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09 July (जुलाई) 2020

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  1. According to the “Sustainable Development Report 2020- Sustainable Development Goals and COVID-19”, most of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in the SDG Index 2020 will have negative impacts due to the COVID-19 epidemic. India, ranked 117 with a score of 61.92, faces major challenges in 10 out of 17 SDGs, including zero hunger, good health, gender inequality. Sweden tops this index.
  2. LPG gas connections are available in all households in the state of Himachal Pradesh, making Himachal Pradesh the first state in the country to achieve the target set by Prime Minister Narendra Modi during the launch of the Ujjwala scheme. It was announced on 6 July 2020 by Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur. Apart from the Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana, the Himachal Pradesh State Government scheme ‘Himachal Grihini Suvidha Yojana’ has also played an important role in getting 100% domestic LPG connection in the state.
  3. Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has launched a portal, which will try to bridge the gap between industrial units/employees and workers. The name of this portal is “Maha Jobs”. Anyone can visit the portal by visiting mahajobs.maharashtra.gov.in. For registration in the Maha Jobs portal, the domicile certificate of the state of Maharashtra is mandatory for the workers. Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) will be the nodal agency for the successful functioning of the Maha Jobs portal. This portal is a joint venture between 3 departments of Maharashtra State Government. These departments are the Department of Labor, the Department of Industry, and the Department of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship. The Maha Jobs portal aims to address the rising unemployment and layoffs that the state has witnessed due to the COVID-19 epidemic. Under the portal, jobs will be available from a total of 17 sectors, such as the healthcare sector, IT, logistics, engineering.
  4. The Government of Karnataka has announced the launch of Nekar Samman Yojana, a relief scheme for weavers. The state government has allocated an amount of Rs 10.96 crore for this program. According to the state government, silk, cotton, wool and other handloom weavers will be eligible for the scheme. In the first phase of the “Necker Samman Yojana”, financial assistance of Rs 2,000 will be transferred to 19,744 handloom weavers through direct benefit transfer. Apart from this, the state government has also announced a payment of one thousand rupees to the workers working in the power loom area.
  5. Plasma Bank has been established to treat COVID-19 positive patients at Kolkata Medical College and Hospital, India’s oldest medical college. Plasma Bank has been set up by the West Bengal State Health Department, the Immunization Department of Kolkata Medical College and Hospital. This was informed by West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, the Chief Minister further said that 12 persons, who have recovered from COVID-19, have already donated their plasma. Plasma Bank at Kolkata Medical College and Hospital is the first plasma bank in the state of West Bengal. After May 7, 2020, Kolkata Medical College and Hospital is functioning as a fully developed COVID-19 hospital with 500 beds.
  6. Recently the Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation (AMC) started ‘Sanjivani Van Seva’ for patients infected with Coronavirus (COVID-19), who are undergoing treatment under home isolation. The Sanjeevani van will have a team of trained paramedical staff, who will visit the residence of infected people every day and regularly check the patient present in the home isolation. At the same time, the paramedical team will have many other essential medicines including vitamin-C and vitamin-D pills. Each urban health center in Ahmedabad will have its own Sanjeevani van. A total of 75 teams of this type will be operating throughout the city.
  7. The Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) is going to set up a research cell at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Hyderabad to cater to the country’s defense-related technology needs in the future. According to the release issued by the institute, the research cell of DRDO and IIT Hyderabad will work for the fundamentals and applied for a research program in the identified areas. The digital program to sign the MoU between the two institutes took place at the office of the Director-General of the Missile and Strategic Program of DRDO, Hyderabad, and was attended by officials from DRDO and IIT Hyderabad.
  8. Following the ban on 59 Chinese mobile applications by the central government, the Information Technology Department of the state of West Bengal has developed a scanning mobile app that is an alternative to the Chinese app cam scanner. The Chief Minister launched a “self-scan” mobile application that will be available for free on various platforms.
  9. Injeti Srinivas, a retired 1983 Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officer, has been appointed as the first chairman of the International Financial Services Center Authority (IFSCA). Injeti Srinivas has retired as Secretary, Ministry of Corporate Affairs on May 31, 2020. He has been appointed as the Chairman of the International Financial Services Center Authority for three years.
