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1.G-33 informal ministerial meeting held online in Indonesia

G-33 of the informal ministerial meeting online Indonesia went held. In this meeting, the primary issues related to the agricultural policy of the G-33 and the issues of the 12th Ministerial meeting to be held from 30 November to 3 December this year were discussed. The informal ministerial meeting was chaired by Indonesia’s Trade Minister Muhammad Lutfi . Dr. Ngoji Okonjo Iwela , Director of the World Trade Organization delivered the keynote address. A total of 47 delegates from 21 countries including India participated in the meeting. Union Minister of Commerce and Industry Piyush GoyalThe Indian delegation chaired by the Shri Goyal said that in order to build confidence for the 12th Ministerial Meeting, the G-33 should make efforts for a permanent positive solution of public storage for food security.

2.PM addresses the plenary session of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization Council Summit in Dushanbe

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the SCO (Shanghai Cooperation Organization) summit via video conferencing on 17 September . On the 20th anniversary of SCO, PM Modi first welcomed Iran as a new member country of SCO. Along with this, PM Modi also introduced three new countries Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Qatar.also welcomed. In his statement, PM Modi said, the biggest challenges before us are related to lack of peace, security and trust. The root cause of these problems is the growing fundamentalism. India was represented in Dushanbe by External Affairs Minister Dr. S. Jaishankar is doing This is the first SCO summit to be held in a hybrid format and the fourth summit in which India is participating as a full member. The summit is expected to review the activities of the organization over the past two decades and discuss current issues of regional and international importance, including the possibilities of cooperation among the member states. The SCO is a permanent inter-governmental international organization that aims to maintain peace, security and stability in the region concerned. The creation of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) was announced on June 15, 2001. Initially, the SCO consisted of six countries – Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Russia, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. After the joining of India and Pakistan in the year 2017, the number of its members increased to eight.

3.15th edition of Indo-Nepal joint exercise Surya Kiran will begin from September 20 in Pithoragarh (Uttarakhand)

The 15th edition of Indo-Nepal joint military training exercise Surya Kiran is starting from 20 September 2021 in Pithoragarh (Uttarakhand) . During this exercise, an infantry battalion of the Indian Army and a military force equivalent to the Nepalese Army will share their experiences of conducting various anti-terrorist operations in their respective countries over a long period of time. This joint military training will go a long way in improving bilateral relations and will be a major step towards further strengthening the traditional friendship between the two countries. The last edition of Exercise Surya Kiran was conducted in Nepal in 2019.

4.TRIFED has signed an MoU with Innovation and Technology Transfer Establishment (FITT) of IIT-Delhi and M/s Rasika Beverages to commercialize Mahua Nutra Beverages in the state of Jharkhand.

TRIFED has entered into a collaboration project with the Establishment of Innovation and Technology Transfer (FITT) , a unit set up by IIT Delhi . The project TRIFED has Faiaiti and Jharkhand ‘s East Singhbhum in M Rasika Beverages Pvt Ltd heritage of Jharkhand with Pey- Mahua Nutr beverage agreement for the commercialization of production. TRIFED, as the nodal organization working for the empowerment of tribals, is concentrating its efforts on finding new ways to improve the lives and livelihoods of the tribal people. TRIFED, FITT and Rasika Beverages launched Mahua in the state on 16th September, 2021. have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to work together to enhance the income of the tribals of Jharkhand through commercial production and sale of Mahua Nutre Drink, a value-added product made from the flower of K.

5.Railways launched a scheme for industry based skill training to 50 thousand youth

Railway Minister Ashwani Vaishnav by rail skills development plan , saying the launch that it PM Narendra Modi lies vision. He said that through this scheme, 50 thousand youth would be given industry based skill training at 75 places located in remote areas of the country.Will be given. The Railway Minister said that this training program of training 50 thousand youth is a birthday gift from Indian Railways to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Under Rail Kaushal Vikas Yojana, training will be given in four areas including Electrician, Fitter, Machinist and Welder. To get the benefit of Rail Kaushal Vikas Yojana, the age of the youth should be between 18 to 35 years and the youth should have passed high school. The youth will be selected according to the option of trade on the basis of merit from the percentage of high school marks. By getting this training, the candidate will be able to get employment or employment in companies. The training provided under this scheme is free of cost. Certificates will also be given to the youth after the training. This training will be provided through various training centres.

