Friday, November 20, 2020

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman attends G20 Finance Ministers' virtual meeting

Union Minister Nirmala Sitharaman at G20 Finance Ministers virtual meeting on Friday.

New Delhi [India], November 20 (ANI): Union Minister for Finance and Corporate Affairs Nirmala Sitharaman took an interest in the G20 Finance Ministers virtual gathering here on Friday.

"Money Ministers of the G20 nations accumulated to examine their perspectives on the worldwide monetary standpoint and drawback chances in wake of the COVID-19 emergency and how G20 could convey forward the aggregate worldwide activity started during the emergency," read a press proclamation from the Ministry of Finance.

The Finance Minister underlined the requirement for additional endeavors by the G20 individuals to end the emergency and featured the reasonableness and openness of immunizations for all as an essential advance toward this path.

The press articulation read, "Sitharaman featured the G20 Action Plan as the pillar of the G20's monetary reaction and shared that it arranges our prompt reaction, yet in addition directs our drawn out recuperation endeavors."

Featuring the Debt Service Suspension Initiative as a significant result under the G20 Saudi Arabian Presidency, the Finance Minister accentuated on the requirement for aggregate and composed endeavors by all G20 individuals to accomplish this deliverable.

Sitharaman praised the Saudi Arabian Presidency for their resolute endeavors and uncommon authority to direct the G20 plan because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Finance Minister shared that India anticipates work with the Italian Presidency as a Troika part from December 2020. (ANI)

Air India flights barred from entering Hong Kong till December 3

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New Delhi [India], Nov 20: Hong Kong has suspended trips of Air India working among Delhi and Hong Kong till December 3.

As per an official assertion gave by the aircrafts, "Air India has been banished from working among Delhi and Hong Kong from November 20 till December 3. Air India doesn't have any flight planned to Hong Kong during this period."

This comes regardless of Air India following all obligatory security conventions for its flights working to any global or homegrown objective.

"Air India has consistently been sticking to all the required security conventions for its flights working to any worldwide or homegrown objective. Just those travelers with Covid negative test reports completed 72 hours before takeoff, from labs perceived by ICMR (Indian Council of Medical Research), are permitted to load up trips to Hong Kong according to necessity by the Hong Kong specialists," the assertion read.

It further said that the travelers are needed to guarantee online accommodation of their wellbeing and isolate affirmation too prior to arriving in Hong Kong. "These notices are imparted on our official site too. Air India as a capable carrier is carefully adjusting to every one of these guidelines and convention."

"Another obligatory Covid 19 test is done for travelers in the wake of arriving in Hong Kong and reports of this test might be at fluctuation from the reports of tests directed 72 hours prior to taking the flight," the Air India said.

Prior, on October 28, Air India flights were prohibited by the Hong Kong specialists refering to five Mumbai travelers tried positive for Covid-19.

Also, on August 18, Air India had reported that its Vande Bharat Mission trips to and from.

Hong Kong were prohibited by Hong Kong specialists because of COVID-19 related issues.

Air India had suspended its trips to Hong Kong from February 7 because of the flare-up of Covid pandemic. (ANI)

Covid-19 contaminated letters could be new threat for political figures, warns Interpol

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New Delhi [India], November 20 (ANI): Interpol, the international criminal police organisation, has warned law enforcement agencies across the world to exercise caution and beware of Covid-19 contaminated letters that could target political figures.

According to its latest guidelines, Interpol has warned all law enforcement agencies, including those in India, to consider increasing their monitoring based on the various modus operandi, which refer to deliberate acts with an actual risk of contamination spread (such acts should be further assessed on a case-by-case basis).

"Instances of individuals spitting and coughing in the faces of law enforcement officers, health practitioners and essential workers to intimidate them. This could represent a risk if these individuals are infected with Covid-19," the guidelines said.

"Attempts at deliberate contamination by spitting and coughing on surfaces and objects have been reported. Despite limited risk, a few cases of threatening letters allegedly contaminated with Covid-19 targeted political figures. This modus operandi could also target other vulnerable groups," it said.

The international agency said that certain infected individuals may deliberately move from affected areas to non-affected areas, despite their medical condition and any travel restrictions in place. Instances of individuals claiming to sell contaminated samples of body fluids online have been reported.

It has also said that the COVID-19 pandemic has offered an opportunity for fast cash as predatory criminals take advantage of the high market demand for personal protection and hygiene products, which has triggered massive supply of fake medical products.

"The results of Operation Pangea and other initiatives, conducted by Interpol with enforcement partners from March 2020 onwards, have shown an increase in fake or counterfeit medical items available on the market, including disposable surgical masks, Hand sanitisers, Antiviral and antimalarial medication, vaccines, Covid-19 test kits," the Interpol guidelines said.

Interpol has also given a list of various fraud and scam schemes taking advantage of the crisis situation which have been reported.

"Cybercriminals continue to take advantage of the Covid-19 pandemic to launch a variety of cyberattacks. The number of malware and ransomware campaigns using Covid-19 and infecting computer systems of individuals and organizations continues to be a risk," the international agency said.

Further, the agency said that as legitimate vaccines move closer to delivery, the targeting of storage facilities and distribution networks by criminal networks can also be expected, and the updated guidelines highlight the need for secure storage and delivery of supplies.

"High demand combined with a limited supply will make COVID-19 vaccines the equivalent of liquid gold to organized crime networks as soon as one is available."Jurgen Stock, Interpol Secretary-General said.

"This is why it is essential for action to be taken now, to both protect the legitimate supply chain for when the vaccine is ready, and to prevent the production and distribution of fake COVID-19 vaccines," the agency said. (ANI)

Terrorist safe havens, sanctuaries operating across Durand Line must end for peace in Afghanistan: India

Ambassador TS Tirumurti, Permanent Representative of India to the United Nations, speaking at UN during Arria Formula Meeting on Friday. Photo/ANI

New York [US], November 20 (ANI): India on Friday at the United Nations (UN) said that as harmony cycle and brutality can't go together, consequently for tough harmony in Afghanistan there must be "a finish to fear monger places of refuge and asylums working over the Durand Line".