  10. Under its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) scheme, the largest power generating equipment manufacturer in India- Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) has signed a project with Indian Railways to set up a 1.7 MW solar power project in Bina district of Madhya Pradesh. Started. It will be directly connected to the overhead traction system of the Indian Railways. The solar power project between Indian Railways and BHEL was signed on 9 October 2019. The solar power project was completed on July 6, 2020, and is currently undergoing extensive testing. This solar power project is expected to be commissioned within 15 days. This solar power project is the world’s first solar power plant in which the power generated from the plant will be provided directly to the overhead traction system of the railway.
  11. According to the “Information Report 2020: Shared Evidence for Managing Crises and Disasters”, conducted by the research center Inform, operated under the European Commission (EU), India ranked 31st with a reported risk of 5.4, meaning humanitarian Crisis and Risk Disasters. The report ranked countries based on the “Information Risk Index”, with Somalia topping the risk at 8.9. The report analyzes 191 countries.
  12. After months of controversy, the Assam government has decided to upgrade the Dehing Patkai Wildlife Sanctuary into a national park. This decision was taken on 6 July 2020 and announced by the Chief Minister of Assam Sarbananda Sonowal. Dehing Patkai was declared as Elephant Reserve in 1992 under Project Elephant of Union Ministry of Environment and Forests. But later on 13 June 2004, Dehing Patkai was declared as a wildlife sanctuary.
  13. The Sanskrit school was inaugurated in the Ilam district of province 1 of eastern Nepal. The name of this school is ‘Sri Saptami Gurukul Sanskrit Vidyalaya’. The inauguration ceremony was virtually attended by the Indian Embassy in Kathmandu (on behalf of the Government of India) of the Barbot Village Development Committee and the School Management Committee of the Sanskrit Vidyalaya.
  14. The training period for foreign and domestic coaches who train Indian players will now be four years. Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju said that the decision has been taken to ensure the right training for the emerging players. He said that this decision will improve the performance of Indian players in all major tournaments including the Olympics. He expressed confidence that it will also be useful for the preparations for the 2024 and 2028 Olympic Games. Repeated coach changes affect players’ performance. Because of the postponement of the Tokyo Olympics to next year, the contract of all foreign coaches has been extended to 30 September next year.
  15. Union Science and Technology Minister Dr. Harsh Vardhan and Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar have issued guidelines for the evaluation of nano-based agriculture and food products in India through video link. On this occasion today, Dr. Harsh Vardhan said that these guidelines will help policymakers and regulators in making nano-based products for the agricultural sector. He said that this would encourage Indian innovators and industries to create new nano-based products for the region.
  16. The Central Board of Secondary Education-CBSE has cut the syllabus for class IX to 12th by 30 percent to compensate for the damage caused by the Covid-19 lockdown. Human Resource Development Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank said in a tweet series that while retaining the original context, it has been decided to rationalize the course. He said that there is an extraordinary situation in the country and the world. CBSE has been advised to revise the syllabus and reduce the burden on students from 9th to 12th standard.
  17. The government has said that the World Bank will provide $ 400 million for the revival of Ganga. The Ministry of Finance said that the Government had signed a loan agreement in this regard to the World Bank today. The Second National Ganga River Basin Project will help reduce pollution in the river and strengthen the management of the river basin area. About 500 million people live in this area. The World Bank will have a loan of $ 38 million to $ 40 million and a proposed guarantee of $ 100 million.
  18. The Ranchi district administration in Jharkhand has started a safe grandparents ‘grandparents’ campaign through a helpline to cater to the needs of senior citizens. Prime Minister Narendra Modi appealed to the people to make every effort to take care of their elders before unlocked one.
  19. The United States officially separated itself from the World Health Organization (WHO). Its notice has also been issued. Earlier, US President Donald Trump accused the WHO of saving China in the case of the outbreak of coronavirus and not informing the world at the right time. The US had also stopped funding of millions of crores to WHO.
