Central government declares entire Nagaland a disturbed area under AFSPA

The central government notification states that there is such a turbulent and dangerous situation within the state's border that it is necessary to use the armed forces to assist the civil administration there.



The Central Government has declared Nagaland a disturbed area for the next six months under AFSPA. The notification said, "The central government is of the opinion that the area within the border of the entire Nagaland state is in such a turbulent and dangerous condition that it is necessary to use the armed forces to assist the civil administration there."


It further states, "... Therefore, by exercising the powers conferred by Section 3 of the Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act, 1958, the Central Government hereby, for the purpose of the said Act, confers the entire Nagaland State on 30 December. , Declares a disturbed area for a period of six months from 2020.

Siddhivinayak temple in Mumbai to be visited by QR code, booking will be online

 

In the Siddhi Vinayak temple, this darshan will be seen from 7 am to 12 noon from January 1, and after half an hour break, then again from 12 noon to 7 pm.

The religious places closed due to Corona virus may have been reopened in Mumbai, but there is a lot of precaution from the local administration. Some similar rules have been made for the darshan of the famous Siddhivinayak temple in Mumbai. Here, every year from January 1, 800 devotees will be able to book online and visit for darshan.

In the Siddhi Vinayak temple, this darshan will be held from 7 am to 12 noon from January 1, and after half an hour break, then again from 12 noon to 7 pm. The temple will be open for darshan from 8 to 9 pm, for those booking online, they will be able to visit the Siddhi Vinayak temple with the help of QR code.

Significantly, the Siddhivinayak temple of Mumbai is a famous Hindu temple. A large number of people come here to see Ganpati Bappa. Siddhivinayak is the most popular form of Lord Ganesha, in which the trunk of Lord Ganesha is curved on the right side. According to the information, temples with such a statue of Ganesha are called Siddhapeeth. Because of which these temples are called Siddhivinayak. Vinayak is the name of Lord Ganesha. It is being said that this temple was built on 19 November 1801.

Atanu Chakraborty will be the next chairman of HDFC Bank, has held important responsibilities in Gujarat and Center

 

The tenure of Shyamala Gopinath, the current chairman of HDFC Bank, ends on 1 January 2020. Shyamala Gopinath has been the deputy governor of RBI.

* 99 * 43 # code will have to be dial for HDFC Bank.

Atanu Chakraborty, former secretary of the Ministry of Economic Affairs, will be the next chairman of HDFC Bank. An Economic Times news said that Chakraborty's name has been sent to RBI by HDFC Board, the country's largest private sector bank. His name has been sent on December 28, although there is no news of its approval.

Shyamala Gopinath is currently the chairman of HDFC Bank

The tenure of Shyamala Gopinath, the current chairman of HDFC Bank, ends on 1 January 2020. Shyamala Gopinath has been the deputy governor of RBI. She is the chairman of HDFC Bank since January 2, 2015. HDFC Bank has also sent the name of Chakravarty to the stock exchanges.

Chakraborty is a 1985 IAS officer of Gujarat cadre

Chakraborty is a 1985 IAS officer of Gujarat cadre. He has an MBA in Business Finance from UK. He has been the Managing Director and Executive Director of Gujarat State Petronet M Limited since November 2015. He has also been a collector of Sabarkantha, Vadodara and Amreli. Chakraborty has 22 years of experience. He has handled different departments of the state including revenue, finance, home, revenue, water connection and education.

NZ Vs PAK: New Zealand became number one team in Test rankings, beat Pakistan in first test

 

NZ Vs PAK: New Zealand's team has managed to become number one in the Test rankings for the first time. New Zealand beat Pakistan in a very exciting match on the last day of the first Test match.

NZ Vs PAK: New Zealand beat Pakistan by 101 runs in the first cricket test and scored a hat-trick of victories in domestic Test matches this season. New Zealand has now made it 1–0 in the two-match series. With this, for the first time, the New Zealand team defeated Australia in the World Test rankings to become the number one team.

Pakistan, however, gave him a tough challenge and for the first time this season, New Zealand pulled a Test till the fifth day. The Pakistani team had a target of 373 runs to win and after losing three wickets for 71 runs, the entire team was dismissed for 271 runs in the second innings. Earlier, the hosts had increased to 192 runs by dismissing Pakistan for 239 in the first innings.

Left-arm spinner Mitchell Santner sent No. 11 batsman Nasim Shah to the pavilion. Earlier, Naseem and Shaheen Afridi put the Kiwi bowlers to eight overs.

Good partnership for the fifth wicket

On the last day, Trent Boult dismissed Azhar Ali (38) with the third ball of the day. After this, however, Fawad Alam and Mohammad Rizwan had almost dashed the hopes of New Zealand's victory. Both put pressure on the Kiwi bowlers with a century partnership.

On a difficult batting pitch, both took two sessions in the morning on the last day and raised hopes of a draw. Both added 165 runs for the fifth wicket and stayed at the crease for five hours. Fawad scored 102 runs in 236 balls with the help of 14 fours. At the same time, Rizwan, who saved Pakistan from Followan by scoring 71 runs in the first innings, scored an innings of 60 runs in 156 balls.

Kyle Jamieson broke this partnership by dismissing Rizwan. Fawad was caught by Neil Wegner at the hands of wicketkeeper BJ Watling. After this it was meaningless to expect miracles from tail batsmen.

Farmer Movement: Why does the Modi government not withdraw the new agricultural law?

 

The central government has wanted to negotiate with the farmer leaders to find a middle ground on the new agricultural law. However, farmer leaders are adamant on withdrawing the law. Six rounds of talks have been held so far.

There was first a secretary level discussion, then a ministerial level. Then on Tuesday night, Amit Shah, who holds the number two position in the government, was entered. But the efforts to convince the farmers have proved to be cipher till now.

Last Saturday, sources quoted such reports that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had also held a meeting with senior ministers on this issue before the farmers' meeting.

The central government is trying to indicate from such talks that the government is not insistent on its stand. Showing great heart, he considered the farmers' matter and also sent written proposals for some amendments in the law on Wednesday. The farmers have rejected the government's written proposal.

At the same time, the government is also clearly saying that new agricultural laws will not be withdrawn.

In such a situation, the question arises that after all why the government is not ready to withdraw this law? Is there only political reason behind it or is it also related to the economics of some agricultural sector. Is there any international angle in the way in which the voices of support are coming out of farmers in Canada and Britain.

To know this, the BBC talked to some journalists and agricultural experts.

'BJP is currently in the strongest position in power, not now or never'

Senior journalist Nistula Hebbar, who has covered the BJP for years, says, "The government believes that these laws are necessary for agricultural reform. That is why these reforms were talked about not only during the tenure of the NDA but also the UPA. Sharad Pawar This is also evident from the letters of the BJP. But, no political party had the willpower to do this nor did they have the numbers in the Parliament. BJP has come with more than 300 seats in the center. If the law is not implemented now, it will never apply. "

Credit and nose question

Earlier, the Central Government had brought a land acquisition bill in Parliament. He had to drag his feet back on it. At that time, Rahul Gandhi gave the slogan of 'Suitboot ki Sarkar' to the Central Government in Parliament. Due to this the government was very bad. These laws have been described as very revolutionary and beneficial for farmers from different forums from the Prime Minister to the Minister of Agriculture. After all this, withdrawing the law will be like a blot on the credit of the government.

