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  1. Japan launched its lunar exploration spacecraft Thursday aboard a homegrown H-IIA rocket, clearing a path to become the world’s fifth country to land on the Moon early next year.

  2. The Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI) under Ministry of Finance has seized 465 kg foreign origin gold biscuits worth over several crores of rupees reportedly from a businessman here, an official said Thursday.

  3. Noted Odia educationist and IIT Mandi Director Laxmidhar Behera has stirred a controversy after he asked students to take a pledge not to eat meat while claiming that landslides and cloudbursts in Himachal Pradesh are happening because of cruelty on animals.

  4. The Special Task Force (STF) of Odisha Police Thursday destroyed brown sugar weighing over 1 kg, as per instructions of the state government, officials said. The contraband was earlier seized by the STF.

  5. Railway Board has sanctioned two infrastructure-related railway projects worth Rs 11.92 crore for Odisha, East Coast Railway (ECoR) said Thursday

  6. The MS Swaminathan Research Foundation (MSSRF) at Jeypore town in this district has raised objection to a recent advertisement published by the Geographical Indicator (GI) authorities regarding the formal granting of the GI tag to Koraput’s renowned ‘Kala Jeera Rice’, often referred to as the ‘Prince of Rice’.

  7. Hundreds of stray dogs that roam the streets of the Indian capital Delhi are being rounded up by authorities and moved to shelters in the run-up to the G20 summit this weekend, according to animal activists and Reuters witnesses.

  8. ISRO Thursday released a “selfie” and images of the Earth and the Moon -- the first of the images taken by the camera on-board Aditya-L1 solar mission spacecraft, which on reaching its intended orbit would begin sending as many as 1,440 images a day to the ground station for analysis.

  9. Prime Minister Narendra Modi Thursday presented a 12-point proposal to expand cooperation between India and 10-nation ASEAN in a range of areas such as connectivity, trade and digital transformation even as he called for building a rules-based post-COVID world order.

  10. India is seeking additional volumes of natural gas and has asked utilities to expedite completion of power plant maintenance, as part of emergency steps to stop electricity outages, according to a government note seen by Reuters.

  11. India will get its first Airbus C-295 tactical military transport aircraft this month, an official of the European aircraft manufacturer said Thursday.

  12. The consumption of diesel rose 5% while that of petrol increased 3% in August over last year on increased mobility and economic activity, according to the oil ministry data.

  13. The rupee depreciated for the fourth straight day and settled 10 paise lower at its lifetime low of 83.23 against the US dollar Thursday amid a firm American currency and elevated crude oil prices

  14. Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee Thursday announced a hike of Rs 40,000 per month in salaries of MLAs of West Bengal.

  15. The United Nations considers requests from countries to change their names as and when the world body receives them, a top UN official has said, amid a row over President Droupadi Murmu’s G20 dinner invites referring to her as ‘President of Bharat’ instead of 'President of India’.

  16.  Amid the ongoing ‘India vs Bharat’ debate in the country, the JD-U in Patna has come up with posters featuring leaders of 14 political parties who are part of the Opposition INDIA bloc.

  17. Courts must be on guard and test evidence meticulously to rule out possibility of embellishments in the prosecution’s story when an FIR is delayed and there is absence of proper explanation, the Supreme Court has said.

  18. Spain's President Pedro Sanchez has announced that he tested positive for COVID-19 on Thursday and will not be able to attend the G20 Summit in New Delhi.

  19. At least 107 'Govindas', youngsters involved in the formation of multi-storeyed human pyramids as part of 'Dahi Handi' celebrations associated with Janmashtami, were injured in Mumbai on Thursday.

  20. The leaders of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank announced Thursday that the two institutions will collaborate more closely to tackle the "existential threat" posed by climate change.


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