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04 May (मई) 2020

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  1. Technologists of the autonomous institute Sri Chitra Tirunal Institute of Medical Sciences and Technology (SCTIMST) under the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India, test two types of the nasal and oral swab (used to clean the nose and mouth) for the Kovid-19 test. And have developed viral transport media. The viral RNA stored using these swabs and medium has the potential for good improvement. These swabs are sterilized, Will be available as a ready-to-use device. The swab is designed to bring efficiency and ease to the working environment and to help improve sample collection with minimal discomfort for patients. The minimum contact of health workers with samples is ensured during safe and convenient packing. The second discovery Chitra viral transport medium is specifically designed to keep the virus active during transport from the collection center to the laboratory. Currently, 50 (3 ml/vial) virus transport medium with a 50 swab in kits costs a maximum of Rs 12,000.
  2. PAHAL (Partnerships for Affordable Healthcare Access and Longevity) is a collaborative project between USAID of the US and New Delhi-based company IPE Global. The US announced that it would provide an additional $ 3 million in aid to India to tackle the proliferation of Kovid-19, in addition to $ 5.9 million previously. So far, USAID has provided $ 5.9 million. The recently allocated funds will be used to disseminate public health messages to the public, care for the affected, monitor, and search the case. USAID will also assist the National Health Authority to set up a financial facility to raise resources from the private sector. This will benefit more than 20,000 health facilities who are enrolled in Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana.
  3. The Central Administrative Tribunal-CAT has issued new guidelines for hearing by the court benches in the Green, Orange, and Red Zone areas. Accordingly, the benches of the courts located in the Green Zone will work according to the instructions of the Ministry of Home Affairs, following the rules of social distance and cleanliness. The CAT has stated that the mode of functioning of the High Court in the concerned areas will be decided by the concerned bench after consultation with the Chairman of the Bar Association. Quick hearing cases in the courts of the Red and Orange zones can be filed through email by contacting the registrar of the concerned bench. If the case is proposed to be heard, then this hearing will be done through Cisco Webex online video conferencing facility.
  4. Saffron cultivation in the Kashmir Valley has been provided with a geographical indication tag. It is noteworthy that recently three other products like Gorakhpur Terracotta, Kovilpatti Kadalai Mitai, and Black Rice from Manipur also received GI tag. Saffron grown in Kashmir is long, thick, and dark red. Also, it has a considerable aroma and is processed without adding any chemicals. The color of saffron is unique due to the high amount of crocin. The bitterness in it is due to the presence of picrocrocin.
  5. The Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region directed the Government of Arunachal Pradesh to include the Hajong and Chakma communities in the COVID-19 relief program. The Chakma and Hajong communities, then migrants from East Pakistan (now Bangladesh), are still living in relief camps. He came to India in 1964. There are more than 1 lakh Dodge and Hajong refugees in the country. Apart from these people, there are around 15,000 Dodge and 2,000 Hajong in the relief camp set up in Arunachal Pradesh. The Chakmas were predominantly Buddhist and Hajong is Hindu. They were residents of the Chittagong Hills in areas of East Pakistan. He migrated to India in the 1960s due to the construction of the Kapettai Dam across the Karnafuli River. They also faced persecution in East Pakistan because they were non-Muslim. Currently, these tribes do not have citizenship or land rights. However, they are provided with basic facilities.
  6. The Expert Appraisal Committee approved the proposal of the new Parliament for Rs 922 crore. The Central Vista Committee has also approved the new plan. The matter of tree felling and its related environmental concerns is pending before the Supreme Court. However, the apex court had recently refused to stay the Central Vista redevelopment project. COVID-19 is supporting the Central Public Works Department (CPWD) project amid the crisis. According to CPWD, the Parliament has constructed 93 years ago and the construction of a new building is extremely important.
  7. Because of the Kovid-19 pandemic outbreak, the Maharashtra government has announced that 100% population of the state will be provided free treatment under Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Jan Arogya Yojana. On the occasion of the 60th foundation year of the state, Health Minister Rajesh Tope said that with this, Maharashtra has become the first state in the country to provide free and cashless insurance facilities to the people of the state. Meanwhile, the local body in Mumbai has asked its employees above the age of 55 to work from home or stay away from field duty. Because of the outbreak of the Coronavirus, people suffering from other diseases have been given two weeks’ leave.
