Mongolia Current Affairs - 2020
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14th edition of Indo–Mongolian joint military training called Exercise Nomadic Elephant-XIV commenced from 5 October 2019. It is being conducted over a period of 14 days from 5-18 October 2019 at Bakloh, a town in Himachal Pradesh.
About Nomadic Elephant 2019
The Mongolian Army is being represented by officers and troops of elite 084 Air Borne Special Task Battalion while Indian Army is being represented by a contingent of a battalion of Rajputana Rifles.
Objective of Nomadic Elephant-XIV:
- To evolve various tactical drills in counter-terror environment such as Convoy Protection Drill, Room Intervention Drills, Ambush & Counter Ambush Drills.
- To train troops in counter insurgency & counter terrorism operations under United Nations (UN) mandate.
The Joint Exercise is an ideal platform for armies of both nations to share their experiences and best practices and gain mutually. It will also enhance defence co-operation and military relations between two nations.
The training by both contingents will also lay emphasis in capacity building for conducting joint operations by a cohesive subunit, comprising of troops from both armies, in an adverse operational conditions thus enhancing the interoperability between the two armies.
Tags: Himachal Pradesh • India • Joint Military Excercise • Joint Military Training • Mongolia
Pranati Nayak of India won bronze medal in vault event held at Senior Asian Artistic Gymnastics Championships 2019 in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.
About Pranati Nayak
The 23-year-old Indian gymnast is from West Bengal, who had qualified for vault finals with a 6th place, in finals scored 13.384 to claim bronze medal. She had scored 13.400 and 13.367 in the 1st and 2nd vault respesctively.
Other Winner: China’s Yu Linmin (14.350) clinched the gold and Japan’s Ayaka Sakaguchi (13.584) won silver medal at event.
She now currently stands tall as India’s 3rd major vaulting medallist after Dipa Karmakar and Aruna Reddy.
She now eyes her biggest challenge of World Championships 2019 which is scheduled to be held later this year.
About Asian Gymnastic Championships
AGC is organized by Asian Gymnastic Union (AGU) for each of the FIG (International Gymnastics Federation) gymnastic disciplines for both men’s and women’s. The FIG is the governing body of competitive gymnastics which is headquartered in Lausanne, Switzerland.
The senior editions of Asian Gymnastics Championships is one in which competitors must be above 16 years of age.
The Senior Asian Artistic Gymnastics Championships 2020 will take place in Japan Tokyo, Japan from 2–5 May 2020.