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Corona Free Village - First Prize Rs. 50 Lakhs: Government of Maharashtra

  • While Chief Minister Uttam Thackeray recently praised the efforts of some villages to prevent the spread of the corona virus, he has now announced a contest called "Village without Corona".
  • Under the competition, 3 villages without corona will be selected in each revenue category and the first prize will be Rs 50 lakh, second prize Rs 25 lakh and third prize Rs 15 lakh.
  • There are six revenue divisions in the state. Therefore, a total of 18 prizes will be awarded. The total prize money for this will be 5.4 crore on behalf of the state government.
Isaac Herzog elected Israel's new president
  • Senior politician Isaac Herzog has been elected the new president of Israel. He won by a landslide in a secret ballot in parliament on Wednesday.
  • In the 120-member parliament, 87 MPs voted in favor of him. Subsequently, he was elected the 11th President.
  • Isaac Herzog, 60, is the son of former President Saim Herzog. He served as President of Israel from 1983 to 1993.
Misra takes over as chairman of National Human Rights Commission
  • Misra has been sworn in as the new chairman of the National Human Rights Commission. The president usually administers the oath of office.
  • The swearing-in ceremony was not held due to fears of a corona infection. Misra went directly to the head office of the National Human Rights Commission and took over as the new chairman. His term of office is three years.
New federal law prohibits retired key officials from disclosing secrets
  • The government has introduced a new law banning retired officers from working in federal agencies related to intelligence and security.
  • Retired employees working in important fields such as intelligence are prohibited from disclosing matters related to their field to the public.
  • Yet it is customary for many senior executives to expose important, confidential information in public to challenging cases they have encountered during their tenure.
  • Information like this can sometimes cause problems for the federal government. Therefore, the federal government has intensified its ban on enforcing the secrets of retired officers to avoid this.
  • According to the Federal Civil Services (Pensions) Amendment Rules 2007, 'Retired employees must obtain proper prior approval from their respective department heads before releasing any information'.
  • The federal government is currently amending and directing them to seek prior approval from the head of the organization to publish important information. All employees must give a promise to the head of the organization that they will not release the information without proper permission.
  • The amended rules state that employees' pensions can be suspended or withdrawn if they publish in violation of the rules. It is forbidden to share important information with anyone without permission.
  • These rules apply to employees retiring from the Intelligence Service (IP), RAW, the Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI), the Central Economic Intelligence Agency, the Enforcement Department, the Aviation Research Center, and the Border Security Force.
  • These include the Federal Reserve Police Force, the National Security Guards, the Central Industrial Security Force and the Indo-Tibetan Border Police, the Narcotics Control Bureau, the Special Border Force, the Special Security Team and the Financial Intelligence Unit.

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