Another thing to be understood here is that the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh was also not with the central government on the land reform law. However, this time the farmers' organizations associated with the RSS, whether it is the Swadeshi Jagran Manch or the Bharatiya Kisan Sangh are telling these laws in the interest of the farmer, but with two to three reforms.

'Opposition parties also demanded it during their tenure, hence opposition to the law is political'

Union Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad held a press conference two days ago and told how the Congress, NCP and other parties had supported such legislation in their respective times.

While narrating the Congress manifesto of the year 2019, he said that in the last Lok Sabha election, the Congress had promised to abolish the APMC Act. A letter written by Sharad Pawar, BJP leaders are also constantly tweeting. There has also been a backlash from Sharad Pawar and the Congress.

In the same way, where the Aam Aadmi Party government is in Delhi, one of the three laws has also been implemented. On the other hand, Delhi Chief Minister Kejriwal is reaching the dharna site to meet the farmers and support them.

That is why the government feels that the new law is being opposed only to protest.

Complaints on international stage also

There is also an international angle in the whole matter. Many agricultural experts feel that the demand of farmers to make laws on MSP will not benefit the agricultural sector of India.

India is not able to negotiate the prices of its crops on the platform of the World Trade Organization (WTO). One reason behind this is India's MSP system.

Professor Pramod Kumar Joshi has previously been the director of the South Asia Food Policy Research Institute. He says that according to international rules, a country can give subsidy to farmers up to 10 percent of agricultural GDP. Countries involved in the World Trade Organization have shown commitment to do so. More than 10 percent of the subsidy countries are accused that they are manipulating prices in the international market.

The crops on which the Indian government gives the minimum support price are seen in the international market as subsidy on crops. That is why many times our wheat-rice prices in the international market prove to be expensive than other countries and we are unable to sell crops in the international market.

In this year's report of the Commission for Agricultural Costs and Prices (CACP), it has been said that India's price for many crops is more than the international market.

'Kisan agitation belongs only to farmers of Punjab and Haryana'

As of today, the Central Government feels that the farmers of Punjab and Haryana are the only victims of these new laws. In both these states, the mandi system is much better than the rest of the states.

The system of middlemen runs in these states, who earn big money without doing anything in the name of tax. These two states also grow the most MSP crops.

The government feels that there is not much opposition to these new laws outside these two states, because most of the farmers of the country are still selling their crops outside the market even today.

In the year 2015, the Shanta Kumar Committee had said in its report that only six per cent farmers get the benefit of MSP. That is, 94 percent farmers never got the benefit of MSP.

According to the agricultural census conducted in the year 2015-16, 86 percent farmers in India have small land holdings or they are farmers who have less than two hectares of land.

But here, a small mistake happened to the government that they did not think that such a large number of these farmers would reach Delhi. The Bharat Bandh announced on Tuesday by farmers on this issue saw mixed effects in BJP ruled states like Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh.

'New laws required to double farmers' income'

Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his visit to Varanasi had said to the farmers, "I am confident, the farmers who have some doubts on agricultural reforms today will also increase their income by taking advantage of these agricultural reforms in future."

This is an important reason for the central government not to withdraw these new laws.

Bhavna Vij Arora, the political editor of Outlook magazine, says, "I have talked to many leaders in the BJP about this. The government recognizes that these reforms are historic. Farmers will know in future how big the benefits will be It has happened and then the same farmers will thank them. Such movements happen before every reform. But, this time the government is also ready for a long battle. "

Bhavana further also says that the amendments that the government seems to be agreeing to, it is clear from this that the government has made its stand quite flexible against the earlier. But, how long the government is able to stay on the demand of not withdrawing the law in future, it will also be a matter to be seen.

The central government has promised to double the income of farmers in the year 2022. They feel that this law can play an important role in fulfilling that promise.

 

 

Will India benefit from this decision of Bangladesh?

 

Bangladesh has cut import duty on rice coming from outside.

Bangladesh has reduced the import duty on rice from the earlier 62.5 percent to 25 percent. The country's food minister Sadhan Chandra Majumdar has announced this.


It is believed that Bangladesh has taken this step with the aim of strengthening the stock of rice in the country and bringing down the prices that have reached its record.

On the other hand, the biggest benefit of the cut in import duty is seen in India. Due to bumper rice production in the country and its strong competitive position in the international market, India can export rice to Bangladesh on a large scale.

Bangladesh and India also want to deal with this rice import through G2G deal among themselves.

Yields reduced due to flood

Bangladesh has traditionally been the world's third largest rice producer. However, Bangladesh has emerged as a major importer of rice in recent times due to dwindling stocks and high rice prices in the local market.

Due to frequent floods in Bangladesh, rice yield has decreased.

China is first and India is second in terms of rice production. After this, Bangladesh's number comes.

In Bangladesh, rice produces around 36 million tonnes.

India is expected to benefit from reducing import duty on rice of Bangladesh.

2.5 million tonnes of rice import deal

According to news agency Reuters, talks are underway between Bangladesh and India on the purchase of 1.5 lakh tonnes of rice through Nafed (National Agricultural Cooperative Marketing Federation of India Limited).

This is the first such bilateral deal between the two countries in the last three years after the price of rice reached there due to the floods in Bangladesh.

India in strong condition

India is the world's largest rice exporter. Due to bumper yield, there is a surplus stock of rice in the country. In such a situation, India wants to remove its excess stock.

The main competitors of India in terms of rice exports are Thailand and Vietnam. In such a situation, India is offering rice at strong discounts to get a big deal to export rice to Bangladesh by beating both these competing countries.

According to reports, India can sell parboiled or sela rice to Bangladesh for $ 407 per ton and white rice to Bangladesh for around $ 417 per ton.

It is believed that the rates being offered by India are about one-third cheaper than Thailand and Vietnam.

According to the news, NAFED is in the position of giving 5 lakh tonnes of rice to Bangladesh.

In the last one month, Bangladesh has withdrawn five tenders to import 2.5 lakh tonnes of rice from the international market.

Two Indian firms have received the global tender for import of 1 lakh tonne of non-basmati rice which has been removed from Bangladesh.

Rika Global Impex Ltd of India will export 50,000 tonnes of rice to Bangladesh at $ 404.35 per tonne.

The second firm will export 50,000 tonnes of rice to Bangladesh at a rate of $ 416 per ton.

Try g2g deal

Apart from this, the Government of Bangladesh is negotiating directly with the governments of G2G (Government to Government) to buy 1.5 lakh tonnes of rice from India.

