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Regional Symposium on Child Protection and Juvenile Justice: Impact on Adoption Processes and Child Welfare
The Ministry of Women and Child Development (MWCD), Government of India, organized a regional symposium on child protection, safety, and welfare in New Delhi. The focus was on amendments in the Juvenile Justice Act and their impact on adoption processes. An online training module on the JJ Act was inaugurated. The symposium aimed to raise awareness about child protection and welfare issues. The event was attended by representatives from various committees and organizations. Mission Vatsalya, which provides support to children in difficult circumstances, was highlighted. The Union Minister emphasized the achievements in child protection and the increase in financial support under Mission Vatsalya.
Indian Coast Guard, Indian Navy, and Indian Port Rail & Ropeway Corporation Ltd Sign MoU for National Maritime Heritage Complex Gallery
The Indian Coast Guard, Indian Navy, and Indian Port Rail & Ropeway Corporation Ltd signed an MoU for developing a gallery on the theme “Evolution of Indian Navy & Indian Coast Guard” at the National Maritime Heritage Complex in Gujarat. The complex will showcase the maritime heritage of India from ancient to modern times and will include various museums, theme parks, and galleries. The project was initiated by the Government of India under the Ministry of Ports, Shipping and Waterways.
International Buddhist Confederation Celebrates Ashadha Purnima at National Museum: A Day of Significance for Buddhists
The International Buddhist Confederation (IBC), under the Ministry of Culture, will celebrate Ashadha Purnima as the Dharma Chakra Pravartana Divas at the National Museum in New Delhi. The event will feature a video address by the President of India and a film screening on IBC’s project in Lumbini. The program will include speeches by religious leaders and dignitaries. Ashadha Purnima is an important day for Buddhists, marking Buddha’s first sermon and the beginning of the Rainy Season retreat. It is also observed as Guru Purnima by Buddhists and Hindus to honor their spiritual teachers.
Conference on Classification Regulation and Advanced Naval Technologies: Promoting Indigenous Warship Building and Maintenance
The second edition of the Conference on Classification Regulation and Advanced Technologies for Naval Ships and Auxiliaries took place in New Delhi. The conference focused on indigenous warship building and maintenance, with participation from international classification societies and the presentation of 16 papers on various topics related to naval ships.
Union Minister Amit Shah Launches ‘Akshar River Cruise’ on Sabarmati Riverfront: A Milestone in Indian Tourism
Union Minister Amit Shah launched the ‘Akshar River Cruise’ on the Sabarmati Riverfront in Ahmedabad, India. The cruise, developed by the Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation and Sabarmati Riverfront Development Corporation Limited, is the first passenger catamaran built in India under the Make in India initiative. It can accommodate 165 passengers, has a restaurant, and is equipped with safety features. Amit Shah highlighted the significance of tourism and infrastructure development in Gujarat under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Lulu Group’s INR 35,000 Crore Investment in Telangana: New Shopping Mall and Expansion Plans
Lulu Group, an Abu Dhabi-based company, plans to invest INR 35,000 crore in Telangana over the next five years. They will open a shopping mall in Hyderabad worth INR 20,000 crore in August. The group will also establish mini-malls and invest in a meat processing plant. Additionally, they aim to set up an agriculture sourcing and logistics hub, as well as a seafood procurement and processing center near Hyderabad airport. Lulu Group has been expanding its presence in India with investments in various cities and currently operates 250 hypermarkets and supermarkets globally.
France-UAE Collaboration Accelerates Clean Energy Transition: Trilateral Initiative with India Gains Momentum
France and the UAE are collaborating to accelerate the transition to clean energy. They are working together on initiatives to reduce carbon emissions and promote sustainable practices, including projects in hydrogen and nuclear energy. A trilateral cooperation initiative involving France, the UAE, and India has also been established to combat climate change and promote cooperation in various domains. The initiative aims to foster sustainable projects and organize events during the Indian Presidency of the G20 and the UAE’s hosting of COP28 in 2023.
BCCI Announces Indian Women’s ODI and T20I Squads for Tour to Bangladesh
The BCCI has announced the Indian Women’s ODI and T20I squads for their tour to Bangladesh. Harmanpreet Kaur will lead the team, with Smriti Mandhana as her deputy. The tour begins with a three-match T20I series on July 9, followed by a three-match ODI series starting on July 16.
Haryana Emerges Champions at 6th Youth Women’s National Boxing Championships
Haryana emerged as champions at the 6th youth Women’s National Boxing Championships in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. They secured 9 medals, including 8 gold and 1 bronze. Haryana’s dominance was evident as all 8 of their finalists won gold medals. Bhawna Sharma and Anshu gave Haryana a strong start, while Mohini and Kirti showcased their skills to secure victories. Uttarakhand and Delhi took second and third place, respectively. Priya of Haryana was named the best boxer, and Anjali Singh from Madhya Pradesh received the most promising boxer award.
Indian Boxing Team Revealed for Asian Games 2022: Shiva Thapa, Lovlina Borgohain, and Nikhat Zareen Lead the Charge
The Boxing Federation of India (BFI) has announced a strong 13-member Indian contingent for the Asian Games 2022. Notable members include Shiva Thapa, Lovlina Borgohain, and Nikhat Zareen. The squad aims to perform well and qualify for the 2024 Paris Olympics.
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