1.UIDAI issued guidelines to banks on the use of Aadhaar:-
In view of the Supreme Court’s decision, the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) has issued clear guidelines for banks regarding the use of the Aadhaar. He has made it clear to the banks that through the Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) subsidy and the benefits of government schemes, the consumers will be able to identify the same with the EKYC. The Authority has further suggested that banks can use the offline basis ie the Aadhar card for verification of other customers. However, whether the customers who do not take advantage of government schemes provide the basis to the bank for their identity, it will depend on their wish. A senior UIDAI official gave the above information on Sunday. The aforesaid said that last week the authority has written a letter to the banks and clarified the situation about the use of the basis. A copy of this letter has also been sent to the Reserve Bank of India (RBI). UIDAI has written this letter to the banks after getting the legal advice after the Supreme Court decision on the basis. The Supreme Court has banned the use of private companies in its recent decision, but has given it green clearance for welfare schemes.
On condition of anonymity, the said authority of the Authority gave the above information. According to him, UIDAI has informed the banks that the customers who declare that they want to transfer the amount received under the government subsidy and welfare schemes directly into their account, the bank will have the basis for identification in order to open their account. Can use EKYC. It has also been clarified that banks can not use EKYC to open accounts of other customers. In such cases, if the customer voluntarily gives his Aadhaar card, the bank can use it to open the account, but he can not be compelled to do so.
What is dbt
Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) is a new system of Government of India, through which the amount of government subsidy and welfare schemes is sent directly to the beneficiaries’ bank accounts.
What is the basis of ekaiv
Aadhar card is a unique identity card issued by the government. It contains information about individual biometrics (physiological signs or method of identifying individual particulars by the eyes of the eyes). Since the Aadhaar platform is digital, so they have designed a digital platform, which is called EKYC ie Electronic Know Your Customer (Know Your Customer).
2.Rocket Launcher One will leave Virgin Orbit aircraft, 20x faster in space:-
So far, various space agencies around the world are launching satellites in Earth’s orbit through rockets. However, with the launch of a rocket many resources require time as well. Richard Branson’s Virgin Orbit wants to make it easy. This is the reason why they are working on a system that can launch rockets cheaply and soon. The rocket is going to fly first. A rocket has been included in this plan, which is called the Launcher One, which is placed under the wings of the Virgin Atlantic Boeing 747-400 aircraft. Unlike the conventional rocket, this plane will go up to 30 thousand feet and Launcher One will leave it in space during the flight. During flight, the speed of the satellite will be 20 times more than the speed. Through this, business and government consumers have been targeted. Its cost is approximately 6.6 million pounds ($ 10 million).
Launcher One is 70 feet long. Once the refill, the weight of the rocket is 57,000 pounds or 25,800 kg, which is equal to 25 small family cars. LaunchRavan has been designed by the company as an affordable ride in the form of small satellites. It has been targeted for business and government consumers.
The aircraft the Virgin Orbit is using is not certified as heavy or giant, which you use at the airport. Virgin Atlantic has taken one of his Boeing 747-400 aircraft to use in this project, which is called ‘Cosmic Girl’. A major change has been made to launch it with the rocket. Seats, extra decorations and unnecessary everything has been removed from within the aircraft, whose aircraft will not use. Engineers have also changed the speed of the aircraft along with electronics to make the rockets useful for capture and launch. This enables the Cosmic Girl as the world’s first commercial commercial grade rocket. Virgin Orbit says that they can launch satellites in classes from most airports within 24 hours. This project has not completed the first flight yet. Virgin Orbit is expected to achieve success on the first attempt. If this project succeeds, then it can be a cheap and fast choice for different agencies delivering light space equipment in the orbit of the Earth. Are there.
Richard Branson said that there is a special place in my heart for the Boeing-747. We started service of the first airline Virgin Atlantic, leasing the 747 service. I did not even imagine that our Boeing 747 will get another chance today and this will help in reaching the space. He said that I am thrilled that the ‘Cosmic Girl’ is included in the Virgin family.
3.Clean India permanent cleanliness workshops were started, now will be held throughout the country, the: –
first Regional Review Meeting for “Permanent Hygiene” took place in Nagpur
The Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation, Government of India, organized the first such meeting in the series of regional review meetings, with the support of Maharashtra’s Water Supply and Sanitation Department, for permanent cleanliness. These regional reviews were organized in Nagpur, where the State Secretaries, Mission Directors, who took charge of rural cleanliness and other State Clean India Mission Officers took part. Apart from these , representatives from 25 districts of Maharashtra , Madhya Pradesh , Chhattisgarh and Gujarat were also present. This review meeting was presided over by Shri Badan Aiyar, Secretary, Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation, and along with him , Shri Akshay Raut , DG (Special Project) , Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation , Additional Chief Secretary of Maharashtra Shri Shyamlal Goyal , Deputy Director General, Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation Mr. Sainar Kumar, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation, took part in the meeting.In the Implementation Mechanism of Clean India Mission both have been given equal attention to both quality and sustainability , especially now that most districts across the country have attained the level of freedom from defecation in the open. The goal of this review meeting was to focus more on sustainability and improve the quality of work done at the grassroots level. In order to improve communications for quality initiatives and improve infrastructure and statistics, the scope of the series of indicators of quality and stability were touched in this meeting. In his speech, Shri Akshay Raut shared that when the Swachh Bharat Mission is entering its fifth and final phase of implementation , then for the mass movement to move forward with a new goal to ensure cleanliness of the country. The year is clearly a milestone.States also showed the level of stability indicators such as geotagging , ODF (open defecation) verification , information , education and communication activities through presentations, after which it was discussed how to further increase. In his final commentary, Shri Bevan Iyer praised the efforts made by the states so far and said that focusing on quality and stability in securing India’s clean and healthy future will help only.This regional meeting was held on 24 October after the officially started workshop in New Delhi. In that workshop, the representatives of the Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation met State Clean India Mission Officers for review and communication of several messages of quality and sustainability mission. The next one month has been fixed for the series of regional permanent sanitation workshops being organized across the country in which the scope of all the states and Union Territories is to be completed. Existing locations include Chennai (Tamil Nadu) , Nainital (Uttarakhand) , Guwahati (Assam) and Kolkata (West Bengal).+5 By October 2018 , the scope of rural cleanliness has increased to 95 percent, which was 39 percent in 2014 at the beginning of Swachh Bharat Mission . In rural India, 87.7 million private domestic toilets have been constructed, due to which 5.15 lakh villages , 530 districts and 25 States and Union Territories have been declared open defecation (ODF) in open.
