GREEN Robotics Builds India’s First Indigenous Drone Defense Dome ‘Indrajal’

1. GREEN Robotics Builds India’s First Indigenous Drone Defense Dome ‘Indrajal’
Defense a private company in the country involved in Grene Robotics ( Grene Robotics ) the magic ( Inderjaal ) indigenous name autonomous drones Defense Dome ( Autonomous Drone Defence Dome claimed forming) system. According to the company, Indrajal can be used for any drones or low flying objects within a radius of 1000-2000 km.succeeded in eliminating it. Indrajal can destroy any drones coming towards the target from a distance. Indrajal is a mobile system, which can be deployed from one place to another, according to the need. It defends the area by assessing and acting on aerial threats such as Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), and low-radar cross section (RCS) targets. For the first time in India, state-of-the-art technologies like UAVs, Smart Swarms, etc. have been used to drop explosives next to the Mi-17 hangar at Jammu Air Base.
2. India ranked 20th in the Global Startup Ecosystem Index 2021
Startup blink ( Startup Blink ) by Global Startup Ecosystem Index ( Global Startup Ecosystem Index ) India’s top 100 countries in 2021 to 20th ranks. The country was ranked 17th in 2019, after which it dropped six places to 23rd in 2020. According to the report, India needs to improve its infrastructure and internet speed to further strengthen its start-up ecosystem. Currently 43 cities in India are listed in the top 1000 globally, with Bengaluru (10th), New Delhi (14th) and Mumbai (16th) in the top 20. Like last year, this year also the US, UK, Israel, Canada and Germany are in the top five and are continuing their lead.
3. ‘Decoding Shankar’ wins Toronto International Women’s Film Festival
Famous composer Shankar Mahadevan ( Shankar Mahadevan ) life and freelance filmmaker about careers glistening pups Sivan ( Deepti Pillay Sivan ) of the foremost documentary, decoding Shankar ( Decoding Shankar ); the recent Toronto International Women’s Film Festival, 2021 in Documentary Volume ( Best Biography)) won the Best Film Award. The 52-minute documentary film released a few years back is a sketch of the life of a prolific musician, focusing on how he balances his career as a singer, composer and teacher. The film tells interesting things about his family life and shares interesting moments about his passion for cooking.
4. Odia poet Rajendra Kishore Panda wins Kuvempu National Award
Kuvempu National Award ( Kuvempu Rashtriya Puraskar ), a national award instituted in the memory of late poet Kuvempu , for the year 2020 by renowned Odia poet Dr. Rajendra Kishore Panda ( Dr. Rajendra Kishore Panda) ) has been provided. The prestigious award comprises a cash prize of Rs 5 lakh, a silver medal, and a certificate. Born on 24 June 1944, Dr. Panda is an Odia language writer. He has published 16 poetry collections and one novel. He is a prominent Indian poet who led the path of modern Odia poetry to great heights. He was awarded the Gangadhar National Award in 2010 and the Sahitya Akademi Award in 1985. He was awarded DLIT by Sambalpur University.
5. India has joined the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development-OECD and the G-20 group of countries to negotiate a global corporate tax rate
India , Economic Cooperation and Development Organization – OECD and the G20 group of countries, corporate tax is included in the global agreement involving rate. According to a press release from the Ministry of Finance, OECD members and the G-20 countries have made a high-level statement that outlines a unanimous solution to the tax challenges posed by the digitization of the economy. The proposed solution has two aspects – reallocation of excess profit to the countries from where the benefits have been derived and applying a minimum tax rate under tax related regulations. However, the technical details of the proposal will be worked out in the coming months and it is expected that a consensus agreement will be ready by October.
6. Government announced to include retail and wholesale business as micro, small and medium enterprises
Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises ( MSME ), Road Transport and Highways Minister Shri Nitin Gadkari the retail and wholesale trade and MSME announced to include the revised guidelines for MSMEs. The revised guidelines will benefit 2.5 crore retail and wholesale traders. Retail and wholesale trade was kept out of the purview of MSMEs till now, but now under the revised guidelines, retail and wholesale trade will also get the benefit of getting loans under priority sector as per Reserve Bank of India (RBI) guidelines. With the revised guidelines, now retail and wholesale traders will be allowed to register on the enterprise registration portal.
