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Archery World Cup (Stage 2) 2023
  • Archery World Cup (Stage 2) is taking place in Shanghai, China. India's 19-year-old Prathamesh Jawahar defeated Estonia's Robin Jatma 147-145 in the men's singles compound semi-finals to enter the final, where he met the world's No. 1 player Mike Scholzer of the Netherlands. 
  • The two were tied 119-119 at the end of the first four rounds. Both tied at 20-20 in the first two chances of the fifth and final set. At the last chance, Pratamashe took the lead (10-9). In the end Prathamesh won 149-148 and won the gold. This is the first medal won by him in the World Cup 'Senior' arena. 
  • India's Avneet Kaur lost to Britain's Ella Gibson 144-146 in the women's compound semi-finals. In the next bronze medal match, Avneed faced Turkey's Ibek. Dominating from the start, Avneet won 147-144 and won the bronze medal.
  • In 'Mixed', India's Jyoti Surekha and Ojas Pravin participated in the gold compound category mixed team event. In the final, the Indian pair faced the mighty South Korea. Both teams were tied 117-117 at the end of the first three rounds. Finally, India lead 39-38 in the fourth round. In the end, the Indian team won 156-155 and took the gold. In this series, India won 3 medals namely 2 gold and 1 bronze.
Siddaramaiah sworn in as Karnataka Chief Minister - TK Sivakumar becomes Deputy Chief Minister
  • The Karnataka Legislative Assembly elections were held in a single phase on May 10. Out of the total 224 constituencies, the Congress won 135 seats.
  • Meanwhile, there was competition between former Chief Minister Siddaramaiah, President DK Sivakumar, former Deputy Chief Minister G. Parameshwar and former Minister MP Patil who took over the post of Chief Minister. After 4 days of intense negotiations, the Congress top elected Siddaramaiah as Chief Minister and DK Shivakumar as Deputy Chief Minister.
  • Subsequently, both went to Delhi and held discussions with Congress National President Mallikarjuna Kharge and senior leader Rahul Gandhi. Congress leaders from Karnataka, MPs, Kannada actors Shivraj Kumar, Dunia Vijay and others participated.
  • In the name of God, Siddaramaiah was sworn in as Chief Minister. He was administered the oath of office and secrecy by Governor Davarchand Khelat. Subsequently, DK Shivakumar took oath as Deputy Chief Minister in the name of his Guru Ajjaiah. Later, G. Parameshwar, K. H. Muniyappa, K. J. George, Ramalinga Reddy, M. P. Patil, Priyank Kharge, Satish Jar Kiholi and Jameer Ahmed Khan were sworn in as 8 ministers.
  • In the swearing-in ceremony, Congress National President Mallikarjuna Kharge, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Stalin, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Khelat, Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Bagal, Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soran, Nationalist Congress President Sarath Pawar, Jammu and Kashmir Former Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti, Communist Abdullah, General Secretary T. Raja, General Secretary of the Communist Party of India Sitaram Yechury, former Puducherry Chief Minister Narayanasamy, Vishika President Thirumavalavan, Manima President Kamal Haasan and others participated as special guests.
  • Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah, Deputy Chief Minister DK Sivakumar, Mallikarjuna Kharge, Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka were gifted a swan painting by Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Stalin wearing a shawl.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the bust of Mahatma Gandhi in Japan
  • The 'G-7' conference began in Hiroshima, Japan, an East Asian country. The leaders of its member countries France, Germany, Italy, Britain, Canada, Japan and the United States have participated in this three-day meeting. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has visited Japan as a special invitation to India in this conference. 
  • As a part of the program, Prime Minister Modi unveiled a bust of Mahatma Gandhi yesterday in the Hiroshima city where the atomic bomb was dropped during the First World War. Then, he offered floral tributes to Gandhi's statue. Speaking at that time, he said, "This statue installed here, the Prime Minister is taking the world to the path of peace."
Union Home Minister Amit Shah laid foundation stone for NACP permanent campus
  • Union Home Minister and Cooperatives Minister Mr. Amit Shah in Dwarka, Gujarat, Rs. He laid the foundation stone for the permanent campus of the National Coast Guard (NACP) at a cost of Rs 470 crore. Union Home Secretary, Director General of Border Security Force and many dignitaries attended the event.

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