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Success of short-range missile test to hit the air target

  • The Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) has successfully tested a short-range air-to-air missile. The test was conducted at the Chandipur Integrated Testing Center on the coast of Odisha.
  • All parts and equipment of the missile functioned as expected. The experiment was overseen by DRDO and Navy officials. The next tests of the missile will be the AV test from the warship.
The Prime Minister dedicated various development projects to the nation in Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh
  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the Rs 10,000 crore fertilizer factory, AIIMS and Regional Medical Research Center and Baba Raghav Das Medical College in Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh.
Pepsi loses patent for potato lace chips
  • The 'lace' type is one of the most popular chips from Pepsi in the United States. FL-2027 type potatoes are used to make this type of chips. In 2016, Pepsi acquired the patent for this type of cylinder from the Crop Protection and Farmers' Rights Commission (PPV and FRA).
  • In June 2019, Messrs. Kurukanthi sued Pepsi for revoking the patent. Two years later, the BPV and FRA ruled in favor of revoking the patent, which was in the public interest and in the interests of farmers.
'Nightingale' Award
  • B.A. from American College in 1990. Economics, Green CSI in 1993. I finished nursing in college. Until 2001 I worked there as an assistant professor. In May 2001 I joined James University University Hospital in London as a nurse.
  • Nurses will be selected for the award based on letters received from patients within a year. Each year, London's highest award, the Nightingale Award, is presented in recognition of the service rendered by nurses.
  • Daniel Vijayaraj, a 50-year-old male nurse from Madurai, has been awarded London's highest award, the Nightingale Award.
Reliance Company - TA'ZIZ Partnership
  • Abu Dhabi Chemicals Derivatives Company RSC Limited ("TA'ZIZ") and Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) have entered into an agreement to launch a global chemical joint venture called TA'ZIZ EDC & PVC in the TA'ZIZ Industrial Chemical Zone in Ruwais.
  • The new joint venture will be structured to produce chloro-alkali, ethylene dichloride (EDC) and polyvinyl. More than $ 2 billion (Rs 7,500 crore in Indian currency) will be invested in the project. The chemical will be the first of its kind to be produced in the United Arab Emirates.
  • This will reduce imports and create new local value chains. At the same time, it can meet the growing demand for such chemicals internationally. . The TA'ZIZ Industrial Chemicals Zone is a joint venture between the Abu Dhabi National Oil Corporation (ADNOC) and ADQ.
  • The project forms the long-term strategic partnership of ADNOC and Reliance. In addition, the project is Reliance's first investment in the MENA (Middle East and North Africa) region.
  • Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber, Minister of Industry and Advanced Technology and Managing Director of ADNOC, United Arab Emirates and Chairman and Managing Director of Reliance Industries, Mr. Mukesh D. The agreement was signed in the presence of Ambani.
Asian Youth Para Games 2021
  • India has won a total of 41 medals, including 12 gold, 16 silver and 13 bronze, at the Asian Youth Para Games in Bahrain. The Indian athletes have won a maximum of 22 medals (8 gold, 7 silver and 7 bronze) in the athletics category.
  • India also won 16 medals (4 gold, 7 silver, 5 bronze) in badminton, 3 medals in swimming (1 silver, 2 bronze) and 1 silver in powerlifting. According to the Sports Commission of India, Praveen Kumar won gold and Rahul won silver in high jump in athletics.
  • In the long jump, Karandeep Kumar won the first place and Praveen Kumar and Dash Soni won the second place. Meet Dathani won gold and Dash Soni won bronze in the 100m category at the race.
  • Meet Dathani won gold in the 200m, Mafi won silver in the 400m and Biju Bennett George won bronze. In javelin throwing Vikram Singh topped the list, Siddharth 2nd and Laxmith 3rd.
  • In discus throw, Vikash Patti won the first place and Karthik M. Krishna the third place. Vikash Pattiwal and Ananya Bansal won silver and Mehta Jayant, Laxmid and Sanjay O. Neelam won bronze in the bomb throw.
  • Kashish Lakra won gold in club throw and Devanshi Satija won 1 silver and 2 bronze in swimming. Rahul Jograjya won silver in Pawa Lifting. In badminton, Nithya, Sanjana, Balak-Sanjana and Nehal-Abhijeet won gold.
  • Jyoti (2nd medal), Naveen, Hathik Makka, Karan - Ruthik co, Nithya - Aditya co, Hotik - Sanjana co won silver. Balak, Naveen - Hotik co, Sandhya, Nehal - Balak co won bronze.
List of State Agricultural Universities Rankings
  • Coimbatore "Tamil Nadu Agricultural University" has been ranked 4th in the National Level State Agricultural Universities Rankings for the year 2021. The list is published by the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) Agricultural Universities' ranking-2021.
Recommendations of the Inter-Ministerial Committee to Increase Coal Production
  • A panel of officials and industry from the recently formed Ministries to Increase Coal Production in India submitted its recommendations. Based on this, the Ministry of Coal has formulated a coal project to increase domestic coal production and utilization. Key Recommendations of the Committee chaired by the Additional Secretary, Ministry of Coal:
  • Coal India Company (CIL) and the private sector identify additional mines to extract coal.
  • To adopt the latest technology for coal use and to formulate a policy plan for cleaning coal.
  • CIL allocates coal connections to private companies to set up coal cleaning facilities.
  • Establishing a pricing system for domestic coal, net of import price based on quality criteria.
  • CIL has been recommended to publish the coal mining details on its website.
Draft Notaries (Amendment) Bill issued to welcome suggestions
  • The Notaries Act, 1952 was enacted by Parliament to regulate the profession of legal certification officers known as notaries. The rules made under it empower the Central and State Governments to appoint notaries with the prescribed qualifications.
  • It is felt that the opportunity should be given to young qualified law practitioners who want to work as a notary public. This will help them to build their business better. With this in mind, it is proposed to limit the total period of notaries to fifteen years (initial five years and two renewals five years each) by reducing the number of unlimited renewals.
  • This will give opportunity to the youth, which will lead to better development and regulation of the notary work and facilitate the needs of the industry. The Notaries (Amendment) Bill was enacted to amend the Notaries Act, 1952 to achieve the above objectives, to prevent misconduct and fraud and to digitize the business.

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