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GST collection is Rs 1.47 lakh crore

  • GST collections have been on a steady upward trend for the past few months after the end of the Corona crisis.
  • In this case, in the statement issued by the Union Finance Ministry regarding the GST collection of last September, 'GST collection in the month of September 2022 has reached Rs. 1 lakh 47 thousand 686 crore. This is 26 percent higher than the Rs 1.17 lakh crore collected in September last year.
  • Union GST is Rs.25,271 crore and state GST is Rs.31,813 crore. Consolidated GST is Rs 80,464 crore. Out of this, Rs.41,215 crore has been collected through import of goods. 10,317 crores have been collected as cess tax.
PM Modi launched 5G service in 13 metros
  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the 5G service at Pragati Maidan in Delhi. The Prime Minister also inaugurated the 6th India Mobile Congress. He also visited the IMC exhibition held on the occasion.
Tamil Nadu player sets new national record in pole vault
  • The 36th National Games are being held in Ahmedabad, Gandhi Nagar, Surat, Vadodara, Rajkot, Bhavnagar in the state of Gujarat. In this, Tamil Nadu sportsmen and women showed their great skills and won considerable medals in the athletics competition held at Gandhinagar ground.
  • Tamil Nadu's Rosie Meena won the gold medal in the women's pole vault (pole vault) event by clearing a height of 4.20 meters, setting a new national record.
  • Earlier in 2014, Tamil Nadu player VS Surekha had cleared the height of 4.15 meters which was the national record. The 8-year-old record was broken by 24-year-old Rosi Meena from Chennai. 
  • Tamil Nadu players Pavitra (4m) bagged the silver medal and Paranika (3.90m) bagged the bronze medal.
36th National Games - Day 2
  • The 36th National Games are being held in 6 cities in Gujarat. Haryana's Ramitha and Arshdeep Singh won the gold in the 10m air rifle mixed team final, defeating Madhya Pradesh's Shreya Aggarwal and Aishwari Pratap Singh Tomar by 17-9. 
  • Tamil Nadu's Narmada Nithin and Sri Karthik Sabari Raj won the bronze medal by defeating Punjab's Samik Shah Dhingra and Arjun Babuta 16-12.
  • Uttar Pradesh's Abhishek Paul clocked 16:34.68 seconds to win the men's 5,000m gold medal. Services team's Karthik Kumar (14:08.24) bagged silver and Chavan Parwal (14:10.53) bagged bronze.
  • Uttar Pradesh's Parul Chowdhury won gold in the women's 5,000m race in 16:34.68 seconds. Himachal Pradesh's Seema (16:36.18) bagged silver and Maharashtra's Sanjivani Jadhav (16:39.97) bronze.
  • In men's weightlifting, Subhash Lahre of Services won gold in the 67 kg weight category with a lift of 275 kg (121 154). Andhra's Neelam Raju (270 kg) won the silver medal and Odisha's Sushant Sahu (270 kg) won the bronze medal.
  • Andhra Pradesh's Jyoti Yarraji won gold in the women's 100m race in 11:51 seconds. Tamil Nadu's Archana Saseendran reached the target in 11:55 seconds and bagged the silver medal. Dyandra of Maharashtra clocked 11:62 seconds to clinch the bronze medal.
  • In the men's 100m race, Assam's Amlan Borgohain clocked 10:38 seconds to win the gold. Tamil Nadu's Liritadasan finished the race in 10:44 seconds and bagged the silver medal. Another Tamil Nadu player, Sivakumar (10:48 seconds) bagged the bronze medal.
  • In the men's 400m race, Mohammad Ajmal of Services won gold with a national sports record time of 46.29 seconds. Tamil Nadu's Rajesh Ramesh (46.45 seconds) won silver and Delhi's Amoj Jacob (46.62 seconds) bronze.
  • Tamil Nadu's Jeswin Aldrin won gold in men's long jump with a national sports record of 8.26m. Earlier in 2015, the record was held by Ankit Sharma who cleared 8.04 meters. Sreesankar (7.93) from Kerala bagged the silver medal and Mohammad Aneesh Yahia (7.92) bagged the bronze medal.
  • In the men's shot put, Services team's Tajinder Singh Door won gold with a throw of 20.75m, a National Games record. Punjab's Karanveer Singh (19.17) bagged the silver and Haryana's Inderjeet Singh (18.64) bagged the bronze.
  • In the 4x100m relay, the Tamil Nadu team consisting of Katiravan, Litharadhasan, Jayakumar and Sivakumar won the gold medal by covering the distance in 40.01 seconds. Kerala team (40.45) won the silver medal and Maharashtra team (40.67) won the bronze medal.
  • Tamil Nadu's Rosie Meena Balraj won gold in the women's pole vault with a national sports record of 4.20m. Earlier in 2014, Surekha had cleared the height of 4.15 meters. Other athletes from Tamil Nadu, Pavitha Venkatesh (4.00m) won the silver medal and Paranika Ilangovan (3.90m) won the bronze medal.
  • In the women's 4x100m relay, the Kerala team won gold by reaching the target in 45.52 seconds. Tamil Nadu team (45.54) won the silver medal and Madhya Pradesh (46.03) won the bronze medal.
  • N. Ajith of Tamil Nadu won the gold in men's weightlifting by lifting 315 kg (141 174) in the 73 kg category. West Bengal's Achinda Shuli lifted 295 kg (130 165) and won silver medal while Kerala's Devapreethan lifted 290 kg (125 165) and bronze medal. Tamil Nadu defeated Punjab by 45-38 in saber team category.
Meghalaya Governor Malik retires
  • Satya Pal Malik is the current Governor of Meghalaya, who previously served as the Governor of Jammu and Kashmir and Goa. Governor Satya Pal Malik spoke in support of the farmers who are fighting against the agricultural laws brought by the Union government.
  • Similarly, he criticized various schemes of the Union government, including the Firefighters Scheme, which was controversial. In this case, Satyapal, who has been criticizing the BJP government since being the governor, will retire tomorrow.
  • Following this, President Draupathi Murmu has ordered Arunachal Pradesh Governor PD Mishra to be given the charge of Meghalaya Governor.
Govt approves Rs 1145 crore Ganga river cleaning projects at Madhupit
  • The 45th Committee Meeting of Swachh Ganga National Movement was held in Delhi. Chief Director G. Ashokumar and others participated in this.
  • In this meeting, approval was given for 14 projects worth Rs.1145 crore including cleaning of river Ganga, drainage management, industrial pollution control, river basin development and waste water treatment. It is noteworthy that this information has been released by the Union Ministry of Water Power today.

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