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12 August (अगस्त) 2020

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  1. The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, introduced a submarine optical fiber cable (OFC) connecting Andaman and Nicobar Islands through video conferencing and dedicated it to the nation. The Prime Minister laid the foundation stone for the project in Port Blair on 30 December 2018. Under this project, 2312 km OFC line was laid at Rs 1224 crore. The Submarine Optical Fiber Cable (OFC) will enable the Andaman and Nicobar Islands to get affordable and better connectivity and all the benefits of Digital India. The network will help the island in improving online education, telemedicine, banking system, online trading, and boosting tourism. The launch of optical fiber cable (OFC) connecting the Andaman and Nicobar Islands to the mainland is expected to play an important role under India’s new business strategy for the Indo-Pacific region.
  2. The book ‘Connecting, Communicating, Changing’, which presents a report for the third year of the tenure of the Vice-President Shri M. Venkaiah Naidu, will be released tomorrow, August 11, 2020, at the Vice-President’s residence in the Union Defense Minister, Shri Rajnath Singh, Delhi. The third year of Shri Naidu’s tenure is being completed on 11 August. The electronic version (e-book) of this book will be released by the Union Minister for Information and Broadcasting, Shri Prakash Javadekar. This book with more than 250 pages has been submitted by the Publications Department of the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting.
  3. The Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC) will open a silk training cum production center in tribal village Chullu in Arunachal Pradesh. This will be the first silk training cum production center of the state. Machinery like handloom, spinning wheel, silk reeling machine, and warring drum will be installed in the training cum production center. The center will provide training to 25 local artisans and promote weaving activities in the region.
  4. The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India recently announced that the sale of junk food and unhealthy food within the 50-meter radius of schools and educational institutions should be banned. FSSAI has announced providing safe foods and a balanced diet to children in schools. Foods referred to as HFSS (High in Fat, Salt, and Sugar) cannot be sold in the mess premises and school canteens. FSSAI works under the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. It was established as a statutory body under the Food Safety and Standards Act, 2006.
  5. The Union Minister of Textiles and Women and Child Development, Smt Smriti Zubin Irani launched the mobile app and backend website for the Handloom Mark Scheme (HLM) on the occasion of the sixth National Handloom Day on 7 August. The minister said that the handloom mark is being promoted to provide collective identity to authentic handloom products. The Textiles Committee, Mumbai has developed a mobile app with a backend web portal to make the registration process completely digital. The app is available in English and 10 Indian languages ​​and through these weavers located in any part of the country will be able to apply for handloom mark registration from their mobiles. This application helps in finding the genuineness and originality of the product through the unique QR code label pasted on each handloom product.
  6. Conrad Kongkal Sangma, Meghalaya Chief Minister, informed the Cabinet approval for the passage of the “Policy on Reservation of seats for Women in Village Employment Councils (VECs)”, in which 50% seats for women in village-level community institutions Includes reserve policy. This policy ensures women’s empowerment by establishing a platform for women to exercise their leadership and independence.
  7. India’s domestic e-commerce marketplace Flipkart has signed an MoU with the One District, One Product (ODOP) scheme of the Uttar Pradesh government. This MoU will bring artisans, weavers, and artisans under the “Flipkart Samarth” initiative under the ODOP scheme. This will help artisans, weavers, and artisans facing social and economic challenges to grow their business online under the ODOP scheme. The Flipkart Samarth initiative will provide various services such as training to artisans, weavers and craftsmen, dedicated space in Flipkart fulfillment centers, catalog guidance, and display on the platform as well as continuous vendor support. With the help of this agreement, these limited area communities of UP will help to spread their special products and crafts to millions of customers across the country.
  8. Defense Minister Rajnath Singh launched many initiatives to modernize and upgrade the defense sector through digital in New Delhi. He also inaugurated new infrastructure creation by Public Sector Defense Undertakings and Ordnance Factory Board. It is part of the self-sufficient week of the Ministry of Defense. The objective of this scheme is to give importance to domestic production in the country. The idea of ​​this week’s observation will give impetus to the self-reliant India campaign. The Defense Minister has recently imposed import restrictions on 101 defense items to promote the indigenization of defense production.
  9. Recently, the Union Minister for Health and Family Welfare has conducted collaborative research between the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research- CSIR and the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India- FSSAI. Signing a Memorandum of Understanding for the dissemination of nutrition information, the ‘Eat Right India’ Movement emphasizes creating a culture of safe, healthy, and sustainable food. The MoU aims at collaborative research and information dissemination in the field of food and nutrition. The ‘Eat Right India’ movement of the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) has been awarded the ‘Food System Vision Prize’ by the Rockefeller Foundation of America along with nine other finalists.
