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An allocation of Rs. 300 crore for 14 departments - Government of Tamil Nadu Government Release

  • A seven-member team led by Union Home Secretary Rajiv Sharma visited Tamil Nadu to inspect the flood-affected areas. It has also requested the Central Government to provide flood relief on behalf of the Tamil Nadu Government. 
  • In this situation, the government has allocated Rs 300 crore for 14 departments to repair the flood damage. The Tamil Nadu government has allocated Rs 132 crore to the Chennai corporation and issued an order.
2 Order of the Governor appointing new Vice-Chancellors to the University
  • Governor RN Ravi has appointed new Vice Chancellors to Tanjore Tamil University and Tamil Nadu University of Physical Education and Sports.
  • Accordingly, V. Thiruvalluvan has been appointed as the Vice Chancellor of the Tanjore Tamil University. Thiruvalluvan will be the Vice Chancellor of the Tamil University for the next 3 years.
  • Similarly, M. Sundar has been appointed as the Vice Chancellor of Tamil Nadu University of Physical Education & Sports. It has been informed that M. Sundar will be the Vice Chancellor of Tamil Nadu University of Physical Education & Sports for the next 3 years.
Chief Minister MK Stalin launched the Namaku Namme and the Urban Employment Program
  • Chief Minister Stalin has launched the Rs. 300 crore 'Namakku Namme' project in Salem in all the corporations, municipalities and municipalities in Tamil Nadu.
  • With this, we will implement the project ourselves in all 14 corporations including Chennai Corporation, Salem, Madurai, Coimbatore, Nellai, all 121 Municipalities and all 528 Town Panchayats.
  • Similarly, the Chief Minister also unveiled a Rs 100 crore urban employment scheme in Tamil Nadu. Stalin started. Currently, the scheme is being implemented in 2 zones of Chennai Corporation, one zone each in other corporations, 7 municipalities and 37 municipalities. For this scheme, job seekers in each family are to be registered and issued an employee card.
Improved new type Pinochet rocket test success
  • The Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) has teamed up with a private company to develop an upgraded Pinnacle rocket system. The test of this rocket system has been going on for the last 3 days in Pokhran, Rajasthan.
  • Of these, 24 Pinnacle rockets were launched for various distances. The Pinnacle rocket is launched from the ground. The existing Pinnacle MK-1 rocket system will destroy the 40 km range target and the Pinnacle 2 type 60 km range target.
Prime Minister Modi launches Rs 9,800 crore Saryu Nahar National Project
  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi has launched the Rs 9,800 crore "Saryu Nahar National Project" (water canal project) in Balrampur, Uttar Pradesh. The total cost of the project is Rs. 9800 crore and Rs. 4600 crore has been allocated for this in the last 4 years alone. 
  • The project includes a project to connect the five rivers Kakara, Sarayu, Rapti, Panganga and Rohini. The project will irrigate 14 lakh hectares of land.
The Prime Minister pointed out the Uttiramerur inscription at the Summit for Democracy
  • Speaking at a video summit on democracy in the United States, Prime Minister Modi said, 'I am proud to represent the largest democracy in the world.
  • Elected democracies flourished 2,500 years ago in cities such as Lichavi and Sakya. The same democratic sentiment can be seen in the 10th century 'Uttiramerur' inscription.
Asian Rowing Championship 2021
  • In the double sculls match held in Thailand, Ajun / Ravi pair finished first in 6 minutes 57.88 seconds. China's Qing Li / Ludong Zhang finished second in 7 minutes 02.37 seconds and Uzbekistan's Taojon Tavronov / Abdullah Mohammediev finished second in 7 minutes 07.73 seconds.
  • Earlier, the Indian pair had won a maximum of bronze in the championship in 2019. On the other hand, in the single sculls category, Baminda Singh came in 8 minutes 07.32 seconds and finished 2nd. Uzbekistan's Kolmoshev Shakbos won the gold in 7 minutes 56.30 seconds and Indonesia's Mimo won the bronze in 8 minutes 10.05 seconds.
64th National Sniper Championship
  • The 64th National Sniper Championship was held in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. Divyanash Singh Banwar (19) of Rajasthan won the gold medal in the men's 10m air rival category with 250 points in the final.
  • Maratha's Rudrangs Patil won the silver with 249.3 points and Assam's Hirida Hazarika won the bronze with 228.2 points. Following this, Divyanash Singh Banwar won the gold medal in the junior division with 252.2 points. He thus won 2 gold medals in a single day.
  • ONGC hero Angou Mittal wins gold in the shotgun category at the National Sniper Championships. Rajasthan's Aditya Bhardwaj won silver with 40 points and Uttar Pradesh's Ryan Rizvi won bronze with 33 points.
