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Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman handed over antique 12th century Bronze Idol of Buddha that was stolen from Archaeological Survey of India’s (ASI) Nalanda site museum in 1961 to Union Minister of State for Culture & Tourism (IC) Prahlad Singh Patel in New Delhi. This ‘stolen’ 12th century Buddha was returned a month before (in ..
Category: Art & Culture Current Affairs
Topics: 12th Century AD Bronze statue of Buddha • 72nd Independence Day • Archaeological Museum • Archaeological Survey of India • ASI Museum • India-UK • Nalanda • Nirmala Sitharaman • Seated Buddha in Bhumisparsha Mudra • Union Finance Minister
India and United Kingdom launched two-year joint initiative- Innovating for Clean Air (IfCA) n Bengaluru, capital of Karnataka. It is aimed at providing unique air quality measurement system by integrating satellite and sensor data and support India’s transition to Electric Vehicles (EVs). Innovating for Clean Air (IfCA) Features: It will identify innovations having potential to ..
Category: Environment Current Affairs
The initiative, Innovating for Clean Air a two-year India-UK joint initiative in Bengaluru aimed at providing a unique air quality measurement system. Monitoring Air Quality The initiative provides for a unique air quality measurement system integrating satellite and sensor data and supports India’s transition to Electric Vehicles (EVs). The initiative will identify innovations having potential to ..
UKEIRI Mobility Programme: Study in India, a new India-UK bilateral scheme has been launched on pilot basis to support Britain’s universities to collaborate with Indian partners to facilitate United Kingdom (UK) students to visit India during their studies. UKERI stands for ‘UK-India Education Research Initiative’. About UKEIRI Mobility Programme It is an initiative of Universities ..
Month: Current Affairs - July, 2019
Veteran British journalist Sir Mark Tully was conferred with ‘Lifetime Achievement Award’ at UK-India Awards in London for his contributions to UK-India relationship. About Mark Tully He is the former Bureau Chief of BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation) in New Delhi, India. Previously he had been knighted by Queen Elizabeth II in UK and conferred with ..
Month: Current Affairs - June, 2019