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Publish Date: 09 May, 2022 |
 
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Assembly Elections: Jammu gets 43 seats, Kasmir 47

The Union government published the gazette notification of the final delimitation order hours after the three-member Delimitation Commission submitted its report to the government. As per the order, which comes into effect from May 5, Jammu division will now have 43 assembly constituencies and Kashmir 47 in the 90-member house.
 

No free power for all from October in Delhi

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced on Thursday that the free power scheme won’t be universal any longer and well-off consumers can opt-out of the subsidy regime from October 1.
The consumers in Delhi at present get ‘zero’ power bills for up to 200 units of electricity and a subsidy of `800 on consuming 201 to 400 units per month. “People have suggested that instead of providing subsidies to financially strong households, the money be used for schools and hospitals.
 

GST collection of Rs 1.68 lakh crore in April

Registering the highest level of collections since its rollout in July 2017, gross Goods and Services Tax (GST) collections rose to Rs 1.68 lakh crore in April, for sales in March, according to data released by the Union Finance Ministry on Sunday.
 

India-Nordic Summit 2022

The Nordic countries reiterated their commitment to ambitious cooperation on renewable energy, energy diversification, smart grids, and energy efficiency. The leaders affirmed their strong commitment to multilateralism and cooperation. Prime Minister Modi invited Nordic companies for investing in the blue economy sector, especially in Sagarmala Project. He also invited the sovereign wealth funds of the Nordic countries to invest in India.
 

India Secure No. 1 Spot In Annual ICC Men’s T20I Team Rankings

India National Cricket Team have secured the No.1 position in the annual ICC Men’s T20I Team Rankings released by the International Cricket Council (ICC) on Wednesday, 4 May.
India under new captain Rohit Sharma have been in excellent form in T20 Internationals after a poor run in the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021, where they lost games against Pakistan and New Zealand to get knocked out of the tournament. Australia No. 1 In Tests, New Zealand No. 1 In ODIs
 
 
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