06.09.17 JPSC (Jharkhand) Current Affairs

 

  • Jharkhand Governor gives assent to Religious Freedom Bill, 2017.

 

  • Jharkhand Governor Draupadi Murmu gave her assent to the Jharkhand Religious Freedom Bill, 2017. The state government will now issue notification on the Religious Freedom Bill, after which it will become an Act. With this Jharkhand, become seventh state in the country to have anti-conversion law. Other six states with similar law are Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, Odisha, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh.

 

  • The Bill seeks to bring stringent anti-conversion law in place under which forceful or allurement induced religious conversion will be non-bailable criminal offence…

 

  • The violation of this section will result in punishment upto 3 years imprisonment or Rs 50000 penalty or both.

 

INTERNATIONAL

 

  • India and to step up Defence Cooperation

 

  • India and Japan agreed to collaborate closely in , including on .
  • Defence and his Japanese counterpart Itsunori Onodera signed the agreement during India-Japan annual defence ministerial dialogue in Tokyo.
  • The two countries resolved to ramp up overall military engagement under the bilateral special strategic framework.
  • The countries agreed to commence technical discussions for research collaboration in the areas of and Robotics.
  • India planned  to buy theUS-2 ShinMaywa aircraftfrom Japan for its navy.

 

NATIONAL 

 

  • NHAI awarded its First International Project in Myanmar to Punj Lloyd-Varaha.

 

  • The awarded its first international project in Myanmar to a joint venture of Punj Lloyd-Varaha.
  • This is for the up gradation of the Yagyi–Kalewa section in Myanmar to two lanes with the earthen shoulder in the engineering, procurement, and construction mode.
  • Punj Lloyd Varaha’s bid was identified as the most competitive among four qualified bidders. It was at Rs. 1,177 crores.

 

 

  • The National Institution for Transforming India also calledNITI Aayoglaunched the National Nutrition Strategy aimed at Kuposhan Mukt Bharat.
  • It intends at bringing nutrition to the center-stage of the National Development Agenda.
  • It enables states to make strategic choices, through decentralized planning and local innovation, with accountability for nutrition outcomes.

 

 

  • The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has launched two new contraceptives, an injectable contraceptive MPA under the ‘Antara’ programme and a contraceptive pill, ‘Chhaya’, in the public health system to expand the basket of to meet the emerging needs of couples. the ‘Antara’ injectable being effective for three months and the ‘Chayya’ pill for one week.

 

  • The contraceptives, which are available for free in medical colleges and district hospitals at present, have so far been launched in the states of Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Karnataka, Haryana, West Bengal, Odisha, Delhi and Goa.

  • To help improve the supply and distribution of contraceptives, the Ministry had recently launched a new software, (FP-LMIS), designed to provide robust information on the demand and distribution of contraceptives to health facilities and ASHAs.

 

  • The main objective of the Mission Parivar Vikas family planning initiative is to bring down the Total Fertility Rate (TFR) to 2.1, which is when the population starts stabilizing, by the year 2025.

 

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