6.Union Agriculture Minister inaugurates Nutri-Cereal Stakeholder’s Conference in Hyderabad

Indian Kdnn Research Institute, Hyderabad by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) , Agriculture and Farmers Welfare Ministry , Agricultural Research and the Department of Education and Policy Commission to jointly organized a two-day ” nutri-grain Stakeholder Conference launched the” Union Agriculture and Farmer Welfare Minister Shri Narendra Singh Tomar did this. It is organized in the International Nutri-Cereal Year 2023.To commemorate the birthday of the Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi. One lakh farmers and teams of Central Agricultural Universities and State Agricultural Universities and hundreds of Indian Council of Agricultural Research scientists and agricultural students were connected virtual in large numbers from the Mahasammelan, present in about seven and a half hundred Krishi Vigyan Kendras (KVKs) across the country. . In all these places, more than 71 thousand saplings were planted on the occasion of Prime Minister’s birthday. In each KVK, dishes made of nutritious cereals were distributed to the girls and seeds were distributed to the farmers.

7.’Tarball’ spotted lying off Mumbai coast

Balls formed due to the recent oil spill, also known as ‘ tarballs ‘, are located off the Mumbai coast.seen lying on the edge of Tarballs are sticky balls of dark oil that are often formed when crude oil floats on the surface of the ocean. They are formed due to the weathering of crude oil in the marine environment. Many of these balls are as big as a basketball, while others are small circular. These are carried to the beaches by ocean currents and waves. The presence of tarballs in most places indicates an oil leak. However, their annual presence on the west coast during the monsoon has prompted marine biologists and experts to investigate the matter. Explosion of oil wells, accidental and deliberate leakage of bilges from ships, river runoff, Discharge through municipal sewage and industrial effluents are also responsible for the formation of tarballs. After reaching the beaches, the ‘tarballs’ can be picked up by hand or by machinery used for beach cleaning.

8.DBS Bank ties up with SWIFT

DBS Bank (DBS Bank) by Swift Global Payments Innovation ( SWIFT Global Payments Innovation – GPI ) in partnership with the payments across the border to their corporate customers with real-time online tracking ( Real-Time Online Tracking) is started. This service can be availed by using the Bank’s Corporate Online Banking Platform ‘DBS IDEAL’. DBS is the first bank in India and Asia-Pacific to offer this service to corporate customers at no extra cost. The new inbound tracking service by DBS Bank will allow corporate customers to see when the payment is due and when it is reaching the beneficiary, which in turn will reduce operational costs and inefficiencies. The initiative is expected to benefit approximately 4,000 corporate and small business clients in India, Singapore, Hong Kong, China, Taiwan, Indonesia and Vietnam.

9.Paytm Payments Bank launches FASTag based metro parking facility

Paytm Payments Bank Limited ( Paytm Payments Bank Ltd – PPBL ) by Delhi Metro Rail Corporation ( Delhi Metro Rail Corporation – DMRC ) partnership at Kashmere Gate Metro station in India’s first Fastag-based Metro parkinghas started. Paytm Payments Bank will be the acquiring bank to facilitate the processing of all FASTag-based transactions for cars with a valid FASTag sticker, thereby eliminating the hassle of stopping at the counter and making cash payments. Parking Suvidha is an initiative to accept payments through UPI (Unified Payment Interface) mode, which has been launched for two wheelers entering the parking lot. PPBL will digitize parking facilities across the country, with the Kashmere Gate Metro station being the first station to be powered by the bank’s digital payment solution.

10.RBI announces opening of third cohort under regulatory sandbox

The Reserve Bank of India has announced the theme for the third group under the Regulatory Sandbox (RS) as ‘ MSME Lending ‘. The application for Third Cohort will be kept open from 01 October 2021 to 14 November 2021. Regulatory sandbox (RS) refers to live testing of new products or services in a controlled/tested regulatory environment for which regulators may or may not allow certain regulatory exemptions for the limited purpose of testing. Earlier RBI has launched two cohorts under regulatory sandbox:

  1. First Cohort: The first cohort under the regulatory sandbox was launched by RBI in December 2020 with the theme ‘Retail Payments’. Six entities have completed the trial phase of the cohort.
  2. Second Cohort: The second cohort under the regulatory sandbox was announced by RBI in December 2020 as ‘Cross Border Payments’. Eight institutions have been selected for the ‘Test Phase’.

