28th October, 2021 – Daily News

Topics covered – ‘Garuda’ app for digital mapping of all polling stations , “National Action Plan for Elimination of Dog-Mediated Rabies”, the dual-major holistic bachelor’s degree , Krishi UDAN 2.0 scheme, Open Network for Digital Commerce (ONDC) initiative, ‘Har Ghar Dastak’ (knock every door) month-long door-to-door campaign , AI Pe Charcha , independent expert technical committee, Development of Museums and Cultural Spaces , National Conference on “Delivering Democracy: Two Decades of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi as Head of Government”, SAMBHAV – National Level Awareness Programme , first state to release its own Wildlife Action plan (2021-30), Agni-V, Indo-Pacific Regional Dialogue , WHO SEAR High-Level Meeting for Renewed TB Response , G20 Joint Finance and Health Ministers’ meeting , ‘One Country, One Law’, African Union , “Climate Tech Investment Trends” report, Climate Vulnerability Index, “The Changing Wealth of Nations: Managing Assets for the Future” 2021 report, Appscale Academy , Middle East and East African countries, ‘YES Family’ , $2 billion loan from Asian Development Bank , $100 million loan to promote agribusiness network , Secretary of Department of Biotechnology, National Bank for Financing Infrastructure and Development , MD & CEO of the J&K Bank , World Occupational Therapy Day , J&K Accession Day , Infantry Day , India Green Energy Award 2020, Denmark Open Badminton Championship 2021 -, ‘Writing for My Life: The Very Best of Ruskin Bond’ book , ‘AIIMS Mein Ek Jung Ladte Hue’ book

Bulletins

  1. Election Commission of India (ECI) has launched the ‘Garuda’ app for digital mapping of all polling stations by adding latitude and longitude by booth-level officers (BLOs).
  2. India has announced the “National Action Plan for Elimination of Dog-Mediated Rabies” on World Rabies Day (September 28).
  3. Ministry of Education has notified the dual-major holistic bachelor’s degree offering BA-B.Ed., BSc- B.Ed. and BCom- B.Ed., under the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020.
  4. Ministry of Civil Aviation has launched the Krishi UDAN 2.0 scheme.
  5. Central government has announced to set up a private sector-led non-profit company to fast-track the implementation of the proposed Open Network for Digital Commerce (ONDC) initiative of the Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT).
  6. Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has launched the ‘Har Ghar Dastak’ (knock every door) month-long door-to-door campaign to increase the rate of vaccination.
  7. The National e Governance Division (NeGD) of the Ministry of Electronics and IT has organized AI Pe Charcha (AI Dialogue) on the theme of “AI for Data Driven Governance”.
  8. Supreme Court has appointed an independent expert technical committee, chaired by Justice R.V. Raveendran, to examine the allegations on government in relation to the Israeli spyware, Pegasus.
  9. The Appointments Committee of the Cabinet has abolished the post of CEO, Development of Museums and Cultural Spaces under Ministry of Culture.
  10. Union Minister of Home Affairs and Minister of Cooperation, Shri Amit Shah, inaugurated a three-day National Conference on “Delivering Democracy: Two Decades of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi as Head of Government”.
  11. Ministry of MSME has launched SAMBHAV – National Level Awareness Programme – to encourage entrepreneurship among students from different colleges or ITIs from across the India.
  12. Maharashtra has become the first state to release its own Wildlife Action plan (2021-30).
  13. India has successfully test-fired Agni-V, a surface-to-surface ballistic missile, from APJ Abdul Kalam Island, off the coast of Odisha.
  14. Indian Navy has organized the Indo-Pacific Regional Dialogue (IPRD), the apex international annual conference, from October 27 to 29.
  15. Leadership session of WHO SEAR High-Level Meeting for Renewed TB Response was co-chaired by India.
  16. U.S. has issued the first American passport with an “X” gender marker for non-binary, intersex and gender-nonconforming people.
  17. G20 Joint Finance and Health Ministers’ meeting will be held in Rome, ahead of G20 leaders’ Summit.
  18. Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa has formed a taskforce, headed by Galagodaaththe Gnanasara, to draft the ‘One Country, One Law’.
  19. African Union has suspended the Republic of Sudan after the military coup in the country.
  20. Dealroom.co (based in Amsterdam) has released the “Climate Tech Investment Trends” report, in collaboration with London & Partners.
  21. Council on Energy, Environment and Water (CEEW) has released the first-of-its-kind Climate Vulnerability Index.
  22. World Bank has released the “The Changing Wealth of Nations: Managing Assets for the Future” 2021 report.
  23. Google has launched the Appscale Academy program to train early to mid-stage startups across India on building high-quality apps for the world.
  24. Bharti Group backed satellite company OneWeb and Saudi Arabia’s Neom Tech and Digital Holding Company have signed an agreement to form a joint venture worth $200 million to provide satellite-based services to Middle East and East African countries.
  25. YES Bank has launched ‘YES Family’ – a family saving account.
  26. Google Pay has partnered with SBI General Insurance to allow customers to purchase SBI General’s health insurance plan directly through the Google Pay app.
  27. India has applied for a $2 billion loan from Asian Development Bank (ADB) and Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) to purchase about 700 million Covid-19 vaccines.
  28. India and the Asian Development Bank (ADB) signed a $100 million loan to promote agribusiness network to boost farm incomes and reduce food losses in Maharashtra. 
  29. Dr Rajesh Gokhale, a professor of Biology at Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER), Pune, has been appointed as Secretary of Department of Biotechnology.
  30. K. V. Kamath has been appointed as the chairperson of the newly set up ₹20,000-crore National Bank for Financing Infrastructure and Development (NaBFID).
  31. K. V. Kamath has been appointed as the chairperson of the newly set up ₹20,000-crore National Bank for Financing Infrastructure and Development (NaBFID).
  32. World Occupational Therapy Day is observed on October 27.
  33. J&K Accession Day is celebrated on October 26.
  34. Infantry Day is observed on October 27 in India to commemorate the first military event of independent India against Pakistani invaders in 1947.
  35. Indian Federation of Green Energy has awarded TVS Motor with the India Green Energy Award 2020 in the category of Outstanding Renewable Energy User.
  36. Ryan Ten Doeschate (Netherland’s all-rounder cricketer) has retired from international cricket.
  37. Denmark Open Badminton Championship 2021 –
  38. ‘Writing for My Life: The Very Best of Ruskin Bond’ book is authored by Ruskin Bond.
  39. ‘AIIMS Mein Ek Jung Ladte Hue’ book has been authored by Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ (former Education Minister).

