Today's ten big news. 1 September 2023 today's big news

Amalendu Upadhyaya
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The rate of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) increased to 7.8 per cent in the April to June quarter. The manufacturing sector grew by 4.7 per cent during the same period.

External Affairs Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar has said that India has demonstrated its capabilities in economic, technological and digital sectors while promoting democratic values.

More than 70 people are reported dead in a fire accident in a multi-storey building in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Tai Pin, Deputy Permanent Representative of China to the United Nations, has said that China is committed to integrating the resources of the public and private sectors and introducing innovative solutions in areas such as blue economy, clean energy, digital finance, enhancing the sustainable financing capabilities of developing countries, Commends UNDP for eradicating poverty and promoting equality. He also said that China emphasizes sharing development opportunities with the world.

On August 30, a supermoon appeared over the Statue of Liberty in New York, USA. The night of 30 August was the biggest full moon of this year. It was the second full moon in August, also known as the "Blue Moon".

According to the recently released data by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare of Bangladesh, more than 1 lakh 10 thousand cases of dengue fever have been reported in Bangladesh this year and 20% of these patients are children below 15 years of age. According to official data released on August 28, 556 people died due to dengue fever in Bangladesh this year.

A study conducted by researchers from Kashi Hindu University, IIT-BHU and Gujarat Ayurved University has claimed that Sunthi (dry ginger powder) can prove effective in the management of COVID-19.

The World Health Organization (WHO) has issued an alert over rising cases of measles and rubella among children in Yemen. In Yemen, the vaccination campaign to prevent these diseases has been affected due to insufficient funds. This year, till July, more than 34 thousand cases of measles and rubella have been confirmed and 413 deaths have occurred.

The UN Committee on the Rights of the Child has issued new guidelines calling on governments to take action to ensure the protection of boys and girls in the face of the deepening climate crisis. Under General Comment No. 26, the Committee has for the first time reaffirmed the right of children to live in a clean, healthy and sustainable environment.

UN human rights experts have urged the UN General Assembly to declare a second International Decade for People of African Descent, proposed to begin in 2025. He said more action is still needed to tackle racism and other forms of intolerance. In a statement, he stressed that the world needs humanity more than ever, which unites all in the spirit of equality and non-discrimination and promotes mutual cooperation.

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