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28 July (जुलाई) 2020

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  1. Minister of Power and New and Renewable Energy RK Singh said that while participating in a webinar (Internet-held seminar) organized by The Energy Resource Institute (TERI), the share of clean energy sources in the total power generation capacity in the country by 2030 Will be around 60 percent. During the webinar, the minister also released a report titled ‘Renewable Power Pathway: Modeling the Integration of Wind and Solar in India by 2030’. Apart from this, he also released a report titled ‘Bending the Curve: 2025 Forecast for Electricity by Sector and State in the Light of Covid Epidemic’. Both reports have been prepared by the ‘Energy Transition Commission’, a research platform located at TERI’s New Delhi headquarters. By 2030, renewable energy capacity will reach 5,10,000 MW. This includes 60 of the hydroelectric sector, 000 MW capacity is included. At the United Nations National Climate Action Summit in September last year, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced a target to increase renewable energy capacity from 1,75,000 MW by 2022 to 4,50,000 MW by 2030. ‘By 2030, 4,50,000 MW will come from renewable energy sources such as solar and wind power. Also, 60,000 MW will come from the hydropower sector. The clean energy capacity in the country, including under construction and hydroelectric projects, is 1,90,000 MW which is more than the target of 1,75,000 MW by 2022. 000 MW will come from the hydropower sector. The clean energy capacity in the country, including under construction and hydroelectric projects, is 1,90,000 MW which is more than the target of 1,75,000 MW by 2022. 000 MW will come from the hydropower sector. The clean energy capacity in the country, including under construction and hydroelectric projects, is 1,90,000 MW which is more than the target of 1,75,000 MW by 2022.
  2. India and the Maldives agreed to establish the Geidoshu Mass Plant (Neighborhood Fish Processing Plants) at Maradhoo and Hulhudhoo, two islands in the city of Addu in the Maldives. The contract signing ceremony was virtually held in the city of Adu, attended by Maldives Foreign Secretary Abdul Ghafoor Mohammed, India’s High Commissioner in Maldives, Sanjay Sudhir, along with other members of the Maldives Foreign Ministry.
  3. Green Energy Development Corporation of Odisha Ltd. (GEDCOL) and the central undertaking NHPC signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to set up a joint venture company. This joint venture company is being formed to set up a solar project of a total capacity of 500 MW on ‘floating’. The joint venture company will implement solar projects in various reservoirs of Odisha in a phased manner under the Very Large Renewable Energy Power Park of the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy.
  4. Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar held a meeting with World Bank officials to make the rugged area of ​​the Gwalior-Chambal region agricultural. Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Tomar said that more than three lakh hectares of land in this area are not suitable for agriculture and if improved in this area, it will help in the integrated development of the rugged area of ​​Gwalior-Chambal region. The Union Minister said that there exist immense possibilities of development in the rugged area of ​​the Gwalior-Chambal region. He said that Chambal Expressway will be built, which will make possible the overall development of the area.
  5. The Maldives celebrated its 55th Placement Day on 26 July. President Ramnath Kovind and Prime Minister Narendra Modi have congratulated the President of Maldives Ibrahim Mohammad Swaleh on the occasion. Both leaders have assured Mr. Swaleh to continue to support Maldives’ development and democracy. The Government of India has provided six decimal two tons of essential medicines and six hundred tons of essential food items to the Maldives under the Sanjeevani campaign amid the Covid-19 epidemic.
  6. Union Minister for Environment, Forest and Climate Change Prakash Javadekar introduced the National Transit Pass System (NTPS) to ensure uninterrupted movement of forest products across the country. The National Transit Pass system will facilitate the movement of wood, bamboo, and other forests produce. Also launched a national portal for inter-state / intra-state movement of timber (timber), bamboo, and other forest produce. The key feature of the National Transit Pass system is that it is available as a desktop-based web portal as well as a mobile application. Therefore online registration can be done through web-portal as well as a mobile app. This entire system provides an automated process without changing state-specific rules and regulations. Currently, NTPS will be tested as a test operation in Madhya Pradesh and Telangana and then implemented across the country.
  7. According to the MMR report released by the Registrar General of India, India’s maternal mortality ratio (MMR) has declined by 9 points in a year. This ratio has fallen from 122 in 2015–17 to 113 in 2016–18. There has been a steady decrease in MMR in the country from 2011 to 2018. While it was 167 in 2011-2013, it fell to 130 in 2014-2016, it decreased to 122 in 2015-17 and 113 in 2016-18.
  8. IIT (Indian Institute of Technology), Banaras Hindu University (BHU) will develop a biotechnology-based water treatment system for the treatment of sewage water flowing into the Ganges and Godavari rivers through the SPRING project. The project is funded by the Department of Biotechnology with the Indian Ministry of Science and Technology, European Union. The project aims to develop a low-cost advanced bio-oxidation system for polluted water.