Table of Content

National News

  1. Election Commission of India (ECI) has launched the ‘Garuda’ app for digital mapping of all polling stations by adding latitude and longitude by booth-level officers (BLOs).
      • Purpose - to ensure faster, transparent and timely completion of election work.
      • The app would help minimise paperwork and BLOs will be able to add voter names, deletion of names or modification of addresses in the electoral roll.
      • The details of assured facilities including toilets, wheelchair, drinking water, electricity, sheds, chairs, ramps for differently-abled in polling booths will also be added there and can be checked online.
  2. India has announced the “National Action Plan for Elimination of Dog-Mediated Rabies” on World Rabies Day (September 28).
      • The theme of the day in 2021 is “Rabies: Facts, not Fear”.
      • According to this action plan, Rabies is to eliminated by 2030. The plan has been drafted by National Centre for Disease Control in consultation with Ministry of Fisheries, Animal Husbandry and Dairying.
      • India is endemic for rabies and suffers approximately 36% of the world’s human rabies deaths transmitted by dogs.
      • This plan gives birth to the National Rabies Control Programme of India with rabies now also declared a notifiable disease.
      • Rabies is also a Neglected Tropical Disease. ‘World Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTD) Day’ is observed on January 30.
      • India has now created a One Health Network.
      • The network will not only serve rabies but will also strengthen surveillance and health systems for multiple health risks at the human-animal-environment interface through better coordination and communication between the animal- and human health and other relevant sectors.
  3. Ministry of Education has notified the dual-major holistic bachelor’s degree offering BA-B.Ed., BSc- B.Ed. and BCom- B.Ed., under the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020.
      • It will be offered in pilot mode initially in about 50 selected multidisciplinary institutions across the country.
      • The integrated teacher education programme (ITEP) will be available for all students who choose teaching as a profession after 12th by choice.
      • The commencement of the four-year ITEP will be from the academic session 2022-23.
      • The National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE) has devised the curriculum of this course.
      • Admission for the same will be carried out by the National Testing Agency (NTA) through the National Common Entrance Test (NCET).
  4. Ministry of Civil Aviation has launched the Krishi UDAN 2.0 scheme.
  5. Krishi UDAN 1.0:

      • The Krishi Udan scheme was launched in August 2020 to waive off cargo charges for sending agricultural products via aircraft.
      • Purpose – It will reduce wastage of agricultural produce and increase avenues for the farmers.
      • Eligibility condition – The total chargeable cargo must have at least 50% of agricultural products to get waiver.
      • Access – The scheme aims to deliver the agricultural produce in domestic as well as international markets in a time-bound manner to avoid damage of the crops.

    Krishi UDAN 2.0:

      • Change in Eligibility – Now, waiver will be extended to cargos having less than 50% of agricultural produce.
      • Selected Airports – A total of 53 airports have been selected for carrying cargo transportation with waiver under the scheme.
      • Focus Areas – This phase focuses on the perishable products from hilly areas, north-east areas, and tribal areas.
      • Benefit to the Farmers – This will enhance market reach of the farmers from hilly areas, north-east areas, and tribal areas in both domestic and international markets.
      • Types of charges to be waived off –
        • Full waiver of landing and parking charges for aircraft;
        • Waiver of terminal navigation landing charges (TNLC) and route navigation facility charges (RNFC) for Indian freighters.
      • Concessions sought from other bodies – The scheme will encourage states to reduce sales tax to 1% on aviation turbine fuel.
      • Tenure of the Scheme – 2021-22 to 2024-25

    Development of Cargo Infrastructure at Airports –

      • Strengthening cargo related infrastructure – Under the Krishi UDAN 2.0, airside transit and trans-shipment infrastructure will be created at selected airports.
        • Airside transit – It refers to the infrastructure that facilitates changing of cargo from one flight to another on the same route, during the same journey.
Cargo Infrastructure
      • Trans-shipment infrastructure – It refers to developing infrastructure at the airports for shifting the cargo from one vessel to another; from one flight to another.
    • Hub and Spoke Model – Under the Krishi UDAN 2.0, air cargo infrastructure or Cargo Terminals will be developed based on the Hub and Spoke Model.
      • The Ministry has identified locations for developing the cargo terminals by 2025.
      • It is a model where the entire supply chain is administered by one Hub. For e.g., See the picture below: –
Hub and Spoke Model
    • Under the Krishi UDAN 2.0 scheme, the government departments and regulatory bodies will work in convergence for pooling the resources and benefitting airline freighters, farmers, airlines, and other stakeholders.

Portal of the Krishi UDAN Scheme –

    • e-KUSHAL (Krishi UDAN for Sustainable Holistic Agri Logistics) will be developed to facilitate sharing of information among the stakeholders.
    • Soon, this portal will be converged with the e-NAM portal.

Focus Routes and Products –

Routes Products
Amritsar – Dubai Babycorn
Darbhanga - Rest of India Lichis
Sikkim - Rest of India Organic produce
Chennai, Vizag, Kolkata - Far East Seafood
Agartala - Delhi & Dubai Pineapple
Dibrugarh – Delhi & Dubai Mandarin & Oranges
Guwahati  - Hong Kong Pulses, fruits & vegetables