In a press conference, Bangladesh food minister Sadhan Chandra Majumdar said that anyone who wants to import rice will have to request their ministry to get the approval by 10 January.

Vinod Kumar, executive director of the All India Rice Exporters Association (AIREA), says, "Rice production in Bangladesh has been low this year. This has led to increased demand for imports."

However, they say that this is a temporary thing and if the crop is good again in Bangladesh, there will be less import of rice there.

He says, "The government of Bangladesh is insisting on doing it as G2G with India in which they want to get rice from Indian government agencies like Nafed. But, the rice exporting companies of India also have to give Bangladesh this There may be a chance to send more rice for the year.

Prices increased by 50%

The Dhaka Tribune of Bangladesh, citing data from the state-run Trading Corporation of Bangladesh (TCB), has said that the price of thick rice varieties in the country has increased by more than 47% compared to last year. In addition, the prices of medium and fine rice varieties have risen by over 25% and 19% respectively in the same period.

According to the Dhaka Tribune news, Bangladesh Rice Research Institute (BRRI) has recently projected a decline in rice yield in the country by more than 10%.

On December 17, India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi had a virtual meeting with Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and this meeting is considered to be important in the rice export deal with Bangladesh.

The Indian Ministry of External Affairs release released after this virtual meeting stated, "The Bangladeshi side has requested that since India plays an important role in exporting the essential commodities to Bangladesh, affecting their domestic market, then India Any change in the government's import-export policy can be told first. The Indian side has taken note of this request. "

Dr. Sanjay Bhardwaj, Assistant Professor of South Asian Studies at Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), says: "Over the years, PM Modi's focus had shifted from neighboring countries to Kashmir and China. Now India has strengthened the Neighborhood First Policy. Have tried. "

In this connection, the Foreign Secretary and Foreign Minister have also traveled to Nepal, Sri Lanka, Maldives and other countries.

Says Bhardwaj, "Bangladesh will also visit Bangladesh on March 26 to mark Independence Day. Modi is looking to end the little indifference between India and Bangladesh about the CAA and NRC and to strengthen the relationship." "There are many important decisions in the virtual summit between Sheikh Hasina. There have been many agreements including trade, connectivity."

India's rice exports will reach record

India's export of non-basmati rice is expected to hit its record this year. In the current financial year (2021-22), the export of non-basmati rice from the country from April to November has been 7 million tonnes.

In the previous financial year, this export was about 5 million tonnes. In 2017-18, this export was 80 lakh tonnes. Whereas in 2018-19, about 7.5 million tonnes of rice was exported from the country.

This year the export of non-basmati rice from the country is estimated to reach 10 million tonnes. The country has witnessed 15-20% more crop loss than last year and there is a surplus stock of rice.

Vinod Kumar, executive director of AIREA, says, "We are in a stronger position this year compared to competing countries like Thailand and Vietnam. India is offering rice at around $ 100 less than these two countries in the international market. Because of this India Rice exports are expected to grow worldwide. "

Japan's revolutionary step, making wooden satellite

 

A Japanese company and Kyoto University are working together to build the world's first wooden satellite.


They hope that by the year 2023, they will be able to make it.

According to Sumitomo Forestry Company, they have started research on the growth of trees and the use of wood materials in space for this.

First this material will be used in different environments of the Earth. The garbage in space is increasing due to increasing number of satellites, it is called space junk.

Wooden satellites will burn when they return to the earth's atmosphere, they will not release any harmful substances and debris of any kind will not fall on the earth.

We are concerned that "all satellites that re-enter the Earth's atmosphere form tiny aluminum particles that float in the upper atmosphere for many years," according to Japan's astronaut and professor Taika Doi of Kyoto University , "

"These will affect the Earth's environment"

He said, "In the next phase, the engineering model of the satellite will be developed, then we will make the flying model,"

Doi visited the International Space Station in March 2008.

During this mission, he became the first person to throw a boomerang into space. The Boomerang was specifically designed for use in microgravity.

Sumitomo Forestry, part of the Sumitomo Group, which was founded more than 400 years ago. He said that he would work on developing a wood material resistant to temperature change and sunlight.

He has not yet given information about the wood used for research and said that it is confidential.

Experts have warned about the increasing risk of waste in space falling on Earth as the number of launching spacecraft and satellites is increasing continuously.

Satellites are increasingly used for communication, television, navigation and weather forecasting. Space experts and researchers are investigating different ways to remove and reduce space junk.

According to the World Economic Forum, about 6,000 satellites are orbiting the Earth. About 60 percent of them are useless (space junk).

Research firm Euroconsult estimates that 990 satellites will be launched every year in a decade, which means that by 2028 there may be 15,000 satellites in orbit.

Elon Musk's company SpaceX alone has launched more than 900 Starlink satellites. They are planning to launch thousands more satellites.

Space junk moves at speeds in excess of 22,300 mph, so hitting an object can cause significant damage.

Why is the Modi government anxious about the new building of Parliament House? Allegations of neglect of rules

 As more information is being received on the proposed Central Vista project of the Government of India, the list of questions related to it is also getting longer.

The trial against this project which gives a new appearance to Central Delhi is going on in the Supreme Court. The issue of debate is the same - plans for the construction of many buildings between Rashtrapati Bhavan and India Gate including a new Parliament House, right or wrong?

The current Central Vista is a historical area that people come from far and wide to see and the beauty as well as the corridors of power have been here.

Bahral, ​​Central Vista will give a new strength to Parliament and the new building will cost about 971 crores.

However, the demand for increasing the place in Parliament has been arising for more than 50 years and it was also debated during the tenure of Lok Sabha Speaker Meira Kumar in the previous UPA government.

However, little was heard about the current project, so when the BJP government announced it only months after the 2019 election victory, some were also surprised.

Actually, the central vista is called the area on both sides of Rajpath which includes the area of ​​Princes Park near Rashtrapati Bhavan near India Gate.

Rashtrapati Bhavan, Parliament, North Block, South Block, the home of the Vice President are also covered under Central Vista.

The existing Central Vista also includes the National Museum, the grand building of the National Archives, the Indira Gandhi National Center for the Arts (IGNCA), Udyog Bhawan, Bikaner House, Hyderabad House, Nirman Bhawan and Jawahar Bhawan and all these buildings are redesigned and strengthened. The total cost of the project is being reported as Rs 14,000 crore.

A year after the announcement, Prime Minister Narendra Modi laid the foundation stone of a new building in which more than 1200 MPs and their staff will be able to sit together.

The Prime Minister said, "Beautiful, what will be more sacred than this, that when India celebrates 75 years of its independence, the inspiration of that festival should be the new building of our Parliament ... It will change itself according to the time and needs. Effort".

Raising questions

The date of completion of the proposed Parliament House is 2024 but with a big question whether the Supreme Court will allow it to be built? While the government has assured the Supreme Court to include everyone's opinion and methods, the Supreme Court has described the government's stand on the creation of Parliament as 'aggressive'.

Narayan Murthy, a petitioner and senior architect who goes against Central Vista in the Supreme Court, believes, "The way this project is going, it is neglecting all our processes and institutions."

