Current Affairs 21 November

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   21 November 2016 Current Affairs
 
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Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav, UP -100 scheme launched

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav on November 19, 2016 launched the much awaited project plan -100 UP. Under the scheme, any kind of problem at the police in cities and in rural areas 15 minutes to 20 minutes for help to arrive.
Under the scheme, 24 hours and seven days police will look forward to serving the public. The first project is being launched in 11 districts.

The 11 districts are:

Lucknow, Allahabad, Kanpur, Meerut, Agra, Bareilly, Varanasi, Gorakhpur, Moradabad, Rampur and Jhansi have.
15 December 2016. All districts will be included in the scope of the project.

UP -100 related to the facts:

• UP -100 call center have been appointed to all the girls because they are well-behaved men.
• continue to protect the public in this plan is a cost per person of the month.
• The state of the art call center seating 200 people and a million calls a day has been arranged to receive.
• 600 phone lines at once will work.
• The number of calls per day in the future there will be two million.

 

Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar has launched a new warship INS in Chennai

Union Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar has launched guided missile destroyers INS Chennai. The Kolkata-class guided missile destroyer of the third design is indigenous.
Mazagon Dock Ltd in Mumbai shipbuilders as well as project construction of the vessel 15A have been completed.
The project was to make the Kolkata class guided missile destroyers.
164 meter long INS Chennai Indian Navy ships in the fleet is the most destructive.
The ship supersonic BrahMos surface-to-surface missiles capable of hitting and long-range surface-to-air missile system blows that could have Barack -8.

Engaged in ship systems, additional tests will be included in the Western fleet.
It is this category final destroyers.
The name of the first ship of this class, INS Kolkata and its launch was on August 16, 2014.
Then INS Kochi was launched September 30, 2015.
Flag Officer Commanding Western Naval Command, the third destroyer-in-chief will be put into operational and administrative control.

 

Earth II missile successfully launched from Orissa

Earth-II missile in Orissa, India on Monday successfully pilot-tested double. Prithvi II missile was inducted into the Indian Army in 2003. The missile is capable of carrying nuclear warheads.
India's indigenous nuclear-capable Prithvi two missiles at an accelerated pace after a successfully launched twice. Earlier this campus 12 October 2009, repeating similar tested.
Prithvi II missile was successfully launched at Chandipur in Balasore district in Odisha.
It is capable of lifting loads of 500 to 1000 kg missile is built in the country.
Missile Integrated Test Range at 9:35 in the morning (ITR) from a mobile launcher from the launch complex-3 was launched.
The surface-to-surface Prithvi missile hitting 350 kilometers two liquid propellants (liquid Prplshn two) engine moving.

Earth II Features

Earth II is India's first indigenous ballistic missile.
Beating until it is 350 km from surface to surface.
Earth II liquid and solid, are both operated by the fuel. The conventional and nuclear, is capable of carrying both weapons.
Previously successful album of Earth II trial was February 16, 2016 and 14 November 2014.
Two engines are on Earth II
Its length is 8.56 meters, width of 1.1 meters and weighing 4,600 kg.
483 seconds the missile and can fly up to an altitude of 43.5 km.
Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) scientists under the supervision of specially-appointed Strategic Forces Command (AFC), the activities of the launch said.
Located on the coast of Orissa on the route of missile telemetry stations, electro-optical tracking systems and DRDO was tracked by radars.
Indian armed forces in 2003 included nine meters long, Earth 2 is the first missile, DRDO has developed under the Integrated Guided Missile Development Programme.

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