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  • #1. K.Sivan ISROs chairman launched the UNNATI programme

    3 days ago
    India is to train 45 countries in nano-satellite making through a new capacity building programme named Unispace Nanosatellite Assembly and Training by ISRO (UNNATI). Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) Chairman K.Sivan and Minister of State in Department of Space Jitendra Singh flagged the programme.  The programme allows India to share its knowledge and expertise in the space sector to other countries that can benefit from it. It is expected that the first batch of the initiative will have 30 participants from 17 countries, including Algeria, Argentina, Azerbaijan, Bhutan, Brazil, Chile, Egypt, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Malaysia, Mexico, and Mongolia.

    #2. BMRCL gets approval to acquire NICE land

    3 days ago
    The Karnataka State government approved the Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited (BMRCL) to acquire land currently in possession of Nandi Infrastructure Corridor Enterprises (NICE). The land acquisition was one of the major hurdles the corporation had been facing to implement Phase II of the Namma Metro project on Mysuru Road and Kanakapura Road.  The BMRCL will be acquiring 19,585.16 square metres of land. A majority of the land will be used for the Nagasandra, BIEC line (extension of Namma Metro on Tumakuru Road). It has set 2020 as the deadline to start commercial operations on the extended portions on Mysuru Road and Kanakapura Road.

    #3. Rio named as World Capital of Architecture for 2020 by UNESCO

    3 days ago
    The Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro has been named as the World Capital of Architecture for 2020 by the UN Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). Rio will be the first city to receive the title under a programme launched together by UNESCO and the International Union of Architects (UIA) in November 2018. Earlier Paris and Melbourne secured the position.  According to UNESCO, the World Capital of Architecture is intended to become an international forum for debates about pressing global challenges from the perspectives of culture, cultural heritage, urban planning, and architecture. As one of the oldest cities in Brazil, Rio has a mix of modern and colonial architecture, with world-renowned sites like the statue of Christ the Redeemer and contemporary constructions like the Museum of Tomorrow.

    #4. Manipur CM N.Biren Singh to seek protection clause in Citizenship Bill

    3 days ago
    Manipur Chief Minister N.Biren Singh assured the representatives of the North East Students Organisation (NESO) that a clause will be inserted in the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2016, on the protection of the indigenous peoples. The State government objected the proposed legislation.  Mr.Singh also stressed that the State wants President's assent to Manipur People's (Protection) Bill, 2018 before the passage of the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2016. The Manipur People's (Protection) Bill was passed unanimously by the State Assembly in July 2018. The Bill aims to grant the status of "natives" to Meiteis, Pangal Muslims, scheduled tribes and others who moved to the state before 1951. The rest, categorized as non-Manipuris, will have to register themselves within one month of the notification of the law.

    #5. Ankita Raina won the ITF womens tennis tournament title

    3 days ago
    India's Ankita Raina defeated Arantxa Rus, the top seed and World No.122, of the Netherlands. She secured 6-3, 6-2 in the final of the $25,000 International Tennis Federation (ITF) women’s tennis tournament in Singapore.  Results: $25,000 ITF women, Singapore: Final: Ankita Raina bt Arantxa Rus (Ned) 6-3, 6-2.

    #6. Sweden Prime Minister Stefan Lofven has been elected for a second term

    3 days ago
    Sweden ended a four-month political vacuum when lawmakers elected 61 years old Swedish Social Democratic Party’s leader Stefan Lofven as the Prime Minister of Sweden for a second term. Stefan Lofven was succeeded in his second attempt to form government with 153 votes while 115 votes against him. Government is formed in coalition with the Green Party and in budget cooperation with Center Party and the Liberals.

