14.07..21 Daily CGPSC (Chhattisgarh) Current Affairs


CM Baghel links plans to UN Sustainable Development Goals

Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel said the government’s plans and development agenda are linked to Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) adopted by the United Nations.

Baghel was addressing the first meeting here of the State Level SDG Steering Committee, set up to review the Sustainable Development Goals. SDGs adopted by the UN General Assembly include ending poverty, protecting environment, reducing economic inequality and ensuring peace and justice for all.

The Chief Minister said the government is making efforts to achieve the SDGs through various public welfare schemes.  He released the “State Indicator Framework” prepared by the State Planning Commission for achieving the SDGs and the “Baseline and Progress Report 2020” based on the same.He said the ‘State Indicator Framework’ will help in systematic evaluation and monitoring and thus improve the implementation of departmental plans. Baghel said that soon the District Indicator Framework will be finalized on the lines of the State Indicator Framework. All the districts will be ranked on the basis of their performance. State Planning Commission’s Deputy Chairman Ajay Singh said that for better implementation of SDGs, two committees have been constituted at the state level under the chairmanship of the Chief Minister and the Chief Secretary. The district level committees will be under the chairmanship of Collector.





India-UK Financial Markets Dialogue


The Financial Market Dialogue between India and the United Kingdom was conducted virtually.


The dialogue was established at the 10th Economic and Financial Dialogue in October 2020 to strengthen the bilateral financial relationship between the United Kingdom and India.
The discussion revolved around four main topics:

♦ GIFT City (Gujarat International Finance Tec-City), India’s premier international financial centre

♦ Banking and payment systems

♦ Insurance

♦ Capital markets





India Industrial Land Bank – IILB


The Industrial Land Bank of India is a GIS-based portal that contains all information related to industrial infrastructure, such as connectivity, infrastructure, natural resources and topography, plot-level information about open spaces, activity lines, and contact information.

♦ It serves as a one-stop shop for all industrial infrastructure-related data.

♦ It acts as a decision-support system for investors scouting land remotely.

♦ It is currently integrated with industry-based GIS systems from 17 states, allowing details on the portal to be updated in real time.

♦ The IILB has planned about 4,000 industrial parks on 550,000 hectares of land and is expected to achieve pan-Indian integration by December 2021.

♦ It is administered by the Department of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT).


Agriculture Infrastructure Fund – Central Sector Scheme


Union Cabinet has approved changes to the Central Sector Scheme of financing facility under the ‘Agriculture Infrastructure Fund’.


♦ State Agencies/APMCs, National and State Federations of Cooperatives, Federations of Farmers Producers Organizations (FPOs), and Federations of Self-Help Groups are now eligible (SHGs).

♦ Currently, the scheme allows for interest subventions on loans of up to Rs. 2 crore in a single location.

♦ If an eligible entity other than a private sector entity (i.e., state agencies, national and state federations of cooperatives, federations of FPOs, and federations of SHGs) establishes projects in multiple locations, all such projects will now be eligible for interest subsidies of up to Rs. 2 crore.

♦ However, a private sector entity will be limited to a maximum of 25 such projects.

♦ For APMCs, an interest subvention of up to Rs. 2 crore will be provided for each project of different infrastructure types, such as cold storage, sorting, grading, and assaying units, silos, and so on, within the same market yard.


INS Tabar Exercises was Held


The INS Tabar exercise was  held with the Italian Navy near Naples, Italy, as part of a continuous deployment to the Mediterranean


♦ The exercise covered a broad range of naval operations, such as air defence procedures and communication drills.

♦ The exercise benefited both parties by improving interoperability and consolidating combined operations against maritime threats.

Major Indian Maritime Exercises:

♦ SLINEX – Sri Lanka
♦ Bongosagar and IN-BN CORPAT – Bangladesh
♦ JIMEX –  Japan
♦ Naseem-Al-Bahr – Oman
♦ Indra – Russia
♦ Za’ir-Al-Bahr – Qatar
♦ Samudra Shakti – Indonesia
♦ Indo-Thai CORPAT – Thailand
♦ IMCOR – Malaysia
♦ SIMBEX – Singapore
♦ AUSINDEX – Australia
♦ Malabar Exercise – Japan, and the USA


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