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In Rajasthan's Bikaner Rs. Prime Minister Narendra Modi laid the foundation stone for development projects worth Rs 24,300 crore and dedicated the completed projects to the country
  • In Bikaner, Rajasthan, Rs. Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi today (08-07-2023) laid the foundation stone for development projects worth 24,300 crores and dedicated them to the country. 
  • Projects dedicated include six-lane green expressway section of Amritsar-Jamnagar Economic Corridor at a cost of Rs 11,125 crore, first phase of inter-state transmission line on Green Energy Corridor worth around Rs 10,950 crore, Bikaner to Bhiwadi transmission line to create power grid at a cost of around Rs 1,340 crore. 
  • New 30-bed ESIC Hospital in Bikaner, renovation of Bikaner railway station at a cost of around Rs.450 crore, construction of double track on 43 km long Churu-Rathankar section by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi He laid the foundation stone.
In Warangal, Telangana, about Rs. Prime Minister laid foundation stone for infrastructure development projects worth 6,100 crores
  • Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi today laid the foundation stone of several major infrastructure development projects worth around Rs 6,100 crore in Telangana State in Warangal. 
  • 176 km national highway projects worth Rs 5,550 crore and a railway manufacturing unit at Kasipettai will be developed at a cost of Rs 500 crore. The Prime Minister also performed darshan and pooja at Bhadrakali temple.
  • The Prime Minister laid the foundation stone for the 176-km national highway projects worth Rs 5,550 crore. The projects include the 108 km Manjerial - Warangal section on the Nagpur - Vijayawada route. 
  • He also laid the foundation stone for upgrading the 68 km long Karimnagar-Warangal section from existing two-lane to four-lane system, which will reduce the distance between Manjerial and Warangal by about 34 km, thereby reducing travel time. It will help improve connectivity to Hyderabad-Warangal Industrial Corridor, Kakatiya Mega Textile Park, Warangal Special Economic Zone.
  • The Prime Minister laid the foundation stone for the Railway Manufacturing Unit at Kasipettai. Set up at a cost of Rs 500 crore, the state-of-the-art manufacturing unit will enhance rolling stock production capacity. 
  • It will be equipped with latest technological standards and facilities like robotic painting of wagons, state-of-the-art machinery and a plant with modern material storage and handling. This will help in local employment generation and development of sub-units in nearby areas.
Chief Minister Stalin inaugurated the Agribusiness Festival in Tamil Nadu
  • Chief Minister M.K.Stalin inaugurated the 2-day agribusiness festival at the Chennai Trade Center in Nantambakkam, Chennai. Here in 86 halls the products of 188 farmer producer companies and in 90 halls the exhibitions related to various departments and organizations related to agriculture have been set up.
  • Small grains, traditional rice varieties, pulses, oilseeds, value added snacks in small grains etc. are kept for public viewing. Seminars are also held with industry experts to create awareness about agriculture and agribusiness. A buyer-seller meeting will also be held.
  • Earlier, the Chief Minister presented awards to agricultural producers who excel in trade and farmers who excel in exports.
  • Agriculture Minister MRK Panneerselvam, Law Minister S. Raghupathi, Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Minister Thamo Anparasan, Legislative Council member S. Sudharsanam, Agriculture Secretary C. Samayamurthy and others participated in the event.
Netherlands Prime Minister resigns
  • The current biggest problem in European countries is to give shelter to refugees who are migrating. Many people are migrating to European countries from many countries due to war and other reasons. In the four-party ruling coalition, other parties are opposing the move by Prime Minister Mark Rutte. 
  • This coalition government was sworn in last January 2020. Since then, there has been a lot of discussion about cracking down on migrants. In the past few days, there has been intense deliberation, but no consensus has been reached. Subsequently, Rutte announced his resignation and dissolution of the cabinet.
Central Government Agreement with Mongolian Barley
  • A parliamentary delegation led by Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla went on a three-day visit to Mongolia during which he visited a monastery of the Kandan Deksenling sect of Buddhism in Mongolia. Buddhist leaders welcomed him. 
  • At the time, Om Birla spoke about Buddhist relations between India and Mongolia. Om Birla conferred the Buddha Award of the Indian Council for Cultural Relations on Buddhist leader Kamba Nomun Khan for his efforts in spreading Buddhism between the two countries. He paid homage to the statue of Mahatma Gandhi installed there. 
  • An Indian team led by Om Birla participated in Mongolia's Nadham festival. The festival showcases Mongolian martial art, traditional arts, cuisine and culture. 
  • The speaker of the country's parliament, Komboja, who participated in the event, gifted a horse to Om Birla, a Jandanstar. It was named 'Viraat'. Following this, the two countries signed an agreement for the joint functioning of the parliaments of the two countries.

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