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UPSC CURRENT AFFAIRS | LARGE HADRON COLLIDER (LHC)REVS UP TO UNPRECEDENTED ENERGY LEVELS | 06TH JULY | INDIAN EXPRESS

SYLLABUS SECTION: GS III (SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY) WHY IN THE NEWS? The world’s most powerful particle collider, the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), Will begin smashing protons into each other at unprecedented levels of energy from July 5. MORE DETAILS: Data from the third run of LHC could provide evidence of physics beyond the Standard Model …

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UPSC CURRENT AFAIRS | CELEBRATION OF THE 100TH INTERNATIONAL DAY OF CO-OPERATIVES | 06TH JULY | PIB

SYLLABUS SETION: GS II (GOVERNANCE) WHY IN THE NEWS? Recently, International Day of Cooperative has been celebrates, which marks the 100TH INTERNATIONAL DAY OF CO-OPERATIVES. MORE DETAILS: Started in 1923 by international cooperative movement and International Co-operative Alliance, International Day of Cooperative is celebrate on first Saturday of July. Co-operatives have been acknowledge as associations …

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UPSC CURRENTAFFAIRS | NAIROBI FLIES | 06TH JULY | INDIAN EXPRESS

SYLLABUS SECTION: GS III (ENVIRONMENT AND ECOLOGY) WHY IN THE NEWS? Recently, around 100 students of Sikkim Manipal Institute of Technology have reported skin infections after coming in contact with Nairobi flies. THE SPECIES: Nairobi flies, also called Kenyan flies or dragon bugs, are beetle-like insects that belong to two species: Paederus eximius and Paederus …

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UPSC CURRENT AFFAIRS | THE WAY TO CONTROL TUBERCULOSIS | 06TH JULY | THE HINDU

SYLLABUS SECTION: GS III (HEALTH ISSUES) WNY IN THE NEWS? Tuberculosis is the worst among endemic diseases, killing 1.5 million people every year (WHO). KEY DEATAILS: In India, the TB capital of the world, the disease kills some 1,400 persons every day. In the 1950s and ’60s, India was the global leader in research in epidemiology, transmission and domiciliary treatment of TB. National TB Control Programme: The National TB Control Programme of 1962 was a district based programme and …

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UPSC CURRENT AFFAIRS | RESTORING BANNI GRASSLANDS, GUJARAT BATTLES INVASIVE TREE SPECIES | 06TH JULY | INDIAN EXPRESS

SYLLABUS SECTION: GS III (ENVIRONMENT AND ECOLOGY) WHY IN THE NEWS? The Gujrat Forest department will restore 10,000 hectares of the Banni grasslands in the coming year, and they come every year in the coming decade. The Banni grassland was also flag by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, In his keynote speech at the United Nations …

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UPSC CURRENT AFFAIRS | THE SHIMLA AGREEMENT: AN IMPERFECT PEACE | 05TH JULY | HINDUSTAN TIMES

SYLLABUS SECTION: GS I (POST INDEPENDENCE INDIA) WHY IN THE NEWS: The accord completes 50 years today. There was and remains a sense that India had squandered a great military victory in The Shimla Agreement. But the evidence suggests that a better deal was not possible, given the fractious nature of Pakistani politics MORE DETAILS: …

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UPSC CURRENT AFFAIRS | INAS 324 SQUADRON | 05TH JULY | PIB

SYLLABUS SECTION: GS III (DEFENCE) WHY IN THE NEWS? Recently, the Indian Navy commissioned a new INAS Indian Naval Air Squadron 324 at eastern Naval Command. It will enhance the surveillance capability on the Eastern Seaboard. MORE DETAILS: INAS 324 has been name “KESTRELS” which are birds of prey and have good sensory capabilities, and …

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UPSC CURRENT AFFAIRS | FARMER’S ENCOUNTER WITH CLIMATE CHANGE | 05TH JULY | INDIAN EXPRESS

SYLLABUS SECTION: GS 3 (CLIMATE CHANGE) WHY IN THE NEWS? This year’s climate related happenings are awakening call in Farmer’s Encounter. New knowledge to confront the billions of excruciating, Interdependencies of climate change challenges needs to be collate and test in the fields. EXCRUCIATING INTERDEPENDENCIES OF CLIMATE CHANGE: FROST ATTACK          Though ice coating on the …

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UPSC CURRENT AFFAIRS | NITI AAYOG CALLS FOR WASTE MINIMIZATION PUSH | 05TH JULY | ECONOMIC TIMES

SYLLABUS SECTION: GS III (ENVIRONMENT AND ECOLOGY) WHY IN THE NEWS? Recently, in its report titled ‘Alternative Products and Technologies to Plastics and their Applications’, NITI Aayog said that there is a need to strengthen waste minimization push through extended producer responsibility. KEY DETAILS: India produces approximately 3.47 million tons of plastic waste  minimization push …

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UPSC CURRENT AFFAIRS | HOSPITALS STRUGGLE TO KEEP PSA PLANTS GOING | 05TH JULY | INDIAN EXPRESS

SYLLABUS SECTION: WHY IN THE NEWS? A year since the Covid-induced oxygen crisis, most hospitals in Delhi have taken to switching on the PSA plants once a week or for a couple of hours every day to ensure that the machine remains functional. MORE DETAILS: High operation and maintenance cost, lower quality of oxygen generated, …

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