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It takes 12 years for India to recover from the impact of the Corona economy - Reserve Bank of India report

  • The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has released a report (2021-22) on the corona curfew, the scars caused by the epidemic and the financial and financial situation.
  • The first quarter of the 2020-21 fiscal year saw an economic recovery. But in the 2021-22 financial year from April to June, the second wave of economic growth was affected. Similarly, the 3rd wave occurred in Jan. 2022 and caused damage.
  • Now the Russia-Ukraine war has affected international growth as well as domestic growth. From the financial year 2012-13 to the financial year 2019-20, India's growth rate was 6.6 per cent, excluding the stagnant year. Of this, India's growth in the financial year 2012-13 to 2016-17 was 7.1 per cent.
  • The growth rate for the financial year 2020-21 was minus 6.6 per cent. The growth rate for the financial year 2021-22 was 7.2 per cent and for the financial year 2022-23 it was 7.5 per cent. India will reach old growth only in the financial year 2034-35.
  • In the financial year 2020-21, Rs. 19.1 lakh crore and Rs. 17.1 lakh crore and Rs. 16.4 lakh crore and an economic loss of Rs. 52 lakh crore.
  • All these reports and comments have been prepared by the Economic and Policy Review (DEPR) Division of the Reserve Bank. It also noted that this was not the opinion of the Reserve Bank.
  • Additional measures taken to recover the economy from the corona have paved the way for achieving sustainable growth, the report said.
Chief Ministers, Chief Justices of the High Court Joint Conference 2022
  • Six years later, a joint conference of Chief Ministers and Chief Justices of the High Court was held yesterday at the Delhi Science Pavilion. It was attended by various state chief ministers, union and state ministers, including Prime Minister Modi, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court NV Ramana and Yogi Adityanath (UP), Mamata Banerjee (West Bengal), Jagan Mohan Reddy (Andhra Pradesh).
  • State Law Minister Raghupathi and Chennai High Court Chief Justice Muneeswar Nath Bandari represented Tamil Nadu.
  • Speaking at the opening of the conference, Prime Minister Modi said that in our country, where the judiciary plays the role of defender of the Constitution, the legislatures are reflecting the will of the people.
  • This will strengthen the people's right to justice. Local languages ​​should also be promoted in technical education.
What is the cause of global warming in India? - World Meteorological Organization Description
  • The impact of the summer sun is severe in India and our neighbor Pakistan. In most parts of our country, the temperature is above 40 degrees Celsius.
  • The weather is similar in most parts of Pakistan. This year marks the hottest March in India. Temperatures of 43 - 46 degrees Celsius have already been reported in many states.
  • This will continue for the next few days, according to the Indian Meteorological Department. According to the Pakistan Meteorological Department, the maximum temperature in Pakistan is 5-8 degrees Celsius.
  • Considering these, it cannot be said that the temperature in these countries is high due to the problem of climate change. At the same time, there seems to be a new change in the seasons of these countries. That means the summer sun has started here earlier than usual.
  • The impact of the monsoon is usually greatest in May, before the onset of the monsoon season in June. Weil's impact has been growing since March. According to a study by the Indian Meteorological Department, temperatures have been rising steadily for the past 70 years.
  • Looking at the records of the last few years, it seems that in India and Pakistan, the summer sun is long overdue.
  • It can affect humans, animals, crops, etc. Moreover, there is a risk of impact on various industries and the economy of the country.
UN award for 1,000 Indian soldiers
  • In the UN movement for South Sudan, peacekeepers did not only save the lives of civilians. 1,160 Indian soldiers built roads in South Sudan and created bonds between local communities.
  • Provided medical treatment for humans and animals. For this they are eligible for the UN Award.
  • All of the award-winning athletes have been working in the Upper Nile State. In that country, Indian engineers have paved the road from Malagal to Upwang and in many other ways.
  • They have set up mobile clinics to treat animals and treat animals including cows, goats and donkeys. This information is available on the UN website.

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