7. World Bank increases coronavirus vaccine funding to $20 billion
The World Bank said developing countries to Kovid -19 vaccines to announce additional funding of $ 8 billion is. With this, the total funding available for a COVID-19 vaccine reaches $20 billion . Earlier the World Bank had announced $12 billion for this. This funding will be used over the next 18 months till the end of 2022. World Bank Group President David Malpas ( David Malpass) has also called on countries with surplus doses to release it for use by developing countries and urged vaccine manufacturers to prioritize doses available to developing countries that are in urgent need. In addition, the bank provided more than $4 billion to purchase and deploy COVID vaccines to 51 developing countries, half of which are in Africa.
8. DRDO’s Short Span Bridging System-10M inducted into Indian Army
Defense Research and Development Organization ( DRDO design) and developed 12 short span bridging system ( Ssbis ) – 10 M production lots before the Delhi Cantonment to Cariappa Parade Ground army chief during a ceremony dated July 2, 2021 in General M M Naravane has joined the Indian Army. On this occasion, Defense Research and Development Department secretary and DRDO Chairman Dr. G. Satish Reddywas present. The SSBS-10M provides a 4m wide full road to ensure faster movement of troops and plays an important role in bridging the 9.5m gap with a spain. DRDO’s premier engineering laboratory R&D Establishment , Pune has designed and developed this system in collaboration with M/s L&T Limited . These 12 bridges are part of 102 SSBS-10M from the production agency M/s L&T Ltd.
9. Waco India Kickboxing Federation gets official recognition as National Sports Federation
Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports has decided to recognize Waco India Kickboxing Federation as National Sports Federation ( NSF ) for promotion and development of kickboxing sport in India . The WACO India Kickboxing Federation is affiliated to the World Association of Kickboxing Organizations (WACO), the international federation for the sport of kickboxing. The Executive Board of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) at its meeting on 10 June 2021 has approved the recommendation for Waco to become a fully recognized member of the sport’s Olympic family. Waco is a provisionally recognized member of the IOC since 30 November 2018. Full recognition of WAKO will be finalized during the IOC session in Tokyo in July 2021.
10. Nashik’s community radio station for helping students continue their studies without smartphones wins National Award
Information and Broadcasting Ministry established by the National Community Radio Awards in the 8th edition in Nashik , Maharashtra, a community radio station ‘ Radio confidence ‘ has won two awards. Radio Vishwas 90.8 FM won the first prize in the category ” Sustainability Model Awards ” and ” Thematic Awards ” in its program ‘ Education for All in the era of COVID-19” won the second prize for Radio Vishwas is run by Vishwas Meditation Prabodhini and Research Institute, Nashik, Maharashtra. Broadcasting is being done from this radio station since the inception of this institute. The station broadcasts 14 hours a day. This community radio station, which won the award for ‘Shikshan Sarvansathi’ (Education for All) under the Thematic Awards category, started in June 2020 to provide free education to students of class III to X during the difficult times of COVID-19. it was done.
11. Dr. Harsh Vardhan addresses the 17th World Congress for Cervical Pathology and Colposcopy
Union Minister of Health and Family Welfare, Dr. Harsh Vardhan , 17th World Congress for Cervical Pathology and Colposcopy through video-conferenceAddressing eminent doctors, professors of medical sciences and stalwarts of the medical community with expertise in Cervical Pathology and Colposcopy. The event, organized by the Indian Society of Colposcopy and Cervical Pathology, was inaugurated by the Vice President, Shri Venkaiah Naidu. Dr. Harsh Vardhan congratulated the Indian Society of Colposcopy and Cervical Pathology for bringing pioneering training in Colposcopy and Cervical Pathology and treatment of precancerous lesions of (cervix) cervical cancer and the prestigious World Congress for the first time in Asia. He added that the main theme of the World Congress “Eradication of Cervical Cancer: A Call to Action” is in line with the World Organization’s call for the elimination of cervical cancer by 2030.