4.PepsiCo to launch container transport on waterway:-
India’s first container transportation commencing from Tuesday on the inland waterways along with the consignment of PepsiCo. Officials of Inland Waterways Authority of India (IWAI) said that PepsiCo sent 16 containers on NW-1 ship from Kolkata to Varanasi. They will have food and snacks equal to 16 truck loads. With this, the MV RN Tagore ship will reach Varanasi in about 9-10 days. Senior officials of the Ministry of Shipping and the IWAI are expected to be present on the occasion. The ship will return with IFFCO’s fertilizer, which will be bought from his Phulpur plant near Prayagraj. The government is developing the National Waterway-1 (Ganga River) from Haldia to Varanasi under the JWIDV project. This route will be 1390 kilometers. It is estimated to cost Rs 5,369 crore. The World Bank is cooperating with the technical and financial support for this project. PepsiCo is considering digitization as a major opportunity for development and wants to use the technology for both backwards and forward business integration. The company making lazes, crooks and Pepsi is meeting with companies that are working to connect 10 million retailers and 600 million consumers with suppliers.
5.Prime Minister Narendra Modi unveiled informal talks with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in Yamanashi:-
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday in informal talks with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in Yamanashi in Japan today. He visited Yamanashi this morning , where Mr. Abe welcomed him at a hotel and organized a lunch for lunch. Our correspondent has said that Shri Modi later reviewed various facilities in Robotics Company-Fanuk with Mr. Abe in Yammani.Keeping in view the growing cooperation between India and Japan in the field of discovery and technology development, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Robotics Institute holds a very important meeting. In the field of internet and big data, the entire Japan Cooperative Day is getting stronger day by day. Increasing synergy between the two countries can also be seen in different areas. Japan’s role in metro rail development in India is important. The discussions between the two leaders in Mau Shanghi, Japan’s identity today, will lead to mutual relations in new heights.
6.India will face Pakistan in the finals of AsianChampions hockey in Oman:-
India will take on Pakistan in the finals of the Asian Champions Trophy hockey The Indian team, unbeatable in the competition, defeated former champion Japan 3-2 in the semi-final in Muscat:-
7.India beat Japan 3-2 in final of Asian Champions Trophy hockey final:-
The current champion India entered the Asian Champions Trophy hockey final by defeating Asian Games gold medalist Japan 3-2. India will face rival Pakistan in the final . In the round robin match, India defeated Japan 9-0 India’s young striker Gurjant Singh scored a goal in the 19th minute to give India a 1-0 lead. However, only three minutes later, Wakuni of Japan brought his team on par with the penalty corners. In the 44th minute, Chinglensana Singh scored the goal once again to give India a lead. In the 55th minute, India’s Dilpreet Singh made India’s lead 3-1. It is difficult to return to Japan from here. However, one minute later, Japan’s Jenada converted the penalty corner into goal to make the score 3-2. After this, the Indian defense showed a brilliant game and there was no chance for Japan to score any more goals. Gave. The result was that India won the match 3-2..
8.Air India will launch affordable ‘red-eye’ flights on domestic routes:-
Government Airline Air India has announced the launch of late night flights on some routes of the country. This kind of ‘Red-Eye’ flight will start with the Delhi-Goa flight. This flight will start by the end of next month. Usually Red-Eye Flight sails late in the night and reaches the next morning. The fare for operated flights at night is less than usual. These flights are popular in overseas, especially in America and Europe.Air India said in a statement that its Red-Eye flight fares will be lower than normal. These flights will be operated on routes like Delhi-Goa , Delhi-Coimbatore and Bengaluru-Ahmedabad. They will start from November 30. These services will be operated on a daily basis. There are several reasons for the late night’s red-eye flight to be popular. First of all, the rent is quite low.According to Air India, its AII 883 flight will depart from Delhi to Goa at 10 pm and reach Goa at 12.35 pm. It will return to Delhi 1.15 and return to Delhi at 3.40. Similarly, Ai 547 flight will depart from Delhi on 9.15 pm and reach Coimbatore at 12.30 hrs. In the return, one night will arrive at one o’clock in the morning at four o’clock in the morning. Ai 589 flight from Bangalore to 12.30 pm and reached Ahmedabad at 2.35 pm. After returning at 3.05 am, the train will arrive at 5.25 pm.