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Government of Tamil Nadu Memorandum of Understanding with Indian Non-Conventional Energy Company

  • A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed between the Tamil Nadu Power Generation and Distribution Corporation and the Non-Conventional Energy Development Corporation of India in the presence of Chief Minister MK Stalin at the Chennai General Secretariat on the handling of new projects and modern technologies to improve power generation capacity in Tamil Nadu.
  • In order to become self-sufficient in meeting the power requirements of Tamil Nadu and to reduce the cost of purchasing power from the private sector, the Tamil Nadu Electricity Generating and Distribution Corporation will have to generate at least 20,000 MW of solar power, 3,000 MW of hydro funnel and 2,000 MW of gas in the next 10 years. Is planning to produce. It is estimated that Rs. 1 lakh 32 thousand 500 crore will be required to implement these projects.
Ramaswamy appointed Member-Secretary of Science Music Drama Council
  • The Government of Tamil Nadu has appointed Dr. Ramaswamy as the Member-Secretary of the Tamil Nadu Science and Music Drama Council for a term of three years, replacing Somasundaram, who is currently the Member-Secretary of the Tamil Nadu Science and Drama Council, under Section 8 of the Rules.
Mandatory Seating for Employees of Companies - Filing a Bill in the Assembly
  • CV Ganesan, Minister of Labor Welfare and Skills Development introduced a Bill in the Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly in 1947 to further amend the Tamil Nadu Shops and Companies Act.
  • Individuals working in shops and companies in the state are made to stand throughout their working hours. As a result they suffer from many types of health problems.
  • Considering the condition of the employees who stand on their feet throughout their working hours, it is considered that all the employees of the shops and companies should be provided with seating facility.
Asian Development Bank raises Rs 1,095 crore for Tamil Nadu to build housing for the urban poor
  • The Asian Development Bank was established in 1966 in Manila, the capital of the Philippines, with 67 member countries on the Asian continent. It aims to finance the development of Asian countries.
  • With a share of 8.54 per cent of India's GDP, Tamil Nadu is a major state in the country's economic growth. Of the 7.2 crore people here, more than 50 per cent live in urban areas. Thus, the number of migrants from villages to cities is increasing.
  • Therefore, Tamil Nadu is one of the specific states in India in terms of urbanization. Therefore, the Tamil Nadu Housing Board has been allocated Rs. 1,095 crore to build affordable housing for the urban poor in Tamil Nadu in 9 different areas with environmental and disaster protection.
  • The shortage of houses was found in Tamil Nadu as compared to the national housing shortage. After that, when calculated on the basis of income, it was revealed that most of the low-income people were homeless.
  • This will help the Regional National Planning Development Authority, Tamil Nadu City Directorate to improve the economy and infrastructure of the state.
Father Periyar's birthday will be celebrated on September 17 as Social Justice Day - MK Stalin
  • Chief Minister MK Stalin announced in the Assembly that Father Periyar's birthday, September 17, would be celebrated annually as 'Social Justice Day' and that pledges would be taken in all government offices on that day.
International Conference of Leaders Conference
  • The Australian Parliament is hosting the 5th International Conference of Leaders' Conference on September 7 and 8. Speaker of the Lok Sabha Om Birla and Deputy Speaker of the State Council Harivansh have left for Vienna, the capital of Australia, to attend the conference.
Manimandapam in North Chennai for Ayodhya Das
  • The Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu announced in the Assembly that a mani mandapam would be set up for Ayodhya Das (1845-1914) in North Chennai to commemorate the 175th anniversary. He was charged under Assembly Rule 110.
  • It was Ayodhya Pandit who turned these two words into symbols in the political arena for Tamil and Dravid. In the census of 1881, he was recorded as an "ancient Tamil".
  • The name of the organization he started in 1891 was "Dravida Mahajana Sabha". In 1907 he started a magazine called "Oru Paisath Tamilan" and ran it as a magazine called Tamilan.

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