12. 7th Indian Ocean Naval Symposium (IONS)
The 7th edition of the Indian Ocean Naval Symposium ( IONS ), a biennial event, held from 28 June to 01 July 2021 at La Reunion , French NavyOrganized by. Indian Navy Chief Admiral Karambir Singh virtually participated in the inaugural session of the event and congratulated the outgoing and visiting Admirals. Planned by the Indian Navy in 2008, IONS seeks to enhance maritime cooperation among the navies of the littoral countries of the Indian Ocean region by providing an open and inclusive forum for the discussion of regionally relevant maritime issues, thus leading to the future. shared understanding of. IONS is chaired by India (2008-10), United Arab Emirates (2010-12), South Africa (2012-14), Australia (2014-16), Bangladesh (2016-18) and Islamic Republic of Iran (2018-21). is of. France took over as the president on 29 June 2021 for a two-year term.
13. Arun Jaitley National Institute of Financial Management (AJNIFM) partners with Microsoft to create AI and Emerging Technology Center of Excellence
Arun Jaitley National Institute of Financial Management ( AJNIFM ) and Microsoft signed a draft paper. Under this partnership Ajeanaifm AI and emerging technologies in the Center of Excellence will be built. The partnership seeks to explore the role of cloud, AI and emerging technologies in transforming and reshaping the future of public finance management in India.
14. Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister launched ‘YSR Insurance’ scheme
Andhra Pradesh ‘s chief minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy ( YS Jagan Mohan Reddy ) the ‘new guidelines YSR Insurance launched’ plan, the government will pay directly to the insurance amount to the victim’s family own simplify insurance claims. To support 1.32 lakh families through the YSR Bima Yojana, the state government allocated Rs 750 crore for the year 2021-22. In the last two years, the state government has spent Rs 1307 crore for YSR insurance.
15. J&K Chief Secretary inaugurates helpline “Sukoon”
Jammu and Kashmir Chief Secretary, Arun Kumar Mehta ( Arun Kumar Mehta ) by the first battalion of SDRF at its headquarters 24 × 7 Mental Health Helpline ‘ comfort ( SUKOON inaugurated). This initiative, launched by SDRF 1st Battalion Kashmir in collaboration with Mission Youth J&K and Department of Tourism, will guide the caller to avail the services of Clinical Psychologists, Physicians, Counselors and Psychiatrists.
16. Lt Governor Launches “Hausla – Inspiring Every Growth” in J&K
Lieutenant Governor of Jammu and Kashmir , Manoj Sinha ( Manoj Sinha ) said “a comprehensive program to stimulate female entrepreneurship in UT Husla- Inspairing every growth ( HAUSLA- Inspiring Her Growth)”. The priority of the government is to systematically bridge the gap between female and male entrepreneurs and encourage women, who are currently engaged in various professions, to become a part of the ‘Hausla’ programme. The innovative initiative aims at empowering women entrepreneurs by identifying them as role models, providing them with markets, networks, training and ongoing support and subsequently creating an ecosystem to inspire other local women entrepreneurs. Empowering the Union Territory as an important driver of the overall development process.
17. Researchers discovered black-bellied coral snake in the forests of Uttarakhand
Researchers for the first time in the history of the state forests of black-bellied coral snakes ( Black-Bellied Coral Snakes have discovered). The snake belongs to the Elapidae family and the Sinomirurus genus. Its scientific name is S. nigriventer. It was found in Bhadraraj block of Benog Wildlife Sanctuary (BWS) in Mussoorie Forest Division. There are currently 107 species of coral snakes in the world. Only seven coral snake species are found in India. According to the report of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare on the management of snakebites, there are more than 2000 species of snakes in the world. About 300 of these species are found in India, of which 52 are venomous. Venomous snakes of India belong to three families ‘Elapidae’, ‘Viperidae’ and Hydrophidae’ (sea snakes).
18. Indian Navy warship conducts military exercise with South Korean ship
Indian Navy warship conducts military exercise with South Korean ship in East China Sea . The Naval Partnership exercise aims to enhance interoperability and facilitate exchange of best practices with partner navies in the maritime domain. Indian Navy’s indigenous ASW corvette INS Kiltan conducted an exercise with Republic of Korea ship ROKS Gyeongnam, a Daegu-class frigate, on 28 June.
