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Wednesday, 24 February 2021

Daily Current Affairs Digest in Hindi 24 February 2021 » Rojgar Samachar




Information related to daily current affairs is presented in brief form. Today, information related to the intensive mission Indradhanush 3.0 and Kovid vaccine is presented in brief form.

Intensive mission rainbow 3.0 Launched

Union Health Minister Dr. Harsh Vardhan has launched the intensive mission Indradhanush 3.0. This mission will be conducted in two rounds. The first phase has started from 22 February 2021 while the second phase will start from 22 March 2021.

This scheme will help in getting full immunization coverage for children and pregnant women at a fast pace. The mission was launched in December 2014 under the Universal Immunization Program (UIP) with the aim of providing full immunization of partially vaccinated children.

Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot presented the budget

Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot presented the state budget for the financial year 2021-22 and announced a Rs 3,500 crore universal health care scheme for the people of the state.

He said that the Rajasthan government will bring the Right to Health Bill. The Chief Minister said that from next year a separate agricultural budget will be presented in the Vidhan Sabha. The Chief Minister did not impose any new tax on the people of the state, but gave a rebate of Rs 910 crore on different items of tax.

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan renamed Hoshangabad city of Madhya Pradesh

Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan announced to change the name of Hoshangabad city of Madhya Pradesh to Narmadapuram. The city of Hoshangabad was named after an attacker Hoshang Shah, who was the first ruler of Malwa.

This district was part of Nervada (Narmada) division and Berar. Hoshangabad is famous for the beautiful ghats on the banks of river Narmada. Its major attraction is the Sethani Ghat. Hoshangabad will now be named Narmadapuram after the Narmada River. The Narmada River is the lifeline of Madhya Pradesh.

Defense Acquisition Council approves capital acquisition proposals worth Rs 13,700 crore

The Defense Acquisition Council has approved capital acquisition proposals worth Rs 13,700 crore, keeping in view the needs of the Indian security forces. In a statement issued by the Ministry of Defense, it said that arms and other defense goods will be purchased for land, air and navy.

The Defense Ministry further said in the statement – All these defense acquisition proposals will be designed, developed and prepared in an indigenous way. These include defense goods prepared by the Defense Research and Development Organization.

Bangladesh banned venomous drugs for vulture

Bangladesh has become the first country to have banned painkiller ketoprofen. This pain reliever is widely used to treat cattle. But this painkiller is toxic for vultures. This is a historic step to save the remaining population of threatened vultures globally.

Eating the meat of animals using diclofenac medicine was causing kidney failure. This dangerous drug was banned globally ten years ago. Experts found some years ago in research that the other analgesic drug Ketoprofen is also harmful for vulture birds.





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