Every household will get tap water: Chief Minister
Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that the State Government has included the work of providing water from tap to every household in rural areas of the state under the Jal Jeevan Mission. In Rajgarh district also, works worth Rs. 1200 crore are being done in the mission expeditiously. By March 22, the work of 3 out of 5 schemes will be completed. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan was addressing the inauguration of development works and beneficiary conference programme at village Pipliya Kalan in Khilchipur tehsil of Rajgarh district.
Chief Minister Chouhan dedicated seven construction works worth Rs 29 crore 72 lakh 75 thousand. He also announced the construction of Higher Secondary School building at Pipliyan Kalan. MP Shri Rodmal Nagar was also present
Chouhan directed to get the work of right wing of Kundliyan Dam done at the earliest, so that irrigation facility should be available in the entire area. He said that after the new survey of Pradhan Mantri Awas Plus Yojna in Rajgarh, one lakh new houses would be sanctioned in a phased manner.
Chief Minister Chouhan said that the state government is dedicated to the poor. Under the MukhyamantriBhu-AdhikarAwas Yojana, such joint families who are living in the same house will be made the owner of the residential land family-wise. Chief Minister Chouhan instructed to run a special campaign to give the card of Ayushman Bharat Yojana to every poor. He assured the farmers that the amount of last year’s crop insurance would be received from next month. The Chief Minister directed the district administration to ensure that every eligible farmer gets the benefit of Pradhan Mantri KisanSamman Nidhi and MukhyamantriKisan-Kalyan Yojana.
Chief Minister Chouhan also visited the exhibition of materials produced by livelihood group Khilchipur and women self-help groups. Chief Minister Chouhan was honoured by offering a safa according to the tradition of Rajgarh. At the outset, the Chief Minister also performed pujan of Ladli Laxmi girls.
CHIRU Naval Drills
CHIRU is a naval exercise that China, Russia, and Iran recently performed in Oman.
China sent the missile destroyer Urumqi to participate in the exercise. The countries are now looking for ways to strengthen their military ties.
Russia sent a task force from its Pacific Fleet to participate in the exercise.
The Admiral Tributs anti-submarine warfare ship and the Nakhimov missile cruiser.
Military artillery fire was directed at sea targets by the countries.
They also participated in tactical maneuvering. During the exercise, the countries also practiced anti-piracy drills.
America COMPETES Act 2022
The America Competes Act of 2022, which was recently enacted, will create new opportunities for bright specialists worldwide.
Creating Opportunities for Manufacturing, Pre-Eminence in Technology, and Economic Strength Act are all examples of COMPETES.
The act’s primary goal is to strengthen supply chains.
Under the legislation, the US government has made the following fund allocations:
To boost semiconductor production in the United States, a total of 52 million dollars has been set aside.
Forty-five million dollars will be used to give grants and loans and strengthen manufacturing and supply chain resilience.
Climate change, social and economic inequality, and immigration have all received funding.
The bill provides a new green card for entrepreneurs and exempts STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) professionals.
Digital Sansad Launched By Lok Sabha
the Lok Sabha secretariat unveiled a new app called “Digital Sansad.”
The digital sandad app was created to make it easier for citizens to track what’s going on in Parliament and with their legislators.
The App is compatible with both Android and iOS devices.
It contains all of the primary content of the Indian Parliament’s interconnected portal.
Om Birla, the Speaker of the Lok Sabha, is the creator of the Digital Sansad App. He wanted to make parliamentary sessions more available to the public through this software.
The legislature is required to keep its constituents informed about its daily operations.
Parliament must keep its communication channels current with the changing technology world to achieve this goal.
Mission Amanat Launched by Indian Railways
Mission Amanat has been launched by Indian Railways to assist travelers in tracking down their misplaced possessions.
The Railway Protection Force (RPF) of Indian Railways’ Western Railways zone has launched a new effort dubbed “Mission Amanat” to help travelers recover their misplaced luggage.
The details of lost bags and items and images will be posted on the zonal railway’s official website, https://wr.indianrailways.gov.in/, as part of Mission Amanat.
This will assist passengers in tracking down and recovering their misplaced goods and ensuring the safety and security of passengers, luggage, and personal effects.
MPATGM Successfully Test Fired By DRDO
The DRDO successfully test-fired the MPATGM’s final delivery configuration On 11 January.
The Man-Portable Anti-Tank Guided Missile (MPATGM) was successfully flight tested in its final “deliverable version” by the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO). Bharat Dynamics Limited will manufacture MPATGM at their facilities in Bhanoor, Telangana.
The goal of the missile’s testing was to ensure that it performed consistently at a minimum range of 200-300 meters.
MPATGM has already completed a comparable test with a maximum range of 4,000 meters.
Following this successful test, the MPATGM system is now ready for mass manufacturing in India.
The purpose of this test was to demonstrate that the minimal range’s performance was constant. All of the mission’s goals were accomplished.