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Today’s Top 5 Current Affairs: September 23, 2022

Today’s Top 5 Current Affairs

Researchers develop AI sensing technology.

Developing life-saving drugs could cost billions of dollars and take years, but researchers have discovered a new AI-based drug detection technique, and by using it, they plan to shorten the process.

India’s first dugong conservation reserve was notified in Tamil Nadu.

Tamil Nadu notified the country’s first “Dugong Conservation Reserve” in the Palk Gulf on September 21, 2022. The region covers the coastal waters of Thanjavur and Pudokottai districts with an area of ​​448 square kilometers.

The Government constitutes a committee of five members to review the operation of pharmaceutical companies.

The central Government has formed a five-member committee to consider a ‘legally enforceable’ mechanism to implement the marketing practices of pharmaceutical companies. Niti Agoy member VK Paul will head the committee. The committee is supposed to present its report in 90 days.

Subrahmanyam Jaishankar, External Affairs Minister, attends BRICS meeting.

On September 22, 2022, Foreign Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar attended the BRICS Foreign and International Ministers’ Meeting. The Ministers extended their full support to South Africa for the BRICS presidency and the organization of the XV BRICS Summit in 2023.

Government to buy additional Brahmos missiles for front-line warships worth Rs 1,700 crore.

The Ministry of Defense signed a contract worth Rs 1,700 crore with BrahMos Aerospace Pvt Ltd on September 22 September 22, 2022, to procure additional missiles for front-line warships. Atmanirbhar Providing more operations to India, the ministry will procure missiles with a strike range of 290 km.




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