Talking during Arria Formula Meeting at the UN on the topic "What can the Security Council do to help the harmony cycle in Afghanistan", Ambassador TS Tirumurti, Permanent Representative of India to the United Nations, stated, "Even as we meet today, battling proceeds in Afghanistan in a few territories the nation over. Reports are coming in of regular people, including youngsters and ladies, murdered or harmed in the viciousness. Psychological oppressor assaults keep on focusing on honest people and organizations of learning."

He further stated, "It is our view that harmony cycle and brutality can't go inseparably, and we call for sure fire exhaustive truce. For solid harmony in Afghanistan, we need to stop psychological oppressor places of refuge and safe-havens working over the Durand Line. The report of the Analytical Support and Sanctions Monitoring Team under the Al-Qaeda/Da'esh Sanctions Committee has likewise featured the presence of unfamiliar contenders in Afghanistan. For savagery to end in Afghanistan, these psychological militant gracefully chains must be broken."

He encouraged the Security Council to talk "unequivocally against brutality and psychological oppressor powers" and act against the fear monger safe-havens and places of refuge.

Talking on the India-Afghanistan relations, Tirumurti stated, "India and Afghanistan are bordering neighbors. We are associated together by hundreds of years of recorded, individuals to-individuals and social relations. India has stood steadfastly behind the Government and individuals of Afghanistan and has upheld the advancement of Afghanistan."

He likewise gave various vital focuses that should be followed to accomplish "our undertaking" to bring "enduring harmony and dependability" in Afghanistan.

"Initially, the harmony cycle must be Afghan-driven, Afghan-claimed and Afghan-controlled. Arrangements must come from the Afghans themselves, in accordance with the desires and yearnings of all areas of Afghan culture. Sway and regional honesty of Afghanistan must be regarded," he said.

He further stated, "Also, there should be zero resistance of illegal intimidation in the entirety of its structures and appearances. Afghanistan can succeed just when illegal intimidation no longer streams over the Durand Line. Fear and brutality can't be the instrument to shape Afghanistan's future or direct the decisions Afghans make. Ensure that nobody gives asylum to psychological militants who compromise Afghanistan or some other nation in the area. The individuals who do so should be considered responsible."

"Thirdly, the worldwide network, essentially can't bear to lose the additions of the most recent twenty years. The advancement accomplished so far is hard-won. The future which we look for ought to have a spot for each Afghan and ought to have space for everybody's desire. Specifically, India is persuaded that the privileges of ladies should be unequivocally secured. Sexual orientation mainstreaming and shields are vital to the fate of Afghanistan and we like the comments of the President of Afghanistan in this specific circumstance. The privileges of the minorities and the weak should be protected. Regard for common liberties and vote based system should be instilled in any structure that a future Afghanistan plans for itself. The ongoing focused on assaults on ANDSF, Universities, ladies possessing places of duty and youth just serve to feature the coordinated exertion by psychological militants and their backers to dissolve the increases of the most recent twenty years," he told the UN.

"Fourthly, guarantee that the issue of full travel rights to Afghanistan isn't utilized by States to separate political cost from Afghanistan. The global network ought to debilitate middle age attitudes and work towards evacuation of counterfeit travel obstructions forced on Afghanistan. It ought to guarantee all travel rights ensured to Afghanistan under respective and multilateral travel arrangements work with no block. India stays focused on working with the global network towards accomplishing this mutual goal," he added. (ANI)

Pfizer, BioNTech to submit to FDA for emergency use authorisation for their COVID-19 vaccine candidate

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Washington [US], November 20 (ANI): American drug giant Pfizer and German laboratory BioNTech on Friday said that they will be submitting to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for emergency use authorisation for their COVID-19 vaccine candidate.

Citing an official statement by the companies, CNN reported that their vaccine candidate, known as BNT162b2, will potentially be available for use in high-risk populations in the United States by the middle to end of December.

According to the companies, the vaccine requires two doses a few weeks apart and the protection is achieved 28 days after the first shot.

The submission to the FDA is based on results from the Phase 3 clinical trial of Pfizer's vaccine, which began in the United States on July 27 and enrolled more than 43,000 volunteers, CNN reported.

On November 18, Pfizer had said that final results from the late-stage trial of its coronavirus vaccine was found to be 95 per cent effective and had no serious side effects on older people.

The findings are based on two doses given to more than 41,000 people around the world, said the US drugmaker adding that it would apply for emergency US authorisation soon, raising hopes that a working vaccine could soon become a reality.

This comes after Pfizer and its partner German biotechnology firm BioNTech had last week published data that their vaccine offered 90 per cent protection from the infection as compared to placebo saline shot.

In a statement, Pfizer and BioNTech said they expect to produce globally up to 50 million vaccine doses in 2020 and up to 1.3 billion doses by the end of 2021. (ANI)

Denmark looks at partnership opportunities in Indian smart cities, urban sustainability projects

Jette Bjerrum, Consul General, Head of Trade and Innovation Centre Denmark, speaking during the session on Smart Cities and Urban Sustainability in Bengaluru Tech Summit on Friday. Photo/ANI

Bengaluru (Karnataka) [India], November 20 (ANI): Leading the meeting on Smart Cities and Urban Sustainability in Bengaluru Tech Summit on Friday, Jette Bjerrum, Consul General, Head of Trade and Innovation Center Denmark, talked on how Denmark can be an ideal accomplice for India in Urban Sustainability and Smart Cities.

Throughout the long term, India and Denmark have been coordinating in exchange and ventures, research in science and innovation, energy, atmosphere and climate, culture, schooling, understudy trades and drawing in talented labor and IT specialists to Denmark for brief periods. As a feature of the Global Innovation Alliance, Denmark introduced a meeting on Smart Cities and Urban Sustainability.

Bjerrum said that Denmark can be a good example for the world for joining the human component in innovation.

"Participation among India and Denmark will give occasions to the two nations to gain from the experience of one another, particularly as far as best practices continued in the nation. She said that the two nations are hoping to work together to bring out future-prepared arrangements in the distinguished zones," she said.

Charulata Somal, MD of KUIDFC said that the Government of Karnataka is enthusiastic about joint effort with Denmark and the proposition is at the last stage. GOK is hoping to work together on configuration drove improvement in areas like medical care, training, and metropolitan framework.

"In the zone of metropolitan advancement Karnataka is taking a gander at street support, stormwater channel, resident assistance and waste administration," said Somal.

