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Daily gujarati current affairs vidhyashakti -12 oct-2018

 Daily gujarati current affairs vidhyashakti -12 oct-2018

Americal Scientists develop first bio-electronic medicine

Americal Scientists have developed the first bioelectronic medicine -- an implantable, biodegradable wireless device that speeds nerve regeneration and improves the healing of a damaged nerve.  Washington University Researchers developed a device that delivers regular pulses of electricity to damaged peripheral nerves in rats after a surgical repair process, accelerating the regrowth of nerves in their legs and enhancing the ultimate recovery of muscle


50,000 nominations received for Padma Awards 2019

50,000 nominations received for Padma Awards 2019, Home Ministry said, the nomination received this year is 32 times higher compare to 2010. The nomination process for the awards was simplified and made online in 2016 to encourage citizens to participate in large numbers. The online nomination process for the Padma Awards -2019 started on 1st May this year and the last date for submission of nominations was 15th of last month.

Prime Minister launch Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution in New Delhi .
prime minister Narendra modi launch the Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution in New Delhi, he said the launch of this Centre, after SanFracisco, Tokyo and Beijing opens the door to immense possibilities in the future.  He said, Industry 4.0, and the expansion of Artificial Intelligence, will lead to better healthcare, and reduce expenditure on health.

Shanghai Cooperation Organisation Heads of Government Council Meeting in Dushanbe

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj reached the Tajikistan capital to attend a two-day SCO Heads of Government Council Meeting.

Malaysia abolish the death penalty

Malaysia abolish the death penalty. Minister Gobind Singh Deo said, the government decided to scrap capital punishment following strong domestic opposition to the practice. Malaysia's Lawyers for Liberty rights group said death penalty is barbarous, and unimaginably cruel. It said once the death penalty is scrapped, Malaysia will have the moral authority to fight for the lives of Malaysians facing death sentences abroad.
Capital punishment in Malaysia is currently mandatory for murder, kidnapping, possession of firearms and drug trafficking, among other crimes.

Asian Para Games India won 50  medals
India won 50 medals in Asian Para Games at Jakarta today.  India at the ninth rank in medal table.  Indian team won 8 gold, 17 silver and 25 bronze medal.

Silver Jubilee celebrations of  National Human Rights Commission  in Delhi.

Silver Jubilee celebrations of the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) started in New Delhi. The Commission is completing 25 years of its existence. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the Silver Jubilee Foundation Day and launch the new version of the NHRC website. PM will issue a Postage Stamp and Special Cover on the occasion.
The Commission will organize a ‘Human Rights Mela’ and ‘Human Rights Street Theatre Festival’ tomorrow. The cultural extravaganza, open for public, will be inaugurated by NHRC Chairperson, Justice H.L. Dattu. NHRC will organize a Human Rights Walk to generate awareness about various aspects of human rights. The NHRC was set up on the 12th October, 1993 under the Protection of Human Rights Act, passed by Parliament.

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