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World Bank Rs 13,834 crore loan for Prime Minister's Ayushman Bharat scheme

  • The World Bank has approved a loan of 175 crore dollars (Rs 13,834.54 crore) for the Prime Minister Ayushman Bharat scheme implemented by the central government. Out of this, $100 crore is given for Ayushman Bharat scheme and $75 crore for development projects.
  • The World Bank has announced that it will lend 75 million dollars to invest in investment projects to stimulate the economy in the context of reduced private investment. Prime Minister Ayushman Bharat Scheme 2021 was launched in October. This will improve public health infrastructure.
  • In particular, funds will be allocated for priority projects in 7 states including Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, Meghalaya, Odisha, Punjab, Tamil Nadu and Uttar Pradesh. India's health program activities have achieved significant growth over the past few years. As a result, the life expectancy of people has increased by 69.8 years.
  • The mortality rate of children under five years of age and the mortality rate of the elderly have decreased significantly. All this is possible due to proper medical care, vaccination and health promotion, the World Bank noted.
  • It was only because of the strong health infrastructure that we were able to deal with the corona virus. This needs to be further strengthened. Adequate financial resources are also essential to ensure that quality healthcare is made available to all in an integrated manner, it said.
  • Hideki Mori noted that the government has realized the need to strengthen the health infrastructure during the corona virus epidemic and has taken good measures.
  • The Government of India had allocated sufficient funds to strengthen the health infrastructure before the spread of Corona. He stated that he felt that this fund would help to further strengthen this.
  • The Pandemic Preparedness Program (PHSPB) has been instrumental in monitoring the spread of the virus in India. Also, the nature of the virus spread was helpful in determining its severity and finding a cure.
  • In the last 10 years, the Government of India has taken various reform measures. In particular, changes have been brought in including universal banking and stability in stock markets.
  • The World Bank also mentioned that it was because of these that they were able to overcome the crisis during the Corona pandemic.
  • The World Bank has also indicated that the country needs to spend 1.5 percent of the country's gross domestic product (GDP) to meet the government's agreed target to reduce carbon emissions.
  • According to the World Bank, this loan is being provided to help India recover from the economic damage caused by the corona virus and to further strengthen the health infrastructure.
35 runs in one over - Bumrah's world record
  • Stuart Broad bowled the 84th over. Facing it, Bumrah drove the first ball to the boundary.
  • The 1st ball was wide and 5 runs to spare to get a boundary in the form of a bye.
  • The 2nd ball that was bowled again was a no ball. 6+1 as Bumrah flicks it for a six.
  • A boundary on the 2nd ball of the 3rd over.
  • Another boundary off the 3rd ball.
  • Bumrah's 4th ball hat-trick boundary is amazing.
  • Six off the 5th ball.
  • 35 in a single over with one run off the 6th ball became a new world record in Test history.
  • Earlier, Brian Lara (West Indies) bowled an over bowled by Pietersen (DE) in Johannesburg Test in 2003, Bailey (Aus) bowled an over bowled by James Anderson (Eng) in Perth in 2013, Keshav Maharaj (DE) in Port Elizabeth in 2020. Joe Root (Eng.) scored 28 runs each in the bowled over.

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