𝕴𝖓𝖉𝖎𝖆`𝖘 1𝖘𝖙 𝖂𝖍𝖆𝖙𝖘𝖆𝖕𝖕 𝕹𝖊𝖜𝖘 Service, 𝓼𝓲𝓷𝓬𝓮 2013
17 Sep (Friday)
Varsha Ritu ⛈️
शुक्ल पक्ष::
Titi: Dwadashi(from 7.09 am)
Vikram Samvat – 2078
According to Purnimanta calender (Ujjain)


  1. India’s COVID-19 vaccination coverage crosses 77 crore landmark milestone. More than 57 lakh 11 thousand vaccine doses were administered yesterday.
  2. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman will chair the 45th Meeting of the Goods and Services Tax, GST Council in Lucknow on 17 Sep (Friday). Finance Ministers from all states will attend the meeting.
  3. CPI Leader, former JNU Students Union President Kanhaiya Kumar meets Rahul Gandhi, likely to join Congress. The Congress had been in political wilderness in Bihar for the past three decades. The Congress could win only 19 of the 70 seats it contested.
  4. National Aerospace Laboratories (NAL), a part of the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), has adopted Dassault Systemes’ Solution to design civil aircraft in the country. The Passenger Experience industry solution experience helps in reducing engineering costs in cabin.
  5. The Union Minister of State in the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, Skill Development and Entrepreneurship Rajeev Chandrasekhar inaugurates five National Institute of Electronics & Information Technology (NIELIT) Centres in North East Region, at Tuibong, Aizawl, Tejpur, Kokrajhar and Kohima.
  6. The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is conducting studies and mini-projects to enable the vertical landing of its rockets.
    ISRO is aiming to recover the first two rocket stages of the GSLV Mk3 as this would imply a huge cost-advantage and savings, owing to reusability.
  7. Andhra Pradesh ::The AP govt has constituted a ‘jumbo’ 81-member Board for the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams, nominating 52 ‘special invitees’ on an unprecedented scale along with 24 regular and four ex-officio members, besides the Chairman. On August 8, the government appointed Chief Minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy’s uncle Y V Subba Reddy as TTD Chairman for a second consecutive term. Tirupati attracts over 36 million worshippers annually and the TTD would vastly benefit with the addition of eminent personalities as special invitees.
  8. Bihar: 2 Boys Find Over Rs 900 Crore Credited Into Their Bank Accounts In Katihar Bihar. The two boys have accounts in Uttar Bihar Gramin Bank. They were expecting to get some money under a government scheme to buy school uniform and pay for related expenses. Local reports say the bank is investigating the transactions. The branch manager told us there was some glitch in the computerised system of sending money. The amount was visible in their statements but the actual money wasn’t in their account. This is the second incident of a huge wrong amount being sent to a bank customer or made to reflect in the statement in Bihar in recent times.
  9. Delhi: In a massive scam case, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has booked a Delhi-based private firm Indian Technomach for allegedly defrauding 16 banks of funds to the tune of Rs 1528 crore.
  10. Gujarat : The new Council of Ministers of CM Bhupendra Patel was sworn-in on 16 Sep. Governor Acharya Devvrat administered the oath of office and secrecy to the new ministers at Rajbhavan in Gandhinagar. Total 24 Ministers including 10 Cabinet and 14 Ministers of State took oath. Two women members were included.
  11. Himachal :: President Ram Nath Kovind arrived in Shimla on 16 Sep for a four-day visit to Himachal Pradesh. Governor Rajendra Vishwanath Arlekar, CM Jai Ram Thakur welcomed him at the Annadale Helipad. The President will address the special session of the state assembly on Friday at 11 am to mark the golden jubilee of Himachal Pradesh’s statehood.
  12. J&K: Union Minister Narayan Rane lays foundation stone for development park at Bari Brahmana, Samba district in J&K. He also said steps to be taken for upliftment of these ventures and generating employment opportunity for local youths. He urged the unemployed youth of J&K to take full benefit of various Centrally sponsored schemes for employment generation.
  13. Karnataka will join a number of states to oppose a proposal of bringing petrol and diesel into the ambit of the goods and services tax (GST) as there are concerns such a change may lead to lower revenue. The GST Council is scheduled to meet in Lucknow on 17 Sep.
  14. Maharashtra : The Bombay high court on Thursday dismissed a petition filed by IPS officer Param Bir Singh seeking to quash inquiries initiated against him by the Maharashtra government, and said he can approach the Central Administrative Tribunal. he was shunted out as Mumbai police commissioner in March 2021 in the aftermath of the ‘Antilia bomb scare case,
  15. Telangana : On 16 Sep unveiled its Information Technology policy for next five years. State Information Technology and Industries Minister K. Taraka Ramarao formally launched the second IT Policy in Hyderabad with focus on digital empowerment of citizens, innovation.
  16. The Supreme Court Thursday granted “last chance” to Telangana authorities to permit immersion of Lord ‘Ganesh idols’ made up of plaster of Paris in Hussain Sagar Lake in Hyderabad. The Telangana High Court on September 13 had refused to modify its earlier order banning immersion of Ganesh idols made of plaster of Paris (PoP) in Hussain Sagar Lake.
  17. Telangana Cabinet approves quota for BCs, SCs, STs for setting up liquor shops. 15% reservation will be extended to the BCs (Gowda community), 10% reservation to SCs and 5% reservation to STs from the new excise year beginning 01 Nov.
  18. Telangana Saidabad rape accused found dead on railway tracks near Jangaon. The accused, Pallakonda Raju, aged 30, was identified by the tattoo marks on his arms. He was accused in the case of rape and murder of a six-year-old girl. Last week Telangana cops had announced a reward of Rs 10 lakh for information on his whereabouts.
  19. Uttar Pradesh , the construction work of the first phase of Shri Ram temple in Ayodhya was completed on 16 Sep, General Secretary of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust Champat Rai told.
  20. Aam Aadmi Party Uttarakhand chief SS Kaler resigned from the post on Tuesday ahead of the Assembly polls scheduled next year. Soon after, the party announced three working state chiefs.