  9. The World Health Organization (WHO) together with other major bodies launched the “COVID-19 Law Lab” (www.COVIDLawLIN.org). It is a database of laws that countries implemented in response to the COVID-19 epidemic. This will help countries to establish and implement a strong legal framework to manage the epidemic worldwide. The Lab is a joint project of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), WHO, the United Nations Program on HIV / AIDS (UNAIDS) and the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law at Georgetown University.
  10. The Punjab Cabinet approved the World Bank assisted $ 285.71 million (Rs 21,31,02,66,055.50) canal water supply projects in the cities of Amritsar and Ludhiana. Adopting the Rehabilitation Policy Framework under the Punjab Municipal Services Improvement Project on behalf of the Department of Local Bodies, the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development will spend 70 percent of the total amount on this project which is $ 200 million. The remaining 30 percent will be spent by the Punjab government at $ 85.71 million.
  11. Following the World Health Organization’s appeal, the Government of India will provide the US $ 1 million to the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) on humanitarian grounds. This assistance will be given by India in the name of the Anti-Tuberculosis Program being run in Korea (DPRK) of the World Health Organization.
  12. The Government of India amended the General Financial Rules 2017 to impose restrictions on bidders from countries that share borders with the territory of India. The amendment has been made keeping in mind the matters related directly or indirectly, including India’s immunity and national security. Under the said rules, the Department of Expenditure has issued a detailed order on public procurement to strengthen India’s defense and national security. As per the order, any bidder of such countries sharing land borders with India to bid in any government procurement related to goods, services (including consulting services and non-consulting services), or work (including turnkey projects) Will be eligible if the bidder is registered with the competent authority.
  13. The Dedicated Freight Corridor Corporation of India Limited (DFCCIL) said that the world’s first electrified rail tunnel ‘Western Dedicated Freight Corridor’ (Western Dedicated Freight) to operate double-stack containers in the next 12 months Corridor- WDFC). Once commissioned, the double-stack container freight train will be able to run at over 100 km / h from within this electrified rail tunnel near Sohna in Haryana. Geologically, this tunnel is safe and stable as it passes through 2500 to 500 million years old Proterozoic rocks mainly quartzite, shits, and slates of Alwar / Azabgarh clusters of Delhi Supergroup rocks which have a high carrying capacity. is.
  14. Union Human Resource Development Minister in New Delhi with senior officials of the Union Ministry of Human Resource Development and Heads of Autonomous / Technical Organizations ‘Stay in India and Study in India’ Conducted brainstorming session. Significantly, due to COVID-19, many students who wanted to study abroad have decided to stay in India and study in India. Also, with the worry of completing their studies, the number of students returning to India is increasing. This worrisome situation arising due to COVID-19 is related to two important topics. To look into the requirements of students desirous of going abroad and to arrange education in reputed educational institutions to prevent them from studying in the country. Addressing the concerns of students returning from abroad and helping them to complete their studies. Central human The Minister of Resource Development said that during the year 2019, around 7 lakh 50 thousand students traveled abroad for their studies and due to this valuable foreign exchange went out of India and many talented students went abroad. It is noteworthy that according to the declaration of the Government of India, the capacity of seats in all major institutions will have to be increased by 50% by the year 2024 and the number of institutions of national importance will have to be increased to 50 by the year 2024.
  15. The US administration has withdrawn its earlier orders regarding international flights started by India for America. In this order issued last month, the US administration had said that before starting any flight to America, Indian airlines will have to take its prior permission. These flights were launched to bring back Indian citizens. Significantly, the US government has withdrawn this order before it goes into effect. The US Department of Transportation has taken this step after the Indian government decided to start direct air services between the two countries. Recently the Minister of Civil Aviation Hardeep Singh Puri, America, France, was announced to start bilateral airlines to India from Germany and the United Arab Emirates. It is noteworthy that because of the cases of Corona Virus (COVID-19), which is continuously spreading in the world, almost all countries of the world, including India, imposed all kinds of travel restrictions because of security.
