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Akasa Air ditched high-heels for shoes: 6 good news of the week

Here are some freshly curated positive stories and good news from the last week. Have a fantastic week ahead.

From Akshdeep Singh winning gold in the Asian 20 km race walking championships 2023 to Banks from 18 countries getting RBI’s nod to trade in rupee, here are some freshly curated positive stories from the last week.

Have a good read!

Good news: Ladakh & Mayurbhanj were featured in Time’s 2023 list of the world’s great places

A big encouragement to India’s tourism as Ladakh and Mayurbhanj has grabbed a place in TIME Magazine’s annual list of the 50 greatest places in the world for 2023.

Ladakh is located in the northernmost part of India whereas Mayurbhanj is located in the eastern state of Odisha. Willamette Valley, Oregon, Rio Grande, Puerto Rico, Tucson, Arizona, and Yosemite National Park, California are some of the other places on the list.

Khush Khabri: Akshdeep Singh wins gold in Asian 20 km race walking championships 2023

India shined bright at the Asian 20km Race walking championships 2023 as Akshdeep Singh bagged a gold medal and Priyanka Goswami bagged bronze in the men’s and women’s categories respectively. This tournament was held in Nomi, Japan.

Akshdeep Singh and Priyanka Goswami have already qualified for the World Championships and Paris Olympics.

Good news: Ayodhya Ram temple is to get ready by September this year

The construction of the Ram temple in Ayodhya is likely to get completed months before the deadline, said an office bearer of the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust.

Lord Rama’s temple will have an octagonal sanctum sanctorum, and it is now taking shape. The first phase of the temple’s construction is nearly 75% complete. Now, only 167 pillars are left to be installed in the temple and the construction of the roof will also start by May-June.

Khush Khabri: Banks from 18 countries get RBI’s nod to trade in the rupee

To avoid the current wave of wartime international sanctions hampering supply chains and global trade flows, local currency trade has been proposed. To settle payments in rupees, the RBI has permitted banks from 18 countries to open Special Vostro Rupee Accounts (SVRAs).

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These 18 nations include Botswana, Fiji, Germany, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, Guyana, Israel, Kenya, Malaysia, Mauritius, Myanmar, New Zealand, Oman, Russia, Seychelles, Singapore, Uganda and the United Kingdom.

Good news: IBA Women’s World Boxing Championships: Nikhat Zareen and Manisha Moun enter pre-quarters

Manisha Moun (57 kg), the bronze medalist defeated Australia’s Tina Rahimi with a 5-0, capping up a good day for India at the ongoing IBA Women’s World Boxing Championships. The 25-year-old Haryana-based fighter got off to a fast start and never let up, thus giving her opponent little chance to mount a comeback. Manisha will face Nur Elif Turhan of Turkey in the next Round.

The well-known pugilist Nikhat Zareen dominated on Day 4 and advanced to the pre-quarterfinals. In the 50 kg category, Nikhat defeated Algeria’s top seed Boualam Roumaysa 5-0. She will now take on Mexico’s Herrera Alvarez Fatima.

Khush Khabri: Akasa Air ditched high heels for shoes; the move was welcomed by netizens

Akasa Air, backed by late stock market investor Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, is getting lauded online for its commendable move. In lieu of heels, the crew wore sneakers on the low-cost carrier. On LinkedIn, Diksha Mishra posted a photo of a cabin crew member wearing custom trousers, a jacket, and comfortable sneakers.

Have a fantastic week ahead!

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Ayushi Mittal

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