News Roundup | India's 1st manned submersible, Asia Cup updates & more
From the Indian men's cricket team securing a place in the Asia Cup final with back to back victories against Pakistan and Sri Lanka to India's first-ever manned submersible ready for the 'Samudrayaan' mission, read on to know more about the latest trending news and updates in this September 13 news roundup.
India's 1st manned submersible ready to take a dip into Bay of Bengal soon
Samudrayaan, which is India's 1st manned submersible, is all set for its first trials next year. The ocean craft used for the mission, named 'Matsya 6000', has the ability to go 6000 meters under water and will have 3 human beings on it. The mission is intended to look for precious minerals in the depths of Bay of Bengal, such as nickel, cobalt and manganese.
Four-day symposium to discuss future of farmers rights started in Delhi
India is hosting a four-day 'Global Symposium on Farmers' Rights', between September 12 and September 15 in Delhi. Scientists and resource people from a total of 59 countries will participate in the symposium to discuss ways to recognize and reward the immense contribution of farmers.
2 victories in 2 days: India defeat Sri Lanka by 41 runs in Asia Cup
Defeating Pakistan and Sri Lanka on successive nights, team India has booked their place in the Asia Cup final by topping the Super 4 table. Posting a modest total of 213, Indian bowlers put on a remarkable performance to restrict the Sri Lankans on just 172.
India-Saudi Arabia sign 8 agreements on crown prince state visit
During the recent state visit of the Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, India and Saudi Arabia have put pen to paper for as many as 8 agreements. The said agreements have been signed in the fields of energy, digitalization, manufacturing, anti-corruption, and more.
Jawan set to touch ₹350 crore mark in just 7 days; Crosses ₹600 crore mark worldwide
'Jawan' has now crossed the ₹600 crore-mark globally, turning out to be the perfect follow up for Shah Rukh Khan after Pathaan. Within just 7 days of its release, the latest Bollywood blockbuster is expected to inch ever closer to the ₹350 crore mark domestically.
Coal India to invest huge ₹24,750 crore on eco-friendly transportation
In a bid to champion environmental-friendly efforts, Coal India has decided on a massive investment of ₹24,750 crore for a 61 first mile connectivity (FMC) projects. All these projects will be eco-friendly ones and will be undertaken over a 2-year period.
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