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  • #1. Ashok Chawla resigned as chairman of TERI

    21 hours ago
    Ashok Chawla, Former Finance Secretary, has resigned as chairman of The Energy Resources Institute (TERI).  Earlier, Mr.Chawla had stepped down as chairman of the National Stock Exchange (NSE) on 11th January 2019 after the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) received the Finance Ministry’s approval to prosecute him in the Aircel-Maxis bribery scandal.  The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI):  ♦ Established: 1974 ♦ Director General: Ajay Mathur ♦ Location: New Delhi  ♦ TERI is a research institute that specializes in the fields of energy, environment, and sustainable development

    #2. Three hundred and fifty two Prakash Utsav of Guru Gobind Singh celebrated on January 13

    21 hours ago
    352nd birth anniversary of the 10th Sikh Guru, Guru Govind Singh ji, was celebrated as Prakash utsav at Patna Sahib, inBihar, the birth place of Guruji. The main function was organised at Takhat Sri Harmandir Sahib Gurdwara, Patna Sahib. Guru Govind Singh ji was the creator of Khalsa Panth.

    #3. Farmers under KALIA scheme will get money by January 26

    21 hours ago
    Farmers who have enrolled under Odisha’s Krushak Assistance for Livelihood and Income Augmentation (KALIA) scheme in the first phase will receive monetary assistance by January 26. Around 12.4 lakh small and marginal farmers will get Rs.5,000 each for one crop as per the provisions of the scheme.  Odisha’s Cooperation Minister S.N.Patro said that the financial assistance will be directly deposited in the bank accounts of the beneficiary farmers. He also added that farmers applying for enrolment in the scheme during the extended deadline till January 15 will be verified before the money is disbursed.

    #4. Prime Minister Narendra Modi released commemorative coin on Sikh Guru Gobind Singh in New Delhi

    21 hours ago
    Prime Minister Narendra Modi released a commemorative coin of 350 rupees on Guru Govind Singh ji in New Delhi on the eve of 352nd birth anniversary of the 10th Sikh Guru. He also announced that the Kartarpur corridor located in Punjab, Pakistan, is being built for devotees to go visit and pray. Including celebrations of the 352nd Prakash Utsav of Guru Gobind Singh all over the country, the center would also celebrate Guru Nanak Dev’s 550th birth anniversary.

    #5. Chhattisgarh EC unveiled an app to keep track of its polling officials

    21 hours ago
    The Chhattisgarh Election Commission has developed an app to keep track of its polling officials at the conference of Chief Electoral Officers of various States held in New Delhi. The app will streamline personnel management during the polls.  Meanwhile, the Madhya Pradesh Election Commission showcased an app developed by its poll machinery to ensure the queue-less voting experience for people with disabilities and pregnant women.  Chhattisgarh:  ♦ Formed on: 1 November 2000 ♦ Capital: Raipur  ♦ Chief Minister: Bhupesh Baghel ♦ Governor: Anandiben Patel

    #6. Yes Bank Appoints Brahm Dutt As Non-Executive Part-Time Chairman

    21 hours ago
    Yes Bank, India’s fourth-largest private sector bank, announced the appointment of Brahm Dutt as non-executive part-time chairman up till July 4, 2020. He is currently also the chairman of the Nomination and Remuneration Committee.

    #7. SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launches Ten Iridium communications satellites

    21 hours ago
    SpaceX rocket delivered 10 satellites to low-Earth orbit on Friday, completing a two-year campaign by Iridium Communications to replace its original fleet with a new generation of mobile communication technology and added global aircraft tracking capability. The Falcon 9 rocket blasted off from Vandenberg Air Force Base at 7:31 am and arced over the Pacific west of Los Angeles. The previously used first stage was recovered again with a bullseye landing on a "droneship" in the ocean while the upper stage continued on to orbit. The eighth and final launch of the $3 billion (roughly Rs. 21,000 crores) Iridium NEXT project completed delivery of 75 new satellites to orbit for the McLean, Virginia, company. Sixty-six will be operational and nine will serve as in-orbit spares. Six other satellites remain on the ground as spares.