    #7. Indians under 15 and over 65 can use Aadhaar as passport to Nepal and Bhutan

    21 January 2019
    Home Ministry has made Aadhaar cards valid travel documents for Indians under 15 and over 65 travelling to Nepal and Bhutan. Indian citizens who are going to Nepal and Bhutan don’t need a visa if they hold a valid passport, a photo identity card issued by the government of India or an election ID card issued by the Election Commission.  It also said that a certificate of registration issued by the Embassy of India, Kathmandu, to Indian nationals is not an acceptable travel document for travelling between India and Nepal. But the emergency certificate and identity certificate issued by the Indian Embassy in Nepal will be valid for a single journey for travelling back to India.  Earlier, persons over 65 and under 15 could show their PAN card, driving license, Central Government Health Service (CGHS) card or ration card, but not the Aadhaar, to prove their identity and visit the two countries.

    #8. Indian-American Gurinder Singh Khalsa,presented with the prestigious Rosa Park Trailblazer award

    21 January 2019
    Indian-American philanthropist and entrepreneur, Gurinder Singh Khalsa(45), has been presented with the prestigious Rosa Park Trailblazer award for his campaign that forced US authorities change their policy towards headgear of the Sikh community.

    #9. BHEL and LIBCOIN to Build Indias First Lithium Ion Giga Factory

    21 January 2019
    Government announced that Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) and Libcoin are in dialogue to form a world-class consortium to initially build the first lithium Ion battery plant in India. The Initial capacity of the plant will be 1GWh and it will be scaled up to 30 GWh in due course. This project will include “Made by India, for India” with a focus on core cost component manufactured domestically. This project will bring energy independence by replacing oil imports with abundant renewable energy sources. The main aim of the project is to create an integrated manufacturing ecosystem resulting in self-reliance and lower cost.

    #10. Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik announced extension of free health services under Biju Swasthya Kalyan Yojana

    21 January 2019
    Odisha Chief Minister, Shri Naveen Patnaik announced the extension of free health services under Biju Swasthya Kalyan Yojana(BSKY) to all medical colleges and hospitals of Odisha from 1st February 2019. Earlier the free health services under Biju Swasthya Kalyan Yojana also known cashless care was available to all at sub-centers in villages and district headquarters hospitals. Under the scheme, all the patients irrespective of APL or BPL category will be eligible to avail the free health services at government medical colleges and hospitals. An Additional provision of over Rs 100 crore was made for this scheme by the state government from its budget. About Biju Swasthya Kalyan Yojana(BSKY) BSKY was launched on 15th August 2018 by Odisha Government. This scheme provides free medical services to all at government colleges and hospital irrespective of the category of the patients without any requirement of income, residence or any other document.

    #11. Prime Minister Narendra Modi Inaugurates Countrys First National Museum of Indian Cinema in Mumbai

    21 January 2019
    Prime Minister of India,Shri Narendra Modi launched the Country’s First National Museum of Indian Cinema in Mumbai, Maharashtra, that seeks to portray over a century-old journey of movies in India. The state-of-the-art museum has been built at a cost of Rs 140.61 crore and is housed in two buildings – the New Museum Building and the 19th-century historic palace Gulshan Mahal – in the Films Division campus in Mumbai. The National Museum of Indian Cinema was build under the guidance by the Museum Advisory Committee headed by noted filmmaker Shyam Benegal. The building has four exhibition Halls. Mahatma Gandhi and his impact on Indian cinema Children’s Film Studio Technology creativity Vibrant cinematographic culture across India The main objective of the Museum is to take its visitors through an absorbing journey of over a century of Indian cinema in a story telling mode with the help of visuals, graphics, artifacts, interactive exhibits and multimedia expositions.

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  • #1. India 1st away team to win bilateral series in all formats in Australia

    20 January 2019
    India defeated Australia in the third ODI at Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) to win the ODI series by 2-1 and became the first Visiting team to win bilateral series across the three formats against Australia in Australian soil. Indian team lead by Virat Kohli also became the first ever Indian side to win bilateral ODI series in Australia. Yuzvendra Chahal was given the player of the match award whereas Veteran Player M. S. Dhoni was honored with Player of the series award.

