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MoU signed between Tamil Nadu Government and Hyundai in the presence of Chief Minister
  • Hyundai is going to invest Rs.20 thousand crores in Tamil Nadu. The MoU signing ceremony was held at a private star hotel in Raja Annamalaipuram, Chennai. The Memorandum of Understanding was exchanged in the presence of Chief Minister M. K. Stalin by Ve Vishnu, Chief Executive Officer of Tamil Nadu Government and Hyundai Company (India) Chief Executive Officer Unsoo Kim.
  • Labor Welfare Minister CV Ganesan, Industries Secretary S. Krishnan, Hyundai Corporate Affairs Executive Director DS Kim, Finance Division Vice President D. Saravanan, Corporate Affairs Co-President Puneeth Anand and others are present in this event.
  • Through the memorandum of understanding between the Tamil Nadu government and Hyundai, the factory will produce 1.78 lakh batteries per year, the construction of 100 electric vehicle charging stations on the highways in the next 5 years, the production capacity of the factory in Sriperumbudur will be increased to 8.50 lakh vehicles, and the production of electric vehicles has been carried out.
Tamil Nadu cabinet change for the 3rd time
  • After 2 years of DMK rule in Tamil Nadu, the Cabinet has been reshuffled for the 3rd time. Sam Nassar, who was the dairy minister, was removed and replaced by Mannargudi MLA and DMK treasurer DR Balu's son TRB Raja in the cabinet. The announcement was made on the 9th.
  • Governor RN Ravi administered the oath of office to TRP Raja as the new Minister in a program held at the Governor's House, Chennai. Sam Nassar, who was the Minister of Dairying in the Tamil Nadu Cabinet, was removed and TRP Raja took charge as the new Minister. Consequently, some changes have been made in the responsibilities of the ministers.
  • Accordingly, DRP Raja, who has assumed responsibility as the new minister, has been assigned the industrial sector which was looked after by Minister Thangam.
  • Departments like Finance, Project and Human Resource Management, Pension and Retirement Benefits, Statistics, which were looked after by PDR Palanivel Thiagarajan, have been given gold to the Southern government. The Department of Archeology, where he was already present, has also been given an addition.
  • Minister Thangam Southern Government's Tamil development and official language department of Tamil have been handed over to Information Minister MU P Saminathan.
  • The Information Technology Department, which was looked after by Minister T. Mano Thangaraj, has been given to BDR Palanivel Thiagarajan and the Dairy Department, which was looked after by Nasser, has been given to Mano Thangaraj.
Rs 30,000 crore loan to SHGs - MoU with State Bank of India
  • Under the guidance of the Tamil Nadu State Rural Livelihood Movement, a subsidiary organization of the Tamil Nadu Women's Development Corporation for the Advancement of Women, self-help groups have been formed in all parts of the state and are functioning well.
  • In order to strengthen the economic self-reliance of the groups, a lot of credit assistance including bank credit links is being provided.
  • In this case, the financial report of the Tamil Nadu government for the year 2023-24 announced that Rs. 30 thousand crore bank loan will be given to self-help groups. To implement this, the Tamil Nadu State Rural Livelihoods Movement is taking appropriate steps to achieve the target of providing bank credit links to self-help groups and to provide quick bank credit links to self-help groups.
  • As part of this, a memorandum of understanding was signed yesterday between Tamil Nadu State Rural Livelihoods Movement and State Bank of India at Mother Teresa Women's Campus Conference Hall, Nungambakkam, Chennai. It was signed by S. Divyadarsini, Managing Director of Tamil Nadu Women's Development Corporation and Niraj Panda, General Manager of Vatta Bharat State Bank, Chennai.
Supreme Court's Constitution bench ruling that the Government is more powerful than the Governor of Delhi
  • Law and order in the Union Territory of Delhi is under the control of the Union Home Ministry. Delhi is currently ruled by the Aam Aadmi Party led by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. There were frequent conflicts between the government and the Lieutenant Governor of Delhi regarding the administration of the state.
