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Top 10 Headlines 30 August 2023

Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge has said that Rahul Gandhi neither scares anyone nor is afraid of anything. The Congress president was addressing a public rally in Mysuru after launching the Griha Lakshmi scheme by pressing a digital button to transfer an allowance of Rs 2,000 to women heads of 1.10 crore families. Under this scheme, women will be given an allowance of Rs 2,000 every month.

Kharge fiercely targeted the BJP for raising questions on the contribution of Congress Party. He said, “During the tenure of Congress, the literacy rate has increased from 14 percent to 74 percent. They hijack our programs, replicate them and claim them as their own projects. The level of education among SCs and STs was 7 per cent. We have increased it to 60 percent. Before 1947 there were two lakh primary schools, now there are eight lakh.”

On this occasion, Congress MP Rahul Gandhi said that the five guarantees implemented by the Congress government in Karnataka are not mere schemes but models of governance.

Aam Aadmi Party leader Atishi has said that Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is not a candidate for the post of Prime Minister. He stressed that his statement should be considered the official statement of the party. Let us tell you that while reacting to AAP chief spokesperson Priyanka Kakkar's comment about Arvind Kejriwal becoming Prime Minister, Atishi said that these are her (Priyanka Kakkar's) personal comments and not the official stand of the party. He said that Kejriwal is not even in the PM race. AAP party is part of the 'India' alliance because they want to save the country. Along with the constitution, the country also needs to be saved.

On one hand, the monsoon has caused huge devastation in the hill states, while on the other hand, India has witnessed the driest weather conditions since 1901 in August this year. A senior meteorologist said this is a clear result of intense El Nino conditions. According to a senior representative of the India Meteorological Department (IMD), "Rainfall in August remained low due to the impact of El Nino and this is likely to adversely affect the rainfall pattern in September."

The lecture of Rashtriya Janata Dal Rajya Sabha MP and Professor Manoj Jha, associated with the Department of Social Work of Delhi University, scheduled to be held on September 4, has been cancelled. According to the information received, the lecture was scheduled by Delhi University's Center for Professional Development in Higher Education' UGC-HRDC. However, now even before the scheduled date of the lecture, information about the cancellation of Manoj Jha's lecture has been sent. Angered by this development, Manoj Jha said, "I can speak in Parliament, on the streets, write articles in newspapers. But, I cannot address the teachers of my university. What is this fear? This is how we will become Vishwa guru by converting universities into wells."

President Smt. Draupadi Murmu will be on a visit to Chhattisgarh tomorrow from 31st August to 1st September 2023. Tomorrow on August 31, 2023, the President will attend the state-level launch of Brahma Kumari's Theme of the Year "Year of Positive Change" in Raipur. On September 1, 2023, the President will attend the 10th convocation of Guru Ghasidas University in Bilaspur.

The so-called 2023 map issued by China, in which China has claimed India's territory, has been rejected by External Affairs Minister Dr. S. Jaishankar. The Foreign Minister said that unrestrained claims will not make the land of other countries belong to China. Speaking to a private channel yesterday, Dr Jaishankar said that China has a habit of releasing such maps.

According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD), there is a possibility of fresh heavy rain in Odisha-Chhattisgarh-North Andhra Pradesh, Telangana from coming Saturday. According to IMD, heavy rainfall activity is expected to continue over Andaman-Nicobar Islands and far south Peninsular India during the next 3-4 days.

India defeated Bangladesh by 15 goals to 1 in the Men's Asia Hockey 5s World Cup Qualifier match. India's Maninder Singh was the top scorer with 4 goals yesterday in Salaleh, Oman. Mohammad Raheel scored three goals while Sukhwinder, Gurjot Singh and Pawan Rajbhar scored two goals each and Mandeep Mor and Dipsang Tirkey scored one goal each.

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