01.07.22 OPSC Daily Current Affairs

ODISHA   Odisha move up in Ease of Doing Business rankings   From one of the bottom-ranked states in the last Ease of Doing Business ranking, Odisha has now been marked as an ‘Achiever’ along with some of the industrially developed states like Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh in the Business Reforms Action Plan (BRAP) 2020 assessment report … Read more

30.06.22 OPSC Daily Current Affairs

ODISHA   Thirty four new courts to come up in Odisha   A committee led by finance minister Niranjan Pujari has given its nod to establish 34 new courts—16 civil, 10 commercial and eight sessions courts—in the state, law minister PratapJena said here on Monday. Jena said the new courts will help reduce pendency and … Read more

29.06.22 OPSC Daily Current Affairs

ODISHA Odisha: Government forms body to monitor dams   The government on Monday formed a separate State Dam Safety Organisation (SDSO) to monitor safety of dams and to undertake their repair and maintenance. The SDSO will be headed by a chief engineer (dam safety) and will be headquartered in Bhubaneswar. “It was formed as per the Dam … Read more

28.06.22 OPSC Daily Current Affairs

ODISHA   Odisha to come up with plan to develop coastal areas   With coastal erosion emerging as a major problem in the state, the Odisha government has decided to prepare a long term integrated plan to ensure sustainable development of coastal areas and eco-supportive management of coastal resources.   Stating that Odisha would be … Read more

27.06.22 OPSC Daily Current Affairs

ODISHA   Odisha government to give monthly pension to transgenders   The Odisha government has decided to include members of the transgender community in a social welfare scheme which provides a monthly pension to the needy.   Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik has approved a proposal to cover the members of the community under the MadhuBabu Pension Yojana (MBPY) which aims at … Read more

26.06.22 OPSC Daily Current Affairs

TAMILNADU   HomoSEP: IIT Madras Robot to clean septic tanks   Indian Institute of Technology Madras has developed a robot called to clean septic tanks and eliminate manual scavenging in India. It is all set to be deployed in field.   A total of ten robots are planned to be deployed across Tamil Nadu. Researchers … Read more

DMPQ: India has lower quit rates for smoking.Comment

The International Commission to Reignite the Fight Against Smoking report was recently published. The report was prepared using secondary data from sources such as World Bank. Key Findings of the report   India has been ranked second in the number of smokers aged between 16 and 64 years. India is among the nations having lowest … Read more

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