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Indian Council of Agricultural Research signs an MOU with Amazon Kisan to Empower Farmers

Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR), New Delhi signed a MoU with Amazon Kisan to combine strengths and create synergy between the two organizations for guiding the farmers on scientific cultivation of different crops for optimum yield and income. ICAR will provide technological backstopping to the farmers through Amazon’s network. It will improve farmers’ livelihood and boost crop yield. This MoU in farmer’s partnership with the Amazon Kisan program will help ensure access to high-quality fresh produce for consumers across India, including through Amazon Fresh.

Dr Himanshu Pathak, Secretary DARE & Director General ICAR, on this occasion, emphasized secondary agriculture for better remuneration for the farmers. He further highlighted the importance and role of critical inputs in agriculture and season-based crop plans. He mentioned that ICAR will collaborate with Amazon for technologies, capacity building and transfer of new knowledge.

IICA and RRU sign MoU for academic and research collaboration

A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed between the Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs (IICA) and Rashtriya Raksha University (RRU) today.

The MoU intends to synergise the professional capabilities of IICA and RRU towards capacity building, education, research and consulting in the domain of Internal Security, Financial Crimes, Law Enforcement, Corporate fraud and other subject matters common to their mandate and objectives. The MoU also provides for the exchange of knowledge and resources between IICA and RRU for conducting research, training and consultancy.

The government of India’s investment in the Jal Jeevan Mission has a significant multiplier effect on health as has been brought out by this study: Dr Rajiv Bahl

“We are witnessing the role of safe drinking water in saving lives, empowering women and girls, and contributing to ease of living”. This was stated by Dr V K Paul, Member (Health), NITI Aayog at the launch of the groundbreaking report of WHO highlighting the substantial benefits of the ‘Har Ghar Jal’ program in India, here today. “No programme has this kind of direct impact on improving the lives of individuals and families physically, mentally, and financially”, he stressed. Dr Paul commended the speed and scale of the programme and said, “A new connection is being added every second and transforming public health in India today.”

17th National Webinar on Child Labour to be organized on June 12

The 17th National Webinar on Child Labour will be organized on June 12 ,2023, by the Department of Justice, Ministry of Law and Justice as part of observing World Day Against Child Labour. The focus would be to empower children to reshape their future by liberating them from the shackles of child labour.

The link for attending the webinar is as follows:


Manipur violence: CBI registers 6 FIRs, begins probe into alleged conspiracy

According to media reports, the CBI has constituted a special team and registered six FIRs to probe the alleged conspiracy related to ethnic violence in Manipur.

Three including a woman killed, and two were injured in fresh violence in Manipur

In a fresh incident of violence in restive Manipur, at least three people, including a woman, were killed by suspected militants in Manipur’s Khoken village today. Apart from this, two others were injured in the attack. As per media reports, the suspected militants and the victims belong to different communities. The militants, reportedly dressed in khaki, reached the village in a military vehicle on Friday morning and fired at the villagers with automatic rifles.

Fire breaks out at Delhi hospital, 20 newborns rescued

According to the information received, 20 newborns were rescued safely after a fire broke out in a children’s hospital in Delhi. There is no news of any casualty.

Karnataka government to review handing over of government properties to RSS, Sangh Parivar

The ruling Congress in Karnataka has said that the state government will relook at government properties handed over to organizations affiliated with the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) and the Sangh Parivar.

Kharge, Rahul will participate in the meeting of opposition parties to be held in Patna on June 23.

The Congress has said that party president Mallikarjun Kharge and senior leader Rahul Gandhi will attend the meeting of opposition parties to be held in Patna on June 23.

Siddaramaiah to become ‘bus conductor’ to inaugurate ‘Shakti’ scheme on June 11

Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah will become a ‘bus conductor’ for a day on June 11. Because the Congress government will implement the ‘Shakti’ scheme, which will allow free travel for women in state-owned buses. It was one of the five major election promises announced by the Congress.

Fire in AC coach of Durg-Puri Express in Odisha, accident averted

According to media reports, a major accident was averted after a fire broke out in an air-conditioned (AC) coach of the Durg-Puri Express near Khariar Road in Odisha’s Nuapada district.

Rahane-Shardul brought India close to 300

Ajinkya Rahane (89) and Shardul Thakur (51) added 109 runs in the seventh wicket partnership to take India to 296 runs on the third day in the final of the World Test Championship today. Australia had scored 469 runs in the first innings, giving them a significant lead of 173 runs in the first innings.

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