Current Affairs Summary with Quiz 27 04 2021

Delhi govt to set up 44 oxygen plants, import 18 oxygen tankers from Bangkok: CM KejriwalCovid Vaccination in Delhi: Free Covid-19 vaccine in Delhi to all above 18;  Arvind Kejriwal | Delhi News - Times of India

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal during a digital press conference on April 27, 2021, announced that the Delhi government will set up 44 oxygen plants in Delhi within one month, of which 21 ready-to-use oxygen plants will be imported from France.
“We are going to set up 44 oxygen plants in Delhi within the next one month, 8 of these are being installed by the Centre. The remaining 36 plants will set up by the Delhi government itself, of which 21 plants will be imported from France and 15 plants will be set from within the country,” CM Kejriwal said.
We're going to set up 44 Oxygen Plants in Delhi within the next one month - 8 of these are being installed by the Centre. The remaining 36 are being installed by Delhi Govt, 21 plants coming from France & 15 plants from within the country itself: Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal.
He further mentioned that the Delhi government will import 18 oxygen tankers from Bangkok. The state government has put a request to the Centre to allow Air Force planes for the task.
Delhi govt decides to import 18 tankers (Oxygen) from Bangkok, they'll start arriving from tomorrow. We've requested the Centre to allow the use of Air Force planes for this. Talks are on, I'm very hopeful that talks will be successful. This will resolve the issue of transport: Delhi CM.

The UK to get the world’s most powerful weather, climate change forecasting supercomputer

World's most powerful weather, climate-change forecasting supercomputer to  be built in UK - The Hindu

Microsoft and the United Kingdom’s Meteorological Office have decided to team up to build the most powerful supercomputer in the world to forecast weather and climate change.
According to UK’s Met office, the supercomputer, which is most likely to be operational in 2022, will help in providing accurate warnings on severe weather. It will also help in protection from the impact of increasingly extreme floods, storms, and snow in the UK.
CEO of Met office Penny Endersby stated that working with Microsoft, the Met Office will provide the highest quality weather and climate datasets as well as more accurate forecasts that will enable the decisions to allow people to stay safe.
This will be a unique opportunity that will help in keeping not just the Met office but the UK at the forefront of high-performance computing and environmental modelling.

World’s most powerful supercomputer in the UK:

The UK Government, in February 2020, announced the funding of about 1.2 billion pounds (Rs. 12,400 crores) for developing this supercomputer, which has been expected to one of the top 25 supercomputers in the world.
The computing device, which will help to advance climate change modelling, will also help in improving forecasts and projections for risk-based planning.
It will also provide increasingly accurate forecasts of the temperature and wind information for the aviation industry of the country.
The device, in addition, will enhance the emergency preparedness to local storms, flooding, heavy rain through the improved forecasting of local-scale weather with the use of very high-resolution simulations.

Supercomputers in other countries:

Supercomputers are being increasingly used worldwide for accurate weather and climate-change forecasting.
Fujitsu Laboratories in Japan used the world’s most powerful supercomputer, Fugako in order to develop an AI model for predicting Tsunami flooding.
Meanwhile, in the US, the Hewlett Packard Enterprise has also been developing a supercomputer. It will be installed at NCAR-Wyoming Supercomputer Centre, to help study climate change and severe weather.

PM Modi distributes e-property cards under the SVAMITVA scheme

e-property cards: PM to launch distribution of e-property cards under  SWAMITVA scheme on Apr 24, Real Estate News, ET RealEstate
On the National Panchayati Raj day on April 24, 2021, PM Narendra Modi launched the distribution of e-property cards under the SVAMITVA scheme.
4.09 lakh property owners received their e-property cards during the distribution of e-property cards under the SVAMITVA scheme via video conferencing.
During the launch, PM Modi lauded the leadership efforts of Panchayats in creating awareness and stopping coronavirus from entering the villages.
PM Modi urged that all the Panchayats will follow the mantra of Dawai Bhi Kadai Bhi to fight the war against Covid-19. He urged the Panchayats to ensure that all the guidelines laid down by the Centre be followed in the villages. PM Modi highlighted that this time around we have the vaccine to protect ourselves. “It is the duties of the Panchayats to ensure that every person in their village is administered with two doses of the vaccine,” PM said.
PM Modi highlighted that the people of rural areas will benefit highly from the SVAMITVA scheme. He also spoke about a few initiatives carried out for village panchayats such as the Centre had granted Rs 2 lakh 25 thousand crores for the fortification of gram panchayats and promotion of e-Gram Swaraj to increase transparency in rural developmental projects.

