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AspirantWorld One liners : 16th July

• Establish and operate the International Trade Financial Service Platform (ITFS) to provide a framework for trade financial services in the International Financial Service Center. The IFSCA has issued a framework for establishing and operating an International Trade Finance Services…

K. Kamaraj

• The Prime Minister Narendra Modi has paid homage to K. Kamaraj on his birth anniversary. About: • Kumaraswami Kamaraj (1903 – 1975), popularly known as Kamarajar was an Indian independence activist and politician. • He served as the Chief…

Special livestock sector package

• Government approves implementation of a special livestock sector package consisting of several activities by revising and realigning various components of Department of Animal Husbandry & Dairying schemes for next 5 years starting from 2021-22. About: • This package envisages…

Awas Par Samvaad

• Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana – Urban (PMAY-U) has launched Awas Par Samvaad – series of 75 seminars and workshops to take ahead the Prime Minister’s vision of ‘Housing for All’. About: • Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs (MoHUA)…

Right to repair movement

• In recent years, countries around the world have been attempting to pass effective ‘right to repair’ laws. About: • US President Joe Biden signed an executive order calling on the Federal Trade Commission to curb restrictions imposed by manufacturers…

Lightning deaths

• At least 30 people were killed in separate incidents of lightning in various parts of the country in the past 24 hours. How common are deaths by lightning? • As a whole, India sees 2,000-2,500 lightning deaths every year…