    #2. Rani Rampal to lead Indian womens hockey team for Spain tour

    20 January 2019
    Ace striker Rani Rampal will captain an 18-strong Indian women's team, while experienced goalkeeper Savita will be her deputy for the season opener in Spain starting Jan 26, Hockey India announced Friday. The Indian Hockey team is set to play four matches with Spain and two matches against the Women's World Cup runners-up, Ireland. The team will leave on January 24 for the Spain tour from Bengaluru, where they have been based for the past two weeks for the National Camp.

    #3. Wasim Jaffer became the 1st Asian to slam 2 first-class double tons after turning 40

    20 January 2019
    Wasim Jaffer, became the first Indian and the first Asian batsman to score two double centuries after turning 40 in first-class cricket. This was achieved in the Ranji Trophy quarter-final for Vidarbha against Uttarakhand in Nagpur.

    #4. Maharashtra touches 200 medals in Khelo India Youth Games 2019

    20 January 2019
    In the Khelo India Youth Games 2019, Maharashtra touched a new milestone of 200 medals. Haryana defeated Delhi and is currently securing the second position. Haryana, who topped the medals tally at last year’s Games, bagged an incredible 10 gold medals along with eight silver and 15 bronze yesterday. They with 48 gold medals, 45 silver and 54 bronze, are second in the medals’ tally, pushing Delhi with 47 gold, 33 silver and 47 bronze to the third spot. Maharashtra, who also had a good day with eight gold medals, five from boxing, two from tennis and one from table tennis, reached 200 medals with 76 gold with 57 silver and 67 bronze.

    #5. Many countries express interest to import Railway's Ambitious Project - Train 18

    20 January 2019
    Train 18 which has run at a maximum speed of 180 kmph during its trial run will have its debut journey from Varanasi to Delhi. Many countries have expressed interest in the train set and we are happy and proud that an indigenously made product is attracting so much interest. NTA scores are normalized scores across multi-session papers and are based on the relative performance of all those who appeared for the examination in one session. The marks obtained are converted into a scale ranging from 100 to 0 for each session of examinees.

    #6. India para-powerlifter fails dope test, banned for 4 years

    20 January 2019
    Indian para-powerflifter Vikramsingh Adhikari has been handed a four-year ban by the International Paralympic Committee for a second anti-doping violation.  The 39-year-old Adhikari, who took part in the 2000 Sydney Paralympics, returned positive for Clomiphene in a urine sample provided on 28th February 2017 following his participation at the 8th Fazza 2017 World Para Powerlifting World Cup in Dubai.  Paralympic Committee of India Vice-President Gursharan Singh said that the latest result was that of the 'B' sample test. Clomiphene, which can be used to accelerate testosterone secretion, is included on the World Anti-Doping Agency 2017 Prohibited List under the category S4. Hormone and Metabolic Modulators is prohibited both in and out-of-competition.

    #7. HDFC Standard Life Insurance renamed to HDFC Life Insurance

    20 January 2019
    HDFC Standard Life Insurance changed its name to HDFC Life Insurance following the receipt of relevant approvals from regulatory authorities. The change in name is effective right off the bat and the company will henceforth operate under the name HDFC Life Insurance Company Ltd.

    #8. ISROs top priority is Gaganyaan

    20 January 2019
    The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) announced that working on the human space flight programme Gaganyaan and launching a major student outreach apart from the scheduled missions is its top priority.  A separate Human Space Flight Centre has been formed in ISRO. The Gaganyaan project will come under it and that’s how we will target the first unmanned mission in December 2020.  Dr. Sivan, Chairman of ISRO, announced a Young Scientist Programme (YSP) and termed it their most important project to reach out to students. He also said that ISRO is planning to spread its wings in new areas. This year ISRO has planned 32 missions, including 14 launch vehicles, 17 spacecraft and one demo.

    #9. Chinese space agency said cotton sprouted in moon

    20 January 2019
    The Chinese space agency said that a cotton seedling that sprouted on the moon has been left to die as China’s historic lunar lander continues a freezing night-time nap that will last as long as two earth weeks.  It also announced earlier this week that the seed had germinated inside a special canister aboard the Chang’e-4 probe, after the spacecraft on January 3 made the first-ever landing on the far side of the moon. The mini biosphere, which operated for over 212 hours, was shut down as planned.

