So here we are with the top stories of the month. From a wide range of news items and coverage, we have brought you the top ones. Take a brief look at what has been going on around that you missed somehow:

Siddhart Shukla’s Sudden Death Has Shocked Everyone

Sidharth Shukla, the TV darling who died today at Mumbai’s Cooper Hospital, has left the television industry and his massive following in a state of shock. With just 40 years behind him, the Balika Vadhu actor’s admirers were eagerly anticipating his future ventures, which included a film with actor Prabhas and two OTT series, one with actor Jennifer Winget and the other with actors Pankaj Tripathi as well as Monica Dogra. The actor’s most recent success came in the role of Agastya in the film Broken But Beautiful 3. Sidharth Shukla, one of the most well-known Bigg Boss contestants, was allegedly pronounced dead at a hospital on September 2 after being pronounced dead at the scene.

MS Dhoni Has Been Appointed As The New T20 Guide

Among the top stories of the month, we have MS Dhoni, Team India’s former captain, returning to the team’s dugout, but this time as a guide for the next T20 World Cup. It was only minutes before the press conference to announce the squad for the October-November tournament in the United Arab Emirates that the BCCI made the announcement about Dhoni’s inclusion. Even some of the BCCI’s own office-bearers were taken by surprise, and even the selectors were unaware of it until after the press conference.

According to sources, India’s poor white-ball record in ICC tournaments under captain Virat Kohli and Ravi Shastri, the coach, is one of the primary reasons for the decision to withdraw from the competition. When it comes to the Champions Trophy, World T20, and 50-over World Cups, the squad has either failed to qualify for the finals or failed to make it all the way there.

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GDP Recovers In A V-shaped Pattern

Chief Economic Adviser (CEA) KV Subramanian said that the nation had a V-shaped recovery in the previous year. According to the data collected over the past four quarters during the Covid epidemic, India is the only nation to have seen two consecutive quarters of growth, he said, adding that India should be able to achieve a high growth rate via increased investment rates, increased productivity as a result of privatization, and more exports in the future.

According to the minister of state for economic affairs, growth in fiscal 2023 is anticipated to be between 6.5 and 7 percent, with acceleration to 8 percent afterward, based on an increase in both investment and productivity. Among the top stories of the month this is a poignant one.

Mukesh Ambani Has Joined the Exclusive $100 Billion Club

Now to the starting one of the top stories of the month. Because of the increase in the share price of Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance Industries, India’s wealthiest promoter, and billionaire has seen his net worth steadily climb over the last several years (RIL). The value of Ambani’s family interest in Reliance Industries (RIL) crossed the $100-billion threshold, putting him in the exclusive club of billionaires.

According to statistics from the Capitaline database, the Ambani family’s 49.14 percent ownership in RIL was worth about $107 billion on Friday, while the company’s market capitalization (m-cap) hit $218 billion. Partially paid shares of the business are included in this figure.

The Taliban Announced the Date for Establishing Their Government Would Be September 11

A ceremony to swear in the interim government of the Islamic Emirates of Afghanistan (IEA) took place on September 11, which commemorates the 20th anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks in the United States. According to sources, the newly-formed Taliban administration sent invitations to representatives from a number of nations, including China, Turkey, Pakistan, Iran, Qatar, India, and, most notably, the United States, to participate in the oath-taking ceremony. 

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