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Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) published its “Climate of India during 2021” report on January 21, 2022. Key findings of the report As per report, year 2021 was the fifth warmest year in India since country-wide records started in India in 1901. India reported a loss of 1,750 lives because of extreme weather events in 2021. ..
Content creator and actress Prajakta Koli become India’s first UN Development Programme (UNDP) Youth Climate Champion. Key Facts She won the title under her partnership with the UNDP. Title has been conferred to her because of her contribution towards mental health, girl child education and women’s rights through various global social campaigns. What does this ..
India and Israel recently widened the I4F during their eighth governing body meet. I4F is India – Israel Industrial research and development technological Innovation fund. The fund has now been widened to 5.5 million USD. Projects The fund has been widened to implement three research and development project. They are as follows: Centrally monitored Internet ..
Category: International Current Affairs
The Digital Government Mission was launched by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology. The mission will deliver government services to the citizens. It will use machine learning and artificial intelligence to deliver the services. How will the mission work? It imbibes automatic processes. For instance, a student applying for scholarship will get an alert ..
Category: Government Schemes Current Affairs
Topics: Aadhaar • Artificial Intelligence (AI) • digital government mission • Digital India • E-governance • GST • Machine Learning (ML) • Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology • National Mission on Education through Information and Communication Technology • national open digital ecosystem • UPI
Reserve Bank of India (RBI) conducted a variable rate repo operation on January 20, 2022 for infusing liquidity, instead of using variable rate reverse repo operations (VRRR) to suck out cash. Highlights This measure was taken because larger goods and services tax (GST) collection tightened liquidity recently. RBI has proposed to lend the banking system ..
Category: Economy & Banking Current Affairs