23.06.20 Daily MPPSC Madhya Pradesh Current Affairs

MADHYA PRADESH

Madhya Pradesh now has 78 testing labs

Madhya Pradesh has increased the number of Covid-19 testing labs from 20 to 78 within 24 days. However, there’s no major increase in testing capacity. It has been increased from 6000 samples per day on May 16 to 7100 on June 18.

The state government has tested around 5800 samples a day in first week of May with only 20 labs with RT-PCR machines. However, the number remained stagnant around 6000 samples for the last one-and-a-half-month and the state reported a drop in number of new positive cases.

The state government increased its capacity through installation of around 58 Truenat testing machines in the districts without lab. The machines are installed in district hospitals for testing of Covid-19 suspects.

INTERNATIONAL

International Widows Day is observed on 23 June

International Widows’ Day is observed on 23 June. A million of widows across the globe live in poverty, and without any substantial support. Widows, and people dependent on them, face extreme poverty, a lot of injustice, among other societal. The day aims to address the issue that widows and their children face in several countries.

The United Nations passed the resolution A/RES/65/189 and observe International Widows’ Day since 2011. The aim is to draw attention to the voices and experiences of widows and to galvanize the unique support that they need. Th day provides an opportunity to take action towards achieving full rights and recognition for widows.

 

 

International Olympic Day is observed on 23 June

 

International Olympic Day is observed on 23 June. The day is celebrated by people across the world. On 23 June 2020, the Olympic Movement is to celebrate Olympic Day by creating the world’s largest 24 hours digital-first Olympic. The 2020 edition is the first to be celebrated virtually. The day is celebrated to ensure that people can all still #StayActive in the safest way possible despite restrictions because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

NATIONAL

ISRO receives patent for protective garment for human spaceflight

 

The Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) has received a patent for its Liquid Cooling and Heating Garment (LCHG).

It is made of biocompatible fabrics and components to provide a comfortable temperature and removal of sweat for astronauts, for use in space for protection from hot and cold environments.

LCHGs are used in space, military applications, fire fighting and also for personal cooling and heating purposes for protection from hot and cold environments of industrial areas or in extreme temperature and humidity conditions that may exist in work environments.

These garments have a system for circulating temperature controlling fluid into and out of the garments, for instance, through tubes inside the garment.

 

NITI Aayog, ITF to launch Decarbonising Transport

 

NITI Aayog in collaboration with International Transport Forum (ITF) is to launch the “Decarbonising Transport in India” project on 24 June. The project intends to develop a pathway towards a low-carbon transport system for India. The project will be launched by ITF Secretary-General Young Tae Kim and NITI Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant.

The project will inform the transport and climate stakeholders in India about planned project activities.

The project will provide an opportunity to provide inputs regarding India’s transport challenges and how it can be related to CO2 reduction ambitions. The discussion will help to focus the project further on India’s specific needs and circumstances.

Decarbonising Transport in India project will design a tailor-made transport emissions assessment framework for India.

 

It will provide the government with a detailed understanding of current & future transport activity and the related CO2 emissions as a basis for their decision-making.

 

Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) promotes, regulates, and monitors the international sales and transfer of conventional arms as per the global standards. ATT regulates from small arms to battle tanks, combat aircraft and warships.

 

AIM partners with CIL to boost its Innovation and Entrepreneurship initiatives

Coal India Limited (CIL) has agreed to partner with Atal Innovation Mission (AIM), NITI Aayog to support proactively the flagship mission’s innovation and entrepreneurship initiatives across the country. A strategic Statement of Intent (SoI) partnership between AIM and Coal India Limited was signed and exchanged in a virtual e-summit.

 

Atal Tinkering Labs (ATL) at a school level

Atal Incubation Centres (AIC) at institutional levels

Atal Community Innovation Centres (ACIC) for Tier-2, Tier3 cities, and rural India

Atal New India Challenges (ANIC) at an industry level

Applied Research and Innovation (ARISE) for stimulating innovations in the MSME industry

 

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