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1.India’s UJALA scheme launched in Melaka, Malaysia.

Unnat Jyoti by Affordable Lighting for All (UJALA ) scheme of Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL) under the ministry of Power of India has launched in the state of Melaka, Malaysia.

This scheme will provide 10 high qulity 9-watt LED bulbs to each household at a cost which is almost half of what is in market. It will make Malaysia to get clean energy, contribute to climate change targets and save falling energy resources.


2.India and Myanmar signed 11 Agreements.

India and Myanmar has signed 11 agreements on various fields on aim of expanding commercial     ties as part of Act East policy of India.
           


3.PM visits Ananda Temple, Bagan 
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has visited the Ananda Temple, Bagan, in Myanmar. This is the 12th century Buddhist temple.Archaeological Survey of India has carried out restoration work after damage caused during Earthquake last year.

ASI already taken major conservation works across Asia, include the Bamiyan Buddhas in Afghanistan, the Angkor Wat in Cambodia, the Vat Phou Temple in Laos, the my Son Temple in Vietnam and the Ta Prohm Temple in Cambodia,


4.Prime Minister’s gift to Myanmar State Counsellor  Suu Kyi 
During Prime Minsiter Narendra Modi’s Myanmar visit , he gifts to Myanmar Daw Aung San Suu Kyi ,original research proposal she submitted for fellowship at IIAS (Indian Institute of Advanced Study), Shimla 1986.

5.Duck Species Ruddy shelducks can fly at altitude of 6.8km.
Recent study says, Duck species Ruddy Shelduck can fly at altitude of 6.8km was the first to fly such height among duck species.

6.Island parali I of Lakshadweep has disappeared

The biodiversity rich uninhabited island Parali I of Lakshadweep has disappeared due to coastal erosion. Island Parali I was a part of Bangaram atoll, which has area of  0.032km in 1968 has been completely eroded , says latest study conducted by R.M Hidayathulla.

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