October 28 News Roundup | Partial lunar eclipse today, World Cup 2023 points table & more
From Tata Group all set to manufacture Apple iPhones in India to a partial lunar eclipse to be visible across India tonight, read on to know more about the latest trending news in our October 28 news roundup.
Partial lunar eclipse to be visible in India post-midnight
A partial lunar eclipse is all set to be visible across India after midnight today. The said eclipse will be witnessed for 1 hour and 19 minutes, from 01:05 AM to 02:24 AM. Apart from Asia, the partial eclipse will also be seen in Europe, Australia, Africa, and Eastern South American regions.
Asian Para Games: Indian contingent finishes with record 111 medals
The Indian contingent has scripted history at the ongoing Asian Para Games in China. India finished the tournament with a medal tally of 111, breaking the previous record of 72 medals. These included 29 Gold medals, 51 Bronze medals, and 31 Silver medals.
Tata Group to begin manufacturing Apple iPhones in India
As Apple looks towards India as its next production growth destination, the country's Tata Group has received the approval to assemble iPhones in India. This comes after the Tata Group purchased the Indian manufacturing unit from Wistron Corp.
World Cup 2023 Points Table: SA on top, India second
Ahead of the much-awaited India vs England game on Sunday, South Africa sits atop the World Cup 2023 points table. If the men in blue can manage a victory against England tomorrow, they can trump the South Africans to reclaim the top spot on the table.
Another 51,000 appointment letters distributed under Rozgar Mela
A total of 51,000 letters were distributed by PM Modi via video conferencing under the Rozgar Mela. It is noteworthy that this online job fair is taking place across 37 locations in the country, where recruits in various state and central government departments are being given appointment letters.
New 6G research and development center to be set up in India by Ericsson
Ericsson, the Swedish telecom gear maker, has made an announcement in view of setting up a new 6G research and development center in India's Chennai. It is noteworthy that such centers will immensely help the country make the 6G leap.
Stay tuned for more updates from across the country and follow-ups on these stories.