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Current Affairs of December 2010

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Raja to appear before CBI on 24th December

The former Communications Minister, A. Raja, said on 22nd December, 2010 that he would appear before the Central Bureau of Investigation on 24th December, 2010 for being questioned in the alleged scam in the 2G spectrum allocation.

The CBI had sent a notice under Section 160 of the Criminal Procedure Code to Mr. Raja, asking him to appear before it for interrogation.

Mr. Raja is likely to be questioned about the alleged irregularities and bias in the implementation of the telecom policy to favour some new mobile phone operators.

A few days ago, the CBI searched places belonging to Mr. Raja’s relatives and business partners.

As per the Comptroller and Auditor-General of India’s report, the exchequer had lost Rs.1.76 lakh crore because of the alleged irregularities committed by the Department of Telecommunications, under Mr. Raja, while issuing licences and spectrum in 2008.

 

President Patil releases stamp on Yashwantrao Chavan

President Pratibha Patil on 22nd December, 2010 released commemorative postage stamps on Maharashtra’s first chief minister Yashwantrao Chavan and freedom fighter and social reformer Bhausaheb Hire.

Patil, while releasing the postage stamps, recalled the contributions made by the two in making Maharashtra a progressive state.

‘Yashwantrao Chavan was not just a visionary leader of Maharashtra, but a towering personality at the national level too,’ she said.

Paying her respect to Hire, Patil appreciated his contribution towards socio-economic development.


Russian President arrives in India

Russian President Dmitry Medvedev touched down here early on 21st December morning on a two-day visit during which the two sides are expected to sign over a dozen agreements, including a key pact on Moscow building more nuclear reactors in India.

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Mr. Medvedev will discuss a wide range of bilateral and international issues, including the expansion of civil nuclear cooperation, the intensification of bilateral economic ties, global terrorism and the international financial crisis.

The two sides are set to sign over 15 agreements, including key pacts on jointly producing a multi—billion dollar fifth generation jet fighter and Moscow’s plans to build morenuclear reactors in India after the leaders of the two sides hold talks here on 21st December, 2010.

The Russian leader will go to Agra and Mumbai on 22nd December, 2010. In Mumbai, Mr. Medvedev will stay at The Taj Mahal Palace and Tower Hotel, one of the main targets of November 26, 2008 terror attack, and pay homage to victims of the carnage. He will also go to Film City, where he will interact with Bollywood stars.


Train nos changed to five digit system

All passenger trains have now begun moving with a five-digit numbering system from Monday in place of the existing four-digit system, giving each train a unique identifiable number.

The new numbering system is more scientific, logical, uniform and computer-friendly and "will go a long way in monitoring the movement of trains more effectively on an all India basis and in facilitating dissemination and management of train information more scientifically, benefiting the public".

 
The existing number system was exhausted with more than 10,000 trains running every day.

The new system will also help integrate the passenger and suburban train services in various information systems such as passenger reservation systems and other software applications.

All the numbers have been converted to the new five-digit system by simply prefixing ’1′ to the existing four-digit numbers.

The new system will cover all scheduled and regular express, mail and superfast trains, including the Durontos, Yuva Trains, Rajdhani Express,Shatabdi Express, Jan Shatabdi Express, Garibrath Express, Sampark Kranti Express and all such category of trains that have a mail or express character during any part of their journey.

The names of the trains will, however, not be changed.

Special trains run to clear holiday rush shall have the prefix ’0′. This shall apply to all special trains, whether superfast, express or passenger train in character, running between any pair of destinations.


Have seen a Wikileaks cable – see it now?

As student of Current Affairs, We have read so much about Wikileaks these days that we  all seem to know a lot about Julian Assange and his tryst with disclosures.

But not many of us have seen or read any original cable or document pulished by wikileaks.

Here is the link to a Popular Wikileaks cables.


Daman and Diu celebrates 50th Liberation Day

Unfurling of the tricolor, impressive march past and colorful cultural programmes today marked the 50th liberation day celebration of Daman and Diu here.

To celebrate this Golden Jubilee year, Administration, Daman Industrial Association, Tourism Department and Balbhavan organised a three day state level programme.

The union territory entered the 50th year of freedom from 400 years of Portugal rule.

