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India Welcomes 12 New Big Cats! 4 Good News of the Week

From Kuno National Park, welcoming 12 new big cats to Surbhi Jakhmola, getting posted on a foreign assignment at BRO; here are four pieces of good news from the last week.


Start your week with freshly brewed positive stories. From Kuno National Park welcoming 12 new big cats to Surbhi Jakhmola getting posted on a foreign assignment at BRO, Here are four pieces of good news from the last week.

Good news: Kuno National Park to get 12 cheetahs from South Africa

The conversation of cheetahs grabbed the attention as South African president Matamela Cyril Ramaphosa signed the MoU(make it more clear by adding full form)to translocate 12 cheetahs to Kuno National Park in the Sheopur district of MP.

These cheetahs will be at the Kuno Cheetah enclosure by the 1st or 2nd week of February. Earlier in September 2022, India welcomed eight cheetahs from Namibia.  

Khush Khabri: Suryakumar Yadav becomes 1st Indian men’s player to get T20I player of the year award

In the cricket world, India proved its dominance as Indian cricketer Suryakumar Yadav became the first ever Indian cricketer to be honoured with the ICC Men’s T20 Cricketer of the year award.

He scored 1164 runs in 31 matches last year, and his strike rate stood at 187.43. He is the first Indian batter to cross the 1000-run mark in a year.

Good news: Indian Army qualifies over 30 women officers for command roles

For the first time, the Indian Army has earned over 30 women officers for commander roles in the initial list. These officers are from different arms and services, including corps of engineers, Signals, Ordinance, electrical and mechanical engineers.

These officers will also be considered for future promotions and higher ranks in the Army.

Read More- India’s push for women participation recognized at World Economic Forum 2023

Khush Khabri: Captain Surbhi Jakhmola, 1st woman officer posted on foreign assignment at BRO

It is a proud moment for all of us as captain Surbhi Jakhmola of the Indian Army’s 117 Engineer Regiment is set to become the 1st woman officer to be posted on a foreign assignment at the Border Roads Organisation (BRO).

She will be a part of the Project Dantak in Bhutan. The Border Roads Organisation is an executive road construction force in India that supports the Indian armed forces.

Have a happy Monday!

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