1.PM handed over two small drones of Light Combat Helicopter to the Air Force
Recently, the Prime Minister also launched two miniature drones (‘ SWITCH 10 UAV ‘ and ‘ MR-20 ‘ ) indigenously built Light Combat Helicopters ( HAL’s LCH ) by Indian startups.) handed over to the Air Force. The LCH is mainly built under the ‘Make in India’ scheme with the participation of private industry. The LCH is a new instrument for the Helicopter Division of Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL). This twin engine helicopter is a dedicated combat helicopter of 5 to 8 ton class. The LCH incorporates advanced technologies and stealth facilities for effective combat roles and is designed to meet roles such as enemy air defence, counterintelligence, exploration and rescue, anti-tank, counter surface force operations, etc. . LCH is the only attack helicopter in the world which is 5, Can land and take off with a considerable load of weapons and fuel at an altitude of 000 m. It is also effective in temperatures ranging from minus 50 °C on snowy peaks to 50 °C in the desert. The LCH will eventually be deployed in service along the Line of Actual Control with China in addition to the AH-64E Apache helicopters. The Switch 1.0 UAV with its unparalleled capabilities of 1.5 hours flight duration and 15 km can fly at altitudes of over 4500 meters. It has an endurance of about 90 minutes and will support surveillance operations of the Indian Army under harsh environments and extreme altitudes for day and night surveillance along India’s borders. The MR-20 hexacopter drone is capable of carrying a load of up to 20 kg. It will be used to transport food, essential commodities, emergency medical aid, ammunition and weapons to troops stationed at high altitudes in forward areas. With its unparalleled capabilities of 5 hours flight duration and 15 kms it can fly at altitudes of over 4500 meters. It has an endurance of about 90 minutes and will support surveillance operations of the Indian Army under harsh environments and extreme altitudes for day and night surveillance along India’s borders. The MR-20 hexacopter drone is capable of carrying a load of up to 20 kg. It will be used to transport food, essential commodities, emergency medical aid, ammunition and weapons to troops stationed at high altitudes in forward areas. With its unparalleled capabilities of 5 hours flight duration and 15 kms it can fly at altitudes of over 4500 meters. It has an endurance of about 90 minutes and will support surveillance operations of the Indian Army under harsh environments and extreme altitudes for day and night surveillance along India’s borders. The MR-20 hexacopter drone is capable of carrying a load of up to 20 kg. It will be used to transport food, essential commodities, emergency medical aid, ammunition and weapons to troops stationed at high altitudes in forward areas.
2.MSMEs launched Special Credit Linked Capital Subsidy Scheme (SCLCSS) for service sector
Recently Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) has for the services sector in particular Credit Linked Capital Subsidy Scheme ( Special Credit Linked Capital Subsidy Scheme- SCLCSS) is started. The scheme will help in meeting the technological requirements of the enterprises in the service sector. In this, there is a provision of 25% capital subsidy (subsidy) for the purchase of plant and machinery and service equipment for the purchase of plant and machinery and service equipment for the micro and small enterprises belonging to the Scheduled Castes / Scheduled Tribes without any sector-specific restrictions. The scheme will help MSEs to upgrade technology, improve the quality of services by MSMEs, increase productivity and promote a culture of continuous improvement. It will also promote innovation, digital empowerment and design interventions in MSMEs.
3.Project Coordinator: Orissa
The ‘ New National Education Policy-2020 ‘ emphasizes on teaching in the mother tongue in primary classes . However, when this provision is viewed in the context of the diverse language base of the tribal people, the task appears to be quite difficult. In such a scenario, Odisha ‘s decade-long experiment in multilingual education can prove to be important. The most important aspect of ‘ Mother Tongue Based Multilingual Education ‘ ( MTBMLE ) is that it helps in saving the endangered tribal languages. The Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes Development Department of the Government of Odisha has issued ‘ Samhita ‘A project called ‘ It will address the linguistic issues faced by tribal students in the elementary classes. Under this the department plans to cover around 2.5 lakh students in 1,450 primary schools in the state. The project is being implemented in collaboration with the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes Research and Training Institute (SCSTRTI) and the Tribal Language and Culture Academy (ATLC), Bhubaneswar.
