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13 June (जून) 2020

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  1. According to the National Educational Institution Ranking Framework, the Indian Institute of Technology Madras is the best institution of higher education in the country. Indian Institute of Science Bangalore is second and the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi is third. In the category of colleges, Miranda House stands first, Lady Shri Ram College second and Hindu College third. In the category of universities, the Indian Institute of Science Bangalore is first, Jawaharlal Nehru University is second and Kashi Hindu University is third.
  2. The state of Uttarakhand has recently opened a biodiversity park in Haldwani as the state’s rich botanical heritage faces threats from climate change, habitat loss, landscape degradation, and development activities. The park was established on World Environment Day. The park has 40 thematic sections. It also includes fruits, plants, edible species, plants of medicinal and commercial importance. The park also includes plants that have religious, cultural, and historical significance. The park also includes local edible varieties. It consists mainly of wild plums such as Kafal, Ghungru, Hisalu, and Kilmore are included. These berries grow naturally in the forests and are consumed by the local people. The main reason for the erosion of biodiversity in the state is the popularity of certain specialty food products originating in the hilly regions of the country. These foods are called “Super Foods”. Although the hills are converted into orchards, little effort is made to conserve forests.
  3. The Ministry of AYUSH has called upon people to participate in the hashtag The Shavasan Challenge competition about yoga and get a cash prize of up to three thousand rupees. To join the competition, they will have to take a photo with one of their blankets, chairs, or pillows while they are in exile. This photo has to be tagged on the hashtag The Shavasan Challenge of the Ministry of AYUSH via Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter. The ministry has also started a program called Common Yoga Protocol on DD Bharati as a source of reference for teaching yoga. The event is also being streamed live on the social media forums of the Ministry of AYUSH.
  4. Indian Railways has created a new world standard by commissioning 1 High Rise Over Head Equipment (OHE). It has a wire height of 7.57 meters and Western Railway has successfully run double-stack containers in the electrified area. This huge success is the first of its kind in the world and will also promote the ambitious mission of Green India as the latest green initiative for Indian Railways. With this, Indian Railways became the first railway in the OHE region to run a double stack container train with a high reach panograph. Its operation was successfully started between Palanpur and Botad stations in Gujarat on June 10, 2020.
  5. The International Cricket Council- has approved the change of player in case of any Covid-19 signs during a cricket test match. The council has clarified that this permission will not apply in ODIs and T20 matches. The council has also confirmed a ban on the use of saliva to shine the ball to prevent the spread of infection. The ICC also decided to appoint non-neutral umpires, or umpires from related countries, for bilateral series under its interim rules to deal with the crisis of the Covid-19 epidemic. This system will resume after almost two decades. It aims to reduce the risk of travel during the global crisis of Covid-19. Under the five rules recommended by the committee headed by Anil Kumble and validated by the Chief Executive Committee, the two teams in the bilateral Test series match under the supervision of the home umpires, DRS That is, under the decision review system, an additional review will be given. The ICC said in a press release that an additional 32-inch logo would also be allowed on the players’ jerseys. It aims to compensate for the financial losses suffered by cricket boards due to the epidemic.
  6. The Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) and the Ministry of Sports have joined hands to produce a series of special films promoting 10 indigenous sports in India. The ‘Department of School Education and Literacy’ under MHRD has joined hands with the ‘Fit India’ program launched by the Ministry of Sports under ‘Ek Bharat, Shreshtha Bharat’. The objective of this series is not only to spread awareness about indigenous sports but also to give information about the culture and heritage of the states where these sports are. These 10 games – Kho-Kho, Gatka, Kalaripayattu, Mallkhamb, Thang-Ta, Squay, Kabaddi, Roll Ball, Tug of War, and Shooting Ball. These 10 episodes from Monday to Friday – June 8 to June 19 – Fit India YouTube page and Can be viewed on MHRD’s digital platform.
  7. Twitter has recently launched a new test feature in India called “Fleets”, which allows users to post messages disappearing after 24 hours. This feature is similar to the ‘Stories’ feature introduced on Instagram or Facebook. However, Fleets does not have features like Like, Retweet, or Public Reply. Twitter has introduced the dew feature in India after Brazil and Italy. It will be available on the latest version of the Twitter application.
  8. TCS iON has partnered with the National Skill Development Corporation. The partnership is intended to provide NSDC’s training partners access to the TCS Ion Digital Glass Room to transfer classroom-based vocational skills training in an online mode for students across the country. The tie-up will thus boost eSkill India, NSDC’s online content aggregation platform. After gaining access to the TCS iON Digital Glass Room, training partners will be able to deliver lectures, prepare and share content, share and evaluate assignments, conduct preliminary tests, and monitor learners’ progress. Also, this partnership will facilitate skill training and innovative methods to promote use for learners.
  9. There has been a record increase of 29% in the population of Asiatic lions in India. The number of Asiatic lions has increased from 523 in 2015 to 674 in 2020, reflecting a 29% increase in the population of lions. These wild lions are found in the Gir Sanctuary in western Gujarat. This announcement was made by the Government of Gujarat. Apart from this, in the period 2015 to 2020, the area of ​​lions has also registered a growth of 36 percent. In 2015, the area of ​​lions was around 22000 sq km which increased to 30000 sq km in 2020.
