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Vice President of India greets the nation on the eve of Buddha Purnima

The Vice President, M. Venkaiah Naidu has greeted the people on the eve of Buddha Purnima. Following is the full text of his message –

“I extend my warm greetings and good wishes to the people of our country and beyond on the auspicious occasion of ‘Buddha Purnima’.

One of the most illustrious spiritual leaders of the world, Lord Buddha preached the most profound truths. His teachings were aimed at finding the root cause of our sorrows and liberating the sentient beings from suffering.

Undoubtedly, Bhagwan Buddha and his ‘Dhamma’ are an eternal source of light, guiding us on the path of morality, contentment and happiness.

On this happy occasion, let us commit ourselves to follow the principles of universal love, compassion and equality as shown by Lord Buddha – ‘The Enlightened One’.”

Rajiv Kumar assumes charge as the 25th CEC of India

Rajiv Kumar today assumed charge as the 25th Chief Election Commissioner of India at Election Commission of India, Nirvachan Sadan, New Delhi in pursuance of the Ministry of Law & Justice, Government of India’s Gazette Notification dated May 12, 2022.

International Museum Day2022 at the National Museum, New Delhi, from16th-20th May 2022

On the occasion of the International Museum Day 2022, the National Museum is offering a mixed bag of online and offline activities and events, designed for both young and adults, during the five days.

The exciting line-up of activities includes the Teachers’ Training Workshop in collaboration with CCRT, Dwarka;  Mata Sundari College, Delhi and the Indian Culture portal. This would be followed by a one-day Museum Educators’ meet which would see the participation of various central and state government museums across Delhi. The Museum is collaborating with the Heritage Lab, Flow India, Access for All and ‘Heritage for the Educators’ meet. The Educators’ Meet is NM’s pilot initiative, which has been conceptualized in an attempt at bringing government museum educators together on one platform to share and discuss opportunities, challenges and achievable solutions.

Prime Minister will participate in the “Shilanyas” ceremony for the construction of a unique centre for Buddhist Culture and Heritage in Lumbini on the occasion of Vaishakha Buddha Purnima tomorrow

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will participate in the “Shilanyas” ceremony for the construction of a unique centre for Buddhist Culture and Heritage within the Lumbini Monastic Zone during his official visit to Lumbini on 16 May 2022 on the occasion of VaishakhaBuddha Purnima.

At Lumbini, Prime Minister will visit the sacred Mayadevi temple to offer prayers. Prime Minister will also deliver an address at a Buddha Jayanti event organized by the Lumbini Development Trust under the aegis of the Government of Nepal.

The survey was conducted in Gyanvapi Mosque amidst heavy security

The video graphics survey at the Gyanvapi mosque complex in Varanasi continued on Sunday amid heavy security.

Manik Saha was sworn in as new Chief Minister of Tripura

A day after Biplab Kumar Deb resigned as Tripura Chief Minister, BJP state president Manik Saha took oath as the 12th Chief Minister of Tripura.

Nidhi Chhibber became the new chairperson of CBSE

The Central Government has appointed senior IAS officer Nidhi Chhibber as CBSE Chairperson. Lakhs of students are getting education through the CBSE board in almost all the states of the country. The total number of these students is more than any other existing board. At the same time, the board examinations of classes 10th and 12th conducted by CBSE are also taken at the national level.

EVM issue raised in Congress ‘Chintan Shivir’

The demand for elections on the ballot paper was proposed during the ongoing Congress ‘Chintan Shivir’ in Udaipur, but the subgroup turned it down and said it was the concern of all parties and would be decided in an all-party meeting.

Venkaiah Naidu congratulates on ‘International Family Day

Vice President of India ‘M. Venkaiah Naidu extended many greetings to the people on ‘International Family Day’ on Sunday.

Venkaiah Naidu tweeted, ” My warm greetings on International Day of Families.

Families are the essential building blocks of a healthy and value-based society. Our age old Indian family system has preserved our social and cultural values over millennia. #InternationalDayOfFamilies #FamilyDay2022

On this day let us resolve to strengthen our family system for the benefit of our future generations. #InternationalDayOfFamilies #FamilyDay2022 “

Meteorological Department warns of heavy rain in Kerala, Lakshadweep

The India Meteorological Department (IMD), in a letter to the Chief Secretary of Kerala and the Administrator of the Union Territory of Lakshadweep, on Saturday warned of heavy to very heavy rainfall in Kerala and Lakshadweep during the next four days.

India beat Indonesia 3-0 to win the first Thomas Cup

The Indian badminton team scripted history on Sunday to clinch their maiden Thomas Cup title by defeating Indonesia 3-0 in the final.

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