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Tsunami warning device patented by Tamil Nadu scientists

  • A team of 4 Tamil scientists led by Ma. Arul Muthiah, A. Sundar and K. Ramesh, led by Ra. Developed to help detect a tsunami. It has been patented by India.
  • The device is located at a depth of 4,000 meters in the Bay of Bengal and the Arabian Sea. This tool has various modern, unique technical features. Its database transmits real-time tsunami information via satellite simultaneously to the NIOD Data Center and the INCOIS Tsunami Warning Center.
  • These data sets and tsunami warnings are also shared with India's neighbors. Next to the United States in the world, India has independently designed and installed tsunamis. NIOT scientists have been traveling deep into the ocean to maintain corona infection and parasites.
  • Our team has been granted an Indian patent for the discovery of such a float, entitled 'REAL TIME TSUNAMI MONITORING SYSTEM'.
Kayakalp Award
  • Every year the Central Government honors the best government hospitals in India by recognizing them by race. The award is given in terms of environmental cleanliness and transparency.
  • A team of 5 people will be sent to all the states to find the hospitals that are eligible to receive this award. Those committees will conduct field research and submit a score report to the Central Government.
  • In that regard, this year's Central Government Award for Kayakalp has been received by the Red Fort Government Hospital, Tenkasi District. The first prize is Rs. 15,00,000. The hospital operates various medical treatment units including obstetrics, epidemiology, dermatology and pediatrics.
  • It is noteworthy that the Red Fort Government Hospital, which has received the Kayakalp Award, has already bagged the consolation prize for 3 consecutive years in 2017, 2018 and 2019. So far 4 groups have been surveyed as per the recommendation of the Central Government.
  • The Red Fort Government Hospital has received a score of 99.3 percent this year, which is unprecedented in any state.
The ‘Darbar change’ procedure came to an end
  • The whites who ruled India declared Jammu as the winter capital of 6 months and Srinagar as the summer capital of 6 months, depending on the climatic conditions of Jammu and Kashmir.
  • As long as Jammu and Kashmir was a state, it had a headquarters in Srinagar in the summer and in Jammu in the winter. This procedure was followed for escape from the winter. To this end, once every six months, government documents and a limited number of employees and officials were transported in vehicles between Jammu and Srinagar.
  • Thus, it was called the ‘Darbar change’. In 2019, the Union Government revoked the special status of Jammu and Kashmir and divided the state into two Union Territories, Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh. 2 governors have been appointed for these.
  • In a statement issued on the 20th of last month, Jammu and Kashmir Governor Manoj Sinha announced the end of the dual capital practice. The dual capital system is said to have been introduced in Jammu and Kashmir from 1872 during the rule of Dogra king Kulal Singh. This was followed even after independence. Now, 149 years later, the practice is over.
Rs 50,000 crore loan to improve health infrastructure: PM Modi
  • National Physicians' Day is celebrated every year on July 1 to commemorate the famous doctor and former West Bengal Chief Minister Pithan Chandra Roy for his services to the medical field. Accordingly, many people today are praising doctors. In this context, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today addressed a video conference among doctors on the eve of National Doctors' Day.
  • If we look at the death rate per lakh population, our country is progressing better than the developed countries. We have been able to save many, and all this pride rests with our doctors and frontline staff.
  • To provide quality health care to all people, a Rs 50,000 crore loan scheme will be launched to further improve health infrastructure in areas where there is no medical infrastructure, and the central government has set aside Rs 22,000 crore to strengthen child care and infrastructure.
WHO announces complete eradication of malaria in China
  • The World Health Organization (WHO) has certified China as having "eradicated malaria" that threatened China. China is the 40th country to be free of malaria. El Salvador (2021), Algeria and Argentina (2019), Paraguay and Uzbekistan (2018) have completely eradicated malaria.

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