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1. India-Russia: Jaishankar Visits St. Petersburg’s Rabindranath Tagore School
Go on a cultural excursion with External Affairs Minister Jaishankar as he visits the Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore school in St. Petersburg, Russia.
Examine the cultural and diplomatic links that exist between Russia and India.
2. Island Tourism Festival 2023: A View of the Vivacious Celebrations in Nicobar and Andaman Islands!
Take part in the vibrant celebrations of the 2023 Island Tourism Festival!
Come celebrate with us for five days in Port Blair, Andaman, and Nicobar as we highlight the splendor and diversity of this tropical paradise’s culture.
3. IPS As the First Woman Chief of the CISF, Nina Singh Makes History
Nina Singh, an IPS officer from the 1989 Rajasthan cadre, has been appointed as the first female Director General of the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF), a historic appointment.
Come take a close look at Nina Singh’s incredible journey, which began with her early years in the IPS and included her time as a Joint Director in the CBI.
Gender representation in India’s security services is at a historic turning point with this significant reorganization of the central paramilitary command.
Watch this space for details on Nina Singh’s accomplishments and the importance of her new position leading CISF.
4-Another US state prevents Trump from running in the presidential primary after Colorado
After the top election official declared that former president Donald Trump was disqualified due to his participation in the January 2021 attack on the US Capitol, the US state of Maine barred him from participating in its Republican presidential primary on Thursday.
5-In The Next Five Years, ISRO Will Launch Fifty Satellites: S Somanath
According to S Somanath, chairman of the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), India plans to launch 50 satellites in the next five years for the purpose of gathering geointelligence.
This will involve building a layer of satellites in various orbits that will be able to track troop movements and image thousands of kilometers of territory.
On social media, images of a teacher and one of her kids have gone viral and sparked intense emotions from people.
The “photoshoot” happened during a study tour, and the teacher is from Murugamalla’s government high school, according to Deccan Herald. In the meantime, the pupil is in Class 10.
In one of the pictures, the teacher is seen lifting the student up and giving her hugs and kisses. Amit Singh Rajawat shared the photo collage on X, formerly Twitter.
7-Amit Shah Announces The Dissolution Of ULFA Following Historic Peace Accord
One of the largest rebel organizations in the northeast has been put to rest with the signing of a tripartite peace agreement in Delhi by the Center, the Assam administration, and the United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA).
8-India Requests Extradition of 26/11 Mastermind Hafiz Saeed, Sending Request To Pakistan
Arindam Bagchi, a spokesman for the foreign ministry, told reporters today that India has filed a request to Pakistan to extradite 26/11 Mumbai terror incident mastermind Hafiz Saeed to India.
9-Jaishankar Visits St. Petersburg’s Tagore Memorial School
S Jaishankar, the minister of external affairs, honored Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore on Friday by visiting a school bearing his name in St Petersburg, Russia.
10-Hamas Attack: Biden Reacts to US Woman Confirmed Dead, Thought to Be a Hostage | Israel
US President Joe Biden conveyed his profound sorrow over the passing of another American citizen while held captive by Hamas. Israeli Kibbutz verified that Judith Weinstein, 70, had been killed by Hamas.
According to Israel, Judith was killed on October 7th, during the bloodiest onslaught on Israeli towns by Hamas. After being shot, Judith was abducted by Hamas militants.
Israeli officials declared her husband Gad Haggai deceased last week.
11–2023: AI Laws, ChatGPT, Bard, Google Gemini, and Deepfakes in the Year of AI
If these two letters didn’t take center stage in your 2023, A.I., what did?
That was the year that major investments in artificial intelligence (AI) were made by Google, Microsoft, Amazon, and Meta. Thanks to ChatGPT, Bard, and Google Gemini, AI is now well-known.
However, Elon Musk also acknowledged that there is a negative aspect, with deepfakes causing job losses and 2023 being dubbed the year of artificial intelligence.
12-A Company in Hyderabad Makes Magnificent Wooden Doors for the Ram Temple | Ram Temple Opening
Anuradha Timbers of Hyderabad has constructed 118 beautifully designed wooden doors for the soon-to-be-inaugurated Ram temple in Ayodhya, in a truly impressive demonstration of artistry.
The intricate gold plating of eighteen of these doors enhances the majesty of the inner sanctum of temple.
The centuryold lumber company was selected due to its outstanding artisanal abilities; in just three months, they completed a task that normally took six to eight months.
These doors are scheduled to be installed in January 2024, in conjunction with the temple’s official opening.
13-Rajinikanth laments the passing of Vijayakanth, saying, “My heart hurts, he had a strong will.”
Tragically, well-liked DMDK Chief Captain Vijayakanth has passed away.
After battling COVID, pneumonia, and various other health issues, the Tamil celebrity passed away. Supporters have been so devastated by his passing that a large number of them have gathered outside Vijayakanth’s Chennai home to grieve.
14-Cong distributes a QR code for “Donate for Desh” to collect money; five “lucky donors” will get to meet Rahul
At the ‘Hain Taiyyar Hum’ event in Nagpur, the Congress party places QR codes under chairs in an attempt to generate money for the 2024 elections.
This is an effort within the Grand Old Party’s ‘Donate for Desh’ crowdsourcing campaign. Look!