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General Studies-02

Chenchu tribe

  • Mainly found in nallamala hill of Andhra Pradesh in eastern ghat.
  • This tribal people always become victim of crossfire between army and Maoist personal
  • Recently national tiger conservation authority given order not to given forest right in tiger reserve that given to tribal people by forest right act 2006
  • National tiger conservation authority is statutory body under project tiger that implement this project and preserve tiger reserve

The South Asian Satellite – Some highlights

  • This is the space diplomacy with soft idea to make india pivot to asia that is emerging concept
  • The gift of a communications satellite for use by neighbours at no cost has perhaps no precedent worldwide.
  • The satellite, which weighs over 2200 KG has been fabricated in three years at a cost of over Rs. 230 crore.
  • Its footprint that extends all over South Asia.
  • The South Asia Satellite has 12 Ku band transponders which India’s neighbours can utilize to increase communications.
  • Each country will get access to at least one transponder through which they could beam their own programming.
  • The satellite will facilitate DTH television, VSAT links, tele-education, telemedicine and disaster management support. It will provide critical communication links in times of disasters such as earthquakes, cyclones, floods, and tsunamis.
  • Heads of Government from all the seven South Asian nations who are benefiting from the satellite, connected via video conference, in a unique celebration of the successful launch.
  • This satellite provide information about telemedicine, communication , television and disaster management
  • It is settled in oval orbit which is lowest or nearest orbit about 169 KM while farthest is 36000 KM
  • achieve effective communication; better governance, better banking and better education in remote areas- ;more predictable weather forecasting, land monitoring and efficient resource mapping; linking people with top end medical services through tele-medicine; and a quick response to natural disasters.

Ujjwala scheme

  • Aim to Providing free LPG connections to women from BPL households
  • Any Below Poverty Line (BPL) family, whose information is included in the district BPL list prepared by the State government. Can get connection under this scheme.
  • General Studies-03

    novel molecule to treat cancer

  • cancer is abnormal growth of cell with extreme speed so scientist developed new molecule which bind protein level in cell that stop cell development

NPA and bank recapitalization

  • Stressed or non performing asset greatly affect the liquidity of the bank specially public bank due to crony capitalism with mal functioning due to political interference
  • Under RBI act 1949 central government have power to manage banking crisis but now central government have given some freedom to public bank to manage problem
  • Government also make new rule on recapitalization under performance based system
  • Under new act bank can initiate insolvency process

No fly policy

  • After rude behavior event coming central government prepared draft policy
  • Guideline state for three type of ban from three month to life time period
  • India will become first country to have no fly list for aviation security rather than national security
  • Ban will be imposed after 10 days of receiving of complaints

 

GI Tag

  • Geographical Indication tag.
  • GI tag show the particular geographical origin of the item and that only can be grown in that particular area For example: Kanchipuram Silk Saree, Alphanso Mango, Nagpur Orange, Kolhapuri Chappal, Bikaneri Bhujia, Agra Petha
  • Outside of that particular geographical area that product can no be produced otherwise producer will be punished
  • Government of India enacted Geographical Indications of Goods (Registration and Protection) Act in 1999. (Came into force in 2003).
  • To get GI tag one have to apply with register of GI tag
  • GI can be given to agricultural, natural or manufactured goods originating in the particular area.
  • GI rights are given to an association of persons, producers, organization. But it is also community right because on particular geographical area group have ownership
  • Punishments for violating GI.
  • Registration of a geographical indication is valid for a period of 10 years and can also be renewed

CURRENT AFFAIRS PRELIMS QUIZ

Q.1 consider the following statement about chenchu tribe is/are correct

  1. they found in niyamgiri hill area
  2. they are particularly vulnerable tribal group

A. 1 only

B. 2 only

C. both

D. none

Q.2 consider the following statement about national tiger conservation authority is/are incorrect

  1. it is constitutional body
  2. this is established under project tiger

 

A. 1 only

B. 2 only

C. both

D. none

 

Q.3 consider the following statement about SAARC satellite is/are correct

  1. Pakistan is not part of this initiative
  2. all cost bear by india and SAARC country will got free of cost service
  3. this satellite majorly work for disaster management and communication

 

A. 1 2 only

B. 2 3 only

C. 1 3 only

D. all of the above

 

Q.4 consider the following statement about oval orbit is/are correct

  1. it is nearest orbit of the earth
  2. satellite in this orbit helpful for the communication purposes

 

A. 1 only

B. 2 only

C. both

D. none

 

1D
2A
3D
4C
  

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