He told, "For me and you, there is an FIR that tells how much we can build on a plot. It is not allowed if we build even more than ten square meters and the team of MCD comes and breaks it. But If the government is making one and a half times the height allowed, one and a half times as much as is allowed in the FAR, then what is this learning for the country. Does this mean that the one whose sticks, his buffalo?

Opinions are divided on the need, cost, government permissions or the design of the proposed Parliament building. The question is bound to arise whether this has happened before in independent India.

Modern historian and former professor of Jawaharlal Nehru University, Mridula Mukherjee believes, "Most projects in modern India are built through competition, whether national or international."

According to him, "IGNCA, be it or anyone else, people, artists or architects, were all involved in the process of their formation. Right now I think whoever is the government or the bureaucracy, is very much dominating it. Now Just like there is a Parliament building, the opinion of those who have spent time in Parliament or are still there is not seen anywhere. At present, it seems that the government does what it thinks is good for the people, tells them without discussion Made ".

What does the government say

At the same time, the central government claims that the project is in the 'national interest' because the need for modernizing the Central Vista will save hundreds of crores of rupees and the new buildings will become more robust and earthquake resistant.

The question has been to build more buildings in this green and open area, the government says that it is going to bring more greenery in it. But more voices of protest have been raised about the environment.

Kanchi Kohli, an environmental expert at Delhi's Center for Policy Research, opined, "The proposed buildings have been separated from the entire project by resorting to the law, while it is clear in the government's own press release from the beginning that it is part of the entire project." . "

He said, "The whole environment approval process was done in a manner like plot by plot, building by building. First of all you broke the whole project to get environmental acceptance and said that because this is just an exception project So there is no need for environmental assessment ".

Currently, the ball is in the court of the Supreme Court, which allowed the government to lay the foundation stone of the new Parliament, but has banned any sabotage or new work.

Foundation of existing central vista

By the way, history is witness that Delhi was the capital of many emperors and rulers, in which construction work was done continuously. This trend continued before and after independence, in which the shape of the city changed and the famous Buildings were built.

The foundation of the current Central Vista was laid when King George-5 of Britain announced in 1911 that Delhi would be shifted from Calcutta, the country's capital.

The Town Planning Committee consisted of the British architects Edward Lattens and Herbert Baker who overturned the committee's initial decision in which the capital was to be built in Shahjahanabad area of ​​Delhi. A hill named Raisina Hill was chosen for a grand capital.

There were differences before, but not between the government and ordinary citizens.

Friends Latens and Baker, who designed Central Vista, had differing opinions on the height of the Rashtrapati Bhavan, North and South blocks, and according to historians, it soured their deep friendship.

This is not evident in the current government, but many citizens groups and common citizens have reached the court on the claim of government transparency.

But in response to what can be likened to the British-ruled and now Central Vista, Mridula Mukherjee, a modern historian and former professor at Jawaharlal Nehru University, says, "His consultation process was within his government and of course he took the Indian nationalists. Did not consult with the citizens, not at all with ordinary citizens because at that time there was no question. "

He said, "Indians did not participate in the government in the first two decades of the 20th century and only grew after 1930. But now there are no such situations, I think it was a good opportunity and there were changes to be made, then the process was second The second thing was to happen. I did not understand that if experts, architects, citizens or some political groups have objected to this process then what is wrong with it, why can't it be heard? "

Controversy did not happen in National War Memorial

When this area was built, the rule of the British government, which took the decision, came to an end in 1947. The decision to reconstruct these buildings, known as the identity of India, is now being taken by the democratic government of the country.


Narayan Murthy, a petitioner and senior architect who goes against the Central Vista in the Supreme Court, feels, "In the initial master-plan, the planners thought that this place between this city and this nation should be public only." . "

He further added, "In the master-plan of the Latens, that was what is going to be built today - there were ten big buildings for the office. While the master-planners of our country stopped it and the four-five buildings which President Bhavana or Turns to Vijay Chowk, where Shastri Bhavan or the building Bhavana is today, except for them, in the roundabout around India Gate, all that land was in the name of the public. "

However, if it is for the last few years, then the National War Memorial of Delhi is an example to the contrary.

The demand for making it has been there since 1960 but the decision of construction came when BJP came to power under the leadership of Narendra Modi in 2014. Global design tenders were available for a year in which architects from India and abroad joined their model.

There was a slight delay in its preparation, but the controversy was neither equal to that of the existing Central Vista project.

According to environmental expert Kanchi Kohli, "The area of ​​Central Vista is not just the heritage of the whole country. So when we are deciding about the country's heritage, why not make a mass amendment? Why not involve the public First, tell us what is the plan, take public input on it, only then creative ideas will come out and people will feel that we have created this place by thinking together. "

IND Vs AUS: Team India created history by winning Melbourne Test, equals 1-1 in series

 

IND Vs AUS: Indian cricket team has managed to beat Australia by 8 wickets in the Boxing Day Test match. Team India has achieved this victory without Virat Kohli and has equaled 1-1 in the 4-match series.


IND Vs AUS 2nd Test Match: Indian cricket team has created history in the second Test match played at Melbourne Cricket Ground. Team India defeated table-bearers Australia by 8 wickets and made it 1-1 in the four-match series. After Australia's second innings total of 200 runs on the fourth day of the match, India had a target of 70 runs to win, which they achieved in 15.5 overs after losing 2 wickets. Captain Ajinkya Rahane, who scored 112 runs, was given the title of man of the match.

Chasing a target of 70 runs, Team India lost the wickets of Mayank Agarwal and Pujara on the score of 19. Shubman Gill, playing his first Test for India, scored an unbeaten 35 runs. Captain Ajinkya Rahane returned unbeaten on 27 runs. Gill faced seven balls with seven fours while Rahane hit three fours in 40 balls.

Siraj-Gil made his debut

Australia took the lead in the series after beating India by 8 wickets in Adelaide, but now India have equalized by winning by the same margin. The special thing is that Team India landed without their regular captain Virat Kohli in this match and on their behalf Gill and Siraj made their Test debut.

Earlier, the Indian bowlers bowled out Australia's second innings for 200 runs on the basis of their superb performance. Be 67 by facing 37.1 overs on the fourth day by the host team. The hosts had scored 133 runs for the loss of six wickets at stumps on the third day.

India took a lead of 131 runs on the basis of the first innings. In such a situation, the hosts had got a two-run lead till the stumps. Cameron Green 17 and Pat Cummins returned unbeaten on 15 by stumps on the third day.

Rahane is the X factor

Green was dismissed after a brilliant innings at a personal total of 45 while Cummins scored 22 runs. These two shared a 57-run partnership for the seventh wicket. Mitchell Starc returned unbeaten on 14 while Nathan Lyon scored three runs. Jose Hazlewood was bowled by Ravichandran Ashwin on a personal total of 10. With this, lunch was announced.

