1. Indian Army counter incursion: India, counters China’s salami-slicing by a strategic incursion into the Chushul sector in Eastern Ladakh.
2.The second revenue integrated survey in a hundred years: As per the orders of the AP CM Jagan Mohan Reddy, AP will initiate the integrated survey after 1930. The pilot project of this survey will begin at Thakella Padu Village in Jaggannapeta Mandal.
3. Loan moratorium could be for 2 years: The Indian government said to the Supreme Court through the Solicitor General that the government could give two years of the moratorium and the government said that it had been estimating the distressed sectors.
4.Supreme court hearing on interest and interest on the interest of loans: Supreme Court said that it would hear and decide tomorrow on a bunch of petitions for waiver of interest or interest on interest during the moratorium.
5.Corona Updates: India reached nearly 3.7 million Corona Cases and 69, 921 new cases are recorded. Maharashtra stood in first place in India and Andhra Pradesh reached second and Tamil Nadu is third in corona cases in entire India.
6. Australia appoints its Indian envoy: Former cricketer Mathew Hayden and Indian origin Australian politician Ms. Singh appointed as the Trade Envoy in India.
7.First lady IG for Srinagar, J&K: The first IG is appointed for the Sri Nagar sector of J&K state. The 1996 Telangana Cadre IPS officer, Charu Sinha was appointed as the IG of the Sri Nagar sector. She worked in Bihar in Naxal affected area and appreciated for the services and transferred to the Sri Nagar sector as IG
8. Flood-hit part of Vidharbha can seek re-exam: The High Court of Bombay said that the students of the flood-hit Vidarbha region of Maharashtra, may take a re-exam who could not reach the exam center and came late to the exam centers may apply for the re-exam to the National Testing Agency.
9.KCR‘s strong letter to Modi asking not to cut the GST compensation: KCR wrote a letter to Modi and asked not to cut the funds of GST compensation. He also wrote that the central government’s options were not good enough regarding GST