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Ancient Tamil Heroism Found in Erode

  • The Tirupur Veerarajendran Archaeological and Historical Research Center conducted a survey at the Nambiyur Dhantonriswarar temple complex in Erode district.
  • At that time, a plant was found to illustrate the ancient Tamil heroism. The ancient Tamils ​​cherished and protected cattle. There were soldiers from all over the village to protect the cows.
  • It was their duty to protect the cattle from the tiger that came to hunt. During the battle with the Tigers, martyrs were worshiped and worshiped as deities.
  • In the Nambiyur temple complex, an 80 cm high, 65 cm wide plant was found. One of the knights, with a raised sword in his right hand, holding a shield in his left hand, is positioned as if fighting with a tiger. This implant, which has no inscription, can be confirmed to be 600 years old.
Chief Minister MK Stalin orders setting up of a new police commission headed by former Chennai High Court judge CD Selvam
  • Establish a new Police Commission now, Hon'ble Chief Justice of the Chennai High Court, Mr. C.D. Wealth led them and Mr.K. Alauddin, IAS, (Retired), Dr. K. Rathakrishnan, ICP, (Retired), Psychiatrist Mr. C. Ramasubramaniam, Prof. Dr. Nalini Rao, Menal, as members of the Police Department (Criminal Investigation) Additional Director Mr. Maheshkumar Agarwal, ICP, has also appointed them as Member-Secretary by order of the Hon'ble Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, Mr. MK Stalin.
  • The Commission will examine in detail the welfare of the police and various aspects of policing and submit its recommendations to the Government within a specified time frame.
  • The recommendations of this Commission will serve as a guide and support to better enhance the functioning of the Police, prevent cybercrime, reach out to the public in a humane and friendly manner in providing services, and further strengthen the service of the Police through appropriate measures.
Interest to interest, incentive for 6 months - Union Cabinet approval
  • During the corona period, the Reserve Bank of India provided loans to borrowers from March to August 31 to repay the loans. However, those who did not pay the loan installments during the concession period were charged compound interest on the deferred offer.
  • The Central Government, which has filed an affidavit in the Supreme Court, has said that interest will not be charged on bank loans up to Rs 2 crore. In this context, the Union Cabinet has approved a scheme to provide a 6-month incentive difference between compound interest and SADA interest on loans disbursed under certain credit accounts.
  • The Union Cabinet, chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, has approved an incentive of Rs 973.74 crore for six months to provide incentives to lenders to offset the difference between compound interest and SADA interest on loans disbursed under certain credit accounts (from 01.03.2020 to 31.08.2020).
Translation of Neela Padmanabhan's novel into Russian
  • Neela Padmanabhan, a writer living in Thiruvananthapuram, won the Sahitya Akademi Award in 2007 for her novel "Ilai Uthirkalam". His novel "Pallikondapuram", published in 1970, is currently being translated into Russian by Dr. Luba Pichina.
The Union Cabinet has approved the extension of the term of the National Commission for Cleaners to 3 years
  • The Union Cabinet meeting chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi today approved the extension of the term of the National Commission for Cleaners for 3 years after 31.03.2022.
  • The total cost for the 3-year extension will be around Rs 43.68 crore. The term of the commission will be extended to 3 years, which will benefit the country's cleaners and human waste disposers. As of 31.12.2021, the number of human waste disposers was 88,098.
Cabinet approves Rs 1,500 crore investment in Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency
  • The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs, headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, has approved an investment of Rs 1,500 crore in the Renewable Energy Development Agency of India.
  • The investment will help create about 10,200 work-years of employment and reduce emissions by about 7.49 million tons per year. The Renewable Energy Development Agency of India will reap the following benefits from the Government of India's additional investment of Rs. 1500 crore.
  • The Renewable Energy sector will be able to lend Rs 12,000 crore, thereby meeting the credit requirement for an additional 3500-4000 MW of renewable energy generation capacity.
  • Additional funding will be provided for renewable energy projects to increase the net worth of the renewable energy sector to contribute to the Government of India's goals in the renewable energy sector.
  • In order to facilitate lending and borrowing operations, the asset ratio of capital and risk assessment will be improved.
  • The Renewable Energy Development Agency of India, a Mini Ratna (Type-1) company under the management of the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, was formed in 1987 as a separate non-bank financial institution for the renewable energy sector.
  • With over 34 years of technical and business expertise, the Renewable Energy Development Agency of India plays a key role in funding renewable energy projects.
India-Denmark agreement to work together in the field of green fuels including green hydrogen
  • The two countries agreed at a meeting of the India-Denmark Scientific & Technology Joint Committee on joint ventures in research and production of green fuels, including hydrogen.
  • The video conference focused on important priority projects at the national level and the progress made in the fields of science, technology and innovation in both countries, with a special focus on future green investments in green research, technology and innovation.
  • The meeting emphasized the need for research, innovation and technological advancement to be carried out as a movement through bilateral cooperation.
  • The Prime Ministers of the two countries agreed to work together on climate change, change to green projects, energy, water, waste and food, as agreed in the 2020-25 Action Plan for Green Project Cooperation.
  • The meeting was co-chaired by Mr. SK Varshney, Consultant and Chairman, International Cooperation Division, Federal Department of Science and Technology, and Dr. Stein Jargensen, Deputy Director, Higher Education and Science Agency, Government of Denmark.

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