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Latest News, Breaking News, Global News-August 28, 2023

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1- Pragyan Rover on Chandrayaan-3 Encounters Crater; Changes Path On Moon’s South Pole

According to ISRO, the Pragyan rover came upon a four-meter-diameter crater on the Moon’s surface. ISRO said that the rover shifted course after discovering the crater on the Moon’s South Pole. The announcement comes as Chandrayaan-3 collects data from the lunar surface. Keep an eye out for more details.

2-In the midst of India’s space glory with Chandrayaan-3, Japan’s Moon Mission is delayed for the third time.

Japan is still facing difficulties in launching its ambitious lunar mission, Moon Sniper. The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) has postponed the launch of its lunar probe for the third time owing to severe weather. Japan has one of the most extensive space programmes in the world, yet it has yet to land a spacecraft on the moon. Japan’s ambitious moon mission follows India’s historic Chandrayaan-3 mission, which soft-landed on the Moon’s south pole on August 23, becoming the fourth country to do so.

3-Celebrations Following Neeraj Chopra’s Gold Medal at the World Athletics Championships

At the World Athletics Championships, Neeraj Chopra accomplished yet another unprecedented feat. Chopra is the first Indian athlete to win a gold medal in the championships. He earned the medal at the last event of the men’s javelin throw in Budapest. Chopra hurled the javelin to a distance of 88.17 metres on his second try. This was the highest score in the event, allowing Neeraj Chopra to take first place. India has erupted in jubilation following Chopra’s victory, with celebrations taking place across the country.

4-Arshad Nadeem, unable to locate the Pakistan flag, poses with the Indian tricolour beside Neeraj Chopra | Viral

The gesture of Indian champion Neeraj Chopra at the World Athletics Championships has gone viral. As is customary, Neeraj and the Czech athlete posed with their respective flags. However, Pakistani javelin thrower Arshad Nadeem was not included in the picture. During the photo shoot, the silver medalist was left without the Pakistan flag. But, in a million-dollar move, Neeraj Chopra asked him to the photographs. The image of the couple standing together with the Indian flag behind them is currently trending on the internet.

5-Watch PM Modi’s Reaction After Putin Explains Why He Won’t Attend the G20 Summit in India.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi talked with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday, who informed him that he would be unable to attend the G20 Summit in India on September 9 and 10, and that Russia will be represented by Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov. According to the Kremlin, Putin once again enthusiastically congratulated Modi on the successful landing of the Chandrayaan-3 spacecraft near the Moon’s South Pole. Watch

6-Interrogated in jail, Imran Khan Makes Significant Admission In Missing Cypher Case

According to media reports on Sunday, imprisoned former Prime Minister Imran Khan admitted to misplacing a confidential diplomatic cable while being interrogated by Pakistan’s top investigative agency at the Attock Jail in a case filed under the Official Secrets Act for wrongful use of the classified document.

7-Neeraj Chopra Wins Gold | Neeraj’s Mother Is “Extremely Happy” With Her Son’s Gold Medal

Neeraj Chopra Wins Gold: Neeraj Chopra’s mother expressed her joy after her son won the World Athletics Championships gold medal on Sunday in Budapest, Hungary. Neeraj became the first Indian player to win the world championship. He has earned a silver medal at the event in 2022.

8-ISRO’s Aditya L-1 Solar Mission Will Launch On Saturday Morning

The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) announced on Monday that its solar mission, Aditya L-1, will launch on September 2 at 11:50 a.m.

The Aditya-L1 satellite observatory for solar research, India’s first, is preparing for launch at the country’s primary spaceport in Sriharikota.

9-Meghalaya Will Clean Umiam Lake With An AI-Powered Boat

According to an official, the Meghalaya government intends to utilise an AI-powered robotic boat to clean the gorgeous Umiam lake, which has been destroyed by plastic garbage. The Umkhrah and Umshyrpi rivers, which flow through Shillong, bring tonnes of plastics every day and dump them into the lake’s southern side, which is only accessible by boat, he said.

10-Inmate Jumps 40-Foot Wall To Escape In Video Shows Karnataka Prison Break

Vasantha, a 24-year-old guy from Davanagere in Karnataka, escaped from a juvenile detention centre two days ago. He scaled a 40-foot wall and leapt. A video of this has gone viral on the internet. During the escape, he injured his foot and was observed walking with difficulty. The jail later discovered out and informed the police. Vasantha was discovered by authorities on Monday in the village of Duggavathi. He was hiding out at the home of a family member. The police have apprehended him and returned him to Davanagere jail.

11-Karolina Bielawska, Miss World 2011, Visits Kashmir For A Day-Long Tour

Miss World Karolina Bielawska came in Kashmir for a day-long visit as part of an event on August 28. Miss World India Sini Shetty and Miss World Caribbean Emmy Pena joined her.

12- 2-year-old girl stops breathing mid-flight on a journey from Bengaluru to Delhi; AIIMS doctors save her

A group of five AIIMS physicians miraculously rescued the life of a two-year-old toddler who stopped breathing mid-flight on a Bengaluru to Delhi Vistara flight on Sunday by delivering emergency medical treatment.

13-Nita Ambani resigns from the Reliance Board, allowing her children to become directors.

Nita Ambani steps down, and her children Isha, Akash, and Anant will join the Reliance board; the United States and Turkey perform their greatest military drills; and the Nuh Shobha Yatra will take place: Haryana is on high alert; schools and institutions are closed; and Neeraj Chopra becomes the first Indian to win a gold medal at the World Athletics Championships.

14-France to prohibit Muslim women from wearing abayas in schools: Education Minister

The wearing of abaya dresses by some Muslim women in school will be prohibited by French authorities. On Sunday, France’s education minister claimed that the outfit breached the country’s strict secular education regulations. Education Minister Gabriel Attal stated that he would issue clear regulations to school principals at the national level before the start of schools on September 4th.

The decision follows months of controversy around the wearing of abayas in French schools, where women have traditionally been prohibited from donning the Islamic headscarf. The prohibition was backed by the right and far-right, while the left felt it would violate civil liberties. There have been reports of abayas being worn more frequently in schools, as well as confrontations between instructors and parents.

15-Kim Jong-Un’s security has been beefed up following the Pyongyang explosion; ballistic briefcases are now in use.

Kim Jong-un’s security was increased following an explosion in Pyongyang. Eight weeks ago, an incident sparked safety worries, necessitating heightened security precautions. Advanced bomb detecting technologies and novel security equipment, such as ballistic briefcases, are used in the measures. A thorough report.

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