4.Quit smoking rate very low in India: Report
The report of the International Commission to Reignite the Fight Against Smoking was recently published. This report was produced using secondary data from sources such as the World Bank. India ranks second in the number of smokers in the age group of 16 to 64 years . India is one of the countries where the rate of quitting smoking is lowest.Is. This report notes that China and India have 500 million tobacco users between the ages of 16 and 64. The prevalence of tobacco among men is three times higher than that of women in India. India has the highest rates of use of smokeless tobacco and oral cancer worldwide. 37% of Indian respondents wanted to change behavior with a plan to quit smoking. The quit smoking rate for men is less than 20 percent. Around 1.14 billion people worldwide still use tobacco, which is responsible for 8 million deaths. According to this report, almost all countries have banned the marketing and direct sale of tobacco products to children. However, in low- to middle-income countries, these restrictions are not strictly enforced.
5.INS Visakhapatnam commissioned into the Indian Navy
Recently ‘ INS Visakhapatnam ‘ has been formally inducted into the Indian Navy . INS Visakhapatnam is a ‘ P15B ‘ stealth-guided missile destroyer . It is indigenously designed by the Indian Navy’s in-house organization ‘ Directorate of Naval Design ‘ and manufactured by Mazgaon Dock Shipbuilders Limited , Mumbai.done by. It is noteworthy that a total of four warships (Visakhapatnam, Mormugao, Imphal, Surat) have been planned by the Navy under ‘P-15B’. The contract for the construction of these four ships was signed in the year 2011. These ships are the world’s most technologically advanced stealth guided missile destroyers with state-of-the-art weapon/sensor packages, advanced stealth features and high levels of automation. Destroyers like the ‘P-15B’ class can play an important role in large oceans like the Indo-Pacific, helping the Indian Navy to become an important power.
6.Tamil Nadu government constitutes Fintech governing council
In an effort to become a global fintech hub , the Tamil Nadu government has set up a ‘ Fintech Governing Council ‘ under the chairmanship of Industries Minister ‘ Thangam Thennarasu ‘.’ is formed. The council will also include senior bureaucrats from various departments of the state government. Fintech – short form of ‘financial technology’. The use of technology in financial operations can be termed as ‘fintech’. The term fintech is used to refer to new technologies that attempt to bring about autonomy in the use, improvement and autonomy of financial services. Some of the major components of fintech are digital payments, digital loans, bank tech, insure tech, and cryptocurrencies. Fintech is one such emerging sector which is being strongly promoted by the Government of Tamil Nadu. The Tamil Nadu government has already planned an investment of Rs 165 crore to establish Chennai as a ‘fintech’ city.
7.Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu released the book ‘Srimadramayanam’
Vice President . M. Venkaiah Naidu said in Hyderabad in Srimdramayanm (Srimadramayanam) released the book ‘. It has been written by Sasikiranacharya . It is about Lord Rama’s leadership, good governance and rule of law. He also underlined the need to popularize literary works and poetic works of various Indian languages among the youth.
8.Beryl Thanga received Manipur State Award for her novel
Novelist Beryl Thanga (Beryl Thanga) Their book – E Amadi Adungegi Itht ( Ei Amadi Adungeigi Ithat ) ‘(I and then the island – I and the then island) literature for the 2020 12th Manipur state award is received. Governor of Manipur La. Ganesanpresented the award to the 65-year-old author for his novel published in 2015. The award consists of a plaque, a citation, Rs. 3 lakh (in cheque) and a shawl. The awardee (Beryl Thanga) was selected for the year 2020 by a board of eminent persons set up by the government. The Governor said that Manipuri language is one of the 22 scheduled languages under the Constitution of India. It is considered the most advanced of the Tibeto-Burman languages spoken in India.
9.WB Report: India becomes world’s largest recipient of remittances
The World Bank ‘s latest report, ” World Bank Remittance Prices Worldwide database ( World Bank’s Remittance Prices Worldwide Database in accordance with), India USD 87 billion in 2021 received remittances by the largest recipient in the world has become. The United States (US) was its largest source, accounting for over 20% of these funds. India is followed by China, Mexico, Philippines and Egypt. In India, remittances are projected to grow by 3% to USD 89.6 billion in 2022.
10.Smriti Irani wrote her first novel ‘Lal Salaam: A Novel’
Union Minister for Women and Child Development, Smriti Zubin Irani is all set to release her debut novel Lal Salaam: A Novel in November 2021 . The novel is inspired by the killing of 76 Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel during a Maoist attack in Dantewada , Chhattisgarh in April 2010 . This book is a tribute to those who have served the nation throughout their lives.