From India, Siraj achieved three successes while Jaspreet Bumrah, Ravichandran Ashwin and Jadeja took two wickets each. Umesh Yadav, now injured, got a breakthrough.

Australia won the toss in this match and scored 195 runs in the first innings, batting first. Against Australia, Team India scored 326 runs in the first innings and achieved a very decisive lead of 131 runs. Apart from Rahane's 112 runs in the first innings for Team India, Jadeja scored 57 runs.

Philippines President Duterte threatens US, says - 'Military agreement will be canceled if vaccine is not found'

 

Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte said during a meeting that 'no vaccine, no stay'. That is, if the US does not give the Corona vaccine, then its army will not be allowed to stay in the Philippines. The military agreement between the two countries will be canceled.

Demand to provide vaccine as soon as possible

There is a military agreement between the two countries

Previously suspended military agreement

The game of threats has also started regarding the Corona vaccine. Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has threatened the US that the military agreement between the two countries would be canceled if the vaccine was not provided by the US. Duterte said that if the US does not provide us with a vaccine soon in the war against Corona, then we will be forced to move towards canceling the Visiting Forces Agreement.

No response from US yet

The President of the Philippines, Rodrigo Duterte, said in a very strong tone that the military agreement with the US is on the verge of being canceled. If the US did not provide 20 million vaccines soon, the US military would have to leave the Philippines. Duterte said during a meeting on Saturday that 'no vaccine, no stay'. That is, if the US does not give the vaccine, then its army will not be allowed to stay in the Philippines. There has been no response from the US so far on this statement of President Rodrigo Duterte.

'Don't worry about money, buy Vaccine'

Earlier this year, Duterte ordered the cancellation of the military deal with the US, but later withdrew it for 6 months, taking a step back. Under this agreement, American soldiers can conduct military exercises on the territory of the Philippines. In the meeting, the President told the officials not to worry about money to buy vaccine. Buy whatever is available because it is an emergency.

Deal has been done from UK

The Philippines faced the longest lockdown in July in the wake of the Corona epidemic. At that time, the President had said that everything will be normal after the vaccine is introduced by December. The Philippines has also made a vaccine deal with Britain, but President Rodrigo Duterte wants more vaccines so that everyone can be vaccinated. So now they have threatened America.

Known for absurd statements

Rodrigo Duterte is one of the leaders who is known for his strange statements. Like the President of Brazil, Rodrigo Duterte has so far made many absurd statements. Some time ago he made a strange suggestion about Mask. He said that people should free their face masks from petrol from infection. However, when there was a ruckus, presenting a clarification to the officials, it was said that the President was joking.

Mobile App will tell how pure the gold is, it will be able to complain if fake

 

Gold Purity Mobile App: The biggest risk in buying gold is its purity, because the carat by which the gold is being sold to you is really pure, till now there was no mechanism to check it, but now The government itself has made this problem easy through an app.

It is now easy to check how pure is the gold sold in the market. For this, you do not need to go to any jeweler, instead this can be done only through a mobile app. Let us tell you that the government is going to implement compulsory gold hallmarking in the whole country, although it was to be implemented from January 15, but now the date of its implementation has been extended to July 1, 2021.

BIS-Care app will show the purity of gold

The Union Ministry of Consumer and Food (Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution) has launched a mobile app 'BIS-Care app', using which customers (consumer) can check the purity of gold.

Complaints can also be made on the BIS-Care app

complaint on BIS-Care app

Through this app, you can not only check the purity of gold but also make any complaint related to it. If the license, registration and hallmark number of the goods are found wrong in this app, then customers can complain immediately. Through this app, the customer will get information about filing a complaint immediately.

The app was launched this year

app launched this year

Let us tell you that the central government launched this app in July this year, in which customers can also check the purity of gold themselves. This year, the Consumer Protection Act 2019 (Consumer Protection Act 2019) has also been implemented in the entire country.

Currently BIS-Care app currently in Android

BIS-Care app for Android users only

Explain that along with implementing the BIS standards, it also checks the authenticity of the veracity. Recently, BIS said that around 37,000 standards have been issued across the country. The BIS-Care app is currently for Android users only. Not currently available for iOS users. You can download it from Googel Play Store.

Learn purity in this way with BIS App

how to use BIS App

1. Go to Googel Play Store, search and download the BIS-Care app

2. Once downloaded, the registration process will begin

3. Enter your name, mobile number and email id

4. Verify your mobile number and email ID through OTP

5. After this you are ready to use this app

6. When you open the app, there will be an option Verify Hallmark with many options.

7. When you click on Verify Hallmark, you will know what the purity of gold is by entering the hallmark number.

'One Nation One Standard' plan

one nation one standard

In the beginning of the year 2021, the government can make a big announcement about gold. In the middle of 2021, the scheme of 'One Nation One Standard' is also going to be implemented in the country.

Money sent directly to beneficiaries account in Corona period, award to Bihar government

 

During the Corona virus crisis, Bihar has been rewarded for providing financial assistance directly to the bank account of the beneficiaries. During the Kovid-19 epidemic, it has received the Digital India Awards due to the Bihar government's initiative to transfer money directly to the accounts of the beneficiaries.

In the Corona era, the money sent to the beneficiaries' account, the Government of Bihar received the award for innovative steps in the Digital India AwardsE-Governance.

During the Corona virus crisis, Bihar has been rewarded for providing financial assistance directly to the bank account of the beneficiaries. During the Kovid-19 epidemic, it has received the Digital India Awards due to the Bihar government's initiative to transfer money directly to the accounts of the beneficiaries.

These awards, started this year by the Central Government, have been received by many departments of the Government of Bihar. In an official statement on Sunday, it was said that these awards were given for innovative steps in e-governance.

More than 21 lakh stranded workers of Bihar were provided financial assistance through "Bihar Sahayad Mobile App". According to the statement, besides the Chief Minister's Secretariat, the state's National Informatics Center (NIC), the Disaster Management Department has been jointly selected as the winners for the Digital India Awards 2020 in the "epidemic category".

President Ram Nath Kovind will present the Digital India Award to the winners on 30 December in New Delhi. Let it be said that the Digital India Awards have been instituted under the auspices of the National Portal of India.

WhatsApp will not work in these smartphones from 1 January 2021?

 

With the beginning of 2021, WhatsApp may stop working in some older smartphones. From 1 January 2021, the company is about to end its support from some old Android and iPhone.

For example, if you have Samsung Galaxy S2 or you are using iPhone 4, then it is possible that from January 1, you will have difficulty in accessing WhatsApp. Or it may not work at all.

According to the report, the support of WhatsApp is being removed from Android smartphones running Android 4.0.3 or below. That is, if you also have a smartphone of this version, then you will need to upgrade to keep using WhatsApp.

Similarly, iPhone users who have an iPhone with software of iOS 9 or earlier will need to be updated. If there is no further update in your phone, then you may need to change the phone to keep using WhatsApp.

