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  2. Dr. Shyama prasad mukharjee stadium is located in goa university taleigao
    Muslim, sikh,christian,buddhist,parasi,jainism
    UIDAI comes under min. Of electronics and info. Technology
    Cuban crisis in 1862
    Brahmputra is known as jamuna in bangladesh

  3. Discuss the significance of and the measures needed to attain the target 3, 6 &11 for the sustainable development goals (SDG).
    Sustainable development goals are a set of 17 goals taken up and targeted by the United Nations, These goals are set to be achieved by 2030 by all member countries. They are associated with the factors concerning the overall development of human beings and the world as a whole. SDG replaced millennium development goals (MDG) which ended in 2015. Unlike MDG these goals are setout for all the countries irrespective of their development status.
    Goal 3:Good health and wellbeing.
    Significance of this goal is to improve overall physical and mental health condition of individuals. Majors include steps for decreasing the infant mortality rate, maternal mortality ratio. Creating awareness about various communicable and non communicable diseases and reducing them through prevention, vaccination and treatment. Promote mental health and wellbeing. Ensure universal access to sexual and reproductive health care services. Reduce the use of narcotic drugs and consumption of alcoholic substances.
    Measures needed for attaining this goal includes:
    Infrastructural development of public hospitals both in rural and urban areas. Availing affordable generic medicines in medical stores. Creating awareness about various diseases (physical and mental) and measures to prevent them. Periodic vaccination drives especially for the new born and the mother to reduce maternal mortality ratio and infant mortality rate. Investing in research and development in medical sector. Connecting even the remotest part of the country with a hospital. Creating awareness about the importance of health insurance facilities.
    Though government has launched various schemes like PM bharatiya janausadhi pariyojna, PM surakshya matrivtya vandana etc, but these are not enough , we need to go a long way to attain this goal.
    Goal 6: Clean water and sanitation.
    Availability of clean water and proper sanitation is a basic necessity to lead a dignified life .People living in developing and below economies are struggling to meet these basic amenities. The aim of this goal is universal access to safe and affordable drinking water for all and access to adequate sanitation and hygiene. The goal also targets to improve water quality by checking pollution caused by dumping of hazardous chemicals to water resources.
    Government needs to see that people have access to clean and usable water. Special attention should be given to water scarce and drought prone regions. Though toilet building has taken a surge with the implementation of swach bharat abhiyan and proactive steps like ranking cities and villages on cleanliness ratings and tagging them with open defecation free is definitely a positive step in attaining this goal , but steps are to be taken to attain behavioral change among the people. And implementation of these schemes is to be properly done at the ground level. Other steps like the measures taken by the national green tribunal in protecting and cleaning the rivers are commendable but a lot more needs to be done and without active participation of the public attainment of this goal seems challenging.
    Goal 11: Sustainable cities and communities.
    Sustainable cities and communities are those who have a sustainable infrastructure with zero or least adverse effect on the environment. Having accessible, affordable and sustainable transportation system. Protecting and promoting world culture and natural heritage,having sustainable economic growth are some of the characteristics of a sustainable city and community.
    Steps like checking unplanned urbanization, avoiding real estate buildings by burring water resources, Creating green parks and lakes in cities, promoting hanging gardens in space constrain spaces and checking the air quality and taking measures to curb pollution of any form in the nearby areas will lead to the attainment of this goal.

    Though we have so far not been a failure as compared to other countries when it comes to the attainment of this goals , but we need to go a long way to achieve it . This challenge can be attained only by active participation of both the government with its various schemes and the general public with sheer determination and willingness to abide by the need of the hour in achieving it.

  4. Significant and measure need to sustainable development goal
    The sustainable development goal are set of 17 goals. Sustainable development is development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet theirs own needs.
    A healthy life style and clean environment is best solution of all disease. SDG policies are for 15 years.
    The sustainable development goals also known as the global goals are a universal call to action to end poverty , protect the planet and ensure that all people enjoy peace and prosperity…

    Target to attain SDG 3,6 & 11 which are ensure that the healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages , ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all and make cities and human settlements inclusive , safe, resilient and sustainable.

    • To reduce the global maternal mortality ratio to less than 70 per 100,000 live births .
    • End the epidemics of AIDS, TB ,Malaria and combat hepatitis, and other communicable disease.
    • Halve global death and injuries from road traffic accidents.
    • To achieve universal and equitable access to safe and affordable drinking water for all.
    • To achieve access to adequate and equitable sanitation and hygiene for all and end open defecation, paying special attention to the needs of women and girls.
    • To improve water quality by reducing pollution, elimination dumping and minimizing release of hazardous chemicals materials etc..
    • Support and strengthen the participation of local communities in improving water and sanitation management.
    • To ensure access for all to adequate, safe affordable housing and basic service and upgrade slums.
    • Enhance inclusive and sustainable urbanization and capacity for participatory, integrated and sustainable human settlement planning and management in all countries.
    • One of the most important thing is behaviour changes in our society.
    After the national urban sanitation policy(NUSP) in 2008, a national policy on facel sludge and septage management (FSSM) was released earlier this year. Raising awareness about correct design and construction practices of on – site systems- home – owners and residents. We must ask our governments to invest in creating treatment facilities that our cities can afford election time………

  5. 1.UIDAI comes under ministry of elec. And information technology.

