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Neeraj Chopra became the first Indian to win a Diamond League title

  • Neeraj Chopra has created history by becoming the first Indian to win a Diamond League meeting title by winning the Lausanne League. In his first attempt, he threw the javelin at a distance of 89.08 meters and achieved a record.
  • With this win, Neeraj Chopra has qualified for the Diamond League finals to be held in Zurich on September 7 and 8. Neeraj Chopra became the first Indian to receive this qualification
  • Neeraj Chopra was at the 4th position with 15 15 points in the ranking list and he got an additional 8 points from yesterday's match. Next to Neeraj Chopra were Tokyo Olympics silver medalist Jakub Watledge with a throw of 85.88m and USA's Curtis Thompson third with a throw of 83.72m.
Linthoi Sanambam made history at the World Judo Championship
  • The World Judo Championships are being held in Sarajevo. India's 15-year-old Lindoy Sanambam from Manipur defeated Bianca Reiss of Brazil to top the women's 57kg final at Arena Hotel Hills. With this he became India's first U18 World Champion in Judo.
Supreme Court Chief Justice Udai Umesh Lalit sworn in as 6th lawyer-turned-judge
  • NV Ramana took over as the 48th Chief Justice of the Supreme Court on April 6, 2021. He retired yesterday. Subsequently, Udai Umesh Lalit was sworn in as the 49th Chief Justice of the Supreme Court in a program held yesterday evening at the President's House. 
  • He was administered the oath of office by President Drarubathi Murmu. On the recommendation of former Chief Justice N.V.Ramana, President Dirupati Murmu appointed U.U.Lalith as the 49th Chief Justice of the Supreme Court on August 10.
  • He has the distinction of being the 2nd person to be directly appointed as a Supreme Court judge from a lawyer, and the second person to hold the post of Chief Justice. Earlier, Justice SM Sikri was the first person to receive such honor. He was sworn in as the 13th Chief Justice of the Supreme Court in 1971.
World Championship Badminton Shadwick-Siraj pair record by winning bronze
  • The Chadwick-Chirac pair battled to take the first set 22-20 in the men's doubles semi-finals of the Badminton World Championships against Malaysia's Aaron Sia-So Wooi Yik. However, Malaysia won the next two sets 21-18, 21-16 and progressed to the finals. The fast-paced contest lasted for 1 hour and 17 minutes.
  • Despite losing the competition, the Indian pair got a bronze medal as they progressed to the semi-finals. With this, the Sadhwik-Chirag combination became the first Indian pair to win a medal in the Badminton Men's Doubles category at the World Championships.
A 608-page report headed by retired Justice Arumugasamy to inquire into the death of late Chief Minister Jayalalithaa given to CM Stalin
  • A commission of inquiry was set up in September 2017 under the chairmanship of retired Justice Arumugasamy to investigate the death of late Chief Minister Jayalalithaa. The commission was directed to submit a report within three months. In this case, the commission could not file a report in the first three months.
  • Thus, Judge Arumugasamy's commission was given 14 consecutive extensions. So far this commission has investigated 158 people. In this case, on Saturday (August 27) at 10:40 in the morning, Justice Arumugasamy prepared the final report of about 608 pages prepared in Tamil and English by Chief Minister M.K. Submitted to Stalin.
Amruth 2.0 Project – Rs 113.74 crore allocation for rehabilitation of 187 water bodies in Tamil Nadu
  • The central government last year approved the implementation of the Atal Movement for Reconstruction and Urban Renewal 2.0 (Amrut 2.0) programme. According to this the project will be implemented till 2025-26.
  • The project will provide water supply and sewerage services to households in urban areas at low cost. An allocation of Rs.2 lakh 77,000 crore has been made for this project. Amruth 2.0 targets to provide piped water connection to 4,378 urban households. It is also planned to carry out 100 percent household waste management in 500 Amrut cities.
  • In this case, funds have been allocated to rehabilitate a total of 690 water bodies in 14 states under the Amruth 2.0 project. Allotment has been made for 30 in Assam, 60 in Chhattisgarh, 38 in Delhi, 123 in Gujarat, 1 in Ladakh, 89 in Madhya Pradesh, 77 in Maharashtra, 17 in Manipur, 16 in Odisha, 3 in Puducherry, 23 in Rajasthan, 1 in Sikkim, 187 in Tamil Nadu and 23 in West Bengal. 

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