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Return of Milan

  • Milan, a biennial exercise conducted by the Indian Navy every 2 years, was canceled in 2020 due to corona. But, despite the high incidence of corona this time around, the Marines are serious about conducting the Milan. Milan are planning to hold a large scale 2022. About 45 countries will participate.
  • It will start training in Visakhapatnam in the last week of February under the theme 'Fellowship-Solidarity-Cooperation'. The final planning conference of the training will be held in Delhi. Military representatives from the participating countries are expected to attend the event.
Archaeological excavations at 7 places in Tamil Nadu, including Sivakalai, Gangaikonda Cholapuram, begin in February
  • There has been speculation that urbanization in the Ganges plain in the 6th century BC did not exist in Tamil Nadu and that the Brahmi script was invented by Maurya. The following study provides a scientific answer to such questions.
  • The urbanization of Tamil Nadu as early as the 6th century BC and its emergence as a literate and literate advanced society were established by subterfuge.
  • The period of the husked pearls found in the old man's tomb of Shiva is dated to 1150 BC. The Tamiraparani riverine civilization known as 'Than Porunai' is 3200 years old. I announced this in the Legislature last September 2021.
  • Following this, excavations are planned at archeological sites covering all parts of Tamil Nadu from prehistoric times to prehistoric times. Currently, excavations are being carried out at 7 sites in 2022 to add pride to the antiquity, culture and values ​​of the ancient Tamil community.
  • Accordingly, excavation work is to be carried out in the 8th phase in the lower and surrounding areas (Kondagai, Agaram, Manalur), 3rd phase in Sivakala and 2nd phase in Gangaikonda Cholapuram and Mayiladuthurai. Vembakkottai, Tulukarpatti, the first excavation is to take place on the highway.
  • The Tamil Nadu Archaeological Survey of India is planning to carry out a coastal frontier excavation at the mouth of the Tan Porunai (Tamiraparani) river.
  • As a first step, the University of Indian Oceanography, in collaboration with the National Institute of Maritime Technology, is planning to conduct a marine survey to explore the archeological resources of the Sangakkala port.
  • Excavations are scheduled to begin in the first week of February and last until the end of September. For this, these works are to be carried out from the funds of Rs. 5 crore allocated in the budget.
Successful test of the Pramos missile
  • The Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) said the Pramos missile was fired from a launch pad in Chandipur, Odisha, and it hit the target with precision. Although the Pramos missile has already been successfully tested, it is noteworthy that modern technologies have now been added and tested.
  • The Pramos missile, jointly developed by India and Russia, is designed to hit both a ship and land surface in two variants. The upgraded Pramos missile was recently launched from the ground and was recently tested at sea. The Pramos missile is already in service with the Indian Army and Navy and is yet to be upgraded.
95,082 crore to states in January and Rs. 3,878.38 crore to Tamil Nadu
  • Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has approved the release of Rs 47,541 crore in pre-tax installments to states. This is in addition to the regular distribution that will be released in January. Through this, the state governments have received Rs 95,082 crore.
  • This is more than double the January revenue. Of this, Rs 1,939.19 crore was disbursed to Tamil Nadu in January and Rs 1,939.19 crore in advance, for a total of Rs 3,878.38 crore.
  • The maximum allocation was Rs 17,056.66 crore to Uttar Pradesh, Rs 3,467.62 crore to Karnataka, Rs 1,830.38 crore to Kerala and Rs 6,006.30 crore to Maharashtra.
India Economic Ratings
  • The country's economic growth is expected to be 7.6 per cent in the next financial year, according to India Ratings and Research.
  • After a gap of two years, the Indian economy has shown good expansion and real GDP, a stable gross domestic product, is expected to grow by 9.1 per cent, higher than before the Corona, according to India Ratings.
  • In the current fourth quarter, if the impact of the Omicron is greater than expected, it will make small changes compared to the next fiscal year. It also said it expects the government and the Reserve Bank to take steps to support the economic recovery.
  • Earlier this month, the National Bureau of Statistics announced that the country's GDP would grow by 9.2 percent in the current fiscal year.
Houses in Mauritius, Civil Service College, 8 MW Solar Power Project - jointly launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Mauritius Prime Minister Pravind Jagunath
  • The Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi and the Prime Minister of Mauritius Mr. Pravind Kumar Jagunath today jointly launched the Community Housing Scheme in Mauritius. The project is being implemented as part of the Development Cooperation between India and Mauritius.
  • During the event, the two Prime Ministers laid the foundation stone for the Civil Service College and the 8 MW solar power project through video conferencing. The event was videotaped in the presence of Mauritian ministers and officials at the Prime Minister's Office in Mauritius.
  • Two major bilateral agreements were exchanged at today’s event. For the Metro Express and other infrastructure projects, a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed with the Government of Mauritius for a loan of US $ 190 million and for the implementation of small development projects.
From the 75th Anniversary of Independence to the Golden Age of India
  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi delivered the keynote address at the launch of the National Celebration on 'Towards a Gold India from the 75th Anniversary of Independence'. He initiated the seven initiatives of the Brahma Kumaris.
  • Lok Sabha Speaker Mr. Om Birla, Governor of Rajasthan Mr. Kalraj Misra, Chief Minister of Rajasthan Mr. Ashok Kelad, Chief Minister of Gujarat Mr. Bhupendra Patel, Union Ministers Mr. G. Kishan Reddy, Mr. Bhupendra Yadav, Mr. Arjun Ram McCall, Mr. Parshotham Rupala Mr. Kailash were present on the occasion. Attended
All India Consumer Index for Agricultural and Rural Workers for the month of December 2021
  • The All India Consumer Index for Agricultural and Rural Workers for December 2021 has risen by 5 points to 1097 for agricultural workers and 1106 for rural workers. Tamil Nadu tops the index for agricultural workers with 1290 points. Himachal Pradesh is in last place with 861 points.
  • Tamil Nadu tops the list of rural workers with 1276 points, followed by Himachal Pradesh with 915 points. Tamil Nadu (20 points each) saw the largest increase in the Consumer Price Index (CPI) for agricultural and rural workers.
  • This is mainly due to rising prices of vegetables and fruits, onions, green / dried chillies and tamarind. Himachal Pradesh (12 points and 14 points, respectively) saw the sharpest decline in the consumer price index for agricultural and rural workers due to falling prices of wheat, pulses, onions, vegetables and fruits.

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