22.11.17 JPSC (Jharkhand) Current Affairs

JHARKHAND

 

  • Gift Milk scheme is Launched at Jharkhand

 

ð  Chief Minister Raghubar Das said that the Government has already started the process for a ‘White Revolution’ in the State and it will begin exporting milk outside the State in near future. The CM, during the launch of National Dairy Development Board’s (NDDB) ‘Gift Milk’ scheme for school students in Latehar, said that youths should increasingly opt for agriculture based employment rather than going for jobs. This way they can contribute in nation building.

 

ð  The CM inaugurated the ambitious ‘Gift Milk’ scheme by NDDB Foundation for Nutrition in Latehar district aimed at providing free milk to 10,000 school students of the district. Under the scheme, school children between five  and 15 years of age will get 200 ml milk five days a week in different flavours with Mid Day Meal across the district. State has aimed at production of 38 lakh metric tonnes of milk by the year 2024.

 

 

INTERNATIONAL

 

  • NASA tests Supersonic Parachute for Mars 2020 mission

 

  • The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) successfully tested supersonic landing parachute that will be deployed in its Mars rover mission set to launch in 2020.
  • The mission will rely on a special parachute to slow spacecraft down as it enters Martian atmosphere at over 5.4 kilometers per second.
  • It was first of several tests in support of NASA’s Mars 2020 Mission.

 

·         India and Russia join hands to provide visa free entry for flight crew members

  • India and Russia have joined their hands and signed a pact for giving visa-free entry to the crew members of chartered and scheduled flights in both the nations.
  • The agreement will facilitate visa-free entry, stay and exit of the crew of aircraft of the designated airlines as well as other aircraft companies operating chartered and scheduled flights in the respective territories on a reciprocal basis. This ease has made the relationship between the two nations more concrete.
  • The Visa requirements for crew members are administrative entry restrictions imposed by the countries for the pilot or a member of the crew during a transit.
  • The crew visas are associated with the request for permission to enter a country for a short duration and perform the predefined duties in the given areas, distinct from actual formal permission for an alien to enter and remain in the country.

 

NATIONAL 

 

  • India becomes second largest fish producing country in the world
  • 21st November is celebrated as a World of Fisheries Day worldwide every year.

  • In India, which is the second largest fish producing country, the World Fisheries Day is being celebrated from 21st November, 2014 and it is being celebrated for the fourth consecutive year.

 

  • The theme of this year is “2022 ka hai sapnaa…… kisaan ki aay ho duguna – Sankalp se siddhi”. 

 

·        India ranks 51 on IMD Talent Rankings

 

  • India ranked 51st among 63 countries on theIMD Talent Rankings in terms of ability to attract, develop and retain talent.
  • The annual IMD World Talent Ranking covers 63 countries and assessed methods countries adopted to attract and retain talent.
  • Switzerland topped list followed by Denmark, Belgium, Austria, Finland, Netherlands, Norway, Germany, Sweden and Luxembourg in top 10.
  • Globally, Europe continues to dominate rankings being most competitive countries. Leading Asian economies in rankings are Singapore, Hong Kong and Taiwan.

 

  • President inaugurated the 8th Manipur Sangai Festival
  • The Honourable President of India, Ram Nath Kovind has inaugurated the 8th Manipur Sangai Festival 2017.

 

  • The goal of the festival is to double the number of attendees compared to previous festivals held since inception.

 

  • The President also inaugurated the North East Development Summit to develop the North East Region.

 

·        India’s first mission to the Sun to be launched in 2019

 

  • India’s mission to the Sun will be launched in 2019from Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh.
  • The main aim of the solar mission is to improve our understanding of dynamical processes of the sun and help resolve some outstanding questions in solar physics.
  • The satellite carrying six payloads will be launched from Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh on the PSLV- XL launch vehicle. 
  • It will be launched into the halo orbit around the Lagrangian point 1 (L1) of the Sun-Earth system.
  • The second edition of India’s moon mission, Chandrayaan IIis scheduled for launch in March 2018.
  • The space agency is aiming to double its satellite launches next year from the current eight to nine annually to 20 every year.

 

·        Brahmos Flight test from IAFs Su-30MKI Fighter Aircraft

 

  • Brahmos, the world’s fastest supersonic cruise missile created history after it was successfully flight-tested first time from the Indian Air Force’s (IAF) frontline fighter aircraft Sukhoi-30MKI against a sea-based target in the Bay of Bengal.
  • The successful maiden test firing of BrahmosAir Launched Cruise Missile (ALCM) from Su-30MKI will significantly bolster the IAF’s air combat operations capability from stand-off ranges.

 

 

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