    #10. UP Cabinet approved the renaming of Mughalsarai tehsil

    20 January 2019
    The Uttar Pradesh Cabinet approved the proposal to rename the Mughalsarai tehsil after Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay, co-founder of the Bharatiya Jana Sangh. The proposal for renaming the Mughalsarai railway station to Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay junction was initiated in August 2018.  Many places in Uttar Pradesh have got new names under the government of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. In 2018, the state cabinet decided to rename Allahabad city Prayagraj, and Faizabad district was renamed Ayodhya district. The Indian Air Force airport in Gorakhpur was renamed after Maha Yogi Gorakhnath.

    #11. U.S. peace envoy held talks with Qureshi

    20 January 2019
    U.S. special envoy on Afghanistan Zalmay Khalilzad held talks with Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi. They discussed the efforts to speed up the Afghan peace process by involving the Taliban. Mr. Khalilzad is touring the regional countries ahead of a proposed meeting with the Taliban in Saudi Arabia.  Pakistan’s support is considered vital for moving forward the peace process in Afghanistan. Its recent efforts to bring the Taliban to the negotiating table have been recognized by the U.S. and Afghanistan. Earlier, Ms. Khalilzad met External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj in New Delhi on 10th January.

    #12. Airports Authority of India to test remote ATC tower system

    20 January 2019
    The Airports Authority of India (AAI) is to run a pilot project that will in all likelihood see Gujarat’s Ahmedabad and Bhavnagar as the first to do away with manned towers for providing Air Traffic Control (ATC) services at their airports. Earlier, AAI and SAAB signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that the airports would run a pilot deployment of a Remote ATC Tower system where air traffic controllers and the control tower would be replaced by a bank of 16 high-definition, remotely operated, infrared cameras.  SAAB India, which is into defence and aviation, will lead the pilot project that is expected to take a year before it becomes operational. The system is projected as a measure that can help AAI save costs. AAI, which manages more than 120 airports, is expected to operationalize more airfields in the coming months, especially with new routes being added under the regional connectivity scheme.

    #13. Bescom to launch AI powered chatbots

    20 January 2019
    The Bangalore Electricity Supply Company (Bescom) is preparing to launch Artificial Intelligence (AI) powered chatbots to deal with the innumerable calls and messages that its multiple helplines receive when there are power cuts.  The power utility has called for an Expression of Interest from IT service providers to implement the idea on its social media pages, helpline, and app. The chatbots are expected to be utilized in multiple interfaces, such as WhatsApp, social media, and the website.

    #14. CDA said Chilika lake possesses 20 percent of Indias seagrass

    20 January 2019
    Chilika Lake which is located in Odisha is claimed to have 20% of India’s seagrass distribution. The seagrass plays a vital role in oxygen production and absorption of carbon dioxide. It acts as a purifier in aquatic ecology. It should be noted that the seagrass area increases only when the water is clean. Seagrass will rejuvenate fishing ground by providing nursery habitat to important fish species. The Chilika Development Authority (CDA), the apex body for the Lake’s management, reported that the seagrass species such as Holodule uninervis, Holodule pinifolia, Halophila ovalis, Halophila ovata and Halophila beccarii were recorded during annual monitoring of the Chilika Lake. Seagrass distribution has been estimated over an area of 152 sq. km, an increase from 135 sq km.

    #15. Tamil Nadu State Cabinet approved the building rules

    20 January 2019
    Tamil Nadu State Cabinet cleared the Combined Development Regulation and Building Rules. The salient features of the building rules include simplified application forms for planning permission, standardization of development rules and elimination of the scope for discretion on the part of planning authorities.  The State Law Department is carrying out a scrutiny of the Rules. Once the law department approves the Rules, the final order will be issued by the State’s Housing and Urban Development Department.  The State Cabinet also gave its nod to provisional allocations for various departments and the process of preparation of the Budget speech. Chief Minister Edappadi K. Palaniswami chaired the meeting, which was attended by Deputy Chief Minister and Finance Minister O. Panneerselvam and others.

