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The application Deadline for the National Startup Awards 2023 extended till 15th June 2023

The Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT) under the Ministry of Commerce and Industry introduced the National Startup Awards (NSA) in 2020. The applications for National Startup Awards 2023 have been made live from 1st April 2023 and the deadline for submissions is now extended to 15th June 2023. The extension of the National Startup Awards 2023 application deadline allows aspiring entrepreneurs and enablers additional time to showcase their innovative solutions and profound societal impact.

The combined Stock position of wheat and rice in the Central Pool stands at over 579 LMT

Wheat procurement during the ongoing Rabi Marketing Season (RMS) 2023-24 has progressed smoothly. The progressive procurement of wheat in the current season till 30.05.2023 is 262 Lakh Metric tons (LMT) which has already surpassed last year’s total procurement of 188 LMT by 74 LMT. About 21.27 Lakh farmers have already benefitted from the ongoing wheat procurement operations with a Minimum Support Price (MSP) outflow of about Rs. 47,000 crores. Major contribution in the procurement has come from three procuring states of Punjab, Madhya Pradesh and Haryana with procurement of 121.27 LMT, 70.98 LMT and 63.17 LMT respectively.

MoHUA celebrates 3 successful years of the PM SVANidhi Scheme

Hardeep S. Puri, Minister for Housing and Urban Affairs and Petroleum and Natural Gas complimented the Prime Minster Street Vendor’s AtmaNirbhar Nidhi (PM SVANidhi) Scheme on its successful completion of 3 momentous years. The Minister stated that PM SVANidhi Yojana is witnessing one of the fastest roll-outs of government schemes. He further stated that PM SVANidhi has led an unparalleled wave of financial inclusion and digital literacy in India’s cities and towns that has provided dignity and stability to Street Vendors. PM SVANidhi Scheme launched on 01 June 2020, aiming to restore Swarozgar, Svavlamban, and Swabhimaan (Self Employment, Self-Sustenance, and Self-Confidence) within street vendors has become one of the fastest growing micro-credit schemes of the Government of India and has provided its citizens access to credit and linkages to social security schemes.

India-Nepal enhance connectivity; Agreements signed on cooperation in energy, tourism

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that several agreements have been signed between India and Nepal, which focus on cooperation in power and tourism sectors, along with increasing physical connectivity.

150 students fell ill after consuming a mid-day meal in Bihar’s East Champaran

Around 150 students fell ill after consuming the mid-day meal in the Bagaha sub-division of Bihar’s East Champaran district on Thursday.

The Prime Minister of Nepal will visit Mahakal in Ujjain tomorrow

Nepal’s Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal Prachanda is going on a visit to Indore and Ujjain. After coming to Indore, he will reach Ujjain and visit Mahakaleshwar and also visit Mahakal Lok. Preparations are on for the visit of the Prime Minister of Nepal.

Kamal Nath demands investigation of Mahakal Lok scam by High Court judge

Congress state president and former chief minister Kamal Nath has demanded an inquiry by a High Court judge into the matter of damage to several idols in the recent storm in Madhya Pradesh’s religious city Ujjain.

Meta removed over 33 million bad content from fb and instagram in India in april

Meta said it removed over 27.7 million pieces of content from Facebook and over 5.4 million pieces of content from Instagram in India in April. Facebook received 8,470 reports through the Indian complaints mechanism between April 1-30 and said it provided tools to users to resolve their issues in 2,225 cases.

Weather patterns will remain disturbed in Uttarakhand for the next 48 hours

These days in Uttarakhand, it is raining heavily in many areas from the mountains to the plains. According to the Meteorological Center, the weather pattern will remain disturbed in the state of Uttarakhand for the next 48 hours.

Amit Shah announces separate judicial and CBI probe into Manipur violence

Union Home Minister Amit Shah today announced a judicial inquiry into the month-long caste violence in Manipur by a retired High Court judge and a CBI inquiry into six specific cases.

Mann refuses to take Centre’s Z+ security

Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann has refused to take the Z+ security offered to him by the Centre. He said that he has faith in the state police.

The coldest month of May in Delhi after 36 years

Delhi experienced the coldest and freshest May after 36 years. Due to heavy rains, this year the average maximum temperature has dropped significantly.

100 units of electricity free from today in Rajasthan

Ahead of the assembly elections to be held later this year, Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has announced 100 units of free electricity per month to all electricity consumers, whether domestic or commercial.

IOC condemns police action against wrestlers

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has condemned the Delhi Police’s alleged ill-treatment of the protesting wrestlers over the weekend, terming it as “disturbing” and called on the authorities during the investigation against Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) chief Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh. Urged to ensure the safety of the players.

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