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NAVAL EXERCISE :Indian Navy Deployed Warship SHIVALIK &  Aircraft P81 and  U.S. Navy was represented by the USS Theodore Rosevelt

India and the U.S. on March 28 kicked off a two-day naval exercise in the eastern Indian Ocean region, reflecting the growing congruence in their defence and military partnership. The Indian Navy deployed its warship Shivalik and long-range maritime patrol aircraft P8I in the ‘PASSEX’ exercise while the U.S. Navy was represented by the USS Theodore Rosevelt carrier strike group, officials said.

The exercise came over a week after U.S. Defence Secretary Lloyd Austin flew into India as part of his three-nation first overseas tour that signalled the Joe Biden administration’s strong commitment to its relations with its close allies and partners in the Indo-Pacific region.

n July last, the Indian Navy carried out a military exercise with a U.S. Navy carrier strike group led by the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS Nimitz off the coast of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The USS Nimitz is the world’s largest warship.

Over 4 cr old vehicles on Indian roads, Karnataka tops list  

Over four crore vehicles older than 15 years are plying on road, and Karnataka tops the list with 70 lakh such vehicle. and proposal to levy green tax is already sent to all state govt

Move health to Concurrent list

Health should be shifted to the Concurrent list under the Constitution, and a developmental finance institution (DFI) dedicated to healthcare investments set up, Fifteenth Finance Commission Chairman N.K. Singh suggested. Making a case for enhancing government spending on health to 2.5% of GDP by 2025, Mr. Singh said primary healthcare should be a fundamental commitment of all States in particular and should be allocated at least two-thirds of such spending.

Bringing health into the Concurrent list would give the Centre greater flexibility to enact regulatory changes and reinforce the obligation of all stakeholders towards providing better healthcare.


The Election Commission of India (ECI) has the power to issue notice for the withdrawal of a party’s symbol for abusive language against a candidate, former Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) N. Gopalaswami said. They cannot derecognise a party. But they can take away the symbol. I hope at some point of time, the ECI takes things to that extreme and disassociates a particular party from a symbol.



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