    #8. Adi Godrej Conferred ICSI Lifetime Award

    21 hours ago
    Industrialist and Godrej Group Chairman Adi Godrej has conferred the ICSIs Lifetime Achievement Award for ‘Translating Excellence in Corporate Governance into Reality’.  The awards were instituted by The Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI), which is celebrating its golden jubilee.

    #9. Su Tseng-chang appointed as Prime Minister of Taiwan

    21 hours ago
    Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen has appointed Su Tseng-chang as Prime Minister, during a Cabinet reshuffle following the ruling Democratic Progressive Party’s heavy losses in local elections.  Su is a former premier appointed in 2006 by then-President Chen Shui-bian and was a chairman of Tsai’s Democratic Progressive Party for two terms.

    #10. Fourth Meeting of CTDP Held In New Delhi

    21 hours ago
    Union Minister for Commerce & Industry and Civil Aviation, Suresh Prabhu, chaired the 4th meeting of the Council for Trade Development and Promotion (CTDP) in New Delhi.  Suresh Prabhu informed in the meeting that the Government of India formulated an Agricultural Export Policy for the first time with a focused plan to boost India’s agricultural exports to USD 60 billion by 2022.

    #11. Tamil Nadu Cm inaugrated various project in the State

    21 hours ago
    Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Edappadi K. Palaniswami inaugurated a slew of welfare schemes through video conference from the Secretariat. The schemes included those to be implemented by the Municipal Administration Department, the Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments Department and the Rural Development Department.  He also inaugurated drinking water schemes catering to various parts of the State at a total cost of Rs.169.72 crore. While a scheme costing Rs.70.50 crore was inaugurated for the Dindigul Corporation, six such schemes for Kancheepuram, Ramanathapuram, Thanjavur and Theni were inaugurated at a cost of Rs. 79.13 crore. The Chief Minister also laid the foundation stone for the District Rural Development Agency in Kajamalai in Tiruchi district.

    #12. Donald Trump threatens to declare national emergency

    21 hours ago
    President Donald Trump has again threatened to declare a national emergency along the border with Mexico. In a fight with Democrats in Congress, Mr.Trump said funding for a wall will keep out dangerous immigrants. The Congress has now shut down parts of the government for a record-tying 21 days.  Such a declaration, almost certain to be challenged in court, would, in theory, allow Mr. Trump to sidestep Congress and divert money from military projects toward construction of the wall that has been a core focus of his nationalist campaign.  In preparation for the possible emergency move, the White House has asked the military to look into diverting funds currently allocated for disaster relief to the wall.

    #13. Study shows solar wind fills the dark side of the Moon

    21 hours ago
    A study using observations from Chandrayaan 1 mission has found how plasma particles from the solar wind make their way into the Moon’s night side, filling up the wake region, long thought to be devoid of plasma particles. This has significance in understanding bodies like the Moon which do not have global magnetic fields.  In recent times, there has been a huge interest in understanding the plasma environment of the Moon, which is generated mainly by its interaction with the solar plasma wind flowing towards it from the Sun. This plasma wind consists of charged particles such as protons and is partly absorbed by the side of the Moon facing the sun. The rest of the solar plasma wind incident on the Moon flows around it but leaves a wake (a void) on the side not facing the sun (the night-side of the Moon). The interaction between the Moon and the solar plasma helps to understand any celestial body which has no atmosphere or global magnetic fields, such as asteroids and some planetary satellites.

    #14. Deep and Mulik won gold medal 43rd Bombay YMCA State level annual athletics

    21 hours ago
    Uran Gymkhana’s Deep Patil and Shree Sidheshwar Sports Club’s Shreya Mulik won the under-18 boys and girls’ 100m gold medal in the 43rd Bombay YMCA State-level annual athletics meet at the University Pavilion, Marine Lines, Mumbai, Maharashtra. The results: U-18: 100m: 1.Deep Patil (Uran Gymkhana) 11.3; 2.Mohit Gawade (Somaiya Sports Academy, Vidyavihar) 11.6; 3.Aryan Somale (J.S. Sports Club, Mira Road) 11.7.  U-18: 100m: 1.Shreya Mulik (Shree Sidheshwar SC) 12.6; 2.Michelle Fernandes (Holy Cross, Kurla) 12.8; 3.Siya Dawoor (Sprinters SC) 13.3.