The three day programme commenced by flag hosting followed by a march past by the police, Excise department, Coast guard, NCC and school students.


Anand Kumar to be awarded

Super30 founder and mathematician Anand Kumar will be awarded the Pradhyapak Yashwant Rao Kelkar Yuva Shiksha Puruskar for his outstanding contribution in the field of education in Bihar.

Eminent musician and Oscar Award recepient Rasool Pukutti would give away the prize to Anand in Bangalore on the 56th National Convention of Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthy Parishad on 28th December, ABVP national vice-president Rajnish Shukla told reporters.

The award, instituted by ABVP in 1991, is given to a renowned youth and social worker in ecognition of his outstanding services in the fieldof education every year, Shukla said.

The award carries a citation and Rs 25,000.

Anand has been selected for his contribution in teaching children fromunderprivileged sections and preparing them for the prestigious IIT-JEE at his Super 30 school, where the students get free coaching, lodge and food for nine months.

Anand, who first started the Ramanujam School of Mathematics in 1992, launched Super 30 in 2002.


No new Bill on quota in posts and services

The Department of Personnel and Training has made it clear that at present there is no proposal to introduce in Parliament a new Bill, viz SC/ST (Reservation in Posts and Services), though the earlier Bill introduced in the Rajya Sabha in 2008 was later withdrawn.

The DoPT stated this in reply to a query raised by Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Vichar Manch general secretary R.L. Kain whether the government would come out with a new Bill as per the assurance given during the 2009 Lok Sabha polls.

Mr. Kain, in his letter, pointed out that in 2004 the Common Minimum Programme stipulated that a comprehensive Reservation law would be enacted to codify all reservations. He said such a law would inspire confidence among members of the SC/ST and the OBC community and their legitimate aspirations.


New land acquisition policy in Gujarat

In a bid to encourage farmers to part with their land for industrial development, the Gujarat government has formulated a new land acquisition policy to make them partners in the development.

The State-owned Gujarat Industrial Development Corporation (GIDC) henceforth would acquire land only with the “consent” of the concerned farmers, pay them at the prevailing market price, and give them a share in the higher price after the infrastructural development.


Call for global ban on Endosulfan

The Asia-Pacific regional meeting of the International Union of Food workers (IUF) demanded a global ban on Endosulfan — an insecticide used in plantations.

India to support the inclusion of Endosulfan in the Stockholm convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants. The unions called for a global ban also on Paraquat — a toxic chemical with no antidote — the use of which has been associated with Parkinson’s disease.


Rajasthan announces single window system

The much-awaited “single window” facility for investors in Rajasthan was cleared by the State Cabinet.

The Rajasthan Enterprises Single Window Enabling and Clearance Ordinance, 2010 — for which the rules would be framed by a committee headed by the Chief Secretary — would be in place by January 1, 2011. With this Rajasthan would join the exclusive club of less than half a dozen States in the country where a pro-active approach is taken by the authorities to facilitate the potential investor with all clearances and other paperwork.

Once the Ordinance comes into force, investments up to Rs.10 crore would be cleared at the district level by a committee headed by the Collector. The nodal agency for this would be the District Industrial Centres (DICs). The investments beyond Rs.10 crore would be cleared by a State level empowered committee headed by the Chief Secretary. The Bureau for Industrial Promotion (BIP) will be the nodal agency for this category.


Rs 350 cr scheme to address climate change, reduce agri losses

Seeking to address the issue of climate change in the farm sector, government approved a Rs 350 crore scheme to study its impact on agriculture with a view to bring down production losses.

The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs approved the scheme, to be implemented in the remaining part of the current Plan period, to address the impact of climate change on agriculture.

“The main objective of the scheme is to assess the impact of climate change on agriculture and allied sectors in the country and evolve cost-effective adaptation and mitigation strategies,”

Under the scheme, the government plans to spend Rs 350 crore – Rs 200 crore in the current fiscal and the rest in the next fiscal- on research infrastructure, capacity building and on-farm demonstration of the climate resilient technologies.

The scheme would assess vulnerability of agro-climatic regions in detail and its impact on different crops, livestock and fishery sectors.

It will initiate research on adaptation and mitigation at seven major institutes of the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR).

It would also demonstrate available climate resilient practices on farmers’ fields in 100 most vulnerable districts of 27 states in the country.


