Telangana Current Affairs 3rd October 2015

India to cut emissions intensity: towards a cleaner planet
India to set an ambitious target for a low-carbon future with the help of clean technologies. Big Emitters are China,U.S.,E.U.,India.
The mission is to reduce green-house emissions by upto 35% by 2030 from 2005 levels. At least $2.5 trillion (at 2014-15 prices) will be needed to meet the climate change goals till 2030. India has pledged to create an additional Carbon sink of 2.5 to 3 Billion tones of CO2 through afforestation by 2030.


India is poised to become 2nd Biggest Start-up Country:
No more starting trouble – The Union government might introduce a policy in December specifically for start-ups to give reprieve to stakeholders from stringent and unreasonable regulatory laws, said R.Chandrasekar,President , NASSCOM (National Association of Software and Services Companies). With a headcount of about 90,000 in the entire country, 90% of those employed in start-ups are below the age of 30 years.


TS Cabinet reshuffle and Irrigation policy to be unveiled?
Irrigation Policy to be unveiled at joint session of legislature on October 8 and 9. CM KC Rao meets Governor and solely discuss the policy and was likely to be read by the governor , Mr Rao was expected to make a powerpoint presentation on the injustice done to Telangana in irrigation sector in the combined state.


T-Hub to spring to life
Final touches are being given to the facility coming up on the IIIT-Hyderabad Campus. Space allotment is under way at the centre whose built-up area is 60,000 sq. ft.


E-Panchayats Project launched:
The State government’s ambitious e-panchayats project aimed at providing citizens with services in the gram panchayats was formally inaugurated in Chinna Bonala village in Sircilla mandal on Friday by IT and Panchayat Raj minister K.Taraka Rama Rao.


Sircilla shows the way
The Assembly segment sets a record for construction of 12,000 odd latrines in 15 days. Adhering by his promise Sircilla on fronts in the state,Minister K.Taraka Rama Rao made it 1st Assembly segment in the district to have individual latrines in every household. As part of ‘Swacch Telangana’ programme, minster launched the individual sanitary latrine programme in the town a month ago. It was identified that there were 72,267 households in the segment- among them, 59,315 houses have latrines while 12,952 houses do not have them. It was a milestone for the people of Sircilla.



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