News For 10th-Oct (Monday)

*International News*
1) US, Canada and Britain lead human rights Accords Against China has been rejected at UNO. The proposal discussed the atrocities and genocide China is doing on Uyghurs and other muslim community in his Xinjiang province. Also, It's only the second time in 16 years that a proposal has been rejected at UNO council.

*Defence News*
1) Bharat Forge has recently dispatched its first lot of Armoured vehicle Kalyani M4, which is manufactured in ITA, Pune and Satara plant. These will be deployed by the Indian Army in case of any stand-off with PLA along LAC and other areas. Also,This will help in petrolling the borders.
2)The HAL Prachand also known as HAL Light Combat Helicopter is an Indian multi-role, light attack helicopter designed and manufactured by the Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) under project LCH.. It has been ordered by the Indian Air Force and the Indian Army. It will further enhance the combat powress by it's diverse operational capabilities.
3) On the Occassion of airforce Day , the force has introduced new combat uniform inspired from digital comauflage. Also,The government has approved the creation of a new branch, called the Weapon Systems (WS) branch in the Air Force - aimed at entailing unification of all weapon system operators under one entity.
4) From Next year the new operational Branch of Airforce will induct Women agniveers. On the airforce day occasion Air chief Marshal VR choudhary (PVSM,AVSM,SM,ADC) said,"Induction of air warriors into the Indian Air Force through the Agnipath scheme is a challenge but more importantly, it is an opportunity to “harness the potential of India”.

*Sports News*
1) PR Sreejesh, Indian hockey team player, has been awarded FIH Men's goalkeeper of the year and Sunita Punia has been awarded FIH Women's goalkeeper of the year.

*Economy News*

1) UNCTAD Annual trade and development Report has revealed India's GDP growth Rate to be 5.7% in 2022 and 4.7% for 2023. Reason for decreased estimates is the looming global Economic recession.
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