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The Argentine has enjoyed a brilliant launch to life in America

Lionel Messi will be seen in action next on 2nd August when Inter Miami will face off against fellow Florida soccer platoon Orlando City SC in what will be the 32nd round of the 2023 Leagues Cup.

Orlando City made it to the knockout stages as group winners after a hard fought 3- 2 palm over Santos Laguna, with Wilder Cartagena’s cessation- time strike winning Orlando the game at Exploria Stadium. Under the operation of Columbian director Óscar Pareja, Orlando City finished two points in front of Houston Dynamo to eclipse Group South 2.

On the other hand, Inter Miami qualified as the cappers of Group South 3 earlier in a game which marked Messi’s first launch for Miami. They displayed an emotional performance in the round- robin stage, especially with Lionel Messi making a sensational impact. In his first launch for the platoon, Messi racked two pretensions and bagged a help in what was a dominating palm against Atlanta United.

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The match marked a memorable debut for Messi and saw his former Barcelona teammate, Sergio Busquets aiding one of Messi’s pretensions in what was his first launch for Miami as well.

The largely awaited Florida derby will be taking place in Fort Lauderdale in Inter Miami’s home ground of DRV PNK colosseum. The winner of this match will advance to the round of 16 and face either Mazatlán or FC Dallas in the coming stage of the competition.

Lionel Messi and Sergio Busquets are estimated to start the game, Messi’s appearance in Florida has not only brought about a change in Inter Miami’s fortune, and he has changed how football is viewed in the whole country. In his 2 appearances and 1 launch for Inter Miami, he has scored 3 pretensions and 2 assists. Before his appearance, Miami were on an eleven game winless band, now they’ve won 2 games on the trot.

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Scientists have found out two stars with mysterious parcels. The astronomers set up the Elysian objects emitting radio swells about every 20 minutes. The most common repeating signals come from pulsars, rotating neutron stars that emit energetic shafts like lighthouses, causing them to blink on and off as they rotate towards and down from the Earth, according to National Geographic. Scientists are assuming that they may represent a new type of astral object.

The two stars which were blazoned in the journal Nature spin much more sluggishly than any given neutron star and they’ve other odd traits as well.

Astronomer Natasha Hurley- Walker of Curtin University in Bentley, Western Australia said,” We’re all still relatively amazed and intrigued and thwarted.”

The scientists set up out about the riddle in 2021 after they discovered a sluggishly repeating radio palpitation bedded in archival data from 2018. The object was blinking for three months but soon the exertion had failed down and it came unnoticeable in the skies.

According to a paper published in the journal Nature, the scientists suggested that the object could be a rare type of magentar and named it GLEAM- XJ162759.5-523504.3. The star transferred out a palpitation every 18 minutes rather of every many seconds like known magnetars.

The scientists also started looking for other analogous objects in the space. In June 2022, Natasha Hurley- Walker and her platoon observed the night sky for three nights with the Murchison Wide field Array in Western Australia, they set up a radio spark every 21 minutes.

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Automaker Maruti Suzuki India’s net profit for the quarter ended June 2023 on Monday surged further than 2-fold time- on- time (YoY) to Rs 2,485 crore, and was slightly advanced than the ET Now Poll of Rs 2,444 crore.

The profit from operations rose 22% on time to Rs 32,327 crore and was advanced than the estimated Rs 31,778 crore.

The country’s largest automaker vended 498,030 units during the quarter, which was6.4 %advanced than the time- ago period. Deals in the domestic request rose 9% on time to units, while exports declined 9% on time to 63,218 units.

“Deficit of electronic factors in the quarter redounded in over 28,000 vehicles not being produced, ” the company said in a release.

The pending client orders stood at about 3, 55,000 vehicles at the end of the quarter, and the company is making sweats to serve these orders presto.

The steep growth in the net profit during the quarter was on account of larger deals volume, bettered consummation, cost reduction sweats, and advancednon-operating income The company’s profit, banning other operating income, at Rs 30,845 crore was the loftiest- ever daily deals it has reserved

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PM to handover and lay foundation gravestone of houses constructed under PMAY and also inaugurate Waste to Energy Plant

PM to be granted Lokmanya Tilak National Award.

Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi will visit Pune, Maharashtra on 1st August. At around 11 AM, Prime Minister will perform Darshan and Pooja at Dagdusheth Mandir. At 1145 AM, he’ll be conferred Lokmanya Tilak National Award. Later, at 1245 PM, Prime Minister will flag off metro trains and inaugurate and lay the foundation gravestone of colorful development systems.

Prime Minister will flag off Metro trains marking induction of services on completed sections of the two corridors of Pune Metro Phase I. These sections are from Phugewadi station to Civil Court station and Garware College station to Ruby Hall Clinic station. Foundation Stone of the design was also laid by the Prime Minister in 2016. The new sections will connect important places of the Pune megacity like Shivaji Nagar, Civil Court, Pune Municipal Corporation office, Pune RTO and Pune Railway Station. The induction is an important step towards realising the vision of the Prime Minister to give the citizens with ultramodern and terrain-friendly mass rapid-fire civic transport systems across the country.

The design of some of the metro stations on the route draws alleviation from Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj. The Chhatrapati Sambhaji Udyan Metro Station and Deccan Gymkhana metro stations have a unique design suggesting the hat worn by dogfaces of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj- also known as “ Mavala Pagadi. ” The Shivaji Nagar underground Metro station has a distinctive design which reminds of the castles erected by Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj.

Another unique point is that the Civil Court metro station is one of the deepest metro stations in the country, having the deepest point at33.1 m. The station roof is made in such a manner that direct sun falls on the platform.

Prime Minister will inaugurate the Waste to Energy Plant under Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation (PCMC). Developed at a cost of about Rs 300 crores, it’ll use up about2.5 lakh MT of waste annually to produce electricity.

Moving ahead towards the charge of achieving casing for All, Prime Minister will handover further than 1280 houses constructed under Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana by PCMC. He’ll also handover further than 2650 PMAY houses constructed by Pune Municipal Corporation. Further, Prime Minister will also lay the foundation gravestone of around 1190 PMAY houses to be constructed by PCMC, and of over 6400 houses constructed by Pune Metropolitan Region Development Authority.

Prime Minister will be conferred Lokmanya Tilak National Award. The Award was constituted by Tilak Smarak Mandir Trust in 1983, to recognize the heritage of Lokmanya Tilak. The award is given to people who have worked for the progress and development of nation and whose donation can only be looked upon as remarkable and extraordinary. It’s presented every time on the 1st of August- Lokmanya Tilak’s death anniversary.

Prime Minister will come the 41st philanthropist of the award. It has preliminarily been presented to luminaries’ similar asDr. Shankar Dayal Sharma, Shri Pranab Mukherjee, Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee,Mrs. Indira Gandhi,Dr. Manmohan Singh, ShriN.R. Narayana Murthy,Dr.E. Sreedharan among others.

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State Governments along with Oil Palm recycling companies are sharing in Mega Plantation Drive for Oil Palm Cultivation to cover an area of roughly 7750 hectare.

With an end to increase the oil painting win product area to 10 lakh ha. And boost the Crude Palm Oil product to11.20 lakh tonnes by 2025- 26, the Government of India launched National Mission for Edible Canvases- oil painting win in August 2021. In addition to the pronounced growth in product of comestible canvases, the Mission is also successfully leading India towards an ‘ Aatma Nirbhar Bharat ’ by reducing the import burden. Under the Mission, the State Governments along with Oil Palm recycling companies have initiated a Mega oil painting Palm Plantation drive from 25th July 2023 to further increase the oil painting win civilization in the country. Three major oil painting win processing companies, videlicet, Patanjali FoodPvt.Ltd., Godrej Agrovet, and 3F are laboriously promoting and sharing with the growers in their separate countries for record area expansion.

The Mega colony drive commenced on 25th July 2023 and will continue till 12th August 2023. The major oil painting win growing countries, videlicet, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Tamil Nadu, Odisha, Karnataka, Goa, Assam, Tripura, Nagaland, Mizoram, and Arunachal Pradesh will be sharing in this action.

