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The Prime Minister attended the UN Conference on Climate Change

  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi attends the G-20 Summit in Rome, Italy. Following this, the Prime Minister attended the UN Conference on Climate Change in Glasgow, Scotland. 
  • Following this, Prime Minister Modi addressed the Glasgow Climate Conference. Noting that our way of life is also the main reason for climate change, Prime Minister Modi said that we must come forward to set up an eco-friendly way of life.
  • He said Indian Railways aims to zero carbon emissions by 2030. He also made five key pledges called Panchamirtham to tackle the challenge of climate change. At the conference, Prime Minister Modi made five key pledges called Panchamirtham to tackle the challenge of climate change.
  • India will have zero carbon emissions by 2070.
  • India will increase its non-fossil energy capacity to 500 GW by 2030.
  • By 2030, India will reduce the carbon footprint of its economy to 45 percent
  • By 2030, India will meet 50 percent of its electricity demand with renewable energy
  • India to cut 1 billion tonnes of carbon emissions from total carbon emissions by 2030
10.5 per cent internal quota for Vanniyar canceled
  • The law was passed in the Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly in February, providing 10.5 per cent reservation for the Vanniyar community out of the 20 per cent reservation for the most backward. Balamurali, a native of Paramakudi, filed a petition against the law.
  • The petitions were heard before a bench comprising Justices M Thuraisamy and K Murali Sangha. According to the petitioners, 10.5 per cent internal allocation has been made to the Vanniyar for not conducting caste-based surveys properly.
  • It was reported that this has severely affected students of other castes in backward classes. The arguments of the various parties were completed and adjourned till the hearing. In this situation, the reservation has been canceled and the case has been decided by Justices M. Thuraisamy and K. Murali Sangha.
40 Gram Jewelery loan waiver subject to shaving - Government of Tamil Nadu Government Release
  • According to the family card in the co-operative societies, a family has received a public jewelery loan of 40 Grams. The government has ordered the waiver of Rs 6,000 crore (approximately) of jewelery loans as per the guidelines.
  • The Registrar of Co-operative Societies is requested to advise all Co-operative Societies to follow these guidelines.
GST collection rises to Rs 1.3 lakh crore in October - Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman
  • According to the data of the Ministry of Finance, the total GST revenue in October 2021 was Rs. 1,30,127 crore, of which CGST was Rs.23,861 crore, SGST was Rs.30,421 crore, IGST was Rs.67,361 crore (Rs. Include.
Uttarakhand's first Internet station in Dehradun - Launched by Union Minister Rajiv Chandrasekhar
  • Rajiv Chandrasekhar, Union Minister of State for Electronics and Information Technology, inaugurated Uttarakhand's first internet station in Dehradun with a video presentation from New Delhi. The 10th station of the Indian National Website (NIX) will help improve internet and broadband services in Uttarakhand.
Australia approves covax vaccine
  • Countries around the world are making a list of travelers coming to their country to be vaccinated. Thus each vaccine is examined and approved. Accordingly, the Australian Government today approved the Corona vaccine for covax, manufactured by Bharat Biotech India. 
  • It has been reported that those who have been vaccinated against coxsackie will be allowed to enter their country directly without isolation. Earlier, Australia had approved the Covshield corona vaccine manufactured by India's serum company.

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