𝕴𝖓𝖉𝖎𝖆`𝖘 1𝖘𝖙 𝖂𝖍𝖆𝖙𝖘𝖆𝖕𝖕 𝕹𝖊𝖜𝖘 Service, 𝓼𝓲𝓷𝓬𝓮 2013
19 Sep (Sunday)
Varsha Ritu ⛈️
शुक्ल पक्ष::
Titi: Chaturdashi
Vikram Samvat – 2078
According to Purnimanta calender (Ujjain)


  1. Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari said that the govt is constructing the world’s longest highway – Delhi-Mumbai Express Highway. According to Gadkari, the project will get over by March 2022.
  2. Labour & Employment Minister Bhupender Yadav expressed happiness that in less than a month, over one crore people have registered on the e-Shram portal.
  3. e-SHRAM Portal : Ministry of Labour & Employment India has started a new portal named e-SHRAM Portal for the welfare of Workers. Candidates who register for E Shram will get a Unique Identification Number (UAN) Card. Through the CSC NDUW EShram Card Online registration Online UP Bihar, MP & karnataka, aspirants can get jobs in Future.
  4. PM Modi held a marathon meeting with the secretaries of central govt departments on 18 Sep (Saturday) and wondered why the bureaucrats, despite having vision for development, lacked in the execution.
  5. The Congress’ Scheduled Castes Department on September 17, 2021, passed a resolution calling for senior leader Rahul Gandhi’s appointment as the president of the party. Sonia Gandhi had taken over as interim Congress president after Rahul Gandhi resigned from the top post in the wake of the party’s Lok Sabha poll debacle in May 2019.
  6. Ministry of Civil Aviation increases passenger capacity from 72.5% to 85% amid COVID.
  7. Assam : The BJP Saturday nominated Union Ministers Sarbananda Sonowal and L Murugan for the Rajya Sabha bye-elections, from Assam and Madhya Pradesh, respectively. The Election Commission announced bypolls on October 4 for one seat each in West Bengal, Assam, Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh, and two in Tamil Nadu.
  8. Delhi : Delhi Metro: Ropeway link for Blue & Red lines is the proposed ropeway link between Vaishali metro station on the Blue Line and Mohan Nagar station on the Red Line has submitted the document to the Ghaziabad Development Authority (GDA). The cost of the project has been pegged at Rs 487 crore and it is set to be completed by 2024.
  9. Karnataka : Karnataka has vaccinated 75% of its eligible population against COVID-19, with the first dose and 24% with both doses.
  10. Kerala : prepares to reopen schools from November 1st, after remaining closed for over one and half years amid Covid pandemic.
  11. Class XI exams in Kerala to be held from Sept 24 to 18 Oct, adhering to COVID-19 protocol. General Education Minister V Sivankutty said.
  12. Madhya Pradesh : Union Home Minister Amit Shah releases 5 lakh gas connections for poor families of Madhya Pradesh. While he was addressing the inauguration program of the second phase of Ujjwala Yojana in Jabalpur on 18 Sep.
  13. Manipur : Chief Minister N. Biren Singh launched a program for distribution of benefits under the Economic Development Program (EDP) and Pradhan Mantri Jan Vikas Karyakram (PMJVK) at Imphal on 18 Sep.
  14. Mahrashtra: Anant Chaturdashi 2021: Mumbai Police on High Alert Ahead of Ganpati Visarjan on 19 Sep Sunday. 10th and last day of immersion of Ganesh idols.
  15. Nagaland : Nagaland Accepts New System of Opposition-less Govt at All-party Meet. A much awaited Naga peace accord and Naga peace settlement, the new nomenclature for having an opposition-less government was approved by way of a resolution on 18 Sep (Saturday).
  16. Punjab : Captain Amarinder Singh quits as Punjab CM; accuses Congress Party of humiliating him continuously. He has tendered his resignation letter to the Governor of Punjab Banwari Lal Purohit.
  17. The Punjab Congress Legislature party has passed a resolution giving powers to the Congress national president Sonia Gandhi to decide the new Chief Minister for the state.
  18. Tamil Nadu : Ravindra Narayan Ravi was on 18 Sep (Saturday) sworn-in as the Governor of Tamil Nadu, succeeding Banwarilal Purohit who has since been shifted to Punjab. Ravi, shifted from Nagaland, said he saw his new role more as an opportunity than a challenge.
  19. West Bengal: Former Union Minister Babul Supriyo joined Trinamool Congress Party in the presence of TMC’s national general secretary Abhishek Banerjee. The two-term MP Babul Supriyo had unsuccessfully contested the 2021 West Bengal Assembly Elections as BJP candidate from Tollygunge Constituency. He was stripped of his ministry during the last cabinet reshuffle.
  20. Bollywood : The CBDT on 18 Sep (Saturday) alleged that actor Sonu Sood and his associates evaded tax of Rs 20 crore and claimed that after the Income Tax Department raided him and a linked Lucknow-based infrastructure group it was found that he routed his “unaccounted income in the form of bogus unsecured loans from many bogus entities”. It also accused Sood of violating the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act (FCRA) while raising donations from abroad.


