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Publish Date: 03 Aug, 2022 |
 
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India vs Zimbabwe ODI Squad 2022: Shikhar Dhawan named captain

A 15-person Indian team will be led by Shikhar Dhawan in the three-match ODI series against Zimbabwe. The Board of Control for Cricket informed the public of this on July 30, 2022. The All-India Senior Selection Committee has chosen the team for the ODI match between India and Zimbabwe in 2022.
 

Reliance Jio t roll out world's most advanced 5G network

Reliance Jio said that India will soon be covered by the most cutting-edge 5G network in the world, elevating India to the top spot in the world for digital connectivity and solutions. The company is confident that by acquiring the licence to use spectrum in the 700MHz, 800MHz, 1800MHz, 3300MHz, and 26GHz bands, the most recent auction round will help it solidify its leadership position across all 22 circles. Jio will be the only operator offering True 5G services throughout India because to its distinctive 700 MHz frequency footprint.
 

5G Services In India By October, Allocation By August 10

As the government successfully concluded the spectrum auction on Monday, collecting over Rs 1.50 lakh crore in bids from four companies including Reliance Jio, Bharti Airtel, Vodafone Idea, and Adani Data Networks, the fifth generation (5G) telecom services are likely to be launched in India by October 2022. Following the conclusion of the 5G spectrum auction, Union Minister of Communications, Electronics, and Information Technology Ashwini Vaishnaw said, "Auction has been completed and in the next few days, till August 10, all formalities including approving and allocating the spectrum will be done."
 

Sanjay Arora Takes Charge As Delhi Police Commissioner

Sanjay Arora, a senior IPS officer from the Tamil Nadu cadre, was appointed commissioner of the Delhi Police, according to officials.
When Mr. Arora arrived at the Delhi Officers Headquarters on Jai Singh Marg in New Delhi, the police gave him a ceremonial guard of honour.
The 57-year-old officer was a former member of the Tamil Nadu Police's special task team that later pursued and apprehended forest bandit Veerappan. He now serves as the head of the paramilitary Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP).
Rakesh Asthana, an IPS officer from the Gujarat cadre who retired on Sunday after nearly 38 years of service, would be replaced by him.
 
 
 

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