  10. A group of researchers from IIT Kharagpur has awarded the ‘Gandhian Yuva Technological Award 2020’ for developing a mechanism to generate electricity from wet clothes left to dry by the sun. The ‘Gandhian Young Technological Innovation (GYTI) Awards’ were instituted by the Society for Research and Initiatives for Sustainable Technologies and Institution (Srishti), a voluntary organization.
  11. Indian Railways will organize a “Cleanliness Week” between August 10, 2020, and August 15, 2020. This week will convey the importance of cleanliness. During this week, the Indian Railways is about to launch a special cleanliness campaign, which will focus on cleanliness in railway stations and station offices, tracks, colonies, and other areas around it. This initiative will focus on plastic waste collection from the tracks. Indian Railways has initiated several initiatives to ensure cleanliness in trains and railway station toilets.
  12. Minister of Railways and Commerce and Industry Piyush Goyal and Minister of Parliamentary Affairs, Coal and Mines Minister Prahlad Joshi dedicated the Railway Museum to the nation on August 9, 2020, in Hubli, Karnataka.
  13. Mumbai has become the first city in India to have women’s symbols on traffic signals and signage. The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has installed traffic signals showing female icons in it.
  14. “Nitin Sethi” of The Huffington Post India received the Asian College of Journalism Award for investigative journalism on August 8, 2020. Sethi won a prize of Rs 2 lakh for his six-part series titled ‘Paisa Politics’ on electoral bonds. Shiv Sahai Singh of The Hindu, KP of Asian College of Journalism Received Narayan Kumar Memorial Award for Social Impact Journalism.
  15. Finance and Corporate Affairs Minister Nirmala Sitharaman inaugurated the online dashboard “National Infrastructure Pipeline – NIP” through video conferencing in New Delhi. This dashboard will provide all the information about the basic sector project. This dashboard www.indiainvestmentgrid.gov.in is operated by India Investment Grid. India Investment Grid is an online platform on which real-time investment prospects and conditions are displayed in the country. The Union Finance Minister in the speech of Budget 2019-20 announced the expenditure of infrastructure projects of ten lakh crore rupees in the country during the next five years.
  16. Comprehensive online Integrated Multidisciplinary Professional Progress Curriculum – Impact for teachers started in Srinagar under the overall education in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir. This short term course based on requirements will be completed in three phases. The first five days have been scheduled for face-to-face teaching, 21 days for fieldwork, and three days for observation and evaluation. This course has been prepared in New Delhi by the teachers of NCRT and 16 experts from the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir.
  17. Union Minister of Environment and Forests Prakash Javadekar released a document on the eve of World Elephant Day -2020 about the best ways to conserve elephants. He also launched a website about the state of conflict between humans and elephants. Speaking on the occasion, Union Minister of State for Environment and Forests Babul Supriyo said that it is a matter of pride that 60 percent of the total number of Asiatic elephants are in India. World Elephant Day is organized on 12 August to raise awareness about elephants. The day has been celebrated since 2012 to attract immediate attention to the dwindling numbers of Asian and African elephants. Asian and African elephants are facing threats such as poaching, the conflict between humans and elephants, and abuse with domesticated elephants.
  18. The construction of the deepest underground rail ventilation shaft (vent for air movement through the tunnel) in the country was completed. Located on the East-West Metro project of Kolkata Metro, the depth of this ventilation shaft is equal to the 15-floor building. The ventilation shaft is at a depth of 43.5 m. It is co-produced by Kolkata Metro Rail Corporation (KMRC) and private engineering company Affco. Such constructions are built for ventilation in the tunnel, but in emergencies, they serve as exit gates. The 16.6 km rapid transit scheme will connect Kolkata and Hooghly cities. The 10.3-meter wide diameter shaft has been designed between the two metro tunnels. The depth of the shaft was to match the depth of the metro tunnels, which are located 40 meters below the surface of the river.
  19. The government of Andhra Pradesh has introduced a new State Industrial Development Policy for the year 2020-23. The objective of this policy is to create employment for the youth and to match the national average per capita industrial GVA. The state’s previous industrial development policy was implemented between 2015-20. The policy was unveiled by the state’s Industries Minister Gautam Reddy. This policy aims to promote well-balanced regional development. It will train and skill employees to attract global investment. The main objective of this policy is to create employment. It will try to balance development in regions and communities in the state. Also, it will strive to achieve environmentally sustainable development.