The drive started on 25th of July 2023 in the Rest of India (RoI) states i.e. Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Tamilnadu, Odisha, Goa, Karnataka, and will continue till08-08-2023 and will cover an area of nearly 7000 ha. Area out of which further than 6500 ha. Is targeted to be covered by Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.

In the North- Eastern Region (NER) countries similar as Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Tripura, Mizoram, and Nagaland, the drive started on 27th of July 2023 and will continue till 12th August 2023, in 19 sections, covering further than 750 ha. Of area.

The Government of Assam is targeting to cover an area of further than 75 ha. Of the 8 sections during the Mega Plantation Drive from 27th July 2023 till 05th August 2023. The sharing companies in this drive for the state are Godrej AgrovetLtd., Patanjali FoodsPvt. Ltd, and 3F oil painting Palm Ltd. And KE Cultivation.

The Government of Arunachal Pradesh is targeting to cover an area of nearly 700 ha. Across 6 sections during the drive from 29th July 2023 till 12th August 2023. The sharing companies in this drive for the state are 3FPvt. Ltd. And Patanjali FoodsPvt.Ltd

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New Delhi Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday spoke about the imminent the launch of a crusade to recognize India’s martyred men and women. Addressing the nation on ‘ Mann Ki Baat ’, the high minister said as part of the crusade, several programmes will be organised across the country in memory of killers.
“ In the memory of these luminaries, special eulogies will also be installed in lakhs of vill panchayats. Under this crusade, an ‘ Amrit Kalash Yatra ’ will also be organised across the country. This yatra, carrying soil in 7500 coffins from every corner of the country, will reach Delhi. It’ll also carry with it saplings from different corridor of the country. An ‘ Amrit Vatika ’ will be erected near the National War Memorial by fusing the soil and saplings. This ‘ Amrit Vatika ’ will also come a grand symbol of ‘ Ek Bharat Shresth Bharat ’,” he said. Ahead of India’s 77th Independence Day on 15 August, Modi said the country should flash back those who lay down their lives for its freedom.
Modi added, “ I’ve also entered a large number of similar letters this time that give a lot of satisfaction to the mind. These letters have been written by those Muslim women who have lately come from Haj passage. This trip of theirs is veritably special in numerous ways. These are women who have performed Hajj without any manly companion or mehram, and the number isn’t fifty or hundred, but further than four thousand. This is a huge metamorphosis,” he said. He noted that the changes that have been made to the Hajj policy in the once many times have been ‘ largely appreciated ’.
In his yearly address to the nation, the high minister also talked about the recent heavy rains and cataracts in corridor of the country and conceded the part of the National Disaster Response Force( NDRC) and original administrations in combating the disasters.
“ The month of July means the month of thunderstorm, the month of rain. The once many days have been full of anxiety and rigors on account of natural disasters. Owing to flooding in numerous gutters including the Yamuna, people in numerous areas have had to suffer. Landslides have also passed in hilly areas. Meanwhile, in the western part of the country, Cyclone Biparjoy also hit the areas of Gujarat some time agone . But musketeers, in the midst of these disasters, all of us countrymen have formerly again brought to the fore the power of collaborative trouble. The original people, our NDRF jawans, those from the original administration have worked day and night to combat similar disasters.”

He also said that the US has returned further than 100 rare and ancient vestiges to India. “ A nearly thousand- time-old citation statue of Lord Ganesha has also been returned to India. An hero of Uma- Maheshwara in Lalitasan is said to be of the 11th century. Two gravestone icons of Jain Tirthankaras have also come back to India. Two icons of Bhagwan Surya Dev will also enthrall you. One of these is made of sandstone. Among the particulars returned is a panel made of wood, which brings to the fore the story of the churning of the ocean. This panel is from the 16th- 17th century and is associated with south India.”
Modi, still, didn’t mention the extremity situation in Manipur in his address. His silence on the issue over the once couple of months has drawn review from the opposition. On Friday, Congress leader Jairam Ramesh wrote on Twitter “ The wrathfulness, anxiety, anguish, pain and anguish of the people of Manipur feel to make absolutely no difference to the Prime Minister. While he’s busy harkening to his own voice and forcing down his ‘ Mann ki Baat ’ on crores of Indians, the 21 MP delegation of ‘ Team INDIA ’ is talking about Manipur ki Baat with the Governor of Manipur.”

