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Kerala Responsible Tourism Mission was honored with the Global Responsible Tourism Award 2023 for its sustainable and women-inclusive initiatives. The award, given in the best for local sourcing, food, and craft category, is instituted by the Responsible Tourism Partnership and International Centre for Responsible Tourism (ICRT). This recognition underscores the universal appeal of Kerala’s Responsible Tourism projects.
The All India Football Federation (AIFF) received the AFC President’s Recognition Bronze award for Grassroots Football in 2023, marking their second time receiving this honor, having previously achieved it in 2014. This accomplishment reflects AIFF’s dedication to promoting football at the grassroots level through innovative initiatives.
National Cancer Awareness Day is observed in India on November 7th, with a focus on raising awareness about various cancer types, the importance of early detection, and necessary lifestyle changes. The theme for National Cancer Awareness Day 2023 is “Close the care gap,” emphasizing the need for improved care for cancer patients.
The Indian junior men’s hockey team secured a bronze medal in the Sultan of Johor Cup 2023 by defeating Pakistan in a penalty shootout. This victory marked India’s third title in the tournament, adding to their wins in 2013 and 2014.
The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kanpur has developed a solution to address air pollution in Delhi and neighboring regions by using “artificial rains” through cloud seeding. Successful trials were conducted after more than five years of research.
Sweden’s Saab has received approval for India’s first 100% foreign direct investment (FDI) in the defense sector to establish a rocket manufacturing facility. This move represents a significant development as India traditionally allowed up to 74% FDI in defense through the automatic route.
Angelo Mathews of Sri Lanka became the first cricketer to be “timed out” in a World Cup match against Bangladesh, highlighting a rare occurrence in the history of international cricket. His delay in taking strike led to this unusual dismissal.
The Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs launched the “Women for Water, Water for Women Campaign” as part of the “Jal Diwali” initiative to promote women’s inclusion in water governance. This progressive campaign is in partnership with the Ministry’s National Urban Livelihood Mission and Odisha Urban Academy.
IndiaFirst Life Insurance Company Ltd achieved a significant milestone by becoming the first Indian life insurance company to obtain registration at the Gujarat International Finance Tec (GIFT) City’s International Financial Services Centre. This move aims to enhance their market presence and extend customer outreach opportunities globally.
Bharat Botanics unveiled India’s largest wood-pressed cold oil processing facility in Gondal, Rajkot, Gujarat. This state-of-the-art automated facility, spanning 16,000 square feet, promotes hygiene and transparency in the production of chemical-free edible oils rich in nutrients, natural flavors, and a delightful aroma.