Top headlines of the day | 11th July 2021

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PM to interact with Indian athletes’ contingent bound for Tokyo Olympics on 13th July

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will interact with the Indian athletes’ contingent bound for Tokyo Olympics on 13th July at 5 PM via video conferencing.

The interaction by the Prime Minister is an endeavour to motivate the athletes ahead of their participation at the games. He had recently reviewed the preparations for the facilitation of India’s contingent at Tokyo-2020. He had also discussed the inspirational journeys of some of the athletes on Mann Ki Baat, besides urging the nation to come forward and wholeheartedly support them.

PM asks the public to nominate inspiring people for Peoples’ Padma

The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi has asked the public to nominate for Peoples’ Padma those who are doing exceptional work at the grassroots but not much known. Nominations are open till 15th September.

World Population Day being observed today. The objective of the day is to increase the awareness of the people towards the worldwide population issues.

Careful! The second wave of COVID-19 is not over yet, Home Secretary warns 8 tourist destination states

Union Home Secretary reviewed the steps taken by State Governments for checking the spread of COVID-19 in Hill Stations and Tourist locations.

Senior BJP leader and former Union Minister Thawar Chand Gehlot sworn in as 19th Governor of Karnataka.

The first consignment of Kashmir’s ‘Mishri cherries’ exported to Dubai

Dubai savours India’s fresh, juicy, & delicately harvested cherries as Kashmir exports the 1st consignment of the famous ‘Mishri cherries’ to the middle east nation.

UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath unveils new state population policy 2021-2030

In Uttar Pradesh, the government has announced a new Population Policy 2021-2030′ on the occasion of World Population Day today. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath in a program at Lucknow released a booklet on this occasion. He said all groups of society have to be included with the population control programme. He said this policy will bring wellness and happiness to people’s life.

The draft law list has been put in the public domain and the government has sought suggestions from people in the policy draft. The recommendations of policy will be effective after one year of gazette notification. The government is to give incentives and disincentives for the promotion of the two-child norm in the state.

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