    #15. Commerce Minister announced that India is to grow crops for UAE, Saudi Arabia

    21 hours ago
    Union Commerce Minister Suresh Prabhu announced that the UAE and Saudi Arabia had decided to use India as a base to address their food security concerns. He met delegates from the two countries, along with representatives from 44 others, at a summit of the Confederation of Indian Industry.  The UAE and Saudi Arabia will use India as a base in addressing their social security concerns. For the first time, India’s export policy identifies the potential of agriculture along with horticulture, dairy, plantation, and fisheries. The farm-to-port project will be similar to a special economic zone but in the style of a corporatized farm, where crops would be grown keeping a specific UAE market in mind. The concept has been accepted by both governments.

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  • #1. Researchers have discovered six new species of bent toed geckos

    1 day ago
    Researchers have discovered six new species of bent-toed geckos, a type of small lizard, from northeastern India, and one of them is from Assam's capital, Guwahati.  While researchers found the Guwahati bent-toed gecko (Cyrtodactylus guwahatiensis, named after the city) near a small hillock in the urban sprawl of Guwahati city, the Kaziranga bent-toed gecko, the Jaintia bent-toed gecko, and the Nagaland bent-toed gecko have been discovered from Assam's Kaziranga National Park, the Jaintia hills of Meghalaya and Khonoma village in Nagaland, respectively.  The Abhayapuri bent-toed gecko is currently found only in the vicinity of Abhayapuri town in Assam’s Bongaigaon district, and the Jampui bent-toed gecko, only in Tripura’s Jampui Hills. All the new lizards belong to the genus Cyrtodactylus and are called bent-toed or bow-fingered geckos, named after their bent toes.

    #2. Taslim Mir won U 17 badminton title at KIYG 2019

    1 day ago
    Taslim Mir clinched the girls’ U-17 badminton title at the Khelo India Youth Games (KIYG) 2019. Taslim Mir defeated Manasi Singh and secured 23-21, 21-16 win at the Balewadi stadium, Maharashtra.  Gujarat’s medal tally went up due to Taslim’s slick movement and controlled stroke play. KIYG almost seemed child’s play for the 13-year-old. The results (all finals): Girls: ♦ U-15: Taslim Mir (Guj) bt Manasi Singh (UP) 23-21, 21-16 ♦ Doubles: Aarya Deshpande & Ananya Shirke (Mah) bt Sakshi Asrani & Anushka Mehta (Raj) 21-16, 21-13 ♦ U-21: Aakarshi Kashyap (Chd) bt Malvika Bansod (Mah) 21-11, 21-16 Boys: ♦ U-17: Gandham Rao (TS) bt Ravi (Har) 15-21, 21-18, 21-11 ♦ Doubles: Nikunj Pandey & Shubham Patel (Raj) bt C.S. Koushtik & R. Vikash Prabhu (TN) 21-15, 22-20 ♦ U-21: Sanjay Aman (Mah) bt Rahul Bharadwaj (Kar) 21-17, 23-21

    #3. Tamil Nadus PWD signed with Cornwell University

    1 day ago
    The Irrigated Agriculture Modernisation and Water-Bodies Restoration and Management (IAMWARM) of Tamil Nadu signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Cornell University. The MoU was signed by IAMWARM project director Vibhu Nair and executive dean John Pfeffer of the Cornell University in the presence of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Edappadi K. Palaniswami. The project will be implemented by the Public Works Department. The project is aimed at introducing innovative approaches in water management. Another aspect of the project is the introduction of high technology in horticulture

    #4. Towing vehicles likely to be operational in 20 days in Mangaluru

    2 days ago
    In Mangaluru, complaints against unauthorized parking of vehicles continue to pour in during the weekly phone-in programmes. The police have now said that towing vehicles should be operational in another 20 days.  Following the recent revision of rates, the tenders were floated for the second time. The charge for towing away a two-wheeler was revised from Rs.650 to Rs.750, followed by Rs.1,100 (Rs.700) for a light motor vehicle and Rs.1,350 (Rs.1,250) for a medium-size vehicle. 