Army to dedicate 2011 to its disabled personnel

The army will dedicate the year 2011 for its personnel disabled while serving the nation and a number of programmes will be launched for their welfare, Army Chief General V K Singh said in New Delhi.

India gears up to serve in Security Council with new outlook

India is gearing up to serve the powerful UN Security Council as a non-permanent member after a gap of 19 years with a fresh outlook on several international issues, especially human rights.

India will return to the Security Council on January 1, 2011 for a two-year period along with South Africa, Colombia, Germany and Portugal.


Fund set up for promotion of collaboration in Science & Tech

IT major Infosys Technologies and France based EADS agreed to donate 200,000 euro (about Rs 1.19 crore) to set up a fund that will help students of Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) and the Paris Institute of Technology (ParisTech).

"With the donation made by Infosys and EADS of 100,000 euro each that will contribute to the creation of the IITs-ParisTech-Fund for Science and Technology, it is proposed to establish an ambitious tool to strenthen the collaboration between these two groups of eminent institutions in France and in India,"

Out of euro 200,000, 70,000 euro will be used for the undergraduate level and rest will be used for PhD students in India and France.

EADS is a global leader in aerospace, defence and related services.
The IITs-ParisTech Internership programme in Science & Technology will provide undergraduate students and postgraduate students opportunity to complete an intership in the partner country within an academaic institution or a company.

The objective is to structure long-term cooperation in education and research between ParisTech and IITs, associating academic and industrial partners.
The objective of the programme is to encourage students to discover Science & Technology in the partner institutions and give them the desire to contribueb for a longer period of time to a joint research project between France and India or to start their professional careers as part of an industrial project between the two countries.


Haryana bags first prize in energy conservation

Haryana has bagged the first prize in the ‘Best States’ category for its performance in the Energy Conservation Programmes in 2009-10.

Haryana had become the only state in the country to have bagged the national award for energy conservation for three consecutive years, a spokesman of the Haryana Renewable Development Agency (HAREDA) added.


India
poised for $169 b investment in clean energy

India is all set to emerge among the top five nations in G-20 group in terms of clean energy investments worldwide and is likely to attract $169 billion in wind, solar, biomass, energy from waste, small hydro, geothermal and marine energy projects in the next decade.

According to “Global clean power: a $2.3 trillion opportunity” report brought out by the U.S.-based Pew Charitable Trusts, the annual clean energy investment in India is forecast to grow phenomenally over the next 10 years. Within the G-20, India is on track to climb from the tenth to the third place in terms of clean power project investments worldwide, the report said.

Enhanced clean energy policies would increase private investments in India by 48 per cent, tied with the U.K. for the highest rate of increase in the G-20, the Pew report said.


Centre for privatisation of higher education

Suggesting increased private partnership as a viable financial model to enhance investments in the education sector, the government has recommended raising fees in higher education institutions and allowing schools to function as profit-making bodies with a regulatory mechanism in place.

For students belonging to weaker sections, there could be provision for financing grants for pursuing higher education, repayable after students start earning so as to ensure sustainability of the system, Mid-Year Analysis for 2010-11 tabled in the Lok Sabha recommended.

While appreciating the creation of new institutions and various reforms proposed by the Ministry of Human Resource Development, including establishing a National Commission for Higher Education and Research (NCHER) as an overarching regulatory body for higher education, the analysis, nevertheless, says adequacy of teachers — both in numbers and quality — remains a cause for concern.


Planning Commission seeks inputs from NGOs, social groups for 12th Plan

The Planning Commission is involving leading non-governmental organisations and civic society, seeking their inputs, suggestions and experiences, for preparing its approach paper for the 12th Five Year Plan (2012-17), which will be the base document for the Plan itself.

Though NGOs had been giving their suggestions for the previous Five Year Plans, this is the first time that the Planning Commission has sought engagement of the civil society, asking them to identify the challenges and areas that require special focus, so thatthe Plan document was more holistic in nature and could help in yielding desired results.


Indian Statistical Institute signs pact with London School of Economics

The Indian Statistical Institute has signed a Memorandum of Understanding for co-operation in research with the London School of Economics, Union Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee announced.

The London School of Economics will spend £ 100,000 in the agreement that has been signed until March 2012.

