Telangana Current Affairs 2nd October 2015
Black money totaling of Rs.3,770 crore declared :
The Modi government‘s declaration window under the new Black Money Act, which saw all of 638 declarations worth Rs.3,770 crore.
India will set emissions reduction target : Javadekar
What are India’s Intended Derermined Contributions (INDCs) on climate change going to look like? This question has been the subject of much speculation in the pask weeks and javadekar said it that India will reduce emissions targets in a meeting with Modi meeting Obama.
On Modi’s Prompting ,DGPs to meet in Gujarat.
The 50th Director General of Police (DGPs) conference, an annual event o deliberate on the issue of internal security,is likely to be held on December 20 and 21 in the marshy Ran of Kutch in Gujarat.
‘Siddipet’ first constituency to become Open Defecation Free:
Siddipet achieved a milstone – the gigantic task of enduring a toilet for every household and is all set to become the first constituency in the Telangana Sate to be declared “Open Defecation Free.”
The constituency is having a total of 64,733 , out of them 43,933 rural households and 20,800 urban household having toilets in their houses. GITAM University roiped in for the construction of bio-tiolets.
Party time for Baboon.
As part of ‘Vanya Prani Saptah’ Nehru Zoological Park celebrates the 30th Birthday of ‘sacred baboon.’
Government to provide Rs.1,500 crore input subsidy:
Minister for Agriculture, Pocharam Srinivas Reddy promised to allocate funds to the tune of Rs.1,200 crore to 1,500 crore for providing input subsidies to farmers for second crop. He said it in the Assembly on a short discussion on failed monsoons and measures taken for the welfare of farmers. He also said Telangana is the 1st state to have appealed for farmer-centric insurance. A polit project is being taken up soon through Agricultural Insurance Company of India whereby 10 mandals each from two districts will be chosen for reimbursement of the whole of investment on the basis of scale of finance in case of crop loss.
Right Livelihood Award 2015:
Unuit and Arctic activist Sheila Watt-Cloutier of Canada won the 2015 Right livelihood Award, the jury for the Swedish human rights prize announced on Thursday.