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74th Republic Day Celebration - President unfurls the National Flag

  • The country's 74th Republic Day celebrations were celebrated with grandeur in the capital city of Delhi. On this occasion, Prime Minister Modi paid his respects by placing a wreath at the war memorial in Delhi. 
  • Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi was invited to attend the ceremony as a special guest. He was escorted from the President's House to the military parade route by President Draupathi Murmu in his vehicle flanked by cavalrymen. This will be the first Republic Day function that Drarubathi Murmu will attend after assuming office as the President.
  • Both were welcomed by Prime Minister Modi, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh and the three army chiefs and escorted to the ceremony stage. Later, President Drabupati Murmu unfurled the national flag. Then 21 cannon shots were fired and the national anthem was played.
  • Later, Commander Lieut. The military parade started under the leadership of General Diraj Seth. Army vehicles carrying indigenous Akash missiles and Arjun artillery vehicles were paraded along the line of duty by the security forces. As the first team, 144 Egyptian soldiers marched under the leadership of Colonel Mahmoud Mohamed Abdel Fattah El Qarasawi. This is the first time that the Egyptian Army unit is participating in the Indian Republic Day parade. Vice President Jagdeep Dhankar and others participated in the function.
  • Decorated vehicles representing the cultures of 17 States and Union Territories and 6 decorated vehicles of Central Government Departments participated in the parade.
  • In the decorative vehicle of the Tamil Nadu government, the Tanjore Big Temple Gopuram was designed with intricate carvings. The Tamil Nadu Urthi was designed to represent the strength of women in education, knowledge, arts, war and agriculture. On the facade, he looked majestic. 
  • Statues of M.S. Subbulakshmi, Bharatanatyam artist Thanjavur Pala Saraswathi, Muvalur Ramamirtham Ammaiyar, first woman doctor Muthulakshmi, 107-year-old old woman farmer Pappammal were also present in the music hall. On the front of the chariot, Velu Nachiyar, riding on a horse, was realistically designed to celebrate the bravery of Tamil women.
  • As the finale of the parade, Air Force fighter jets performed stunts and enthralled the audience. 45 aircraft of the Indian Air Force participated in the parade.
Tamil Nadu Governor Kolakalam unfurled the national flag on Republic Day in Chennai
  • For the first time this year, the Republic Day celebration was held at the Laborer's Statue area at Chennai Marina Beach. This time the venue was changed due to metro rail works going on in the Gandhi statue area where the function is usually held.
  • At 7.50 am Chief Minister M.K.Stalin and at 7.52 am Governor RN Ravi arrived there. Chief Secretary V. Irayanbu introduced the officers of the three armed forces and the police department to the governor. Governor RN Ravi hoisted the national flag at 8 am.
  • Flowers were showered from an Air Force helicopter. Following are Army, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, Ex-Servicemen, Central Reserve Police, Central Industrial Security Division, Railway Police, Tamil Nadu Special Police Force, Disaster Relief Force, Coast Guard, Tamil Nadu Commando Force, Nilgiri Force, Cavalry, Governor RN Ravi accepted the parade honors from Forest, Jail, Fire Departments, Home Guard, National Student Corps, National Welfare Scheme, Tamil Nadu Road Safety, Sculptor Corps and various school teams. Bands and vehicles of Navy, Air Force and Coast Guard also took part in the parade.
  • Chief Minister M.K.Stalin came to the parade stage and honored 5 people for their bravery by giving Anna Medals. Anna Padak, check of Rs.1 lakh and certificates were given to 5 people namely Saravanan, head constable of Chennai Nadalgarai, Vellore nurse Jayakumar Ponnarasu, Thiruchendur Punnakayal Anthonysamy, Krishnan from Nagercoil and Selvam from Tanjore district. Kota Ameer Religious Harmony Medal was awarded to Inayatullah from South Ukkadam Kottamedu area of Coimbatore district. He was presented with a check for Rs.25 thousand, a medal and a certificate.
  • Chief Minister M.K.Stalin presented a check of Rs.5 lakh and a medal to Vasantha of Pudukottai Alavayal village for using advanced paddy cultivation technology. Gandhidiadi to 5 persons who have worked admirably in the fight against counterfeiting: Chennai Central Intelligence Unit Inspector Priyadarshini, Pattukottai Liquor Enforcement Unit Inspector Jayamohan, Salem Central Intelligence Unit Sub-Inspector Sahadeva, Villupuram Central Intelligence Unit Sub-Inspector Inayat Pasha, Chengalpattu District Balur Police Station Head Constable Sivanesan. Chief Minister M. K. Stalin presented the police medal.
  • The first prize for best police stations was awarded to Tirupur North Police Station. Chief Minister M. K. Stalin presented the trophy to Inspector Udayakumar. The 2nd prize went to Trichy Fort Police Station Inspector Dayalan. 3rd Prize went to Dindigul Police Station. 
  • All the awardees took a group photo with Chief Minister M.K.Stalin. Following this, a dance and song program was held by the school students. After this, rural art programs took place. Following this, 22 decorated chariots representing the achievements of the Tamil Nadu government were paraded.
  • The first decorated car was a car decorated with the name 'Long Live Tamil Nadu' of the Public Relations Department. Bharata dance artists danced to the music of Nataswara Mangala. The 2nd vehicle was the vehicle carrying the Artist Centenary Memorial Library. 
  • The 3rd vehicle was a decorated police vehicle depicting 'Drug free Tamilnadu'. It telecasted Chief Minister M.K.Stalin's speech to create a drug-free Tamil country with the words 'Muthuvel Karunanidhi Stalin enum naan'.
  • The 4th car was the decorated car of Minister Udayanidhi Stalin, Department of Youth Welfare and Sports Development. In the vehicle, scenes depicting the creation of a mini stadium and a chess olympiad match were placed in all blocks.
The central minister introduced nasal anti-corona virus vaccine
  • The Bharat Biotech company has produced Covaxin vaccine to prevent the spread of corona virus and it is being administered as a vaccine to people across the country. Bharat Biotech has also developed a nasal vaccine instead of an injection. In September last year, the central government had given emergency permission to administer the drug to people above the age of 18.
  • In this context, Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya launched the nasal anti-coronavirus drug "Incovac" in Delhi on the occasion of Republic Day. He also said that this medicine will be given to people above 18 years of age.

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