She likewise gave a diagram on metropolitan improvement in the nation. Charulata Somal likewise said that the Government of Karnataka is seeing setting up a Center of Excellence in metropolitan administration in Bengaluru.

Lene Hylling Axelsson, Corporate Vice President, Novo Nordisk said that presently there are 77 million diabetic patients in India and in the following not many years it is required to twofold. Digitizing medical services is getting particularly significant as it can help in connect with individuals and assist sharpening with peopling on the negative impacts of diabetics.

She said that Novo Nordisk is working with different associations in India towards mindfulness on diabetics, particularly in kids. She said that Digital Health Mission is an incredible activity by the public authority of India to take medical care to niche and corner of the nation. She likewise accepts through cooperation and advanced framework we will be in a superior situation to handle a pandemic like COVID-19 later on.

Ravi Sunderraja, Managing Director at Zacco India R&D, Peyush Agarwal, Managing Director. Designit and Akhilesh Mishra, Senior Director, LM Wind Power shared their experience of running Danish organizations in Bengaluru. Allan Kjaer Andersen, Director, Chaman Bhartiya School, Bengaluru talked about schools in the advanced age and how an open school idea can help in supporting better residents. (ANI)

Karnataka signs 8 MoUs with various countries including US, UK

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Bengaluru (Karnataka) [India], November 20 (ANI): Karnataka Government on Friday marked eight Memorandum of Understandings (MoUs) with different nations including the US and UK, in different areas, expecting tremendous interests later on at the Bengaluru Tech Summit 2020.

"We have marked MoUs with Finland, UK, Sweden, United States of America, Indiana and Virginia. We have marked another two MoUs with The Netherlands. Along these lines, by and large we have eight MoUs endorsed during the occasion. Tremendous ventures will be made in different areas," said Ashwath Narayan, Karnataka Deputy Chief Minister.

Karnataka has marked the MoU with Business Finland for bringing the intensity of Artificial Intelligence (AI) for farming, transport, wellbeing, security, administration, and administration conveyance in addition to other things, he said.

The activity will likewise advance consciousness of the improvement in the fields of AI for supportable development.

Business Finland is a Finnish public entertainer that gives imaginative financing and internationalization administrations.

The association utilizes 600 specialists in 40 areas worldwide and 16 areas in Finland.

The Business Finland group deals with an EUR 100 million supported AI program.

Business Finland will work together with the Center of Excellence for Data Science and AI, which is an activity of the Karnataka Government and the National Association of Software and Service Companies (NASSCOM).

It has been set up to catalyze development and quicken the DS and AI environment with pioneers, client ventures and the scholarly community.

It gives a multi-innovation stage to distributed computing abilities, APIs and public information for catapulting advancement, industry-arranged examination, notwithstanding building ability and upskilling.

The MoU among Karnataka and Sweden will encourage inventive applications and space ability across areas, for example, Smart City, Smart Health, Smart Manufacturing, Smart Agriculture, and others, Narayan said.

The coordinated effort will situate Karnataka as a supplier of a start to finish arrangement in the designing space and establish a climate for item creation, testing and approval, he said.

Swedish Incubators and Science Parks (SISP) is Sweden's public relationship for business hatcheries and science parks.

SISP is a non-benefit relationship with public inclusion, its 65 individuals (sorting out 43 business hatcheries and 33 science parks) having 5000 organizations with in excess of 70,000 representatives.

SISP will work together with the Center of Excellence for the Internet of Things, which is a huge profound tech advancement biological system in India containing new companies, trailblazers, undertakings and the public authority.

It is set up in association with NASSCOM and spotlights on understanding genuine difficulties utilizing advancements like IoT, AI, Data Science, Big Data, AR/VR, Machine Learning and Robotics through broad scholastic examination and startup cooperation.

The MoU between and UK will help in the production of resident driven AI arrangements by new businesses to clear route for a green and feasible future, he said.

It will likewise join Data Science and AI preparation into industry experts, understudies and examination researchers, Narayan said.

The MoU among Karnataka and the US focuses on solid infrastructural uphold and brood beginning phase new businesses and give presentation to global organizations, for example, Applied Materials.

It additionally plans to quicken the current fabless SMEs to the following level to energize homegrown advancement and create greater work in ESDM area, Narayan said.

Applied Materials, Inc. is the worldwide pioneer in materials designing answers for the semiconductor, level board show and sunlight based photovoltaic (PV) ventures.

It has ventures over various zones including life sciences, medical care, adaptable gadgets, energy, aviation coatings.

Applied Materials likewise has 3 labs in Whitefield, Bengaluru which has the Company's plan and designing work. It has given the scholarly community awards of INR 80 crores throughout the most recent 10 years. (ANI)

Muslims in Nepal hold anti-China protest to condemn Uyghur genocide

Jamiat Ulema-e-Nepal on Thursday organised a protest rally in Birgunj town of Nepal to condemn the genocide of Uyghur Muslims. Photo/ANI

Birgunj [Nepal], November 20 (ANI): The Jamiat Ulema-e-Nepal coordinated a dissent rally in Birgunj town of Nepal to censure the slaughter of Uyghur Muslims in Xinjiang region of China.

The dissent hung on Thursday was driven by Maulana Ali Asgar Madani Qasmi, administrator of Jamiat Ulema-e-Nepal.

The demonstrators conveyed notices censuring the monstrosities against the minority Muslim people group in China. They likewise sent a notice to the Chinese Embassy in Kathmandu.

The notice censured the common liberties infringement in Xinjiang, where the Muslims are denied to rehearse their religion uninhibitedly.

Throughout the previous six years, a huge number of East Turkistan individuals, generally of Muslim confidence, have been held in inhumane imprisonments, jails and slave work camps.

As per survivors' records, they are being tormented, slaughtered for their organs, assaulted, disinfected and executed.

The public authority in a state of banishment is upholding for legitimate acknowledgment from the world's administrations and parliaments.

Ordered records known as the China Cables, gotten to a year ago by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, illuminated how the Chinese government utilizes innovation to control Uyghur Muslims around the world.

