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1st Indian MP Scottish Parliament: Daily Current Affairs 2021
Dr. Sandesh Prakash Gulhane was recently sworn in as a Member of Parliament in Scotland. He is the first Indian-origin Scottish MP to be elected to the Scottish Parliament. Sandesh Gulhane, a doctor by training, began his career as an orthopedic registrar at an East Kilbride hospital. He built a strong reputation in medicine and eventually transitioned into politics by offering social services. In the Scottish parliamentary elections of 2021, Dr. Sandesh declared his candidacy from the Glasgow Pollock constituency. Besides, He stood for the Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party in the election.
Cine Lyricist Adarsh Deepak Passed Away: Latest Current Affairs Today
C. Adarsh Deepak, a well-known poet, and songwriter died of the corona. He was born in Rawalpindi on January 18, 1950. He has earned several Drama Arts Council awards, including Best Actor, Best Comedian, and Best Character Artist. Nirmalananda Vatsayan, a renowned poet, translated Deepak’s poetry into Hindi. In addition, in Madras, he was awarded the Kalasagarh Award in 1984 and the Best Faculty Award in 2003. Some of his works include Kokilamma Padalu, Agni, Samara Shankham, Pranam, Adavi, Deepakaragam, Asayala Pandirilo, and Sreesri Oka Thirani Daham. He has also served as a judge for the Drama Arts Council for the past 25 years.
Mp Rajiv Satav Passed Away: Today Current Affairs
Rajiv Satav, a Maharashtra Congress chief and Rajya Sabha member, died on May 16, 2021. He is a Maharashtra native who served as the National President of the Youth Congress and a member of the Lok Sabha from 2009 to 2014. Rajiv also acted as the AICC General Secretary, managing the party’s operations in Gujarat. He was regarded as a personal friend of Rahul Gandhi. Finally, the Congress party lost its top leader as well as a Rajya Sabha member.
Cultural Exchange Program Between India and Mongolia Stands Renewed Until 2023
Mongolians will be able to study ‘Tibetan Buddhism’ in specialized institutes such as CIBS, Leh, and CUTS, Varanasi, ten dedicated ICCR scholarships beginning in 2020-2021. The Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR) is a self-governing body of the Indian government that promotes India’s external cultural relations (cultural diplomacy) through cultural exchange with other countries. By 2022, the Ministry of Culture is expected to finish reprinting about 100 sets of sacred Mongolian Kanjur for distribution in Mongolia’s major Buddhist centres. Mongolian Kanjur is a 108-volume Buddhist canonical text that is considered Mongolia’s most significant religious text. It is written in classical Mongolian and has been translated from Tibetan.
Jana Small Finance Bank Launches ‘I Choose My Number’ Feature
Customers of Jana Small Finance Bank will now be able to choose their favourite numbers for their savings or current accounts, the bank announced on Tuesday. According to a press release from the company, consumers would be able to select their favourite numbers as the last 10 digits of their checking account, savings or current account. The customer’s preferred account number will be assigned based on the availability of the requested number.“We observe that customers want banking to be easy and personalised,” says Ajay Kanwal, MD and CEO of Jana Small Finance Bank. Customers will be able to better relate to and communicate with the bank when they choose auspicious or lucky numbers.