Latest News, Breaking News, Global News- October 2, 2023
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1-Ankit Baiyanpuria, a fitness legend known for the “75 Hard Challenge,” remembers his trip and meeting with PM
On October 1, social media influencer Ankit Baiyanpuria of the “75 Hard Challenge” met with Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Ankit Baiyanpuriya and I did the same today as the country focused on Swachhata, PM Modi posted on X. Beyond only hygiene, we included wellness and fitness in the mix as well.
It is all about that Swachh and Swasth Bharat vibe!” Baiyanpuria discussed his interactions with PM Modi while speaking to ANI.
Washington, DC: On October 1, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar shared a video on social media site X, capping off his week-long tour to the United States. In it, he discussed some of the highlights of his journey. Jaishankar tagged a video with the title “India and US: Expanding Horizons” in a post on X.
As I wrap up my trip to Washington, D.C. The film featured snippets from Jaishankar’s discussions with US Secretaries of State Antony Blinken, Defense, and Commerce, as well as Trade Representative Katherine Tai, in Washington, DC.
3-India surpasses the 50-medal threshold at the 2023 Asian Games and wins 15 medals on day 8
China is hosting the Asian Games. On day eight of the Asian Games, India won three gold medals. When it came to winning the men’s 5000-meter steeplechase and giving India its first track and field gold medal, Avinash Sable was in a class by himself.
Just a few minutes later, shot putter Tajinderpal Singh Toor contributed to the total and successfully defended his Jakarta 2018 gold title. Indian athletes choose 15 medals on Day 8—3 Gold, 7 Silver, and 5 Bronze.
4-Congressman Rahul Gandhi performs a “Sewa” in Amritsa’s Golden Temple.
Rahul Gandhi, a Congressman from Amritsar, offered ‘Sewa’ on Monday after bowing at the Golden Temple. The Congressman was observed at the Golden Temple washing dishes as part of the sewa. Raja Waring, the head of the Punjab Congress, claimed earlier today that Rahul Gandhi is traveling for a personal, spiritual pilgrimage.
5-Vithya Ramraj equals PT Usha’s record and advances to the final at the Asian Games in 2023.
Indian athlete Vithya Ramraj put on an outstanding effort at the Asian Games. The 25-year-old hurdler qualified directly for the final with a time in the women’s 400m hurdles heats of 55.42 seconds, a personal best.
This accomplishment was especially noteworthy because it tied the national record set by PT Usha, a legendary Indian track and field athlete. The record held by PT Usha remained unchallenged for almost 40 years.
6-The ‘Architect Of Modern India-U.S. Relations’ receives high praise from seven top Biden officials.
High-ranking representatives of US President Joe Biden praised India’s Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar, with one of them even referring to him as the “architect of the modern India-US relations”. “Jaishankar is the architect of contemporary US-India relations, and I have known him for a very long time in many different positions.
At a celebration for EAM Jaishankar, Richard Verma, the deputy US secretary of state, remarked, “Without the external affairs minister, your leadership, we would not be in the strong position that we are today.
7-Neha Kakkar’s Performance Lights Up The Stage
Launch of BSI Season 10: Singer Neha Kakkar delivered one of her spectacular finest performances during the premiere of BSI Season 10.
8-Moka Koza, a rapper and songwriter, dazzles with his songs with a purpose
Moka Koza, a singer, is creating a music CD for Reckitt’s The Bird and Bees Talk program, which aims to enlighten and empower teenagers about sexual health, sexual risk behavior, gender equality, and diversity as part of the launch of BSI Season 10.
9–Drew Weissman and Kathalin Kariko won the Nobel Prize in Medicine
(2 Oct 2023) On Monday, two scientists shared the Nobel Prize in medicine for their contributions to the advancement of COVID-19 mRNA vaccines. Professor Katalin Karikó holds dual appointments at the University of Pennsylvania and Hungary’s Sagan’s University.
At the University of Pennsylvania, Drew Weissman collaborated with Karikó to conduct his award-winning research.