    #5. RBI imposed Rs.3 crore fine on Citibank India

    2 days ago
    The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has imposed a fine on Citibank India, a foreign lender, a penalty of Rs.3 crore for not complying with ‘fit and proper’ criteria for directors.  It also said that the action is based on deficiencies in regulatory compliance and is not intended to pronounce upon the validity of any transaction or agreement entered into by the bank with its customers. About Citibank India: ♦ Established on 1902 ♦ Headquartered: Mumbai, Maharashtra ♦ Citi Country Officer of the Bank: Pramit Jhaveri

    #6. Former Citi group executive Daniel Houghes Callahan, 62, was appointed as additional and independent director for 5 years: TCS

    2 days ago
    Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) hired former Citi executive Daniel Houghes Callahan, 62, as an additional and independent director for 5 years. With this, TCS has 11 directors, including seven independents in the expanded board. Prior to this, Callahan was a member of Citi’s operating committee until November 2018 and handled Citigroup’s technology as chief administrative officer.

    #7. Lifetime Achievement Award given to Filmmaker Buddhadeb Dasgupta by WBFJA in the third Cinemar Samabartan ceremony held in Kolkata

    2 days ago
    National award-winning filmmaker Buddhadeb Dasgupta was conferred the Lifetime Achievement Award, in the name of late Satyajit Ray, by the West Bengal Film Journalists Association (WBFJA) in Kolkata. It was given in the third edition of the ‘Cinemar Samabartan’ ceremony. As a director, he has won the National Film Award for Best Direction twice, for Uttara (2000) and Swapner Din (2005).

    #8. Namita Gokhale wins Sushila Devi Literature Award

    2 days ago
    Namita Gokhale was awarded in the ‘Best Book of Fiction Written by a Woman Author’ category at the inaugural edition of Bhopal Literature and Art Festival (BLF) . She has won the Sushila Devi Literature Award for her novel “Things to Leave Behind”. The shortlist books: Brothers (Manju Kapur) The Glass Bead Curtain (Lakshmi Kannan) The Untitled (Gayathri Prabhu,) Son of the Thundercloud (Easterine Kire) Things to Leave Behind (Namita Gokhale) 

    #9. Centre approved Rs.3,340 crore to the Uttarakhand government

    2 days ago
    The Centre gave its in-principle nod to the Uttarakhand government’s proposal which sought fund for implementing an integrated co-operative development project in the State. The Center has allotted Rs.3,340 crore for the State. Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat said that the project will improve the agricultural economy and will help prevent migrations from remote hilly areas.  Uttarakhand: Capital: Dehradun Governor: Baby Rani Maurya Chief Minister: Trivendra Singh Rawat

    #10. USA launches new innovation initiative at Raisina Dialogue, 2019

    2 days ago
    Global Innovation Policy Center (GIPC) of United States Chamber of Commerce launched a new innovation strategy at Raisina Dialogue, 2019 in New Delhi. The Initiative is titled as “Fair Value for Innovation”. The Initiative will examine economic underpinnings in order to enable breakthrough innovation and explore the opportunities to harness innovation capital in India and around the globe through research, advocacy, partnerships and programs. India is the first market where GIPC is launching this new innovation initiative. The theme of this year’s Raisina Dialogue is “A World Reorder: New Geometries; Fluid Partnerships; Uncertain Outcomes”. The inaugural address was delivered by Prime Minister of Norway H E Ms Erna Solberg.

    #11. IDFC Bank re-named IDFC First Bank: Registrar of Companies, Chennai

    2 days ago
    Private sector lender IDFC Bank changed its name to IDFC First Bank Ltd owing to the merge of the bank with Non-Banking Finance Company (NBFC) Capital First on December 2018. The change was effective from January 12, 2019 by virtue of ‘Certificate of Incorporation pursuant to change of name‘ issued by the Registrar of Companies, Chennai.

    #12. Sikkim CM launched One Family, One Job scheme in Rojgar Mela 2019 to give one state government job to one family

    2 days ago
    Sikkim Chief Minister Pawan Kumar Chamling launched the ‘One Family One Job’ scheme, under which for every family one government job has been allotted, in Gangtok. New recruits were taken for Group C and Group D posts in 12 departments. As part of the scheme, a “Rojgar Mela” (employment fair) was organised at the Paljor stadium in Gangtok, where over 12,000 unemployed youths, from 32 constituencies, were handed out appointment letters. Letters were given to families, by the Department of Personnel, which do not have a government job.

