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28 new announcements issued by the Minister of Rural Development

  • Upgradation, strengthening of 5,780 km of rural roads and construction of 121 bridges will be undertaken at an estimated cost of Rs. 2,097 crore.
  • Dams, suction pits, wells and other greening works will be carried out at an estimated cost of Rs 1149 crore to augment groundwater and meet irrigation needs.
  • Renovation of houses, drinking water structures, street lights, etc. in the old Samadhuvapurams already constructed will be carried out gradually.
  • The 12,565 libraries set up under the All Grama Anna Revival Program will be gradually renovated.
  • 916.75 crore will be spent on building properties in rural areas and improving basic amenities.
  • 550 Village Panchayat Office Buildings, 15 Panchayat Union Office Buildings and 500 Anganwadi Center Buildings will be constructed at an estimated cost of Rs. 233.25 crore to provide better services.
  • 68 new vehicles will be provided to district and regional level officers to strengthen the project monitoring function.
  • The monthly stipend for panchayat leaders will be increased from 1,000 rupees to 2,000 rupees.
  • A model village award will be created for the villages that excel in health and a prize of Rs. 7.5 lakh each will be given to 37 village panchayats on the basis of one village panchayat per district and a model village award and shield. In addition, awards will be given to the 3 best performing villages at the state level and a shield and a prize money of Rs. 15 lakhs each will be given.
  • In order to ensure safe drinking water, 62,625 women belonging to women's self-help groups in 12,525 panchayats at an estimated cost of Rs 10.92 crore will be trained to test water quality.
  • Accounts in the panchayat administration will be simplified and formalized for bloggers and forms.
  • 84.68 crore livelihood opportunities will be created for SHGs and individuals in rural areas.
  • A dedicated telephone helpline will be set up to provide livelihood related information.
  • Manimegalai Awards will be given to the best performing community based organizations.
  • Establishment of a sales center for marketing of self-help group products, acquisition of a separate brand and creation of an e-commerce website will be facilitated at an estimated cost of one crore rupees.
  • To improve rural industries, 30 one-stop service centers will be set up at an estimated cost of Rs. 7 crore to provide appropriate services to women entrepreneurs.
  • 31,900 women self-help group members will be imparted skill training worth Rs. 1.86 crore for value addition on a block basis.
  • 87.80 crore will be provided to 20,000 youth in rural and urban areas to set up self-employment and provide necessary training to get employment in private companies.
  • To conserve natural resources and biodiversity, local self-help group women will be given skill development training at an estimated cost of Rs 2 crore.
  • Livelihood parks with public infrastructure facilities will be created which are considered to be the most important requirement for the livelihood activities of the local self help groups.
  • One crore rupees will be allocated to set up two lakh nutrition gardens to ensure women and children nutrition.
  • 50 nature farm packages comprising 5,000 women farmers will be created.
  • Co-operative industries such as agriculture, horticulture and animal husbandry in rural areas will be integrated into 185 farm complexes with a grant of Rs. 37 crore.
  • 51.25 crore will be provided for the creation of 1,860 individual and 2,717 micro enterprises and rural entrepreneurship.
  • Producers setting up women's self-help groups will be encouraged to increase production and income through the groups by allocating Rs. 2 crore for 100 certified seed production packages.
  • 10.80 crore financial assistance of Rs.
  • 188 crore revolving fund and community fund will be provided to strengthen self-help groups and community organizations.
  • Maternity leave will be increased for Grama Panchayat Secretaries.
Home-made missile device - Pakistan successfully tests
  • 'Parts of the enemy country can be accurately attacked and destroyed by Fateh-1. Its missiles can be fired from the ground and hit the target on the ground.
  • The Pakistani military tested the Fateh-1 missile launch equipment for the first time last January. 'Fateh-1 propellant missiles have a range of 140 km. Capable of going the distance and hitting the target
  • Following the successful test of Fateh-1, Adib Arif Alvi, Prime Minister Imran Khan and Army Chief of Staff Qama Javed Bajwa praised the military and scientists.
Texand leads India to Paralympic Games
  • The 16th Paralympic Games have got off to an exciting start with the recent completion of the Olympic Games in Tokyo, the capital of Japan.
  • A total of 4,500 athletes from 164 countries are expected to take part in the tournament, which will feature 54 players from nine different sports, including athletics, archery and table tennis.
  • It has been announced that the qualifiers for the Paralympic Games will take place on August 25, 26 and 27, and the quarterfinals and finals on August 28 and 29, respectively.
  • While expecting Mariappan to win gold at the Tokyo Paralympics, javelin thrower Texand carried the national flag in place of Mariappan as he was in contact with the corona victim. It is noteworthy that 5 people including Mariappan have been isolated.
6 new corporations in Tamil Nadu
  • Minister of Municipal Affairs KN Nehru announced in the assembly that 6 new corporations will be formed by amalgamating the local bodies in Tamil Nadu.
  • According to the 2011 census, the population of Nagpur is 48.45 percent. In the current scenario of 2021, the Naxalite population is estimated to have grown to about 53 percent of the total population.
  • Tambaram, Pallavaram, Chembakkam, Pammal, Anakaputhur municipalities and the surrounding municipalities and panchayats will be merged to form one corporation. In addition, the municipalities of Kanchipuram, Kumbakonam, Karu, Cuddalore and Sivakasi will be upgraded to corporations by amalgamating the local bodies that have flourished around it.
  • The corporations of Trichy, Nagaon, Thanjavur and Osho, and the municipalities of Chengalpattu, Poovirunthavalli and Mannagudi will be expanded to include the sprawling municipalities and panchayats around them.
  • The municipalities of Kollankodu, Musiri and Lalgudi will merge the adjoining panchayats into municipalities. In addition, the two municipalities of Punjai Pugalu and Pugalu will be merged to form Pugalu municipality.
India's corona vaccine "Hako 19 '- successful in first trial
  • The Federal Drug Control Agency (DCGI) has approved the first phase of testing for the traditional Hako 19 '(AAE 19) vaccine, which stimulates corona immunity.
  • The Department of Biotechnology under the Federal Ministry of Science and Technology has set up its Biotechnology Industry Research Assistance Council, a non-profit public sector body.
  • The company partnered with Pune-based Genoa Bio Pharmaceuticals, a private pharmaceutical company, to carry out vaccine testing in the corona protection movement. It was also funded by the Federal Department of Biotechnology.
  • The Hakko 19 vaccine is different from other vaccines. The US-based HDT Bio Corporation has also offered to help. The vaccine is named "Hako 19".

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