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April

NEWS IMPULSE |NavIC — OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE TELECOM INDUSTRY| 29 APRIL

Syllabus Section:Science and Technology Why in News? NTIPRIT conducts webinar on “NavIC — Opportunities for the Telecom Industry” in collaboration with ISRO and telecom industry. About: The importance of integration of technology with applications to reap the benefits of technology to the fullest has been discussed. Use of NavIC in the present Covid pandemic in …

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NEWS IMPULSE |RBI REPORT ON ASSET RECONSTRUCTION COMPANIES| 29 APRIL

Syllabus Section: Economy Why in News? According to a Reserve Bank of India (RBI) report on ARCs, the growth of the ARC industry has not been consistent over time and not always been synchronous with the trends in non-performing assets (NPAs) of banks and non-banking financial companies (NBFCs). It supported the government’s proposal for a …

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NEWS IMPULSE |PYTHON-5| 29 APRIL

Syllabus Section: Defence Why in News? DRDO conducts maiden trial of Python-5 Air to Air Missile. About: Tejas, India's indigenous Light Combat Aircraft, added the 5th generation Python-5 Air-to-Air Missile (AAM) in its air-to-air weapons capability on April 27, 2021. Trials were aimed to validate enhanced capability of already integrated Derby Beyond Visual Range (BVR) …

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NEWS IMPULSE | SUPPLY CHAIN RESILIENCE INITIATIVE| 28 APRIL

Syllabus Section: Economy Why in News? The Trade Ministers of India,Japan and Australia formally launched the Supply Chain Resilience initiative in a Trilateral Ministerial Meeting held virtually on 27.04.2021. About: Aim:The SCRI aims to create a virtuous cycle of enhancing supply chain resilience with a view to eventually attaining strong, sustainable, balanced and inclusive growth …

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NEWS IMPULSE | HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH (HRW)| 28 APRIL

Syllabus Section: International Issues Why in News? Human Rights Watch said that Israel is committing the crime of “apartheid” by seeking to maintain Jewish “domination” over Palestinians and its own Arab population. About: Human Rights Watch: Human Rights Watch (HRW) is an international non-governmental organization. It was co-founded by Robert L. Bernstein and Aryeh Neier …

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NEWS IMPULSE |Ct VALUE IN A COVID-19 TEST| 28 APRIL

Syllabus Section: Health Issues Why in News? Maharashtra government sent requestto the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) and sought clarity whether it was advisable to treat a person as Covid-negative if the Ct value is more than 24 and the person is asymptomatic. About: Short for cycle threshold, Ct is a value that emerges during …

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NEWS IMPULSE |ARIES TO TRAIN NEXT-GENERATION SOLAR SCIENTISTS| 28 APRIL

Syllabus Section: Science and Technology Why in News? One year before the proposed launch of India’s maiden solar mission — the Aditya L1 — Indian researchers plan to create a skilled community of solar scientists ready to use the scientific data which will emerge from the mission.     ABOUT: Aditya-L1 Support Cell (AL1SC) has …

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NEWS IMPULSE |LARGE AREA CERTIFICATION| 28 APRIL

Syllabus Section: Agriculture Why in News? Department of Agriculture, Cooperation and Farmers Welfare (DAC&FW) is working to identify Traditional Organic Areas to transform them into certified organic production hubs.     About: The Government of India has certified 14,491 ha Car Nicobar and Nancowry group of islands in UT of A&N Islands for transforming them …

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NEWS IMPULSE |CRYSTAL BLADE TECHNOLOGY| 28 APRIL

Syllabus Section: Defence Technology Why in News? DRDO develops crystal blades for aero engines. About: This is part of a programme taken up by Defence Metallurgical Research Laboratory (DMRL) to develop five sets of single crystal high-pressure turbine (HPT) blades using a nickel-based superalloy.     Single Crystal Blades Technology The Single Crystal blades are …

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NEWS IMPULSE | PROJECT DANTAK| 27 APRIL

Syllabus Section: International Relations Why in News? Project DANTAK is commemorating its Diamond Jubilee in Bhutan.  About: Project Dantak is Border Roads Organisation’s one of the oldest project. Project DANTAK was established on April 24, 1961, It was result of visionary leadership of His Majesty the Third King and then Prime Minister Jawahar Lal Nehru. …

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