Current Affairs: 09 September 2023

Current affairs 09 September 2023

African Union Granted Permanent G20 Membership During India’s Presidency.

The G20, the world’s foremost economic forum, has welcomed the African Union as a permanent member. This historic decision was reached during the G20 summit in India, which is focused on the theme of “Building a Resilient Global Economy.” The inclusion of the African Union is viewed as a significant development, offering substantial economic benefits to the continent and enhancing its global standing.

India Introduces G20 India Mobile App for Summit Attendees.

The Indian government has introduced a mobile app designed for attendees of the G20 summit in India. This app serves as a valuable resource, providing essential information about the summit, including event schedules, venue details, and transportation options. Additionally, it features a section dedicated to showcasing India’s rich culture and heritage.

Groundbreaking Installation of Underground Power Transformer in Bengaluru.

Bengaluru proudly hosts the country’s first underground power transformer, strategically located at the HAL Airport Road junction. This installation is expected to enhance the local power supply infrastructure, contributing to improved reliability. It is part of the Bangalore Electricity Supply Company’s (BESCOM) proactive efforts to mitigate power outages in the city.

Inauguration of Bharat Mandapam in Guwahati to Promote Indian Culture.

Guwahati, Assam, celebrates the inauguration of the Bharat Mandapam, a cultural center dedicated to the promotion of Indian culture and heritage. This splendid establishment encompasses a library, a museum, and an auditorium. The Bharat Mandapam project is a collaborative endeavor between the Ministry of Culture and the Government of Assam, aimed at preserving and promoting India’s rich cultural legacy.

Salem Sago Receives Geographical Indication (GI) Tag.

Salem sago, a unique variety of tapioca pearls produced in Tamil Nadu’s Salem district, has been awarded the prestigious Geographical Indication (GI) tag. This certification acknowledges Salem sago’s distinct qualities and its origin in a specific geographic region. The GI tag is expected to stimulate demand for this product and safeguard it against counterfeiting.

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