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  1. Former skipper MS Dhoni will mentor the Indian team for the upcoming T20 World Cup.
  2. Forty one convicts, including two foreigners, were killed when a massive fire broke out in a prison in Jakarta
  3. The Odisha government is committed to support sportspersons and para sportspersons to achieve their potential. Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik had announced cash awards for achieving medals in the Olympics and Paralympics – `6 crore for gold medal, `4 crore for silver medal and `2.5 crore for bronze medal,” the department said in a statement.
  4. Para shuttler Pramod Bhagat, who won a gold medal in the SL3 category of the Tokyo Paralympic Games will be presented with a cash award of `6 crore. He will also be eligible for a Group-A state government job, the Sports and Youth Services department announced Wednesday.
  5. The Centre told the Supreme Court Wednesday that women will be admitted into the National Defence Academy (NDA) for permanent commission into Armed Forces. The government, however, said it needs some time to frame guidelines to pave the way for women to take NDA courses.
  6. The Western Odisha Development Council (WODC) Wednesday approved Rs 3.74 crore for the development works in seven districts of western parts of the state.
  7. The state government Wednesday in a written statement in the House claimed that it has collected Rs 1, 11, 28, 300 as compounding fees during 2020-21 for violations in weights and measures.
  8. Sixty-five-year-old Maurya who has long been associated with the BJP was sworn in as the Uttarakhand governor August 26, 2018, taking over from Krishna Kant Paul at the end of his fiveyear tenure. She had completed three years in office as the Uttarakhand governor last month. She tendered her resignation to the President of India, a Raj Bhawan official said. She has resigned for personal reasons, he said.
  9. According to an official release, the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, has approved increase in MSPs for six rabi crops for the 2021-22 crop year (July-June) and 2022-23 marketing season.  
  10. The government Wednesday hiked the minimum support price for wheat by `40 to `2,015 per quintal and for mustard seed by `400 to `5,050 per quintal for the current crop year in order to boost crop area as well as income of farmers.
  11. A survey by the Union education ministry shows the Centre set up only 72 higher education institutions — five central universities and 67 Institutions of National Importance (INIs) — between September 30, 2013, and September 30, 2019, a period the country spent mostly under Modi’s rule.
  12. The Supreme Court on Wednesday ruled that the government can extend the tenure of retired Enforcement Directorate officers only in “rare and exceptional cases”
  13. The Tamil Nadu Assembly on Wednesday passed a resolution calling upon the BJP-led Centre to repeal the Citizenship Amendment Act as it was against the Constitution and communal harmony.
  14. Former Bihar Assembly speaker and veteran Congress leader Sadanand Singh died here on Wednesday after a prolonged illness, party sources said. He was 76.
  15. A large number of farmers stayed put outside the gates of the district headquarters here on Wednesday as they remained firm on their demand for action against IAS officer Ayush Sinha.
  16. India's cumulative vaccination coverage crossed 71 crores till date, as per the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare on Wednesday.In the country, more than 73 lakh vaccine doses were administered on Wednesday till 7 pm, ANI reported.
  17. All sodium-based bulbs in street lights in Greater Noida will be replaced with LEDs by Diwali next year, officials said on Wednesday, in a decision that would reduce energy consumption and save an estimated ₹ 15 crore of taxpayers' money per year.
  18. People would not be allowed to visit Ganesh pandals during the coming festival in view of the coronavirus pandemic, the Maharashtra government said today.
  19. Meghalaya Governor Satya Pal Malik has constituted three regional committees, each headed by a cabinet minister, to examine the status of six disputed areas along the state's border with Assam.
  20. The world's largest plant designed to suck carbon dioxide out of the air and turning it into rock started running on Wednesday, the companies behind the plant said.

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