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1-ISRO Sun Mission launch with PSLV from Sriharikota was successful, according to Aditya-L1.
On Saturday, September 2, ISRO successfully launched Aditya-L1, India’s first solar mission, from Sriharikota Spaceport. Seven payloads are carried by the spacecraft to conduct real-time studies of the sun and its effects on space weather. Aditya-L1 will be positioned in a halo orbit 1.5 million kilometers from Earth, at Lagrangian Point 1.
This will enable continuous monitoring without interference from eclipses or occultation. In addition to other goals, the project aims to investigate the dynamics of the solar atmosphere, solar wind acceleration, and solar corona physics. The Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle from India, in its XL version, will be used for the launch.
2-Private members’ business and no Question Period in the Parliament from September 18–22: Notification
The Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha secretariats announced on September 2 that a joint session of both Houses of Parliament would take place from September 18 to September 22 without Question Period or private member’s business.
3-CBI files charges against 3 detained railroad employees following the Balasore train accident
Three railway workers who were previously detained in relation to the Balasore train catastrophe, which left about 290 people dead and several hundred injured, have now been charged by the CBI. Arun Kumar Mahanta, Md. Amir Khan, and Pappu Kumar, three railway employees, have been charged with culpable homicide that does not constitute murder and evidence destruction.
4- Chris Hadfield, a veteran astronaut, commended PM Modi for leading ISRO
Chris Hadfield, a well-known astronaut and a former commander of the International Space Station, praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s management of the Indian Space Research Organisation on September 1. He stated, in an exclusive interview with ANI, “Now the race is really about who can advance the technology in an economic sense to turn it into a viable space enterprise for each of the participating countries, and India is in a really good leveraged position to accomplish so. I believe PM Modi is aware of his extensive direct involvement with the ISRO over a many of years.
Because it is a matter of national policy, he is not just observing but also closely observing and participating in their dialogues. Therefore, I believe that promoting and growing it so that Indian businesses and people can profit as much as possible is a really wise decision on the part of India’s government at this time.
5 Singapore: of Indian descent winning the presidential election is Tharman Shanmugaratnam
Indian-origin Tharman Shanmugaratnam, a Singaporean economist, has been elected president of the nation. In the first presidential election to be held in the nation since 2011, Tharman Shanmugaratnam triumphed against two candidates of Chinese descent.
6-Typhoon Saola, which spared Hong Kong, makes landfall in China; Typhoon Haikui will follow.
Typhoon Saola made landfall in the Guangdong region of southern China as ferocious winds tore through Shenzhen, Hong Kong, and Macau nearby, leaving behind a path of destruction and floods in many locations as well as at least one fatality. Numerous flights were canceled and businesses and schools were closed on Friday as a result of the severe typhoon in Hong Kong and the surrounding regions of China.
7-Naresh Goyal, the founder of Jet Airways, was detained in an accused money-laundering case.
Naresh Goyal, the founder of Jet Airways, was taken into custody by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Friday. In connection with its investigation into possible money laundering involving an alleged bank fraud involving 538.62 crore, the ED detained him after interviewing him for a number of hours. An ED team brought Goyal to the city from Delhi on Friday afternoon.
8-Here is what will happen once Pragyan scores a “Century” on the surface of the moon as lunar night approaches.
The Pragyan rover has reached a significant milestone by traveling more than 100 meters across the surface of the moon. In a tweet, Isro stated that Pragyan’s instruments are still sending data. The Chandrayaan 3 project is nearing the end of its intended exploration term, according to ISRO chief S. Somanath. As the lunar night draws near and temperatures are predicted to drop below -200 degrees Celsius, ISRO is getting ready to start a “sleep mode” operation for the Vikram lander and Pragyan rover. To learn more, watch the video below.
9-After the heroics of Pandya and Kishan, India sets a 267-run target for Pakistan.
On Saturday in Kandy, Sri Lanka, during an Asia Cup 2023 match between India and Pakistan, India was knocked out for 266 runs. Despite fifty-plus scores from Hardik Pandya (87) and Ishan Kishan (82) Shaheen Afridi’s four-wicket haul kept the Indian squad at bay.
10 Neeraj Chopra Exclusive: Supporting female wrestlers is Important
Neeraj Chopra, who won gold at the Tokyo Olympics, was one among the few people to publicly support India’s wrestlers who were protesting after their imprisonment on May 28 in Delhi.
11-8-member committee created by the 11-Centre to investigate “One Nation, One Election”
The administration announced ‘One Nation, One Election’ on September 2 just days after announcing an extraordinary session of Parliament from September 18–22.