Current Affairs: 13 September 2023

current affairs 13 september 2023

The India and US WTO Poultry Dispute Resolution:

India and the United States of America have come to an agreement to resolve their long-standing World Trade Organisation (WTO) poultry dispute. This resolution was announced through a joint statement following a meeting between Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Joe Biden. As a part of this settlement, India will lower tariffs on various American products, which includes frozen turkey, frozen duck, fresh and processed blueberries, cranberries, and dried variants.

CBI Empowered to Probe Pre-2014 Cases Without Government Permission:

In a significant ruling, the Supreme Court has decreed that the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) does not require prior government approval to investigate cases registered prior to 2014. This ruling carries implications for several high-profile cases, notably the 2G spectrum scam and the coal block allocation scam.

Maharashtra Emerges Victorious in the 5th National Wheelchair Rugby Championship 2023:

The 5th National Wheelchair Rugby Championship 2023 saw Maharashtra rise as champions, defeating Karnataka in the final with a commanding score of 31-10. This championship unfolded in Mumbai from September 9 to September 12, 2023, showcasing exceptional sportsmanship and skill.

Inflation in India Sees a Decline to 6.62% in August 2023:

In August 2023, India witnessed a reduction in inflation to 6.62%, down from 7.01% in July 2023. This marks the fourth consecutive month of declining inflation rates. Several factors contributed to this easing of inflation, including a drop in vegetable prices and a deceleration in the growth of fuel prices.

Indian Navy Partners with Uber for Personnel Mobility:

The Indian Navy has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Uber, a leading cab solutions provider, to offer reliable, convenient, safe, and cost-effective mobility solutions for personnel and Naval equipment mobility. Rear Admiral Anup Singh, Assistant Chief of Naval Staff (Personnel), and Prabhakar Raghavan, President, India and South Asia, Uber, jointly signed the MoU. This partnership promises to enhance mobility for Indian Navy personnel and equipment.

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