  8. Shobhana Narasimhan has been selected as an international honorary member for the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. She is currently a Professor of Theoretical Sciences Unit (TSU) at the Jawaharlal Nehru Center for Advanced Scientific Research (JNCASR). He has been awarded for his distinguished work in the field of science. He has done important work on the rational design of nanomaterials and investigated how the reduction in dimension and shrinking of size affects physical properties. The American Academy of Arts and Sciences honors scholars and leaders who have proven themselves outstanding in science, art, humanities, and public life. The previous list of international honorary members includes the names of celebrities such as Charles Darwin, Albert Einstein, and Nelson Mandela.
  9. The Central Government has announced to increase the Minimum Support Price for Minor Forest Produce-MFP of 49 commodities. The MSP growth between various items of minor forest produce ranges from 16% to 66%. The Minimum Support Price (MSP) for Small Forest Produce (MFP) is revised once every three years by a pricing cell constituted under the Ministry of Tribal Affairs, Government of India. The latest pricing is likely to provide the necessary support to the livelihoods of tribal collectors as it will provide immediate and much-needed momentum to the procurement of secondary tribal produce in at least 20 states.
  10. The Indian Coast Guard-ICG will actively participate in the ‘India Thanks COVID-19 Warriors’ initiative in expressing gratitude to the Kovid-19 warriors. It will decorate the ships with colorful lights and will shower flower petals on the hospitals treating the Corona patients. To appreciate the efforts of Kovid-19 warriors, ships will be lighted at 25 locations along the entire coastline of the country. These places also include the remote islands of Andaman – Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep, and Minicoy Islands. Also, the Defense Ministry said in a statement that ICG helicopters will flower at hospitals treating Kovid-19 patients at five locations including Mumbai, Goa, and Chennai. 40 ICG ships and about 10 helicopters will participate in this expedition.
  11. The Council of Scientific and Industrial Research-Central Road Research Institute (CSIR-CRRI) launched the Kisan Sabha application. This application has been launched to connect farmers to the freight and supply chain. The purpose of this application is to provide timely support to farmers and help in increasing their profit. This is possible because this application reduces the interference of intermediaries and connects directly with institutional buyers. Thus, farmers can get the best market rates for their crops.
  12. It was informed in the review meeting of the Government of India that Madhya Pradesh has become the first state in the country to provide mid-day meal ration. An amount of Rs 117 crore has been transferred online in the bank account of the parents of a total of 66 lakh 27 thousand students of primary and secondary school for providing mid-day meals to school children in the corona transition by the state government. Also, the ration of door-to-door mid-day meal has been provided to 56 lakh 87 thousand children.
  13. In a new book titled “Shivaji in South Block: The Unwritten History of a Proud People” written by journalist Girish Kubera, the development of Maharashtra’s past to modern times and its contribution to the tapestry of the country’s culture, politics, history, and society. Has been talked about.
  14. The National Board for Wildlife (NBWL) used 98.59 hectares of land for sale in a part of the Dehing Patkai Elephant Reserve in Assam for the OPACAST coal mining project undertaken by the North Easter Coal Field (NECF) Coal India Limited unit. Is allowed.
  15. The Tripura government has launched the agro entrepreneur facilitation desk in the state. This desk has been launched to get subsidies and incentives to the entrepreneurs of the state in the field of agriculture. The proposal to set up a facility desk was approved by the council. During this time a meeting was organized in this context.
  16. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has canceled the license of Mumbai-based CKP Co-operative Bank and directed it to go into an insolvency process. The license of all types of the banking business of this bank has been canceled with effect from April 30, 2020, and now a suitable officer can be appointed for its insolvency process. This instruction of RBI meant that the customers holding deposits in the bank were guaranteed a maximum of Rs 5 lakh only. Whether customers with more than this amount will get the remaining amount or not will be determined by the amount recovered from the insolvency process.
  17. The US drug regulator Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the emergency use of the anti-viral drug Remadecivir for the treatment of Covid-19 patients. Recently, a team of researchers, including Indian-based researcher Aruna Subramaniam, found the drug from biotech firm Gilead Sciences effective on corona-positive patients. This drug is capable of rapid improvement in the health of patients.
  18. Union Minister of Culture, Shri Prahlad Singh Patel, Prof. Archaeologist Prof. On the occasion of BB Lal’s centenary year, the e-book “Prof. BB Lal: India Rediscovered ”. Pro. Lal was born on 02 May 1921 in Badura village in Jhansi district of Uttar Pradesh. This book is a centenary special edition by the Ministry of Culture Prof. BB Lal has been prepared by the Centenary Celebrations Committee. This book is an honor from the Ministry of Culture for his uncountable contribution in the field of Archeology of the Ministry of Culture. Earlier, in the morning, Culture Minister Mr. Prahlad Singh Patel personally prof. BB met Lal and congratulated him on his birthday.