Announcing his resignation, Kaler said that the party has asked him to contest the upcoming election against Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami in Khatima. Khatima is the hometown of Kaler and he has claimed that he has already started poll preparations with door-to-door contact programmes.

  1. West Bengal: The WB CM on 16 Sep was interacting with the non-Bengali community of Bhabanipur, which makes up 40% of the area’s population. She said, “Bengal will protect Hindustan, and will not allow it to become Pakistan or Taliban as this was the land of Rabindranath and Nazrul, so we all will stay together.”


  1. General Bipin Rawat
    Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) General Bipin Rawat said that, there can be more turmoil in Afghanistan, a weaker adversary like Pakistan will always try to engage India. He added that Pakistan is a proxy of China, which is India’s adversary on the Northern border.
  2. A combined team of 200 Army and Air Force personnel are in Russia to participate in Exercise Peaceful Mission, being held between the member-states of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) from September 13 to 25 that also includes Pakistan and China.
  3. The Indian Air Force will hold an air show over Dal lake in Srinagar on September 26 that will help motivate the youth of Jammu and Kashmir to join the IAF, according to officials. More than 3,000 schoolchildren and college students will attend the show.
  4. Ministry of Defence has constituted a High-Level Expert Committee for a comprehensive review of National Cadet Corps (NCC). The committee’s effort will be to make NCC more relevant in changed times.
  5. Cricket icon Mahendra Singh Dhoni and industrialist Anand Mahindra were on Thursday named in a 15-member panel constituted by the defence ministry to carry out a comprehensive review of the National Cadet Corps (NCC) in order to make it more relevant.
  6. The 8th edition of the Indian Army Chief’s Conclave, a gathering of serving and former Chiefs of Army Staff of the Indian Army, organised at New Delhi from September 16-18. The highlight of the three-day event will be the invite extended to former Chiefs of the Nepali Army, who were also Chiefs of the Indian Army.


  1. PM Modi will virtually address the 21st Meeting of SCO Council of Heads of State today. The meeting is hosted by Tajikistan capital Dushanbe, where India will be represented by External Affairs Minister Dr. S. Jaishankar.
  2. Indo-US cooperation will go a long way in restoring normalcy and boosting the economy in the post-pandemic world, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh has said, inviting technology collaboration and transfer through joint ventures with Indian companies.
  3. PM Modi discusses ‘Comprehensive Strategic Partnership’ with Australian PM Scott Morrison
    : On 15 Sep, PM Modi held a virtual discussion with Australian PM Scott Morrison where both leaders discussed the India-Australia Comprehensive Strategic Partnership’s rapid progress, including the recent 2+2 Dialogue which took place in New Delhi.
  4. India and Australia held a ‘2+2’ Ministerial Dialogue to improve ties and the Indo-Pacific region’s defence and security systems
  5. PM Modi is slated to attend the Quadrilateral Framework Leaders’ Summit in Washington on September 24 alongside Australian Prime Scott Morrison, Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga, and US President Joe Biden. The leaders are expected to discuss regional problems of common interest during the meeting, as well as the progress made since their first virtual summit on March 12,.
  6. The 15th East Asia Summit Energy Ministers Meeting was held on 16 Sep virtually. Minister of State for Power Krishan Pal Gurjar attended the meeting along with other senior officials of the Ministry from the Indian side.
  7. The theme of the meeting “We Care, We Prepare, We Prosper”, aimed at coordinating efforts of ASEAN countries in pursuing the goal of energy security and energy transition that will benefit the people of the region


