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DU To Publish World Classics In Hindi

To strengthen social and cultural ties, Delhi University will translate and publish world classics from foreign countries in Hindi.

4000 MW Power Plant In Patratu, Jharkhand

Patratu Super Thermal Power Project, in Jharkhand will generate 4000 MW and 85% of its power will be allocated to the state. Foundation stone of the 2400 MW first phase will be laid by PM Modi today.

3 Slum Kids From Odisha Selected For Boca Juniors Football School

3 slum kids from Bhubaneswar have been selected by Boca Juniors Football School India in Bengaluru for training.

Samrai Soren, Satyam Singh and Sonu Hati the selected 3 will spend 3 years in Bengaluru and get football training along with education, completely sponsored.

Soon, Manipur To Have Country's First Sports University

The Union Cabinet approved an ordinance to set up the country's first national sports university in Manipur. The Manipur government has already allocated land for the proposed university.

Guwahati Becomes 1st Solar Powered Railway Station

Guwahati has become the first Solar Powered Railway Station in the country. Around 2352 solar modules with a capacity of generating 700 kwp has been set up over the roof of the Guwahati railway station. 

Panic Buttons In Rly Coaches Soon To Help Women Passengers

To strengthen security of women passengers in trains, Railway plans to deploy women police personnel on trains during night hours as well as install 'panic buttons' in coaches. 

Monsoon Likely To Arrive 3 Days Early

 According to India Meteorological Department monsoon is expected to arrive over the Kerala coast on 29th May, 3 days ahead of its normal schedule on June 1. 

AIIMS In Deoghar, Jharkhand Soon

The cabinet chaired by PM Narendra Modi has approved the setting up of All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in Deoghar, Jharkhand. A provision of funds worth Rs. 1103 crore has been approved for the project which will consist of a hospital with a capacity of 750 beds, trauma center facilities and a medical college with an in-take of 100 MBBS students per year and have a nursing college with an int-ake of 60 B.Sc.(Nursing) students per year.

Elderly In Gujarat To Get Doorstep Healthcare Facilities

In Gujarat, a unique health care facility has been launched for the elderly, 70+, wherein they would get access to primary health monitoring at their doorstep. A registration fee of 1000 Rs will have to be given. A doctor, nurse and an attendant will visit them every fortnight for check-up and advise.

Central University in Andhra Pradesh Approved

Cabinet approves setting up of a Central University in Andhra Pradesh. A provision of funds worth Rs. 450 crore has been approved for meeting the first phase expenditure towards its establishment.

Nod To Allow Internet Telephony

Telecom Commission gives nod to allow users to make calls to mobiles phones as well as landlines through the internet. Phone calls can then be made without a SIM.

NEET PG & NEET SS Cut Off Reduced By 15%

The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has reduced the NEET PG and NEET SS cut off percentile by 15%. The decision is likely to benefit about 18000 students as this will improve the chances of filling up PG seats and minimizing wastage of seats. (PIB)

All MP Villages To Be Electrified By October

Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister has said that all MP villages will be electrified by October this year. 

80,000 Cr Deposits In Jan Dhan Accounts

The total deposits in the Jan Dhan accounts have crossed Rs 80,000 crore, gradually rising since March 2017.

Diu Smart City, To Run On 100% Renewable Energy During Daytime

Diu Smart City has become the first city in India, that runs on 100% renewable energy during daytime setting. Diu had been importing 73% of its power from Gujarat until last year. A 9 MW solar park spread over 50 hectares rocky barren land has been developed besides installing solar panels on the roof tops on 79 government buildings thereby generating 1.3 MW.

Rs 2,000 From PoS Machines Free Of Charge

People in smaller towns can withdraw up to Rs 2,000 a day from its PoS machines at retail outlets free of charge. As per the RBI guidelines, the withdrawal limit from PoS machines at retail outlets in Tier 1 and 2 cities is Rs 1,000 per card, per day and Rs 2,000 in smaller towns.

W. Rly To Install LED Lights In Local Trains

Western Railway is installing 23200 LED tube lights in its 102 rakes of local trains which would save 91,000 Rupees per rake annually.

First 5G Radio Lab At IIT-Delhi

Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi will soon inaugurate a 5G radio laboratory on its campus. This is likely to reduce effects of exposure and radiation compared to the 3G/4G systems.

Pathankot Gets Operationalized As The 2st Airport Under UDAN

Pathankot now gets operationalized as the 21st airport under UDAN (Ude Desh ka Aam Naagrik) – RCS (Regional Connectivity Scheme). The flight from Delhi to Pathankot will operate on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Vehicles Will Come With Fitted Number Plates

Vehicles will soon come fitted with number plates and the cost will be included in the four-wheelers' price.

Mobile App For Delhi City Buses

Soon an app will be available for Delhiites to let one know in real time as to the location of bus the commuter is to take. Delhi Transport Corporation is getting this app developed.

93% Rural Households With Toilet Access Using Them

A survey finds that 93% households in villages who have access to toilets are using them. The survey also says that 77% of households in villages have access to toilets.

100Rs Bonus Above MSP on Gram, Mustard, Lentil In MP

Bonus of Rs 100 per quintal over and above the respective minimum support prices (MSP) of gram, mustard and lentil announced by Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan.

31.20 Cr Accounts Opened Under Jan-Dhan Yojana

As on 28.2.2018, 31.20 crore accounts have been opened under Pradhan Mantri Jan-Dhan Yojana (PMJDY) with aggregate deposit balances of Rs. 75,572.09 crore. Of these, 25.18 crore (81%) Jan-Dhan accounts are operative. 

Pass Marks Reduced In CISCE Exam For Class X & XII

The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) has informed that it has reduced the pass marks for the Class X from 35% to 33% and for class XII from 40% to 35% from the Examination year 2018 onwards.

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