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Ramachandra Guha’s book ‘Rebels Against the Raj: Western Fighters for India’s Freedom’ wins £5,000 Elizabeth Longford Prize 2023 for Historical Biography, which tells the story of seven foreigners who joined India’s freedom struggle.
Pankaj Agrawal appointed as new Power Secretary, replacing Alok Kumar who will retire on June 30. Rajat Mishra becomes the new Fertiliser Secretary, Chanchal Kumar joins Civil Aviation Ministry as Secretary, and Sudhansh Pant moves to Health Ministry from Ports, Shipping and Waterways Ministry. Subhas Chandra Lal Das becomes Secretary of the Ministry of MSME.
Odisha celebrates ‘Raja’ agricultural festival on June 14, 2023, with rituals observed over five days, including ‘Sajabaja,’ ‘Pahili Raja,’ ‘Majhi Raja’ or ‘Mithuna Sankranti,’ ‘Bhudaha’ or ‘Sesha Raja,’ and ‘Basumati Snana.’
World Blood Donor Day 2023 celebrated on June 14 to raise awareness for blood donation, with the theme “Give blood, give plasma, share life, share often.” The day was first distinguished by WHO in 2004.
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Novelist Cormac McCarthy, known for books like “All the Pretty Horses” and “The Road,” passes away at 89. He received the National Book Award in 1992 and a Pulitzer Prize in 2007.
Fino Payments Bank partners with Hubble to introduce India’s first spending account, offering cashback, expense tracking, and an annual interest rate of 2.75%.
Geological Survey of India Training Institute (GSITI) awarded accreditation as ‘Athi Uttam’ by NABET. The assessment was conducted by the Capacity Building Commission, NABET, and Quality Control of India.
EPFO (Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation) becomes an affiliate member of the International Social Security Association (ISSA) for global recognition and access to professional guidelines and support.
Vigyan-Vidushi 2023 summer programme commences at Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education (HBCSE) to address gender balance in Physics at the doctorate level. It is an initiative of Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR).
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SEBI introduces regulatory framework for direct mutual fund investment platforms, addressing investor concerns and introducing a grievance redressal mechanism.
Global Slavery Index 2023 released, estimating 49.6 million people living in modern slavery. India is home to 11 million. Highest prevalence in North Korea, Eritrea, Mauritania, Saudi Arabia, and Turkey. Lowest prevalence in Switzerland, Norway, and Germany.
Karnataka Vikas Grameena Bank (KVGB) launches ‘Vikas Ashadeep 400 days’ deposit scheme with higher interest rates for senior citizens and a tenor of 400 days.
RING digital credit platform partners with NPCI to offer UPI plug-in functionality, providing ‘scan & pay’ options and integrated payment and credit solution.