03 Jul (Monday)
Vedic Ritu
/ Grishma
Drik Ritu: Varsha (Monsoon)
पक्ष :: Shuklapaksh
Vikram Samvat – 2080
Shaka Samvat – 1945
Month: Ashada 29, (Purnimanta) Ashada 15, (Amanta)
Nakshatra: Moola (up to 11:01 am) Purva Ashadha
Tithi: Purnima (up to 5:08 pm) Pratipada
Rahu: 07:29 AM – 09:10 AM
Yamaganda: 10:50 AM – 12:31 PM

L NEWS APPOINTMENTS https://youtu.be/ABa7JpX00B8


  1. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) forecast “normal” rainfall in July.
  2. President Droupadi Murmu will be on a five-day visit to Karnataka, Telangana, and Maharashtra from tomorrow. She will grace the 2nd convocation of Sri Sathya Sai University for Human Excellence at Muddenahalli, Karnataka on 3rd July 2023, Monday
  3. The International Buddhist Confederation (IBC) will celebrate Ashadha Purnima as the Dharma Chakra Pravartana Divas at the National Museum in New Delhi on 3rd July 2023, Monday.
  4. GURU PURNIMA 2023: Guru Purnima is celebrated on the full moon day or Purnima in the month of Ashadha of the Hindu calendar. Guru Purnima 2023 date is July 03, Monday.
    • (a) According to Hindus: Guru Purnima celebrates the birth of Ved Vyasa.
    • (b) According to Buddhism, on this day, Gautam Budhha delivered his first sermon or teaching.
    • (c) According to Jainism, Lord Mahavira became the ‘Guru’ to his first disciple Gautam Swami on this day.
  5. Vice-President Jagdeep Dhankhar is scheduled to visit Assam on the 4th of this month. He will be the Chief Guest at the 25th Convocation of the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Guwahati.
  6. PM Modi launched the National Sickle Cell Anaemia Elimination Mission 2047 from Lalpur village in Shahdol district of Madhya Pradesh.
  7. The Appointments Committee of the Union Cabinet approved the reappointment of Tushar Mehta as the Solicitor-General of India.
  8. Chemical and Fertilizer Minister Dr. Mansukh Mandaviya has said that the country is aiming to manufacture 44 crore bottles of Nano Urea annually by the year 2025.
  9. Monsoon session of Parliament: from 20 July to 11 Aug 2023.
  10. Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader Ajit Pawar joins Eknath Shinde-led Shiv Sena and BJP government in Maharashtra; Takes oath as Deputy Chief Minister along with eight other party leaders.
  11. NCP chief Sharad Pawar has called for a party meeting on July 5 to discuss the developments and the future course of action after nine party leaders took oath as Maharashtra ministers.
  12. Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Sunday announced that the Aasara pension that is given to aged persons and widows would be enhanced from Rs 2,000 to Rs 4,000. The assurance, announced at the massive Telangana Garjana meeting in Khammam.
  13. Nationalist Congress Party appointed Jitendra Awhad as Leader of Opposition in the Maharashtra Assembly after incumbent LoP Ajit Pawar joined the Eknath Shinde government as deputy chief minister on Sunday.
  14. The Parliamentary Standing Committee on Personnel, Public Grievances, Law and Justice will hold a meeting on the Uniform Civil Code (UCC)
    • How a Uniform Civil Code will impact religions, their personal laws?
    • The main aim of UCC would be to streamline present laws related to marriage, divorce, adoption, inheritance, succession, and guardianship.
    • If UCC is enforced, it would be able to fix the minimum legal age for marriage, abolish bigamy and resolve issues around interfaith marriages.
      • https://youtu.be/ABa7JpX00B8
  15. Former Punjab assembly deputy speaker Bir Devinder Singh passes away at Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER), Chandigarh.


Chief Justice of India: Shri Dhananjaya Y. Chandrachud
Minister Of Law & Justice: Arjun Ram Meghwal

  1. The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on 2nd July 2023, Sunday conducted raids at multiple locations in Bihar, Gujarat, and Uttar Pradesh in connection with a radicalized module run by Pakistan-based suspects – Ghazwa-e-Hind.
  2. Four persons were killed after fresh violence erupted in Manipur, police said, adding that one of the victims had been beheaded. While three of the victims belonged to the Meitei community and were allegedly shot dead by armed men in Bishnupur.
  3. Supreme Court reopens, to take up petitions on Manipur violence. A Bench, led by CJI DY Chandrachud, will hear petitions on the Manipur violence, including a plea of an NGO seeking Army protection for the minority Kuki tribals and action against groups attacking them.
  4. Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs’ Chairman Vivek Johri said CBIC officers have busted 304 syndicates involving 9,000 fake GSTINs (GST identification numbers) in a drive against fake input tax credit (ITC) claims. He stated that fake ITC claims worth ₹25,000 crore were also detected.
  5. A mass cremation was held on Sunday in Buldhana for 24 of the 25 victims, who were killed after a bus they were travelling in caught fire after hitting a divider on the Samruddhi Mahamarg Expressway.