  1. Today’s star of the latest Google Doodle: Michiyo Tsujimura,
    Born on 17 September 1888, Saitama, Japan was a Japanese agricultural scientist and biochemist whose research focused on the components of green tea. She was the first woman in Japan to receive a doctoral degree in agriculture.
  2. US, UK and Australia have announced the formation of AUKUS – a new trilateral security partnership for Indo-Pacific region. It was announced in a joint address by British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, his Australian counterpart Scott Morrison and US President Joe Biden with a vision for a safer and more secure Indo-Pacific.
  3. The Quad leaders – PM Modi, Japanese PM Yoshihide Suga, Australian PM Scott Morrison and US President Joe Biden will meet at the White House on the 25th of this month. Both Quad and now AUKUS are more than likely to be seen as counterweights to China’s growing muscle-flexing in the Indo-Pacific region.
  4. French President Emmanuel Macron has said that French military forces have killed the head of Islamic State in the Greater Sahara, Adnan Abu Walid al-Sahrawi.
  5. Three Bangladeshi films have been selected for the 26th Busan International Film Festival (BIFF) to be held at Haeundae, Busan in South Korea from 6-15 October. Rehana Maryam Noor directed by Abdullah Mohammad Saad, No Land’s Man directed by Mostofa Sarwar Farooki and Paayer Tolay Mati Nai (No Ground beneath the Feat) by Rabby Mridha have been included in the section named ‘A Window on Asian Cinema’ of the festival.
  6. South Korea has successfully completed an underwater test-launch of an indigenous submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) on 15 Sep.
  7. Pakistan PM Imran Khan has said the US war against terrorism was “disastrous” for Pakistan as Washington used Islamabad like a “hired gun” during their 20-year presence in Afghanistan.
    This comes two days after US Secretary of State Antony Blinken on 13 Sep said the US would reassess its ties with Pakistan following the military drawdown from Afghanistan.
  8. ‘Everyone Left’: Afghanistan’s Panjshir Now a Ghost Town With Old Men & Livestock. Most had fled south to the capital Kabul before the Taliban swept. Fighters in Afghanistan‘s Panjshir vowed to battle the Taliban to the last man, but nearly two weeks after the hardline Islamists celebrated victory, parts of the rugged valley lie empty and abandoned.


  1. Indian Cricket team Captain, Virat Kohli on 16 Sep announced he will step down as India’s T20 skipper after the T20 World Cup in UAE, but will continue to lead the side in ODIs and Test cricket, a decision that paves the way for Rohit Sharma to captain in the shortest format.
  2. India’s ODI tour of New Zealand postponed to 2022. India will not be touring New Zealand later in the year due to a packed calendar and COVID-19 related restrictions. A New Zealand Cricket (NZC) spokesperson confirmed to Stuff that the India games will be played after the T20 World Cup in Australia next year.
  3. New Zealand will be hosting Bangladesh, The Netherlands and South Africa in the summer besides the seven teams in the Women’s World Cup in March-April.

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JALANDHAR is named after Jalandhara, a demon king who lived in water as his name suggests Jal (water) and Andhar (in). … During British occupation it was called Jullundur.

The district is named after Jalandhar, a demon king, who finds a mention in the Puranas and Mahabharta. According to another legend, Jalandhar was the capital of the kingdom of lav, son of Rama. According to yet another version Jalandhar is said to have derived its name from the vernacular term Jalandhar means area inside the water, i.e. tract laying between the two rivers Satluj and Beas, still another name of Jalandhar had been Trigartta, as it was waters by three rivers, Satluj, Beas and Ravi.


17 September – World Patient Safety Day

The day is observed on 17 September. It was established by the 72nd World Health Assembly in May 2019, following the adoption of resolution WHA72.6 on ‘ Global action on patient safety’.

😀Thought of the day

Unexpected results & problems are part of life. Never loose hope in any condition, bcoz darkness of night always ends with light of the day.


Pappu English k paper me fail ho gaya translation ki wajah se..

1.Main ek aam aadmi hoon. – I m a mango man.

2.Mujhe English aati hai. … English comes to me.

3.Mera taluq Haripur hazara se hai. I blong 2 greenpur thousanda.

4. Sadak par goliyan chal rahi hai. tablets r walking on d road.


Why we get dreams in deep sleep…? 😴

After deep sleep, your brain starts to perk up, and its electrical activity starts to resemble the brain when it is awake. This is the period of the night when most dreams happen. Your muscles are temporarily paralysed, and your eyes dart back and forth, giving this stage its name, rapid eye movement (REM) sleep.