Now only six ‘national parties’ in India

With the Election Commission taking strong action against those parties not fulfilling the minimum eligibility criteria for getting recognition as “national” or “State” parties, the number of national parties in the country has come down to six from seven. The total number of State parties is 52 and registered unrecognised parties, 1112.

Now, the six recognised national parties are the Congress, the Bharatiya Janata Party, the Communist Party of India (CPI), the CPI (M), the Bahujan Samaj Party and the Nationalist Congress Party. The Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD), which was earlier considered a national party, will henceforth be only a recognised State level party in Bihar, Jharkhand and Manipur. Its recognition in Nagaland has been withdrawn in view of its poor performance in the 2008 Assembly election there. For getting national party status, a political party should have recognition in at least four States.

In Tamil Nadu, there will be only three State parties — the Dravida Munnettra Kazhagam (DMK), the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) and the Pattali Makkal Katchi PMK — as the Marumalarchi Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam lost itsrecognition due to poor show in last year’s Lok Sabha poll. Similarly, in Puducherry, there will be only three State parties — the DMK, the AIADMK and the Puducherry Munnetra Congress — as the PMK has been derecognised.


Parliament logjam led to wastage of over Rs 146 crore

The 2G spectrum scam may have caused a colossal loss to the national exchequer, but the standoff between the government and Opposition over it has resulted in the further wastage of over Rs 146 crore as the entire Winter session of Parliament was virtually washed out.

The Winter Session began on November 9 and since a day after it, the entire Opposition has been hell-bent on demand for a Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) probe into 2G spectrum allocation, which is believed to have resulted in losses to the tune of Rs 1.74 lakh crore.

The government has, however, refused to yield to the demand, leading to a deadlock because of which Parliament was unable to function for more than 10 minutes per day on an average.

According to official figures, the total budget for Lok Sabha for the current fiscal year is Rs 347


India
to protest Meera Shankar’s ‘pat down’ search in US

India will strongly take up the issue of Indian Ambassador to the US Meera Shankar being put through a “pat down” search at a US airport, External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna said here on 9th December, 2010 and described the incident as “unacceptable”.

The minister pointed out that India had a “very cordial relationship” with the US and hoped that the relationship was taken forward. On Dec 4, Shankar was subjected to a rigorous public “pat-down” at the Jackson-Ever International airport after a visit as a guest of the Mississippi State University.

According to The Jackson Clarion-Ledger, Shankar was singled out from a group of 30 passengers and pulled aside. Witnesses told the paper that she was chosen as she was wearing a sari.

Apparently, Transportation Security Administration (TSA) guidelines do not have any exceptions for foreign dignitaries, but officers have the discretion to pick and choose, depending on whether they set off metal detectors, the newspaper said. The Indian ambassador did not set off any alarms. At the same time, TSA allows additional screenings when passengers are wearing “bulky” clothing.


Money trail in 2G spectrum scam covers 10 countries: ED

The Enforcement Directorate, in its report on 2G Spectrum allocation scam submitted to the Supreme Court on 8th December, 2010, is understood to have said that the case has international ramifications as the money trail covers ten countries, including Mauritius.

Pointing out that enlisting the cooperation of governments of the ten countries was necessary to trace the money trail, the ED report said it would move a competent court for issuance of Letters Rogatory for the purpose, sources said.

The report said the investigation into the scam in the country would be completed by March next year while some more time is required to wrap up the probe in foreign countries, according to the sources.

The report said the ED has recorded the statement of corporate lobbyist Niira Radia in connection with the scam and it is carefully examining the same.


WikiLeaks reveals LeT plot to kill Modi

The document dump from whistle blower website WikiLeaks has revealed that Pakistan-based terror outfit, Lashkar-e-Toiba, plotted to assassinate Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi.

According to WikiLeaks, the terror outfit had several rounds of discussion on how to carry out the attack. The intelligence reports released on the website said that Pakistani handlers and Indian members were in constant touch in June last year.

The terror organisation was planning three major tasks in India just six months after the Mumbai attack, including the assassination plot and setting up of terror camps in South India, US intelligence inputs that are part of a leaked diplomatic cable revealed. The third task pertained to some work involving a car but details were not shared in the leaked cable.

