सई नदी की करुण कथा : पौराणिक और ऐतिहासिक नदी मर रही है

News Headlines : 21 October 2022

  • Former UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and former finance Minister Rishi Sunak were leading potential contenders to replace British Premier Liz Truss on Friday.
  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi says, pride in heritage and development are two pillars for vikasit Bharat; lays foundation stone of road and ropeway projects of more than 3400 crore rupees in Uttarakhand.
  • Prime Minister lauds the police forces and their contribution in upholding law and order.
  • Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar has described “quality, quantity and continuity” as the core principles for the success of Jal Jeevan Mission and called for ensuring a strong and credible accountability mechanism in implementation of this people centric program.
  • Home Minister Amit Shah calls for concerted efforts to fight terrorism globally.
  • Agriculture and Farmers Welfare Minister Narendra Singh Tomar has said that India is preparing to celebrate the International Year of Millets on a global scale.
  • Enforcement Directorate carries out searches at five premises in Bengaluru in connection with the Chinese Loan App Case.
  • Country’s first ‘Migration Monitoring System’, which provides updated information on migrant pregnant women, lactating mothers and children instantly on a single system, was inaugurated in Mumbai today.
  • Pakistan Election Commission disqualifies former Prime Minister Imran Khan from holding public office for five years.
  • Jammu and Kashmir, Lieutenant Governor, Manoj Sinha said that on the behest of neighboring country, certain desperate elements are targeting innocent civilians.
  • Over 30 lakh government officials of the country will be trained in emerging technologies like artificial intelligence, machine learning, blockchain for effective governance and service delivery at the grassroot level.
  • In T-20 World Cup, two-time champions West Indies knocked out by Ireland.
  • In Denmark Open Badminton, Lakshya Sen to take on Kodai Naraoka of Japan in the men’s singles quarterfinal at Odense.