The G20 Summit is all set to begin in Delhi, and arrangements are being made for all the VVIPs and international guests. According to sources, the grand event is organized at the sprawling Bharat Mandapam at New Delhi's Pragati Maidan from September 9-10. Showcasing India's rich culture, over 200 artisans, in 50,000 man-hours, crafted 15,000 silver and gold plated utensils, used to serve leaders and heads of state.
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Recently, the Government of India is likely to pass a resolution for the name change of India to Bharat. If implemented and approved in the special parliament session, the name change will be a major issue for India and Indians. As per expert, the resultant cost is a huge amount. For the fiscal ended 2023, India's revenue receipts were Rs 23.84 lakh crore, including tax and non-tax revenue.
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The Government of India is likely to introduce a resolution, renaming India as Bharat. The decision came after the official invite to the G20 Heads of State and ministers for a dinner being hosted by President by Droupadi Murmu with the heading President of Bharat. The BJP-led Central Government will hold a special session, to pass a resolution for India to rename as Bharat, to avoid I.N.D.I.A. alliance confusion.
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Syeda Lulu Minhaj Zaidi, a native of Telangana, was found starving and helpless on the streets of Chicago, USA. She went to USA for her master's at TRINE University in Detroit, Chicago. Things were fine, but for the past two months, she lost contact with her family, after her belonging, certificates and other documents were stolen and fell into depression. Syeda's mother urged the interference of government to bring her daughter.
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In a significant relief to the Indian citizens, commercial LPG cylinders in India have been cut by Rs 83.50, according to the official Indian Oil website the new prices are in effect from June 1. However, the cost of 14.2-kg domestic gas cylinders has not been changed. Last month, the cost of commercial LPG cylinders was cut by Rs 172, but the price of domestic cylinders was unchanged.
To commemorate the launch of the new parliament building, the Union Government announced to launch a Rs 75 coin. The Union Finance Ministry issued a notification and confirmed the launch of the coin, which will be of 35 gm, 44 mm in diameter. The front side of the coin will feature the Lion Capital of the Ashoka Pillar with ‘Satyamev Jayate’ written. The coin will be launched on May 28.… read-more
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Stand-up comedian Kunal Kamra has moved the Bombay High Court, against the recent IT rules of the Central Government. Under the new IT rules, content including government data needs approval by centre formed organization. Reacting to this rule, Kamra in his plea said, "The impugned rules are manifestly arbitrary, against the most fundamental principles of natural justice". The court asked for details of the rules, with factual and reasons.… read-more
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The Central Government distances itself from the ongoing Hindenburg and Adani Groups issue, in the ongoing Lok Sabha parliament session. On February 3, the opposition raised the issue of Adani Groups' accounting fraud and demanded a probe. Reacting to the statements, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi said, "opposition is raising the issue because they have no other issue to raise." He added, the Government has nothing to do with it… read-more
In breaking news, the Central Government banned betting sites on various news channels, OTT platforms and private satellite TV channels. The announcement came on the evening of October 3. The decision to refrain betting site advertisements on OTT, social media and TV channels was taken by the Information & Broadcasting Ministry, after observing such advertisements available on digital media sites. This is a developing story, details are… read-more
India’s cabinet has approved a hike in Dearness Allowance (DA), to provide relief for government employees, especially during festive season. On September 28, the BJP-led GoI approved a DA hike of 4% for 4.7 million employees of the central government, while 6.8 million pensioners will get Dearness Relief (DR). The DA and DR amount were long awaited by the Central Government employees in India.