JournaBulletin- National- Week 38


The Nation This Week

Top national news this week

Chandrayaan-3- 3 had a successful soft landing on Moon’s surface

Chandrayaan-3 safely landed on the moon.[Photo Courtesy: google/India Today]

India's Moon mission Chandrayaan-3 created history by successfully landing on the lunar surface at 6:04 p.m. on Wednesday. The Lander had a soft landing on the Moon's south pole. India is the fourth country to reach a soft landing on the lunar surface after China, the US and the Soviet Union. The Vikram lander started its slide toward the Moon's surface at a velocity of 1.68 km per second. Then, it slowed down before beginning a powered vertical fall to the Moon's surface. Landing on the dark side of the Moon has never been tried before. The highest quality camera was sent to the Moon. ISRO tweeted that it had already reached its destination, and you, too, right after the landing, adding, "Chandrayaan-3 has successfully soft-landed on the moon's surface." The mission, which determines India's technological abilities and contributes to the scientific portion of the Earth's celestial neighbour, will allow ISRO to analyse if there is ice water on the Moon." India's successful Moon mission is not just India alone; this success belongs to everyone," India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi stated while congratulating ISRO's scientists for the outstanding achievement. He named it "India's new dawn."

UP Muslim couple beaten to death after son ran away with a Hindu girl

A 50-year-old Muslim man and his wife were brutally beaten to death with sticks and iron rods by their neighbours in Uttar Pradesh's Sitapur district. The incident happened in Sitapur's Rajeypur village. According to Chakresh Mishra, Sitapur Superintendent of Police, Abbas Ali and his wife Kamrul Nisha died on the spot after four to five people attacked them for their son's relationship with the neighbour's daughter, who is from a different religion. The argument started a few years back when Abbas' son ran away with a girl from their neighbour's family. Chakresh Mishra stated According to the villagers, Ali's son and Rampal's daughter Ruby had an affair. Shaukat had forced Ruby to run away with him in the year 2020. In 2020, Ruby was a minor; therefore, registering a case, the police sent Shaukat to jail. In June, he again forcefully ran away and married Ruby. 

Board Exams will held twice a year: Education Ministry's New Curriculum Foundation

Education Ministry announces Board exams to be held twice a year.[Picture Credit: google/WION Web Team]

According to NCF, the board exams will be held twice a year; students can maintain a good score. This step is taken for students to perform well and study hard throughout the year. Students can appear for board examinations whenever they are ready and have completed the courses. The Board Examination will judge achievement and persistence rather than tuition and memorisation. Classes 11 & 12 students will study two languages from now on. They have to choose one Indian language. Students are free to opt for any subjects other than their course. It's flexible for them to decide. The ongoing practice of 'covering books' in schools will be avoided from now, while the cost of the book covers must be optimized. This step is taken to match with the New Education Policy. 

Neeraj Chopra creates record-breaking throw to qualify for finals of World Athletics Championships

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India's ace Javelin player registered an 88.77m throw in his first try to qualify for the World Athletics Championships 2023 finals. India's ace javelin renowned Neeraj Chopra creates another record-breaking throw at the continuing World Athletics Championships qualification round on 25th August. Neeraj made an 88.77m throw on his first try to enter the World Athletics Championships 2023 finals and primarily qualified for the 2024 Paris Olympics.

India's wait for the first medal at the World Athletics Championships 2023 progressed, but Neeraj's qualification for the final boosted their hopes for dignity. Neeraj is the only Indian athlete to win a silver medal in the tournament's past events and is now ready to claim a gold medal this year. After getting injured, he made a comeback; Neeraj was so good with his run-up and delivery, with no extra attempt for his throw. He admired the crowd behind him with wide open arms and a big smile.

Chess World Cup 2023 Final Highlights: India's Praggnanandhaa finishes second after a courageous fight with World No. 1 Magnus Carlsen

In the Chess World Cup final, India's Praggnanandhaa lost to Magnus Carlsen. [Picture Credit: google/The Indian Express]

 Magnus Carlsen defeated India's Praggnanandhaa in the Chess World Cup 2023 final, but not before the 18-year-old teenage genius had dejected him through the tiebreaker. After three days and four tournaments across two formats, Magnus Carlsen finally won the FIDE World Cup for the very first time in his career on Thursday. Carlsen's win was confirmed after the second match of the tiebreaker. Having finished runner-up in the FIDE Chess World Cup, Praggnanandhaa has also secured his place in the Candidates tournament. Praggnanandhaa's mother, Nagalakshmi, is delighted about the same, and she was also delighted that her son made it to the final of the mega tournament. "We are super happy that he came this far in the game. And more than that, we are proud to see him secure his berth for Candidates," she said. 


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