Notwithstanding, China consistently denies such abuse and says the camps give professional preparing. Individuals in the internment camps have portrayed being exposed to constrained political inculcation, torment, beatings, and refusal of food and medication, and state they have been disallowed from rehearsing their religion or communicating in their language. (ANI)

Morocco Ambassador meets Foreign Secretary Harsh Shringla, briefs him on India-Morocco relations

Morocco Ambassador to India Mohamed Maliki with Foreign Secretary Harsh V Shringla. (Twitter/Anurag Srivastava)

New Delhi [India], November 20 (ANI): Mohamed Maliki, Ambassador of His Majesty the King of Morocco, on Friday met Foreign Secretary Harsh V Shringla and advised him on India-Morocco relations, said Anurag Srivastava, Spokesperson, Ministry of External Affairs.

During the gathering, Shringla featured the uncommon idea of the two-sided relations and the potential for three sided collaboration, particularly with nations in the west and north Africa.

Taking to Twitter, Srivastava stated, "Represetative Mohamed Maliki met Foreign Secretary @harshvshringla and informed him on India-Morocco relations. FS noticed the uncommon idea of the ties and potential for three-dimensional collaboration, particularly with nations in West and North Africa." (ANI)

French Ambassador Emmanuel Lenain calls on Union Minister Jitendra Singh, discuss potential projects in North-Eastern states

French Ambassador to India Emmanuel Lenain with Union Minister of State Jitendra Singh on Friday.

New Delhi [India], November 20 (ANI): Ambassador of France to India, Emmanuel Lenain approached Jitendra Singh, Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) Development of North Eastern Region (DoNER), to examine expected undertakings in North-Eastern states.

As per an official assertion gave by the Ministry of Development of North-East Region, the Ambassador likewise passed on to the priest the French Government's longing to investigate the roads and chances of joint effort in various areas in the North Eastern States just as the travel industry and different possibilities in Jammu and Kashmir.

"The Ambassador likewise reviewed the affectionate recollections of his visit to Kashmir valley early this year as an individual from the gathering of Ambassadors visiting the Union Territory of J-K," the assertion read.

It further read, "Jitendra Singh spelt out various areas in which, under the administration of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, shared activities had been attempted in the Northeast. In such manner, he alluded to the Center of Excellence Citrus Fruit Park set up at Mizoram with Israeli coordinated effort and cooperation of Japan in a portion of the infrastructural works."

During the conversation on Northeast, Singh said that there were tremendous zones of unexplored potential which were standing by to be investigated including the travel industry, craftsmanship, handloom just as food and natural product areas.

He further said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has not just given unique accentuation to the advancement of the North-Eastern district yet in addition reoriented "Look East Policy" into "Act-East" arrangement and found a way to build commitment with the nations over the eastern outskirts.

"In such manner, he likewise referenced the Indo-Bangladesh concurrence on the trading of Enclaves, which was concluded with the individual mediation of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and furthermore the Prime Minister's drive to revise 100-year-old Indian Forest Act to advance Bamboo items and their exchange," the assertion added. (ANI)

30th India-Thailand Coordinated Patrol took place between Nov 18-20

30th edition of India-Thailand Coordinated Patrol took place between the Indian Navy and the Royal Thai Navy

New Delhi [India], November 20 (ANI): The 30th release of India-Thailand Coordinated Patrol (Indo-Thai CORPAT) between the Indian Navy and the Royal Thai Navy occurred from November 18-20.

As indicated by an assertion, Indian Naval Ship (INS) Karmuk, an indigenously fabricated Missile Corvette and His Majesty's Thailand Ship (HTMS) Kraburi, a Chao Phraya Class Frigate alongside Dornier Maritime Patrol Aircraft from both the naval forces are partaking in the CORPAT.

"As a feature of Government of India's vision of SAGAR (Security And Growth for All in the Region), the Indian Navy has been associated with helping nations in the Indian Ocean Region with EEZ Surveillance, Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief (HADR), and other limit building and capacity improvement exercises on their solicitation," said the delivery.

The delivery further expressed that the two nations have delighted in an inviting relationship, covering a wide range of exercises and collaborations.

To strengthen sea connects, the naval forces of the two countries have been doing CORPAT along their International Maritime Boundary Line two times per year since 2005, with the point of keeping this indispensable piece of the Indian Ocean protected and secure for business transportation and worldwide exchange.

CORPAT develops the arrangement and interoperability among naval forces and encourages the establishment of measures to forestall and stifle Illegal Unreported Unregulated (IUU) fishing, drug dealing, oceanic psychological warfare, equipped theft and robbery.

The 30th Indo-Thai CORPAT will contribute towards Indian Navy's endeavors to unite interoperability and fashion solid obligations of fellowship with the Royal Thai Navy. (ANI)

New office bearers appointed in Tamil Nadu to initiate Prime Minister's 137 Welfare Schemes, inclusive of Financial Aid For Farmers

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Chennai (Tamil Nadu) [India], November 20 (ANI/NewsVoir): To actualize the Indian Prime Minister's 137 uncommon government assistance plans, Former Government High Official Dr Rajaraman designated as the Head of the State, for the deliberate association 'Pradhan Mantri Jan Kalyankari Yojana Prachar Prasar Abhiyan'.

The Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi has presented 137 uncommon government assistance plans with the intend to profit the poor in the nation. The plans are legitimately executed cross country from his office.

Exceptional government assistance plans, for example, 'Budgetary Aid for Farmers', Educational Aid for younger students, and different plans are being executed through this association. To actualize these uncommon government assistance plots, the Prime Minister of India established a willful association 'Pradhan Mantri Jan Kalyankari Yojana Prachar Prasar Abhiyan' and delegated his sibling Prahalad Modi as National President. Further, the Prime Minister of India guarantees that plans arrive at the overall population with the help of non-political veterans.

The mindfulness occasions for these plans have increased quick movement in states including Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh. Presently, to quicken the movement in Tamil Nadu, resigned government official Dr Rajaraman has been delegated as the Head of the State for the intentional association.

It is prominent that he has served and resigned as Additional Commissioner of Commercial Taxes Department. Moreover, Muralidharan, an enabled business visionary in the rural exchange is named as Secretary-State, and Mohan Kumar Reddy, a noticeable individual in the field of promoting is delegated as Co-ordinator-State for the deliberate association.

"It gives me incredible joy that I have been delegated as the Head of the State for Pradhan Mantri Jan Kalyankari Yojana Prachar Prasar Abhiyan. We are given an incredible duty to convey the Prime Minister's tasks to poor people and minimized segment in the towns of Tamil Nadu," said Dr Rajaraman, remarking on his new job.