Smartphones like Google Nexus S, HTC Deisre S and Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc have been quite popular at one time and no new updates are given in them. That is, from January 1, WhatsApp can also stop working in these smartphones.

Significantly, WhatsApp has not yet given any statement regarding this development. We have asked WhatsApp about this and as soon as the company's answer comes, you will talk about which other smartphones are in which WhatsApp support is being discontinued - or not being done.

Talking about another new development related to WhatsApp itself, the company will soon be providing multi-device support in this app. That is, WhatsApp can be run simultaneously on more than one smartphone simultaneously.

PM Modi will show green signal to 100th Farmers Rail today, know what is special?

 

The 100th Kisan Rail will run from Sangola in Maharashtra to Shalimar in West Bengal. This train will cover a distance of 2132 km in less than 40 hours. Through this train, pomegranates from Sangola, oranges from Nagpur and melon of Jeur, Belvandi, Kopargaon will reach West Bengal and Northeast.

Today, the 100th Kisan Rail was started, in less than 5 months, the 100th train was the first such train in August.

Indian Railways started Kisan Rail on 7 August this year. Since then, within a span of just 5 months, now the 100th Farmers Rail is going to run, which PM Modi will flag today. Let us know whether the specialty of this train and why it is important?

100th farmer train from where to where

Such 100th Kisan Rail will be flagged off by Modi ji at 4:30 pm today. It will run from Sangola in Maharashtra to Shalimar in West Bengal. This train will cover a distance of 2132 km in less than 40 hours. Through this train, pomegranates from Sangola, oranges from Nagpur and melon of Jeur, Belvandi, Kopargaon will reach West Bengal and Northeast. From this train, such items like fruits and vegetables are transported which spoil quickly.

50% discount to farmers in transportation of fruits and vegetables

In October, the Railway Ministry announced that 50 percent subsidy will be given in the transportation of fruits and vegetables in Kisan Rail. This subsidy is being given under the Operation Green-TOP to Total scheme. Railway Minister Piyush Goyal had said that subsidy has been reduced to 50% in transporting vegetables and fruits by farmer rail.

As part of the self-reliant India campaign, the Ministry of Food Processing Industries had announced the expansion of Operation Green Scheme for six months on a pilot basis to bring all fruits and vegetables (total) from tomatoes, onions and potatoes (tops) within its ambit.

First train from Maharashtra to Bihar from where to where

The first such train ran from Maharashtra to Bihar on 7 August this year. This train goes from Devlali station in Maharashtra to Danapur station in Bihar. It takes about 32 hours in its journey. Railway Minister Piyush Goyal and Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar started this by video conferencing.

What is unique

Farmers rail will have refrigerated coaches. It has been built by the Railways as a new design with a capacity of 17 tons. It has been built in the rail coach factory Kapurthala. Containers in this train are like freezes. Meaning, it is an on-going cold storage, in which farmers can keep perishable vegetables, fruits, fish, meat, milk etc.

With this, perishable agricultural products like vegetables, fruits, meat, fish and milk will be transported from their growing areas to the areas where they have a good market.

Announcement was made in the budget

Actually, the Center has set a target of doubling the income of farmers by 2022. In this series, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman had announced during the budget speech in February that farmers can sell fruits and vegetables in those cities of the country, where they will get good price. For this, farmers train will be run. Under this Public Private Partnership (PPP) scheme, there will be a system of transportation of farmer produce along with cold storage.

First Mamta Banerjee proposed

The facility to carry fruits and vegetables along with the facility of air-conditioning was first proposed in the budget of 2009-10 by the then Railway Minister Mamata Banerjee, but it could not be started.

 

 

 

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Inauguration of country's first driverless metro, PM Modi said - Aim to run metro in 25 cities by 2025

 

Prime Minister Modi has inaugurated the country's first driverless metro today. PM Modi said, 'In 2014 only 5 cities had metro rail. Today, metro rail is served in 18 cities. By the year 2025, we are going to expand it to more than 25 cities.

Today, the country has got the gift of the first metro to run without a driver. Prime Minister Narendra Modi flagged off the country's first driverless Metro on the Magenta Line of Delhi Metro through video conferencing. In addition, he also started the National Common Mobility Card (NCMC) service on the Airport Express Line. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal also participated in this program.

On this occasion, PM Modi said, "I had the privilege of inaugurating the magenta line almost 3 years from today. Today again I had the opportunity to inaugurate the country's first automated metro. This shows how fast India Moving towards smart systems. "

PM Modi further said, 'Today, the metro is also connecting with the National Common Mobility Card. It started from Ahmedabad last year. Today it is being expanded on the Delhi Metro's Air Port Express Line.

Metro will be in more than 25 cities by 2025

PM Modi said, 'In 2014 only 5 cities had metro rail. Today, metro rail is served in 18 cities. We are going to expand it to more than 25 cities by 2025, in the year 2014, only 248 km of metro lines were operational in the country. Today it is almost three times more than seven hundred kilometers.

The Prime Minister also spoke on the proposed Delhi-Meerut RRTS model. He said, 'The brilliant model of Delhi Meerut RRTS will reduce the distance of Delhi and Meerut to less than an hour. In cities where passenger numbers are less, work is being done on metrolight version. It is prepared at the cost of 40 percent of the normal metro. In cities where the ridership is less, work is being done on the Metro Neo. It is prepared at the cost of 25 percent of the normal metro. Similarly, there is water metro - this is also an example of out-of-the-box thinking.

Bad news for Pfizer vaccine, Chief Scientific Advisor said - Allergic reaction too much of hope

 

Allergic reactions of the Pfizer vaccine that have been reported so far have resulted in wheezing, rapid lowering of blood pressure, difficulty in breathing and rapid heartbeat.

America is at the top of the countries that Corona has caused the most damage. So far, more than 3 lakh patients have lost their lives. However, the American company pfizer has prepared the corona vaccine. On Wednesday, the United States of America has signed a deal of 100 million doses. Only then has it been reported that Pfizer's allergic reaction to the corona vaccine is much higher than expected.

Allergic reaction of vaccine on 8 people

Dr. Monsef Salai, Chief Scientific Advisor at Operation Warp Speed, said that Pfizer's allergic reaction to the corona vaccine was too high to be expected. Of the 8 people who have had an allergic reaction to this vaccine, 6 are Americans.

This statement of Dr. Monsef Salai has come out then. Whereas just a day before this, United States has signed a deal of 100 million dosages with Pfizer company for Corona vaccine.

Advisory issued for vaccine

The UK Health Regulatory Agency 'MHRA' had already issued an advisory in this regard. He has said that people who have any kind of problem related to allergies, they should not take this vaccine. The Food and Drugs Administration of America, FDA has also issued this advisory for Pfizer's vaccine.

Allergic reactions of this vaccine that have come to light so far are flaking, rapid lowering of blood pressure, difficulty in breathing and rapid heartbeat. The compound polyethylene glycol present in the vaccine is believed to be behind all this. Which is mainly involved in the packaging of the vaccine.

