Published on: October 4, 2021
SNIPPPETS – 4 OCTOBER 2021
- Karnataka agriculture department has proposed about 26 potential areas for investors and come out with fresh guidelines to regulate tourist activities on farms as interest surges.Agritourism or agrotourism involves any agriculturally based operation or activity that brings visitors to a farm
- To ensure that quality healthcare is accessible to all citizens, the existing Primary Health Centres (PHCs) and referral hospitals under BBMP will be converted to ‘Smart Clinics’. They will be executed by the Bengaluru Smart City Ltd. (BSCL)
- The Council Of Scientific And Industrial Research -National Geophysical Research Institute (CSIR-NGRI) has launched an ‘Environmental Seismology’ group to develop a ‘Landslide and Flood Early Warning System’ for the Himalayan region based on real-time monitoring with dense seismological networks, coupled with satellite data, numerical modelling and geomorphic analysis.
- First ever retreat ceremony to be held at Suchetgarh
- A British-era bungalow on a hillock that used to be the 17th century military office of the Ahom rulers has been converted into a heritage centre depicting life along the Brahmaputra. It has been named MAHABAHU BRAHMAPUTRA RIVER HERITAGE CENTRE
- Chief Minister of Karnataka who also holds charge of Bengaluru Development, announced a special package of ₹6,000 crore under the new Amruta Nagarothana Scheme for the city.
- Vadakara Municipality in Kozhikode district is the first zero-waste local body in Kerala.
- The 8th Edition of India Sri Lanka bilateral joint Exercise Mitra Shakti will be conducted at Combat Training School, Ampara in Sri Lanka from 4 to 15 October 2021.
- Pride and patriotism, the collective spirit of Indian-ness and the heritage artisanal craft of Khadi, brought the nation together in saluting the world’s largest National Flag, made of Khadi cotton fabric today at Leh. Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC) has prepared the Monumental Khadi National Flag to pay the highest respects to Mahatma Gandhi, who gifted Khadi, the most eco-friendly fabric to the world.