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India hosts 19th Meeting of SCO Ministers of Foreign Economy & Foreign Trade

India hosted the 19th Meeting of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) Ministers of Foreign Economy and Foreign Trade.

  • In the meeting four documents were adopted.
  • They include a statement on the response to Covid-19 which reinforces the need for greater cooperation for access to medicines and facilitation of trade and statement on the Multilateral Trading System of Ministers of SCO Countries who are WTO Members.
  • This statement highlights the importance of the rule-based multilateral negotiations.
Shanghai Cooperation Organisation
Chinese上海合作组织
RussianШанхайская организация сотрудничества
Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (logo).svg
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Flag
SCO (orthographic projection).svg

  Members   Observers   Dialogue partners   Observer applicants   Disputed territories
Abbreviation SCO
Predecessor Shanghai Five group, founded on 26 April 1996
Formation 2001
Type Mutual security, political, economic organisation
Headquarters BeijingChina
Membership
Official language
Chinese and Russian
Secretary General
Vladimir Norov
Deputy Secretaries General
  • Sabyr Imandosov
  • Wang Kaiwen
  • Aziz Nosirov
  • Vladimir Potapenko
World Trade Organization
Organisation mondiale du commerce (in French)
Organización Mundial del Comercio (in Spanish)
World Trade Organization (logo and wordmark).svg
WTO members and observers.svg

  Members
  Members, dually represented by the EU
  Observers
  Non-participant states

Formation 1 January 1995; 25 years ago
Type International trade organization
Purpose Reduction of tariffs and other barriers to trade
Headquarters Centre William RappardGenevaSwitzerland
Coordinates 46°13′27″N 06°08′58″ECoordinates46°13′27″N 06°08′58″E
Region served
Worldwide
Membership
164 member states[1]
Official languages
EnglishFrenchSpanish[2]
Vacant[3]

 

India extends $1 bn credit line to Central Asian countries for priority projects

India extended a $1-billion line of credit to Central Asian countries for priority projects in connectivity, energy, IT and health care.

  • This move being perceived as part of New Delhi’s efforts to boost its role as a transparent development partner.
  • The line of credit was welcomed by ministers of Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyz Republic, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan during the second meeting of the India-Central Asia Dialogue held via video conference under the chairmanship of external affairs minister S Jaishankar.
  • Acting Afghan foreign minister Haneef Atmar joined the meeting as a special invitee.

Central Asian countries

Countries

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Central_Asia

Chairman of 15th Finance Commission N.K. Singh holds virtual meeting with Chairman of previous Finance Commissions

Chairman of 15th Finance Commission, N.K. Singh and its Members held a virtual meeting with the Chairmen of previous Finance Commissions, Dr C. Rangarajan, the Chairman 12th Finance Commission and Dr. Vijay Kelkar who was the Chairman 13th Finance Commission.

  • 15th Finance Commission is mandated to submit its final report for 2021-26 by 30th October, 2020.
  • The Chairmen of the previous Finance Commissions appreciated the tough challenge faced by the 15th Finance Commission, given the background of the Covid-19 pandemic, the resultant loss of economic activity and its impact on fiscal parameters of the general government.

Finance Commission

The Finance Commissions (IASTVitta Āyoga) are commissions periodically constituted by the President of India under Article 280 of the Indian Constitution to define the financial relations between the central government of India and the individual state governments. The First Commission was established in 1951 under The Finance Commission (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act, 1951.

Fifteen Finance Commissions have been constituted since the promulgation of Indian Constitution in 1950. Individual commissions operate under the terms of reference which are different for every commission, and they additionally define the terms of qualification, appointment and disqualification, the term, eligibility and powers of the Finance Commission.[1] As per the Constitution, the Commission is appointed every five years and consists of a chairman and four other members.

The most recent was constituted in 2017 and is chaired by N. K.Singh, a former member of the Planning Commission.[2][3][4][5]

Formed 22 November 1951; 68 years ago
Jurisdiction India Government of India
Headquarters            New Delhi
Commission executives

 

Air quality in Delhi continues to remain in ‘very poor category’

The air quality in Delhi continues to remain in a very poor category.

  • According to the Central Pollution Control Board, Delhi’s air quality index was recorded at 397 at 10 AM.
  • An Air Quality Index between 201 and 300 is considered poor, 301 to 400 very poor and 401 to 500 severe.
  • According to the System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Research, SAFAR, the air quality is likely to marginally improve and stay in the very poor for.

