2.3.23 MPPSC Daily Current Affairs

MADHYA PRADESH
 
MP government to conduct survey of its temples in other States
In other states including Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, 84 temples belonging to various dynasties and princely states of Madhya Pradesh have been unearthed. The government will get the survey done again regarding the encroachment of these temples and the lands belonging to them and will also make efforts to free them.
The spiritual department is preparing for this. It will also be checked whether there are any temples in some other states which are owned by Madhya Pradesh.
The dynasties and princely states also donated agricultural land for the regular operation of these temples so that the produce can feed the family of the priest of the temple. These temples have been captured by the relatives of the priests appointed at that time or by the powerful people of the area. They are also in possession of the land belonging to the temples. The campaign to free the possession was also started.
INTERNATIONAL
 
Japan, U.S., South Korea, Taiwan launch ‘Chip 4’ talks for supply chain
 
Japan, the United States, South Korea and Taiwan have held the first meeting of senior officials under a new U.S.-led framework to help ensure a stable supply of semiconductors, Japan’s industry ministry said. Officials from industry organizations in the four economies took part in the virtual conference of the “Chip 4” alliance on Feb. 16 to discuss ways to maintain supply chain resilience in times of natural disasters and other contingencies.
 
Meanwhile, China is ramping up its own domestic chip capacity. It is reportedly planning on a massive $140 billion package to bolster self-sufficiency and counter U.S. moves.
 
1D Wormhole Corrosion : New Form Of Corrosion
This type of corrosion is characterized by a wormhole-like 1D morphology that can serve as a mass-flow pathway.
The discovery of this type of corrosion is significant for the understanding of material degradation mechanisms in molten salt environments, particularly in relation to next-generation nuclear power plants that use molten salts as coolants.
The 1D wormhole corrosion is a highly localized form of penetrating corrosion that occurs in a nickel-chromium alloy when exposed to molten fluoride salt.
 
 
 
 
NATIONAL
 
 
 

Centre directs States to expedite energy efficiency activities in mission mode
The Centre and Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) have directed state governments to expedite energy efficiency activities on a mission mode.
In accordance with the Government of India’s policy to increase energy efficiency and substantially reduce greenhouse gas emissions by achieving the country’s climate change targets (Panchamrit), the Union Ministry of Power-led BEE has emphasized the need for all state designated agencies to engage deeply in the energy efficiency movement on a mission mode.
DGCA nod for HAL’s new plane Hindustan 228-201
In a boost to aviation sector, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation(DGCA) has approved a new variant of Hindustan Aeronautics Limited’s aircraft ‘Hindustan 228-201 LW.’
Giving details of the nod, the public sector aerospace conglomerate said on Monday, this variant has maximum take-off weight of 5,695 kg with 19 passenger capability.  With this modification, the aircraft would fall in the Sub 5,700 kg aircraft category, the HAL said.
‘E-Sanjeevani app’s 10 cr reach reflects power of India’s digital revolution’
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday highlighted the contribution made by E-Sanjeevani app towards “treating 10 crore  patients” by way of tele and video consultations as he spoke on various issues including  ‘Swachh Bharat’ Mission, ‘Tribeni Kumbh Mahotsav’, and ‘Ustad Bismillah Khan Youth Award’.
The Prime  Minister  said the country  has seen that in the time of Corona, E-Sanjeevani played a pivotal role in giving contact less treatment to the virus affected patients.
 
No permission needed to develop infra on forest areas: Green Min to Rlys
The Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change has clarified that the railways does not need to seek permission to develop infrastructure on its land in forest areas, after its contradictory orders on the issue created confusion in many states.
This paves the way for the national transporter to execute infrastructure projects even in sensitive forest areas without seeking permission from the Centre.
 
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