On Sunday, an Indian ship docked in Colombo with a cargo of emergency aid for the people of Sri Lanka, which included rice, life-saving medicines, and milk powder.
The cargo was handed over to the island nation’s government.
Sri Lanka’s Foreign Minister GL Peiris received a consignment of 9,000 metric tons of rice, 50 metric tons of milk powder, and more than 25 metric tons of drugs and other medical supplies from Indian high commissioner Gopal Baglay.
“In addition to milk powder, rice, and medicines, Sri Lanka has received Rs 2 billion in humanitarian aid from India today. Please accept our heartfelt thanks from the people of India and the Hon. Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, Hon. @mkstalin. @IndiainSL and the CWC Leader @S Thondaman in Sri Lanka have also been very helpful “There was a tweet from Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe.
An official statement from the government of Tamil Nadu says this is the first of 40,000 MT of rice, 500 MT of milk powder and medicines worth $16 million.
SP will lead the opposition to Yogi government’s price hikes and law and order issues in the legislature.
The main opposition party, the Samajwadi Party, intends to take advantage of the first session of the 18th legislative assembly of Uttar Pradesh to put pressure on the BJP-led state government on the issue of price rise and law and order.
“Fuel, vegetables, fruits, and edible oil have all seen price increases as a result of the state’s current BJP-led administration. The state’s law and order problems have gotten worse. Health care is in disarray, with patients’ relatives being beaten up in Kanpur hospitals “Sishamau assembly constituency in Kanpur is represented by a Samajwadi Party MLA, who said.
“The current state of affairs is dire. Those issues will be brought up in the assembly and the government will be asked to respond, “he stated.
It was his assessment that the BJP-led government had failed “miserably” on every front. Brij Bhushan Dubey, special secretary to the UP Vidhan Sabha, announced that UP governor Anandiben Patel will address the legislature and the legislative council on Monday to kick off the session.
The Budget for the years 2022-2023 is expected to be presented on Thursday.
According to the Union Minister, global warming must be brought under control immediately.
A well-functioning global economy necessitates the benefits that biodiversity brings to the table, according to Union Minister Bhupender Yadav, who made the statement on Sunday.
About 40% of the world’s economic output comes from biological products, and any effort to conserve biodiversity will only succeed if it can overcome global warming’s difficulties, India’s Environment Minister said at an event in Chennai.
Ahead of the celebration of the International Day for Biological Diversity, he declared, “Global warming must be brought under control urgently.
He pointed out that the country was on track to meet its national biodiversity goals and was also making a significant contribution to the achievement of global goals.
Temperatures in the nation’s capital have dropped.
According to the India Meteorological Department, the national capital reached 39.3 degrees Celsius, which is one degree lower than normal for this time of year.
There was a low temperature of 23.1 degrees Celsius in the city, three degrees lower than the season’s average.
It was three degrees hotter than normal in the capital on Saturday, with a low of 29.8 and a high of 42.4 degrees.
On Sunday, the relative humidity ranged from 77% to 29%, and the 24-hour rainfall total was 0.8 mm, according to the local weather service.
The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) predicts that Monday will be cloudy and rainy, with thunderstorms and squalls of 50-60 kmph possible in the national capital.
During the daytime, the temperature is expected to range between 27 and 37 degrees Fahrenheit.