Latest News, Breaking News, Global News- September 4, 2023

Latest News, Breaking News, Global News- September 4, 2023

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1-‘One Lakh Times Cleaner Than Hospital ICU,’ Say Scientists Working on Aditya-L1

An intriguing truth regarding researchers working on Aditya-L1 has come to light. According to a TOI article, the ISRO scientists opted not to wear perfume. It was strictly forbidden to use any perfumes or sprays in order to prevent unlocking the mysteries of the sun.

This occurred as the Aditya-L1 payload was being developed by the engineers and scientists. To learn more, view the video.

2-India vs. Pakistan Match Highlights from the 2023 Asia Cup: Hardik Pandya and Ishan Kishan each score 50 runs

On Saturday, the much awaited match between India and Pakistan took place. A large crowd watched the neighbors’ derby at Kandy’s renowned Pallekele Stadium. There is typically a significant build-up for India vs. Pakistan matches, and the Asia Cup matchup was no exception.

Pakistan, led by Babar Azam, entered the match fresh off an outstanding victory over Nepal. When the 2023 Asia Cup was taking place, the Men in Blue were making their debut. After winning the toss, Rohit Sharma chose to open the batting. Following a scoreless match, India and Pakistan received one point each. Watch the highlights of India vs. Pakistan, the biggest rivalry in cricket, in this video.

3-Canada: Khalistan Poster Featuring an AK-47 Scares Officials; Referendum Permission Withdrawn |Details

The so-called Khalistan referendum was called off at a school in Surrey, British Columbia, which dealt a severe blow to anti-India elements in that country. After an AK-47 kept appearing prominently in promotional posters, permission for the event was denied. According to the local school board, “despite many attempts to resolve the matter, the event organizers refused to delete these concerning photos, and materials remained to be displayed in Surrey and on social media.

4-The voice behind the Chandrayaan-3 launch countdown, ISRO scientist N Valarmathi, passes away

Scientist Valarmathi, who provided the voice for the rocket launch countdowns in Sriharikota for the Indian Space Research Organization (Isro), passed away from heart arrest. The nation’s third lunar mission, Chandrayaan-3, was launched during her most recent countdown.

5-Asia Cup 2023: Bangladesh defeats Afghanistan thoroughly in a game that must be won

A decisive 89-run victory for Bangladesh over Afghanistan was recorded at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore during the Asia Cup 2023. With this victory, the team captained by Shakib al Hasan keeps chasing the Super 4 round of the competition.

6-India’s First AI-Powered Anti-Drone System is Unveiled by a Hyderabad Company

An advanced autonomous anti-drone device that is powered by artificial intelligence has been unveiled by a robotics company in Hyderabad. The system can shield a large region, even an entire city, from numerous drones of any kind in addition to protecting critical assets like nuclear power plants and oil rigs. The creation of such a system in India dates back to this time.

7-Aditya L1 | Aditya-L1, the ISRO Sun Mission, Executes Its First Earth-Bound Manoeuvre

On Sunday, the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) announced that it had successfully completed the first earth-bound manoeuvre of Aditya L1, the nation’s first solar mission. The spacecraft is healthy and functioning normally, according to the space agency.

8-Vikram Lander Jumps On The Moon And Lands Safely Once More In Chandrayaan-3 | Watch

Once again, the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has made history. For the second time, the Vikram Lander successfully touched down on the lunar surface. The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) stated in a tweet that it “ordered the Vikram Lander to fire its engines again, lifting itself by around 40 cm, and made it land safely at a distance of 30-40 cm away. In this video, history is being made.

9-Jasprit Bumrah, an Indian pacer, and his wife Sanjana Ganesan welcome their first child.

On Monday, September 4, sportscaster Sanjana Gansean and Indian cricketer Jasprit Bumrah welcomed their first child. For this unique occasion, Bumrah has returned from Sri Lanka to be with his family. On Monday morning, he announced the good news of their baby’s birth on social media.

10-After his viral “No Holiday” rant video, a Bihar teacher was fired.

A teacher from the Khagaria district of Bihar was fired after a video of him criticizing the administration for calling off the Raksha Bandhan holiday went viral.

11-R Praggnanandhaa: PM Modi Comforted Me a Great Deal

Grandmaster R Praggnanandhaa of India spoke with the media following his return from Baku and shared his impressions of his conversation with Prime Minister Narendra Modi. “PM Modi made me feel completely at ease.

He probed me about my education, my father’s occupation, etc. I had fun talking to him.” In addition to chess, Praggnanandhaa mentioned that he also enjoys cricket, and if he had to choose a favorite player, it would be Ashwin.

12-Actor Gabriel Guevara of “My Fault” fame was detained at the Venice Film Festival; find out why

Due to an alleged sexual assault in France, Spanish actor Gabriel Guevara was detained during the Venice Film Festival; Filming Italy canceled his award.

13-After a momentous space voyage, Sultan al-Neyadi and 3 others return to Earth from the ISS.

Four astronauts made their six-month journey to the International Space Station come to an end early on Monday. Off the coast of Florida, their SpaceX capsule parachuted into the Atlantic. Stephen Bowen and Warren “Woody” Hoburg of NASA, Andrei Fedyaev of Russia, and Sultan al-Neyadi of the United Arab Emirates are the astronauts who have returned to Earth. Sultan al-Neyadi is the first Arab to have spent a significant amount of time in orbit, it should be mentioned.

14-Vivek Ramaswamy, an Indian-American presidential candidate, claims that he and Donald Trump agree on the majority of issues.

Former US President Donald Trump and Indian-American presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy are both running for the Republican party nomination to run in the 2024 election. Ramaswamy, a political novice, claimed that while he and Trump disagree on certain “small” issues, they generally agree on others. Ramaswamy has previously been described by Trump as a “very good” vice president.

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