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Appointment of TY Chandrachud as the new Chief Justice was approved by President Draupadi Murmu

  • YU Lalit, the 49th Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, will retire on November 8. Subsequently, Union Law Minister Kiran Rijiju had written to the Chief Justice to suggest the name of the next Chief Justice.
  • On this, Lalit had recommended the name of his next senior judge, TY Chandrachud, as the new Chief Justice. Union Law Minister Kiran Rijiju said on Twitter that President Draupathi Murmu has appointed Justice TY Chandrachut as the 50th Chief Justice of the country.
  • He also said that President Drabupati Murmu will administer the oath of office to him on November 9. Chandrachud will hold the post till November 10, 2024. It is noteworthy that TY Chandrasood is the son of YV Chandrasood who served as Chief Justice for a long time.
Prime Minister launched 'One Country One Fertilizer' scheme
  • In the 12th installment of the Prime Minister's Kisan Samman scheme, Prime Minister Modi has provided financial assistance of Rs.16,000 crore to small and marginal farmers. The Prime Minister also inaugurated the ``One Country, One Fertilizer'' scheme and 600 help centers for farmers called 'Kisan Samruti Kendra'.
  • The Prime Minister yesterday inaugurated the ``Kisan Samman Sammelan 2022'' conference at the Indian Agricultural Research Institute in Delhi. Over 13,500 farmers and 1,500 agri start-ups participated in the two-day conference.
  • Also, about one crore farmers from across the country participated through video. At the conference, the Prime Minister also inaugurated the Agricultural Exhibition Hall. Subsequently, the Prime Minister launched ``Indian Edge'', an e-magazine on fertilizer. It contains information related to the agricultural sector.
  • The conference was attended by Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar, Union Chemicals and Fertilizers Minister Mansukh Mandaviya.
200 km range electromagnetic cannons successfully tested
  • DRTO has developed small scale electromagnetic guns called 'Electro Magnetic Railgun (EMRG)' for use by three forces of the Army. All warships are equipped with this EMRG to attack the enemy. Its bombs are capable of hitting 4,500 miles per hour.
  • The bombs used in this project attack at high speed using lasers and kinetic energy. DRDO, which has manufactured EMRG cannons, has now successfully tested them with 12 mm shells.
  • These bombs are capable of hitting targets at a distance of about 200 km at high speeds. Next, DRDO will test using 30 mm shells. With a capacity of 10 megajoules, the EMRG cannons developed by DRDO are capable of firing one kilogram projectile at a velocity of 2,000 meters per second.
  • Its projectiles, powered by electromagnetic energy, travel at several times the speed of sound. These EMRG cannons have been manufactured and successfully tested at the Ordnance Research and Development Institute, Pune, Maharashtra.

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