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"One Earth, One Health" - Prime Minister Modi's speech at the G7 Summit

  • The G7 consortium includes the United States, Britain, Canada, Italy, France, Germany and Japan. The G7 summit is being televised in Cornwall, UK. Prime Minister Modi has been invited to attend the conference on post-Corona world reconstruction as a special guest.
  • Prime Minister Modi delivered his keynote address at the G7 Summit. It also said that many countries around the world supported Prime Minister Modi's statement that there should be no restrictions on the supply chain of raw materials to help accelerate corona vaccine production in countries like India.
  • Moreover, Prime Minister Modi in his speech said that a joint effort of all countries is needed to improve the global health infrastructure. He stressed the need for a "one earth one health" approach to make this possible.
  • Similarly, Prime Minister Modi sought support for the call for the cancellation of the TRIPS agreement on intellectual property rights to increase corona vaccine production.
Policy to document the history of wars waged by the Indian Army - approved by the Ministry of Defense
  • This policy will help to categorize the history of wars and the history of military operations. The Ministry of Defense has decided to compile, classify, publish, document the history of wars waged by the military and hand them over to the National Archives. This new policy has been approved for this purpose.
  • It will contain all the official information, including details of the war waged by the military. All of these facts will be recorded. At the same time, the Ministry of Defense will continue to have the exclusive power to keep secrets in those records if they contain tensions.
  • All the wars, operations and correspondence carried out by the Assam Rifles and the Indian Coast Guard under the Integrated Security Personnel Division in the Ministry of Defense will be documented under the new policy.
French Open Women's Czech Republic Athlete Champion
  • In the women's singles final, she faced Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova of Russia and Barbora Kryzhikova of the Czech Republic. At the end of the match, which lasted one hour and 58 minutes, Barbara won the trophy 6-1, 2-6, 6-4 and won the Grand Slam series.
  • The trophy was won by Barbara for Rs. 14.41 crore won the prize money. Pavlichenkova Rs. 6.65 crore prize. It is noteworthy that this is the first Grand Slam title won by Barbora Kryzhikova.
The country's foreign exchange reserves crossed the $ 60,000 crore mark for the first time
  • India's foreign exchange reserves increased by $ 684 crore (approximately Rs. 51,000 crore in Indian terms) to $ 60,500 crore for the week ended June 4, 2021. This is the first time in its history that foreign exchange has crossed the 60,000 crore dollar milestone.
Professor of India on the Advisory Board of the World Health Organization
  • Mukesh Chama, a professor of civil engineering at Kanpo IIT and an expert in air quality detection, has been appointed to the World Health Organization's Technical Advisory Committee.
  • The members of this committee have been selected from various countries by the Director General of the World Health Organization. The group is an advisory body to the World Health Organization.
  • The panel will provide technical guidance and input in support of action taken by the World Health Organization on air pollution and health issues.
  • The panel will advise on how member states can achieve air pollution and health in the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
  • The group was formed at the UN in 2015 to call on the nations of the world to eradicate poverty, protect the planet and ensure that all people enjoy peace and prosperity by 2030.
  • Professor Sama is also a contributor to the World Health Organization in Geneva and the International Council for Clean Air Transport in Bangkok and the World Bank.
  • He is also a member of the World Health Organization's panel, which sets policies and regulations for air mass control in 194 member states.
Goods Service Tax (GST) reduction for oxygen
  • The 44th GST Council meeting was held on video. It was attended by Anurag Thackeray, Union Finance Minister, Finance Ministers of States and Union Territories, and key officials of Central and State Governments.
  • A committee comprising state ministries was set up to look into the abolition of the goods-and-services tax on medical oxygen, pulse oximet, hand purifiers, essential medicines and oxygen concentrators.
  • The report presented by the committee was discussed at the GST meeting. It was finally agreed at the meeting to reduce the goods-and-services tax on pharmaceuticals and medical equipment.
  • Accordingly, the 5 per cent freight-service tax levied on dosilizumab, which is used to treat corona infections, and amphotericin-B, which is used to treat black fungus, has been abolished.
  • The 12 per cent goods-and-services tax levied on other drugs used in corona treatment, such as Remdecivo and Heparin, has been reduced to 5 per cent.
  • The freight-service tax on medical equipment, including medical oxygen, oxygen concentrators and respirators, has been reduced from 12 per cent to 5 per cent. The tax on corona test equipment has also been reduced to 5 percent.
  • The goods-and-services tax on pulse oximeters, hand sanitizers and body temperature test kits has also been reduced to 5 percent.
  • MK-3 Sophisticated Lightweight Helicopters Soap for the Indian Coast Guard
  • The helicopters were developed under Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visionary India. These modern helicopters are manufactured by Hindustan Aeronautics in Bangalore.
  • 16 MK-3 helicopters will be intercepted at the Indian Coast Guard units in Chennai, Bhubaneswar, Kochi and Bhopal.
Rs 422 crore for Tamil Nadu in the agricultural mechanization project - Ministry of Agriculture
  • The Central Government has announced and implemented various schemes to promote agriculture across the country. Accordingly, the Central Government has provided funds to various States for the upliftment of farmers through the sub-program of the Agricultural Mechanization Scheme.
  • Activities such as Agricultural Equipment Rental Centers, Agricultural Machinery Bank, Hi-Tech Centers and supply of agricultural machinery to many states are being carried out under the Farm Mechanization Scheme.
  • In that regard, the Department of Agricultural Cooperatives and Farmers Welfare has provided 421 crore 65 lakh rupees to Tamil Nadu from 2014-15 to 2020-21.

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