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Publish Date: 26 Sep, 2022 |
 
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International Day of Sign Languages 2022

The purpose of the International Day of Sign Languages is to increase public knowledge of sign languages that are recognised as protecting the human rights of the deaf. The day supports cultural diversity and linguistic identity for all those who communicate with one another through sign languages. Languages are the means of communication, and this day emphasises the harmony around the sign languages used by the deaf community. The theme for this year’s International Day of Sign Language is ‘Sign Language Unite Us.’
 

SAFF Women’s Championship 2022

At the SAFF Women's Championship, Bangladesh earned a historic victory to win the inaugural championship at the Dashrath Rangshala Stadium in Kathmandu, Nepal. In front of a packed stadium to witness some outstanding football on show, the Bangladesh squad defeated hosts Nepal by a score of 3-1 in the finals. Sabina Khatun, the captain of Bangladesh, was the tournament's top scorer with eight goals in five games. She dedicated the trophy to the people of Bangladesh.
 

BRICS members support South Africa's chairship in 2023

Brazil, Russia, India, and China's foreign ministers offered South Africa their unwavering support for hosting the 15th BRICS summit as well as for the BRICS Chairship in 2023. The 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly coincided with the BRICS foreign ministers' annual meeting in New York, when they expressed excitement for the upcoming Standalone Meeting of BRICS Ministers of Foreign Affairs and International Relations in South Africa in 2023.
 

Cattle Control Bill Withdrawn from Gujarat

The Gujarat Legislative Assembly unanimously withdrew a Bill intended to outlaw the movement of stray cattle on roadways and public spaces in metropolitan areas of the State as a result of widespread objections by the cow-rearing community. The decision was made following a protest by the locals, who sprayed milk on the streets.
 
 
 

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