  • Meanwhile, Bantwi Singh of Madhya Pradesh won gold in the 50m Bronze category with 626 points in the rifle category at Bhopal. Ava took first place in both the categories of Zion and Junior.
  • In the same event, Divyansh Banwa won gold with 250 points in the Ada 10m Rifle category. Maharashtra's Rudrang Balasaheb was second with 249.3 points and Assam's Hirudai Hazarika was third with 228.2 points. In the junior category, Divyansh came first, Rudrangsh second and Delhi's Baat Makija third.
  • In the mixed team drop category, Madhya Pradesh won gold, Haryana won silver and Tamil Nadu won bronze.
Carlsen won the World Chess Championship for the 5th time
  • Reigning world champion Magnus Carlsen of Norway and Napomoniaschi of Russia clashed at the event as part of the Dubai Expo. The series, which always runs with 12 rounds, is the first time matches have been played with 14 rounds
  • With this victory Carlsen scored seven points and Napo three and a half points. Carlsen was awarded 1.2 million.
National Weightlifting Championship
  • In the men's 67 kg category, Jeremy Lalrinunga took the first place with a total weight of 305 kg, 141 kg in the snatch category and 164 kg in the clean & joke category. The weight he lifted in the snatch category was a national record.
  • Kururaja won the silver medal by lifting 265 kg in the Adava 61 kg category. In the women's 55 kg weight category, Vidyarani Devi finished 2nd in the snatch category with a total weight of 84 kg and 114 kg in the clean & joke category with a total weight of 198 kg. Nigeria's Atijat Olarino won gold by lifting 203 kg (90 + 113).
Women's National Football Championship Manipur Champion
  • Neither team scored in the final of the Women's National Football Championship in Kozhikode, Kerala. Manipur then beat Railways 2-1 in a penalty shootout to retain the title.
  • Manipur's Okram Roshini Devi Tovagina was the best goalkeeper in this match as well. Tamil Nadu player Sandhya was the top scorer and Manipur's Irom Parameswari was the most valuable player. All three were given a cash prize of Rs 25,000 each.
34,35,163.56 MT of foodgrains allotted to Tamil Nadu under the Prime Minister's Kareeb Kalyan Anna Yojana
  • The 5th phase of the Prime Minister's Kareeb Kalyan Anna Yojana has been extended for 4 months till March 2022. A total of Rs 1,72,358.13 crore has been spent under this scheme till December 6 in the financial years 2020-21 and 2021-22.
  • A total of 75987138.23 MT of foodgrain has been allocated under this scheme. 34,35,163.56 MT of foodgrains were allocated to Tamil Nadu. Of this, 22,05,638 metric tonnes of cereals have been distributed. 10, 283.81 crore was spent for this. A total of 364.69 lakh people have benefited from this.
New food processing policy
  • The food processing sector plays an important role in the Indian economy. However, the sector is facing some major challenges. The draft National Food Processing Policy has outlined strategies to address these challenges, including supply chain, infrastructure, and minimal processing technology gap. 
  • This policy leads to integration of services provided by various Ministries and Departments. Key features of this policy include significantly increasing investment in strengthening the supply chain infrastructure and expanding the processing capacity of perishables.
Health schemes under the National Health Plan - The Central Government has provided Rs.1522.71 crore to Tamil Nadu in 2021
  • Under the National Health Plan, the federal government provides financial and technical support to strengthen hospitals.
  • Assistance is provided under the National Health Program for maternal health, child health, adolescent health, family planning, global immunization program, major diseases such as tuberculosis, malaria, dengue, kala azar, and leprosy.
  • Janani Sisu Suraksha Program, Rashtriya Pal Swasthya Scheme, Free Medicines Scheme, Free Trial Services, Mobile Medical Facilities, Distance Medicine Services, Ambulance Services, National Dialysis Scheme etc. are implemented in all the States / Union Territories with the support of the National Health Scheme. Implemented in hospitals.
  • The Ayushman Bharat Health Project has established more than 80,000 health centers across the country. Under the National Health Plan, the Central Government has provided Rs.1522.71 crore to Tamil Nadu in the financial year 2020-21.
12,882.11 crore to the States and Union Territories for food security assistance
  • During the Corona period, as Anganwadi Centers were closed across the country, supplementary food items were distributed to the beneficiaries once in 15 days by the Anganwadi staff and assistants to ensure continued availability of nutritional support.
  • The Central Government has provided Rs. 12882.11 crore to provide food security assistance to the States and Union Territories. A further 34.45 MT of food grains were allocated. In addition, the states and union territories contributed a minimum of Rs 5826.96 crore. Through this 11.80 crore children in 11.20 lakh schools in 2020-21 have benefited.

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