    2.curban missile crisis b/w USSR and USA in 1962 is a ballistic missile crisis.

    3.shyama Prasad Mukherjee stadium- Goa

    4.Minority community in India –
    5. Bhramputra river in Bangladesh called "JAMUNA " while GANGA river is called "Padma"

  6. ethiopia: parents delay picking names for their newborn babies by a month or more. why delay? why not taking this special ceremony in time? well, they delay because they are afraid that thier baby will die. how can it be that 2.6 million babies die around the world before they are even one month old.
    today the greatest risk of catastrophies dosent look like a ufo or any erruption.. but it looks like a virus. if any thing that kills 10 million people in few decades its most likely a highly infectious virus. not measels but microbes. we have actually invested very less in a system to stop epidemics.
    today the highest incidents of HIV occurs in the adolescent girls.they suffer the most so if you can't prevent that, atleast you can give them information the knowledge and the services,..
    drug is too costly. how do we get the vaccine and where do we get the vaccine?. that's something more effective. but the drugs are very costly for the poor,not just the drug but the trteatment and the care which is needed around.
    how can government reach the goal of good health and well being?
    we need to invet in healt workers, close to people. we need to invest in social protection floor so that people who want services can buy services what is the use of a service if it cannot be used.. when people cannot afford it?
    invetment in supply chains is necessary..
    a global alert and response system is needed
    we need a strong health systsem i.e., we need to strengthen our health system.
    we need to creat medical corps with the expertise.
    we need to run germ games
    we need to step research and development like vaccines and research diagonostics.
    investing in these will make world more just and safer.

  7. Mynmaar
    Currency: Kyat.
    State counceller: Aung sang syu kii.
    Neighboring countries:
    India (Arunachal pradesh, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram), Thailand, china, Laos.
    Opens in bay of bengal and Andaman Sea.
    Religion: Theravada Buddhism.(89%) , Christianity, Islam, rakhine.
    Largest state: Rangoon (Yangon)
    Mynmaar is currently in news due to rakhine state having ROHINGYA Muslims.

  8. SDG:2030
    1. Sustainable health for all:–
    Under this target of infant mortality rate of 20/1000
    till 2030 and 70/lakh of Maternal mortality rate.
    Also to support poor countries and developing countries to have better health services.
    To reduce deaths due to Tuberculosis, Aids etc. And Non-communcable diseases.
    To have clean drinking water and sanitation facility.
    Under this the goal is to provide every country population clean drinking water by 2030.
    Better sanitation facilities by 2030.
    Support the poor countries regarding this target.
    SDG 11.
    SUSTAINABLE CITIES and Communities:
    Have better transport road facilities.
    Connecting urban and rural areas with roads, pipelines etc.
    Also comply with Sendai framework on disaster risk reduction.

  9. .UIDAI comes under ministry of elec. And information technology.2.curban missile crisis b/w USSR and USA in 1962 is a ballistic missile crisis.3.shyama Prasad Mukherjee stadium- Goa 4.Minority community in India *Muslim*Sikh*Christian*Zoarstrian*Buddhist*Jain5. Bhramputra river in Bangladesh called "JAMUNA " while GANGA river is called "Padma" ✍✍✍✍MYANMAR *Capital- Nyapidaw. *Currency- kyat.*Language- Burmese State of India touch Myanmar boundary- Arunachal Pradesh , Nagaland, Manipur,Mizoram.*Member of ASEAN since 1997 Neighboring countries- India, Bangladesh,China,Laos,Thailand Major river- Iravadi and salvin known for rice cultivation . *Known as land of Golden Pagoda.

  10. 1) IFFI held in GOA
    2) Muslims, Sikhs, Christians, Buddhists, zoroastrans(parsis) and Jains.
    3) Aadhaar comes under which ministry?
    Introduction: it is a foundation is a 12 digit unique identity number issued to all Indian residence based on biometric and demographic data. The data is collected by unique identification authority of India established in January 201 by the government of India under ministry of electronics and information technology, under the provisions of aadhaar (targeted delivery of financial and other subsidies, benefits and services) act 2016.
    A: ministry of electronics and information technology.
    q) Describe about Cuba crisis?
    A) The Cuban missile crisis of October 1962 was a direct and dangerous confrontation between the United States and Soviet Union during the cold war and was the moment when the two superpowers came closest to nuclear conflict. Usa placed missiles in turkey to attack Russia in case of war and Russia decided they will place missile in cuba near usa
    Cuban missile crisis also called as october crisis ,the carribbean crisis ,or the missile scare ,was a 13 day confrontation between united states and soviet union concerning American ballistic missile deployment in Italy and turkey with consequent soviet ballistic missile deployment in cuba.the confronation often consider the closest the cold war came to escalate into a full scale nuclear war

  11. ANSWERS:-
    1.)Shyam prasad mukherjee stadium is in Goa.
    2.)Minorities in India:- Muslims, Sikhs,Christians, Buddhists, Zoroastrians (Parsis) and Jains.