Sleep can be divided into two broad stages, non-rapid eye movement (NREM), and rapid eye movement (REM) sleep. The vast majority of our sleep (around 75 to 80 per cent) is NREM, characterised by electrical patterns in the brain known as ‘sleep spindles’ and high, slow delta waves. This is the time we sleep the deepest.

REM sleep is the period during the night when we have our most vivid dreams, but people dream during both NREM and REM sleep. During NREM sleep, dreams tend to be more concept-based, whereas during REM sleep dreams are more vivid and emotional

LEARN Sanskrit🙏🏻

क्षुद्रता : Inferiority

Na Snaanam Aachareth Bhukthvaa

Never take Bath immediately after taking Food Digestion is affected


How Spring water comes

The water for springs comes from underground sources called aquifers . Aquifers are most commonly inside permeable rock, or underground layers of materials like sand, clay, and gravel. These substances function as a sponge, soaking up water that seeps down into them. Less common are aquifers made of free bodies of water, but these do happen in areas where eroded limestone forms karsts.

A spring is simply a place where the water from an aquifer flows out of the ground naturally. In this respect, it is useful to think of a spring as a naturally occurring well. In a well, one must dig into the ground to reach the aquifer and tap the water supply. In springs, those conditions are already present and on the surface.

Some springs only flow during particular times of year. For example, an aquifer that is highly reliant on seasonal rainfall or snow-melt to feed it may not be able to sustain a spring all year around. There would still be water in the aquifer, but not enough to sustain the outflow of the spring.

Because aquifers are often made of stone, water passing through them will pick up minerals from local deposits. That is how mineral water is created. Because not all aquifers and mineral deposits are the same, the water from a particular mineral spring may have its own unique taste. Some aquifers are located near sources of geothermal activity, which heats the water. If that hot water feeds a spring, the result is a hot spring.

💁🏻‍♂‍ GK TODAY

Erode Venkatappa Ramasamy (17 September 1879 – 24 December 1973), commonly known as Periyar, also referred to as Thanthai Periyar, was an Indian social activist, and politician who started the Self-Respect Movement and Dravidar Kazhagam.
He is known as the ‘Father of the Dravidian Movement’.

The Tamil Nadu government has decided to celebrate every year the birth anniversary of reformist leader E V Ramasamy Periyar on September 17 as “Social Justice Day,”


Shri Narendra Damodardas Modi (born 17 September 1950) is an Indian politician, the 14th & current Prime Minister of India since 2014. He was the Chief Minister of Gujarat from 2001 to 2014 and is the Member of Parliament for Varanasi.


Run around in circles

Putting efforts into something that is not worthwhile result


(kindly inform, if given info is vary from actual facts🙏🏻)

Hindu deities are seldom depicted without their particular ‘vahana’ (vehicles) on which they travel . These vahanas are either animals or birds and symbolises the various forced they ride. They represent the strength and beauty of the deity, and at times, symbolise various human traits, including those that are negative. The negative traits are those that the gods are said to overpower.

Lord Shiva’s vahana ‘Nandi ’ represents strength and virility.

Vayu , the wind god, is depicted riding a deer.

Bhairava has a dog as his mount.

Kaalratri , a form of Kali, rides a donkey.

Kartikeya has a Peacock

Lord Vishnu vahana : Garuda

Surya rides a chariot drawn by seven white horses.

Indra and Airavata,

Ganesha and Moushika

Ayyappan has a Tiger

Yama has a Water Buffalo

Kubera has a Mongoose

Kalki has a horse

Vishwakarma -An Elephant and Swan

Durga travels on a fierce tiger

Laxmi has a Owl

Goddess Saraswati’s vahana ‘ Hamsa ’ represents wisdom, grace, and beauty.

Shani’s vahana are vulture, raven or crow that represses thieving tendencies.

While Lord Ganesha’s vahana is a mouse which symbolises
crushing useless thoughts.

( Note : These home tips followed in villages/ancient traditions, it is up to you to use it or not🙏🏻) =========================
Benefits of eating soaked kala chana in morning

Daily consumption of around 3/4 cup of chickpeas helps to decrease LDL cholesterol and total cholesterol triglycerides.

The carbohydrates in kala chana are digested slowly, which reduces the blood sugar levels. This contributes to insulin resistance, thereby reducing the risk of getting type-2 diabetes.

Soaked black chana is rich in fibre which helps in improving the digestive system. It flushes out all the harmful toxins from your body and keeps your digestive tract healthy.

As a rich source of iron, kala chana can prevent anaemia and boost your energy levels. This is particularly beneficial for pregnant and lactating women as well as growing children. Iron plays an important role in the formation of haemoglobin which helps transport oxygen from the lungs to all body cells.

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