19. Rafale unveils Sea Breaker AI missile with 300 km range
Israel has the fifth generation of the C-breaker ( Sea Breaker ) is introduced to the world the missile. This missile has been made by the Israeli weapons manufacturer Rafael Advanced Defense Systems . This missile can be fired from sea ​​or land which is 300 km.Capable of destroying enemy within range of. Sea Breaker is the fifth generation long-range, autonomous precision guided missile system. The Sea Breaker missile is equipped with electro-optics, computer vision, artificial intelligence and decision-making algorithms. In such a situation, if the missile has to change its target even at the last moment, then it will not have any problem. Being precision guided, this missile is capable of hitting the target with great accuracy. It is fitted with an advanced IIR (Imaging Infra-red) seeker, which can hit fixed or moving targets on land or at sea with pin point accuracy. It can be fired from any military base on the ground or from a warship. The Sea Breaker missile can be launched from multiple platforms of the Navy. It includes a fast attack missile boat, Corvettes and frigates are also included. This missile can be fitted in Spyder launchers to protect the sea shores. This missile can be fired in all types of weather.
20. Flipkart launches Shopsy to enable over 25 million online entrepreneurs
Flipkart ( Flipkart ) has Shopsy launched app name, that your no investment Indians online businesswill enable you to start. Flipkart aims to enable over 25 million online entrepreneurs with the help of Shopsy by 2023. Shopsy users will be able to share catalogs of a wide selection of 150 million products offered by Flipkart sellers. These users can share catalogs with potential customers, place orders on their behalf, and earn commissions on transactions through popular social media and messaging apps. These are in fashion, beauty, mobile, electronics and home, with potential customers through popular social media and messaging apps. Shopsy aims to empower e-commerce for the communities and third-party channels where these users spend time/trust.
21. ICICI Bank launches ‘Salute Doctors’ banking solution for doctors
ICICI Bank has launched India’s most comprehensive banking solution for medical doctors . ‘ Salute Doctors ( Salute Doctors are) the name solution to every doctor offers value with customized banking-added services, ranging from a medical student owns a senior medical consultant from the hospital or clinic . The solutions, mostly digital and instant, are designed to meet the professional, business, lifestyle and money banking needs of doctors and their families. The initiative is powered by ICICI Stack, a digital banking platform with around 500 services, which helps the customers of the bank to avail services digitally and seamlessly.
22. Union Minister Prakash Javadekar inaugurates six technological innovation platforms through virtual medium
Minister of Heavy Industries & Public Enterprises and Information & Broadcasting Prakash Javadekar inaugurated six technology innovation platforms in a virtual manner. Speaking on the occasion, he said that these platforms will form the basis of identified core technology for current and future requirements in manufacturing, capital goods and many other sectors. Shri Javadekar said that innovation and high technology are essential for development. The utility created through innovation brings prosperity to the nation, he said. These six technology platforms were developed by IIT Madras , Central Institute of Manufacturing Technology ( CMTI ), International Center for Automotive Technology ( ICAT ),HMT along with Automotive Research Association of India ( ARAI ), BHEL and IISc Bangalore . The forum will focus on developing technology for world-class competitive manufacturing in India. The platform provides technical solutions to industry (including OEMs, tier I, tier II and tier III companies and raw material manufacturers), startups, domain experts/professionals, R&D institutions and academics (colleges and universities) on manufacturing technology issues. , suggestions, expert opinion etc. In addition, it will facilitate exchange of knowledge on research and development and other technical aspects. More than 39000 students, experts, institutions, industries and laboratories have already registered on these forums.
23. Vice President emphasizes on the importance of studying wildlife and better understanding of diseases transmitted from animals to humans
Vice President Venkaiah Naidu said the protection of species getting extinct emphasis on a better understanding of diseases of importance for wildlife study and spread to humans from animals properly. Hyderabad in CSIR Center for Cellular and Molecular Biology – CCMB lab protection of endangered species Lackones Vice conversations with scientists said research institutions such Lackones-CCMB and zoo will have to work together. He visited the laboratory and saw the main facilities for wildlife conservation in Lacones. He wrote by Lacones and the Central Zoo Authority .Also released a book on ‘ Introduction to Genetic Resource Banks for Wildlife Conservation ‘.
24. India’s oldest newspaper in 200, Mumbai News
July 1 , the newspaper of India’s oldest running Mumbai News ( Mumbai Samachar ) entered its 200th year. The Gujarati newspaper , whose office is located in an iconic red building at Horniman Circle in the Fort area of ​​Mumbai, was first published in 1822 . Established a Parsi scholar Frdunji Murajhban ( Fardoonji Murazban did) had, who experimented with several other publishing options before landing on the successful printing. In Gujarati, it was formerly called Bombay Samachar , this newspaper is always Mumbai Na News.runs as. It was started as a weekly edition, mainly containing news about the movement of goods across the ocean and other business news, such as property sales, and was handed over to the Cama family due to bankruptcy in 1933. Passed by many hands till he left.
