July News Roundup | Hottest June in South Peninsular India, 3 new BTech courses in DU & more
From the University of Lucknow starting 3 new BTech courses from academic year 2023-24 to South Peninsular India experiencing the hottest June in 122 years, read on to know more about the latest trending news and updates in this news roundup.
Indian Men finish 4th in FIH Hockey Pro League 2023
The Indian Men's hockey team finished FIH Pro League 2022-23 in the fourth position, dropping a place compared to last edition's performance. India had ended their FIH Pro League campaign by defeating Argentina 2-1 on June 11.
Yashasvi Jaiswal, Tilak Verma earn maiden call-ups in India's T20 series in West Indies
After shining in IPL 2023, Tilak Verma and Yashaswi Jaiswal have received call-ups to the Indian T20 team on the tour to West Indies. It is noteworthy that the Indian team has reached the Carribean for a five-match T20 series, scheduled to start in August.
Despite startup funding nosedive, India stays in Top 3 funded geographies
In spite of startup funding plummeting in India recently, the country is still among the top 3 funded geographies across the globe. It must be noted that the declining trend in startup funding across the globe has also affected the startup ecosystem in India.
South Peninsular India record hottest June in 122 years, says IMD
India's South Peninsular region has witnessed its hottest and driest June in the last 122 years, according to the Indian Meteorological Department. In addition to that, the region also saw the least rainfall of 88.6mm since the year 1901.
Delhi University announced 3 new B.Tech courses
Delhi University has opened registration for 3 newly-designed BTech courses, which will start from academic session 2023-24. The 3 new BTech courses will be in Computer Science and Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering, and Electrical Engineering.
Indian Navy conducts joint 11-day military exercise with US
The Indian and United States navies conducted a joint 11-day military exercise, which concluded on Thursday. The joint exercise was the seventh edition of the Salvage and Explosive Ordinance Disposal (EOD), which the two navies have been conducting since 2005.
Stay tuned for more updates from across the country and follow-ups on these stories.