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12 April (अप्रैल) 2020
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Human Resource Development Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank launched the India Paid Online Campaign in New Delhi to improve online education in the country. This week-long campaign has been started to get the views of the general public. Suggestions in this regard can be sent to “IndiaReadonline.firstname.lastname@example.org” or on April 16 on Twitter using the hashtag Bharat read online. At HRD Ministry and AT Doctor RP Nishank must be tagged while sending suggestions on Twitter.
Food and Consumer Affairs Minister Ram Vilas Paswan announced COVID-19 insurance cover for over one lakh personnel and laborers of Food Corporation of India. All such workers and laborers will be insured up to Rs 35 lakh per person, who will die from the Novel Coronavirus after duty for six months from the declaration of lockdown on 24 March. Food Corporation of India is the nodal agency of the Center which procures food grains from farmers at a minimum support price and distributes food grains at subsidy to over 81 crore ration cardholders in the country.
The National Commission for Women has started WhatsApp number 72177-35372 to report cases of domestic violence. The move was taken in the wake of increasing incidents of domestic violence during the COVID-19 epidemic and lockdown. The Commission urged people on Twitter to report such cases by sending messages on WhatsApp so that women in distress can be helped. This number will work for the duration of the collapse.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced “Operation Shield” in the control areas of the National Capital Region. “SHIELD” means “Sealing, Home quarantine, Isolation and tracing, Essential supply, Local sanitation, and Door-to-door checks”. The operation will be implemented in 21 control areas of the capital. The Delhi government had also introduced the “5T Scheme” which is being implemented all over Delhi. “5T” includes testing, tracing, treatment, teamwork, and tracking.
Scientists from the Sri Chitra Tirunal Institute for Medical Sciences and Technology (SCTIMST), an autonomous institute under the “Department of Science and Technology (DST)”, Government of India, “For the safe management of infected respiratory secretions” fluid respiration and other body fluids Designed a highly effective “superabsorbent material” for solidification and deformation and its development The session. The material is titled “Chitra Acrylosorb Speculation Solidification System” and has been developed by “Dr. Manju S. and Dr. Manoj Kamath” of the Department of Biomaterials Science and Technology of the Biomedical Technology Wing of SCTIMST and for the safe management of infected respiratory secretions. A very effective super Absorbent for fluid respiration and other body fluid solidification and deformation Material.
Google has announced the launch of a virtual Braille keyboard for Android users with low vision or blindness. This new keyboard will help these people to type on the phone without any additional hardware. Google has designed this virtual Braille keyboard in collaboration with Braille developers and users. It has also ensured that the keyboard can be used anywhere, be it type platforms such as social media, text messaging and email apps. So this new Braille keyboard will enable people with low vision or blindness to use their smartphones better without any additional hardware. This Braille keyboard is Android 5. Consumers using version 0 or above will be able to use it through Google Play Store or Google Suite and will support Braille grade 1 and grade 2 in English. The keyboard uses a standard 6-key layout, representing each of the 6 braille dots, from which, upon tapping, any letter or symbol can be drawn.
The Union Housing and Urban Affairs Ministry launched a revised version of the “Cleanliness Application”. The application was launched in a video conference held with states and union territories. The application has more than 17 million urban users across the country. It has a separate grievance redressal device to address the grievances of the Swachh Bharat Mission. New categories have been added to this revised version. It has features available for reporting suspicious cases, reporting quarantine and lockdown violations, requesting medication during COVID-19, requesting food, shelter, and trash.
The Asian Development Bank-ADB has today assured India $ 20 billion in aid to help fight the Kovid 19 epidemic. Bank President Masatsugu Asakawa praised India’s other decisive policies, including the National Health Emergency Program, in dealing with the epidemic. On March 18, the Asian Development Bank announced a financial assistance of US $ 650 billion to India and other developing countries. The bank said that it would provide more help if needed.
The global demand for the “hydroxychloroquine-HCQ” drug, considered effective in COVID-19, has been steadily increasing, but currently, India has decided to supply it to 13 countries. These include countries such as the US, Spain, and Germany, who had already contracted with Indian companies for this drug. Other countries include Afghanistan, Bhutan, Nepal, Bangladesh, and the Maldives which will be given “Paracetamol – PCM” in addition to the above-mentioned medicine as a priority. Brazil, apart from Seychelles and Mauritius, two other small countries in the Indian Ocean HCQ is also being supplied to the Dominican Republic and Bahrain. India is deciding the supply of these medicines based on two facts. The first is that it will be given to other countries only after the domestic needs are met. According to health department officials, India can manufacture 200 million tablets of HCQ right now. But the requirement is still one crore whereas 3.28 crore tablets are ready. Broadly, the plan now is to keep three times more tablets than necessary and supply it to other countries based on humanity. The second fact is that India will not export these medicines to private companies but will be supplied directly to foreign governments. 28 crore tablets are ready. Broadly, the plan now is to keep three times more tablets than necessary and supply it to other countries based on humanity. The second fact is that India will not export these medicines to private companies but will be supplied directly to foreign governments. 28 crore tablets are ready. Broadly, the plan now is to keep three times more tablets than necessary and supply it to other countries based on humanity. The second fact is that India will not export these medicines to private companies but will be supplied directly to foreign governments.
