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AKHILESH LAYS FOUNDATION OF DIAL-100 EMERGENCY FACILITY
1.The foundation for U.P. government’s ambitious Police Emergency Response System building was on Saturday laid by Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav, who said that response time of the police will reduce drastically when the integrated state-wide Dial 100 system comes into operation.
2.The scheme will enable the police to reach the scene of incident within 20 minutes in the rural area and the response time in urban areas will be 10 minutes in two-wheelers and 15 minutes in four-wheelers.
3.This is the biggest project of the state as well as the country for modernisation of the police system and will commence within a year.
ECONOMY MAY TOUCH $5 TRILLION IN A DECADE: SINHA
1.The size of the Indian economy will more than double to five trillion dollars if seven per cent growth rate is sustained for next 10 years, Minister of State for Finance, Jayant Sinha, said
DHONI TO REMAIN CAPTAIN TILL WORLD T20
The National selectors, on Saturday, decided that M.S. Dhoni will remain captain of the limited-overs sides till the World T20 championship in March. Before announcing the teams for India’s upcoming tour of Australia next month, BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur announced the decision regarding Dhoni.
RARE DISCOVERY OF EEL ON WEST BENGAL COAST
1.The specimen was collected from fishing boats at a fish landing centre in Shankarpur.
2.Scientists of the Zoological Survey of India ( ZSI) have a discovered a new species of eel along the coast of Digha in West Bengal’s Purba Medinipur district.
3.The species, new to science, named Gymnothorax mishrai, is 32.4 cm long, brown in colour and the body is without any patterns.
NITIN GADKARI ANNOUNCES RS 80,000 CRORE PACKAGE FOR INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS IN MADHYA PRADESH
1.Union Minister Nitin Gadkari on Saturday announced a package of Rs 80,000 crore for Madhya Pradesh for various infrastructure works in the state including conversion of state roads into national highways and laying of a railway line.
US TO DOUBLE H-1B, L1 VISA FEE TO UP TO $4,500 FOR INDIAN FIRMS
1.The US Congress has imposed a special fee of up to $4,500 on the H-1B and L-1 visas popular among Indian IT companies to fund a 9/11 healthcare act and biometric tracking system.
2.The money generated, expected to be more than a billion dollar per annum, would be used to fund a biometric entry and exit tracking system, in addition to funding health screenings and treatments for 9/11 first responders.
VIJENDER DELIVERS HAT-TRICK OF KNOCKOUT WINS
1.Star Indian boxer Vijender Singh continued his remarkably dominant run in the professional circuit, notching up a third successive knockout triumph by thrashing Bulgaria’s Samet Hyuseinov in less than two rounds in Manchester on Saturday.
2.Barely 35 seconds into the second round of what was to be his maiden six-round contest, Vijender cornered Hyuseinov with a flurry of combination punches to force the referee into stopping the bout and give the Indian a win via Technical Knockout.
SUNNY LEONE TOPS GOOGLE’S MOST SEARCHED AGAIN IN INDIA IN 2015
1.Sunny Leone for the second time, beat the likes of PM Narendra Modi, Salman Khan, Shah Rukh Khan, and Deepika Padukone to take the top spot!
2.Salman Khan is at the second spot which was held by PM Modi in the year 2014. PM now has slipped to number ten spot. Dr APJ Abdul Kalam was the third most searched personality for the year 2015.
TATA POWER’S ARM COMMENCES 150 MW SUPPLY TO KERALA
1.Tata Power’s subsidiary Maithon Power Ltd has commenced 150 MW supply to Kerala with immediate effect.
2.According to company’s website, Maithon Power, a joint venture of Tata Power and DVC, has set up the 1,050 MW (2X525 MW)units near Dhanbad, Jharkhand.
LIFE EXPLODED ON EARTH AFTER SLOW RISE OF OXYGEN
1.It took 100 million years for oxygen levels in the oceans and atmosphere to increase to the level that allowed the explosion of animal life on Earth about 600 million years ago, according to a UCL-led study funded by the Natural Environment Research Council.
2.The new study, published today in Nature Communications, shows the increase began significantly earlier than previously thought and occurred in fits and starts spread over a vast period. It is therefore likely that early animal evolution was kick-started by increased amounts of oxygen, rather than a change in animal behaviour leading to oxygenation.