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List of highest paying countries in the world

  • CEOWORLD magazine published a list of average net salaries after tax, which revealed the world's highest and lowest salaries in 2022.
  • According to this list, the average monthly net salary in Switzerland, which ranks first, is US$6,142.10. Surprisingly, Singapore ranks second, with an average monthly net salary of US$4,350.79.
  • Singapore is followed by Australia (US$4,218.89), the United States (US$3,721.64) and the United Arab Emirates (US$3,663.27). In contrast, Sri Lanka ranks last with the lowest average monthly net salary. The average monthly net salary there is $143.62, the report said. That is, in Sri Lanka currency Rs. 51716.08 is
  • It is followed by Pakistan at US$163.17 and Nigeria at US$166.33 with the lowest average monthly net salary occupying the next two positions.
Union Minister Dr. Jitendra Singh launches indigenously developed hydrogen fuel bus in Pune
  • Union Minister of State Dr. Jitendra Singh launched India's first hydrogen fuel cell bus developed by KBIT-CSIR in Pune. The bus is designed to run on cheap and accessible clean energy in line with Prime Minister Modi's hydrogen vision.
  • Green hydrogen is an excellent clean energy source. It helps reduce emissions from the refining industry, fertilizer industry, steel industry, cement industry and heavy commercial transport sector.
U-20 World Wrestling: Achievement by Antim Pangal
  • India's Antim Pankal won the gold medal at the Under-20 World Wrestling Championship held in Bulgaria. With this, she created the record of being the first Indian player to win gold in this competition.
  • Antim, who competed in the women's 53 kg category, beat Kazakhstan's Adeline Shakayeva 8-0 in the final round. In other category finals, Priyanka lost 0-8 to Japan's Mahiro Yoshitake in 65 kg category, Sonam Malik lost 0-6 to Japan's Nonoka Osaki in 62 kg category and Priya Malik lost 1-3 to Japan's Ayano Moro in 76 kg category.
  • In the bronze medal round, Rithika beat Tunisia's Zaineb Sakair 4-3 in the 72 kg category, Sidho beat Turkey's Melta Donecki 11-5 in the 57 kg category, and Priyanshi Rajawat beat Mongolia's Mungerel Munkbat 12-4 in the 50 kg category.
  • In this competition, the Indian team finished 2nd with a total of 160 points with 7 medals including 1 gold, 3 silver and 3 bronze. This is also the first time in the history of this tournament that India has made it to the top 3. Japan topped the list with 230 points, followed by the United States with 124 points.
International Para Badminton: 17 medals for India
  • India won 17 medals including 4 gold, 5 silver and 8 bronze in the International Para Badminton Tournament held in Thailand. In the majors, India's Pramod Bhagat/Sukant Kadam team defeated Indonesia's Duogo Duogo/Freddy Setiawan 21-18, 21-13 in the men's doubles SL3-SL4 category final.
  • The duo took silver in the singles finals. Pramod Bhagat lost 13-21, 19-21 to England's Daniel Bethel and Sukanth Kadam lost 2-21, 17-21 to France's Lucas Mazur. In the women's singles SL3 category final, Mandeep Kaur defeated fellow Indian Manisha Ramadoss 20-22, 21-19, 21-14 to win gold.
  • However, the same Manisha Ramadoss defeated Japan's Kede Kameyama 20-22, 21-12, 21-19 in the final round of the SU5 category and won the gold. Apart from this, another Indian Nityashree Sumathi Sivan defeated England's Rachel Chung 21-9, 24-22 in the SH6 category final.
  • In the women's doubles SL3-SU5 final, the Indian pair of Manasi/Sandhya Viswanathan lost the gold to Thailand's Nipada Sensuba/Sanita Srinavakul 20-22, 19-21 to take the silver.

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