21. Chief of Defence Staff Gen. Bipin Rawat has said that India is “looking at creating a rocket force” as part of efforts to step up on enhancing its military capabilities. Alluding to hostile moves by India’s northern neighbour.

22. India’s command structure of theatre commands : Chief of Defence Staff General Bipin Rawat formally outlined the structure of India’s theatre commands(TCs) – the existing 17 single-Service commands will be integrated into four geographical commands, each with elements from all three Services.

23. Army taps Bengaluru-based firm for specialised sights in use with forces abroad : The Army has placed orders with an Indian firm for specialised sights under emergency procurement to help some of its elite units operating in both urban warfare and at the borders.

460 youth from J&K and Ladakh joined elite JAK LI Infantry of Indian Army. 460 passing out young soldiers from the union territories of J&K and Ladakh at JAK LI Training Camp, Dansal, district Jammu. The attestation parade was reviewed by Lt Gen MK Das, Commandant OTA Chennai.


  1. The National Investigation Agency (NIA) said that it has probed as many as 37 cases of terror attacks associated with the Islamic State (IS) so far, with the most recent being registered by the agency in June 2021.
  2. External Affairs Minister Dr S Jaishankar discussed recent developments in the Indo-Pacific and Afghanistan with French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian.
  3. Foreign Affairs Minister of Saudi Arabia Prince Faisal Bin Farhan Al Saud to arrive in New Delhi : Dealing with the new Taliban govt and bolstering bilateral energy ties with India are going to be the topmost agenda items for Saudi Arabia’s Minister for Foreign Affairs Prince Faisal bin Farhan bin Abdullah Al Saud, who arrives in New Delhi on a two-day visit on 18 Sep (Saturday).
  4. Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar participated in the G-20 Agriculture Ministerial meeting organized by Italy on 18 Sep, which holds the Presidency of G20.
  5. Global community must ensure Afghan soil is not used for terrorism : PM Modi said at SCO-CSTO meet.
  6. India’s Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) certified ExecuJet MRO Services in Dubai to carry out line and heavy maintenance on various types of Indian-registered Dassault Falcon business jets.
  7. Dynamatic Technologies has been awarded a contract for manufacturing assemblies for Boeing’s newest tactical fighter, F-15EX Eagle II. This is a first where aerostructures for the latest and most advanced F-15EX Eagle II will be made in India.


  1. Russia is holding elections to the State Duma, the lower house of Parliament from 24 Sep (Friday). The voting will take place till 26 Sep (Sunday) over a three-day period due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
  2. AUKUS : US, the UK and Austrialia: The big news of this week is the formation of a new military alliance of Australia, the UK and the US (AUKUS). With this new alliance, the first major initiative is helping Australia in building nuclear-powered submarines for its navy.
  3. The U.N. Security Council unanimously approved a resolution on 17 Sep saying that Afghanistan’s new Taliban rulers need to establish an inclusive govt that has “the full, equal and meaningful participation of women” and upholds human rights.


  1. Rohan Bopanna and Ramkumar Ramanathan blew their chances in the must-win doubles match as India lost the World Group I tie 1-3 to hosts Finland in the Davis Cup, here on 18 Sep (Saturday) in Finland.
  2. The Davis Cup is the premier international team event in men’s tennis. It is run by the International Tennis Federation (ITF) and is contested annually between teams from competing countries in a knock-out format.
  3. J&K LG Manoj Sinha honors Paralympics participants Rakesh Kumar & Jyoti Baliyan. He lauded the efforts of the Paralympics participants and wished them success in the upcoming events.