  10. The Greater Mumbai Municipal Corporation, Government of Maharashtra requested the Ministry of Earth Sciences to develop Integrated Flood Warning System for Mumbai, called IFLOWS-Mumbai. The Ministry of Earth Sciences started the development of IFLOWS-Mumbai in July 2019 on the strength of departmental skills available within the Ministry in close coordination with the Greater Mumbai Municipal Corporation. IFLOWS-Mumbai has been developed as a state-of-the-art integrated flood warning system for the city of Mumbai, which provides for early warning for Mumbai especially during extreme rainfall events and cyclones to improve the city’s resilience.
  11. Considering the need for EPS pensioners to have access to their homes, especially during the challenging period of the Covid-19 epidemic. EPFO has actively partnered with the Common Service Center (CSC) to facilitate digital life proof submission. Through a network of more than 3.65 lakh common service centers, EPFO ​​is providing the facility of submitting digital life proof to its 65 lakh pensioners close to their place of residence. EPS pensioners have to submit a life certificate/life certificate every year to continue their pension withdrawal.
  12. A new committee for the welfare of freedom fighters has been formed again by the Ministry of Home Affairs. The committee will be chaired by Minister of State for Home Affairs Kishan Reddy and 9 other eminent freedom fighters. The ministry will facilitate a separate division to serve the surviving freedom fighters and their families. It distributes pensions to around 30,000 freedom fighters and their families. Apart from Reddy, the panel also includes former Congress MLA from Gujarat Dinakar Bhai Desai, who participated in the Quit India Movement of 1942.
  13. The Government of India has expanded its flagship program Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana (Ayushman Bharat) for migrant workers. Earlier, the Government of India had announced that Ayushman Bharat beneficiaries will get a free COVID-19 testing facility. This decision has been taken to help migrant workers who have lost their jobs and livelihoods due to the lockdown. The National Health Authority implementing this scheme will issue e-cards to eligible migrants.
  14. The Uttar Pradesh Cabinet recently approved the Prevention of Cow Slaughter (Amendment) Ordinance, 2020, for which the Cow Killing Act, 1955 has been amended. This amendment will help protect cows and prevent crimes related to cow slaughter. The ordinance provides for imprisonment up to 7 years for physical harm to cows and a fine of up to Rs 3 lakh in cases related to cow slaughter.
  15. The Rajasthan Police recently arrested two civil defense personnel in Jaipur based on military intelligence. He was arrested on input that he was giving sensitive information to Pakistan’s spy agency ISI (Inter-Service Intelligence). This information was passed under “Operation Desert Chase”. “Operation Desert Chase” is an anti-espionage operation launched by Military Intelligence in 2019. In this, many people were arrested under the Official Secrets Act, 1923.
  16. Garden Reach Shipbuilders and Engineers Limited (GRSE) has handed over ICGS Kanaklata Barua, the fifth and last vessel of the Fast Patrol Vessels (FPV) series, to the Indian Coast Guard. It is the 105th vessel assigned by the Defense PSU Shipyard located off the coast of Hooghly. Earlier, GRSE has handed over FPVs ICGS Priyadarshini, ICGS Annie Besant, and ICGS Amrit Kaur to the Indian Coast Guard. The fourth boatyard 2116 of the FPV’s series is reserved to be handed over to the Seychelles Coast Guard and will probably be dispatched soon after finishing the respective conferences. Able to maintain quick monitoring, which is fully prepared by the GRSE Central Design Office, are capable of running at speeds over 34 knots.
  17. Global rating agency Fitch Ratings has predicted that India’s economy will rebound with a growth rate of 9.5 percent in the next financial year. Earlier, Fitch Ratings had projected that India’s GDP growth would come to 5 percent in the current fiscal year starting April 2020. It has also been revealed that 9.5% growth is possible only when the country survives further deterioration in the health of the financial sector. Fitch Ratings is one of the world’s three largest rating agencies, the other two leading agencies being Moody’s and Standard & Poor. Its headquarters are located in New York, USA.
  18. The United Arab Emirates-UAE has announced that it will launch its ‘Hope Mars Mission’ on 14 July. It is noteworthy that with this launch, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) will become the first Arab country to launch such a mission on Mars. Experts believe that this mission is not only important for the United Arab Emirates (UAE) but it is also important for the entire Arab region. The mission will begin its journey on 14 July and possibly reach Mars in February 2021. The program is being funded by the UAE Space Agency.
  19. Haryana Government will construct 1 thousand water recharge bore in water scarcity areas to recharge groundwater with rain. Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said that 90 percent of the cost of the bore will be borne by the government and 10 percent by the farmers. He said that in the paddy cultivated area, the groundwater level has gone down to 80 meters, and if the measures are not taken in time, the coming generations will suffer. Mr. Khattar said, the government has started the Mera Pani, Meri Virasat Yojana under which 53 thousand farmers have opted not to plant paddy in 58 thousand 421 hectare area. They will choose alternative crops and these farmers will be given Rs 7 thousand per hectare as an incentive. He said, under the Atal Bhujal Yojana, 7 hundred 34 crore rupees will be spent in three years.
