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  1. President Droupadi Murmu Monday said teachers' contribution to building an equitable and inclusive society and transforming India into the world's knowledge hub is more important than ever.

  2. Deeper and more entrenched divisions over Russia’s war in Ukraine risk derailing progress on issues such as food security, debt distress and global cooperation on climate change when the world’s most powerful nations meet this weekend in New Delhi

  3. The Narendra Modi-led Central government is reportedly planning to remove the word ‘India’ from the Constitution, sources in the know of things claimed, adding that a preparation pertaining to the proposal is underway.

  4. The total assets declared by the eight national political parties increased to `8,829.16 crore during FY 2021-22 from `7,297.62 crore in 2020-21 and the highest assets were declared by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) at `6,046.81 crore during FY 2021-22, poll rights body ADR said in its report Monday.

  5. Bodies of 28 passengers remain unclaimed and unidentified though three months have elapsed since the tragic triple train disaster near Bahanaga Bazar railway station in Odisha, an official said here Monday.

  6. Former Indian hockey captain Prabodh Tirkey Monday joined the Congress at the party’s Odisha unit headquarters here and expressed his desire to contest the Assembly elections next year.

  7. A waterfall approximately 1,115 feet in height has been found inside the dense Similipal forest. It is five kilometres away from Subarnamanjari village near Basipitha in Mayurbhanj district .

  8. Free mobiles, free ration kits and free power till 100 units…Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has announced a series of freebies as assembly polls approach near, aiming to make a comeback in the state for next tenure.

  9. Poor rainfall during August has raised worries of a possible drought-like situation across Madhya Pradesh as 26 of the state’s 52 districts have received around 20 per cent deficient rain, and nine, including capital Bhopal, around 30 per cent, according IMD reports.

  10.  ISRO scientist N Valarmathi who did the countdown for a number of missions including the Chandrayaan3 died in Chennai on September 2 following cardiac arrest, an official said here Monday.

  11.  After a successful hopping experiment where the Vikram lander was elevated and soft landed again on the Moon, ISRO Monday said it has exceeded its objectives and now its payloads have been switched off.

  12. India has stepped up the use of coal to generate electricity in a bid to stop outages caused by lower hydroelectricity output, and as an increase in renewables is struggling to keep pace with record power demand.

  13.  Fintech firm Paytm Monday launched a soundbox device that lets merchants accept both mobile and card payments across networks -- from home-grown RuPay to Visa, Mastercard and American Express.

  14. Novak Djokovic did not encounter any of the sort of trouble he did in his previous match, eliminating qualifier Borna Gojo 6-2, 7- 5, 6-4 to reach the US Open quarterfinals.

  15. The State Bank of India (SBI) Monday said it has implemented UPI interoperability in its digital rupee, called Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC).

  16. Implementation of multiple proposed regulatory specifications can push up commercial vehicle prices by 10-12 per cent, ratings agency ICRA said Monday.

  17. The Supreme Court criticised the Telangana police for using preventive detention law at the drop of a hat and said while the nation celebrates 'Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav' to commemorate 75 years of Independence.

  18. ISRO's Telemetry, Tracking and Command Network (ISTRAC) carried out the operation.

  19. The Bihar education department has withdrawn its controversial order curtailing the holidays of school teachers on Diwali, Durga Pooja, Raksha Bandhan, and other festivals, as per a government order.

  20. The high-profile G20 summit will be held in Delhi over the weekend. From physical security cover, Delhi Police has also chosen Sandes app to communicate about the event's security and other things.

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