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In 1973, the Government of India organised Project Tiger, an ambitious, holistic conservation design, aimed at securing the nation’s tiger population and conserving biodiversity. Over the history fifty times, Project Tiger has achieved estimable success, making significant strides in tiger conservation. Originally covering nine tiger reserves gauging 18,278 km2, the design has flourished into a remarkable accomplishment with 53 reserves spread across 75,796 km, successfully covering2.3 of India’s total land area.

India presently harbours nearly 75 of the world’s wild tiger population.

The first phase of tiger conservation in the 1970s concentrated on making the Wildlife Protection Act and establishing defended areas for tiger and tropical timbers. Still, the 1980s saw a decline due to expansive coddling. In response, the government initiated the alternate phase in 2005, espousing a geography- position approach, community involvement & support, enforcing strict law enforcement, and using ultramodern technology for scientific monitoring to insure tiger conservation. This approach not only led to an increase in the tiger population, but also had several critical issues that included the designation of exempt critical core and buffer areas, the identification of new tiger reserves, and the recognition of tiger geographies and corridors.

The monitoring exercise inculcated scientific thinking amongst timber staff and employment of technology assured translucency of data collection and analysis. India distributed tiger territories into five major geographies grounded on biogeography and interconnectivity, enabling effective ecological and operation- grounded strategies.

With significant changes in the spatial patterns of tiger circumstance and an increase in unique tiger sightings from 2461 in 2018 to 3080 in 2022, now further than 3/ 4th of the tiger population is set up within defended areas.

On April 9, 2022, during the festivity of 50 times of the Project Tiger at Mysore, Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi declared the minimal tiger population of 3167, which is the population estimate from the camera- trapped area. Now, farther analysis of data, done by the Wildlife Institute of India, from both camera- trapped and on-camera-trapped tiger presence areas, the upper limit of the tiger population is estimated to be 3925 and the average number is 3682 tiger , reflecting a estimable periodic growth rate of6.1 per annum.

Central India and the Shivalik Hills and Gangetic Plains witnessed a notable increases in tiger population, particularly in the countries of Madhya Pradesh, Uttarakhand, and Maharashtra.

still, certain regions, similar as the Western Ghats, educated localized declines, challenging targeted monitoring and conservation sweats.

Some countries, including Mizoram, Nagaland, Jharkhand, Goa, Chhattisgarh, and Arunachal Pradesh, have reported disquieting trends with small tiger populations.

The largest tiger population of 785 is in Madhya Pradesh, followed by Karnataka( 563) & Uttarakhand( 560), and Maharashtra( 444).

The tiger cornucopia within the Tiger Reserve is loftiest in Corbett( 260), followed by Bandipur( 150), Nagarhole( 141), Bandhavgarh( 135), Dudhwa( 135), Mudumalai( 114), Kanha( 105), Kaziranga( 104), Sundarbans( 100), Tadoba( 97), Sathyamangalam( 85), and Pench- MP( 77).

colorful tiger reserves have shown remarkable growth, while others face challenges. roughly 35 of the tiger reserves urgently bear enhanced protection measures, niche restoration, ungulate addition, and posterior tiger reintroduction.

To save ecological integrity, there’s need to explosively continueeco-friendly development docket, minimize mining impacts, and rehabilitate mining spots. also, fortifying defended area operation, enhancinganti-poaching measures, employing scientific thinking and technology- driven data collection, and addressing mortal- wildlife conflict are vital way to cover the country’s tiger populations.

India’s Project Tiger has made tremendous progress in tiger conservation over the once five decades, but challenges like coddling is still a trouble to tiger conservation. Continued sweats to cover tiger territories and corridors are pivotal for securing the future of India’s tiger and their ecosystems for generations to come.

On the occasion of the Global Tiger Day celebrated at the Corbett Tiger Reserve moment, 29 July 2023, a detailed report was released by Union MoS Shri Ashwini Kumar Choubey. In this program CM Uttarakhand and Union MOS Ministry of Defence and Ministry of Tourism Shri Ajay Bhatt also shared besides officers from tiger range countries, MoEFCC and NTCA.