    #13. Sushil Modi to head committee on GST revenue shortfall faced by states

    2 days ago
    Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Modi is to head the seven-member committee to look into revenue shortfall being faced by the states after the GST roll-out, and suggest steps for augmenting collections. The GST Council, headed by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and comprising state ministers had on December 22, 2018, decided to set up a group of ministers (GoM) to analyze reasons for the shortfall in revenue collections by the states since July 2017. GST was rolled out on July 1, 2017. As per the GST law, the centre compensates states to ensure that their revenue is protected at the level of 14 per cent over the base year tax collection in 2015-16. The committee will undertake data analysis using econometric and statistical tools and suggest “suitable measures/policy intervention” for course correction for revenue augmentation, particularly for the states suffering high revenue shortfall. It would also look into structural patterns of major sectors of the economy impacting revenue collection, including the services sector.

    #14. Minister Rajyavardhan Rathore launched National Youth Parliament Festival 2019 in New Delhi

    2 days ago
    Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports, Col Rajyavardhan Rathore on January 12, 2019, launched the National Youth Parliament Festival 2019 at a function in New Delhi. The festival will continue till 24th of February 2019. The theme of the festival is- Be the Voice of New India and Find solutions and contribute to policy. Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports propose to take the Youth Festival to every nook and corner of the country and celebrate it as the “National Youth Parliament Festival”.  

    #15. President of India gives assent to The Constitution (One Hundred and third Amendment) ACT, 2019

    2 days ago
    President of India, Shri Ram Nath Kovind gave his assent to the Constitution (One Hundred and Third Amendment) Act, 2019 which grants 10 percent reservation in jobs and educational institutions to the economically weaker sections in the general category. The Act amends Articles 15 and 16 of the Constitution to provide reservation to the economically weaker sections in the general category. The 10 percent reservation will be in addition to the existing 50 percent reservation for the Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes (OBC) making the total reservation quota 60%. Following a group of general category, people are eligible for the reservation as per the law Families with Income below Rs 8 lakh per annum.

    #16. Centre has signed an agreement with five States for the Renuka dam

    2 days ago
    The Centre has signed an agreement with five States, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Uttarakhand, Delhi, and Himachal Pradesh, to restart the construction of the Renuka multi-purpose dam in the Upper Yamuna Basin. The project is a reservoir on the Giri river, a tributary of Yamuna, in Sirmaur, Himachal Pradesh. About the Renuka dam project: The project envisages making a 148-meter-high dam for supplying water to Delhi and other basins States. It will also generate 40 MW of power Funding: Around 90% of the cost of irrigation/drinking water component of the project i.e. Rs.3,892.83 crore will be provided by the Central government and the remaining Rs.432.54 crore by the rest of the basin States Water from the Renuka dam will be used by U.P., Haryana and National Capital Territory of Delhi from Hathnikund barrage, by the NCT of Delhi from Wazirabad barrage and by U.P., Haryana, and Rajasthan from the Okhla barrage

    #17. Sheila Dikshit will take charge on 16th January

    2 days ago
    The newly appointed core group of the Delhi Congress met for the first time In New Delhi. The party’s veteran leader Sheila Dikshit and the party's three deputies- Devender Yadav, Haroon Yusuf, and Rajesh Lilotia, took stock of the party’s current situation in the Capital. She will officially take charge on January 16. Sheila Dikshit is the longest serving Chief Minister of Delhi who served for a period of 15 years from 1998 to 2013. Dikshit led Congress party to three consecutive electoral victories in Delhi.

  • #1. Mohamed Salah Named African Footballer Of The Year

    3 days ago
    Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah named as the 2018 Confederation of African Football Player of the Year. For the second consecutive year he has won the award. Egypt forward Salah, 26, beat Liverpool team-mate Sadio Mane of Senegal and Arsenal and Gabon striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to the title. He received the award at a ceremony in Senegal.

