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Max Verstappen secured victory in the Brazilian Grand Prix 2023, leading from the start and clinching his third championship. Sergio Perez, representing Red Bull, finished in fourth place, distancing himself from Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton, in a season where the competition for the runner-up position remains intense. Perez came close to taking the podium from third-place finisher Fernando Alonso of Aston Martin, but the Spaniard crossed the finish line just 0.053 seconds ahead of the Mexican.
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) announced the phased discontinuation of the incremental Cash Reserve Ratio (I-CRR) to ensure the orderly functioning of money markets. Under this plan, 25% of the I-CRR maintained on September 9 will be released, followed by another 25% on September 23.
HSBC India has introduced Electronic Bank Guarantee (E-BG) services to modernize trade finance. This initiative aims to simplify and expedite the guarantee issuance process by implementing electronic stamping and electronic signing, eliminating the need for paper documentation. HSBC is the first foreign bank in India to offer this service, achieved through collaboration with National E-Governance Services Ltd.
The RBI imposed monetary penalties on four cooperative banks and one non-banking financial company for regulatory compliance deficiencies. The banks facing penalties are Shree Lodra Nagarik Sahakari Bank, Malpur Nagarik Sahakari Bank, Jolarpet Cooperative Urban Bank, and Limbasi Urban Cooperative Bank. Shree Lodra Nagarik Sahakari Bank Limited was penalized ₹4.00 lakh for non-compliance with RBI’s directions on ‘Loans and advances to directors.
World Radiography Day, observed on November 8, commemorates the discovery of x-radiation by Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen in 1895. The theme for World Radiography Day 2023 is “Celebrating Patient Safety” and aims to honor the field of radiography, acknowledge the contributions of radiographers, and emphasize the importance of medical imaging in contemporary healthcare.
Adani Green Energy Ltd (AGEL) has become India’s largest green energy company, reaching an installed capacity of 8.4 gigawatts (GW). This achievement was made possible by the commissioning of a 0.15 GW solar power park in Rajasthan, which helped AGEL surpass the 5 GW capacity for solar and 8.4 GW overall. ReNew follows closely with 8.3 GW, with Tata Power and Greenko Energies having nearly 4 GW of capacity each.
A global survey conducted by McKinsey Health Institute has ranked Turkey as the top country for employee well-being, with India in the second position, and Japan scoring the lowest. The survey assessed physical, mental, social, and spiritual health, with Turkey scoring the highest at 78%, India at 76%, and Japan only scoring 25%, well below the global average of 57%.
Mundra Port, the flagship of APSEZ, achieved a significant milestone by handling 16.1 million metric tonnes (MMT) of cargo in October, making it the highest volume ever recorded by any port in India. The port’s year-to-date (YTD) cargo handling reached 102 MMT, demonstrating a 9% year-on-year growth. Mundra Port achieved this feat by crossing the 100 MMT mark in 210 days, surpassing last year’s record of 231 days. The port saw double-digit growth in containers (+10%) and liquids and gas (+14%).
The Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IIT Madras) established its first international campus on Zanzibar Island in Tanzania, following a memorandum of understanding (MoU) signed between India and Tanzania. This move aims to export India’s high-quality education system to international settings. The Zanzibar Campus of IIT Madras is located on Zanzibar Island, off the East African mainland, and is part of the Tanzanian republic.
In the National Games 2023, former World No. 1 archer Deepika Kumari stood out by securing two gold medals and a silver. Meanwhile, Olympian Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar clinched gold in the men’s 50m Rifle 3-position shooting event in Manderem. In the recurve category, Maharashtra, leading the table, along with third-placed Haryana and Assam, claimed additional gold medals, concluding the archery events.