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Good News of the Week Where Women Rule the Series

Here are the good news from all corners of the world


  • India’s women’s team wins gold in ISSF World Cup 2022
  • Geetanjali Shree’s Hindi novel becomes 1st Indian language book to win the Booker prize
  • UPSC result: Top 3 Slots bagged by Women
  • Scroll for more…

May month ended with several Khush Khabri, and we just can’t keep calm. Therefore, we churn out five such good news from all corners of the world. And women ruled the series.

Good news: India’s women’s team wins gold in ISSF World Cup 2022

It is a proud moment for India as the Indian women’s shooting team of Elavenil Valarian, Shreya Agarwal, and Ramita won a gold medal by defeating Denmark 17-5 in the 10m air rifle women’s team event at the ISSF World Cup 2022 in Baku.

It is India’s 1st medal in this tournament. Tokyo Olympian Elavenil Valarivan shot above 10 in all the 11 series in the final.

Khush Khabri: Geetanjali Shree’s Hindi novel becomes 1st Indian language book to win the Booker prize

Geetanjali Shree’s ‘Tomb of Sand’ becomes the 1st book written in an Indian language to win the International Booker Award. The book was initially published in Hindi as ‘Ret Samadhi’ and was translated into English by Daisy Rockwell.

The book follows an 80-year-old woman as she gains a new lease on life following the death of her husband. Set in the shadow of the 1947 partition of India, it explores themes of trauma, motherhood, and feminism.

Good news: UPSC result: Top 3 Slots bagged by Women 

Shruti Sharma has topped the Civil Services Exam and secured AIR 1. Following her is Ankita Agarwal with AIR 2 for the UPSC Civil Services Exam. The complete list has been shared below on the official website – upsc.gov.in.

Following Shruti Sharma and Ankita Agarwal, Gamini Singla has secured AIR 3, and AIR 4 has been confirmed by Aishwarya Verma.

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A total of 685 candidates have been shortlisted for IPS, IAS, IFS, and many other branches of the civil services under the Central Government of India. The toppers have been selected based on their performance in all three rounds – prelims exam, mains exam, and the interview round conducted by UPSC.

Khush Khabri: Double-Decker Bus turned into a classroom 

A double-decker bus belonging to the Kerala State Transport Corporation (KSTRC) is now a classroom and a place for recreation for the Government Lower Primary School students.

The two-tier classroom has been created out of one of two decrepit low-floor buses out of hundreds meant to be scrapped by the State-run transport body. The bus was donated to the school located within the Government Teachers Training Institute (TTI) campus at Manacaud.

The classroom on wheels has a TV, chairs with multi-coloured tables, an air-conditioner, benches, and shelves for books, but the steering wheel and the driver’s seat have been retained so that children can play as if they were driving the bus. The upper tier is designed for reading and recreation.

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Good news: Spain’s New Bill on Sexual Consent

In a historic move, the Spanish parliament has approved a bill that broadens and codifies the definition of sexual consent in Spanish law. Earlier, the entire onus of proving a sexual assault was totally on survivors.

The bill defines consent as an explicit expression of a person’s will during a sexual act, stressing that silence or passivity does not mean giving consent. Earlier, to prove sexual assault, the survivors were required to prove that they suffered violence or intimidation or physically resisted during the act.

Have a happy June!

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Ayushi Mittal

In her journey to become a journalist, Ayushi can inculcate your tale through her news writings. You may find her with a mike in protests, rallies, or in museums. So what's your story?
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