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ART AND CULTURE - October 2021

Oct 2021

Apr 27, 2023

PM inaugurates 6th Edition of One Earth One Health.

  •  Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated and addressed the One Earth One Health – Advantage Healthcare India – 2023 conference at Pragati Maidan in New Delhi via video conferencing. The conference was attended by health ministers from across the world, as well as delegates from West Asia, SAARC, ASEAN, and African regions. In his address, PM Modi emphasized the importance of holistic healthcare and a healthy ecosystem for human well-being.
  • PM Modi underlined that One Earth One Health follows the same set of beliefs and is an example of the same thought in action. The vision extends to the whole ecosystem, including plants, animals, soil, and rivers, emphasizing that when everything around us is healthy, we can be healthy too. This holistic approach to healthcare is important for the well-being of individuals and the planet as a whole.
  • PM Modi highlighted India's journey of the G20 presidency with the theme 'One Earth, One Family, One Future.' He realized the importance of resilient global healthcare systems in fulfilling this vision. Medical value travel and health workforce mobility are crucial factors for a healthy planet, and the One Earth One Health – Advantage Healthcare India 2023 conference is a significant effort in this direction. Today's occasion resonates with India's G20 presidency theme, with participation from numerous countries.

Apr 11, 2023

Ayush Ministry to hold 'Yoga Mahotsav' in Dibrugarh on April 7: Sarbananda Sonowal

  •  The Ministry of Ayush is organising the 'Yoga Mahotsav' on April 7, 2023 to commemorate the 75 days to International Day of Yoga at Dibrugarh University campus. The Union Minister of Ports, Shipping & Waterways and Ayush, Sarbananda Sonowal today visited the site at Dibrugarh University to take stock of the preparation for the event. The state Health Minister, Keshab Mahanta along with senior officials of Ministry of Ayush along with the district administration of Dibrugarh accompanied during the visit here today.
  • Speaking on the occasion, Ayush Minister, Sarbananda Sonowal said, "It is a moment of great pride as our beautiful Dibrugarh gets ready to host one of the biggest Yoga events in the country on April 7, 2023. It is a wonderful connection that we also celebrate the World Health Day on the same day, which ultimately is to create a conduit for the humanity to live better, healthier & happier. Yoga can do that. Due to the consistent effort of PM Shri Narendra Modi ji, yoga has become worldwide movement towards achieving better health & mind. True to our heritage, India remains committed for every effort to further this journey of Yoga as it becomes the elixir for quality human lives. Yoga has brought the world together for a better tomorrow. The Yoga Mahotsav aims to promote inclusivity and celebrate diversity by involving different segments of society in activities that promote health. I call upon everyone to adapt Yoga in their daily lives and enjoy the wonder fruits of India's rich heritage in their lives."
  • The Union Minister also interacted with the students of the University along with the Health Minister and Prof Jiten Hazarika, Vice Chancellor, Dibrugarh University among others. The discussions ranged on different topics ranging from importance of Ayush in improving our lives to the opportunities created for the benefit of the students in further their role in the nation building. Union Minister Sarbananda Sonowal also called upon the students to take active part in the successful hosting of the Yoga Mahotsav. 

Nov 15, 2022

Manipur Celebrates Amur Falcon Festival

  • The Manipur Forest Authority celebrated the 7th edition of the Amur Falcon Festival in Tamenglong district, Imphal. The objective of the Amur Falcon Festival was to spread awareness about the protection and conservation of the Amur Falcon.
  • Amur Falcon is the world's longest-flying migratory bird. It is a day-long festival that is generally celebrated in the first or second week of November to strengthen human-nature relationships and acknowledge the importance of the small raptor in the lives of people. The first edition of the Amur Falcon Festival was celebrated in 2015.
  • The Amur Falcon Festival was attended by Forest, environment, and climate change minister, Thongam Biswajit Singh, water resources minister, Awangbow Newmai, and Principal Chief conservator of forest & head of forest force, Dr. AK Joshi.
  • Through this Amur Falcon Festival people from various backgrounds come together and share their thoughts and ideas.
  • The Amur Falcon Festival is also a medium to encourage all the stakeholders in protecting the species but also make the present generation feel compassionate about the Amur Falcon and the wildlife.

Apr 18, 2022

Puducherry LG Inaugurated Beach Festival Sea PONDY-2022

  • Lieutenant Governor Dr. Tamilisai Soundararajan inaugurated the Puducherry's first-ever Beach Festival I Sea PONDY-2022 in the presence of the Chief Minister N. Rangasamy.
  • The festival will be celebrated for four days in Puducherry Gandhi Beach, Pondy Marina and Sandunes of Paradise Beach. Various cultural events and contests were held during the festival.
  • Speaking at the inaugural ceremony, Dr. Tamilisai said that the UT Administration is making all efforts to make Puducherry BEST as envisaged by the Prime Minister during his visit to the Union Territory.

Jan 13, 2022

India Skills 2021 Competition Concludes

  • India Skills 2021 national competition concluded with more than 200 participants who were felicitated by the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship. As many as 270 winners of the Competition felicitated with 61 gold, 77 silver, 53 bronze and 79 medallions of excellence. More than five hundred competitors from across the country participated in the competition to showcase their talent from 54 industrial sectors. These sectors include car paint, patisserie and confectionery, welding, additive manufacturing, cyber security, floristry, among others.
  • Odisha finished first out of 26 states and union territories of this year in the 'IndiaSkills 2021' contest with 51 medals. Odisha won 10 gold, 18 silver, 9 bronze, and 14 medallions.
  • With 30 medals, Maharashtra remained in second place, while Kerala took third place with 25 medals.
  • The winners of the India Skills 2021 competition will also have the opportunity to compete in the World Skills International Competition in Shanghai, China, in October 2022.
  • The competitions were held at multiple locations, including Pragati Maidan and offsite locations in the National Capital Region, from 7 to 9th of this month.
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