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Discovery of 10th century inscription at Vallimalai

  • Vallimalai next to Gadpadi in Vellore district AD. Based on information that two inscriptions of the 10th century Iratirakooda king Krishnan Kannaradevan III were found in disrepair, the archeology department and the revenue department conducted a survey in the area.
  • Then two ruined inscriptions were found near the Vallimala temple. In those inscriptions, a.d. Krishna III of the 10th century mentioned the victory of the Ratirakooda king Kannaradeva.
  • These inscriptions mention the same message in Tamil and Kannada. These tombstones were eventually buried in the soil and damaged by vines. These inscriptions are kept in the Vellore Museum for public viewing.
  • It is also said that these inscriptions were found near the Vallimalai Itumban temple in 2011 and were left near the Murugan shrine by the then archeology department officials for their protection.
First set of citizenship certificates after promulgation of Citizenship (Amendment) Rules, 2024
  • The first set of citizenship certificates has been issued after the promulgation of the Citizenship (Amendment) Rules, 2024. Union Home Secretary Mr. Ajay Kumar Bhalla today issued citizenship certificates to some applicants in New Delhi.
  • Congratulating the applicants, the Home Secretary highlighted the salient features of the Citizenship (Amendment) Rules, 2024.
  • The Central Government notified the Citizenship (Amendment) Rules, 2024 on 11 March 2024. Consequently, applications were received from Hindu, Sikh, Jain, Buddhist, Parsi and Christian communities who came to India from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan till 31.12.2014 due to religious persecution or fear thereof.
  • An empowered committee headed by the Director of Census Operations, Delhi decided to grant citizenship to 14 applicants after due consideration. 
  • Based on this, the Director of Census Operations Division allowed the issuance of certificates to these applicants.
E-finance Corporation announces financial performance for 2023-24, records highest profit for the year
  • E-Finance Corporation announced its financial performance for the financial year 2023-24 at an event held in Mumbai today (15.5.2024).
  • E-finance Group posted the highest annual profit after tax with a 25% increase. That is, while it was Rs.21,179 crore in the financial year 2023, it was Rs.26,461 crore in the financial year 2024.
  • E-Financial Corporation Group's total balance sheet for FY 2024 has crossed Rs 10 lakh crore and continues to be the largest non-banking financial group in the country. The current balance is Rs.10.39 lakh crore.
  • Consolidated debt assets increased by 16% from Rs.8,57,500 crore as on 31.03.2023 to Rs.9,90,824 crore as on 31.03.2024. Consolidated net worth (including non-controlling interest) increased by 20%. 1,11,981 crore as on 31.03.2023. It stands at Rs.1,34,289 crore as on 31.03.2024.
Federation Cup Javelin - Gold for Neeraj Chopra
  • India's Neeraj Chopra wins gold in javelin at the Federation Cup Athletics Championships in Odisha. The javelin final was held on Wednesday. In it, he reached 82.27 meters and won the first place.
  • Earlier, Tamil Nadu's Rosie Meena Balraj won the gold medal in the women's pole vault at the Federation Cup Athletics Championships in Odisha by clearing 4.05m.
  • Another Tamilian Paranika Ilangovan won silver with 4 meters while Kerala's Maria Jayson won bronze with 3.90 meters.
b>3rd session of India-Zimbabwe Joint Trade Group
  • The 3rd session of the India-Zimbabwe Joint Trade Group was held in New Delhi from 13.05.2024 to 14.05.2024. Mrs. Priya P., Economic Adviser, Department of Commerce, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Union Government.
  • Director General of Economic Cooperation, International Trade and Migration, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Trade of the Republic of Zimbabwe, Mrs Ruto M Faranisi, chaired the event.
  • It was attended by Zimbabwean Chargé d'Affaires Peter Hopwani and more than 15 representatives from relevant Zimbabwean ministries.
  • These discussions were held in a smooth and friendly atmosphere. The focus was on greater cooperation, resolving outstanding issues, promoting trade and investment, and increasing people-to-people contacts.
  • Both sides reviewed the trade situation between the two countries. They also mentioned various opportunities. Both sides agreed to make concerted efforts to promote bilateral trade.
  • Both sides agreed to explore signing MoUs for regulatory cooperation in various fields including digital transformation solutions, telemedicine, rough diamonds, fast payment system and traditional medicine.

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