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The killing of BSF jawans in Congo could be a war crime: UNSC

The killing of two Border Security Force (BSF) personnel involved in UN peacekeeping operations in the Democratic Republic of the Congo may be a war crime. The UN Security Council made the announcement, backing a claim by the acting head of mission there, who also said the world body would leave no stone unturned to find those responsible for the killings.

Three more opposition MPs were suspended in Rajya Sabha for a week

Three more members of Rajya Sabha were today suspended for a week for disrupting the proceedings of the House and blatant disregard for the Chairman.

NIA raids in six districts of Bihar

The National Investigation Agency has conducted several raids in six districts of Bihar in connection with the Popular Front of India (PFI).

Vice President stresses the need to increase awareness about Hepatitis among the public and policymakers

Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu stressed the need to increase awareness about hepatitis among the public and policymakers. He expressed the desire that policymakers and public representatives should spread the message of hepatitis prevention to the people in their respective constituencies at all levels.

In his keynote address in the awareness session organized on the occasion of World Hepatitis Day for Members of Parliament at Parliament House today, the Vice President called for making the campaign to end Hepatitis by 2030 a ‘Jan Andolan’ on the lines of Swachh Bharat Abhiyan and TB Free India Campaign. called upon.

Campaign for Survival and Dignity (CSD) Odisha demands the withdrawal of the Forest (Conservation) Rules, 2022 

CSD Odisha, a coalition of Adivasis and forest dwellers’ organisations, has sent a memorandum to the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change raising serious concerns over Forest (Conservation) Rules, 2022, notified by the Centre on June 29. Contending that recent amendments and a host of executive orders/guidelines issued by the ministry undermine and dilute the FRA and threaten the rights of Adivasis and forest dwellers, CSD demands that the 2022 FC Rules should be rescinded forthwith. Demanding withdrawal of such anti-people and anti-environment rules CSD will organise a protest in front of the State Assembly on 28th July and submit memorandums to the Governor and C.M of Odisha.

PM inaugurates and lays the foundation stone of several projects worth over Rs 1,000 crore at Sabar Dairy in Sabarkantha

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today inaugurated and laid foundation stones for several projects worth over Rs 1,000 crore at Sabar Dairy near Gadhoda Chowki in Sabarkantha, Gujarat. These projects will empower local farmers and milk producers and increase their income. This will also boost the rural economy of the region.

The Prime Minister felicitated the beneficiaries of Sukanya Samriddhi Yojana and the top women milk producers. The Chief Minister of Gujarat, Shri Bhupendrabhai Patel was present on the occasion.

Uzbekistan and India agreed to increase cooperation in the field of agriculture

A fruitful discussion was held between the Deputy Prime Minister of Uzbekistan Jamshid Khodjav and the Union Minister of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare Narendra Singh Tomar in a meeting held in New Delhi today. During this, it was agreed to take forward the ongoing cooperation in the agricultural sector between the two countries.

India set a target of creating a bio-economy of USD 300 billion by 2030

Union Minister of State for Science and Technology (Independent Charge), Minister of State (Independent Charge) of Earth Sciences, Prime Minister’s Office, Minister of State for Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions and Minister of State, Department of Atomic Energy and Space, Dr Jitendra Singh has said that by 2030 By the year India aims to become a bio-economy of US$ 300 billion.

In a written reply to a question in Rajya Sabha today, he said that India has made sustainable development in the field of bio-economy, the total size of the bio-economy was US$ 44 billion in 2019, which has increased to US$ 80.1 billion in 2021.

ICMR invites EoI to develop a monkeypox vaccine, diagnostic kit

The Indian Council of Medical Research has invited Expression of Interest in the development of the monkeypox vaccine and diagnostic kit.

Chhattisgarh is the first state in the country to buy cow urine

In order to strengthen the rural economy and to provide employment, where cow dung is being procured in Chhattisgarh, now the purchase of cow urine at the rate of Rs 4 a litre has also started. Chhattisgarh has become the first state in the country where the purchase of cow urine has started.

Partha Chatterjee removed from the post of minister

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee removed Partha Chatterjee, who was arrested in connection with the multi-crore West Bengal School Service Commission (WBSSC), from her three ministerial posts.

Curfew, internet ban imposed in Hanumangarh, Rajasthan

Curfew has been imposed in Rajasthan’s Hanumangarh and internet services suspended after villagers demanding action against suspected cow slaughterers clashed with the police.

Facebook’s revenue fell for the first time in history, expected to worsen further

Facebook reported a decrease in revenue in the June quarter for the first time since going public in 2007, predicting that progress could fall even further in the third quarter.

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