"We will guarantee that the guide arrives at the genuine recipients in the locale, regions, panchayats, and towns in the State, by naming officials who will straightforwardly and through intentional associations in those territories, will make mindfulness about these unique plans," Dr Rajaraman added.

"We have set an objective for the coming year 2021, that these advantages should reach in any event 2,00,000 recipients in Tamil Nadu, inside the a year from January to December," Dr Rajaraman further added.

This story is given by NewsVoir. ANI won't be dependable in any capacity for the substance of this article. (ANI/NewsVoir)

'Love Jihad' word manufactured by BJP to divide country, says Rajasthan CM

Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot (File photo)

New Delhi [India], November 20 (ANI): Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Friday claimed that "Affection Jihad" is a word fabricated by the Bhratiya Janata Party (BJP) to separate the country and upset collective congruity.

Taking to Twitter, he said that marriage is an individual choice and the BJP is putting controls on it.

"Love Jihad is a word made by the BJP to isolate the country and upset shared amicability. Marriage involves individual freedom, carrying a law to control it is totally unlawful and it won't remain in any official courtroom. Jihad is not welcome in adoration," Gehlot tweeted.

"They are establishing a climate in the country where consenting grown-ups would be helpless before state power. Marriage is an individual choice and they are putting controls on it, which resembles grabbing ceaselessly close to home freedom," he said in another tweet.

Gehlot said it was by all accounts a "ploy to upset collective agreement, fuel social clash and negligence sacred arrangements like the state not oppressing residents on any ground".

Prior, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said his administration will carry an exacting law to control "love jihad" and persuasive strict change, refering to an Allahabad High Court request.

Reacting to an inquiry in Lok Sabha in February this year, the Union Home Ministry had explained the term 'love jihad' isn't characterized under the current laws and no such case has been accounted for up until now.

Madhya Pradesh Home Minister Narottam Mishra had just declared that the state government will bring a Bill against 'adoration jihad' in the following Assembly meeting that will have the arrangement of five years of thorough detainment. (ANI)

Russian citizen got 13 years in jail for attempt to sell military secrets to CIA - FSB

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Moscow [Russia], November 20 (ANI/Sputnik): A previous worker of the Russian safeguard area was condemned to 13 years in jail for endeavors to offer military mysteries to the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) said on Friday.

From 2015-2017, Yury Eschenko, who at that point worked for an organization responsible for support of the Northern Fleet vessels' radioelectronic frameworks, replicated mystery documentation identified with weapons utilized by the Northern Fleet, as he needed to release the data to the US for rewarding purposes. In mid 2019, Eschenko build up contact with the CIA, and right now in July he was confined in Russia's focal Bryansk district, circumscribing Ukraine and Belarus, during the endeavor to pass the military privileged insights to the CIA.

"On November 17, 2020, the Bryansk local court saw Russian Federation resident Yury Alexandrovich Eschenko as liable of perpetrating high treachery (Article 275 of the Russian Criminal Code). The court condemned Eschenko to 13 years of detainment in a high-security jail," the FSB said in an assertion.

Eschenko recognized the offense, as per the assertion. (ANI/Sputnik)

Hong Kong has entered fourth COVID-19 wave, say experts

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Hong Kong [China], November 20 (ANI): Hong Kong's top irresistible sickness specialists on Thursday (nearby time) cautioned the public authority that the fourth flood of COVID-19 has started in the city and called for pressing activity.

This came after the wellbeing authorities here announced more than 30 affirmed and primer contaminations across different areas and areas, Victor Ting and Elizabeth Cheung revealed for South China Morning Post.

The specialists prompted that all unimportant indoor get-togethers ought to be delayed with quick impact and the general population ought to be set up to confront school terminations and to telecommute again if the caseload pairs or triples in the following not many days.

Teacher David Hui Shu-Cheong, Chinese University Respiratory Medicine pro and an administration consultant for COVID-19, said that he trusted Hong Kong had entered its fourth wave because of a spike in both by and large and untraceable cases, which additionally occurred in the second and third waves.

The city was hit by its initial two floods of contamination from late January until June, and the third one from July. While cases fell in September, there have been indications of a rising pattern lately.

"Given the broad and diffuse example as of late affirmed cases are disseminated, Hong Kong would need to be staggeringly fortunate to avoid an unavoidable fourth wave...We are in a test of skill and endurance with the infection spreading crazy," said University of Hong Kong (HKU) Faculty of Medicine senior member Professor Gabriel Leung.

Dr Wong Ka-hing, regulator of the Center for Health Protection (CHP), noticed that the circumstance is "progressively stressing" while at the same time adding, "Unexpectedly, the public authority is thoroughly exploring its social separating measures."

There are presently various wellsprings of disease in different regions, proposing that there are transmissions in the network, South China Morning Post cited Dr Chuang Shuk-Kwan as saying.

"In the event that there is a functioning transmission, along with a brought down defenses on cautiousness, there could be an outstanding development in cases. We are stressed," she said while adding that she had educated that a contamination group was "possibly creating" at Starlight Dance Club, where one affirmed patient and five other people who to begin with tried positive had visited already.

South China Morning Post likewise revealed that Ecuador and Germany would likewise be added to the city's rundown of high-hazard nations, joining 15 others, as new plans for appearances from the two nations will become effective on November 28. The new guidelines express that explorers should have a negative COVID-19 test result prior to coming here alongside lodging isolate for unfamiliar appearances.

Hong Kong's authentic COVID-19 count remained at 5,491 as of Thursday, with 108 related passings. (ANI)

Tech companies express concern over Pak's new social media regulations, say difficult to continue operations

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Islamabad [Pakistan], November 20 (ANI): A day after the Pakistan government advised principles characterizing how online media would be administered in the nation, innovation organizations declared that the recently forced guidelines would make it hard for them to proceed with their tasks here.

In an assertion imparted to Dawn on Thursday, the Asia Internet Coalition (AIC) communicated its alert over the extent of the new law focusing on web organizations, just as the public authority's 'obscure cycle's by which these guidelines were created.

The standards, named 'Expulsion and Blocking of Unlawful Online Content (Procedure, Oversight and Safeguards) Rules 2020', have been outlined under the Prevention of Electronic Crimes Act 2016 (PECA).

