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Daily Current Affairs 25th September 2023: Your guide for daily General Knowledge Preparation

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This post contains important current affairs of 25th September 2023. It includes all Major National, International, Business and Sports related current affairs of 25th September 2023. A brief explanation of every current affair is provided to further enhance your general knowledge. Once you have gone through these current affairs we would recommend to you to try 25th September 2023 Current affairs test.


National Updates

1. India’s Debut Lighthouse Festival Takes Center Stage in Goa

  • On September 23, the Indian shoreline state of Goa was illuminated with its first-ever lighthouse festival. Orchestrated by the Union Ministry responsible for Ports, Shipping, and Waterways, the festival was launched to transform 75 lighthouses nationwide into major tourist attractions.
  • Spanning from September 23 to September 25, the event in Goa showcased the importance and rich heritage of lighthouses in India’s maritime history.
  • Fort Aguada Lighthouse in Panjim, Goa, served as the venue for the grand opening. The event saw the participation of Union Minister Sarbananda Sonowal, highlighting the Fort’s unique history and captivating views.

2. Majority of Indian Villages Achieve ODF Plus Recognition

  • Gajendra Singh Shekhawat, the Jal Shakti minister of India, acknowledged that 75% of the country’s villages, approximately 4.4 lakh, have reached the ‘Open Defecation Free Plus’ (ODF Plus) standard. This achievement paves the way for the Swachh Bharat Mission Gramin’s Phase 2 objectives for 2024-25.
  • An ODF Plus village not only retains its ODF status but also incorporates waste management systems.
  • A breakdown of the ODF Plus villages shows diverse classifications, including ‘ODF Plus Aspiring’ villages, ‘ODF Plus Rising’ villages, and ‘ODF Plus Model’ villages, each denoting different waste management capabilities.

International Bulletin

1. US to Host World’s Second-Largest Hindu Temple Outside of India

  • October 8, 2023, will see the inauguration of the Swaminarayan Akshardham temple in Robbinsville Township, New Jersey. Under the spiritual guidance of Mahant Swami Maharaj, the temple is slated to be the world’s second-largest Hindu temple, following Cambodia’s Angkor Wat.
  • The temple stands as a testament to dedication, age-old traditions, and architectural prowess.
  • The New Jersey temple complex, measuring 255ft x 345ft x 191ft, includes one primary shrine, several sub-shrines, shikhars, and an elliptical dome of unparalleled stone craftsmanship.

State Newsflash

1. Madhya Pradesh Welcomes its Seventh Tiger Reserve

  • Madhya Pradesh has introduced the Veerangana Durgavati Tiger Reserve, marking its seventh and India’s 54th tiger reserve.
  • Covering Sagar, Damoh, and Narsinghpur districts, the reserve spans 2,339 square kilometers. The reserve integrates regions within the Nauradehi and Durgavati Wildlife Sanctuaries. Efforts are underway to create a green corridor to connect the new reserve with the Panna Tiger Reserve.
  • Core and buffer zones have been delineated within the reserve. The 2022 tiger census showcased Madhya Pradesh’s growing tiger population, solidifying its status as the “tiger state”.

2. Goa’s Vision for Beach Tourism with a Revamped Shack Policy

  • Goa, a jewel on India’s western coastline, has endorsed the “Goa State Shack Policy 2023-2026”. This initiative aims to transform the beach landscape while ensuring sustainable tourism and local economic upliftment.
  • The new policy introduces seasonal beach structures, including shacks, deck beds, and umbrellas to enhance the visitor experience.
  • To maintain the policy’s integrity, stricter penalties for violations have been introduced, underscoring the importance of hygiene and cleanliness.

Defence Dispatch

1. Dignity Ensured for Border Roads Workers with a New Policy

  • In an effort to bolster infrastructure at its remote borders, India has announced a policy to better the lives of casual workers at the Border Roads Organisation (BRO).
  • Sanctioned by Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, the policy includes measures like the transportation of mortal remains and increased funeral expenses, highlighting the risky nature of their job.
  • The policy now also extends to casual laborers, who previously did not enjoy such privileges.

2. Bharat Drone Shakti-2023 Exhibition to Open in Uttar Pradesh

  • Defence Minister Rajnath Singh is all set to unveil the Bharat Drone Shakti-2023 exhibition at Hindan Air Base. This will also see the induction of the C-295 transport aircraft into the Indian Air Force.
  • The acquisition is a culmination of a contract with Airbus Defence and Space. Airbus is set to deliver 16 C-295 aircraft by 2025.
  • Collaboration between Airbus and Tata Advanced Systems in India will further oversee the production of the remaining aircraft.

3. YUDH ABHYAS’ 19th Edition Set in Alaska

  • The joint military exercise between the Indian Army and the US Army, YUDH ABHYAS, will take place in Alaska, marking its 19th edition.
  • A 350-strong Indian Army battalion from the MARATHA Light Infantry Regiment will participate.
  • The exercise seeks to bolster military cooperation and focuses on enhancing skills suited for UN peacekeeping operations.

Business Brief

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1. Apple Set to Expand Production in India

  • Tech giant Apple is on track to amplify its manufacturing footprint in India. The company’s aim is to boost its production to an estimated $40 billion within the next 4-5 years.
  • This expansion plan follows Apple’s accomplishment of hitting a $7 billion production value last fiscal year. While Apple is set to begin producing AirPods in India, other products like iPads and laptops aren’t on the immediate horizon.
  • Market research from Counterpoint Research confirms Apple’s dominant 59% market share in the premium smartphone segment in early 2023. India is quickly becoming one of Apple’s top markets.

Summary of the News

Important Days News:

  • 1. International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons (26th September) emphasizes public awareness about the threats and costs of nuclear weapons.
  • 2. World Rivers Day (24th September) promotes the significance of rivers and their sustainable management.
  • 3. Antyodaya Diwas (25th September) commemorates the birth anniversary of Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya, a prominent Indian leader and co-founder of BJS.
  • 4. World Tourism Day (27th September) underlines the social, cultural, political, and economic value of tourism worldwide.


  • 1. Oscar-winning film producer and director Steven Spielberg passed away at 78. He made groundbreaking movies such as “Jurassic Park”, “Schindler’s List”, and “E.T.”.
  • 2. Celebrated Indian playback singer Lata Mangeshkar passed away at the age of 95, leaving behind a legacy of melodious songs that touched millions of hearts.
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