11.NIOS conferred with UNESCO Literacy Prize

Ministry of Education conducted by National Institute of Open Schooling ( National Institute Of Open Schooling – NIOS ) for its innovative approach to education UNESCO (UNESCO)has gained global recognition. This recognition is for educating people with disabilities through technology-enabled inclusive learning materials. NIOS’s move has a special focus on Indian Sign Language based content. By conferring the King Sejong Literacy Prize to NIOS, the jury has recognized the value of providing for the unique educational and language needs of PWD learners by developing sign language instructional materials through digital mode. The award-winning program focuses on the use of digital tools and local language to give persons with disabilities an option to access Indian Sign Language (ISL) based content.

12.Raja Randhir Singh appointed as Acting President of Asia Olympic Council

India Raja Randhir Singh ( Raja Randhir Singh ) has OCA guilty verdict has taken over as acting president since Swiss forgery case by Sheikh Ahmad Al-Fahad Al-Sabah (Sheikh Ahmad Al-Fahad Al- Sabah) Appealed against. A five-time Olympic shooter and Asian Games gold medalist in 1978, Singh was promoted from his position as Honorary Life Vice President. During the interim period, Raja Randhir Singh will fulfill the duties and responsibilities of the OCA President. Singh has been a part of the OCA since 1991 for 24 years as General Secretary and is the longest serving member of the Executive Board. He is also an honorary member of the International Olympic Committee .

13.UNCTAD forecasts Indian economy to expand by 7.2% in 2021

United Nations Conference on Trade and Development ( United Nations Conference On Trade And Development – UNCTAD ) said India’s economic growth rate compared to the contraction of 7 percent in 2020 to the 2021 high-level four-year 7.2 per cent is estimated to reach. At this rate, India would be the fastest growing economy after China, which is projected to grow at 8.3 per cent. The calculation is based on GDP at constant dollars in 2015.

14.International community to provide $1.2 billion for Afghanistan humanitarian crisis

The international community has announced about $1.2 billion in aid for the Afghanistan humanitarian crisis . The United Nations organized a high-level ministerial event in Geneva on 13 September 2021 on the issue of the humanitarian situation in Afghanistan. The United Nations highlighted the needs in Afghanistan and underlined the immediate funding assistance and actions by international partners to support the people of Afghanistan. Agencies and non-governmental partners also launched a flash appeal asking for $606 million for the remaining months of 2021 to provide relief to 11 million people in Afghanistan. About $1.2 billion in humanitarian and development aid was announced by member states, including funding for flash appeals and regional response.

15.Cabinet approves Eklavya Model Residential School

The cabinet Visakhapatnam district Eklavya Model Residential Schools ( Eklavya Model Residential School ) building in favor of tribal welfare department to approve the transfer of 15 acres of government land has. Construction of Eklavya Model Residential School at Majjivalasa village of Araku Valley Division of Visakhapatnam districtwill be done in The cabinet has also decided to allot 53.45 acres of land to Yogi Vemana Vishwavidyalaya at village Masapeta in Raichoti mandal. L.V. in village Putlampally of Kadapa Mandal. 59 acres of land was allotted to Prasad Eye Institute. Eklavya Model Residential School (EMRS) is a government scheme for construction of Model Residential School for Indian tribals. The scheme was launched by the Ministry of Tribal Affairs. It was introduced in the year 1997-98. This scheme tries to ensure that tribal students get quality education in their remote tribal areas.

16.The deadline for linking PAN card with Aadhaar is 31 March 2022.

The central government PAN card of the base is extended again the deadline once the link. Earlier, the last date for linking PAN with Aadhaar was 30 September, which has been extended to 31 March 2022 . This information has been given by the Ministry of Finance. If you do not link Aadhaar-PAN by this date, your PAN will be declared inoperative. You can be fined Rs 10,000 for using an inoperative PAN. To avoid this problem, you have to link Aadhaar-PAN by 31st March 2022.

17.Crime has come down in lockdown: NCRB data

National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) released its report titled “ Crime in India ”. According to this report, the year of lockdown (2020) saw less traditional crimes against women and children but more civil conflicts. Main findings of the report

  • Communal Riots: It registered an increase of 96% in 2020 as compared to 2019.
  • Caste riots: saw an increase of about 50%
  • Agricultural riots: 38% increase
  • Riots during a movement or front: 33% increase.

According to this report, the cases of crimes against women, children and senior citizens due to complete lockdown between March and May in 2020; theft, robbery; The number of thefts and dacoities came down by 2 lakhs. Murder cases registered a marginal increase of 1%, while cases in the category of “violent offences” decreased by 0.5%. There has also been a reduction of 27% in cases related to ‘crimes against the state’.