The tech organizations cautioned that the new guidelines would make it incredibly hard for AIC individuals to make their administrations accessible to Pakistani clients and organizations.

Under the new standards, online media organizations will furnish the assigned examination office with any data or information in unscrambled, decipherable and conceivable arrangement, announced Dawn.

Subject to reasonable specialized impediments, the data to be given may incorporate endorser data, traffic information, content information and some other data or information.

"The draconian information localisation necessities will harm the capacity of individuals to get to a free and open web and shut Pakistan's computerized economy off from the remainder of the world," the AIC said.

The organizations additionally communicated that it was chilling to see the PTA's forces extended, permitting them to drive online media organizations to abuse set up common liberties standards on security and opportunity of articulation.

In October, the AIC had communicated its reservations over the interview cycle in a letter routed to Prime Minister Khan.

"The absence of straightforwardness on the interview, an abridged conference measure, and exacting neighborhood office necessities for online stages are very concerning.... The discussion cycle, in this manner, seems to have lost believability," said AIC overseeing chief Jeff Paine in the assertion.

The AIC expressed that if Pakistan needed to be an alluring objective for innovation speculation and understand its objective of computerized change, at that point it should work with industry on reasonable, clear standards that ensure the advantages of the web and guard individuals from hurt.

Prior this year, Prime Minister Imran Khan had vowed to start a 'wide based' meeting on content guideline after a solid reaction from partners over the arrival of officially known as the Citizen Protection (Against Online Harm) Rules 2020, as per Dawn.

"The conference that was declared in February never happened," Paine referenced in the assertion.

Prior, partners, including web access suppliers just as computerized rights activists, have dismissed the web-based media rules, naming them as draconian and disregarding digital laws of the nation, detailed Dawn. (ANI)

Distinguished Professors of SIBM Pune in the list of highly cited researchers released by Clarivate- powered by Web of Science

Three distinguished professors of SIBM Pune - Professor Dr Angappa Gunasekaran, Professor Dr Rameshwar Dubey and Professor Dr Yogesh Dwivedi have been included in the list of highly cited researchers.

Pune (Maharashtra) [India], November 20 (ANI/SRV Media): Web of Science, a piece of Clarivate, is the biggest distributer nonpartisan reference record and exploration knowledge stage.

The 2020 rundown of profoundly refered to analysts has been delivered by Clarivate-fueled by Web of Science. Clarivate has perceived the genuine pioneers in their fields throughout the most recent decade, exhibited by the creation of various exceptionally refered to papers that position in the best 1 percent by references for field and year in the Web of Science.

Of the world's researchers and social researchers, Clarivate profoundly refered to specialists really are one of every 1,000. Clarivate has recognized 6,100 or more scientists speaking to 1,250 or more organizations in more than 50 nations who are exceptionally refered to specialists.

The profoundly refered to analysts list from Clarivate distinguishes researchers and social researchers who have exhibited huge impact through distribution of numerous papers, exceptionally refered to by their companions, during the most recent decade. Analysts are chosen for their excellent exhibition in at least one of 21 fields (those utilized in the Clarivate, Essential Science Indicators or ESI) or over a few fields.

Roughly 6,400 analysts are named Highly Cited Researchers in 2020- - approximately 3,900 in explicit fields and around 2,500 for cross-field execution. This is the third year that analysts with cross-field sway have been distinguished. The acknowledgment of analysts with generous impact in a few fields keeps the Highly Cited Researcher list contemporary and important.

Beneficial interaction Institute of Business Management Pune (SIBM Pune) is a constituent of Symbiosis International (Deemed University). Three recognized teachers of SIBM Pune - requested sequentially - Professor Dr Angappa Gunasekaran, Professor Dr Rameshwar Dubey and Professor Dr Yogesh Dwivedi have been remembered for the rundown of profoundly refered to specialists delivered by Clarivate-fueled by Web of Science.

Recognized educators take scholastic meetings for MBA and MBA (Innovation and Entrepreneurship) and MBA (Leader and Strategy) understudies. They likewise help the employees in their exploration tries.

Dr Angappa Gunasekaran is the Dean and Professor at School of Business and Public Administration, California State University, Bakersfield, California while Dr Rameshwar Dubey is the Reader-Operations Management at Liverpool Business School, Liverpool John Moores University Liverpool, England, United Kingdom.

Dr Yogesh Dwivedi is the Co-Director of Research at Swansea University - School of Management and furthermore Professor of Digital Marketing and Innovation at Swansea University.

"We are enchanted that the recognized teachers of SIBM Pune have been remembered for the rundown of profoundly refered to scientists delivered by Clarivate-fueled by Web of Science. They have massively helped SIBM Pune in its examination attempts" said Dr Ramakrishan Raman, Director of SIBM Pune and Dean of Faculty of Management of Symbiosis International (Deemed University).

This story is given by SRV Media. ANI won't be dependable in any capacity for the substance of this article. (ANI/SRV Media)

Bilawal Bhutto urges independent candidates of Gilgit-Baltistan to not join 'soon-to-end govt'

Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) chairperson Bilawal Bhutto Zardari

Gilgit-Baltistan [PoK], November 20 (ANI): As Imran Khan's Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) is set to shape an administration in Gilgit-Baltistan with the incorporation of five free movers in the gathering, Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) executive Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Thursday spoke to the triumphant autonomous applicants not to exchange their triumphs with an administration which was going to end soon.

"Try not to turn into a clergyman for a few months," he said while conversing with columnists, requesting the autonomous possibility to shield the rights from the individuals of Gilgit-Baltistan, detailed Dawn.

Zardari added that the PTI government was duping free thinkers by telling every last one of them that they were possibility for the main pastor's post.

He additionally said that the Imran Khan-drove administering government in Islamabad would be asked to leave for good by January one year from now.

"We need to ask Imran Khan to leave for good since he has fizzled on each front whether (it's) Kashmir cause or COVID-19. This PTI government doesn't have the limit," he said.

Zardari asserted the Gilgit-Baltistan boss political race magistrate (CEC) of assuming a one-sided part in the decisions.

