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3 Supreme Court judges Appointed as per Collegium

  • Three judges have been selected as judges of the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court consists of 34 judges including the Chief Justice. However, for the past few months, 3 posts of judges were lying vacant. 
  • Following this, the Supreme Court collegium started searching for new judges to fill the vacancies. Following this, Chief Justice of Delhi High Court Satish Chandra Sharma, Chief Justice of Rajasthan High Court Augustine George, Chief Justice of Guwahati High Court. 
  • Sandeep Mehta was recommended by the Supreme Court Collegium to the Central Government on the 6th. Union Law Minister Arjun Ram Maghwal announced that the Supreme Court's recommendation has been accepted. 
  • After this, the three will take office. After they take office, the Supreme Court will regain its full strength. Earlier last February, the Supreme Court was at full strength. It is to be noted that the two vacant posts of Judges were filled by Judges Rajesh Bindal and Arvind Kumar.
The central government is selling 2.85 lakh metric tonnes of wheat and 5180 metric tonnes of rice to 2316 bidders under the open market sale scheme
  • Weekly e-auctions of both wheat and rice are organized as part of the central government's initiative to intervene in the market to control the retail prices of rice, wheat and maida. 
  • In the 20th e-auction held on 8th, 3 lakh metric tonnes of wheat and 2.25 lakh metric tonnes of rice were offered under open market sale scheme and 2.85 lakh metric tonnes of wheat and 5180 metric tonnes of rice were sold to 2316 bidders. 
  • Average quality wheat was sold at Rs 2,150 per quintal to Rs 2,327.04 per quintal, while under reduced specification wheat was sold at Rs 2,243.74 per quintal from Rs 2,125 per quintal. Tons of wheat allocated to Central Commercial Road, NCCF, NAFED etc. to regional government agencies and cooperatives. 
  • This wheat is converted into Maida and offered for sale to the public under the brand name 'Bharat Maida' at a price not exceeding Rs.27.50 per kg. Till 7th, 6051 MT of wheat has been procured by these 3 cooperative societies for conversion into maida. 
  • Traders are exempted from wheat sale limit under domestic open market sale scheme. Widespread tests have been carried out across the country till the 7th.
'Bharat Organics' - Introduction by Union Minister Amit Shah
  • Union Minister of Cooperatives Amit Shah on Wednesday introduced the brand name 'Bharat Organics' to sell organic agricultural products. A national seminar on promoting organically grown products without synthetic pesticides and fertilizers was held in Delhi on Wednesday. 
  • National Cooperative Organic Products Corporation (NCOL) In this seminar held on behalf of Union Minister Amit Shah and introduced the brand name 'Bharat Organics', 6 products will be sold namely Duvaram dal, Kadalaip dal, Sugarcane, Rajma, Basmati rice and Sonamasuri rice. 
  • They will be sold through 150 outlets and e-commerce platforms of Mother Dairy, a subsidiary of the National Dairy Development Board. The products sold under the name 'Bharat Organics' will be very promising both domestically and abroad in the future.

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