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Publish Date: 30 Sep, 2022 |
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General Anil Chauhan takes over as 2nd CDS of India

General Anil Chauhan will take over as India's new Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) on September 30, more than nine months after General Bipin Rawat, the nation's first CDS, died in a helicopter crash, according to officials with knowledge of the situation. The government had announced Chauhan's appointment as CDS on Wednesday, putting an end to the months' worth of speculation about Rawat's replacement. On May 31, 2021, Chauhan announced his resignation as the commander of the Eastern Army. Prior to being named to the top position, Chauhan served as the military adviser to the National Security Council Secretariat (NSCS).

World Heart Day 2022

World Heart Day is observed every year on September 29 to draw attention towards the rising problem of heart disease. World Heart Day 2022 encourages people globally to take care of the significant body organ and follow the dietary plan that will help in keeping their hearts healthy. The theme for World Heart Day 2022 is ‘Use Heart for Every Heart’. The theme for World Heart Day highlights the World Heart Federation’s goal to bring people together globally to fight against Cardiovascular Disease.

Centre appoints R Venkataramani as the new attorney general

After senior attorney Mukul Rohatgi's refusal of the Center's offer to serve another term as attorney general, the Central government named senior advocate R Venkataramani as the new attorney general of India on Wednesday for a three-year term. Rohatgi claimed that he had no particular justification for his choice.

Bundelkhand's First Tiger Reserve Gets a Nod from the Government

The establishment of the first tiger reserve in the Bundelkhand region has received approval from the Uttar Pradesh cabinet. 52,989.863 hectares will make up the tiger reserve, including 29,958.863 hectares for the buffer zone and 23,031.00 hectares for the core region, which was already designated as the Ranipur wildlife sanctuary in the state's Chitrakoot district.

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