01.02.01.22 KAMATAKA PSC Daily Current Affairs

 

 

KARNATAKA

 

Traders told not to sell Karnataka jaggery with ‘Kolhapuri’ tag

 

 

The Kolhapur agriculture produce market committee (APMC) has asked the traders and commission agents of the APMC to not procure jaggery made in Karnataka.

 

Jaggery is produced in Kolhapur in a completely natural process. In fact, Kolhapuri jaggery got a geographical indication (GI) tag in 2014 for its natural process, unique taste due to high sugar cane juice content and most importantly, because it is free of chemicals. However, jaggery made in Karnataka and other regions in Maharashtra are made sweet by addition of sugar, as the sugar cane grown in those areas have lower sugar content. The addition of excess sugar imparts excess sweetness to such jaggery, making it attractive for the customers in cities and other states. As a result, Kolhapuri jaggery fetches between Rs 300 and 400 less per 100 kg block.

 

INTERNATIONAL

 

Largest Rhino Transfer

 

Onboard a Boeing 747 charter flight, 30 white rhinos were recently transported from South Africa to Rwanda.

Highlights:

They were relocated due to the growing danger of illegal poaching. It was the world’s largest single white rhino transfer.

Ceratotheriumsimum is the scientific name for white rhinoceros, also known as square-lipped rhinoceros.

They are the world’s largest rhinoceros species.

They have a large mouth that they use to graze with. Among all rhino species, they are thought to be the most social.

 

 

 

NATIONAL

 

One Nation-One Grid-One Frequency

 

As part of the Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav, PowerGrid Corporation Limited commemorated the achievement of “One Nation One Grid.”

Highlights:

On this occasion, Free health check-ups and medical camps were organized across 70 locations.

India’s total multi-transmission capacity is currently around 1,12,250 MW. By 2022, it is expected to increase to around 1,18,740 MW.

By transferring power from resource-centric regions to load-centric regions, synchronization of all provincial grids will aid in the most efficient use of natural resources.

It will also result in the establishment of a thriving electricity market in India, which will facilitate power trading.

 

Microwave Absorber 5G

Subodh G, an assistant professor at Kerala University, and Vidhya Lalan, a research scholar, have created fifth-generation microwave absorbers.

Highlights:

The development of 5G microwave absorbers could be used as a shield against electromagnetic radiation.

Because of the worldwide quest for smarter and advanced electronic devices, the threat of electromagnetic pollution and radiation is unavoidable.

Electromagnetic interference (EMI) has an impact on high-end devices and is harmful to live organisms’ health.

In this age of 5G technological advances of Things, the problems caused by EMI require immediate attention (IoT).

 

Energy Transition Advisory Committee

 

The Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas established the Energy Transition Advisory Committee. Tarun Kapoor, the former Secretary of the Petroleum Ministry, is in charge.

Highlights:

  • It will concentrate on increasing the proportion of clean energy sources in the country’s energy mix, such as hydrogen, biofuel, nuclear, geothermal, and tidal.
  • To assist India in meeting its 2070 net-zero emissions goal. Creating a road map for the energy transition (within 6 months).
  • To develop a step-by-step plan for transitioning from fossil fuels to renewable energy.
  • India announced its goal of achieving net-zero emissions by 2070 during the Leaders Summit on Climate Change.
  • To accomplish this, oil companies were told to develop plans aimed at increasing their clean energy portfolio.
  • These plans will be reviewed by the committee. It will also make recommendations. In addition, the committee will make recommendations for the plans’ development.

 

Nineteenth Tranche of Electoral Bonds

 

On December 31, 2021, the central government approved the issuance of the 19th tranche of electoral bonds, down that route of assembly polls in five states.

Highlights:

  • Electoral bonds will be available for purchase from January 1 to October 10, 2022.
  • The bonds will be issued and encashed by the State Bank of India (SBI) through its 29 Authorized Branches.
  • Five states, namely Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, and Goa, will hold assembly elections.

Electoral Bond

  • Electoral Bonds are a type of financial instrument that can be used to donate to political parties.
  • These bonds are available in denominations of 1000, 10000, 1 lakh, 10 lakh, and 1 crore rupees, with no upper limit.

 

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