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Publish Date: 21 Sep, 2022 |
Current Affairs September 2022: Read below the most important current affairs for 21 September 2022. Current affairs for all competitive exams, see here.

INS Ajay Decommissioned

INS Ajay was decommissioned after 32 years of outstanding service to the country. The traditional ceremony was held at the Navy Dockyard in Mumbai, when the decommissioning pennant of the ship, the naval ensign, and the national flag were all lowered for the final time at dusk to mark the completion of the ship's commissioned duty.

Maharashtra Government to Establish a body Similar to NITI Ayog

Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis announced that Maharashtra would establish an institution akin to Niti Aayog for thorough data analysis and to make well-informed choices on diverse sectors. The institution would be known as the Maharashtra Institution for Transformation, according to Mr. Fadnavis (MITRA).

Odisha govt raises DA by 3 per cent

The Odisha government announced a significant increase in dearness allowance (DA) for state government employees prior to the holiday season. According to the most recent announcement, the dearness allowance has increased by 3%.
Today, Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik gave his approval to the plan to increase the dearness allowance for state government workers.

Chinese researchers clone an Arctic wolf in 'landmark' conservation project

A wild Arctic wolf was cloned by researchers in China, and they now hope to employ the contentious genetic technology to help save other threatened species as the globe inches closer to an extinction crisis.
On June 10, 100 days after her birth, the Beijing-based company Sinogene Biotechnology introduced the female wolf clone they had given the scientific name Maya.

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