There have been reports that terrorist David Headley had confessed that that Ishrat Jahan, the Mumbai girl, who was shot dead by Gujarat police along with three other alleged terrorists in a 2004 encounter, was a Lashkar fidayeen. According to Headley, Ishrat was an active LeT operative, who was recruited by Muzammil, who was in charge of terror outfit’s operations in India till 2007.

Gujarat police has been maintaining that Muzammil had directed Ishrat and her accomplices to spread terror in Gujarat and target leaders.


Sarkozy calls for permanent Security Council seat for India

During his first stopover on his four-day visit to India here on 4th December, French President Nicolas Sarkozy called for a permanent seat for India in the U.N. Security Council.

It was “unthinkable” that a country of a billion people should have no representation in the Security Council, he said in his address at the Indian Space Research Organisation where he arrived with his wife Carla Bruni and a large contingent of French ministers and executives.

India’s recent election to the Security Council for two years “must serve as the prelude to a permanent Indian presence within the UNSC,” Mr. Sarkozy said.

The UNSC must be expanded to include new permanent members — India, Brazil, Germany and Japan — and must have representation from Africa and the Middle-East, he said, adding India should join the Security Council as a permanent member so that it can assume its full role in the G20.

Nuclear energy would be the “focus” of Indo-French cooperation, he said, lauding the “considerable environmental benefit” and “energy independence” that it brought. As much as 80 per cent of France’s electricity came from nuclear source.

India’s decision to expand its nuclear energy production from 4,000 to 62,000 megawatts in 20 years represents a “change of attitude.”

With the completion of the proposed nuclear power project at Jaitapur, to be built in collaboration with the French company Areva, the six Indo-French EPR plants would provide 10,000 megawatts of energy, said Mr. Sarkozy.

France hoped to take in three times the number of Indian students in its universities by 2012 compared to 2007, he said.


Rajiv Awas Yojana for Urban poor

Of the projects sanctioned under the JNNURM so far, an investment of around Rs. 36,000 crore is devoted to the programmes for basic services to urban poor and the development of slums. Construction of around 1.5 million houses for the poor and slum dwellers has been approved.

A new scheme called the Rajiv Awas Yojana has been announced for slum dwellers and the urban poor, aimed at ushering in a slum-free India by providing access to affordable housing for the urban poor.”

A.P. Singh is new CBI chief

IPS officer Amar Pratap Singh has been appointed the new Director of the Central Bureau of Investigation for two years succeeding Ashwani Kumar.

The Appointments’ Committee of the Cabinet headed by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh cleared the name of 58-year-old Singh, a 1974 batch IPS officer from Jharkhand cadre, for the post of the new chief of the elite investigating agency.

Singh was serving as Special Director of the agency. He has also held post of additional Director General in BSF and is a recipient of Indian Police Medal and President’s Police Medal.


Tejas successfully test-fires close combat air-to-air missile

Preparing for the Initial Operational Clearance (IOC), the Light Combat Aircraft, ‘Tejas,’ conducted its last phase of flight trials by successfully test firing air-to-air close combat missile at Goa.

One of the main objectives of the current phase of trials was clearing the firing envelope of the missile from the Tejas. The test firing of R-73 missile was done from the Limited Series Production (LSP) aircraft 4, the Defence Research Development Organisation (DRDO) announced here. The LSP-4 had its first successful flight in June this year and the IOC is scheduled towards the end of 2010.

The R-73 missile is integrated with the on-board Digital Stores Management System and Open Architecture Mission and Display Computer. The missile selection is performed from the high resolution multi-function display pages integrated with the state-of-the-art on-board avionics. All this equipment forms the IOC standard of Avionics, the DRDO said.

The flight test demonstrated user requirement including: safe separation of the missile from the test aircraft; no missile plume effect on the engine operation; avionics and weapon system functionality and safety interlocks; aircraft handling quality assessment during missile release; and effect of missileplume on the composite structure.


Govt approves policy on return of militants from PoK

Government has said that former militants who crossed over to Pakistan-occupiedKashmir (PoK) between 1989 and 2009 will be considered for return through its special rehabilitation policy.

“The policy proposed by Government of J and K for return of ex-militants from PoK or Pakistan to Jammu and Kashmir has been approved by Ministry of Home Affairs. The policy has to be implemented by the Government of Jammu and Kashmir.”




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