  20. The Government of Uttar Pradesh has prepared an action plan to provide one million jobs in the next six months. Uttar Pradesh is one of the states where a large number of migrants have returned during the lockdown. Chief Minister Yogi Aditya Nath directed the District Magistrates to create one crore working days daily under the MNREGA from 15th of this month in a high-level review meeting after the relaxation of Purnabandi.
  21. Green Mizoram Day was celebrated in Mizoram. On this occasion, the distribution and plantation of plants were carried out with an oath to create and improve the environmental balance across the state. Mizoram has been celebrating this day since 1999. Governor P.S. Sreedharan Pillai planted saplings in the Raj Bhavan complex.
  22. VST Mobility Solutions, a startup based in Cochin in Kerala, has launched an automatic mask disposal machine. This is an attempt made as part of the fight against Covid-19. Sri Chitra Tirunal Institute for Medical Sciences and Technology (SCTIMST) developed the Chitra UV-based face mask Disposal Bin-19 technique. The institute is located in Trivandrum, considered an institute of national importance under the Department of Science and Technology (DST), Government of India. The Internet of Things based BIN-19 is used to collect and disinfect face-masks.
  23. Credit rating agency S&P has retained India’s sovereign rating at BBB-. The rating agency said that India’s economy and the fiscal situation is likely to stabilize soon and due to which it is expected to improve from 2021. While retaining India’s ratings, the rating agency expected India’s economy to revive after regaining control of the Covid-19 epidemic and regain its momentum.
  24. The Central Government has constituted an Empowered Group under the chairmanship of the Cabinet Secretary to promote investment in the country. This group will identify potential investors in important sectors of the economy. The group will also suggest incentive packages for domestic and foreign investors according to different sectors. The seven-member group comprises the Chief Executive Officer of NITI Aayog, including the secretaries of the Department of Industry Promotion, Commerce and Revenue.
  25. The Central Government has issued an advisory to streamline the process of import and rearing of the fauna of foreign species. These are the fauna of species that have been brought to India from their native place. Many citizens of the country have species of exotic fauna listed under the International Treaty on Endangered Species Trade, but there is no integrated information system available at the center or state level, in which information about these species is available. Ho. The Ministry of Environment has decided to collect information from owners of such species through their voluntary declaration in the next six months. Under this, it has been decided to register the fauna, the organisms produced from them, and their import and exchange. This will enable better management of these species and their owners to take care of such animals, Instructions can be given about keeping them properly and their welfare and other things. The database of animals and animals of foreign species will also help in the prevention and management of animal diseases and they will prevent diseases spreading in humans and animals. Those making declarations about exotic species will not have to provide any document for six months after the release of the consultation for registration. After six months have passed, they will have to meet the document requirements. The owners of these animals have to go to the website www.parivesh.nic.in and fill the prescribed form and complete the process of registration of the animals.
  26. of India by International Weightlifting Federation Sanjita Chanu has been released from charges of anti-doping violations. The Manipur lifter was tested positive for the banned anabolic steroid testosterone intake in an out-of-competition test conducted by the US Anti-Doping Agency before participating in the 2017 World Championships in Las Vegas. Chanu is a two-time gold medalist at the Commonwealth Games, having won gold medals at Glasgow in 2014 (48 kg) and 2018 Gold Coast (53 kg).
  27. The former European High Jump champion, Alexander Shstov, has been banned by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) for 4 years for consumption or attempted substance (doping). He won a gold medal in the European Championship in 2010. They were banned from June 5, and their results have been disqualified during the period 2013 to 2017.
  28. Television actor Jagesh Mukati died due to breathing problems. He was famous for appearing in TV shows like Amitha Ka Amit and Shree Ganesh. Apart from this, she also starred in the 2014 film Hasi To Fasi starring Bollywood’s Parineeti Chopra and Siddharth Malhotra.
  29. Three-time MLA from Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) in Tamil Nadu, Ambajagan (J Anbazhagan) died due to COVID-19. Ambajagan represented the Chepak-Thiruvallikeni constituency in the assembly. He was first elected to the Legislative Assembly from T. Nagar constituency in 2001. In 2011, he won the Chepak-Thiruvallikeni seat and retained it in the 2016 elections.
  30. Burundi President Pierre Kurunjija passed away. After remaining in power for 15 years, he was to leave power in August. The president was known for his publicity and fondness for football between 2006 and 2011 – plus seven international awards for his peace-making efforts.
  31. Several new challenges have emerged due to the Covid-19 outbreak. However, the epidemic has also provided research opportunities, which may help India to fight such challenges and prepare itself for the future. Keeping this fact in mind, a new partnership has been formed between two major institutions working in the field of research and development – India Alliance and RTI International India, to speed up the process related to Covid-19 and recover it. Research may be encouraged to strengthen. The India Alliance institution was established in the year 2008 as a partnership between the Department of Biotechnology (DBT) and The Welcome Trust, United Kingdom. It aims to build scientific capacity in biomedical and health sciences in Indian institutions and support internationally competitive research.

 

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