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New scheme to raise Rs 6 lakh crore using central government assets

  • Finance Minister Nirmala Sitaram has launched a new scheme called 'National Monetization Resources' to raise Rs 6 lakh crore using central government assets for various infrastructure projects.
  • The project has identified 25 airports, including Chennai and Varanasi, 40 railway stations and 15 railway stadiums, to attract private investment. Under this scheme private companies can invest in schemes for a certain income. Warehouses, sports halls, etc. can be leased on a long-term basis.
  • The Minister said that there is a public-private partnership under this scheme. At the same time, the Minister clarified that no property rights or land will be given to the private sector. Nirmala Sitharaman said the monetization scheme will be implemented from 2022 to 2025.
Implementation of National Education Policy in Karnataka - Launched by Dharmendra Pradhan
  • The program to implement the National Education Policy was held in Bangalore, the capital of Karnataka. Chief Minister of Karnataka Basavaraj Puppet and Karnataka Minister of Higher Education Ashwath Narayan were also present. Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan participated in the video.
  • Announcing that 'National Education Policy 2020' will be implemented in Karnataka as the first state in the country during the current 2021-22 academic year, Minister Dharmendra Pradhan has started enrolling students in colleges.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has unveiled India's first smoke tower to reduce air pollution
  • Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today unveiled a smoke tower at Baba Karak Singh in Connaught Place to curb rising air pollution in Delhi. Built under the guidance of the Supreme Court, the smoke tower is 20 meters high and cost Rs 20 crore. "It is the first smoke tower in the country," according to Environment Minister Gopal Roy.
  • In addition, the Delhi Cabinet approved the project in October 2020. The 20-meter-long tower, which will be set up to improve air quality at a radius of one meter, will be operational at full capacity after the monsoons.
Climate change poses greater threat to Indian minors
  • The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNICEF) has conducted a study on the threat posed to minors by the effects of climate change. Subsequently, the organization released for the first time the "Children's Climate Risk Index!" (CCRI). India ranks 26th in the list of 'extremely high risk' countries for minors.

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