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1. Jal Jeevan Mission: Madhya Pradesh Plans to Provide 22 Lakh Tap Connections by March, 2022
Madhya Pradesh presented their Annual Action Plan (AAP)under Jal Jeevan Mission (JJM)today via video conferencing setting out the State’s action plan to provide tap water connections to rural households in 2021-22 as well as the saturation plan, so that every rural home of the State gets tap water supply in a time-bound manner. Madhya Pradesh is likely to get about Rs 3,000 Crore Central fund in 2021-22. Considering this quantum jump of allocation of almost 2.5 times of previous year, the State has
3. Govt. has set a target to increase the number of Janaushadhi Kendras to 10500 by the end of March 2025.
Union Minister for Chemicals & Fertilizers Shri D V Sadananda Gowda has said that with a vision to provide quality medicines at an affordable rates for the common man especially the poor, Govt. has set a target to increase the number of Pradhanmantri Janaushadhi Kendras PMBJK to 10500 by the of March 2025. As on 15th September 2020 the number of stores has increased to 6606.
With this all the districts in the country will have Janaushadhi Kendras . This will ensure e
5. Bihar Board Class 10 Social Science Exam Cancelled Due To Paper Leak, Re-Exam On March 8
The Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) has cancelled the Class 10 Social Science exam held on Friday, February 19, due to a paper leak before the commencement of the examination. The authorities have announced to reconduct the examination on March 8 for the students who appeared in the first shift.
The matter of Bihar Board paper leak saw the light of day when the board was informed about a photo of the social science question paper of the first shift being circulated on WhatsApp. A total of
6. Rise in carbon emission may lead to more extreme rainfall events in Chennai
Rise in carbon emission may lead to more extreme rainfall events in Chennai
India has the second highest fatality average due to hazards of climate change. The situation is not going to get any better in the future also, especially for those living in coastal areas, including Chennai. A modelling study carried by the researchers of the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Chennai points to such uncomfortable climate-change-related scenarios in the future.
8. E-MAGAZINE NEW INDIA SAMACHAR (MARCH 16 - 31)
E-MAGAZINE NEW INDIA SAMACHAR (MARCH 16 - 31)Ministry of Information and Broadcasting has brought out a fortnightly titled "New India Samachar". New India Samachar is to provide you correct information about various initiatives taken by Government of India for benefit of the common people. While New India Samachar is not the government's mouthpiece, it wo
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9. India International Science Festival-2020 will showcase 41 events highlighting multi-dimensional aspects of science, technology and innovation in India
Several curtain raiser events are being organized for generating awareness about the 6thIndia International Science Festival (IISF-2020) to be held virtually this year.
At such an event at CSIR – Indian Institute of Toxicology Research, Lucknow, Dr Shekhar C Mande, Secretary, Department of Scientific and Industrial Research (DSIR), Director General, Council of Scientific and Industrial Research and Chairman, Steering Committee, IISF – 2020, in his key note address, said that t