  20. The President of Brazil has become infected with Corona. Earlier, President Jair Bolsonaro ignored the epidemic and also made fun of social distancing. Brazil is the second most affected country by Corona.
  21. The Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Shipping (Shipping), Mr. Mansukh Mandavia, held a high-level meeting today to consider the development of the existing 194 lamp houses across the country as major tourist destinations. Mr. Mandavia said that this will give a boost to tourism activities in the areas around Deepgriha and people will also get an opportunity to learn about the rich history of Deepgriha.
  22. A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been signed in 2020. The purpose of this MoU is to conserve medicinal and aromatic plant genetic resources (MAPGR) at the designated location of ICAR-NBPGR in long-term storage modules (as per availability) at National Gene Bank and / or at regional stations for medium-term storage modules. Another objective of this is for the NMPB working group to receive practical and functional training on the techniques of plant germplasm conservation. Medicinal plants are considered as rich resources of traditional medicines and have been used in the healthcare system for thousands of years. India has an abundance of medicinal plant (MP) resources. Natural resources are slowly being eroded. Due to various developmental activities at these places, such a situation is being seen. This natural There is a need to conserve resources as well as sustainable use of them. Conservation of plant genetic resources is an integral part of biodiversity conservation. Conservation aims at sustainable development by protecting and using natural resources in certain specific ways so that there is no reduction in the diversity of genes and species or significant and unavoidable natural place of origin and environment.
  23. To gain a better understanding of the framework of India’s health sector and keeping in mind the need of the Central Government and its intention to re-prioritize health spending, the 15th Finance Commission has commissioned the World Bank, NITI Aayog and High-Level Finance Commission on Health Sector Had a detailed meeting with the group (HLG) member. In this meeting, Chairman of 15th Finance Commission, Shri N.K. Singh and all the members and senior officials of the commission were present. The World Bank was represented at the meeting by Country Head Dr. Junaid Ahmed, Global Director Mr. Muhammad Ali Pate, and other senior officials. The meeting was also attended by Dr. Randeep Guleria, Director of AIIMS, Dr. VK Paul, Member, NITI Aayog, and Dr. Indu Bhushan, CEO of Ayushman Bharat.
  24. The Government of India, along with the State Governments, is constantly striving for prevention, control, and management of Covid. In this series, the Birbal Sahni Institute of Archeology (BSIP), an autonomous institute based in Lucknow under the Department of Science and Technology (DST), has joined hands with the state government in the fight against Covid-19 in Uttar Pradesh. As one of the five Central Government Research Institutes, BSIP has taken preliminary steps to start laboratory testing for laboratory testing of Covid. Due to the old DNA BSL-2A laboratory that existed long ago, the institute immediately prepared itself for the Covid test here.
  25. RC Bhargava, president of Maruti Suzuki, has written the book “Getting Competitive: A Practitioner’s Guide for India” on his experience as a policymaker and leading industrialist. This book was published by Harper Collins India. This book gives practical suggestions to make India a competitive industrial country. The book speaks about the needs of building a political system, trust with governments, judiciary, and industrial leaders. This book focuses on bringing national acceptance into manufacturing which presents competitiveness as the priority.
  26. A dedicated terminal for chartered planes at Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGI) has been prepared. Operations from the terminal can begin in August. 150 flights will be operated daily from here. While 65 planes can also be erected. The new terminal will have custom and immigration counters in the common processing area. Hence, passengers will take less time to board the aircraft, and passengers coming from outside will be able to exit the airport immediately.
  27. India’s first No-Permission No-Takeoff (NPNT) A200 remotely piloted aircraft system (RPAS) complex drone flight has been completed by Quidditch Innovation Labs and Asteria Aerospace. This NPNT drone flight is based on the use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) under the comprehensive policy of the Civil Aviation MoCA and DGCA, which came into force on 1 December 2018. Quid has expanded its services to police departments of several states, in collaboration with the Drone Federation of India (DFI), Which currently provides drones for crowd monitoring and control operations during the ongoing Covid-19 crisis. It is a part of the Digital Sky platform released by DGCA India. It requires the pilot to have Unmanned Aircraft Operator’s Permit (UAOP) and Unique Identification Number (UIN) for the drone. NPNT clearance is required before every flight. This is a new initiative launched to control UAV usage and traffic.
