Jagran Josh compiles the top 5 news on the most important topics from the exam point of view. It includes NCMT Go First Plea, and New Robotics Policy, among several others.
Cyclone Mocha Developed over the Bay of Bengal
- Cyclone Mocha is expected to take on its new role as it is quickly moving towards the Northwestern direction of India. The weather depression changed into a deep depression today, as reported by the India Meteorological Department.
- In the upcoming week, this stormy condition will be affecting various areas like Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, etc.
- Heatwave predictions and heavy rainfall has been identified in the next 5 days. Cyclone is likely to intensify around the Bay of Bengal.
Telangana initiates State Robotics Framework
- KT Rama Rao, Information Technology & Industries Minister took the initiative of bringing the State Robotics Framework to India while Telangana becomes the first state to do this.
- This policy has been launched by the Emerging Technologies Wing of the ITE&C Division.
- The goal is to enhance invention, research and development in the industry of Robotics and Machine Learning.
PM Modi laid the foundation stone of Development Projects
- Prime Minister inaugurated several development projects for an amount of more than Rs 5,000 crores at Nathdwara, Rajasthan.
- With this, 4 national highways and 3 rail projects will be implemented by the government.
- PM Modi claimed that this project is for the enhancement of the state’s connectivity. Also, infrastructure is important for overall growth.
NCMT admitted Go First Insolvency Plea
- The National Company Law Tribunal admitted Go First’s voluntary plea in order to begin the insolvency resolution process.
- Two-member bench including President Justice Ramalingam Sudhakar and L N Gupta further designated Abhliash Lal as interim resolution professional (IRP) to administer the debt-ridden company.
- It has positioned the company under the protection of a moratorium and directed the suspended board of directors to assist the IRP to run the company during insolvency proceedings.
New AI Tool to Detect Pancreatic Cancer
- Artificial Intelligence (AI) initiates the latest technology that can check Pancreatic Cancer. After performing complex tasks, this time it has taken a new step for the citizens.
- Early diagnosis will be done 3 years in advance and this will ultimately increase survival chances.
- Even a group of scientists have applied the AI algorithm on million of patients in Denmark and the United States.
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