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Brexit Trade Deal: UK-EU Free Trade Agreement

 

Boris Johnson expressed happiness after the initial free trade agreement between Britain and the European Union.

The initial free trade agreement (FTA) has been signed between Britain and the European Union (EU). This will not create any dislocation in the new year for cross-border trade and the Brexit deadlock will provide some relief to companies affected over the years. A week before Britain broke away from Brexit, the matter was successful on Thursday.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson expressed happiness after this deal. He tweeted with his picture, 'Sauda gaya hai'.

Downing Street said in a statement, "We have completed Brexit and now we can take full advantage of the opportunities available to us as an independent trading country and enter into trade agreements with other partners of the world." '

Downing Street announced, "We have signed the first free trade agreement on the basis of zero duty and zero quota. It is the largest bilateral trade agreement signed by both sides. It has a trade of 668 billion pounds in 2019. "

Downing Street said Britain had regained control of its money, customs, laws, trade and fishing waters. "On the other hand, the European Union said it was a good agreement, which was a 'long and Shows a wide path. ''

"We finally reached an agreement," European Union chairperson Ursula von der Leyen said at a press conference in Bressles. It is a fair and responsible agreement. "

He said, "EU rules and norms will be respected. Britain was our ally for a long time. Now is the time to look to the future because Britain will now be the 'third country' in relations with the economic bloc. "

Now Britain will have a 'race' to approve and ratify this agreement before exiting the European Union's economic structure. Both the UK and the European Parliament have to vote on this agreement. Tensions arose several times in negotiations between the two sides over the agreement for months.

The main issue between the two sides was the fair competition rules, the mechanism for settling future disputes and the right to fishing. The final hurdle was the right to transport EU boats in British waters, which was later resolved. However, the important aspects of future relations between the bloc and its former member of 27 countries are not settled.

Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman took first dose of Saudi Arabia amid controversy over corona vaccine

 

Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of Saudi Arabia has taken the first dose of Corona vaccine. The news agency Reuters quoted the Saudi Press Agency as saying this.


Last week, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu got the vaccine on live television. At the beginning of this week, the new US President Joe Biden was also given the first dose of the corono virus vaccine.

The fear of the deadly corona virus remains worldwide. Meanwhile, Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has taken the first dose of the corona vaccine. The news agency Reuters quoted the Saudi Press Agency as saying this. The Crown Prince has taken this dose at a time when some Muslim countries are opposing the gelatin used in the vaccine. It is being told that gelatin is made from pig fat.

Saudi Arabia got its first shipment of vaccine this month

After the Crown Prince was vaccinated, the country's Health Minister Dr. Taufiq al-Rabia praised him. Taufiq has said that he expresses gratitude for the Crown Prince's eagerness to provide vaccines to citizens. Praising Britain, the Health Minister said that this country is one of the best countries in the world to face the epidemic. According to a report, the first shipment of the corono virus vaccine developed by Pzifer and BioNTech arrived in Saudi Arabia earlier this month.

Netanyahu and Biden have also been vaccinated

Significantly, the name of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of Saudi Arabia has also been added to the list of the world leaders to install the Corona vaccine. Last week, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu got the vaccine on live television. At the beginning of this week, the new US President Joe Biden was also given the first dose of the corono virus vaccine.

6168 people killed in Saudi Arabia so far

According to the website Worldometer, three lakh 61 thousand 903 cases of corona virus have been reported in Saudi Arabia so far. At the same time, six thousand 168 people have died so far. So far, three lakh 52 thousand 815 people in this country have been cured of this epidemic. At present, only 2,920 people are being treated in the country.

Covid-19 vaccination: vaccination started in France too, first dose given to a 78-year-old woman

 

The 78-year-old woman Maurisite from Severon city received the first Kovid-19 vaccine in France. Surveys show that there is little doubt about the new vaccine among French people. That is why the government is cautious and is not making vaccination mandatory.


Covid-19 vaccination: France has started a vaccination campaign against the corona virus. On Sunday, the program started with a 78-year-old elderly woman. The woman was vaccinated against the Kovid-19 vaccine at a nursing home in the northeastern area of ​​the capital Paris. Let me tell you that this area is generally considered to be one of the poor areas of the country.

78-year-old elderly woman starts vaccination in France

Aurelian Rousseau, head of the public health service of the Paris region, said on Twitter that this is an important moment and there is high expectation from him. The 78-year-old mauritess of the city of Severn was given the first vaccine in France. Later, a vaccination campaign will also be held at the Champaillot Home in Dijon. Surveys show that there is little doubt about the new vaccine among French people. That is why the government is cautious and is not making vaccination mandatory.

Nearly 63 thousand people died due to corona virus infection

The government hopes that by summer, 2.7 crore people will be protected against the corona virus. Currently, the country has a population of 67 million. In France, 62 thousand 570 people have died due to Corona virus. About a third of deaths have been reported in nursing homes. Therefore, the government has decided to include the elderly and health workers in the vaccination campaign first. In France, 3,093 new cases of corona virus were reported in the last 24 hours amid vaccination campaigns. The French government has reported the deaths of 146 patients infected with Kovid-19 in the last 24 hours. On Saturday, a dose of 19 thousand 500 vaccines was delivered to the complex suburban area. Others according to static media. Doses have also been distributed at places.

Four new oil and gas discoveries discovered in Saudi Arabia

 

Saudi Arabia's official news agency Saudi Press Agency (SPA) has reported that four new oil and gas fields have been discovered in Saudi Arabia.


Saudi Arabia's Energy Minister Prince Abdul Aziz bin Salman announced this on Sunday.

Non-conventional oil has been discovered in the Al-Reish oil field of north-west Dhahran.

This city in the Eastern Province is a major administrative center of the country's oil industry.

How much oil will be produced

Al-Reish's two number wells will produce 4,452 barrels of crude oil and 3.2 million standard cubic feet of natural gas every day.

At the same time, 465 wells will produce 3,654 barrels per day and 1.6 million standard cubit feet of gas. The initial production of 3 number wells will be 2,745 barrels per day and 3 million standard cubic feet of gas per day.

According to the minister, the discovery of the Al-Reish region is particularly important because it shows that it is possible to extract Arab Extra Light crude oil from the Tuwak Mountains.

Non-traditional oil has also been discovered in Al-Sarah pond located on Al-Minhaz well. It is in the Ghawar oil field of the south-west.

Possibility of getting other natural resources

The Energy Minister said that Saudi Aramco has also discovered oil in Al-Azramiyah. Test results show that 3,850 barrels per day will be produced from here.

This place is located on the Saudi-Iraqi border northwest from Rafha city.

The SPA quoted Prince Abdulaziz as saying that Saudi Aramco is working on the size and volume of newly discovered areas to estimate how much oil and gas there is.

He also informed that Saudi Arabia has also found a large amount of other natural resources in this discovery.

How much oil does Saudi Arabia have and how long will it last?

