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Piyush Goyal will visit Canada

Piyush Goyal, Union Minister of Commerce & Industry, Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution & Textiles, along with Mary Ng, Minister for International Trade, Export Promotion, Small Business and Economic Development, Government of Canada, at the 6th India-India Summit on Trade and Investment (MDTI) in Ottawa today. Canada will co-chair the Ministerial Dialogue. The MDTI is a bilateral mechanism for discussing a wide range of trade and investment-related issues and areas of cooperation and provides institutional support in this context. The dialogue will focus on various topics including strengthening of bilateral trade ties between India and Canada, investment promotion and cooperation and green transformation as well as discussion on critical minerals and new areas of cooperation such as promoting B2B engagement.

Indian Air Force’s MiG-21 aircraft crashed

A MiG-21 aircraft of the Indian Air Force crashed at around 9:45 today. The aircraft had taken off from Suratgarh Air Force Base for a routine training operation. Shortly thereafter the pilot experienced an emergency, following which he attempted to recover the aircraft as per available procedures, failing which he initiated the evacuation procedure. The pilot received minor injuries in the process. The pilot was recovered about 25 km northeast of the Suratgarh base. The wreckage of the aircraft fell on a house in Bahalol Nagar of Hanumangarh district, which unfortunately resulted in the death of three people.

Indian Railways records monthly freight loading of 126.46 MT for April 2023

Indian Railways registered a monthly freight loading of 126.46 MT in April 2023. The incremental loading in the month of April was 4.25 MT as compared to April 2022, registering a growth of 3.5 per cent. Freight revenue increased by 7 per cent to Rs 13,893 crore in April, compared to Rs 13,011 crore in 2022.

Tamil Nadu: 12th class result declared, 94.03 per cent of students pass

Today the Tamil Nadu Board Class 12th Result 2022-23 has been declared for the students. The overall pass percentage recorded this year is 94.03.

There will be a judicial inquiry into the Tanur boat accident, Kerala CM announced

Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Monday announced a judicial inquiry into Sunday night’s accident at Tanur in Malappuram after a hurriedly convened cabinet meeting. In this accident, a boat carrying 40 passengers capsized, in which at least 22 people died and one is missing.

Supreme Court seeks status report from Center on Manipur violence

According to media reports, the Supreme Court on Monday asked the Central Government, while hearing a petition by the Manipur Tribal Forum, seeking a Special Investigation Team (SIT) to investigate the killing of tribals during the caste violence in Manipur, in relief camps, Pay attention to the rehabilitation of the displaced and the protection of religious places.

South Korea confirms 16 new monkeypox cases in the first week of May

South Korea has confirmed 16 new cases of monkeypox in the first week of May, bringing the total number of cases in the country to 60. Health officials have given this information on Monday.

Fear of cyclonic storm in Sri Lanka

A low-level atmospheric disturbance that has developed over the southeast Bay of Bengal region will gradually develop into a low-pressure area and then intensify into a cyclonic storm over Sri Lanka during the next few days. The Meteorological Department gave this information on Monday.

27-year-old Telangana engineer killed in US mall shooting

A 27-year-old woman engineer from Telangana was among nine people killed in a mass shooting near Dallas in the US on May 6.

Women with domestic violence at higher risk of asthma: Study

Women who have experienced domestic abuse may be at a higher risk of developing atopic diseases, including asthma, according to research led by an Indian-origin woman.

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