  16. The latest Global Forest Resources Assessment (FRA) released by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations states that the top 10 countries that have increased forest areas in the last decade India is ranked third in the world. The FAO has made this comprehensive assessment every five years since 1990. This report assesses the level of forests, their conditions, and management for all member states. According to FRA-2020, the top 10 countries have recorded the highest average annual net gain in a forest area during the year 2010-2020, including China, Australia, India, Chile, Vietnam, Turkey, United States. , France, Italy, and Romania. according to the report, The Asian continent has recorded the highest net increase in the forest area in the years 2010–2020. The Asian continent has recorded a net increase of 1.17 million hectares per year in forests over the past decade. However, the South Asian sub-region recorded a net forest loss during the year 1990-2020. But according to FRA-2020, this decline would have been much greater without net profit in India’s forests during this period. During the decade of assessment, India recorded an average forest gain of 0.38% or 2,66,000 hectares of forest growth each year. FRA-2020 has credited the Joint Forest Management Program of governments for the significant increase in community-managed forest areas in the Asian continent. The forest area managed by local, tribal, and indigenous communities in India has increased from zero in the year 1990 to about 25 million hectares in the year 2015. A net increase of 17 million hectares has been recorded. However, the South Asian sub-region recorded a net forest loss during the year 1990-2020. But according to FRA-2020, this decline would have been much greater without net profit in India’s forests during this period. During the decade of assessment, India recorded an average forest gain of 0.38% or 2,66,000 hectares of forest growth each year. FRA-2020 has credited the joint forest management program of governments for the significant increase in community-managed forest areas in the Asian continent. The forest area managed by local, tribal, and indigenous communities in India has increased from zero in the year 1990 to about 25 million hectares in the year 2015. A net increase of 17 million hectares has been recorded. However, the South Asian sub-region recorded a net forest loss during the year 1990-2020. But according to FRA-2020, this decline would have been much greater without net profit in India’s forests during this period. During the decade of assessment, India recorded an average forest gain of 0.38% or 2,66,000 hectares of forest growth each year. FRA-2020 has credited the Joint Forest Management Program of governments for the significant increase in community-managed forest areas in the Asian continent. The forest area managed by local, tribal, and indigenous communities in India has increased from zero in the year 1990 to about 25 million hectares in the year 2015. This decline would have been much greater without net profit in India’s forests during this period. During the decade of assessment, India recorded an average forest gain of 0.38% or 2,66,000 hectares of forest growth each year. FRA-2020 has credited the Joint Forest Management Program of governments for the significant increase in community-managed forest areas in the Asian continent. The forest area managed by local, tribal, and indigenous communities in India has increased from zero in the year 1990 to about 25 million hectares in the year 2015. This decline would have been much greater without net profit in India’s forests during this period. During the decade of assessment, India recorded an average forest gain of 0.38% or 2,66,000 hectares of forest growth each year. FRA-2020 has credited the joint forest management program of governments for the significant increase in community-managed forest areas in the Asian continent. The forest area managed by local, tribal, and indigenous communities in India has increased from zero in the year 1990 to about 25 million hectares in the year 2015.
  17. Hyderabad, the capital of Telangana, is among the top 20 cities in the world in most Surveilled City via CCTV. This was revealed in a survey conducted by a consumer portal named Comperitech. The survey included 150 cities with the highest population density. Among them, Hyderabad is 16th in the list based on the number of CCTV cameras per 1000 population. Apart from Hyderabad, London is the only non-Chinese city to figure in the top-20. 18 cities of China have made it to this list. China’s Taiyuan has topped the list. There are 119 CCTV cameras per thousand population in Taiyuan.
  18. The Lieutenant Governor of Jammu and Kashmir, Girish Chandra Murmu, initiated a “macadamization program” to improve roads in Jammu and Kashmir. The program includes 11,000 kilometers of fair-weather roads as well as 100% macadamization of all roads.
  19. The Tamil Nadu government has signed 16 memorandums of understanding (MoUs) worth Rs 5,137 crore to generate employment opportunities for more than 6,555 people. The MoU was signed by Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami. The government has signed three MoUs worth Rs 30,664 crore within 2 months, which will employ more than 67,212 persons.
  20. The Haryana Horticulture Department organized a five-day Sub-Tropical Fruit Expo 2020 from 18 to 22 July 2020 at the Center for Sub-Tropical Fruit (Indo Israel Project) in Ladwa, District Kurukshetra. The event was inaugurated by Sanjeev Kaushal, Additional Chief Secretary, Department of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare.
  21. The Indian Super League (ISL) is included in the prestigious World League Forum (WLF) which is a consortium of professional football leagues like the Premier League, La Liga, and the Bundesliga. The ISL said in the release that it has become the first from South Asia to join the World League Forum and the seventh from Asia. The World League Forum currently consists of members from five continents representing 1200 clubs around the world and working with the global body FIFA to develop professional football.
  22. Every year on 26 July is celebrated as Kargil Vijay Divas in the country. The day is celebrated to commemorate the success of “Operation Vijay”. On 26 July 1999, India regained its territory in Kargil from the possession of Pakistani intruders.
  23. Former Tanzanian President Benjamin Makpa (81) died in a hospital in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. He was born on November 12, 1938. His death was announced in a speech by Tanzanian President John Magufuli. He served as the President from 1995-2005 after the country’s first multilateral election, he is the third President of his country since independence.
  24. More than 1600 women have taken a unique initiative towards becoming self-reliant in the Naxal-affected villages of Bishunpur section of Gumla district in Jharkhand. With the help of self-help groups, these women have adopted new methods of cultivation of Lemon Grass. Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his Mann Ki Baat program today appreciated this initiative and said that these women have set an example by doubling their income and adopting self-reliant lifestyles. Vikas Bharti, a non-governmental organization in Bishunpur in collaboration with Jharkhand State Livelihood Mission and Krishi Vigyan Kendra, has given proper training in the cultivation of Lemon Grass to more than 32 women self-help groups.
  25. There were heavy rain and strong winds at speeds of up to 90 miles (144 km) per hour as Hannah Hurricane approached the Gulf Coast of Corona epidemic. It was the first hurricane of the 2020 Atlantic stormy season and came twice as a Category-A storm in less than an hour on Saturday.

 

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