$USD 73.70 💷GBP 101.26

SUDAN : Khartoum
1 Sudanese pound =
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& 1 USD7=441 SDG

PM of Sudan : Abdallah Hamdok

🥇Gold 1 Gram 24,877.30 SDG (₹4,184.40)@ 24 (Krt)

Sudan Gasoline prices,
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BSE SENSEX : 59,015.89

NIFTY : 17,585.15


ISRO: India decided to go to space when Indian National Committee for Space Research (INCOSPAR) was set up by the Government of India in 1962.

Founder : Vikram Sarabhai
Founded : 15 August 1969
Headquarters : Bengaluru

Administrator/Director : K Sivan

😀Thought of the day

Everything has beauty, but not everyone can see


An Intelligent student
Teacher : what do u call a person
who cannot hear anything?

Student : u can call him anything, bcoz he cannot hear anything:-)


Why do snakes not die from their own venom? 🐍🐍

There are two reasons why snakes don’t die from their own venom. … Just like humans have special cells in their bodies, called immune cells, that fight diseases that get into the blood system, snakes have special immune cells that can fight their own venom and protect them from it if it gets into their own blood.

snakes cannot kill themselves with their own venom. They can however die from the physical injuries of the bite itself. Also, while they are immune to their own venom, specimens from the same species could have slightly different venom compositions and kill each other. The pharmacological effects of snake venoms are classified into three main types, hemotoxic, neurotoxic, and cytotoxic

Note Snakes are more likely to bite when harassed.

The best way to keep snakes away?
If snakes seem to always find their way into your yard, keep them away with ammonia. Snakes hate the smell and won’t come near it. Soak rags in ammonia and place them in unsealed plastic bags. Leave the plastic bags where you usually see the snakes, and they won’t come back again

LEARN Sanskrit🙏🏻

सङ्कट : Crisis

Jataram Poorayedhardham Annahi

Fill your Stomach half with Solids, a quarter with Water and rest leave it empty.

How Do Chameleons Change Colors?

Chameleon’s are famous for their quick color-changing abilities. It’s a common misperception that they do this to camouflage themselves against a background. In fact, chameleons mostly change color to regulate their temperatures or to signal their intentions to other chameleons.

Normally, the pigments are locked away inside tiny sacs within the cells. But when a chameleon experiences changes in body temperature or mood, its nervous system tells specific chromatophores to expand or contract. This changes the color of the cell.

💁🏻‍♂‍ GK TODAY


Panchatantra : Vishnu Sharma
Mudra Raksha : Vishaka Dutta
Raghuvansham : Kalidas
Kamasutra : Mallanga Vatsyayana
Artha Shastra: Kautilya
Tallest road …. Khardungla Pass (Leh Manali, India)


Kalpana Kartik (born Mona Singha; 19 September 1931) is a retired Hindi film actress.

She starred in six films in the 1950s. She is the widow of Hindi film actor and film maker Late Dev Anand. Mona Singha was a beauty queen while studying at St.Bede’s College, Shimla.


Scrape the barrel

Making the most of the worst situation or things because you can’t do anything about it.

Eg : We used to get hundreds of qualified candidates, but lately I feel like we’ve been scraping the barrel with the applicants we bring in.


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

Gayatri Devi Goddess is also known as Savitri and Vedamata (mother of vedas). Gayatri is often associated with Savitr, a solar deity in the vedas. Saivite texts identify Mahagayatri as the consort of Shiva, in his highest form of Sadasiva with five heads and ten hands and according to other texts like Skanda Purana, Gayatri is the name of the consort of Lord Brahma.

Gayatri Devi is an incarnation of Saraswati Devi, consort of Lord Brahma, symbolising the “shakti” (strength) and “dev” (quality) of Knowledge, Purity and Virtue. Saraswati Devi is held to be the patronness of the Arts, being a poet and musician, as well as skillful composer. In the form of Gayatri Devi, with the blessings of Lord Brahma, she is believed to have given the four Vedas to mankind.


(Note : These home tips followed in villages/ancient traditions, it is up to you to use it or not🙏🏻)

BLACK PEPPER , also known as the king of spices that has a load of health benefits and a major benefit of consuming pepper is that it aids in weight loss. It is also said to be good for digestion and prevents cancer by detoxifying the body. When this spice is added to the food, it makes your food taste better and spicier:-

Helps in losing weight
Detoxifies your body
Prevents cancer
Cleanses your intestines and stomach
It consists of potassium that helps in regulating heart rate and high blood pressure
Helps in producing red blood cells
Rich in vitamin B and produces calcium Prevents constipation Prevents skin deformation & wrinkles

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