For oil experts for the last five decades, this question is nothing less than a mystery. According to the estimated reserves given by the Saudi government to the Organization of Oil Exporting Countries OPEC (Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries), the certified oil reserves are 266 billion barrels. OPEC gave this information in its annual bulletin in 2015.

If this number is correct, then Saudi oil reserves will end up in the next 70 years according to the average production of 12 million barrels per day. But there are enough doubts about the official figures. The reason for this is that in 1987, Saudi had declared its oil reserves 170 billion barrels, which was increased to 260 billion barrels in 1989.

According to the Statistical Review of World Energy 2016, Saudi Arabia has sold or spent 94 billion barrels of oil, yet officially its reserves are 260 to 265 billion barrels.

If the government's data is correct, it means that the Saudis have discovered new locations of oil or have increased the estimated reserves.

One of the grounds for increasing the estimated reserves may be that the locations from which oil is produced, there is more oil or that all the oil extracted so far has been supplied again.

But between 1936 and 1970, huge and uncountable locations of oil reserves have been discovered in Saudi. After this, new oil bases have not been discovered in Saudi compared to this.

The problem is that wherever the oil production is taking place, the government keeps a lot of confidentiality and estimated reserves. Its information is from a few people within.

In such a situation, it seems impossible to confirm any facts. There is also a question mark on the credibility of oil analysts that they are not in a position to tell when oil production will start falling in Saudi.

Saudi is currently producing the most oil. This has shocked the prediction that Saudi oil production will come down after reaching the summit.

Estimated reserves

There may be different ways to know the potential of oil production in the future. It can also be estimated that how many people are working in the oil industry.

One way to understand the oil reserves is also how big the oil treasure was before the start of production. Before the start of production, oil treasury refers to the original oil in place (OOIP).

After Britain, new corona strain found in South Africa, number of patients increasing rapidly

 

After finding a new strain of Corona virus in South Africa, scientists are studying whether Corona Vaccine can provide protection from this new type. In the last few days, the rise in the cases of infection has increased the concern of the government.

Engaged in scientific studies amidst concern

Identified as 501.V2

There is a possibility of further rise in the infection rate

Corrosion virus (CoronaVirus) is not going to end soon. After Britain, now a new strain of Corona has also been claimed in South Africa. This claim has put the whole world in worry. Until now, it was believed that a year-long war would end after the Corona Vaccine became available, but now it is clear that the reception of the new year is also in the news of the Corona outbreak Will happen.

Different from new strains found in UK

In South Africa, there has been a sharp rise in the number of deaths as well as cases of patients. Surprisingly, the new variant of Corona that has come out in South Africa is completely different from the new strain found in Britain. Scientists are studying whether Corona Vaccine can provide protection in this new form also? It is known that some other vaccines, including vaccines developed by Oxford University and AstraZeneca, are undergoing clinical trials in South Africa.

Speed ​​may increase

According to South African health officials, cases of strains identified as 501.V2 are the main among the new cases of infection coming in the country. Professor Salim Abdul Karim, chairman of the government's ministerial advisory committee, expressed concern that it is too early to say anything, but preliminary data suggests that the virus is dominating in the second wave of infection and more so than the first wave Is spreading rapidly. He said that in the coming days, the pace of infection can be recorded fast.

Australia also came in the grip

In South Africa, 912, 477 cases of infection have been reported and the death toll has reached 24,539. There are 8500 infected hospitals in the country. While the number of such patients admitted in August was 8,300. At the same time, there is already a possibility of an outbreak of new strains in France. Meanwhile, two confirmed cases of new strain have also been reported in Australia.

Saudi Arabia closed Border

Meanwhile, Saudi Arabia has temporarily banned all international flights amid reports of Corona's new strain. The Home Ministry said that at present, this ban will remain in effect for seven days, but it can be extended further on the advice of doctors. Saudi Arabia has also closed the country's borders and ports for a week to prevent a new type of virus. During the last three months, the government has asked people from European countries to get the corona test done immediately.

First flight from Noida International Airport can start by January 2024

 

There was talk of making an airport in Jewar for a long time, now it is going to take the form of reality. On Wednesday, the Government of Uttar Pradesh in Noida signed a 'Concession Agreement' with the representatives of Zurich Airport International AG for the development of Noida International Airport, Jewar.


A total of 3076 families were affected.

Name and logo finalized

Asia's largest airport.

Jewar Airport latest update: The first flight from Noida International Airport can take off from December 2023 or January 2024. A senior officer said while talking that work has started completely at this airport. Noida International Airport Limited CEO Arun Veer Singh said that three thousand families have been affected due to this greenfield project. The work of settling such displaced people will be completed by May 2021. A total of 3076 families have been affected.

Out of the displaced people, those whose land has been taken for the first runway will be established. After that, the land that went to the second runway and the people of the villages will be helped. It will cost around Rs 350 crore of government to rehabilitate these families from six villages.

Name and logo became final

Finally, after much lengthy debate, the name and logo of this largest airport in Asia, built on 5000 hectares, has been finalized. This name will give Uttar Pradesh a new identity internationally.

It will have its logo in blue color. In which there is a reflection of the state bird 'Stork'. Though its design is still under consideration. In a meeting to decide the name and logo, Christoph Schnellmann, CEO of Yamuna International Airport Pvt Ltd, Noida International Airport Ltd. Senior officials including the CEO of Dr. Arun Vir Singh were present.

Asia's largest airport to be built

Swiss company Zurich Airport International has designed the design, layout and logo of the airport. Zurich International Airport has been awarded the contract for the construction of a greenfield airport on 1334 hectares at a cost of 29 thousand 650 crores. This will be the 5th largest airport in the world to be built in UP. At present, Shanghai Airport of China is the largest airport in Asia, spread over an area of ​​3988 hectares. Noida International Airport, to be built on 5000 hectares, will become the largest airport in Asia.

US President Donald Trump conferred 'Legion of Merit' on Prime Minister Narendra Modi

 

Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi has been awarded 'Legion of Merit' by US President Donald Trump. Indian Ambassador Taranjit Singh Sandhu has accepted this award on behalf of the Prime Minister.


US President Donald Trump on Monday honored the Prime Minister of India with 'Legion of Merit'. Prime Minister Narendra Modi was honored with this award for increasing the strategic partnership of the two countries and for the rise of India as a global power.

India's Ambassador to the US Taranjit Singh Sandhu accepted the award from American National Security Adviser Robert O'Briana on behalf of Narendra Modi. US National Security Adviser Robert O'Briana tweeted and praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He said that Modi has done very well for the strategic partnership of the two countries. Due to which he is being awarded the Legion of Merit.

Let us tell you that Prime Minister Narendra Modi was presented with the commander of the highest degree of the Legion, which is given only to the head of state or government.

At the same time, Robert O'Briana gave another tweet informing that Trump has also honored Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison. Along with this, former Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe has also been honored. All these awards were accepted by the ambassadors. Robert O'Briana said that the former Prime Minister of Japan was honored with this award because he worked for the independent and Indo-Pacific, making a great performance under the leadership of Shinzo.