The UNGA General Debate theme for this year is ‘Building Resilience through hope to recover from COVID-19, rebuild sustainably, respond to the needs of the planet, respect the rights of people, and revitalise the United Nations’.
The Central Government has released the amount for four states- Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, Punjab, and Haryana to subsidize the machinery that is required for in-situ management of the crop residue during 2021-22.
As per ISRO Chief, more than 40 space industries and startups are in consultation with ISRO for support related to various domains of space activity such as launch vehicles, development of satellites, and development of applications.
The UPI-PayNow linkage will enable the customers of each of the two fast payment systems to make quick, low-cost fund transfers on a reciprocal basis without any need to get onboarded on the other payment system.
Today on September 14, India is celebrating Hindi Diwas, also known as Hindi Day to mark the declaration of the Hindi language as an official language in India. Know its history, significance, and how it is different from Vishwa Hindi Diwas.
PM Narendra Modi is set to lay the foundation stone of the Raja Mahendra Pratap Singh University in Aligarh on September 14, 2021. All you need to know about the Jat icon after whom a university in Aligarh has been named.
For Afghanistan, around $200 million of the new money through the United Nations has been earmarked for the UN World Food Programme, which has found that 93% of 1,600 Afghans, that it surveyed in August and September 2021 have not been getting enough food.
Colexion is an NFT (Non-Fungible Token) platform for sports, entertainment, and art. Colexion announced the official launch of the largest licensed platform on September 10, 2021. The user pre-registration program has begun.
The Climate Action and Finance Mobilization Dialogue (CAFMD) of Agenda 2030 Partnership will provide both India and the United States an opportunity to renew the collaborations on climate change while also addressing the financial aspects.
The world's largest plant in Iceland capturing carbon dioxide directly from the air will be able to suck up to 4,000 tons of CO2 per year. The amount of carbon captured by the plant will be equal to the annual emissions from about 790 cars.