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Sunil Chhetri celebrates thing in Hero Intercontinental Cup 2023 final against Lebanon at The Kalinga Stadium, Bhubaneswar Gurpreet Singh Sandhu Sandesh Jhingan Asian Games names not in team Kalyan Chaubey request organisers

The AIFF President has requested their delegation for the Asian Games.

Sunil Chhetri, Gurpreet Singh Sandhu, and Sandesh Jhingan, the prominent leaders of Indian football, have been specially absent from the sanctioned list of athletes representing the country in the forthcoming Asian Games in Hangzhou, China. In the men’s football order, the platoon must correspond substantially of players under the age of 23, but they’re allowed to include three players aged 23 or over. The women’s platoon, on the other hand, don’t have any age restrictions.

A many days back Khel Now had revealed that these three elderly players will be a part of the Asian Games team. still, unexpectedly, their names weren’t included in the list of athletes participated with the organizers for the event, and the deadline for submission was July 15.

The men’s football contingent consists of 22 players in total, and it has been revealed that the IOA and Chaubey have tête-à-tête appealed to the Asiad organizers to make an exception and entitlement delegation to these players. Chaubey admitted that their names were inadvertently neglected from the original list transferred to the organizers during their donation to the sports ministry officers, seeking concurrence for the football brigades ’ participation in the Asian Games. As the head of the AIFF, he tête-à-tête interposed to insure their names were added to gain delegation.

“ When we( AIFF’s trainers, specialized officers and support staff members and confederation officers) had made a donation to the sports ministry’s officers requesting for the football brigades ’( men and women) concurrence for the Asiad, we did n’t realise that their names( Chhetri, Sandhu and Jhingan) weren’t in the original list of athletes transferred to the organisers, ” Kalyan Chaubey told TOI on Friday( July 28).

He added, “ When I realized this( elision), being the head of the association( AIFF), I took up the matter tête-à-tête to insure that their names were added so that they could get the delegation. Their names have been transferred to the organizers. The people concerned who made the donation to the ministry should have known about this. As the confederation chairman, I demanded to intrude. ”

before, the participation of the men’s and women’s football brigades in the Asian Games was uncertain due to the sports ministry’s criterion of opting brigades ranked in the top 8 in the mainland. still, the ministry ultimately cleared both brigades and allowed their participation.

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The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi inaugurated Akhil Bhartiya Shiksha Samagam at Bharat Mandapam in Delhi moment. It coincides with the 3rd anniversary of National Education Policy 2020. He also released the first investiture of finances under the PM SHRI Scheme. 6207 seminaries entered the first investiture with a total amounting to 630 crore Rupees. He also released education and skill class books restated into 12 Indian languages. The Prime Minister also took a walkthrough of the exhibition showcased on the occasion.

Addressing the gathering, the Prime Minister underscored the supremacy of education among the factors that can change the fortune of the nation. “Our education system has a huge part in achieving the pretensions with which 21st century India is moving”, he said. Emphasizing the significance of the Akhil Bhartiya Shiksha Samagam, the Prime Minister said that discussion and dialogue are important for education. The Prime Minister mentioned the coexistence of the last Akhil Bhartiya Shiksha Samagam taking place in the recently constructed Rudraksha convention center of Varanasi and this time’s Akhil Bhartiya Shiksha Samagam taking place in the brand new Bharat Mandapam. This is the first event at the Mandapam after its formal induction.

From the Rudraksha of Kashi to the ultramodern Bharat Mandapam, the Prime Minister said that there’s a retired communication in the trip of Akhil Bhartiya Shiksha Samagam of admixture of ancient and ultramodern. He said that on the one hand, the educational system of India is conserving the ancient traditions of the land while on the other hand, the nation is fast progressing in the field of wisdom and technology. The Prime Minister complimented those who have contributed to the education sector for the progress made so far. Noting that moment marks the third anniversary of the National Educational Policy, the Prime Minister thanked the intellectualists, academicians and preceptors for taking this up as a charge and contributing towards the immense progress. Speaking about the exhibition showcased on the occasion, the Prime Minister stressed the display of chops and education and innovative ways. He touched upon the transubstantiating face of education and training in the country where small children are learning via sportful gests and expressed sanguinity for the same. He also prompted the guests to explore the exhibition.

