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Daily Mains Newsletter for UPSC 30 Jun 2022

Daily Mains Newsletter For UPSC | RaghukulCS 30 June 2022 – Thursday Index Table of Contents Payroll Automation for Monthly Allowance Payment (PADMA) In News, why? Pay Roll Automation for Disbursement of Monthly Allowances (PADMA), an automated Pay & Allowances module for the Indian Coast Guard, was recently launched by the Ministry of Defense. What

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Daily Mains Newsletter for UPSC 29 Jun 2022

Daily Mains Newsletter For UPSC | RaghukulCS 29 June 2022 -Wednesday Index Table of Contents The Blue Pacific Partners In News, why? A new programme named “Partners in the Blue Pacific” has recently been announced by the US and its allies, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, and the United Kingdom, for “effective and efficient cooperation” with

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Daily Mains Newsletter for UPSC 28 Jun 2022

Daily Mains Newsletter For UPSC | RaghukulCS 28 June 2022 -Tuesday Index Table of Contents District Performance Grading Index (PGI-D) In News, why? The Ministry of Education’s Department of School Education and Literacy (DoSE&L) recently published the Performance Grading Index for Districts (PGI-D) for the Center for the academic years 2018–19 and 2019–20. The Performance

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Daily Mains Newsletter for UPSC 27 Jun 2022

Daily Mains Newsletter For UPSC | RaghukulCS 27 June 2022 -Monday Index Table of Contents Appellate Body of WTO In News, why? At the recently finished 12th ministerial meeting, there was no debate about bringing back the World Trade Organization’s (WTO) Appellate Body (AB), which has been unnecessary since 2019. The WTO Appellate Body is

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Daily Mains Newsletter for UPSC 25 Jun 2022

Daily Mains Newsletter For UPSC | RaghukulCS 25 June 2022 -Saturday Index Table of Contents Damage from Remaining Floods During Intensive Adaptation In News, why? The risk of river flooding is anticipated to rise with climate change and socio-economic development, according to a recent study titled Residual Flood Damage under Intensive Adaptation. By attempting to

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Daily Mains Newsletter for UPSC 24 Jun 2022

Daily Mains Newsletter For UPSC | RaghukulCS 24 June 2022 -Friday Index Table of Contents Conservation of Wetlands In News, why? In order to effectively sequester carbon, a new paper recommends that wetland protection be discussed separately during the negotiations at the upcoming biodiversity and climate change conferences. The long-term storage of carbon in vegetation,

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Daily Mains Newsletter for UPSC 23 Jun 2022

Daily Mains Newsletter For UPSC | RaghukulCS 23 June 2022 -Thursday Index Table of Contents RBI’s Payment Vision 2025 In News, why? The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) released “Payments Vision 2025” with the goal of offering every user quick, easy, simple, economical, safe, and secure e-payment solutions. Payment Vision 2025: What is it? About:

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Daily Mains Newsletter for UPSC 17 Jun 2022

Daily Mains Newsletter For UPSC | RaghukulCS 17 June 2022 – Friday Index Table of Contents ASEAN-India Meeting No. 24 Why in the news? The 24th ASEAN-India Senior Officials Meeting (SOM) was recently held in Delhi. The 30th anniversary of India-ASEAN dialogue relations was marked. Earlier, the two sides finalised the India-ASEAN Digital Work Plan

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Daily Mains Newsletter for UPSC 16 Jun 2022

Daily Mains Newsletter For UPSC | RaghukulCS 16 June 2022 – Thursday Index Table of Contents ODOP: Handicraft Industry Why in the news? The Ministry of Textiles has opened the ‘Lota Shop’ inside the National Crafts Museum in New Delhi. Central Cottage Industries Corporation of India Limited (CCIC), also known as the Central Cottage Industries

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Daily Mains Newsletter for UPSC 14 Jun 2022

Daily Mains Newsletter For UPSC | RaghukulCS 14 June 2022 – Tuesday Index Table of Contents Maize Fortification Technique of the Mayas Why in the news? A new study has shed light on how the Maya fortified their maize through a chemical process known as ‘nixtamalisation,’ as well as created indoor toilets in pits cut