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Unathkat's hat-trick in the first over in the Ranji Trophy

  • The Delhi team batted first in this match which started yesterday at Rajkot. Saurashtra fast bowler Jayadev Unadgad bowled the first over of the match and dismissed Dhruv Shorey (0), Vaibhav Rawal (0) and Yash Dul (0) in the 3rd, 4th and 5th balls respectively.
  • With this, Jayadev Unathgat created the historic record of becoming the first player to take a hat-trick of wickets in the first over of the game in the 88-year history of Ranji Cup cricket.
  • Earlier, Karnataka's Vinay Kumar had achieved this feat in two overs against Mumbai in the 2017-18 Ranji Trophy season. He took wickets in the last ball of the first over and then in the first two balls of the 3rd over to take a hat-trick.
Full right for theaters to ban outside food - Supreme Court order
  • People coming to theaters are not allowed to take outside food. Due to this, there is a compulsion to buy the food items sold there. The price of goods sold in theaters is double. Even carrying water is not allowed in many places. This is a chronic problem.
  • In this case, the Jammu and Kashmir High Court, which heard the case filed in this regard, ordered that food and water should not be banned inside the theatres.
  • The appeal filed by the Theater Owners Association against this was heard in the Supreme Court by Chief Justice DY Chandrachud and Justice PS Narasimha.
  • In the order issued by Chief Justice DY Chandrachud, who heard the arguments of all sides, the theater owners have full right to make rules and conditions regarding bringing food items inside the theatre.
  • At the same time, moviegoers have a personal right not to eat them. Theaters should not object when parents take food to children. It is a commercial decision of the theater owners not to bring outside food items into the theatre. It cannot be interfered with. So movie goers should follow the theater rules.
  • At the same time, quality and hygienic drinking water should be provided in theaters free of charge. He ordered that theaters should not raise objections when parents take food to children and dismissed the appeal and closed the case.
Tamil Nadu selection of vehicles to participate in the Republic Day parade in Delhi
  • Every year on the occasion of Republic Day, a parade is held in the capital Delhi. It will feature decorative vehicles from various states. These are meant to reflect the pride and heritage of the respective states.
  • Earlier, the Union Government will choose which floats will be featured in the Republic Day parade.
  • The work of selecting which decorative vehicles should be featured in the parade to be held on the 26th in Delhi was going on in full swing. Tamilnadu government's decorative vehicle has been selected in it.
  • On behalf of Tamil Nadu, the Tamil Nadu government had presented 3 models including women achievers. Earlier, 7 stages of exams were held to participate in this parade. In this, 16 states and union territories including Tamil Nadu have been selected to participate in the Republic Day parade in Delhi.
  • Accordingly, states including Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Gujarat, Ariana, Jammu and Kashmir, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Tripura, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, West Bengal and Ladakh have been selected.
Total coal production in the country to increase to 607.97 million tonnes in April-December 2022 with a growth of 16.39%
  • The country's total coal production increased to 607.97 million tonnes during April-December 2022. This is 16.39% higher than the 522.34 million tonnes of the same period in FY22. Coal of India produced 479.05 million tonnes of coal in FY23, an increase of 15.82% compared to 413.63 million tonnes of coal produced in FY22.
  • Own coal mines and other companies produced 81.70 million tonnes of coal during April-December 2022, an increase of 31.38% over the 62.19 million tonnes produced in FY22, as the Ministry of Coal facilitated the sale of surplus coal in the market by leveraging the coal efficiency of its own coal packages. .
  • The Ministry of Coal has amended the Mineral Concession Rules 1960 under the Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) Amendment Act 2021 with a view to allowing the lessee of an own mine to sell up to 50% of the total coal/lignite produced in a financial year.
  • The Ministry is taking steps to connect all major mines by rail under the Prime Minister's Rapid Power Scheme. As a result, the total volume of coal transported to various sectors across the country during April-December 2022 was recorded at 637.51 million tonnes. This is 7.28% higher than the 594.22 million tonnes recorded in the same period of FY22.

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