11.BWF presents Prakash Padukone with Lifetime Achievement Award
Indian badminton legend Prakash Padukone has been selected for the prestigious 2021 Lifetime Achievement Award by the Badminton World Federation ( BWF ) Council . The former world No 1 player has already been honored with the Badminton Association of India (BAI) Lifetime Achievement Award in 2018. Padukone is the first Indian to win a medal at the World Championships in the 1983 Copenhagen tournament.
12.PM Modi visited Mahoba and Jhansi districts of Uttar Pradesh
Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited Mahoba and Jhansi in Uttar Pradesh .Dedicated various development projects in the district to the nation. In Mahoba, the Prime Minister inaugurated several projects with a cumulative cost of over Rs 3250 crores related to alleviating the issue of water scarcity in the region. These projects include the Arjun Sahayak Project, the Ratauli Weir Project, the Bhawani Dam Project and the Mazhgaon–Chilli Sprinkler Project. In Jhansi, the Prime Minister laid the foundation stone of 600 MW Ultramega Solar Power Park at Garautha, which has been constructed at a cost of over Rs 3000 crore. He also inaugurated Atal Ekta Park in Jhansi, which was named after former Prime Minister Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee. about 40 to the park, It has been built at a cost of over Rs 11 crore in an area of 000 square meters. It also houses the statue of Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee, which was built by the famous sculptor Shri Ram Sutar, the architect of the Statue of Unity. The Prime Minister also participated in the ‘Rashtra Raksha Samparpan Parv’ organized by the Ministry of Defense at Jhansi Fort.
13.Alexander Zverev wins Vienna Tennis Open 2021
German professional tennis player Alexander “Sasha” Zvereva ( Alexander “Sascha” Zverev ) the United States (USA) and Francis Tiafo (Frances Tiafoe) beat Vienna Open 2021 or Arst Bank Open 2021 fifth ATP title of the season (2021) and Won 18th title overall. Currently, Alexander Zverev is ranked third in the ATP world rankings. Robert Farah of Colombia and Juan Sebastian Cabal defeated Joe Salisbury of United Kingdom (UK) and Rajiv Ram of USA at Erste Bank Open 2021 Won the doubles competition.
14.AB de Villiers announces retirement from all forms of cricket
South Africa ‘s former captain AB de Villiers (AB de Villiers) has retired from all forms of cricket has announced. He had already retired from international cricket in 2018. However, AB de Villiers still plays for Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) in the Indian Premier League (IPL) since joining the franchise in 2011.were playing in. The 37-year-old made the announcement, ending a 17-year career that saw him play in 114 Tests, 228 ODIs and 78 T20Is for the Proteas. AB de Villiers has played 156 matches for RCB and scored 4,491 runs. He is the second all-time leading run-scorer after Virat Kohli and has the second and third highest individual runs in the history of RCB with 133* against Mumbai Indians (in 2015) and 129* against Gujarat Lions (in 2016).
15.World Remembrance Day 2021 for Road Traffic Victims
Road traffic victims World Remembrance Day ( World Day Of Remembrance For Road Traffic Victims ) every year on the third Sunday in the month of November is celebrated. In 2021, World Remembrance Day for Road Traffic Victims is being observed on 21 November 2021 . The theme of World Remembrance Day 2021 for Road Traffic Victims is “ACT for LOW SPEEDS / ACT for LOW-SPEED STREETS”. The day aims to remember those killed and injured on the streets with their families, friends and other affected people. The day was initiated by the British road accident victim charity, Roadpeace in 1993 and was adopted by the United Nations General Assembly in 2005.
16.World Television Day: 21 November
Every year on 21 November , ‘ World Television Day ‘ is organized to highlight the importance of television globally . Television has been one of the most important sources of entertainment since its invention. Along with entertainment, it is playing an equally important role in educating and informing people. The United Nations organized its first ‘World Television Forum’ in November 1996. Prominent media personalities took part in the forum, where they discussed the growing importance of television globally. During the organization of this event, the United Nations General Assembly decided to celebrate 21 November every year as ‘World Television Day’. Scottish engineer John Logie Baird invented the TVdid in the year 1924. Three decades after this invention, television was introduced for the first time in India on 15 September 1959 with the help of ‘United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization’ (UNESCO).
17.World Children’s Day: 20 November
World Children’s Day is celebrated every year on 20 November to promote international solidarity, awareness among children around the world and to improve the welfare of children . November 20 is an important date as it dates back to 1959 when the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Declaration of the Rights of the Child. 2021 is the 32nd anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child. World Children’s Day 2021 Theme: A better future for every child .