Minister: Nirmala Sitharaman.
RBI Gvrnr: Shaktikanta Das
President of the World Bank : Ajay Banga

$ USD ₹.82.10
💷 GBP ₹.103.25

GDP rate (2023) : 6.15%
Inflation rate: 4.7%
Population: 141.81 cr (17.7% of the total world population).
Unemployment: 7.8%

BSE Sensex: 64,718.56 +803.14 (1.26%)🔺
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Rates in Financial Capital Mumbai

GOLD: ₹ 59,180/10gm (24 krt)
SILVER: ₹ 71,500/KG


PETROL: ₹ 97/Ltr
DIESEL: ₹ 90/Ltr
CNG: ₹ 74/Ltr
LPG: ₹ 1103/14.2 Kg


PETROL: ₹ 107/Ltr
DIESEL: ₹ 95/Ltr
Auto Gas: ₹ 60/Ltr
CNG: ₹ 79/Ltr
LPG: ₹ 1103/14.2 Kg

  1. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) made a significant announcement, revoking the banking permit of Mahalaxmi Cooperative Bank Ltd in Dharwad, Karnataka. However, in a subsequent move, the RBI granted the institution a non-banking institution license, allowing it to continue its operations.
  2. Tomato prices have soared to ₹160 per kg in Madhya Pradesh’s Raisen district. Incidentally, the Raisen district is the biggest producer of tomatoes in the state.
  3. Elon Musk-led Tesla delivered record 466,140 cars worldwide in the second quarter of 2023, beating market estimates. The deliveries increased 83% year-over-year as the electric carmaker increased discounts and incentives over the past few months.
  4. Bank of Baroda is planning to sell up to 49% stake in BOB Financial Solutions Limited, PTI reported citing a senior bank official. The bank currently holds 100% stake in its credit card business arm.
  5. Muthoot Pappachan Group’s Muthoot Microfin has refiled draft papers with SEBI to raise ₹1,350 crore via an initial public offering (IPO). The IPO consists of a fresh issue of up to ₹950 crore.


Information and Broadcasting Minister: Shri Anurag Singh Thakur

  1. Makers of ’72 Hoorain’ will hold screening of the film at Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) on July 4. “Screening so Kashmiri muslims and others express their views about the movie,” the makers stated. The trailer of the film was reportedly not given censor certificate by Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC).
  2. Indian Army has granted a No Objection Certificate (NOC) to Sunny Deol and Ameesha Patel-starrer ‘Gadar 2’, as per reports. “The makers held a special screening of the film and the response they received from the officials was extremely heartwarming,” a source was quoted as saying. ‘Gadar 2’ is reportedly set against the backdrop of the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971.
  3. A police complaint been filed against ‘Carry on Jatta 3’ makers by Punjab Shiv Sena (Taksali) in Jalandhar for allegedly hurting sentiments of Hindus. The complainants stated that there is a scene in the movie in which dirty water is being thrown in havan. They also stated a “Brahmin” who performed the havan was humiliated in the movie
  4. Veteran Bollywood actor Harish Magon, who was seen in films like ‘Gol Maal’ (1979), ‘Namak Halaal’ and ‘Inkaar’, passed away aged 76 on Saturday.


Minister: Rajnath Singh
Union Home: Amit Shah
Chief of Defence Staff:

  1. Facing an acute shortage of officers at the Major and Captain levels, the Army is planning to reduce the posting of staff officers at various headquarters to overcome their shortage in units, and is considering the appointment of re-employed officers to such posts,- (Source of Info: The Indian Express).
  2. The first batch of the crew recovery team of Mission Gaganyaan completed Phase-1 of training at the Indian Navy’s Water Survival Training Facility (WSTF) at Kochi.
  3. Indian Naval ships INS Rana and INS Sumedha undertook a Maritime Partnership Exercise with French Navy ship FS Surcouf in the Bay of Bengal on 30th June 2023.
  4. A video has surfaced online, in which an Indian Air Force (IAF) team carried out a rescue operation, saving two injured mountaineers from the Thajiwas glacier in Jammu and Kashmir’s Sonamarg.
  5. Lieutenant General MV Suchindra Kumar, Vice Chief of Army Staff (VCOAS), visited different forward areas in the Union Territory of Ladakh and interacted with troops deployed at the inhospitable terrain, the Army said on Sunday.
  6. A prototype of the Air-Launched Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (ALUAV) developed jointly by India and the United States is likely to be flight tested later this year.
  7. Defence Research and Development Organisation has test fired K-15 Submarine Launched short range Nuclear capable Ballistic Missile from Dr. Abdul Kalam Island, Odisha. Also Known as “Sagrika”, it has a range more than 750 kilometers and it is currently in service with India’s SSBN Fleet.
  8. Royal Australian Air Force P-8A Poseidon will be conducting joint maritime surveillance patrols this week with the Indian Navy to enhance maritime capabilities and build maritime domain awareness.
  9. Ex-servicemen demand permission to carry liquor bottles on KSRTC buses, Karnataka. State president, AKMSS, said liquor is being supplied under the Army Act & CSD units are not set up in all districts. Hence, soldiers and ex-servicemen carry them from a distance of over 100 kms. Moreover, they can’t hire a private vehicle to carry 2-3 bottles. Hence requested in amendment to the Excise Act and KSRTC order.


External affairs Minister: Subrahmanyam Jaishankar

  1. The Startup20 Engagement Group, under the India G20 Presidency will host two day Startup20 Shikhar summit in Gurugram, Haryana.
  2. PM Modi will chair the 22nd Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) summit of the council of heads of state to be hosted by India in virtual mode on Tuesday. New Delhi is expected to raise the concerns of the Global South (developing nations) at the summit in the context of emerging food, energy and fertiliser security challenges following the outbreak of the Ukraine conflict.
  3. Top Taiwanese technology firms are looking to relocate their manufacturing bases to India to bring down their exposure to the Chinese market.
  4. Reacting to former US President Barack Obama’s remark on religious minorities in India, American singer Mary Millben said it was “quite arrogant” of him to “make those comments during such a historic week in the US”. “Those comments…did upstage current President and…Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit,” she added. Obama had said India risks “pulling apart” if Muslim minority isn’t protected.


UNO Gen. Secy: António Guterres.

  1. The US Supreme Court on Friday struck down President Joe Biden’s student loan debt relief plan. In a 6-3 decision, the court said the Biden administration overstepped its authority in trying to cancel or reduce student loans for millions of Americans.
  2. Iran will be formally approved as a member of the regional Shanghai Cooperation Organisation with China, Russia and Central Asian countries.
  3. U.S. approves sale of ammunition worth USD 440 million to Taiwan.
  4. France: Nearly 700 people were arrested across the country on the fifth night of unrest sparked by the police killing of a teenager.
  5. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy claimed that Russia could blow up Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant, which is Europe’s largest nuclear power plant, after handing it back to Ukraine.
  6. A Thai elephant that was gifted to Sri Lanka over 20 years ago was airlifted back to Thailand on Sunday due to a diplomatic dispute over its alleged mistreatment. The 29-year-old elephant, Muthu Raj, was allegedly ill-treated at a Buddhist temple in southern Sri Lanka.
  7. Four security personnel were killed on Sunday after unidentified gunmen attacked a checkpost in the Sherani district of Pakistan’s Baluchistan.
  8. China has lodged a complaint to France over an alleged attack on a bus carrying Chinese tourists, during the intense protests that have gripped the nation over the fatal police shooting of a teenage boy.


Minister: Shri Anurag Singh Thakur
16th President of the Indian Olympic Association: P. T. Usha

Cricket: Sri Lanka qualified for the 2023 Men’s ODI World Cup with a nine-wicket victory against Zimbabwe in the Super Six stage of the qualifying competition at Queen’s Sports Club in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe.

Formation: 24 June 1932
Population: 7 Cr
King: Vajiralongkorn
Religion: 93.46% Buddhism 5.37% Islam
Language: Thai
1 THB = Rs. 2.33 INR

In India there are 28 states and 8 Union territories.
Population of India:142 cr (2023)
President of India: Smt Droupadi Murmu
Vice President: Shri Jagdeep Dhankhar
Speaker Lok Sabha: Om Birla (BJP)



Sri Krishna Devaraya was an emperor of the Vijayanagara Empire who reigned from 1509–1529. He was the third ruler of the Tuluva Dynasty and is considered to be its greatest ruler. He possessed the largest empire in India after the decline of the Delhi Sultanate. Tenali Ramakrishna was an Indian poet, scholar, thinker and a special advisor in the court of Sri Krishna Devaraya.

😀Thought of the day

All the problems are stuck between Mind h Matter. If you don’t mind, it doesn’t matter.


पप्पू ने अपने दोस्त गप्पू से कहा –

इतना मीठा-मीठा बोलती है पड़ोसन,

कसम से शूगर हो गई है…!

