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07 June 2018 Current Events Pradhan Mantri Bhartiya Janaushadhi Pariyojna: PM Modi addressed beneficiaries of this scheme

Prime Minister Narendra Modi had an interaction with the beneficiaries of Pradhan Mantri Bhartiya Janaushadhi Pariyojna on the affordable Cardiac Stents, dialysis and Knee Implants through video conference at 9:30 am today. The complete interaction was telecasted on DD news and different social media platforms like Narendra Modi App, Youtube, and Facebook.


India climbs up to 137th rank on 2018 Global Peace Index

India has taken a major leap in terms of a reduction in the level of violent crimes driven by increased law enforcement. It, now, stands on the 137th position on the 2018 Global Peace Index as compared to last year's Global Peace Index in which it stood at 141st position.


Climatic change causing water adversity in India

India is facing acute shortage of water as the climatic change is shifting the rainfall patterns massively. People of the country are facing dried-up wells and rivers, and some states are even facing the situation of drought. The reservoir levels of many states are witnessing a major dip below the normal level. There is a chance of worsening of the situation as many interstate and international water conflicts may arise in India.


Pradhan Mantri Bhartiya Janaushadhi Pariyojna: PM Modi addressed beneficiaries of this scheme

Prime Minister Narendra Modi had an interaction with the beneficiaries of Pradhan Mantri Bhartiya Janaushadhi Pariyojna on the affordable Cardiac Stents, dialysis and Knee Implants through video conference at 9:30 am today. The complete interaction was telecasted on DD news and different social media platforms like Narendra Modi App, Youtube, and Facebook.

India climbs up to 137th rank on 2018 Global Peace Index

India has taken a major leap in terms of a reduction in the level of violent crimes driven by increased law enforcement. It, now, stands on the 137th position on the 2018 Global Peace Index as compared to last year's Global Peace Index in which it stood at 141st position.

Climatic change causing water adversity in India

India is facing acute shortage of water as the climatic change is shifting the rainfall patterns massively. People of the country are facing dried-up wells and rivers, and some states are even facing the situation of drought. The reservoir levels of many states are witnessing a major dip below the normal level. There is a chance of worsening of the situation as many interstate and international water conflicts may arise in India.




FAQs and Answers on Indian History and Geography
Which is the Coldest Place in India?Drass is the coldest place in India. The town is located in Jammu and Kashmir's Kargil District. It falls on NH 1 between Kargil town and Zoji La pass. It is famously called the 'the Gateway to Ladakh'. The climate here is of mediterranean continental… Read More...
Which is the Only Indian State That Was a Separate Country?Sikkim was once an independent country before India claimed it on May 16, 1975. Before that, it was a monarchy and was ruled by Chogyals (kings). The last Chogyal of Sikkim was Palden Thondup Namgyal. He had interests in keeping Sikkimas an independent unit, just… Read More...
What are the Major Earthquakes, Tsunamis, and Floods Happened in India in the 21st Century?India has had a large number of calamities over the period of time. There have been many in the 21st century itself. Let's discuss the major earthquakes, floods, and tsunamis in the country which claimed thousands of lives and caused huge losses of property. There… Read More...



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