|GS-II||The privilege of MPs does not extend to criminal cases||Indian Polity|
|The Criminal Procedure (Identification) Act||Government policies and interventions|
|Pharmacopoeia Commission for Indian Medicine||Governance|
|GS-III||NATIONAL FOOD SECURITY ACT: EXPLAINED||Economic Issues|
|Governing Telecommunication in India||Economic Issues|
|PT Pointer||Lachit Borphukan||Modern History|
|Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion plant||S&T|
The National Food Security Act (NFSA) beneficiaries numbering 70 lakh have recently been discovered by the Union government to be questionable.
National Food Security Act
The National Food Security Act of 2013 is a significant step in the right direction, but it shouldn't be the only one taken to solve the nation's food poverty and hunger. In order to accomplish its objective, it needs to be restructured and new improvements must be incorporated in a number of areas. To help achieve the Sustainable Development Goal of Zero Hunger by 2030, the Center will work in tandem with the states to implement the Act as effectively as possible.
Governing Telecommunication in India
The Ministry of Communication, Department of Telecommunications (DoT) recently issued an invitation for comments regarding the requirement to update the legal framework governing the telecom sector.
It also published a consultation document in which it advocated for the creation of a new legal framework that is precise, understandable, and responsive to the development of new technologies and social norms.
Need for a New Framework
What are the Suggestions?
Reframe and Harmonize Frequency Range:
Continuity of Service:
What is the current state of the Indian telecom industry?
The Assam government made a request to include Lachit Borphukan’s valour in textbooks.
About Lachit Borphukan
Government’s Recognition of Lachit Borphukan
Ahom royalty's scattered burial places, known as Maidams, are being worked on by the government to become a UNESCO world historic site.
Expertise of Ahoms
Source: The Hindu
About Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion
Ocean thermal energy conversion (OTEC) is a type of energy conversion that takes advantage of the temperature difference between the cooler, deeper ocean waters and the warm, surface waters that are heated by solar radiation.
Potential: The possibilities for the commercial implementation of OTEC technology appear promising, especially on tropical islands and in underdeveloped nations where operating conditions for OTEC plants are most favourable.
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