UDAN Day –

    • 21st October is the UDAN Day to recognize the contribution of Regional Connectivity Scheme – Ude Desh ka Aam Nagrik (UDAN) Scheme.
    • In October 2021, the Ministry of Civil Aviation flagged off 6 routes, expanding the aerial connectivity of North-East India, under the RCS – UDAN Scheme, to mark this day.
  1. Central government has announced to set up a private sector-led non-profit company to fast-track the implementation of the proposed Open Network for Digital Commerce (ONDC) initiative of the Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT).
      • Functions – The NPO will develop the ONDC network. It will also establish a code of conduct and rules of network based on principles of consumer protection, fair trade and regulatory conformity.
        • Besides, it will provide digital infrastructure for the network, common registry, certification of participants and certifying agencies, grievance redressal, etc.
      • Quality Control of India (QCI) has established a team of experts for execution of the project in a mission mode.
      • Budget – Rs 10 crore
      • Meaning of ONDC – Like UPI, the ONDC will create an open source network to onboard small retailers, and MSMEs on the digital platform.
        • ONDC will enable, buyers and sellers to transact through an open network, no matter what platform/application they use.
        • This ONDC will benefit the small retailers or MSMEs in giving a competition to the e-commerce giants like Amazon, Flipkart, Myntra etc. ONDC aims to end the monopoly of these players.
        • By virtue of being an open source software, it allows MSMEs to display their products online to customers and customers will get a price advantage.
      • In June 2021, the govt had formed a nine-member Advisory Committee on ONDC, comprising Nandan Nilekani from Infosys and National Health Authority CEO R S Sharma, and others.
  2. Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has launched the ‘Har Ghar Dastak’ (knock every door) month-long door-to-door campaign to increase the rate of vaccination.
      • Bihar is one of the states with low vaccination coverage standing at 39% for first dose and 13% for second dose.
  3. The National e Governance Division (NeGD) of the Ministry of Electronics and IT has organized AI Pe Charcha (AI Dialogue) on the theme of “AI for Data Driven Governance”.
      • AI Pe Charcha is a series of panel discussions involving various global and domestic leaders from the Government and industry, researchers and academicians who will share their views on AI.
      • The ‘AI for Data Driven Governance’ session will involve experts speaking about leveraging AI for Public Sector, Defence and Security, Postal Services and Future Cities.
  4. Supreme Court has appointed an independent expert technical committee, chaired by Justice R.V. Raveendran, to examine the allegations on government in relation to the Israeli spyware, Pegasus.
  5. The Appointments Committee of the Cabinet has abolished the post of CEO, Development of Museums and Cultural Spaces under Ministry of Culture.
      • The last CEO, retired IAS officer Raghvendra Singh has resigned from this post.
      • The Government had created the post in 2019 by upgrading the post of the Director of the National Museum.
      • Culture Ministry Additional Secretary Partha Sarthi Sen Sharma was given additional charge of the post of DG, National Museum.
  6. Union Minister of Home Affairs and Minister of Cooperation, Shri Amit Shah, inaugurated a three-day National Conference on “Delivering Democracy: Two Decades of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi as Head of Government”.
  7. Ministry of MSME has launched SAMBHAV – National Level Awareness Programme – to encourage entrepreneurship among students from different colleges or ITIs from across the India.

State News

  1. Maharashtra has become the first state to release its own Wildlife Action plan (2021-30).
      • The new plan recognises concerns about climate change impacts on wildlife, coastal ecosystems, marine biodiversity, flora and fauna.
      • The plan focuses on 12 areas.

Defence News

  1. India has successfully test-fired Agni-V, a surface-to-surface ballistic missile, from APJ Abdul Kalam Island, off the coast of Odisha.
  2. Indian Navy has organized the Indo-Pacific Regional Dialogue (IPRD), the apex international annual conference, from October 27 to 29.
      • This year’s IPRD will focus on eight specific sub-themes under the broad theme of “Evolution in Maritime Strategy during the 21st Century: Imperatives, Challenges, and, Way Ahead”.
      • The dialogue has been held every year since 2018.

International News

  1. Leadership session of WHO SEAR High-Level Meeting for Renewed TB Response was co-chaired by India.
      • Union Minister of State for Health and Family Welfare, Dr Bharati Pravin Pawar addressed the session. India’s target is to eliminate TB by 2025.
      • Regional Director of WHO SEARO – Dr Poonam Khetrapal Singh
      • The Regional Committee for South-East Asia is WHO’s governing body in the Region. It is comprised of representatives from the Region’s 11 Member States, as well as Associate Members.
      • The 74th session of the Regional Committee of WHO-SEARO was held in Nepal in September 2021.
  2. U.S. has issued the first American passport with an “X” gender marker for non-binary, intersex and gender-nonconforming people.
  3. G20 Joint Finance and Health Ministers’ meeting will be held in Rome, ahead of G20 leaders’ Summit.
      • Indian Minister of Finance, Nirmala Sitharaman will attend the meeting.
  4. Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa has formed a taskforce, headed by Galagodaaththe Gnanasara, to draft the ‘One Country, One Law’.
      • Galagodaaththe Gnanasara is the hard line Buddhist monk who became a symbol of anti-Muslim hatred in the country.
      • Sri Lanka has been facing a long-standing conflict between ethnic communities, especially Tamils and Sinhalese. Both communities are governed by different acts.
  5. African Union has suspended the Republic of Sudan after the military coup in the country.
      • African Union HQ – Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
      • AU Members – 54 countries (excluding Sudan)
      • AU Chair – Felix Antoine Tshisekedi from Democratic Republic of Congo for Feb 2021 to Feb 2022

