The fourth edition of the India-Japan joint military exercise ‘Dharma Guardian’ commenced at Camp Imazu in the Shiga province of Japan.
Important Bilateral Exercises between India and Japan
In Imphal, Manipur, a B20 Conference for the delegates from G20 countries and other invited countries was held.
What is Business 20 (B20)?
While hearing petitions on the Adani-Hindenburg issue, the Supreme Court said that it will not accept sealed cover suggestions from the Centre.
What is Sealed cover jurisprudence?
The Central Government declared two organization as terrorist organizations under the provisions of the UAPA
The Terrorist Organization
With this, now there are 54 designated terrorists and 44 designated terrorist organisations under the Ist Schedule of the UAPA.
How does the government declare a terrorist organisation?
Government measures to curb terrorism
Pangolin, is confronting the perils of massive poaching and illegal trafficking in India.
The most trafficked animal
The Reserve Bank of India came out with draft norms (Reserve Bank of India (Government Securities Lending) Directions, 2023) for lending and borrowing of government securities with wider participation in the securities lending market.
Key-highlights of the Draft
What is Government Security (G-Sec)?
Treasury bills are money market instruments issued by the Government of India as a promissory note with guaranteed repayment at a later date.
World Government Summit
The World Government Summit 2023 held in Dubai.
First global summit on AI in military domain
At a time when the use of artificial intelligence has triggered a raging conversation all over - with ChatGPT catching attention worldwide - the Netherlands hosted a two-day conference on risks, challenges, and responsibilities linked to the use of AI during a conflict.
In sharp contrast to the Union Budget 2023-24, the Rajasthan Budget is an example of upholding the rights of the vulnerable through implementation of various laws.
Diminishing Social Security in Union Budget:
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