American reporter “Mary Jordan”, who wrote “Pulitzer Prize-winning” for the Washington Post, has written a book called “The Art of Her Deal: The Untold Story of Melania Trump”. The book has been published by Simon & Schuster and is to be released on June 16, 2020. The book is based on 100 interviews of Melania Trump, the White House’s most influential woman, whose influence most people feel.
The Punjab government has extended a curfew in the state till May 1. The decision was taken at a meeting of the Council of Ministers chaired by Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh to prevent community dissemination of Corona, and the mandis should not be crowded because of the wheat harvesting and procurement season. Punjab has become the second state to increase the lockdown after Odisha.
Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur has developed very low cost personal protective equipment, PPE which can be produced for less than Rs 100. The proliferation of COVID-19 has led to a huge demand for personal protective equipment (PPE) for workers in essential services who are exposed to high-risk environments. This makes standard PPE kits rare, there is an urgent need for low cost and mass production options that protect the whole body.
Researchers at the Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati (IIT G) have developed an economical disinfection system based on UVC LED. Researchers said that this system can eradicate the virus in just 30 seconds. Also, can meet the needs of personal protective equipment (PPE). It will be used primarily to disinfect quarantine centers and isolation wards.
Eight Employees State Insurance Corporation (ESIC) hospitals across the country have been declared as dedicated COVID-19 hospitals with more than one thousand isolation beds. These hospitals are located in Gujarat, Haryana, Rajasthan, Jammu, Himachal Pradesh, Jharkhand, and West Bengal.
Hyderabad-based Indian Immunological Limited (IIL) has partnered with Griffith University in Australia to develop a vaccine for COVID-19. Scientists from IIL and Griffith University will develop a live attenuated SARS-CoV-2 vaccine or COVID-19 vaccine using the latest codon de-optimization technology. Taking a single dose of this vaccine is expected to provide long-term protection, which has a predictable safety profile similar to other licensed vaccines for vaccination. Upon completion of the research, the vaccine strain will be transferred to ILL, after which it will be given to the Central Drug Standards Control Organization (CDSCO) to conduct clinical trials. IIL has used its Vero Cell Platform technology for mass production of the vaccine.
April 10 was celebrated worldwide as ‘World Homeopathy Day’. The day is celebrated to commemorate the birthday of Dr. Christian Friedrich Samuel Hahnemann of Germany, the founder of Homeopathy.
The famous classical and ghazal singer Padmashree Shanti Hiranand passed away. She was 87. Shanti Hiranand, who was the chief disciple of the famous Ghazal singer Begum Akhtar, was suffering from gastroenteritis. He was awarded the Padma Shri in 2007.
The “Mahant Prakashpuri Maharaj” of Mahanirvani Akhara, located in the world-famous Jyotirlinga Mahakal temple in Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh, died at the “Radhamai Math” in Kalabad Yamunanagar, Haryana. Prakashpuri Maharaj stayed on Mahant Gadi of Mahakal for nearly 40 years. About a month and a half ago, he left the Mahakal temple and went to the Radhamai Math for rest.
Former Madhya Pradesh minister Hazarilal Raghuvanshi passed away. He was elected six times MLA from Seoni-Malwa Assembly in Hoshangabad and was a minister in various Congress-led governments in the state. He was first elected MLA in 1977 and also served as deputy speaker in the state assembly from 2003-2008.
Amid the Corona crisis, the central government decided to lift excise duty by September from ventilators, testing kits and masks. Along with this, the exemption has also been given for medical cess on these devices. This will ensure an adequate supply of ventilators and testing kits in the country amid the epidemic. Also, the prices of “Personal Protection Equipment – PPE” kits and all kinds of masks will also be reduced.
The Uttar Pradesh government has deposited Rs 1,000 each in the account of small shopkeepers and workers whose life and earnings are affected by the lockdown. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has made e-payment in the account of four lakh small shopkeepers in urban areas.
The Government of Manipur has announced that all markets and shops in the state will be open tomorrow for the sale of essential commodities to the people given the Easter and Chiraoba festivals.
American folk singer John Prynne dies due to COVID-19. During his long career, he won two Grammy Awards for Best Folk Album The Missing Years (1991) and Fair and Square (2005). Besides, he was awarded the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award and was inducted into the Song Writers’ Hall of Fame. The famous singer is still remembered for his 1971 anti-war track Your Flag Decal What You Get Into Heaven Anymore.
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