    #16. Swamy appointed Karnataka HC acting CJ

    20 January 2019
    President of India Shri Ram Nath Kovind using the power conferred to him under Article 223 of the Constitution appointed Justice Lingappa Narayana Swamy as the Acting Chief Justice of the Karnataka High Court. He was appointed Acting Chief Justice of the Karnataka High Court following the elevation of the incumbent Chief Justice Dinesh Maheshwari to the Supreme Court. Justice Swamy who began his career as an Advocate in 1987 and practiced in the Karnataka High Court is presently the senior most Judge of the Karnataka High Court.

  • #1. JAXA launched satellite into space to deliver artificial meteors

    19 January 2019
    Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) launched a rocket carrying a satellite on a mission to deliver the world’s first artificial meteor shower into space. ALE Co. Ltd, a start-up based in Tokyo, developed the microsatellite for the celestial show over Hiroshima early 2020 as the initial experiment for what it calls a “shooting stars on demand” service.  The satellite is to release tiny balls that glow brightly as they hurtle through the atmosphere, simulating a meteor shower. They would glow brightly enough to be seen even over the light-polluted metropolis of Tokyo. The rocket carried a total of seven ultra-small satellites that will demonstrate various “innovative” technologies.

    #2. Odisha again seeks special status for Odisha

    19 January 2019
    Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik has again raised the demand for special category status for the State in view of the premise of historical Central neglect and frequent natural calamities.  Mr. Patnaik said that Odisha has made steady progress on the socio-economic development front despite several challenges. Hence providing special category status will further accelerate industrial development and in turn more jobs for youth.  About Special Category Status:  Special Category Status is granted by the National Development Council (NDC). This is to provide certain disadvantaged states with preferential treatment in the form of central assistance and tax breaks. Initially, 3 states namely Assam, Nagaland, and Jammu & Kashmir, were granted the status. Then 8 states namely Arunachal Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Sikkim, Tripura, and Uttarakhand, were added.  

    #3. Haryana announces Shaurya Award for Students

    19 January 2019
    Chief Minister of Haryana, Shri Manohar Lal Khattar announced “Shaurya Award” to students in the name of 71 state police force martyrs who laid down their lives while maintaining law and order and protecting society since the formation of the state in 1966. Prize money of Rs. 11,000 will be given to students for courageous deeds every year in a village block where the school is located under this award. The announcement was made by Manohar Lal Khattar at the first state-level function at National Police Memorial in New Delhi.

    #4. Vinesh Phogat became first Indian athlete to be nominated in Laureus World Comeback of Year Award

    19 January 2019
    Indian female wrestler Vinesh Phogat, who hails from Haryana, became the first Indian athlete to receive a nomination in the prestigious Laureus World Comeback of the Year Award. She was nominated due to her comeback after battling a long injury lay-off to win a gold medal at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games and Jakarta Asian Games. Besides her, US Tour Championship winner Tiger Woods, Canadian snowboarder Mark McMorris, American alpine ski racer Lindsey Vonn, Japanese figure skater Yuzuru Manyu, and Dutch para-snowboarding star Bibian Mentel-Spee have also been nominated for the same.

    #5. India to host the 14th session of the Conference of Parties to United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD)

    19 January 2019
    Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change, India will host the 14th session of the Conference of Parties to United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) in 2019 to address the issues of land degradation and desertification. The event will be participated by more than 100 countries and it is likely to be held in the month of October 2019.

    #6. Nashik in Maharashtra to be the site of the countrys second defence innovation hub after Coimbatore, TN: MoS Defence

    19 January 2019
    Union Minister of State for Defence Subhash Bhamre announced that Nashik in Maharashtra will be the site of the country’s second defence innovation hub after Coimbatore in Tamil Nadu. It was announced at a defence industry stakeholders meeting in Ojhar, Nashik. This is in line with the Defence Ministry’s target of making the country among the top five arms exporters by 2025.

