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Our unwavering commitment towards a healthier India has led to significant strides in the healthcare sector: PM

The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi has shared articles, graphics, videos and information about the Government’s commitment to ensuring that no Indian is left behind in the journey towards wellness.

The Prime Minister tweeted :

“Our unwavering commitment towards a healthier India has led to significant strides in the healthcare sector. Together, we will ensure that no Indian is left behind in our journey towards wellness. #9YearsOfHealthForAll”


The first edition of the India, France and UAE Maritime Partnership Exercise commenced on 07 Jun 23 in the Gulf of Oman. INS Tarkash and French Ship Surcouf both with integral helicopters, French Rafale aircraft and UAE Navy Maritime Patrol Aircraft are participating in the exercise.

The exercise scheduled over two days will witness a wide spectrum of naval operations such as Surface Warfare, involving tactical firing and Drills for Missile engagements on surface targets, Helicopter Cross Deck Landing Operations, Advanced Air Defence Exercises and Boarding operations. The exercise would also include cross-embarkation of personnel for the exchange of best practices.

‘Agni Prime’ ballistic missile was successfully flight-tested by DRDO off the Odisha coast

New Generation Ballistic Missile ‘Agni Prime’ was successfully flight-tested by Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) from Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Island off the coast of Odisha on June 07, 2023. During the flight test, all objectives were successfully demonstrated.

Kedarnath Avalanche: Once again landslide occurred on the hills behind Kedarnath temple

Avalanche has happened once again in Kedarnath. This time also an avalanche occurred on the hills behind the temple. It has been told in media reports that this incident happened just three to four km away from Dham. There has been no loss of any kind in this, but seeing this avalanche, the breath of the devotees stopped. During the last Yatra season also, there were three avalanches on these snowy hills. This time also the incident of avalanche had come to the fore in April.

The girl who fell in the pit of the borewell in Sehore was pulled out by robotic technology

A two-and-a-half-year-old girl, who fell into a borewell pit about 300 feet deep in Madhya Pradesh’s Sehore district, has been pulled out with the help of robotic technology. According to media reports, the girl is unconscious and has been taken to the district hospital along with her family members.

Severe heat wave in parts of India as monsoon arrives late

The Southwest Monsoon has finally entered Kerala today. Monsoon has been delayed after seven years, while parts of India continue to grapple with scorching heat.

It is not right for Canada to give space to extremist elements: Jaishankar

Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar slammed the North American country after visuals of a parade float depicting the assassination of former prime minister Indira Gandhi surfaced in the Canadian city of Brampton, wondering “why does it give space to extremists”.

Odisha train accident: 82 bodies yet to be identified, claimants await DNA test report

According to media reports, even six days after the three train accidents in Odisha, some families have not yet received the dead bodies of their loved ones.

Due to Cyclone Biparjoy in the Arabian Sea, the ports of Gujarat have been instructed to be careful.

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued an advisory for all ports in Gujarat. It directed hoisting of Distant Warning (DW 2) signal when a deep pressure in the Arabian Sea turns into a cyclonic storm Biparjoy.

India took four wickets in the morning session

India, who took only three wickets on the first day of the World Test Championship final at The Oval, came back strongly with four wickets in the first session of the second day’s play, including the wickets of centurion Travis Head and Steve Smith. Australia’s score at lunch reached 422/7 in 109 overs.

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