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Training of Lawyers: India, Britain Agreement
  • An agreement has recently been signed for lawyers from India and the European country of Britain to practice in other countries. In this, the Bar Council of India, the Bar Council of Britain and Wales, and the Law Society of Britain and Wales have signed an agreement. 
  • Joined young lawyers can undergo direct training. At the same time, our lawyers cannot argue in the courts there. Similarly, British lawyers can only practice here.
Indigenously Made Submarine Bomb - Successful Test by Indian Navy
  • After the historic event of successfully landing the MH-60 'Romeo' multi-mission helicopter aboard the warship INS Vict, the Indian Navy has achieved yet another unique feat.
  • A fully indigenously developed heavy-duty 'Torpedo' underwater target attack submarine bomb was successfully test-fired on Tuesday. The bomb accurately hit and destroyed the target at the specified distance. This is a significant milestone achievement by the Indian Navy and DRDO (Defense Research and Development Organisation).
Suriname's highest award to President Drarubathi Murmu
  • For the first time, President Draupadi Murmu has gone on a three-day official visit to the South American country of Suriname.
  • Suriname President Chandrika Persad Chandokhi welcomed President Draupadi Murmu who went to Paramaribo, the capital of Suriname, on the 4th by a special flight. President of the country Chandrika Persad Chandokhi honored him with the highest award. 
  • President Drarubathi Murmu said that this award is dedicated to the Indians living in Suriname. Prime Minister Modi congratulated President Draupadi Murmu who received the award.
'UNESCO' Stewardship Award for Gulf of Mannar Conservationist
  • Since 2004, on behalf of the United Nations Educational and Cultural Organization, UNESCO, the award for the best Biosphere Reserve Management has been given annually under the name of 'Michael Patties'. 
  • The award for the current year is given to Bagan Jagthees Sudhakar, the curator of Mannar Gulf of Mannar Biosphere Reserve, Ramanathapuram district. The award will be given to him at a ceremony to be held in Paris on the 14th. India has received this award for the first time. Chief Minister Stalin congratulated him.
India's Economic Growth Prospect - World Bank Report
  • Global economic growth is expected to slow to 2.1 percent in 2023, from 3.1 percent in 2022, according to the World Bank's International Economic Prospects report released on Tuesday. As far as other emerging economies and markets other than China are concerned, it is likely to decline from 4.1 percent last year to 2.9 percent this year. 
  • As far as India is concerned, it is reported that it is likely to decrease by 0.3 percent to 6.3 percent. World Bank Group Chairman Ajay Banga said, 'Poverty can be eradicated and growth spread only by creating employment.
  • But sluggish economic growth will make job creation more difficult. At the same time, the economic growth forecast should not be considered conclusive. He said that by working together, countries can create opportunities. It is noteworthy that Ajay Banka, who is of Indian origin, took over as the President of the World Bank last Friday.
2,000 Primary Agricultural Co-operative Societies allowed to set up affordable population dispensaries across the country
  • The Union Government led by the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has sanctioned 2000 primary agricultural co-operative societies to start affordable public dispensaries across the country. 
  • This decision was taken after a consultation with the Union Minister of Home Affairs, Cooperatives, Mr. Amit Shah and Union Minister of Health, Fertilizers, Mr. Mansukh Mandaviya, held today in New Delhi. According to this, 2,000 primary agricultural cooperative societies across the country will be identified and steps will be taken to open affordable pharmacies.
  • According to this, 1000 affordable pharmacies will be opened by August this year and remaining 1000 affordable pharmacies will be opened across the country by next December. This important decision of the Central Government will not only increase the revenue for the cooperative societies but also lead to the creation of new employment in the rural areas. 
  • Today's consultation meeting was attended by the Secretary of the Ministry of Cooperatives, senior officials of the Chemicals and Fertilizers Department.
  • Currently, more than 9,400 Prime Minister's Affordable Pharmacies are functioning across the country. Of these, 1,800 types of medicines and 285 medical devices are sold. The specialty of these affordable pharmacies is that medicines of famous brands are sold at 50 to 90 percent discount.
  • Individuals with chartered and graduate degrees in pharmacy can apply to start these dispensaries. Also eligible are private institutions, hospitals, charities and trusts that have people with diplomas and degrees in pharmacy. 
  • Owners and renters of minimum 120 square feet of space can apply for this. Especially women entrepreneurs, differently abled, scheduled castes, ex-servicemen can apply under special category. 15,000 per month up to Rs 5 lakh as incentive for affordable pharmacies.

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