The Prime Minister said that time- making changes take some time. Recalling the vast oil to be covered at the time of the induction of the NEP, the Prime Minister praised the fidelity and amenability to embrace new generalities of all the stakeholders. He said that in NEP traditional knowledge and futuristic technologies have been given the same significance. He mentioned the hard work of the stakeholders from the world of education for the new class in primary education, books in indigenous languages, for advanced education and for strengthening the exploration ecosystem in the country. He said scholars now understand that in place of the 10 2 system now the 5 3 3 4 system is in operation. Education will begin at the age of 3 bringing uniformity in the entire country. He also informed that the Cabinet has approved the preface of the National Research Foundation Bill in the Parliament. The National Curriculum Framework under the NEP will come soon. The frame for 3- 8 times old scholars is ready. The entire country will have a invariant syllabus and NCERT is preparing new course books for this. The Prime Minister informed that new books of about 130 colorful subjects are coming up for classes 3 to 12 in 22 different languages as a result of education being communicated in indigenous languages.

The Prime Minister refocused out that the biggest injustice to any pupil is judging them grounded on their language rather of their capabilities. “Education in the mama lingo is initiating a new form of justice for the scholars in India. It’s also a veritably significant step towards social justice”, the Prime Minister remarked. Noting the multitude of languages in the world and their significance, the Prime Minister underscored that numerous advanced nations of the world have got the edge owing to their original language. Giving the illustration of Europe, the Prime Minister said that utmost countries make use of their own native languages. He lamented that indeed though India has an array of established languages, they were presented as a sign of backwardness, and those who couldn’t speak English were neglected and their bents weren’t recognised. As a result, the Prime Minister said, the children of the pastoral areas remained most affected. He emphasized that the country has now begun to duck this belief with the arrival of the National Educational Policy. “Indeed at the UN, I speak in Indian language”, Shri Modi added.

The Prime Minister underscored that subjects ranging from social wisdom to engineering will now be tutored in Indian languages. “When the scholars are confident in a language, their chops and gift will crop without any restrictions”, Shri Modi said. He also refocused out that those who try to politicize language for their own selfish interests will now have to shut their shops. “National Educational Policy will give due respect and credit to every language in the country”, he said.

The Prime Minister said that we’ve to produce an energetic new generation in the coming 25 times of Amrit Kaal. A generation free from the intelligence of slavery, eager for inventions and ready to bring laurels in fields from wisdom to sports, willing to skill themselves as per the requirements of the 21st century, a generation filled with a sense of duty. “NEP will play a big part in this ”, he said.

The Prime Minister said among the colorful parameters of quality education, India’s big trouble is for equivalency. “Priority of NEP is that every youth of India should get the same education and the same occasion for education”, he said, emphasizing that this isn’t limited to opening seminaries. He emphasized that equivalency should be extended to coffers along with education. This, he said, means that every child should get options as per choice and capacity. “Equality in education means that no child is deprived of education due to place, class, and region”, he said. He refocused out that thousands of seminaries are being upgraded under the PM SHRI Scheme. “In the age of 5G, these ultramodern seminaries will be a medium of ultramodern education”, he added. He mentioned Eklavya Schools in ethnical townlets, Internet installations in townlets and scholars entering education through modes like DIKSHA, SWAYAM and Swayamprabha. “Now, In India, the gap of coffers demanded for education is being covered fleetly”, he said.

The Prime Minister stressed the way for integrating vocational education with general education and the ways of making education more intriguing and interactive. Pointing out that the installation of labs and practicals were limited to a sprinkle of seminaries before, the Prime Minister threw light on Atal Tinkering Labs where further than 75 lakh scholars are learning about wisdom and invention. “Science is simplifying itself for everyone. It’s these youthful scientists that will shape the future of the country by leading significant systems and turn India into an exploration mecca of the world”, he said.