     Delhi

Settled 6th century B.C.
Capital formation 1911
Formation of Union Territory[1][2] 1956
Formation of National Capital Territory[3] 1 February 1992
Capital New Delhi
Districts 11
Government

 • Body Government of Delhi
 • Lt. Governor Anil BaijalIAS[4]
 • Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal (AAP)
 • Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia (AAP)
 • Legislature Unicameral (70 seats)
 • Parliamentary constituencies

UP govt starts digital library to help students in higher education

In the ongoing fight against Covid, Uttar Pradesh government has started a digital library to help the students in higher education to get the education content in digital format.

  • This library will help poor students who are unable to purchase costly books Now they can freely download everything available in the library related to their course.
  • The library has more than 35000 e content related to 134 subjects in Hindi and English. It can be accessed by any student free of cost.
  • A team of around 1700 educationists and technical experts of 23 universities worked together for the content of Digital Library.

UTTAR PRADESH

Statehood 24 January 1950[1]
Capital       Lucknow
Districts            75[2][3]
Government

 • Body Government of Uttar Pradesh
 • Governor Anandiben Patel[4][5]
 • Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath (BJP)
 • Deputy Chief Ministers Keshav Prasad Maurya (BJP)
Dinesh Sharma (BJP)
 • Legislature Bicameral

 • Parliamentary constituency Rajya Sabha (31 seats)
Lok Sabha (80 seats)

 

Symbols of Uttar Pradesh
Emblem
Uttar Pradesh Emblem.png

Emblem of Uttar Pradesh

Mammal
The barasingha.jpg

Barasingha (Rucervus duvaucelii)

Bird
Grus antigone Luc viatour.jpg

Sarus crane

Flower
STS 001 Butea monosperma.jpg

Palash (Butea monosperma)

Tree
Sita-Ashok (Saraca asoca) flowers in Kolkata W IMG 4146.jpg

Ashoka (Saraca asoca)

Young Advocates Welfare Fund launched in Tamil Nadu

In Tamil Nadu, the Young Advocates Welfare Fund has been launched.

  • It provides a monthly financial assistance of three thousand rupees each for two years to the lawyers who just come out of law colleges.
  • Normally a fresher from law colleges takes three to four years to begin practice as an advocate in the court as the registration in the Bar Council, and the mandatory practicing under a senior advocate takes time.
  • Unable to sustain themselves during the initial period, many from poor and rural backgrounds shifted their profession.
  • The Young Advocates Welfare Scheme is aimed at helping such fresh candidates to withstand the initial challenges.

Tamil Nadu

Formation 26 January 1950
Capital and
largest city
Chennai
Districts 38
Government

 • Body Government of Tamil Nadu
 • Governor Banwarilal Purohit
 • Chief Minister Edappadi K. Palaniswami (AIADMK)
 • Deputy Chief Minister O. Panneerselvam (AIADMK)
 • Legislature Unicameral (234 seats)[1]
 • Parliamentary constituency
Symbols of Tamil Nadu
Emblem
TamilNadu Logo.svg

Emblem of Tamil Nadu Tiruvilliputhur Andal Temple

Song Invocation to Goddess Tamil
Dance
Bharathanatyam By Ranjitha.jpg

Bharatanatyam

Mammal
Nilgiri tahr (Nilgiritragus hylocrius) female head.jpg

Nilgiri Tahr

Bird
Common Emerald Dove.jpg

Emerald dove

Insect
Tamil Yeoman (Cirrochroa thais) (22851276940).jpg

Tamil Yeoman

Flower
Gloriosa Lily, Ethiopia (15740912399).jpg

Gloriosa lily

Fruit
Jackfruit hanging.JPG

Jackfruit

Tree
Medemia argun (aspect général) - Jardin de Nong-Nooch.jpg

Palm Tree

Sport
Sadugudu sadugude.jpg

Kabaddi

SBI raises USD 1 billion untied loan with JBIC, other lenders

The State Bank of India signed a loan agreement amounting to up to one billion US Dollars with the Japan Bank for International Cooperation.

  • The loan is intended to promote the smooth flow of funds for the whole range of business operations of Japanese automobile manufacturers in India.
  • As part of the agreement, 600 million US Dollars will be financed by JBIC while the remaining amount will be financed by other participating banks.
  • The facility will be co-financed by SMBC, MUFG Bank, Mizuho Bank, Shizuoka Bank and Bank of Yokahama.

RBI bars payment system operators from launching any new QR codes

The Reserve Bank of India has barred Payment System Operators (PSOs) from launching any new proprietary QR code for payment transactions.

  • Currently, there are two interoperable QR codes — UPI QR and Bharat QR.
  • QR codes (quick response codes) are two-dimensional machine-readable barcodes, which are increasingly used to facilitate mobile payments at the point-of-sale.
  • QR codes (quick response codes) can store a large amount of information. PSOs that use proprietary QR codes shall shift to one or more interoperable QR codes.