Fights have ejected all over in Pakistan-involved Gilgit Baltistan in the midst of cases of vote-fixing in the as of late held political race, with resistance applicants blaming the nearby political race commission for deferring and controlling the aftereffects of Sunday's surveys to support Imran Khan's PTI party.

As per Dawn, Zardari said reports of the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan and Free and Fair Election Network unmistakably indicated that gear and infringement of political decision laws occurred in the Gilgit-Baltistan surveys.

He further said that he would uncover the survey fixing at the public gathering of the resistance's collusion - Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) in Peshawar on November 22.

"We will tell the individuals that the motto of Vote per daaka namanzoor is picking up energy in GB," he said.

In the interim, PTI now has the help of 16 individuals in the 33-part Gilgit-Baltistan Legislative Assembly as five autonomous victors on Thursday declared their choice to join the gathering.

The principle resistance groups - Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and PPP- - have named the November 15 political race manipulated.

PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz on Wednesday attacked the Pakistan administering party for "fixing" Pakistan-involved Gilgit Baltistan races and said that "nobody in Pakistan was prepared to acknowledge the phony outcome" of the decisions. (ANI)

Georgia recount confirms Biden victory over Trump amid claims of voter fraud

US President-elect Joe Biden

Washington [US], November 20 (ANI): Georgia on Thursday (local time) completed its statewide review of the firmly challenged US Presidential races, affirming President-elect Joe Biden's triumph over President Donald Trump, as per a news discharge from the Secretary of State's office.

Biden vanquished Trump by an edge of 12,284 votes, as indicated by the end-product from the review, which was a slight drop when contrasted with the pre-review results, detailed CNN.

Authorities have said consistently that the review affirmed that there was no boundless misrepresentation or abnormalities in the political decision.

"Georgia's memorable first statewide review reaffirmed that the state's new secure paper polling form casting a ballot framework precisely tallied and announced outcomes," Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, a Republican, said in an assertion.

"This is a good representative for the difficult work of our region and nearby races authorities who moved rapidly to attempt and finish such an earth shattering undertaking in a brief timeframe," he added.

As per CNN, the rural rebel against Trump in suburbia encompassing Atlanta, matched with an immense turnout among Black citizens, controlled Biden's benefits in the state, expanding on long periods of serious Democratic getting sorted out to enroll electors.

The Biden lobby's correspondences chief for Georgia, Jaclyn Rothenberg, said in an assertion on Thursday night that the describe result, "basically reaffirmed what we definitely knew: Georgia citizens chose Joe Biden to be their next president".

"Georgia's first statewide review effectively affirmed the champ of the picked challenge and should give citizens expanded trust in the outcomes," said Ben Adida, the chief overseer of the political race security not-for-profit VotingWorks, which helped Georgia with the review.

Since Biden was extended the champ of the official races, the US President has made exposed charges that the political race was manipulated and has would not yield destruction to Biden, while his mission has documented a few claims in milestone states.

Prior, Biden had said that Trump was indicating 'mind boggling recklessness' by challenging the aftereffects of the official political race and hindering the start of a change cycle. (ANI)

Judge dismisses Republican Party lawsuit seeking audit of Arizona county's ballots

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Washington [US], November 20 (ANI): An appointed authority on Thursday (nearby time) dismissed a Republican coalition claim looking for a review of voting forms in Arizona's greatest district, which helped flip the state to the Democrats without precedent for more than 20 years.

Maricopa County Superior Court Judge John Hannah excused the claim with bias and denied the Arizona GOP's solicitation for a review of the district's outcomes, which would probably have postponed its accreditation of the vote counts, announced The Hill.

A request laying out the appointed authority's thinking is normal later on Thursday.

The claim documented a week ago blames Maricopa County, home to Phoenix and its metro territory, of abusing state law by getting rid of its region casting a ballot model this political decision, permitting electors to project their voting forms at any surveying place in the area instead of one out of a specific locale inside the region.

"Arizona electors have the right to have total trust in their political decision methodology. They ought to likewise have incomparable certainty that solitary lawful polling forms were included in the 2020 election....Failure to address their interests effectively hurts our state and our country. Along these lines, I remain by my require a full hand-check review of our state's political decision results," The Hill cited Arizona Republican Party Chairwoman Kelli Ward in an assertion. 

President-elect Joe Biden was extended to win Arizona by 0.3 percent, making him the primary Democrat to take the state since previous President Bill Clinton won it in his re-appointment race in 1996.

Since Biden's extended triumph in the official surveys, Trump has made charges that political decision was manipulated and has wouldn't surrender destruction to Biden, while his mission has documented a few claims in milestone states. (ANI)

Trump and his attorneys intensify efforts to reverse election results

US President Donald Trump

Washington [US], November 20 (ANI): US President Donald Trump and his legitimate group on Thursday increased their mission to change the aftereffects of the ongoing official races, with the President connecting straightforwardly to Michigan authorities and Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani holding a confrontational public interview.

The Hill announced that Trump has welcomed a portion of Michigan's top Republicans to the White House, demonstrating that he might be looking for a path around the outcomes, as President-elect Joe Biden is extended to win 306 discretionary votes contrasted with Trump's 232.

The President additionally connected with authorities in Wayne County who had looked to impede the confirmation of votes there. The exertion by those authorities brought calls of bigotry from Detroit's city hall leader given the quantity of votes by Black Americans that may have been upset.

Since Biden's extended triumph in the official surveys, Trump has made exposed charges that the political race was manipulated and has wouldn't yield destruction to Biden, while his mission has recorded a few claims in landmark states.

Independently, Giuliani and a group of lawyers, supervising Trump's legitimate difficulties to the vote include in Pennsylvania, Michigan, Georgia and somewhere else, raised cases of citizen extortion, and further claimed that the president was a casualty of a plan by many Democratic political race authorities from significant urban areas which added to Biden making sure about more votes.

"This was not an individual thought of 10 or 12 Democrat managers. This was an arrangement. You would need to be a moron not to understand that," Giuliani said at the presser from the Republican National Committee base camp.

As indicated by The Hill, Giuliani and lawyer Sidney Powell clarified that their objective was to topple the outcomes in a few states Biden is driving or has been extended as the champ, albeit the two lawyers neglected to give any proof of their cases past holding up sworn testimonies from residents who asserted that they saw dubious conduct.