  20. Scientists studying data obtained from the US space agency NASA’s Maven spacecraft have discovered that ultraviolet rays pass through the night in the atmosphere of Mars. Scientists said that this does not mean that astronauts visiting the red planet in the future will be able to see them with the naked eye. However, they can be easily detected through special tools.
  21. Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu of New Delhi In Puram, laid the foundation stone of a residential complex for Rajya Sabha employees to be built at a cost of Rs 46 crore. This plot was allotted in 2003 for this project.
  22. The United Nations celebrates World Aboriginal Day (International Day of Indigenous People around the world) i.e. International Day of Worlds indigenous people on 9 August every year. The day has been celebrated to raise awareness about the needs of indigenous people. The theme of the International Day of Indigenous Peoples around the world 2020 is COVID-19 and indigenous peoples’ resilience.
  23. The Ministry of Oil and Natural Gas organized a webinar on the theme of Self-reliant India towards organic fuels on the occasion of World Biological Fuels Day. World Organic Fuel Day is celebrated annually on August 10 for awareness of the usefulness of bio-mineral oil. Biofuels are renewable, biodegradable, and environmentally friendly. On this day in the year 1893, Sir Rudolph Diesel (the inventor of the diesel engine) successfully tested the mechanical engineer for the first time. From their research, it was predicted that biofuel will replace fossil fuels in the next century.
  24. The demise of James Harris, the popular former wrestler named “Kamala”. Harris had a fight with the biggest superstars in WWE history, including Hulk Hogan, The Undertaker, and Andre the Giant. “The Uganda Giant” was a unique character that memorably attracted people both inside and outside the ring.
  25. Former Congress leader and eight-time MP from Telangana, Nandi Yelaiya has passed away. He was first elected to the Lok Sabha from Siddipet in 1979. He was elected to the Lok Sabha six times and to the Rajya Sabha twice from 2002 to 2014. Nandi Yelaiya started her political life as a corporator of Hyderabad Municipal Corporation. He was currently serving as the Vice President of the Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee (TPCC).
  26. Afghanistan’s parliament Loya Jirga approved the release of 400 Taliban prisoners on August 9, 2020, paving the way for peace negotiations to end the 19-year-old war. The meeting was called by Afghan President Ashraf Ghani in the capital, Kabul, where 3,200 Afghan community leaders and politicians gathered to advise the government on whether to free the prisoners.
  27. Carbon dioxide gas released from the interior of the Earth through volcanic eruptions, geological rocks, and the geothermal system contributes to the global carbon cycle that affects the short and long-term climate of the Earth. The Himalayan region sleeps about 600 hot water beds with varying temperatures and chemical conditions. Their role in regional and global climate change and the process of gas emissions resulting from the movement of geological rocks needs to be considered when assessing global warming. Geological springs spread over an area of ​​about 10,000 sq km in the Garhwal region of the Himalayas show the extraction of water rich in carbon dioxide (CO2). An autonomous institute under the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India It was traced by the Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology. This institute has the expertise to test the gas emitted from these springs. Estimated carbon dioxide emissions (the separation of gases from liquids, especially water or aqueous solutions) in the atmosphere is about 7.2×106 Mol/yr.
  28. Hydrogen is introduced as the next generation of low-carbon fuel, to gradually eliminate the use of fossil fuels and to combat climate change. The future of the use of hydrogen as a fuel lies in the design of efficient electro-catalysts, which can facilitate electrochemical splitting of water for hydrogen production. The effectiveness of an electrocatalyst for hydrogen (H2) growth reaction (HER) depends largely on its durability (robustness), its ability to reduce the excess of the electrochemical reaction, and the cost (production) of the synthesis. Commercially used platinum (Pt) / carbon (C) catalysts are efficient, But are expensive and when used over a long time cause metal ion or electrocatalyst corrosion. Metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) and coordination polymers (COPs) are envisaged as next-generation catalysts, as they achieve higher surface area, lower charge resistance, and higher active spaces to increase water splitting efficiency. Can be prepared in various forms. Scientists are trying to find a new way of MOF based catalysts to prevent electrocatalytic corrosion. Researchers at the Center for Nanotechnology and Soft Materials Sciences (CENS), an autonomous institute under the Department of Science and Technology (DST), Government of India, have synthesized a new COP that contains palladium Pd (II) ions, which are responsible for H-absorption. Serve as a source for And benzene tetramine (BTA) is capable of better charge transfer. The two combine to form a two-dimensional (2D) sheet of Pd (BTA) through H-bond reactions. The research has been published in the journal “ACS Applied Energy Materials”.

 

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