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Pakistan's Abdul Rehman Maki declared international terrorist

  • Last year, India urged the UN to declare Abdul Rahman Maki, the relative of Hafiz Saeed, the mastermind of the Mumbai attacks and the head of the Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist organization operating in our neighboring country Pakistan, as an international criminal.
  • However, India and the US declared Abdul Rahman Maki a terrorist under their domestic laws last year. In this context, the UN Security Council passed a resolution banning Lashkar-e-Taiba and IS, terrorist organizations and their associated groups and organizations.
  • Based on this, the UN Security Council declared Abdul Rahman Maki as an international terrorist.
Pankaj appointed as Deputy National Security Adviser
  • Former Director of Border Security Force (BSF) Pankaj Kumar Singh has been appointed as Deputy National Security Adviser. It is reported that Singh, who completed IPS in Rajasthan in 1988, will continue in this post for 2 years. 
  • BSF on last August 31, 2021. He took office as a director and retired on December 31 last year. He is currently appointed as Deputy National Security Adviser of the country. His father Prakash Singh served as Director of BSF from June 1993 to January 1994.
Global economic growth to slow to 1.7 percent in 2023 - World Bank forecast
  • According to a report issued by the World Bank, the world economic growth has reached its lowest level for the third time in the last 30 years.
  • The global economy is growing slowly due to various reasons including high inflation, interest rate hike, lack of investment, Russia-Ukraine war. 2023-2024 global economic growth will be 1.7 and 2.7 percent respectively. This is stated by the World Bank.
Union Ministry of Coal has given permission to extract coal from three coal mines
  • The Union Ministry of Coal has approved three more coal mines to produce commercial coal. Additional Secretary of the Department, Mr. Nagaraju issued orders for this. Noting that this has ensured the contribution of the private sector in energy security, he has requested them to use their full capacity for the development of coal mines.
  • The cumulative production of these three coal mines is 3.7 million tonnes per annum and the geological reserve is 156.57 metric tonnes. These coal mines are expected to generate an annual income of Rs 408 crore and attract capital investment worth Rs 550 crore.
  • Also, the Ministry of Coal has said that employment will be created for five thousand people through these three mines. Currently 3 mines have been sanctioned taking the number of mines sanctioned so far to 48.

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