“Any reform requires courage, and the presence of courage leads to the birth of new possibilities”, Shri Modi said as he underscored that the world is looking at India as a nursery of new possibilities. The Prime Minister gave exemplifications of software technology and space tech and said that it isn’t easy to contend with India’s capability. Speaking about defence technology, the Prime Minister said that India’s model of ‘low cost’ and ‘stylish quality’ is sure to be a megahit. He emphasized that the respect for India’s education system has significantly increased in the world with the increase in India’s artificial character and incipiency growth ecosystem. He noted that the number of Indian institutes is adding in all the global rankings and informed about two IIT premises opening up in Zanzibar and Abu Dhabi. “Numerous other countries are also prompting us to open IIT premises in their own countries”, he said. He also touched upon numerous global universities willing to open their premises in India due to the positive changes coming in the education ecosystem. He informed that two Australian universities are about to open their premises in Gujarat’s GIFT City. Shri Modi emphasized strengthening educational institutions continuously and working towards making them unborn-ready. He stressed the need to make India’s institutes, universities, seminaries and sodalities as the center of this revolution.

The Prime Minister emphasized that “erecting able youth is the biggest guarantee of erecting a strong nation” and parents and preceptors play a major part in that. He appealed to preceptors and parents to prepare scholars for confident curiosity and breakouts of imagination. “We’ve to keep an eye on the future and suppose with a futuristic mindset. We’ve to free the children from the pressure of books”, he said.

The Prime Minister talked about the responsibility that growing global curiosity in a strong India places on us. He reminded about acquainting the scholars of the significance of Yoga, Ayurveda, art and literature. He concluded by reminding the preceptors about the significance of the current generation of scholars in India’s trip to a ‘ Viksit Bharat ’ in 2047.

Union Minister for Education and Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Shri Dharmendra Pradhan was present on the occasion among others.


Guided by the vision of the Prime Minister, NEP 2020 was launched with a view to prepare the youth and prepare them for leading the country in Amrit Kaal. It aims to prepare them for meeting the challenges of the future while keeping them predicated in introductory mortal values. During the three times of its perpetration the policy has brought radical metamorphosis in the realms of academy, advanced and skill education. The two- day programme, being held on 29th and 30th July, will give a platform for academics, sector experts, policymakers, assiduity representatives, preceptors and scholars from seminaries, advanced education and skilling institutions, among others, to partake their perceptivity, success stories and stylish practices in enforcing the NEP 2020 and work out strategies for taking it further ahead.

The Akhil Bhartiya Shiksha Samagam will include sixteen sessions, in which conversations will be held on themes including Access to Quality Education and Governance, Equitable and Inclusive Education, Issues of Socio- Economically underprivileged Group, National Institute Ranking Framework, Indian knowledge System, Internationalisation of Education, among others.

During the programme, the Prime Minister released the first investiture of finances under the PM SHRI Scheme. These seminaries will nurture scholars in a way that they come engaged, productive, and contributing citizens for erecting an indifferent, inclusive, and plural society as imaged by National Education Policy (NEP) 2020. The Prime Minister also released education and skill class books restated into 12 Indian languages.

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July 2023 is on track to be the hottest month ever recorded on Earth, according to U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres, citing data from the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) and the European Union’s Copernicus Climate Change Service.

The global average temperature for July 2023 was 1.54 degrees Celsius above the pre-industrial average, making it the highest monthly average temperature on record, surpassing the previous record set in July 2019.

The record-breaking temperatures are a “stark reminder” of the urgent need to take action on climate change, said Guterres. He called on countries to “step up their efforts” to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to mitigate the consequences of climate change, which are already being felt around the world.

Heatwaves, droughts, floods, and wildfires are becoming more frequent and intense, causing widespread damage and displacement, and putting people’s lives at risk.

Guterres emphasized that “we are at a crossroads.” We can either continue on our current path, which will lead to even more extreme weather events and rising sea levels, or we can take action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and avert the worst effects of climate change.

The WMO predicts that the annual average near-surface global temperature between 2023 and 2027 will be more than 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels for at least one year, with a 98% likelihood that at least one of the next five years, and the five-year period as a whole, will be the warmest on record..

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