Reports & Indices

  1. Dealroom.co (based in Amsterdam) has released the “Climate Tech Investment Trends” report, in collaboration with London & Partners.
      • The report assessed the venture capital investment into climate tech companies globally in the last 5 years, since the Paris Agreement.
      • As per this report, the investment has skyrocketed in the climate tech companies worldwide since the Paris Agreement.
      • Top investor – US (USD 48 billion), followed by China (USD 18.6 billion), Sweden (USD 5.8 billion), and UK (USD 4.3 billion)
      • India – 9th rank; USD 1 billion in venture capital (VC) funding for climate tech startups from 2016 to 2021
      • Overall, global climate tech VC investment increased from USD 6.6 billion in 2016 to USD 32.3 billion in 2021.
      • Region -Wise –
Climate Tech Investment Trends Report
  1. Council on Energy, Environment and Water (CEEW) has released the first-of-its-kind Climate Vulnerability Index.
      • The index is a part of the ‘Mapping India’s Climate Vulnerability – A District-level Assessment’ report.
      • The report has been supported by the India Climate Collaborative and Edelgive Foundation.
      • It has analysed 640 districts in India and found that 463 of these are vulnerable to extreme floods, droughts and cyclones.
      • As per the index, overall, 27 Indian states and Union territories are vulnerable to extreme climate events.
      • Dhemaji and Nagaon in Assam, Khammam in Telangana, Gajapati in Odisha, Vizianagaram in Andhra Pradesh, Sangli in Maharashtra and Chennai in Tamil Nadu are among India’s most climate vulnerable districts.
      • More than 80% of Indians live in districts vulnerable to climate risks, that is, 17 of 20 people in the country are vulnerable to climate risks, out of which every five Indians live in areas that are extremely vulnerable.
      • Further, 183 hotspot districts are highly vulnerable to more than one extreme climate event.
      • Top 5 vulnerable states – Assam, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Karnataka and Bihar
  2. World Bank has released the “The Changing Wealth of Nations: Managing Assets for the Future” 2021 report.
      • In 2005, the World Bank launched a seminal publication titled “Where is the Wealth of Nations?”
      • As per the report, climate change will push at least 132 million people into poverty over the next decade.
      • This report looks at four main types of assets: renewable and non-renewable assets provided by nature (natural capital), assets created by people (produced capital), the wealth embedded in people themselves (human capital), and net foreign assets.
      • This is world’s most comprehensive report, covering 146 countries from 1995 to 2018.
      • Now, countries can no longer increase their wealth by degrading natural resources.
      • Out of the four types of assets, human capital accounted for 64% of the global wealth in 2018.

Banking & Economy

  1. Google has launched the Appscale Academy program to train early to mid-stage startups across India on building high-quality apps for the world.
      • For this, Google has partnered with the Ministry of Electronics and IT’s Startup Hub.
      • The Appscale Academy will help local startups across gaming, healthcare, financial technology, education technology and social impact domains.
      • Applications will be open till 15 December 2021, from which 100 startups will be selected.
      • The program will have a special focus to the emerging startup ecosystem in Tier II and Tier III cities of India.
  2. Bharti Group backed satellite company OneWeb and Saudi Arabia’s Neom Tech and Digital Holding Company have signed an agreement to form a joint venture worth $200 million to provide satellite-based services to Middle East and East African countries.
      • Neom is a region in Saudi Arabia, which this Middle East country wants to develop into a hub of latest technologies.
      • As part of this agreement, OneWeb’s Low Earth Satellites will be used for providing connectivity.
      • India’s Bharti Group, UK government, Softbank, Hughes and Eutelsat are stakeholders in OneWeb.
  3. YES Bank has launched ‘YES Family’ – a family saving account.
      • It includes three variants – YES Prosperity, YES Premia, and YES First.
  4. Google Pay has partnered with SBI General Insurance to allow customers to purchase SBI General’s health insurance plan directly through the Google Pay app.
      • Currently, the Arogya Sanjeevni Health Insurance will be available on the Google Pay app, and users will be able to book both individual and family schemes of the plan.
      • Since its establishment in 2009, SBI General Insurance has grown from 11 branches in 2011 to 137 branches across India currently.
  5. India has applied for a $2 billion loan from Asian Development Bank (ADB) and Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) to purchase about 700 million Covid-19 vaccines.
  6. India and the Asian Development Bank (ADB) signed a $100 million loan to promote agribusiness network to boost farm incomes and reduce food losses in Maharashtra.
      • Significance of Maharashtra – The state produces 11% and 6% of India’s fruit and vegetable production, respectively, and accounts for about 8% of the country’s floriculture exports.
      • Need for the loan – Most smallholder farmers in the state lack capital to scale up and do not have direct access to emerging high-value markets.
        • ADB loan will help provide financing opportunities for farmer producer organizations (FPOs) and value chain operators (VCOs).
      • Funding – ADB will provide a $500,000 technical assistance (TA) grant from its Technical Assistance Special Fund and $2 million from the Japan Fund for Poverty Reduction on a grant basis to improve market linkages for FPOs.

