11.03.23 Daily [Telangana] TSPSC Current Affairs

Telangana Affairs

‘19,000 cases pending in family courts in Telangana, 1 1 lakh in India’

JusticeV Ramasubramanianof The Supreme Court said 11.4 lakhcaseswerependingwith in Inida, including 19,000 cases inTelanganafamily courts.

After inaugurating the country’s first integrated complex for family courts at Purani Haveli in the Old City along with two other judges – Justice PS Narasimha and Justice Sanjay Kumar – of the apex court, Justice Ramasubramanian said several districts in the country do not have family courts even now. “If we set up family courts in all districts, the number of cases will also go up as more people will approach courts for resolving disputes,” he said.

This first-of-its kind facility has been built keeping in view the needs of warring couples, their kids and relatives. The family courts complex in Hyderabad is equipped with modern court halls, meditation halls, separate waiting rooms for men and Women, play areas and creches for children and separate feeding area for new mothers.Officialssaid the complex will provide a whole new experience to the litigants and their families. There are e-filing desks as well and dedicated staff to assist them.

National and International Affairs

As per data uploaded by Member Lending Institutions (MLIs) on Mudra portal, more than38.58 crore loans have been extended since inception of the Scheme in April 2015. Out of this, over26.35 crore loans have been extended to Women Entrepreneurs (68%) and 19.84 crore loans to SC/ST/OBC category of borrowers (51%). This was stated by the Union Minister of State for Finance Dr Bhagwat Kisanrao Karad in a written reply to a question in Lok Sabha.

The Minister further stated that the Ministry of Labour and EMPLOYMENT (MoLE) had conducted a large sample survey at the national level to assess employment generation under PMMY. As per the survey results, PMMY helped in generating 1.12 crore net additional employment in the country during a period of approximately 3 years (i.e. from 2015 to 2018).

LIFE – Lifestyle for Environment, key to combating climate change

Minister of State for Environment, Forest and <a href="https://exam.pscnotes.com/Climate-change”>Climate Change, Shri Ashwini Kumar Choubey informed that the Government has started Lifestyle for Environment (LiFE) movement with a view to sensitize all stakeholders, including the public at large, about the need for mindful utilization instead of mindless consumption of Resources. A comprehensive and non-exhaustive list of 75 individual environment-friendly actions (LiFE actions) across 7 categories has been identified for nudging individuals, communities and institutions as a part of this movement.

The update to NDC submitted to UNFCCC in August 2022 includes India’s commitment to reduce Emissions Intensity of its GDP by 45 percent by 2030, from 2005 level; achieve about 50 percent cumulative electric power installed capacity from non-fossil fuel-based Energy Resources by 2030.

21 Greenfield Airports are to be set up in the country, 11 are operationalized

Government of India has formulated a Greenfield Policy, 2008 which provides detailed guidelines, procedures and steps related to construction of Greenfield airports across the country, including in Bihar. Under the GFA Policy, the project proponent- an airport developer or the respective State Government willing to establish a Greenfield airport is required to send a proposal to the Ministry of Civil Aviation in the prescribed format for 2-stage approval process i.e., ‘Site Clearance’ followed by ‘In-Principle’ approval.

Government of India has also granted the first stage clearance i.e. site clearance for construction of three Greenfield airports namely Alwar in Rajasthan, Singrauli in Madhya Pradesh and Mandi in Himachal Pradesh.

The responsibility of implementation of airport projects including funding of the projects rests with the concerned airport developer including the respective State Government (in case the State Government is the project proponent).

Australias Deakin University to set up campus in GIFT city

The first foreign university to establish a campus in India will be Deakin University of Australia. The autonomous campus will be built in Gujarat International Financial Tec-City (GIFT) City.

The announcement by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman last year that she would allow top-tier foreign universities and institutions to establish campuses in GIFT City to provide courses in financial management, FinTech, science, technology, engineering, and mathematics free from domestic regulations has led to the current development.

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