Latest News, Breaking News, Global News- September 3, 2023

Latest News, Breaking News, Global News- September 3, 2023

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1-Pragyan rover was put into sleep mode, according to ISRO’s Chandrayaan-3, and may awaken in September.

11 days after Chandrayaan 3 successfully soft-landed on the moon, Pragyan Rover finished all of its tasks and was put into sleep mode on Saturday after traveling more than 100 meters across the lunar surface.

The data from each payload is sent to the Earth via the Vikram lander while Pragyan slumbers with the moon’s sunset, according to ISRO.

2-RIP Heath Streak: 49-year-old former captain of the Zimbabwe cricket team dies

Heath Streak, a former captain of Zimbabwe’s cricket team, died at the age of 49. After a protracted struggle with colon and liver cancer, he passed away. His wife Nadine Streak posted a message on Facebook announcing Streak’s passing. It was revealed in May that Heath Streak was battling cancer and was receiving therapy under the direction of one of the most renowned oncologists in South Africa.

Just two weeks prior, there was a false claim that Streak had passed away. The report was later refuted, and Henry Olonga, a former teammate who had published the unsubstantiated news on his official X account, apologized.

3-India G20 Summit: Extra security is in place, and the Taj Hotel is decorated to greet visitors.

Every day that passes brings the G20 Leaders’ Summit closer, and India is ready to make a “most memorable” entrance. Both the Delhi administration and the Central government have done a magnificent job of transforming the National Capital during that time.

To welcome the attendees and guests to the beautiful event, several prestigious hotels have been reserved. One of India’s most opulent hotels, the Taj Palace, is outfitted to provide visitors with the best possible stay.

The staff of upscale hotels has been working relentlessly to make sure that visitors have a comfortable and “homey” stay. With nearly 120 chefs working at the Taj Hotel alone, the food is receiving special attention.

4-Asia Cup 2023: India vs. Pakistan game postponed due to weather | Find out what transpired

The most anticipated Asia Cup 2023 match between India and Pakistan was postponed on Saturday at Pallekele International Cricket Stadium in Kandy because of heavy rain.

The two Asian rivals’ most recent one-day match took place at the 2019 ODI World Cup, where India easily thrashed its neighbors by 89 runs.

5-Meet Jaya Verma Sinha, the Railway Board’s first female CEO

As the first female CEO and Chairperson of the Railway Board, the supreme decision-making body for the national transporter, Jaya Verma Sinha assumed her duties on September 1.

In 1988, she began working for the Indian Railway Traffic Service. In her new position, she succeeds Anil Kumar Lahoti and will hold it through August 31, 2024. Interestingly, Sinha is scheduled to retire on October 1 but will instead start working again on that day till her contract expires.

6-Viral: Internet Loves It When Pakistani Fan Chooses Virat Kohli Over Babar Azam | Watch What She Said

After rain ruined Pakistan and India’s Asia Cup match in Sri Lanka, a Pakistani cricket fan has gone viral. The Pakistani woman explained that she had come to watch Virat Kohli play and supported both India and Pakistan.

She had the flags of both countries tattooed on her cheeks. Another Pakistani supporter then interrupts her to say that she actually supported Virat Kohli and not India. When challenged, the woman responds,

“Padosiyon se pyaar karna buri baat nahi hai.” Love for your neighbors is a perfectly acceptable behavior. See how internet users responded to the trending video.

7-Scientists are thrilled that Aditya L1’s first successful earthbound maneuver was accomplished.

With the completion of its first earthbound maneuver on Sunday, the Aditya-L1 spacecraft, which was successfully launched to study the Sun, reached a critical milestone.

The Aditya-L1 satellite was successfully released from the rocket 63 minutes after takeoff. Around 73 minutes after the launch of the fourth stage, the entire mission was completed.

The scientists that made this accomplishment were obviously overjoyed by the development’s rapid advancement.

8- “It wasn’t the first time they had disparaged Sanatan Dharma.” India Block is criticized by HM Shah for Stalin’s remark

The statement made by DMK leader Udhayanidhi Stalin was denounced by Union Home Minister Amit Shah. Amit Shah stated, “The INDIA alliance has been denigrating ‘Sanatana Dharma’ for the past two days, when speaking to a crowd in Rajasthan. Congress and DMK leaders have discussed putting an end to “Sanatana Dharma” only for electoral purposes.

They have mocked our “Sanatana Dharma” before, so this is not the first time. Prior to this, Manmohan Singh stated that minorities have the first right to the budget; nevertheless, we believe that the poor, tribal people, Dalits, and backward people have the first right. The Congress party currently claims that Sanatana will govern if Modi ji wins.

9-In preparation for the G20 Summit, the Delhi Traffic Police performs full-dress and motorcade rehearsals.

Delhi Traffic Police performed another complete dress rehearsal at Delhi’s India Gate on September 3 as part of its preparations for the next G20 Summit, which will take place there on September 9 and 10. In the vicinity of Delhi Gate, it also held practice for the left-hand drive motorcade.

10-After Chandrayaan-3, Aditya-L1 is praised internationally; Indian solar mission dominates headlines.

With the successful launch of the Aditya L1 solar mission, India achieved a new milestone in its spaceflight. The first-ever Indian solar mission follows Chandrayaan-3’s dramatic landing. India’s solar mission likewise attracted international headlines after its successful launch, similar to the lunar mission.

The lift off of the Aditya L1 was heavily covered by many media outlets and news organizations.

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