Top Evening Current Affair Updates for 9th May 2023

Top Evening Current Affair Updates for 9th May 2023
Top Evening Current Affair Updates for 9th May 2023

Top Evening Current Affair Updates: Get the latest evening current affair updates for 9th May 2023 in this article and stay updated with the world’s current events.

As the day comes to a close, it’s important to catch up on the Top Evening Current Affair Updates. In this article, we’ve rounded up the top evening current affair updates for 9th May 2023 to keep you informed.

Sports Authority of India felicitates medalists from Moscow Wushu Stars Championship

The Sports Authority of India honored medalists from the Moscow Wushu Stars Championship, where girls won a total of 17 medals, including 10 golds. The girls had participated in the Khelo India Women’s leagues, and their participation in the Moscow competition was fully sponsored by the government. The athletes’ success was praised by Union Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports, Anurag Singh Thakur, and Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and their achievement is seen as a step towards selection for the Asian Games.

Meeting held by DEPwD Secretary with Resident Commissioners and States/UTs on Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act 2016 and Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities

The Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities held a meeting to discuss the implementation of the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act 2016 with resident commissioners and representatives from all states and UTs. The Secretary stressed the importance of a barrier-free environment for PwDs and skill development/vocational training, while the DDG focused on the National Action Plan on Skilling. The meeting also discussed various interventions and suggestions for successful implementation of all programs. This meeting is a significant step towards the implementation of Central Govt. initiatives across the Country.

Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs to organise Pension Adalat on 17 May at New Delhi

Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs will hold a Pension Adalat for Pensioners and Family Pensioners on May 17, 2023, in New Delhi, to settle pension-related grievances. Pensioners can send their grievances in advance via email or contact the Ministry for more information. The event will be conducted through video conferencing and details on how to join will be provided later.

India’s Shri Sarbananda Sonowal Inaugurates Sittwe Port, Boosting Trade Connectivity and Economic Development in Northeastern India

India’s Union Minister for Ports, Shipping and Waterways, Shri Sarbananda Sonowal, along with the Deputy Prime Minister and Union Minister for Transport & Communications of Myanmar, Admiral Tin Aung San, inaugurated the Sittwe Port in Myanmar. The operationalization of the port will reduce transportation costs and time by 50% for goods between Kolkata and Agartala and Aizwal. This project will promote trade connectivity and economic development in Northeastern India under the “Act East Policy” of the Government of India. The Sittwe Port is part of the Kaladan Multi-Modal Transit Transport Project, which aims to link the East coast of India to the North-eastern states through the port.

India’s Startups and Scientific Fraternity thrive under PM Modi’s leadership, says Union Minister Dr. Jitendra Singh

Dr Jitendra Singh, Union Minister of State for Science & Technology, said that India’s StartUps, innovators, and the scientific fraternity are experiencing the best time because of the enabling environment created by Prime Minister Modi’s government. The government has given special attention to science, technology, and innovation.

The country has made remarkable progress in all areas of science and technology over the last nine years. The 16 research institutions in the DST family are unique from several perspectives. Besides, there are three specialized knowledge institutions and S&T service organizations that play their role. Recently, the National Quantum Mission (NQM) was approved to aid scientific and industrial research and development in quantum technology. Some of the AIs are working on different aspects of quantum technology.

National Centre for Good Governance launches capacity-building programs for civil servants in Maldives and Bangladesh

The National Centre for Good Governance (NCGG) has started three capacity-building programmes for civil servants of Maldives and Bangladesh to promote good governance, enhance service delivery, and citizen-centric public policies. The initiative is in line with Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi’s ‘Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam’ and ‘Neighbourhood First’ policies.

Shri Bharat Lal, the Director General of NCGG, urged officers to work with speed and scale by using technology to ensure transparency and accountability, to create a robust governance framework to prevent leakages and address public grievances, and to leverage technology to serve people efficiently. The aim is to equip civil servants with the necessary skills to tackle complex and challenging issues, update their knowledge and skills with emerging digital tools, and bring efficiency and eliminate corruption.

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