Telangana Current Affairs 23rd September 2015
Dindi Lift Irrigation Project: Highlights and its problems:
Reservoirs: Konduru,Cherlagudem and Idampally reservoirs in Nalgonda and Arkapally,Charagonda in Mahbubnagar.
Water to be drawn from Srisailam – 30 TMC
Ayacut – 3.41. lakh acres
Length of Main canal – 92 km
Capacity of canal – 6,000 cusecs
Tunnel – 7.2 km and total no. of reservoirs – 5
Capacity of Total reservoirs – 31.8 TMC
Number of villages to be benefited -204
Farmers Demand’s : Not less than 15 lakh compensation for each acre,
Employment to all eligible family members
relief and Rehabilitation colonies for all the six villages losing under the project.
Files move faster : Ahead of Modi’s visit, $3 bn Defence deals cleared
Boeing to supply Apache,Chinook helicopters.
The Monsoon sessions of the Telangana’s legislature is starting from 23rd September 2015.
Rainfall has been on a downward spiral in the last 2 years:
Groundwater level goes down. With 47.2% defect rainfall till this August.
TS, Chattisgarh ink pact on PPA for 1,000 MW
Telangana government signed for a Power purchase agreement for a supply of 12 years here on Tuesday.
A transmission line between Wardha in Maharastra and Dichpally in Nizamabad district of Telangana is
being constructed to evict power from Chattisgarh.
Now, quota stir in Kerala:
Tamil Brahmins seek minority status,Hardik Patel to help chart out their agitation.
West Bengal seeks GI tag for Rasgolla
As we all know both the states, Orissa and Westbengal are trying to pull out that the Rasgolla is from their origin.
Odisha girl wins award at Google Science Fair 2015
Lalita Prasida Sripada srisai, class 9 student from Damanjodiin koraput district in Odisha won the ‘Community Impact Award’ at the prestigious Google science fair in California on Tuesday. This student developed a low-cost bio-adsorbent based water purifier which uses waste corn cobs as key ingredient.
National Health Profile highlights poor doctor-patient ratio
Every government hospital serves an estimated 61,000 people in India, with one bed for every 1833
people, show shows the new data. The undivided AP, show that the Govt. hospital serves 3,12,778 people
and average person served for one bed is 4,381. While Bihar and Maharastra are at the worst ratios.
India now has cumulatively 9.4 lakh allopathic doctors, 1.54 lakh dental surgeons and 7.37. lakh AYUSH doctors
of whom more than half are Ayurvedic doctors. India’s 400 medical colleges admit an estimated 47,000 students anually. Among all, undivieded AP has highest public expenditure on health in 2012-13.