State Subject Current Affairs, GK & News
The Assam Government has recently decided to increase the size of Orang National Park. The park is to be expanded thrice. About the Expansion plan The State is to add 200.32 square kilometre to the Orang National Park. The area to be added consists of Brahmaputra river. It also includes sandbars and islands of the ..
Category: Environment Current Affairs
Topics: 42nd constitutional amendment • Assam Government • Brahmaputra River • Concurrent List • concurrent subject • Constitutional amendment • Dehing Patkai Wildlife Sanctuary • Dibru-Saikhowa National Park • extinct. • Extinctions • Gangetic Dolphins • Gharial • Kaziranga National Park • Man and Biosphere Programme • Manas National Park • Manas Tiger Reserve • Nameri National Park • Orang National Park • Raimona - Sixth national park of Assam • Rhino • riverine landscape • State Subject • Turtle • UNESCO • Union List • Wild Life (Protection) Act 1972
The Uttar Pradesh government is to create a dedicated Security force that will look after the security of airport, district courts, industrial institutions, banks and metro rails. Highlights The Uttar Pradesh Special Security Force (UPSSF) will be created by the Uttar Pradesh Government to secure its industries. The force will operate in a similar way ..
Month: Current Affairs - June, 2020
Category: Important Days & Events Current Affairs
The Central Government is to pass an ordinance that will allow state governments to increase the flexibility of work hours of employees. Highlights The ordinance will address the issue of shortage of labours. It will facilitate the companies to maintain social distancing. Also, it will enforce code on Occupational Safety, Working Conditions and Health. The ..
Category: India Nation & States Current Affairs
The draft Protection of Medical Service Persons and Medical Service Institutions (Prevention of Violence and Damage or Loss of Property) bill, 2017 submitted by the Indian Medical Association (IMA) to the Ministry of Health and Family welfare encompasses the following provisions: It proposes a ten-year jail term and a fine of Rs 5-lakh for violence ..
The Central government has set a target of providing clean drinking water to all by 2024. It includes increasing coverage of piped water to households from current 18 to 100% by 2024. Water Status in India Over the years per capita availability of water has fallen drastically. From 5,000 litre per capita availability of water ..
Month: Current Affairs - June, 2019
Category: Government Schemes Current Affairs
Topics: 7th Schedule of Indian Constitution • Clean Drinking Water to All 2024 • Gajendra Singh Shekhawat • Jal Ministry • Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation • Ministry of Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation • Odisha • State Subject • Union Minister of Jal Shakti