Chhattisgarh CM govt launched "Mahtari Nyay Rath".

  • The Chhattisgarh Women Commission has organised Mukhyamantri Mahtari Nyay Rath Yatra to make the women of the state aware of their constitutional rights and laws.
  • CM Bhupesh Baghel has flag off the Mukhyamantri Mahtari Nyay Rath (chariots) on the occasion of Hareli Tihaar festival.
  • The Information regarding women's rights and concerning laws spread through short films, messages and brochures.
  • Chairperson of Chhattisgarh women’s commission: Dr. Kiranmayi Nayak

Tamil Nadu govt launched "Chief Minister’s Breakfast Scheme".

  • Chief Minister of The Tamil Nadu, M K Stalin has announced to roll out a breakfast scheme for state-run school children of Classes 1 to 5.
  • The project incurs the cost of Rs 33.56 crores.
  • The breakfast meal included sambar and vegetables, will be provided to children in all working schools.
  • Every student is to be provided a 150-500 gram breakfast with sambar with vegetables.
  • Tamil Nadu Capital: Chennai; Governor: RN Ravi

Kerala govt to launch online cab service "Kerala Savari".

  • The Kerala government is set to launch its own e-taxi service named Kerala Savari from August.
  • This online taxi hiring service is being rolled out by the state Labour Department which is linking the existing auto-taxi networks in the state.
  • Aim: To ensure safe and dispute-free travel for the public at affordable rates prevailing in the state.
  • The new service would be launched in a function to be held at Kanakakkunnu Palace.
  • Kerala Governor: Arif Mohammad Khan

IIT Madras launches "Nilekani Centre at AI4Bharat".

  • The Indian Institute of Technology, Madras (IIT Madras) has launched the Nilekani Centre at AI4Bharat with an aim to advance the state of Indian language technology.
  • AI4Bharat, is an initiative to build open-source language (Artificial Intelligence) AI for Indian languages.
  • The centre has made several cutting-edge resources open-source for mass public use and can be downloaded from their webpage.

Savitri Jindal becomes the richest woman in Asia.

  • According to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, Savitri Jindal (72, Indian) has become the richest women in Asia with $11.3 billion fortune.
  • She replaced China's Yang Huiya, with the net worth of $11.0bn.
  • Huiyan, who controls largest real estate developer Country Garden Holdings of China has lost half of his wealth drop from nearly $24 billion last year to $11 billion.
  • Savitri Jindal became the chairperson of the Jindal Group, after the death of her husband OP Jindal.

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