About the SVAMITVA scheme

SVAMITVA (Survey of Villages and Mapping with Improvised Technology in Village Areas) was launched as a Central Sector Scheme on April 24, 2020. The scheme was launched by PM Narendra Modi.
The SVAMITVA scheme was launched to develop a socio-economically empowered and self-reliant rural India. The SVAMITVA scheme utilizes modern technical tools such as drone technology for mapping and surveying rural areas.
The pilot phase of the scheme has been launched in Haryana, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand and selected villages in Rajasthan and Punjab.
The scheme is expected to cover around 6.62 lakh villages in the country during 2021-2025.

Objectives of the SVAMITVA scheme

•Empower the people of rural India to use their property for availing loans and various other financial benefits.
•Reduce legal issues and property-related disputes among rural people.
•Create survey infrastructure and GIS maps that can be used by any department.
•Aid in preparing a better-quality Gram Panchayat Development Plan (GPDP) by utilizing GIS maps.
•Development of accurate land records and better rural planning.
•Aid in determining property tax.

Archery World Cup: Indian women’s recurve team wins gold, the bronze goes to mixed pair

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In the Archery World Cup, the Indian women’s recurve team which included Ankita Bhakat, Deepika Kumari, and Komalika Bhari won a gold medal in Guatemala on April 26, 2021.
Deepika, former world number one, shot a perfect 10 in the final row as India saw a stunning turnaround to defeat a fancied Mexico and grabbed a gold medal in stage 1 of Archery World Cup.
The mixed pair duo of Ankita and Atanu Das also bagged a mixed pair of bronze. The Indian team has trailed 2-4 after the third set. The team returned to the World Cup after almost two years and is yet to clinch an Olympic games team quota.
However, the trio of Ankita Bhakat, Deepika, and Komalika Bhari presented the perfect composure to bounce back in the fourth set before clinching the issue 5-4 in the shoot-off en route to their first women’s recurve team gold since the year 2014.

India’s fifth recurve women’s team gold:

In the shoot-off, Ankita Bhakat started off with a nine, while Komalika Bhari had drifted away with an eight. In the final arrow, it was down to Deepika against her more fancied rival Aida Roman, silver medallist of 2012 London Olympics.
The Indian star held her nerves and drilled a perfect 10 as the rival Aida cracked under pressure and was only able to shot eight.
This was India’s fifth gold of women’s recurve team in World Cup. India had previously won in Shanghai-2011, Medellin-2013, Wroclaw-2013, and 2014 with Indian player Deepika winning her fifth gold.
As India is yet to win a team quota for the Olympics, the current win will definitely bolster their confidence ahead of the final qualification event on the sidelines of World Cup Stage 3 in Paris, France in June 2021.

Bronze for mixed pair:

India, in the mixed pair bronze play-off, trailed 0-2 after the first set. But Atanu Das and Ankita complemented each other well in the second and third set to secure the issue.
In the second set of the game, Ankita successfully shot two of the three 10s, while Atanu Das stepped up the game in the third set with two 10s to down the USA.

Election Commission bans victory procession after election results on May 2nd

Election Commission bans victory processions after poll results on May 2 |  The News Minute

The Election Commission on April 27, 2021 banned all victory processions on or after the day of counting of votes on May 2, 2021 in the wake of an unprecedented rise in the number of COVID-19 cases across the country.
The EC order copy read, "In view of the surge in COVID 19 cases throughout the country, the Commission has decided to make more stringent provision to be followed during the process of Counting, in addition to exiting Broad Guidelines dated 21st August 2020 and has directed that no victory procession after the counting on 2.5.2021 shall be permissible."

Election Commission Order: Key Highlights

The EC order bans victory processions after the counting of votes on May 2nd.
The order has also imposed restrictions on the number of people accompanying the winning candidate.
The order stated that a maximum of only two people can accompany the winning candidate or his/her authorised representative to receive the certificate of election from the concerned Returning Officer.
The Election Commission said in its order that it decided to make more stringent provisions to be followed during the process of counting give the surge in COVID-19 cases throughout the country.

Counting of Votes

The counting of votes for State Assembly Elections in four states and on UT- Assam, West Bengal, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Puducherry will take place on May 2, 2021.


The Assembly election of four states -Assam, Kerela, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal and one union territory Puducherry were held in April.
While elections in three states and on UT have concluded, the last phase of West Bengal Elections is yet to be held.
The state of West Bengal went to polls in eight phases, while Assam held elections in three phases and the remaining two states and one Union Territory saw single-phase polling.
The Election Commission faced criticism from the Madras High Court on April 26, 2021, for not stopping political parties from conducting election rallies. The court slammed EC by saying that the poll body was responsible for the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.
During the election, the Left front, on the other hand, restrained from holding public rallies citing a steep increase in COVID-19 cases. (ANI)

WHO announces global immunization strategy to save 50 million lives by 2030

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The World Health Organisation and partners called on April 26, 2021, for an action to boost the vaccination against measles and various other diseases worldwide after the routine jabs have been severely disrupted by the pandemic.
The WHO along with vaccine alliance GAVI and UN Children’s Agency announced that their new global strategy has the potential of saving 50 million lives within less than a decade.
The WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus stated that to avoid multiple outbreaks of life-threatening diseases such as yellow fever, measles, and diphtheria, it must be ensured that routine vaccination services are protected in every country.