  19. The National Museum of Modern Art paid tribute to pioneer artist Jamini Rai on his 133rd birth anniversary through a virtual tour. Nine segments (Bird & Beast, Calligraphy & Sketches, Epic Myth & Folk Cults) of Jamini Rai’s Virtual Tour (http://www.ngmaindia.gov.in/virtual-tour-of-modern-art-1.asp) Krishna Leela, represented by Life of Christ, Mother and Child, Portrait and Landscapes, Santhals, Village Life and Women) depicting various gestures in his works and exhibiting 203 artifacts from the NGMA’s 215 permanent collections has gone. This virtual tour of all the artworks of a pioneering artist will surely enrich the art lovers, which is happening for the first time in India.
  20. Giridhar Armane has taken over as the Secretary of the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways. His appointment has been made after approval by the Appointments Committee of the Cabinet headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He has been appointed in place of Sanjeev Ranjan who has been appointed as Secretary in the Ministry of Shipping.
  21. Arvind Kumar Sharma has taken over as the Secretary, Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises. His appointment was approved by the Appointments Committee of the Cabinet headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Before taking over as Secretary of the Ministry of MSME, he served as Additional Secretary in the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO).
  22. World Tuna Day is observed by the United Nations on 2 May every year to emphasize the importance of conserving tuna fish species. Species such as tuna and tuna are economically important for both developing and developed countries. The United Nations passed a resolution in 2016 and World Tuna Day has been celebrated since 2017. More than 7 million tonnes of tuna fishes are produced every year. Tuna accounts for 20% of the caught fish. The United Nations has suggested implementing the legal framework of the UNCLOS (United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea). According to the Food and Agriculture Organization, there are more than 96 countries involved in the conservation of tuna fishes. The demand for canned tuna in the world has increased due to COVID-19.
  23. Dennis Goldberg, the famous South African activist who struggles against apartheid died. He was an ally of the late South African President Nelson Mandela. He played a key role in the South African liberation struggle. He was the only white member of the Umkhonto we Sizwe (MK), the military wing of the African National Congress. Dennis Goldberg was sentenced to 22 years of imprisonment for his involvement in the ANC’s fight against apartheid and was the only white man in prison in the capital Pretoria for 22 years. Also, there was a racist system of forced oppression by the white minority government. He was released from prison in 1985.
  24. NASA’s first Mars helicopter has got a name. The credit goes to a 17-year-old girl of Indian origin. The girl’s name is Vanija Rupani, a junior high school student in Northport, Alabama. This girl has won NASA’s ‘Name the Rover’ competition. This will be the first aircraft to depart to travel to another planet. NASA’s Mars helicopter will be called Ingenuity, which Rupani suggests. NASA announced in March its next rover would be named Perseverance, which was suggested by a seventh-grade child.
  25. The Competition Commission of India (CCI) approved the proposed acquisition of 100% shares by Tiger Midco LLC and the control of Tech Data Corporation. In this regard, Tiger Midco LLC (Tiger Midco) will be acquired by Tech Data Corporation (Tiger Midco) through a merger with a wholly-owned subsidiary of Tiger Midco.
  26. The Central Government has restructured the empowered groups to plan and execute the works related to Kovid-19. The order issued from the Ministry of Home Affairs states that restructuring was necessary due to the appointment, transfer or retirement of some members of these groups elsewhere. On March 29, 11 such groups were formed so that the Corona crisis could be dealt with comprehensively. These groups were formed under the Disaster Management Act.
  27. Former Chhattisgarh Chief Justice and Lokpal member Justice Ajay Tripathi died of the corona. He was admitted to the Kovid Hospital at the AIIMS Trauma Center for about a month.
  28. The UAE-UAE sent seven tons of medical supplies to help India prevent the spread of Kovid-19. This will help nearly seven thousand medical personnel to fight against the coronavirus. UAE Ambassador to India Dr. Ahmed Abdul Rahman Al-Banna said the UAE is committed to strengthening the efforts of various countries against the Kovid-19 epidemic.
  29. India will send 360 million additional pills of hydroxychloroquine to the United Arab Emirates to prevent the outbreak of the global corona epidemic. This is the second consignment of medicines being shipped. The first batch of 5.5 million bullets arrived last fortnight. Diplomat Pawan Kapoor has been appointed as the Ambassador of India to the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
  30. The Government of Himachal Pradesh has released an online portal Kovid 19 e Pass dot hp dot gov dot to help those trapped inside and outside the state who have no means of access. Based on the data collected through this portal, plans will be made to send the stranded people to their home states. The state government has appointed two senior nodal officers to supervise the process of stranded workers, pilgrims, tourists and students, and other persons back home.


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