The big news of 23 May 2022, Top 10 headlines 23 May 2022, Breaking news of 23 May 2022
Prime Minister Modi Chairs Business Roundtable in Tokyo
Top executives and CEOs of 34 Japanese companies participated in the event. The majority of these companies have investments and operations in India. The companies represented diverse sectors including automobiles, electronics, semiconductors, steel, technology, trading and banking & finance. Key business bodies and organizations from India and Japan such as Keidanren, Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO), Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC), Japan-India Business Consultative Committee(JIBCC) and Invest India also participated in the event.
8th International Day of Yoga to be held at Mysuru: PM Modi will lead the Mass Demonstration
The main event of the 8th International Day of Yoga (IDY-2022) demonstration will be held at Mysuru in Karnataka on 21st June 2022. Minister of Ayush Shri Sarbanand Sonowal announced today that Mysuru has been selected as the venue for the Mass Yoga Demonstration (Main Event) of 8th IDY.
As this IDY is falling in the “Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav” year, the Ministry has also planned to observe IDY at 75 iconic locations across the country and is focusing on branding India on a global scale.
Citizens can now access Digilocker services on the MyGov Helpdesk on WhatsApp
In a major initiative to make Government services accessible, inclusive, transparent and simple, MyGov today announced that citizens will now be able to use the MyGov Helpdesk on WhatsApp to access the Digilocker service. This includes creating and authenticating their Digilocker account, and downloading documents such as PAN card, driving license, and vehicle registration certificate, among others, all on WhatsApp. MyGov Helpdesk on WhatsApp is a major step to ensure governance and government services are at the fingertips of citizens.
SAIL Celebrates Fifty years of Incorporation with a Special Logo
Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL), the maharatna steelmaking public sector unit, is celebrating the company’s fifty years of incorporation this year in 2022. SAIL was incorporated on 24th January 1973.
Gyanvapi Masjid Case News: Varanasi court reserves order, verdict to be pronounced tomorrow
Gyanvapi Case: Varanasi Court to Decide on Next Hearing Date Tomorrow; Hindu Side Seeks Scrapping of 1991 Act.
Monsoon Update on May 23 | Skymet says monsoon has started as heatwave relents
Heatwave conditions to remain suppressed till May 29-30; waterlogging, and flight delays add to woes. A thunderstorm is also expected on Tuesday.
2,022 new covid cases registered in India, 46 deaths
India reported a slight decline in 2,022 fresh Covid cases in a 24-hour period as against the previous day’s count of 2,226. This information was given by the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare on Monday morning.
CPI MP Binoy Vishwam wrote a letter to the Railway Minister, demanding concession for senior citizens
Communist Party of India (CPI) MP Binoy Viswam has written to Union Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnav requesting him to restore the concession for senior citizens in the Railways.
Honoring the Asha sisters of the country by WHO is a matter of pride for the whole country: Priyanka Gandhi
Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi has said that the World Health Organization (WHO) recognized Social Health Activist (ASHA) is a matter of pride for the whole country of appointments were made.
Pakistan government will complete the term instead of holding early elections
According to media reports, the coalition partners in Pakistan have decided after much deliberation that the current government will complete its term instead of holding early elections.
Afghanistan starts polio vaccination campaign
The Taliban-led government in Afghanistan has launched a nationwide polio vaccination campaign. Under this campaign, a target has been set to immunize 9.9 million children with the polio vaccine.
COVID and monkeypox a formidable challenge for the world: WHO
The World Health Organization (WHO) said that the world is facing a significant and formidable challenge of an outbreak of monkeypox that has so far infected more than 100 people in about 15 countries.
Australian Ariane Titmus sets 400m freestyle world record
Ariane Titmus sets a new world record in the women’s 400m freestyle at the Australian Swimming Championships.