New vaccination strategy of WHO:

• The new vaccination strategy to boost the immunization services worldwide aims at achieving 90 per cent coverage for the essential vaccines that are given in childhood and adolescence by 2030.
• By 2030, the vaccination program also aims at slashing half of the number of children globally who receive no vaccines at all.
• It also aims at introducing or scaling up the use of new or under-utilized vaccines for the diseases such as rotavirus, COVID-19, and human papillomavirus (HPV).
• As per WHO, the push has the potential of saving 50 million lives, of which, 75% of them are in poor countries.
• To ensure routine immunization, development agencies including government and civil society need to work together to ensure that no child is left behind.

Pandemic disrupts essential health services worldwide:

The push from WHO and the partners has come as the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic disrupted the essential health services all over the world.
Around 60 mass vaccination campaigns were postponed in 50 countries which has put around 228 million people, mostly children, at the risk for the diseases such as polio and measles.
Gavi Chief Seth Berkley has warned that millions of children across the world are most likely to miss out on basic vaccines as the ongoing pandemic has threatened to unravel two decades of progress in routine immunization.
While the situation has seen improvement somewhat from 2020, a survey by WHO has shown that more than one-third of the nations were still seeing disruptions to their routine immunization programs.

Reduction in the supply of vaccines and other equipment:

For child vaccinations, the supply of vaccines and other equipment is also extremely essential.
According to UNICEF, the disruptions because of the pandemic and dramatically reduced the doses of vaccines it delivered in 2020 to 2.01 billion, down from 2.29 billion in 2019.
UNICEF head stressed that even before the pandemic there were signs that we're losing ground in the fight against preventable child illness. Before the pandemic crisis, some 20 million children worldwide were already missing out on critical vaccines and the pandemic has made it worse.
Gaps in the vaccination have already led to serious measles outbreaks in various nations, such as Pakistan, the Democratic Republic of Congo, and Yemen and other outbreaks can be expected as the growing number of children miss their shot.

Oxford Economics lowers India’s GDP growth rate for 2021 to 10.2%

Oxford Economics lowers India's GDP forecast to 10.2%

Global forecasting firm Oxford Economics on April 26, 2021, lowered India’s GDP growth forecast for 2021 to 10.2 per cent from 11.8 per cent.
Oxford Economics cited that, “The lack of a convincing government strategy to contain the coronavirus pandemic, faltering vaccination rate, and country’s escalating health burden prompted us to downgrade India’s 2021 GDP growth forecast to 10.2 per cent from 11.8 per cent previously.”
The global forecasting firm expressed that despite further mobility restrictions, India needs to adopt a targeted lockdown approach, develop resilient business and consumer behaviour, and less stringent restrictions to alleviate the economic impact of the second wave.
The firm is expecting a sequential decline in the GDP of the country in the second quarter.

Rafael Nadal beat Stefanos Tsitsipas to claim 12th Barcelona Open title

Barcelona Open: Rafael Nadal beats Pablo Carreno Busta to reach 12th final  - BBC Sport
Rafael Nadal beat Stefanos Tsitsipas 6-4, 6-7 (6), 7-5 in the final of the 68th Barcelona Open Banco Sabadell tournament. With this win at the clay-court, Rafael Nadal claimed his 12th Barcelona Open title of his career and his first title of the year 2021.
The match went on for 3 hours, 38 minutes, becoming the ATP’s longest match of 2021. "I never played a final like this in this tournament," he said. "It means a lot to me. It was an important victory," Nadal said.
The 34-year-old Nadal beat Pablo Carreno Busta, Kei Nishikori, Ilya Ivashka, and Cameron Norrie to reach the final. He had two match points in the second set but lost on a tie-break with Tsitsipas. However, Nadal managed to serve the third set without a break and claimed the title.

About Barcelona Open Banco Sabadell

The Barcelona Open Banco Sabadell is the oldest and one of the most prestigious men’s tennis tournaments that are played on clay courts.
The Real Club de Tenis Barcelona is the venue of the Barcelona Open tournament.
The 68th Barcelona Open Banco Sabadell was held in Barcelona, Spain from April 19 to April 25, 2021.
The tournament was not played in 2020 to coronavirus pandemic.