    3.)UIDAI comes under Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology.

    4.)Cuban missile crisis duration 16 October 1962 – 28 October 1962.

    5.)Brahmaputra river name in Bangladesh is Jamuna.

  12. hello sir…i wud lyk to thank u fr ur unconditional support….i really salute ur enthusiasm..I hav a request if u cud plz pick sum difficult english words from THE HINDU and make us aware about its simple meaning…thnks n regards

  13. Shyama prasad mukherji is located in campus of goa university at taleigao.
    6 minority religion in india are sikhism, muslim, christian, parsis or zoro astrians, jainism,Buddhism.
    Uidai is unique identification and development authority of india under the ministry of electronics and information technology.
    Cuba crisis or October crisis or cuba missile crisis is 13 day confrontation between usa and soviet union, its a type of cold war in which usa estavlblished its missiles in italy and turkey wheteas soviet union in cuba after which treaty took place in which united state will not enter into cuba without permission.
    Brahmaputra river name is yarlung, tsangpo, dihang, dibang, jamuna, brahmaputra, siang, padma, bhairavathan.

  14. 1)indore stadium located in capital of goa.
    2)six religious minority community in india are muslim,christian,Sikhs,buddhist,zoroastrians(parsis),jain
    3)UIDAI is come under ministry of election and information technology
    4)Cuban crisis – it is 13 day confrontation 16 to 28 th october 1962 betweeb the usa and soviet union
    5)Brahmaputra in bangladesh -jamuna
    In tibet-tsangpo

  15. Question: 20th November 2017
    Discuss the significance of and measure needed to attain the target 3,6 & 11 for sustainable development goals (SDG). (200 words)
    On 25 September 2015, the 193 countries of the UN General Assembly adopted the 2030 Development Agenda titled "Transforming our world: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development". This agenda has 92 paragraphs. Paragraph 51 outlines the 17 Sustainable Development Goals and the associated 169 targets.
    The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a set of 17 Global Goals, which are measured by progress against 169 targets.
    The SDGs cover a broad range of social issues like poverty, hunger, health, education, climate change, gender equality and social justice.
    Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)- officially Known as “Transforming our World: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development”
    17 Sustainable Development Goals:
    1. No Poverty
    2. Zero Hunger
    3. Good Health & well-being
    4. Good Education
    5. Gender quality
    6. Clean water & Sanitation
    7. Affordable & Clean Energy
    8. Decent work & Economic growth
    9. Industry, Innovation & Infrastructure
    10. Reduced inequality
    11. Sustainable cities and community
    12. Responsible consumption & Production
    13. Climate change
    14. Life below water
    15. Life on land
    16. Peace, Justice & institution
    17. Partnership for the Goals
    Significance of and measure needed to attain the target 3,6 & 11 for sustainable development goals (SDG):
    1. Prevention and treatment of substance abuse, deaths and injuries from traffic incidents and from hazardous chemicals and air, water and soil pollution and contamination
    2. Smart city—Green city, Drinking water, sanitation, Health, Education
    3. Urban development –Flood in Chennai, Mumbai, Bangalore
    4. Waste management
    5. Transportation
    6. Pollution control
    7. Empoyment, poverty, Housing, Slum management. Open defecation, behavioral change
    8. 90-90-90 scheme for AIDS patient
    3,6 & 11 are the goals of “Sustainable development goals”, aim to build the social and economic infrastructure to provide better health and well-being, clean water and sanitation and Urban development. Which indirectly increase other parameter and indicator like HDI, decrease maternal mortality and infant mortality rate. Which again improve the social progress index and India will prove itself a healthy nation in the world.

  16. Significance and measure to attain the target 3,6,11 of sustainable development goals

    The targets 3,6,11 are regarding good health, clean water and sanitation as well as sustainable cities respectively.
    Significance of attaining these targets:
    – maintaining good health will improve the economy of our country as it will involve active participation of all the individual to their maximum capacity. This in turn will improve the image of our country in outside world.
    – ‎the access to clean water and sanitation would lead to better health condition and help in achieving swachh Bharat mission initiative.
    – ‎the sustainable cities will provide proper facilities to it's residents

    Measures to be taken to achieve the target:
    – national health mission is a positive step in securing proper health for the people. The investment target being fixed at 2.5% of GDP while at present it remains 1%, lower compared to other developing economies.
    – ‎national water policy as also the part of national action plan on climate change of government if India 2008-2017, should also be extended beyond 2017 to ensure efficient use of water.
    – ‎the swachh Bharat mission is working to provide the sanitation through behavior change
    – ‎the smart city mission is also a positive step for creating sustainable cities. National accessibility campaign also provide with accessible transportation. The promotion of walkable communities and also the first electric vehicle charging station in Nagpur are positive steps. Such initiative should be promoted
    – ‎the use of LPG should be promoted and it's prices should be deregulated as diesel and Petrol


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