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Who will be the new Chief Secretary of Rajasthan in January 2022?

There are speculations that after retirement of CS Niranjan Arya names of 1985 batch IAS officer Ms Usha Sharma , 1987 batch IAS officer Veenu Gupta , 1988 batch IAS officer Dr Subodh Agrawal and P K Goyal have already started doing the round.

Will there be a BILL to privatize the Government Banks ?

Government of India is planning a bill on Crypto Currency which is on 10th in the sequence in the next Parliamentary session. This indicates that India is going to accept the virtual currency. The private Crypto will be banned after this bill. RBI will regulate the crypto technology with its own guidelines.


12th in the sequence is the Banking Law amendment. This will be regarding privatization of 2 banks. We have 14 lakh Bank employees in India.

MP to get cyber tehsil, first in the country: Narottam Mishra

Madhya Pradesh home minister Narottam Mishra said that the Cyber Tehsil will make the mutation process easy and people from anywhere in the state can avail of its benefit.


"Madhya Pradesh will be the first state which is going to create Cyber Tehsil. Today this proposal has been passed by the cabinet," Mishra said while addressing media persons here on Tuesday.

He also said that Cyber Tehsil will make the mutation process easy and people from anywhere in the state can avail of its benefit.

"With the introduction of this system, the process of conversion will become convenient in the cases of undisputed land," Mishra said.

The Home Minister further informed that the Cabinet has decided to launch 'Urja Saksharta Abhiyan' from November 25 to make citizens energy literate.

"Urja Saksharta Abhiyan will be run in Madhya Pradesh from November 25. Schools, colleges and the general public will be connected with this campaign. Madhya Pradesh will become the first state to run India's energy literacy campaign on a big scale," the minister said.


Minister of State for Textiles Smt. Darshana Jardosh to pitch for global investments from India Pavilion at EXPO 2020

India will pitch for becoming the preferred sourcing partner for the global textile industry during the textile week at the India Pavilion in EXPO2020, at Dubai, starting on Friday, the 26th Nov, 2021 . Minister of State for Textile & Railways, Smt. Darshana V Jardosh will inaugurate the ‘Textile Week’ virtually and is slated to invite the global investors to invest in the Indian textile value chain and make it a preferred sourcing partner. Talking about the upcoming textile week (26th Nov – 2nd Dec), Smt. Jardosh said, “Indian textile is world renowned as it not only represents country’s glittering past but also matches up to the demands of the modern times. India is the world’s second largest exporter of textile and clothing and focuses on both quality and scale of production to become the global manufacturing hub and represents immense opportunity for global investors and buyers.”

The ‘Textile Week’ at India Pavilion will see many activities including roundtable discussions on India as a sourcing and investment destination for textiles along with the production linked incentive (PLI) scheme.

Interestingly, India is recognized as one of the best sourcing destinations for garments, textiles & accessories. Textile share in India’s GDP is estimated at around 2.3% and is the largest employer, employing about 45 million workers. India’s FDI policy is recognized as the most liberal in emerging economies, which allows 100% investment under the automatic route in the entire textile value chain. Union Minister for Commerce and Industry, Textiles, Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution, Shri Piyush Goyal has urged the textile industry ‘to focus on speed, skill and scale and get into innovative partnerships.’

The government has also recently approved a PLI scheme worth ₹10,683 for domestic technical textiles firms, and manufacturers of fabrics and apparel in the man-made fibre segment.

A high-level delegation led by Shri Vijoy Kumar Singh, Additional Secretary, Ministry of Textiles will be meeting global business federations along with various industry chambers during the ‘Textile Week’ to explore potential business tie-ups through investor connect programmes.

These meetings will also see participation from Shri Jay Karan Singh, Trade Advisor, Ministry of Textiles, Dr. A Sakthivel, Chairman, Apparel Export Promotion Council, Shri Chandrasekaran Thuvarapalayam Visvanathan, Chairman, Handloom Export Promotion Council, Shri Dhiraj Rai Chand Shah, Chairman, Synthetic & Rayon Textiles Export Promotion Council, Shri M.A Ramasamy, Chairman, Powerloom Development & Export Promotion Council, Shri Umar Hameed, Chairman, Carpet Export Promotion Council, Shri Sanjeev Dhir, Chairman, Wool & Woollens Export Promotion Council, Shri Naresh Kumar Sadh, Chairman, Indian Silk Export Promotion Council, Shri Prem Malik, Past Chairman, Cotton Textiles Export Promotion Council & CITI and Vice Chairman, NSL Textiles Ltd., Mr T. Raj Kumar, Chairman, CITI, Shri Siddharth Lohariwal, Vice-Chairman, Jute Products Development & Export Promotion Council & Shri Rakesh Kumar Verma, Executive Director, Export Promotion Council for Handicrafts and other industry stalwarts.


