Translation of Constitution of India into Ol Chiki script

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  1. Translation of Constitution of India into Ol Chiki script
  • The Constitution of India has been translated into Ol Chiki Script for the first timeThe Ol Chiki Script , also known as Ol Chemet , Ol Ciki , Ol (Ol) and sometimesalso as the Santhali alphabet , is the official writing system for the Santhali and in India . Recognized as an official regional language is the Austroasiatic language. Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes in the Constitution of IndiaThere are special provisions for the development of and the translation Hembram has been useful in providing readers with a deeper understanding of the laws, powers and fundamental rights of the community. (Hembram is a surname commonly used among Santhal tribesmen). Tribal scholars often affirm the autonomy and dignity of tribal people’s rights for their development by pointing to Article 21 under Schedules V and VI of the Constitution and many consider it to be the foundation of tribal rights.
    5th Schedule: It deals with the administration and control of Scheduled Areas as well as Scheduled Tribes residing in any State other than the States of Assam, Meghalaya, Tripura and Mizoram.
    6th Schedule:It provides for the administration of tribal areas to protect the rights of the tribal population in the states of Assam, Meghalaya, Tripura and Mizoram. This special provision has been provided under Article 244(2) and Article 275(1) of the Constitution. By the 92nd Constitutional Amendment Act in
    2003 , Santhali is listed as an official language of India along with Bodo, Dogri and Maithili languages ​​in the Eighth Schedule of the Indian Constitution .
  1. President Ram Nath Kovind presented the Padma Awards at the first civilian decoration ceremony held at Rashtrapati Bhavan
  • President Ram Nath Kovind presented the Padma award at the civil decoration ceremony held at Rashtrapati Bhavan . President Kovind honored CDS General Bipin Rawat and Radheshyam Khemka with Padma Vibhushan posthumously. General Rawat’s daughters – Kritika and Tarini and Radheshyam Khemka’s son Krishna Kumar – received the ornamentation. Senior leader Ghulam Nabi Azad, Tata Sons Chairman N. Chandrasekaran, Paralympic medalist Devendra Jhajharia, former Comptroller and Auditor General Rajiv Mehrishi, Serum Institute of India Managing Director Cyrus Poonawalla, social welfare activist Satchidananda Swami and classical singer Rashid Khan were honored with Padma Bhushan. Singer Gurmeet Bawa was posthumously awarded Padma Bhushan. Fifty-four people were presented with Padma Shri awards. These include film and television series director Chandraprakash Dwivedi, 125-year-old Yoga Swami Sivananda from Varanasi, Konsam Ibomcha Singh, a traditional doll maker from Manipur, Kannada writer Siddalingaiah, progressive horticulture farmer Sethpal Singh,
  1. Prasar Bharati today partnered with Australia’s SBS to promote cooperation in the field of broadcasting. signed an MoU with
  • India’s public broadcaster Prasar Bharati has partnered with Australia‘s Special Public Broadcasting Service – SBS to promote cooperation in the field of broadcasting. – Has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with. It will expand the reach of DD News, DD India and DD News multilingual services among people of Indian origin in Australia . Both the broadcasting organizations will explore opportunities for co-production and joint broadcasting of various categories of programmes. There will also be an exchange of radio and television content in the fields of culture, education, science, entertainment, sports, news, travel, music and the arts.
  1. Indian troops arrive in Seychelles for joint military exercise Lamitye – 2022
  • The 9th joint military exercise Lamitye- 2022 between the Indian Army and Seychelles Defense Forces (SDF) is being conducted at Seychelles Defense Academy (SDA), Seychelles from 22 March to 31 March 22. An infantry platoon each from both the Indian Army and the Seychelles Defense Force will participate in the exercise with the company headquarters. The objective of this exercise is to share experiences gained during various operations against enemy forces in semi-urban environment and enhance capability to undertake joint operations. The Indian Army contingent consists of soldiers from the 2/3 Gorkha Rifles Group (Pirkanthi Battalion). The team has reached Seychelles on March 21, 2022. Military Exercise – 2022 is a biennial training program, which is being conducted in Seychelles since 2001.
  1. Principal Scientific Adviser to India Prof. Of. Vijay Raghavan and IIT Madras Director Prof. V. Kamakoti inaugurates AquaMap Water Management and Policy Center
  • Principal Scientific Adviser to the Government of India, Prof. Of. Vijay Raghavan inaugurated the new Water Management and Policy Centre, Aquamap at IIT Madras on March 19, 2022 and launched its website – https://aquamap.iitm.ac.in/. Aquamap aims to provide solutions to complex and challenging water problems by designing and developing smart and best-in-class water management initiatives at various locations across the country as a scalable model by leveraging best initiatives in management and innovative technologies. Aquamap is a National Water Center and IIT Madras is working closely with IIT Dharwad on the broader theme of ‘Water Security and Data Science for Agricultural Sustainability’.
  1. A seismic warning system has been set up at Punyashlok Ahilya Devi Holtkar Solapur University campus in Maharashtra.
  • An earthquake warning systemhas been installed at the Punyashloka Ahilya Devi Holkar Solapur University campus in Maharashtra. It has been developed by Bhabha Atomic Research Center in Mumbai . With the help of this, earthquake warnings will be available 15 days in advance in an area of ​​about 4.5 to 500 km from Solapur. The center named Radon Geo Station was inaugurated by Dr. Mrinalini Fadnavis, Vice Chancellor.
