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Dr. Mohamed Muizzu has been elected as President of Maldives.
Taiwan unveiled its first domestically built submarine, HAIKUN.
The book “THE LORDS OF WANKHADE” is authored by WV Raman with R Kaushik.
Vice Admiral Tarun Sobti has assumed as Deputy Chief of Naval Staff.
The Indian government collected 1.62 lakh crores GST in September 2023, with Maharashtra topping with 25,137 crores.
India’s Avinash Sable won gold in the Men’s 3000m Steeplechase event at the 19th Asian Games.
The Indian Army conducted the DHRUVA AIR DEFENSE CONCLAVE 2023 under the DHRUVA Command.
India’s first Cartography Museum was inaugurated in Mussoorie, Uttarakhand.
Chief Minister of Punjab, Bhagwant Mann, inaugurated the ultra-modern PIND LIBRARY in Sangrur, which includes E-books and covers 12 places in the first phase.
Egypt celebrated the OCTOBER VICTORY, marking 50 years of victory against Israel.
The Tawang Marathon was jointly organized by the Indian Army and the Arunachal Pradesh State Government in Tawang.
91 Indian universities have secured places in the World University Ranking 2024.
The book “ZERO TO FIVE” is an autobiography authored by Pravin Amre.
The European Union (EU) has initiated the first phase of the Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM), aimed at imposing CO2 emission tariffs on imported steel, cement, and other goods.
Lt. General Rajeev Puri assumed command as the Commander of the Brahmastra Corps.
Sailesh Gupta has been appointed as the Chairman of the Media Research Users Council India.