Appointments

  1. Dr Rajesh Gokhale, a professor of Biology at Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER), Pune, has been appointed as Secretary of Department of Biotechnology.
  2. K. V. Kamath has been appointed as the chairperson of the newly set up ₹20,000-crore National Bank for Financing Infrastructure and Development (NaBFID).
  3. RBI has appointed Baldev Prakash as the MD & CEO of the J&K Bank for a period of three years from the date of taking charge or April 10, 2022.

Important Days

  1. World Occupational Therapy Day is observed on October 27.
      • Theme – Belong. Be you
      • Occupational Therapy aims to cure people by incorporating health habits in everyday activities.
  2. J&K Accession Day is celebrated on October 26.
      • On this day, the Maharaja Hari Singh of J&K signed an agreement of accession in 1947.
  3. Infantry Day is observed on October 27 in India to commemorate the first military event of independent India against Pakistani invaders in 1947.
      • 2021 is the 75th infantry day.

Awards

  1. Indian Federation of Green Energy has awarded TVS Motor with the India Green Energy Award 2020 in the category of Outstanding Renewable Energy User.
      • The India Green Energy Awards are given in a total of 14 categories.

Sports

  1. Ryan Ten Doeschate (Netherland’s all-rounder cricketer) has retired from international cricket.
  2. Denmark Open Badminton Championship 2021 –
      • Men’s Winner – Viktor Axelsen (Denmark)
      • Women’s Winner – Akane Yamaguchi (Japan)

Miscellaneous

  1. ‘Writing for My Life: The Very Best of Ruskin Bond’ book is authored by Ruskin Bond.
      • This is the 2nd anthology. The first one was ‘The Best of Ruskin Bond’.
  2. ‘AIIMS Mein Ek Jung Ladte Hue’ book has been authored by Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ (former Education Minister).
      • He gifted this book to PM Modi.

Start Quiz of 28th October 2021

Q.1) What is the name of the app launched by Election Commission of India for digital mapping of all polling stations by adding latitude and longitude by booth-level officers (BLOs)?
Q.2) India has announced the “National Action Plan for Elimination of Dog-Mediated Rabies” on World Rabies Day (September 28). According to this action plan, rabies is to eliminated by 2030. India is endemic for rabies and suffers approximately 36% of the world’s human rabies deaths transmitted by dogs. This plan declared rabies a notifiable disease. Rabies is also a Neglected Tropical Disease. So, when is the World Neglected Tropical Diseases Day observed?
Q.3) How many airports are covered under the Krishi UDAN 2.0 scheme?
Q.4) What is the objective of the ‘Har Ghar Dastak’ (knock every door) campaign?
Q.5) What is the theme of AI Pe Charcha (AI Dialogue) of National e Governance Division?
Q.6) Which has become the first state to release its own Wildlife Action plan (2021-30)?
Q.7) Which country has been recently excluded from African Union?
Q.8) Which company has launched the Appscale Academy program to train early to mid-stage startups across India on building high-quality apps for the world?
Q.9) Who has been appointed as the chairperson of the newly set up ₹20,000-crore National Bank for Financing Infrastructure and Development?
Q.10) When is the J&K Accession Day observed?
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