Indigenous weapons to be showcased at Pokharan, Rajasthan.

  • Indian Army will hold tri-services demo of indigenous weapons at Pokharan on March 12; showcasing Pinaka launchers, Arjun tanks, Tejas aircraft.
  • The exercise aims to display India-made weapon systems like K-9 Vajra, robotic mules, Akash air defence.
  • Important innovations by Army innovators, including drone neutralisation systems and BrahMos missiles.
  • PM Modi will attend the event.

Zoya Akhtar, Asma Khan won India-UK Achievers Honours.

  • Zoya Akhtar & Asma Khan won India-UK Achievers Honours; celebrated educational ties, spotlighting Indian alumni success.
  • The awards, by NISAU, British Council, and UK's Business & Trade Dept, honor arts, sports, entrepreneurship, and medicine talents.
  • PM Rishi Sunak praised the showcasing of Indian talent in the UK, underlining the initiative's role in fostering bilateral relations.

HSBC India's Business Case Program to elevate youth.

  • HSBC India concluded its 10th Business Case programme, enhancing career readiness among 3,100 undergraduates from over 70 colleges nationwide.
  • Focused on skill enhancement, critical thinking, and leadership development.
  • Emphasizing inclusion, it reaches students in tier 2 and 3 cities, offering e-learning, workshops, mentorship, and executive interactions for comprehensive career preparation.


Bichom becomes 27th district of Arunachal Pradesh.

  • CM Pema Khandu inaugurated Bichom, as the 27th district of Arunachal Pradesh.
  • It has been formed from West/East Kameng district, with headquarters at Napangphung, fulfilling a demand since 1984.
  • CM Knandu further flagged off Arunachal Grameen Express Yojana vehicles, laid foundation for 18 projects, and inaugurated testing center/admin building of Central Agricultural University.

Fourth global Mass Coral Bleaching has baffled the world.

  • Australian authorities confirm a widespread coral bleaching event on the Great Barrier Reef, affecting an area larger than Italy after aerial surveys.
  • Over 300 reefs show bleaching from Cape Melville to north of Bundaberg; some corals are dying, highlighting severe environmental stress.
  • It is mainly due to prolonged above-average sea temperatures, underscoring the impact of climate change.

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