Former Gujarat CM Keshubhai Patel passes away at 92

Former chief minister of Gujarat Keshubhai Patel passed away at the age of 92.

  • He had tested positive for coronavirus last month and was admitted at a hospital in Ahmedabad.
  • Patel served as the chief minister of Gujarat in 1995 and from 1998 to 2001, after which he was replaced by Narendra Modi.
  • He quit the BJP and launched his own political party – Gujarat Parivartan Party – in 2012.
  • He was a member of Gujarat Legislative Assembly six times.

       Gujarat

Formation 1 May 1960
Capital      Gandhinagar
Largest city Ahmedabad
Districts            33
Government

 • Body Government of Gujarat
 • Governor Acharya Dev Vrat
 • Chief Minister Vijay Rupani (BJP)
 • Legislature Unicameral (182 seats)
 • Parliamentary constituency Rajya Sabha (11 seats)
Lok Sabha (26 seats)
 • High Court Gujarat High Court
               Symbols of Gujarat[6]
Emblem Emblem of Gujarat

Government Of Gujarat Seal In All Languages.svg
Song Jai Jai Garavi Gujarat” by Narmad[7]
Calendar Saka
Mammal Asiatic lion

Adult Asiatic Lion.jpg

[6]

Bird Greater flamingo

Greater flamingo galapagos.JPG

[6]

Flower Marigold (galgota)

African Marigold.jpg

[6]

Fruit Mango

Mangoes pic.jpg

[8]

Tree Banyan

Great banyan tree kol.jpg

[6]

Book titled “Night of the Restless Spirits: Stories from 1984” authored by Sarbpreet Singh

A book titled “Night of the Restless Spirits: Stories from 1984″ authored by Sarbpreet Singh.

  • The author Sarbpreet Singh’s recounts the Sikh massacre of 1984 in this book.
  • The book is a fictionalised version of real happenings comprising just eight chapters.
  • It shows the events of 1984 through the prism of many lives & impact on Sikhs.

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  • Pos.
    Name
    Score
    Duration
    Points
  • 1
    Mamata Khatua
    100 %
    40 s
    15
  • 2
    Shraddha Khatua
    100 %
    53 s
    15
  • 3
    Sasmita Pradhan
    100 %
    65 s
    15
  • 4
    Nirupama Mahanta
    100 %
    65 s
    15
  • 5
    Monalisa Sahoo
    100 %
    67 s
    15
  • 6
    Unmisha Mahanty
    100 %
    67 s
    15
  • 7
    Kalpana Biswal
    100 %
    67 s
    15
  • 8
    Satyabati Naik
    100 %
    68 s
    15
  • 9
    Archana Das
    100 %
    68 s
    15
  • 10
    Deepali Goud
    100 %
    74 s
    15
  • 11
    Nibedita Panda
    100 %
    75 s
    15
  • 12
    Damayanti Mahanta
    100 %
    88 s
    15
  • 13
    Dwitikrushna Mohanty
    100 %
    88 s
    15
  • 14
    Reeta Nahak
    100 %
    542 s
    15
  • 15
    Puspanjali Mohanta
    94.89 %
    42.95 s
    14.25
  • 16
    Panamani Sing
    93 %
    51 s
    14
  • 17
    Suchismita Mahanta
    93 %
    62 s
    14
  • 18
    Rashmita Panda
    93 %
    69 s
    14
  • 19
    Manoranjan Nayak
    93 %
    72 s
    14
  • 20
    Bharti Mahanta
    93 %
    76 s
    14
  • 21
    Tamanna Pattanayak
    93 %
    96.5 s
    14
  • 22
    Jyotiranjan Mahanta
    93 %
    99.5 s
    14
  • 23
    Sonali Naik
    89.5 %
    120 s
    13.5
  • 24
    Laxmipriya Suluna
    86 %
    56 s
    13
  • 25
    Jayashree Behera
    86 %
    60 s
    13
  • 26
    Girijarani Mohanta
    76.5 %
    67.5 s
    11.5
  • 27
    Bhabasmita Mohanta
    75.17 %
    58.17 s
    11.33
  • 28
    Pratima Mahanta
    73 %
    87 s
    11
  • 29
    Bharati Sahu
    70 %
    168 s
    10.5
  • 30
    Sunita Mohanta
    66 %
    220 s
    10
  • 31
    Pragnya Dash
    53 %
    90 s
    8
  • 32
    Pujalata Sandha
    43 %
    34 s
    6.5
  • 33
    Bimal Sahu
    41.67 %
    75.67 s
    6.33

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