  28. A new disinfection box called “Unisaviour” has been developed by the researchers of IIT Roorkee. The “Unisaviour” disinfection box can be used to sterilize personal belongings, clothing, PPE kits, and other medical equipment related to COVID-19. Apart from this, this disinfection box can be easily installed to ensure maximum hygiene in public places such as cinema halls, malls, etc. The “Unisaviour” disinfection box features a metal coating on highly reflective geometry that clears the calibrated way of UVC light to disinfect personal belongings. Apart from this, an additional safety switch for UVC Lite has also been installed in the box.
  29. Yes, Bank has launched a “Loan in Seconds” digital solution to give instant approval to retail loans. Under this, the account holders identified by the bank will be able to avail of this instant loan disbursal facility without any documents. The purpose of this service is to provide a completely paperless and problem-free loan to help customers meet their financial needs. Under ‘Loan in Seconds’, the eligible customer will be linked by the bank for the loan, on which they will apply.
  30. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address ‘India Global Week 2020’ starting in Britain. In a virtual global address, he will give his views on India’s trade and foreign investment. India hopes to get many big investment and production opportunities here.
  31. of Tamil Nadu Akash (G Akash) has become the country’s 66th chess grandmaster. In the recently held meeting of the International Chess Federation-FIDE, 23-year-old G.K. The title of Akash Grandmaster was confirmed. The Chennai player has a FIDE rating of 2495. This Chennai player made former national champion K.K. Have taken training from Visvesvaran (K Visweswaran). Grandmaster is the highest title a chess player can achieve in his career. This title is conferred by the International Chess Federation (FIDE), the highest governing body of chess in the world.
  32. Mercedes racer Valteri Bottas (Finland) has won the Red Bull Ring Austrian Grand Prix 2020 held in Spielberg, Austria. It was the first race of the 2020 Formula One season. Ferrari racer Charles Lechler finished second while Landau Norris of McLaren finished third.
  33. Every year on 7 July, World Chocolate Day or International Chocolate Day is celebrated. This day is celebrated for the presence of chocolate in our lives. The day is marked by eating chocolate and sharing it with your loved ones. The first International Chocolate Day was celebrated in 2009. The day is celebrated every year on 7 July to mark the chocolate brought to Europe for the first time in 1550.
  34. Harish Shah, the producer of famous films like Mere Jeevan Saathi, Kala Sona, Ram Tere Kitne Naam, passed away. 76-year-old Harish Shah had been suffering from throat cancer for the last ten years. He produced the short film Why Me to bring the story of cancer victims to the world. Harish Shah, who started his film career with Rajesh Khanna starrer Haathi Mere Saathi, was a well-known face of the film industry for four decades. He also directed films such as Dharmendra and Shatrughan Sinha starrer Jaljala, Rishi Kapoor and Neetu Singh starrer Dhan Daulat. Her last feature film as a producer was Sunny Deol starrer Jala: The Trap, released in 2003.
  35. British film and television actor “Earl Cameron” passed away. The actor first appeared on screen in the film Pool of London in 1951. He was appointed as Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in the 2009 New Year Honors. The Bermuda-born actor, Earl Cameron, also starred in the 1965 Bond film Thunderball and Doctor Who. Also, he starred in the 2005 film The Interpreter alongside Sean Penn and Nicole Kidman.
  36. Oscar-winning Italian film composer “Ennio Morricone” passed away. He was born in 1928 in Rome. He made over 500 films. He won an Oscar for his work in Quentin Tarantino’s The Hateful Eight (2015), besides Terence Malick of Heavens (1978), Roland Joffe’s The Mission (1986), Brian de Palma’s The Untouchables (1987), Barry Levinson Bugsy ( 1991) and was also nominated for Giuseppe Tornatore Malena (2000).

 

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