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G20 Agriculture Ministerial meeting to be held in Hyderabad from June 15 to 17

The Agriculture Working Group (AWG) will be in Hyderabad for its ministerial meeting. More than 200 delegates from G20 member states, invited countries and international organizations will participate in the three-day event starting from 15-17 June 2023. Agriculture ministers of various countries and directors general of international organizations will participate in the programme.

Inauguration of “World Blood Donor Day” at RML Hospital

Inaugurating a blood donation camp at RML Hospital in New Delhi today, Union Minister of State for Health and Family Welfare, Prof. SP Singh Baghel said that a blood donation is an act of charity and it is strongly linked to our rich culture and tradition of service and cooperation. He called upon all the citizens to come forward and donate blood as part of the countrywide Blood Donation Amrit Mahotsav. Pro. Baghel said that apart from fulfilling the need of the country, blood donation is also an important service to society and mankind.

All India Radio tower in Gujarat’s Dwarka was demolished as a precautionary measure in view of the Biparjoy cyclone threat

A 90-metre high steel-built Akashvani tower in Dwarka, Gujarat, erected with the help of a guy rope, was brought down as a precautionary measure in view of the threat of cyclone Biparjoy. This decision has been taken to prevent any accident due to this tower and to reduce the loss of life and property in the surrounding areas.

India to host IIAS Annual Conference 2025 in Kochi

India is willing to host the 2025 IIAS (International Institute of Administrative Sciences) annual conference in Kochi, Kerala in February 2025. IIAS, established in the year 1930, is an association of member countries, national sections and academic research centres, jointly with its headquarters located in Brussels, Belgium, to expand public administration solutions to India’s daily policy challenges.

Baijnath Yadav, close to Scindia, joined hands with Congress with supporters

The Bharatiya Janata Party has suffered a significant setback in Madhya Pradesh. Former District Panchayat President Baijnath Yadav, who is counted close to Union Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia, joined the Congress.

Jamia team wins annual NASA design competition

Jamia Millia Islamia students have won the NASA design competition. The team of Jamia University has won the first prize in this important competition. More than 200 colleges from across the country participated in this competition.

Tamil Nadu minister Senthil Balaji was sent to judicial custody till June 28

Tamil Nadu Electricity, Excise and Prohibition Minister Senthil Balaji was arrested by Enforcement Directorate (ED) officials in the early hours today and remanded to judicial custody till June 28.

Militants kill 11, 23 injured in Manipur

At least 11 people were killed and 23 others injured in an attack by suspected militants in Manipur’s Khamlock village.

Manipur’s pain is the nation’s pain, but not PM’s: Congress

The Congress once again hit out at the BJP-led central government over fresh killings in violence-hit Manipur, saying the suffering of the people of the northeastern state is the nation’s pain, but clearly not the Prime Minister’s as he continues to maintain silence.

English-speaking training will be given to government school teachers in Uttar Pradesh

About 8,500 English teachers from 7,000 government and aided secondary schools in Uttar Pradesh will be given English-speaking training.

Three migrant labourers from Chhattisgarh were crushed to death by JCB in Karnataka

Three migrant labourers from Chhattisgarh lost their lives in an accident in the Raichur district of Karnataka. According to media reports, all three labourers lost their lives after being crushed by JCB in Neelavanja village on Tuesday night.

More than 60 per cent of youth in India may fall prey to e-cigarettes: study

A new study has revealed that around 61 per cent of youth in India aged 15 to 30 years, who have never used e-cigarettes before, are likely to do so in the future.

280-member Indian contingent including 198 athletes leaves for Berlin for Special Olympics – Summer Games

A 280-member Indian contingent, including 198 athletes, left for Berlin, Germany on 12 June to participate in the Special Olympics World Games. Prior to their visit, the Indian team met Union Minister for Youth Affairs and Sports Anurag Singh Thakur on the special occasion of the farewell ceremony on 8 June.

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