20 August, 2019
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|GS-II||One Ration One Card Scheme: A boon for poor migrants|
|Delimitation of Constituencies in J&K|
|GS-III||No harmful chemicals in PET bottles, finds CSIR study|
|Panchamirtham’ of Palani temple gets GI tag|
|RBI issues final norms for regulatory box||Economic Issues|
GS-II: One Ration One Card Scheme: A boon for poor migrants
Recently the government has launched the pilot project for the inter-state portability of ration cards between Telangana and Andhra Pradesh, and between Maharashtra and Gujarat, as part of its ‘One Nation, One Ration Card’ scheme.
What is a ration card?
What is a ration shop?
‘One Nation, One Ration card’ scheme
Good signs of implementation
GS-II: Delimitation of Constituencies in J&K
The Election Commission held internal discussions on the delimitation of constituencies ahead of elections to the new Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir.
Resizing new constituencies
Delimitation Commission of India
GS-II: No harmful chemicals in PET bottles, finds CSIR study
Toxins are below detection limits (BDL)
Compliant with global standards
Safe for packaged water
GS-III: ‘Panchamirtham’ of Palani temple gets GI tag
The famous Palani panchamirtham, given as ‘prasadam’ at the Murugan temple at Palani has been granted the Geographical Indication (GI) tag.This is the first time a temple ‘prasadam’ from Tamil Nadu has been given the GI tag.
About the Panchamirtham
What’s special with it?
About the region
GS-III: RBI issues final norms for regulatory box
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has issued the final framework for regulatory sandbox in order to enable innovations in the financial technology.
What are new RBI norms?
Meeting norms on customer privacy, data protection, security and access to payment data, the security of transactions, KYC, anti-money laundering will be mandatory.
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