25. Former Haryana Chief Minister Om Prakash Chotala released from Tihar Jail
Haryana ‘s former chief minister and Indian National Lok Dal president Om Prakash Chotala to complete the necessary formalities have been released from jail. He was jailed for ten years in the JBT teacher recruitment scam case. Chotala, 86, was on parole. Last month, the Delhi government had given six months’ remission to ten years’ jailed prisoners due to the Kovid epidemic. According to government sources, Mr. Chotala has completed 9 years and 9 months of his sentence and was eligible to come out of jail. Mr. Chotala was sentenced to ten years in the teacher recruitment scam in 2013.
26. World UFO Day: 02 July
World UFO Day ( World UFO Day – WUD ) every year on July 2 is conducted globally. The day is dedicated to the existence of Unknown Flying Objects (UFOs) by the World UFO Day Organization (WUFODO). The purpose of WUD is to raise awareness of the existence of UFOs and to encourage people to think about the possibility of not being alone in the universe. Initially, this day was celebrated on 24 June. Later, WUFODO was established on 2nd July to celebrate this day.
27. World Sports Journalists Day: 02 July
World Sports Journalists Day ( World Sports Journalists Day ) every year on July 2 is celebrated globally. The day aims to acknowledge the work of sports journalists and encourage them to do better in their work. Sports journalists help millions of people around the world to get information about various sports. This professional has helped in the development of a variety of sports all over the world. These journalists have their own associations to maintain their standards in their profession. It is celebrated all over the world and united by the International Sports Press Association.
28. National Chartered Accountants Day: July 1
National Chartered Accountants Day ( National Chartered Accountants Day ) or CA Day every year on July 1st is celebrated. This day is celebrated to commemorate the establishment of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) by the Indian Parliament in 1949. CA Day is celebrated every year to honor Chartered Accountants on the day of the establishment of ICAI. ICAI is the national professional accounting body of India and the second largest accounting organization in the world. The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) was established on 1st July in the year 1949 under an Act passed by Parliament.
29. National Postal Workers Day: 01 July
Society postal personnel in respect of service to each year by July 1 to globally on National Postal Worker’s Day ( National Postal Worker Day ) is observed. The day is a unique opportunity to say ‘thank you’ not only to the postmen but also to all the delivery personnel, as online shopping has become a lifeline for many of us. The day was started in 1997 by a popular postal service provider from Seattle, United States of America to congratulate and honor the co-postal workers for their dedication.
30. Former India footballer Prasanna passes away
Former footballer M Prasannan ( M Prasannan ) has died. A talented midfielder of the 1970s, he shared the dressing room with legends of Indian football such as Inder Singh and Doraiswamy Natraj. He played for Kerala, Maharashtra and Goa in the Santosh Trophy National Football Championship.
31. Filmmaker Raj Kaushal passes away
” Wedding sweet ‘and’ sometimes love like” directed films film that producer Raj Kaushal ( Raj Kaushal died). They actor-TV Presentr Mandira ( Mandira Bedi married). Apart from directing, Kaushal also produced the acclaimed 2005 drama “My Brother… Nikhil” by filmmaker Onir starring Sanjay Suri and Juhi Chawla. His last directorial venture was the 2006 thriller, “Who is Anthony?”, starring Arshad Warsi and Sanjay Dutt. was.
32. Editor of ‘Sudharma’ Sanskrit daily K.V. Sampath Kumar passes away
‘ Sudharma ( Sudharma )’ Sanskrit daily editor KV Sampath Kumar ( KV Sampath Kumar ) has passed away. He, along with his wife, was selected for the Padma Shri by the Government of India in 2020 for his contribution in the field of literature and education . He has also received many awards like Siddharudha Award , Shivratri Deshikendra Media Award , Abdul Kalam Award and others. ‘Sudharma’ introduced Sampath Kumar’s father Pandit Varadaraja Iyengar ( Pandit Varadaraja Iyengar ) was in 1970. Sudharma World’s only Sanskrit dailyWhich is printed and published from Mysore .