18.21 million people will lift out of COVID-induced poverty: World Bank

The World Bank on September 15, 2021 cut its estimates of COVID-induced poverty by 21 million . The World Bank also warned that the number of poor is still unprecedented in the backdrop of Covid. The implications of this estimate are that global poverty is projected to decline. Furthermore, the pace of reduction is returning to the pre-pandemic trend. According to the World Bank, the COVID-19 pandemic pushed 97 million more people into poverty in 2020. This was 21 million less than the previous estimate. In January 2021 the World Bank estimated that in 2020, COVID-19 will push approximately 119–124 million people into extreme poverty worldwide.

19.cabinet approves relief package for telecom companies

The Union Cabinet has approved a relief package for the telecom sector on September 15, 2021 . The relief package includes a moratorium of 4 years on payment of statutory dues by telecom companies . Cabinet approves 100% foreign investment (FDI) through automatic routeis also allowed. In all, 9 structural reforms have been approved for the telecom sector. These measures are expected to ease the cash flow issues that some telecom enterprises are facing. Any investment made from a person or firm of one country to another country is called foreign direct investment. When a foreign company acquires ownership or controlling stake in the shares of a company in another country or establishes business there, it is called FDI. This is different from foreign portfolio investment in which the foreign entity buys equity shares of only one company. Under FDI, the foreign entity gets day-to-day rights in the operations of the company.

20.Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board Chairman Manoj Sinha released a silver commemorative coin at the 68th meeting of the Shrine Board.

Manoj Sinha , Lieutenant Governor of the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir and Chairman of Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board , released a commemorative coin of twenty grams of silver at the 68th meeting of the Shrine Board at Raj Bhavan in Jammu . This pure coin is issued before the upcoming festivals Shardiya Navratri and Deepawali .

21.Prasar Bharati CEO launches e-office Hindi portal

Prasar Bharati CEO Shashi Shekhar Vempati launched the e-office Hindi portal for the employees to use in their daily work at a function in New Delhi .

22.Zimbabwe’s Brendan Taylor announces retirement from international cricket

Zimbabwe captain and wicketkeeper Brendan Taylor (Brendan Taylor) said international cricket from announcement is made. He made this announcement while playing the third final ODI against Ireland on 13 September 2021. The 34-year-old batsman made his ODI debut for Zimbabwe against Sri Lanka in 2004. He has scored 6677 runs in 204 ODIs in his 17-year ODI career.

23.17 September: World Patient Safety Day

World Patient Safety Day is observed on 17 September to create global awareness for patient safety and to urge people to show their commitment to make healthcare safer . The day brings together patients, families, caregivers, communities, health workers, health care leaders and policy makers to show their commitment to patient safety. 2021 Dblupisdi theme ‘ safe maternal and newborn care ( Safe Maternal And Newborn Care)’ Is. World Patient Safety Day – 2019 is observed annually on 17 September by the World Health Assembly through resolution WHA72.6 on “Global action on patient safety”. It was adopted at the 72nd World Health Assembly on 25 May 2019.

24.Former footballer great Bhabani Roy passes away

Former India footballer and Mohun Bagan captain Bhabani Roy passed away. He joined Bagan in 1966 and played for the club until 1972. He represented India in the 1969 Merdeka Cup and played three matches. Bhabani Roy helped Mohun Bagan win the Rovers Cup in 1968, 1970, 1971 and 1972 (joint winners). At the domestic level, he was part of the West Bengal team that won the Santosh Trophy in 1968 and 1971.

25.’Google’ pays tribute to Michio Sujimura with a doodle on his 133rd birthday

The global search engine ‘ Google ‘ has recently celebrated the 133rd birthday of Japanese teacher and biochemist ‘ Michio Sujimura ‘.But paid tribute to him by making a doodle. Born in the year 1888 in Saitama Prefecture of Japan, ‘Michio Tsujimura’ is known for his groundbreaking research related to the nutritional benefits of ‘Green Tea’. After completing his higher education, Michio Sujimura began his early career as a science teacher. In 1920, he began his work as a scientific researcher at Hokkaido Imperial University, where he mainly analyzed the nutritional properties of the Japanese silkworm. A few years later ‘Mishio Sujimura’ was transferred to ‘Tokyo Imperial University’, where he attended ‘Dr. Umetaro Suzuki’, who was famous for the discovery of vitamin B1, Started researching the biochemistry of ‘Green Tea’ with It was only through their joint research that it was found that ‘green tea’ contains a significant amount of vitamin C. In addition to her research, ‘Michio Sujimura’ also did important work as a teacher, in 1950 she was the first dean of the Faculty of Home Economics at ‘Tokyo Women’s Higher Normal School’.