Chhattisgarh dairy federation plans to launch new products
the Chhattisgarh State Cooperative Dairy Federation is drawing up ambitious plans, including launch of new products and tapping e-commerce opportunities, that would benefit the dairy farmers associated with the primary milk cooperative societies across the state.
new milk products including ‘Chhena Rabdi’ started in September last year and whey-protein drinks ‘Gutpat’, ‘Chhena Kheer’ and ice cream are being manufactured and sold in the market from January this year.
With an objective to provide improved quality animal feed to dairy farmers of the state, federation managing director said a 100 MT capacity animal feed plant will be set up soon by the federation under central govt scheme.
The Personal Data Protection Bill
Outlines framework for handling of personal data including its processing by public and private entities, has been referred to a Joint Committee of both the Houses.
Bill will provide for protection of the privacy of individuals relating to their personal data, specify the flow and usage of personal data, create a relationship of trust between persons and entities processing the personal data, protect the fundamental rights of individuals whose personal data are processed, to create a framework for organisational and technical measures in processing of data, laying down norms for social media intermediary, cross-border transfer, accountability of entities processing personal data, remedies for unauthorised and harmful processing, and to establish a Data Protection Authority of India for the said purposes and for matters connected there with or incidental thereto.
Delhi election result 2020
Official results declared for all 70 seats
AAP has won 62 seats in the Delhi assembly elections and the BJP has won 8.
AAP, which had won 54.34 per cent votes in 2015, came close to its past performance and secured 53.57 per cent votes.
Arvind Kejriwal is slated to take oath as the Delhi Chief Minister for the third time on February 16.
India gets $463.44 million FDI in food processing
India has received foreign direct investment (FDI) of $463.44 million in the food processing sector in the first half of the current fiscal.
The country had received $628.24 million FDI in the food processing sector during the full fiscal year 2018-19 and $904.90 million during 2017-18.
The Ministry of Food Processing Industries (MoFPI) provides credit-linked capital subsidy in the form of grants-in-aid for setting up of various food processing industries/projects/units under its central sector scheme PMKSY.