Commissionerate system in Bhopal, Indore soon : MP govt

Bhopal, Nov 24 The process of implementing Commissionerate system in two districts of Madhya Pradesh is likely to begin by the end of November. State home minister Narottam Mishra said on Wednesday that the government is set to issue notifications so that it would not require approval from the Assembly or the cabinet.

Talking to the media, Mishra said that Police Commissioners would be given additional powers by amending various Acts. Once the Commissionerate system is implemented, all police stations falling within the Municipal Corporation limits will come under the new system.

“The state government will issue ten notifications to implement Commissionerate system and the requisite proposal will not need the approval of the cabinet or sate Assembly,” he added.

The officials will be posted under the Commissionerate system on the day notifications will be issued after the approval of the law department, Mishra said.

Police officials under the Commissionerate system will be given additional power by amending certain sections of the Code of Criminal Procedures (CrPC) along with Police Act, Motor Vehicles Act, National Security Act, Prisoners Act, Immoral Traffic Prevention Act and more.

He further informed that besides posting a Police Commissioner in Bhopal and Indore, as many as three officers of the rank of Additional Commissioners, eight officers of the rank of Deputy Commissioners will be posted in both districts. Along with these, around 30 officers of the rank of Assistant Commissioners of Police will be posted.

The announcement for the implementation of Police Commissionerate system in Bhopal and Indore was made by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Sunday.

This has been a pending decision for the last few years and increasing crime rates prompted the state government to take action on this issue. It will be the first time when a district of Madhya Pradesh will have Police Commissionerate system, the government said.


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India stands at the cusp of a ground-breaking revolution in Electric Mobility

Tech companies are looking to revolutionize the electric vehicles industry in India. Over the years, the electric vehicle industry in the subcontinent has been slowly picking up the pace. However, with new investments and advancements in technology, there might just be an increase in the number of electric vehicles in India.

According to a report by Mordor Intelligence, the Indian electric vehicle market is expected to reach US$47 billion by 2026. Despite the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Indian market is expected to grow at a faster rate thanks to government initiatives as well as new technologies.

The country is already experimenting with e-Mobility for public transport and has even deployed electric inter-city buses across some major cities. In addition, state governments are also playing an active role in the deployment of policies encouraging the usage of electric vehicles.

For instance, Kerala aims to put one million electric vehicles on the road by 2022 and 6,000 e-buses in public transport by 2025. The state of Telangana aims to have electric vehicles sales targets for 2025 to achieve 80%. This does not only include private cars but also motorcycles, scooters, and auto-rickshaws.

In the two-wheel segment, Hero Electric Vehicles is India’s market leader in two-wheelers. With about a dozen different variants, the privately held Hero Electric last year sold over 50,000 units. Other two-wheel electric vehicle manufacturers include Bajaj Auto and TVS Motor. These companies sell more than 50 different types of electric two-wheelers in India.

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AIIMS Director Randeep Guleria on Tuesday said India does not need booster dose at this time.

New Delhi, Nov 24 All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) Director Randeep Guleria on Tuesday said India does not need booster dose at this time.

Guleria said that there is no surge in cases as such at the moment which suggests that vaccines are still protecting against the coronavirus.

He said: “There is no need for a vaccine booster dose or third dose for now.”

“It is unlikely that a third wave of Covid-19 of a magnitude comparable to the first and second will hit India. With time the pandemic will take an endemic form. We’ll continue to get cases but the severity will be highly reduced,” he added.

Dr. Guleria was speaking at the launch of a book “Going Viral: Making of Covaxin – The Inside Story” which has been authored by Indian Council of Medical Research Director General Dr Balram Bhargava.

The AIIMS director said that when H1N1 had hit India, vaccines were imported from foreign countries. “From importing vaccines to manufacturing our own indigenous vaccine, we have come a long way. Today, our Covid vaccines are being exported to other countries,”

On the need of Covid booster dose, NITI Aayog member (Health) Dr. VK Paul said the decision on a third dose should be based on science.

The book ‘Going Viral…’ is an attempt to take readers through the journey of developing India’s first indigenous Covid-19 vaccine. The book captures the first-hand experiences of scientists who worked round the clock to develop India’s first indigenous Covid-19 vaccine in a record time of less than eight months. The book sheds light on the resilience and courage depicted.

Talking about his book, Dr. Bhargava said: “The development of India’s indigenous vaccine Covaxin is a true example of public private-partnership marked with trust and and transparency.”


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