Then, the Trump lobby dropped its government claim in Michigan that supposed democratic abnormalities and requested the court to prevent affirmation from the votes in Wayne County, home to Detroit.

In the midst of charges of discretionary extortion by Trump, Georgia on Thursday completed its statewide review of the firmly challenged decisions, affirming Biden's triumph over Trump, as per a news discharge from the Secretary of State's office. (ANI)

Death toll in Uganda's violent protests rises to 16

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Kampala [Uganda], November 20 (ANI/Xinhua): The loss of life from Wednesday's fierce fights in Uganda's capital Kampala over the capture of resistance official competitor Robert Kyagulanyi has ascended to 16, the police said on Thursday.

Moses Byaruhanga, the police overseer of clinical administrations told correspondents here that Mulago National Referral Hospital has so far got 15 expired men and a female who capitulated to different wounds supported in the fights.

"The 16 individuals passed on because of discharges, suffocation from nerve gas and others were executed in quick in and out mishaps," said Byaruhanga.

Rosemary Byanyima, appointee leader head of Mulago medical clinic said an aggregate of 46 individuals have been conceded at the emergency clinic's setback ward and nursing wounds continued.

Kyagulanyi's Wednesday capture in the eastern area of Luuka over ridiculing the COVID-19 mission rules started inconsistent fights in certain pieces of the east African nation.

Patrick Onyango, Kampala Metropolitan police representative, told Xinhua by phone that quantities of casualties and setbacks are required to ascend as the fights entered day two on Thursday.

"The number for both dead and harmed is probably going to increment in light of the fact that the activity is as yet continuous," said Onyango.

Uganda's Electoral Commission recently cleared 11 official applicants, including occupant President Yoweri Museveni to run in the 2021 general decisions.

The constituent body encouraged possibility to follow the severe rules, with crusade rallies of not in excess of 200 individuals in an offer to forestall the spread of the novel Covid. (ANI)

Trump showing 'incredible irresponsibility' by delaying transition process, says Biden

US President-elect Joe Biden

Washington [US], November 20 (ANI): US President-elect Joe Biden on Thursday said that President Donald Trump was demonstrating "mind boggling recklessness" by challenging the aftereffects of the official political decision and postponing the start of a change cycle.

"Staggeringly harming messages are being shipped off the remainder of the world about how majority rule government capacities," New York Times cited Biden as saying, adding that Trump's response would guarantee that he is recollected, "as being one of the most flippant presidents in American history."

The US President has made exposed charges that political decision was manipulated and has would not yield destruction to Biden. His mission has documented a whirlwind of claims in landmark states.

"I don't have the foggiest idea about his thought process, however I believe it's absolutely unreliable," Biden said of Trump's activities. "It's difficult to understand how this man thinks. I'm sure he realizes he hasn't won, and won't win, and we will be confirmed on Jan 20."

Biden cautioned that the deferred progress measure made it harder for him to design a compelling reaction to the Covid pandemic and that it could slow the cross country dissemination of antibodies.

"We can hardly wait," he stated, calling immunization dispersion "one of the best operational difficulties we will have looked as a country." He added, "There is no reason not to share the information and let us start to design." (ANI)

Engineering and planning related approach needed to make cities water-sensitive, says NMCG DG

The webinar was organised by India's Centre of Science and Environment-School of Water and Waste, India, and Alluvium Consulting, Australia. (Photo: ANI)

New Delhi [India], November 20 (ANI): Elaborating on the difficulties looked in metropolitan water the executives, Rajiv Ranjan Mishra, Director General of National Mission for Clean Ganga, has proposed steps to cause Indian urban communities water-delicate which to incorporate creating eco-accommodating riverfront extends and outfitting the financial capability of the waterway.

In a feature address during a two-section online course arrangement on 'Towards Water Sensitive Cities - Experience of Approach and Practices in Australia and India', Mishra said gaining from encounters of Australian partners can be important in making Indian urban areas water touchy.

The online class was coordinated by India's Center of Science and Environment-School of Water and Waste, India, and Alluvium Consulting, Australia. The online course arrangement was expected to sharpen experts and backer for the arranging and planning of water-touchy urban areas in India, and spread the encounters of water-delicate urban communities in Australia and India, as per an assertion by Jal Shakti Ministry.

"Guide for execution of water-delicate metropolitan plan and arranging in Delhi" distributed by CSE was dispatched by Mishra. He stated, "Designing and arranging related methodology is expected to make urban communities water-delicate."

"While expounding on difficulties looked in metropolitan water the board, Rajiv Ranjan Mishra, Director General, National Mission for Clean Ganga in his feature discourse stated, 'Gaining from encounters of Australian partners can be truly significant in making Indian urban areas water-delicate'. He likewise proposed to build up a city to city organization for select urban communities in the Ganga bowl with Australian urban communities," the assertion read.

"He proposed that a linkage between the manufactured climate and the indigenous habitat is required for water delicate metropolitan plan. He additionally supported a three-guide vision toward water delicate urban areas Cities should fill in as potential water flexibly catchment, give environment benefits and make water touchy networks," the assertion added.

He shared that the metropolitan arranging system would now be made water-touchy. He disclosed strides to make urban areas water-delicate which remembers guaranteeing successful guideline of exercises for the floodplains, forestalling contamination of the water bodies, revival of all water bodies and wetlands, to guarantee a rich and consistent riparian cushion, to guarantee most extreme great quality return stream to the waterway, reuse of wastewater, to outfit the monetary capability of the waterway, to create eco-accommodating riverfront ventures and to instill stream touchy conduct among inhabitants.

Micheal O Neill, Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP), Government of Victoria introduced the incorporated methodology followed by his administration in metropolitan arranging.

Suresh Rohilla, Senior Director of the CSE talked about the requirement for a guide to water touchy metropolitan plan and arranging.

A contextual investigation on transforming Melbourne into a water-touchy city was introduced by Chris Chesterfield, Urban Water Policy and Planning Specialist (CRCWSC), Australia. G. Mathi Vathanan, Principal Secretary, Housing and Urban Development Department Odisha government, Dr Kajal, Director, Smart Cities Mission, Government of Uttar Pradesh and Vijay Chaurasia, Joint Advisor (PHEE), CPHEEO, MoHUA, Government of India talked about the water-touchy methodology and its execution in urban areas in a board conversation. (ANI)

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