    #2. SRiX signed agreement with Cranfield University

    3 days ago
    SR Innovation Exchange (SRiX), a Telangana-based technology business incubator signed a collaborative agreement Cranfield University (U.K.). It aims at providing British and Indian entrepreneurs access to new businesses and academic expertise.  As per the agreement, a 10-week immersion programme is being developed with Indian start-ups mentored in the U.K. by leading Cranfield academics. The partnership facilitates knowledge exchange between experts from Cranfield visiting SRiX to conduct learning sessions focused on manufacturing excellence, whereas Cranfield would support SRiX in designing innovation programmes for corporate clients in the manufacturing sector.

    #3. Karnataka State Cabinet approved four metro rail projects

    3 days ago
    The Karnataka State Cabinet approved three metro rail projects and a feasibility report by Rail India Technical and Economic Service (RITES) on the suburban railway project. The Cabinet approved four suburban railway corridors at an estimated cost of Rs. 23,093 crore. The first route, Kengeri - Cantonment - Baiyappanahalli - K.R. Puram - Whitefield (35.47 km), comprises 11 stations, including six underground.  The second suburban rail corridor is KSR Bengaluru - Yeshwantpur - Lottegollahalli - Koodigehalli - Yelahanka - Rajanakunte (24.88 km).  The third is Nelamangala - Chikkabanavara - Yeshwantpur/Mathikere - Hebbal - Banaswadi - Baiyappanahalli (38.94 km).  The fourth corridor is Hillagere via Baiyappanahalli - Yelahanka - Devanahalli (63.36 km).

    #4. GHMC teamed up with NGO to feed the hungry

    3 days ago
    The Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) has teamed up with an NGO, Apple Home for Orphan Kids at Neknampur of Manikonda, a voluntary organization in its west zone to bridge the gap between the hungry and food wastage. As per the details, the NGO come up with a proposal to partner with the civic body for installation of refrigerators at various places with the concept ‘Feed the Need’.  The corporation is planning to facilitate installation of refrigerators at vantage points across the zone, so that food leftover from weddings and other ceremonies may be stored for the poor and urchins to consume. A proposal towards this was cleared by the GHMC Standing Committee, at a meeting convened in Hyderabad, Telangana.  The refrigerators will be of 530-litre capacity, and installed at 10 locations in Madhapur, Banjara Hills, Jubilee Hills, Erragadda, Red Hills, Chanda Nagar, and Gachibowli.

    #5. Karnatake sought Rs.2,400 crore from Centre as drought relief

    3 days ago
    The Karnataka State government has sought Rs.2,400 crore from the Centre as drought relief. The State government had identified 156 taluks as drought-hit in the kharif season and 100 taluks in the rabi season. Farmers said that they have no option but to migrate. Revenue Minister R.V. Deshpande asked the farmers not to take that extreme step and asked zilla panchayat officials to start MGNREGA works in all the affected villages to retain workers in their native places. The farmers also said that they had lost both kharif and rabi crops, but had not received any relief from either the State government or the Centre under the crop insurance scheme. Some farmers urged the Minister to complete the Ramalingeshwar Lift Irrigation project to provide water to their crops.

    #6. Centre launches 5-yr Plan To Combat Pollution In 102 cities

    3 days ago
    Environment Ministry launched the National Clean Air Programme (NCAP) aimed at reducing toxic particulate matter in 102 Indian cities by 2024. The NCAP will be a mid-term, five-year plan with 2019 as the first year, while 2017 will be the base year for comparison of concentration. An amount of INR300 crore has been sanctioned for this purpose.

    #7. Egypt to host 2019 Africa Cup of Nations

    3 days ago
    Egypt will host the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations between June 15 and July 13, Confederation of African Football (CAF) president Ahmad Ahmad announced in Dakar. It will be the fifth time Egypt stage the biennial showpiece of African football after 1959, when the country was called the United Arab Republic, 1974, 1986 and 2006. The CAF executive committee preferred Egypt to South Africa as replacements for original hosts Cameroon, who were dropped due to delays in preparations and concerns over security.

    #8. Govt relaxed norms for fertiliser exports

    3 days ago
    The government relaxed norms for exports of fertilisers, including urea, potassic and phosphatic. Export policy of fertilisers have been revised and items under 'restricted' category moved to 'free' category. Urea is the only fertiliser under statutory price control and its import for direct agriculture use is permitted through state trading enterprises (STEs) namely MMTC, STC under the foreign trade policy of the government.

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