  1. BJP leader in Manipur N. Biren Singh takes oath as Chief Minister for the second time
  • BJP leader Biren Singh took oath as the Chief Minister of Manipur for the second time . The swearing-in ceremony was held at the Raj Bhavan in Imphal and Manipur Governor La. Ganesan administered the oath to him. BJP National President Jagat Prakash Nadda , Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma , Tripura Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb , Union Minister of State Pratima Bhowmik and other senior party leaders attended the swearing-in ceremony. Pushkar Singh Dhami in Uttarakhand and Pramod Sawant in Goa will be the Chief Minister for the second time in a row.
  1. US has given several anti-missile Petroit missiles to Saudi Arabia
  • The US has recently delivered several anti-missile Petroit missiles to Saudi Arabia. America has given these missiles to them to remove the increasing tension between America and Saudi Arabia. White House National Security Adviser Jack Sullivan has strongly condemned the Houthi rebels ‘ drone strikes on strategic targets in Saudi Arabia . Oil production was affected by this attack.
  1. Australia returns 29 of its ancient artefacts to India
  • Australia has returned 29 of its ancient artefacts to India. Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited these artifacts in New Delhi. These artifacts are placed in six categories. These include Shiva and his devotees, worshipers of Shakti, Lord Vishnu and his various forms, Jain sculptures and decorations. These antiquities date back to the ninth and tenth centuries and are related to Rajasthan, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Telangana and West Bengal.
  1. PM Narendra Modi holds 2nd India-Australia Virtual Summit with Prime Minister of Australia Scott Morrison
  • The second India-Australia summit was held through virtual medium. Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Prime Minister Scott Morrison of Australia reviewed the progress made on various initiatives of the Comprehensive Strategic Partnership. The two Prime Ministers discussed views on regional and international issues. Prime Minister Modi thanked his Australian counterpart Scott Morrison for taking the initiative to return ancient Indian antiquities.
  1. TCS reappoints Rajesh Gopinathan as MD and CEO for five years
  • The board of IT major, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has announced the reappointment of Rajesh Gopinathan as the Managing Director (MD) and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the company for a period of five years . His second term will start from February 21, 2022, till February 20, 2027 . Rajesh Gopinathan was first appointed as the CEO and MD of TCS in 2017. Under his leadership, the company has strengthened its position with revenues rising from $17.6 billion in the fiscal year ended March 31, 2017 to $22.2 billion in the fiscal year ended March 31, 2021.
  1. Indian Potash Limited (IPL) signed MoU with Israel Chemicals Limited (ICL) for supply of Murate (MOP) of Potash for the period from 2022 to 2027
  • Indian Potash Limited (IPL) under the Department of Fertilizers, Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers has signed Israel Chemicals Limited (ICL) for supply of Murate (MOP) of Potash with an annual quantity of 6 to 6.5 Lakh Metric Tonnes for the period from 2022 to 2027. Signed an MoU with Dr. Mansukh Mandaviya, Union Minister of Health, Family Welfare and Chemicals, Fertilizers at Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi.
  1. BBNL and BSNL will be merged
  • In the same month, Bharat Broadband Network Limited (BBNL)and Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL)The merger will be completed. The decision to merge BBNL and BSNL was already taken by the government and the process was to be completed before March 31. The government plans to infuse capital of about Rs 1.6 lakh crore, of which Rs 36,260 crore will be cash support for BSNL over the next three years. As on January 31, BSNL/MTNL had a combined debt of Rs 59,588 crore. The AGR (adjusted gross revenue) dues (spectrum usage fee and license fee) of these organizations currently stand at Rs 43,148 crore. For both BSNL and MTNL, the government is looking at converting AGR dues into equity. If BBNL and BSNL merge, then a unified fiber network of 1.42 million km can be formed by connecting 8,60,000 km of optic fiber of BSNL with 5,60,000 km of BBNL. Combined with BSNL’s huge market presence across the country, It can provide last-mile connectivity to rural areas. The government feels that after the completion of the merger, the new entity will be able to focus more effectively and cohesively on pan-India 4G wireless services, fixed line fiber internet services and enterprise services.
  1. Government of India to promote export of agricultural products with GI tag
  • In line with the vision of ‘Aatmanirbhar Bharat’, the Central Government decided to give a renewed emphasis on the use of Geographical Indication (GI) tags to promote India’s unique agricultural products in international markets . There are 150 GI tagged products in India, which are agricultural and food products.Out of 150 GI-tagged products, about 100 registered GI products fall under the category of scheduled agricultural products (cereals, processed products, vegetables, etc.). India’s two most popular GI-tagged agricultural products are Darjeeling tea and Basmati rice. However, many other GI-tagged products from different states have huge export potential. Last year, the Agricultural and Processed Food Export Development Authority (APEDA) GI-tagged agricultural products such as black salt rice, Naga chillies, Bangalore rose onion, Nagpur oranges, Madurai Malli, Jalgaon banana etc. Export facility provided. APEDA organized promotional events in importing countries in collaboration with foreign retailers. Samples of some products with GI tag were sent to some countries to boost exports.
  1. NCRTC introduces India’s first rapid rail coaches for Delhi-Meerut corridor
  • The National Capital Region Transport Corporation (NCRTC) has released the first look of the high-speed RRTS (Regional Rapid Transit System) train that will cover a distance of 82 km between Delhi and Meerut within an hour . The trial run on the priority section of the Delhi-Ghaziabad-Meerut RRTS corridor is expected to begin this year. Trains with a design speed of 180 kmph will be available every 5-10 minutes and will cover the distance between Delhi and Meerut in 55 minutes with 14 stoppages. Work on the entire 82 km long Delhi-Ghaziabad-Meerut RRTS corridor is in full swing. It will have 25 stations, including two depots at Duhai and Modipuram and a stabilizing yard at Jangpura.