Published on: December 7, 2022

Snippets:7 December 2022

Snippets:7 December 2022

  • SHESTEM 2022 is organised by the http://wendykeithdesigns.co.uk/wp-json/wp/v2/posts/447 Embassy of Sweden in India in partnership with the Atal Innovation Mission, NITI Aayog, Government of India and the German Centre of Innovation and Research in Mössingen New Delhi to celebrate women in the fields of science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and sustainability,

  • NHAI and Maha Metro entered into Guinness Book of World Record in Nagpur by constructing longest Double Decker Viaduct (3.14 KM) with Highway Flyover & Metro Rail Supported on single column.
  • Australia started building a network of antennas that will become one of the most powerful radio telescopes to solve space mysteries. With completion of , these antennas and a network of dishes in South Africa will form the Square Kilometre Array, a massive instrument that will untangle mysteries about the creation of stars and galaxies.
  • Sri Lanka has sought technical assistance from India’s National Dairy Development Board (NDDB) and market leader Amul, reviving a collaboration to boost dairy output
  • French writer Dominique Lapierre, the author of best-selling books on India like Freedom at Midnight and City of Joy and whose novels sold tens of millions of copies passed away
  • Shriram Finance becomes ‘largest retail NBFC’
  • A delegation from the World Bank held discussions with the Karnataka government regarding the ‘Resilient Karnataka Programme’, aimed at making the state climate-resilient and also strengthen it to mitigate disaster risks, along with international expertise
  • Cardiologist and director of Sri Jayadeva Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences and Research C.N. Manjunath, writer Krishnappa G. and social activist and businessman S. Shadakshari have been selected for the Nadoja Award
  • Sports Award
  1. Cricketer : Karun Nair and rower Tarun Krishnaprasad
  2. Lifetime achievement award: Veteran athletics coach Gaonkar GV and Capt. Dilip Kumar (kayaking & canoeing)
  3. Karnataka Kreeda Ratna: Pooja Gaali (atya patya), Kiran Kumar (ball badminton), Gopal Naik (kambala), Deeksha K (kho-kho), Shivayogi Basappa Bagewadi (stone lifting , Lakshmi Biredekar (wrestling), P Gopalakrishna (yoga), Raghavendra Hondadakeri (powerlifting), Sooraj Annikeri, wrestling), Shashank BM (para swimming), D Nagaraju (yoga), Shrivarshini (gymnastics), Avinash Naik (judo).
  4. Sports promoter award : Shri Dharmasthala Manjunatheswara Educational Trust , Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences RVCE , Hoodi Sports club ,Sri Bala Maruti Institution ,Eminent Shooting club , Balanjaneya Gymnasium , Basavanagudi Aquatic Centre , Padukone –Dravid Centre for sports Excellence
  5. Ekalavya awards: Jeevan KS (athletics), Nitin (netball), Ashwini Bhat (badminton), Tarun Krishnaprasad (rowing), Lopamudra Thimmaiah (basketball), Likith SP (swimming), , Anargya Manjunath (table tennis), Danamma Chichakhandi (cycling), Ashwal Rai (volleyball), Vasundhara MN (judo), Pradhan Somanna, (hockey), Prashanth Kumar Rai (kabaddi), Radha V (para athletics), Muneer Basha (kho-kho).
  • Chhattisgarh’ s first ever interstate bird survey was conducted in the Kanger Valley national park
  • External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar and his German counterpart Annalena Baerbock inked a mobility partnership pact to make it easier for people to study, do research and work in each other’s country.
  • Integrated policy agenda for a human–centred recovery that is inclusive, sustainable and resilient” is the theme of the 17th Asia and the Pacific Regional Meeting (APRM) of the International Labour Organisation held in Singapore