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Saudi Arabia has provided Rs 31,500 crore in financial assistance to Pakistan

  • Corona proliferation has exacerbated the crisis. The heavy debt burden, on the one hand, and the economic downturn, on the other, have left Pakistan in a dilemma. The financial crisis has affected production at many factories in Pakistan and many have lost their jobs.
  • Meanwhile, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan attended the Middle East Green Initiative Conference in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. There he met Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud of Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia, a Western Asian country, has pledged Rs 31,500 crore in financial assistance to Pakistan.
India successfully tests Agni-5 missile
  • India has successfully tested the Agni-5 intercontinental ballistic missile, also known as the Intercontinental Ballistic Missile, in Odisha. The missile was tested on Abdul Kalam Island off the coast of Odisha. The missile went successfully and hit the target. The DRDO said it hit and destroyed the target precisely.
  • This missile has 3 phase solid fuel engines. It is also noteworthy that it is more accurate than other missiles in India. It is 17 meters long and 2 meters wide. It is capable of carrying and attacking nuclear weapons.
An allocation of Rs. 254 crore has been made by the Adithravidar Welfare Department for the basic facilities of the tribal people
  • 130 crore this year through the Adithravidar Welfare Department to provide basic facilities to the tribal people and Rs. 124 crore has been allocated by the government.
  • Administrative sanction has been given to carry out road facilities, drinking water facilities, street lights and solar lights at a cost of Rs 394 crore 69 lakh 17 thousand in the tribal areas within three years from the state fund.
  • In the first phase, a government order has been issued to provide financial assistance of Rs. 129 crore 99 lakh 77 thousand in the financial year 2020-21 on priority basis. These tasks will be carried out on a priority basis. In the second phase, in the financial year 2021-22, the government orders the disbursement of Rs. 123 crore 85 lakh 83 thousand.
Expert Panel to Investigate Pegasus - Supreme Court
  • Pegasus spy software developed by the NSO, an Israeli company based in the West Asian country, has been reported to have tapped the mobile phones of many people around the world. The mobile phones of more than 300 politicians, journalists and social activists in India were reportedly tapped.
  • True or not, members of the Editors' Guild have filed a lawsuit in the Supreme Court seeking a court-martial on the phone tapping issue. The panel was set up to look into a number of areas that require the cooperation of government agencies.
  • Naveen Kumar Chaudhary, Dean, National University of Forensic Sciences, Gandhi Nagar, Gujarat, P. Prabhakaran, Professor, Amrita University, Kerala, Former IPS officer Alok Joshi and cyber security expert Sandeep Oberoi will assist Judge Raveendran. The committee will conduct an inquiry very soon and file its report.
Home Search Education Project Chief Initiative Deposit
  • The 'Home Search Education' project was launched at a cost of Rs 200 crore. The Chief Minister M.K. Stalin launched the project manual on Wednesday at Villupuram District Marakkanam Circle, Mudaliarkuppam.
  • The Chief Minister flagged off the student cycle rally to create awareness about the project.
Discovery of the Rajaraja I inscription at the Musiri Thiruvasi Temple
  • Nalini, Head, Department of History, SRC College, and Akila, Assistant Professor, Department of History, Musiri Anna Government Arts College, inspected the Thiruvasi Matrurai Varatheeswarar Temple near Musiri, Trichy District.
  • In it, they found an inscription of the time of Rajaraja I (general period 996) engraved on 297 lines. This was explored by Dr. Rasamanikkanar, Director, Center for Historical Studies, Kalaikovan.
  • Nakkan Karbhagavalli, who was the maid of the palace of Rajaraja I, considered herself to be the daughter of the Lord of the Thiruvasi temple. Karpagavalli donated 201 ounces of gold to the temple from his salary collection and added two plots of land that could produce 16 pots of paddy per year.
Mr. Narayan Rane, Union Minister for Small and Medium Enterprises launched the National Awareness Program 'Sambav'
  • He launched the Sambav National Level Awareness Program 2021 in New Delhi, organized by the Ministry of Small and Medium Enterprises, Government of India. The project will be a one-month effort to reach out to the people under the Ministry of Small, Micro and Medium Enterprises. Students from colleges / ITIs in all parts of the country will be encouraged to become entrepreneurs by the 130 field offices of the Ministry. College students will be informed through audio / light presentations about various projects implemented by the Ministry during the campaign.
  • Awareness programs will be conducted in more than 1,300 colleges across the country. About 1,50,000 students are expected to participate.
ADB & India has signed a $ 100 million loan for agribusiness development in Maharashtra
  • The Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the Government of India have signed a $ 100 million loan to boost agro-business network to increase agricultural income and reduce food losses in the state of Maharashtra.
  • Shri Rajat Kumar Misra, Additional Secretary, Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance, signed the agreement for the Maharashtra Agri-Business Network (MAGNET) project on behalf of the Government of India.
The Prime Minister attends the 16th East Asia Summit
  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi participated in the 16th East Asia Summit via video link. The 16th East Asia Summit was hosted by Brunei EAS and ASEAN President. It was attended by leaders of ASEAN countries and other EAS participating countries including Australia, China, Japan, South Korea, Russia, USA and India. India is actively participating in EAS. This is the Prime Minister 's 7th East Asia Summit.
Dr. Manzuk Mandavia addresses the Investors Summit on “Opportunities and Partnerships in the Pharmaceutical and Medical Devices”
  • Dr. Manzuk Mandavia, Union Minister of Health and Family Welfare, addressed the investors' summit on "Opportunities and Partnerships in the Pharmaceutical and Medical Devices Industry".
  • The investors' conference was organized by the Department of Pharmaceuticals in association with Invest India as part of its mission to further strengthen India's position internationally in the field of pharmaceuticals and medical equipment.
Federal Aviation Minister Mr. Jyotiraditya Cynthia unveiled 2.0 with Krishi
  • Mr. Jyotiraditya Cynthia, Union Minister of Civil Aviation, Mr. Usha Pathi, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Aviation, Mr. Rajbir Singh, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Agriculture and Agrarian Welfare, Mr. Keku Kastar, Chief Executive Officer, Airports Authority of India Co-published by Mr. Dilip Senai, General Secretary, Confederation of Indian Industry and Commerce (FICCI).
  • Krishi with 2.0 aims to improve the value of agricultural products through aviation and contribute to the agricultural value chain. This will encourage the transportation of agricultural products by air.
The Ministry of Education has announced a four-year integrated teacher education program
  • The Ministry of Education has announced a four-year integrated teacher education program covering the complete dual undergraduate courses of B.A.P.Ed, B.Sc.B.Ed and B.Com B.Ed. This is one of the key guidelines issued by the National Education Policy 2020 regarding teacher education.
  • According to the National Education Policy 2020, teacher activities will be available from 2030 only through the Integrated Teacher Education Program. It will initially be implemented in selected 50 multidisciplinary educational institutions across the country.
  • The program offers a bachelor's degree in history, mathematics, science, arts, economics or business. The syllabus has been designed by the National Teacher Education Committee under the Ministry of Education.
  • The Integrated Teacher Education Program will provide early childhood care and education, including basic numeracy and literacy, integrated education, and an understanding of India and its values, arts and cultures.
  • This completes the course in four years, leaving students with one year left over from the current 5-year plan. The four-year integrated teacher education program will begin in the 2022-23 academic year. The National General Entrance Examination will be conducted by the National Examination Agency and the admission will take place.

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