TNEA: 1304 COUNSELING CODE
THIS DAY, THAT YEAR-23RD SEPTEMBER: 1932: The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is Founded. The Middle Eastern country was created by merging the kingdoms of Hejaz and Nejd by Ibn Saud, the king of the House of Saud. The day is celebrated as Saudi National Day in the Kingdom.
THIS DAY, THAT YEAR-23RD SEPTEMBER: 1965: The Indo-Pakistani War comes to an end after an UN-mandated ceasefire. Also known as the Second Kashmiri War, the war was fought between India and Pakistan over the disputed territory of Kashmir.
23RD SEPTEMBER-“International Day Of Sign Languages” day is observed to promote the use of sign languages and to encourage the governments to make clear that sign languages are equal in status to spoken languages and to facilitate the learning of sign language and promote the linguistic identity of the hearing impaired.
23RD SEPTEMBER-“Restless Legs Syndrome Awareness” day is observed to raise awareness of a lifelong neurological condition that is characterized by an irresistible urge to move the legs to relieve unpleasant sensations such as creeping, crawling, pulling, itching, tingling or burning sensations./p>
23RD SEPTEMBER-“National Teal Talk: day is observed in honor of all women who have been diagnosed with ovarian cancer, a disease that should be talked about every day and to encourage people to wear teal, the colour associated with ovarian cancer.
23RD SEPTEMBER-“Innergize” day is observed to encourage one to slow down the fast pace of life, relax and rejuvenate by taking time to focus on one’s personal well-being and do something that makes one happy!
23RD SEPTEMBER-“Remember Me – Thursday” is observed to raise awareness and help one through the process of adopting an orphan dog or assist one in finding a “forever home”.
Washington: Amid several countries adopting different sets of rules to allow foreigners to enter their territory in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, PM Modi opines that ‘countries could mutually recognise’ vaccine certificates, to make “ International travel” easier.
New Delhi: Scientists from the Princess Máxima Center and the Erasmus Medical Center, Netherlands claim that children with Down’s syndrome have a lower chance of survival from ALL [acute lymphoblastic leukaemia], a particular high-risk form of blood cancer, than children without the disability.
Geneva: The ruling emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani ,whose nation played a pivotal role in Afghanistan maintaining peace in the wake of the US withdrawal, urges world leaders gathered at the United Nations General Assembly not to turn their backs on the country’s Taliban rulers. Emir calls for the United Nations to recognize their government and for other countries to have diplomatic relations with them.
Athens: Seven female lawmakers from the dissolved Afghanistan’s twin-chamber parliament arrive in Greece as part of the evacuation effort and are expected to travel to the US. The future of the national assembly and whether women will be allowed to hold any positions of authority remain uncertain.
12. New York: FBI Director Christopher Wray warns that the Taliban takeover in Afghanistan could inspire terror groups al Qaeda and ISIS to rebuild their forces and start .a new wave of extremism in the US. National Counterterrorism Center Director Christine Abizaid testifies that the terrorism threat to the country is more “acute” than it was two decades ago.
Geneva: World Health Organization reports the first substantial decline for more than two months, with falling COVID-19 cases in every world region. However, WHO says that the faster-spreading delta variant which has the potential to cause big outbreaks; has now been seen in 185 countries and is present in every part of the world.
ENTERTAINMENT NEWS: Mumbai: Warner Bros Pictures set to release Denis Villeneuve’s highly-anticipated film “Dune” in India on October 22. “Dune”, which will be available in IMAX, is based on Frank Herbert’s 1965 novel, considered one of the most influential books of the 20th century and credited with inspiring many of the greatest films of all time. “Dune” tells the story of Paul Atreides, a brilliant and gifted young man born into a great destiny beyond his understanding, who must travel to the most dangerous planet in the universe to ensure the future of his family and his people.
SPORTS – Cricket: IPL: Match No. 32: DD Vs SRH: SRH 134/9 lose to DD 139/2 by 8 wkts.
SPORTS – Cricket: IPL 2021: Sunrisers Hyderabad bowler T Natarajan tests positive for Covid-19 during a scheduled RT-PCR test.
SPORTS – Football: Cristiano Ronaldo overtakes Lionel Messi as ‘World’s Highest-Earning’ footballer
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