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1- Indian women’s kabaddi team wins a gold medal in the Asian Games.
The Indian women’s kabaddi team overcame Chinese Taipei by one point in the Asian Games final on Saturday at the Xiaoshan Guali Sports Center, reclaiming the gold medal after a five-year absence.
Chinese Taipei, which had upset the defending champions Iran in the semifinals, ran the Indian women’s team close in the final before winning 26-25 at the conclusion of regulation.
2-Indian men’s hockey team wins gold medals at the Asian Games.
In the men’s hockey tournament final at the Asian Games on Friday, India defeated Japan 5-1 to earn the gold medal and clinch a spot in the 2014 Olympic Games in Paris.
Harmanpreet Singh, the team’s captain, scored twice in the 32nd and 59th minutes. Manpreet Singh, Amit Rohidas, and Abhishek also scored for India in the 25th, 36th, and 48th minutes. Seren Tanaka scored the lone consolation goal for Japan off an indirect penalty corner.
3-Vikram Lander and Pragyan Rover doze off forever as the moon returns to darkness in Chandrayaan-3
As the moon once more turns dark, Chandrayaan-3, India’s ambitious lunar mission, slept indefinitely. With the Sun rising on September 23 in the South Pole, scientists are hope to be able to restart the Vikram Lander and Pragyan Rover.
However, Chandrayaan-3 did not respond even after repeated attempts to wake them up. However, scientists are still optimistic about Chandrayaan-3’s recovery. Astronomer and professor Dr. RC Kapoor told ANI that there is still a 1% chance that the lander and rover will survive.
The lander and rover have done their best, nevertheless, and have given the ISRO enough information. On September 4 and September 2, respectively, the lander and rover were both put into sleep mode.
Chandrayaan-3 achieved a “historic” landing at the lunar South Pole on August 23 after a 40-day space voyage, making India the first nation to accomplish so.
4-ISRO is preparing for India’s first human space flight mission with Mission Gaganyaan.
Mission Gaganyaan is the next mission that ISRO will launch after Chandrayaan-3 and Aditya L-1. The goal of India’s first human space flight mission, Gaganyaan, is to transfer astronauts to and from space safely.
The Flight Test Vehicle Abort Mission-1 (TV-D1) for Mission Gaganyaan is currently being prepared for by ISRO. The Crew Escape System’s functionality will also be tested. Now that it has begun to take shape, the first Crew Module for the Gaganyaan test flight.
The astronauts are housed in the Crew Module, which has a pressurized atmosphere resembling that of Earth.
The solar mission Aditya-L1 was ISRO’s final mission. ‘Aditya-L1’, the first solar mission from ISRO, was launched on September 2 to observe the Sun from point L1. To get to the L1 position, the satellite must travel almost 15 million kilometers.
5 Watch Raghav Chadha’s family in Parineeti Chopra’s “griha-pravesh”
On September 24, Parineeti Chopra wed Raghav Chadha in Udaipur, Rajasthan. There were just family members and close friends present at the private ceremony. Mumbai is slated to host the wedding reception soon.
The Four Folds Pictures official account uploaded a stunning video of Parineeti Chopra’s “griha-pravesh” with the Chadha family on Friday.
6-India creates history at the Asian Games by winning 100 medals.
In a nail-biting championship match, the Indian women’s kabaddi team defeated Chinese Taipei 26-25.
for the nation’s 100th medal at the Hangzhou Asian Games, Hangzhou, on Saturday, to reclaim its title.
In women’s kabaddi, which was first played at the 2010 Asian Games, India won its third gold medal.
India won gold in the 2010 and 2014 competitions, but after falling to Iran in the championship match, India had to settle for silver.
7-Why China Censored the Image of The Women’s 100-Meter Hurdles Gold Medalist Hugging from The ‘Tiananmen’ Photograph at the 7th Asian Games
Why was this picture censored in China? At the 19th Asian Games in China, the gold medallist for China is shown hugging a colleague after the women’s 100-meter hurdles final. However, China took offense to this because the stickers on their lanes formed the number “6 4”, which was interpreted as a reference to June 4, 1989. View to learn more.
8 – PM Modi condemns terrorist attacks in the Jewish nation, saying “India stands with Israel.”
After Hamas militants attacked the nation, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday reaffirmed support for Israel. As Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that Israel is at war, Modi denounced them as “terrorist attacks” in Israel.
“Absolutely surprised to hear of the terrorist assaults in Israel. The innocent victims’ families are in our thoughts and prayers. In this trying hour, we stand with Israel in solidarity,” Modi remarked.
9-Vishal Pinjani, Mr. Gay World India 2023, further information
The victory of Vishal Pinjani, a Kolhapur resident, as Mr. Gay World India 2023 is a significant step in the direction of LGBTQ+ visibility.
10-Asian Games 2023: India Makes History by Winning the Gold in Cricket Against Afghanistan
India won the gold medal in an amazing turn of events at the Asian Games cricket final after rain abruptly ended the play against Afghanistan and forced its postponement. The Indian men’s cricket team triumphed, taking the silver away from Afghanistan.
11-‘Naatu Naatu’ and ‘Shrivalli’ in Sanskrit | Remixes by a Pune-based band
To promote the language in a fun way, a group of Sanskrit language enthusiasts from Pune and Mumbai organized a Sanskrit Music Band. They have produced Sanskrit covers of well-known songs in a variety of languages, and they are becoming more well-known on social media.
12-The world’s longest bi-lane tunnel at the China-India border is almost finished.
The Border Roads Organization (BRO) has completed 90% of the building work on the strategically significant Sela Tunnel in Arunachal Pradesh as part of an aggressive effort to improve connectivity towards the Eastern Sector of the Indo-China border.
Once finished, the tunnel will be the world’s longest bi-lane tunnel at an elevation above 13,000 feet, offering all-weather routes for Tawang’s residents in Arunachal Pradesh. The Sela Tunnel project consists of two tunnels: Tunnel 1, a 1,555-meter twin-tube tunnel, is 1,555 meters longer than Tunnel 1, a 980-meter single-tube tunnel.
13- Will Fight Women’s Quota Bill Until OBC KCR’s Daughter Among Women Covered by Women’s Quota Law
Women’s Reservation Bill: K Kavitha, the leader of Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS), hailed the adoption of the Women’s Reservation Bill in the parliament as a significant victory but vowed to fight for the addition of an OBC subclass.
The keynote speaker for the Bridge India event at Westminster Central Hall in London was Ms. Kavitha, the daughter of Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao. She praised political leaders from all parties for recognizing the importance of women’s representation through the new law.
14-Indian ‘Golden girl’ Jyothi Surekha Vennam wins the women’s compound archery gold medal
As Jyothi Surekha Vennam, Asia’s top compound archer, won her third gold medal of the competition on Saturday, the archers had their sights set only on the gold medal in the Asian Games 2023.
15-Ahmedabad Security Increased Following Threats to Kill PM Modi and Destroy Modi Stadium
In Ahmedabad, where the Narendra Modi stadium will host World Cup cricket matches, security has been stepped up.
This comes after the Ahmedabad cricket stadium and the Prime Minister were threatened with an attack if the government did not pay Rs 500 crore and release infamous gangster Lawrence Bishnoi in an email that was sent to the Mumbai Police on Thursday.