गप्पू ने पूछा – फिर कंट्रोल कैसे करते हो?

पप्पू – वो तो शुक्र है बीवी का,

कड़वा-कड़वा बोल के बैलेंस करती है..


Why Do We Get Chills With a Fever? 🤒😰🥵

When the brain increases the body’s temperature set point, the body strives to meet that higher temperature. You feel cold because technically you are colder than your body’s new set point. In turn, the body works to generate heat to warm itself by contracting and relaxing muscles — hence the shivering, or chills.

A fever is when your body increases its internal thermostat, found in the hypothalamus. If you exercise hard or it’s a hot day, your body temperature might increase, but the thermostat remains at around 36.8°C. When you feel hot the hypothalamus tries to correct this with sweating and increased blood flow to the skin.
What are the different types of weather alerts by IMD?

Colour- Coded Weather Warning
It is issued by the IMD whose objective is to alert people ahead of severe or hazardous weather which has the potential to cause damage, widespread disruption or danger to life.
Warnings are updated daily.

The IMD uses 4 colour codes are:

Green (All is well): No advisory is issued.

Yellow (Be Aware): Yellow indicates severely bad weather spanning across several days. It also suggests that the weather could change for the worse, causing disruption in day-to-day activities.

Orange/Amber (Be prepared): The orange alert is issued as a warning of extremely bad weather with the potential of disruption in commute with road and rail closures, and interruption of power supply.

Red (Take Action): When the extremely bad weather conditions are certainly going to disrupt travel and power and have significant risk to life, the red alert is issued.

These alerts are universal in nature and are also issued during floods, depending on the amount of water rising above land/in a river as a result of torrential rainfall.

For instance, when the water in a river is ‘above normal’ level, or between the ‘warning’ and ‘danger’ levels, a yellow alert is issued.

LEARN Sanskrit🙏🏻

दिव्य : Heavenly, Brilliant



A thermometer has a glass tube sealed at both ends and is partly filled with a liquid like mercury or alcohol. As the temperature around the thermometer’s bulb heats up, the liquid rises in the glass tube. … When it is hot, the liquid inside the thermometer will expand and rise in the tube.

💁🏻‍♂‍ GK TODAY

C. RAJAGOPALACHARI (First recipient of Bharat Ratna Award). Chakravarti Rajagopalachari, informally called Rajaji or C.R., was an Indian politician, independence activist, lawyer, writer, historian and statesman. Rajagopalachari was the last Governor-General of India, as India soon became a Republic in 1950.


Sir Ludwig “Poppa” Guttmann CBE FRS

(3 July 1899 – 18 March 1980) was a German-British neurologist who established the Paralympic Games in England. A Jewish doctor, who had fled Nazi Germany just before the start of the Second World War, he is considered to be one of the founding fathers of organised physical activities for people with a disability.

In 1952, Dutch ex-servicemen joined the Movement and the International Stoke Mandeville Games were founded. The Stoke Mandeville Games later became the Paralympic Games which first took place in Rome, Italy, in 1960 featuring 400 athletes from 23 countries. The Paralympic motto is “Spirit in Motion”. The motto was introduced in 2004 at the Paralympic Games in Athens. The previous motto was “Mind, Body, Spirit”, introduced in 1994.


In hot water

In trouble

Timid x Bold, intrepid


Timid= Diffident, coward


(Kindly inform, if given info is differ from actual facts🙏🏻)

Shri Krishna did not marry Radha. Instead, he married Rukmini and Satyabhama. Therefore, devotees wonder why Krishna never married Radha, whom he loved so much.


(a) Radha and Krishna were never two entities. In fact, they were one. Therefore, when Krishna & Radha were one, how could they marry?

(b) Another theory suggests that Krishna is associated with Radha to narrate the importance and power of love. The world would not exist if there is no love, and hence, Radha and Krishna’s bond showcases the strength of this emotion.

(c) Krishna didn’t married Radha because Lord Vishnu curse of separation from his love every time which he got from Sage Bhrigu for killing his wife. His wife was hiding Asurs but sage was unaware of it. So Sage Bhrigu cursed Lord Vishnu to be separated from his love in every birth and have to feel the pain of separation.


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


A viral fever is any fever that happens as a result of a viral infection. Viruses are tiny germs that spread easily from person to person.

Most people’s usual body temperature is around 98.6°F (37°C). Anything 1 degree or more above this is considered a fever.

  1. Drink more fluids. This causes your body to sweat in an effort to cool down
  2. You can help cool down your body by surrounding it with cooler temperatures, sponge bath.
  3. Try to avoid using too many extra blankets when you have chills.

CH Nαʋҽҽɳ Kυɱαɾ…✒️