    #7. NGT directed MoEF to examine the effect of hookah on indoor air quality

    19 January 2019
    The National Green Tribunal (NGT) instructed the Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change (MoEF) to examine the effect of hookah on indoor air quality and formulate appropriate standards for the same.  This comes after a petition moved by BJP MLA Manjinder Singh Sirsa seeking a ban on hookahs in bars and restaurants in Delhi. A Bench headed by NGT judicial member Justice Raghuvendra S.Rathore gave the orders while hearing. The green Bench said the tribunal did not have jurisdiction over the matter as currently there are no regulations pertaining to monitoring indoor air quality. Referring to previous judgments by the Delhi High Court, the green tribunal said hookah is covered under the Cigarettes and Other Tobacco Products Act (COPTA) which is beyond the NGT jurisdiction.

    #8. Nagpur, the city of Oranges to host the 4-day 2nd World Orange Festival for the first time

    19 January 2019
    The 4-day 2nd world Orange Festival commenced in Nagpur, the city of oranges, for the first time. The festival will also showcase and brand the exquisite fruit in order to boost its export.

    #9. Centre ordered ITBP to Leh in Jammu and Kashmir

    19 January 2019
    The Centre has ordered moving a strategic Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) command from its current base in Chandigarh to the border of Leh in Jammu and Kashmir, despite the growing concerns over the Chinese military build-up along the eastern flank of the country.  The North West (NW) frontier of the ITBP has been ordered to move by the end of March. The Leh district in the mountains of Jammu and Kashmir is the base for 14 Corps of the Army and the proposed shift will allow better interaction between the two forces for strategic and defence planning.

    #10. India and Mongolia Sign a Powerful MoU at ICMEI

    19 January 2019
    The Embassy of Mongolia and International Chamber of Media and Entertainment Industry (ICMEI), India have further strengthened the relationship between India and Mongolia by signing a MoU in the field of art and culture. The MoU was signed in the presence of H.E. Gonchig Ganbold Ambassador of Mongolia to India and Dr. Sandeep Marwah, President ICMEI. The MoU will enable the two countries to work together on different segments including print, radio, television, cinema, animation, Performing and Fine Arts, tourism, hospitality, education, environment, solar energy, skill development, PR events and advertising, Fashion and Design, and Journalism. During the event, the deserving students from Mongolia were handed over the first scholarship of a short-term course of Asian Academy of Film and Television which also includes boarding and lodging for three months.

    #11. AAI plans to examine early arrivals at the three busiest airports

    19 January 2019
    The Airports Authority of India (AAI) plans to conduct a year-long study to examine early arrivals at the three busiest airports, Delhi, Mumbai and Bengaluru airports, in the country in order to devise ways to improve operational efficiencies.  A study conducted by the AAI between September and November 2018 showed that 20.6% of aircraft arriving at Delhi, Mumbai, and Bengaluru from 80 other airports were landing earlier than their scheduled time.  AAI said that the exercise will help it to collect data, which will be used to optimize block-timings between city-pairs. This will also help AAI to monitor block-timings followed by various airlines during peak and non-peak hours and in different parts of the year. Block-timing refers to the span of time between switching on the aircraft’s engines before take-off and switching them off after landing.

    #12. PIA banned entertainment on flights to Jeddah and Madina

    19 January 2019
    The Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has banned in-flight entertainment for pilgrims travelling to Jeddah and Medina. Instead, it will only play Koranic verses and naats (recitation of poetry praising the Prophet) for them. The decision was taken after considering the peoples’ sentiments. The PIA has also decided to welcome passengers on board with the Qaseeda Burda Sharif (Islamic hymn) playing in the background instead of soft music.

    #13. Reliance Retail, Jio to launch new e-commerce platform

    19 January 2019
    Reliance Industries Ltd Chairman and Managing Director Mukesh Ambani group companies Reliance Retail and Reliance Jio Infocomm would jointly launch a new e-commerce platform in the country.  Gujarat would be the first state to get it in the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

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