  • In this regard, the Aam Aadmi Party filed a case in the Delhi High Court in 2015. The High Court heard this and in 2016 ruled in favor of the Governor. Against this verdict, the AAP government appealed to the Supreme Court.
  • In 2019, a two-judge bench gave a different verdict in the case. One judge ruled in favor of the government and another in favor of the lieutenant governor. Subsequently, the case was transferred to a 3-judge bench. The case was transferred to the Constitutional Bench of the Supreme Court in July last year on the request of the Central Government.
  • According to this, a bench of Chief Justice Chandra Chute, Justices MR Shah, Krishna Murari, Hima Goli and Narasimha heard the case.
  • Meanwhile, the "National Capital Territory of Delhi Government Amendment Act" was passed in Parliament in 2021. According to the new law, it is mandatory for the Delhi government to consult the Lt. Governor in any decision. After this, even the transfer of government officials required the approval of the Lt. Governor.
  • In this context, the Constitutional Bench headed by Chief Justice Chandrachud of the Supreme Court gave its verdict yesterday. It said: There is a difference between Delhi and other Union Territories. Delhi may not have statehood. But, there is legislative power. In a democracy, only the government elected by the people should have power.
  • Apart from matters like public order, police and land, all other powers rest with the elected Delhi government. IAS officers are bound by their respective Ministers.
  • Rather than the Lt. Governor of Delhi, the people's elected government has full power. The Lieutenant Governor should act as per the instructions of the Delhi Government. Thus the Constitutional Court has ruled.
The Prime Minister inaugurated the program to mark the National Technology Day 2023 in New Delhi on May 11
  • Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi inaugurated the program to mark National Technology Day 2023 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi on May 11. The event was organized to coincide with the 25th anniversary of the National Technology Day from May 11 to 14. 
  • On the occasion, he laid the foundation stone for various science and technology development projects worth over Rs.5800 crore and dedicated the completed projects to the country. It is aimed at achieving the Prime Minister's vision of a self-reliant India by strengthening the country's scientific institutions.
  • Laying of foundation stone for Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory India (LIGO-India) at Hingoli, Homibaba Cancer Hospital and Research Center at Jadni, Odisha, Coral Building at Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai.
  • Fission Molybdenum-99 Manufacturing Company in Mumbai, Rare Earth Permanent Magnet Institute in Visakhapatnam, National Hadron Beam Therapy and Radiology Research Unit in Navi Mumbai, Women and Children Cancer Hospital building in Navi Mumbai, Homi Baba Cancer Hospital and Research Center in Visakhapatnam will be dedicated to the country.
  • During the event, the Prime Minister inaugurated an exhibition on the development of science and technology in India. He also issued a commemorative stamp and coin.
The Indian Council of Medical Research and the Ministry of AYUSH signed an MoU for collaborative research in the field of integrative medicine
  • With a view to strengthening the country's health infrastructure and highlighting traditional medicine, an agreement was signed today between the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) under the Union Ministry of Health and the Ministry of AYUSH for joint research in the field of integrated medicine. 
  • In the presence of Union Health and Family Welfare Minister Dr. Mansukh Mandaviya, Union AYUSH Minister Mr. Sarbananda Sonowal, Union Minister of State Dr. Bharati Pravin Pawar, NITI Aayog Member Dr. VK Pal, Union AYUSH Ministry Secretary Vaidya Shri Rajesh Kotecha and ICMR Secretary Dr. Rajeev Pal. They signed this agreement.
  • The agreement envisages exploring the possibility of collaboration between the Ministry of AYUSH and ICMR in public health research initiatives to treat diseases of national importance. As part of this agreement, a committee will be formed between the Ministry of AYUSH and ICMR. 
  • The committee should meet once in a quarter to formulate research plans and implement them. It is also planned to hold conferences, workshops and seminars with the participation of researchers interested in integrative medicine

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