DRDO Single Crystal Blade Technology

Single Crystal | Defence Research and Development Organisation - DRDO,  Ministry of Defence, Government of India
The Defence Research and Development Organisation recently developed the Single Crystal Blade Technology. The organisation has delivered sixty such blades to Hindustan Aeronautics Limited. A very few countries in the world possess this technology. They are the UK, USA, Russia and France.

What is Single Crystal Blade?

The helicopters need powerful and compact aero engines to operate in extreme conditions. In order to achieve this, Single Crystal Blades are essential.
The Single Crystal blades are made of nickel-based superalloys. These alloys are capable of withstanding high temperatures.
The technology is to be used in helicopters.

What is Single Crystal Blade Technology?

Normally the “Grain Boundary” technology is used in making blades. Here the metal forms grains while solidifying.
Usually, metal alloys are used in making blades. Different metals in the alloy produce different grains while solidifying thereby creating grain boundaries. Basically, a grain boundary is an interface between two grains or crystals. These boundaries lead to creep in the blades.
The problem of creep is overcome in Single Crystal Blade technology by designing alloys that can be used in single crystal form. This means that no boundaries will be formed here.
The technology uses a vacuum investment casting process to realise the blades. This includes ceramic moulding, wax patterning, heat treatment.
It is essential to formulate special ceramic composition for the technology. This involves making strong ceramic moulds that withstand metallostatic pressure at 1500 degrees Celsius.

What is a Creep?

Creep is the tendency of blade material to deform at low temperatures.

Benefits of Single Crystal Blade Technology

The blades created under this technology have a longer life and are more corrosion resistant.

Aditya-L1 Support Cell (AL1SC)

Aditya L1 mission - NEO IAS Current Affairs Plus
A Community Service Centre has been set up onboard India’s first dedicated Solar Space Mission. The centre is called ALISC. ALISC is Aditya-L1 Support Cell. It is to be set up at the ARIES at Haldwani, Uttarakhand.


It is a joint effort of ISRO and ARIES. ISRO is Indian Space Research Organisation and ARIES is Arybhata Research Institute for Observational Sciences.
The Centre will accommodate guest observers and will help them by providing data from the mission to analyse the findings.
It will bring all the data from the mission under one single interface.
Also, ALISC will establish periodic training on data analysis. It will also hold frequent E-workshops.
The knowledge to be provided by ALISC will help scientists to connect the features in heliosphere to the surface of the sun.


Aditya-L1 is an Indian space mission that will study the sun and also the region between the earth and the sun. It is to carry seven payloads developed by different institutions of the country.
One of the payloads is the VELC, that is, Visible Emission Line Coronograph.
The satellite weighs 400 kilograms and is to be launched in the low earth orbit at a height of 800 km. Orbits that are at a height of less than 1000 km from the earth are called Low Earth Orbits.

Why was Adity-1 revised as Adity-L1 mission?

A satellite that is placed in a halo orbit around the Lagrangian point L1 has the advantage to view the sun continuously without any obstacles such as eclipses. Thus, the satellite is to be placed in a halo orbit around L1. This is why it was renamed as Aditya-L1 mission.


ARIES will provide ground support to the monitor and coordinate the work on its payloads.

Large Area Certification (LAC) Scheme of PGS-India- A&N gets certification

Over 14 400 Ha Area In Andaman Nicobar Becomes First Large Territory To Get  Organic Certification - BW Businessworld
The Ministry of Agriculture and Farmer Welfare recently announced that around 14,491 hectares of land in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands have been certified as organic. This is the first large contiguous territory to be certified under the government scheme.


The organic certification was provided under the Large Area Certification Scheme of the Participatory Guarantee System certification programme.

Large Area Certification Scheme

Under the scheme, each village is considered as one cluster or group. The farmers have to adhere to the standard requirements without the need to undergo a conversion period to get certified. This was launched under the Paramparagat Krishi Vikas Yojana.
Basically, under the standard norms of organic production systems, the areas with chemical input usage history will have to undergo a transition period of two to three years to get qualified as organic. This transition period has been removed under the Large Certification Scheme.

Paramparagat Krishi Vikas Yojana

The scheme was launched in 2014 to promote natural farming.
Currently there are more than 30 lakh hectares of registered areas holding organic certification.
India today ranks fifth in terms of area under natural farming and first in terms of total number of producers.

What is Participatory Guarantee Scheme?

It is a scheme that certifies organic products. The scheme is implemented by Ministry of Agriculture and Farmer Welfare. The certification is in the form of statement or logo. The certification is issued based on the Food Safety and Standards (Organic Foods) Regulations. These regulations were notified by Food Safety and Standards Authority of India in 2017.

ADB provided $1.5-billion to India for Covid response

ADB sets new loan pricing structure for higher-income countries | Devex
The Asian Development Bank has provided fiscal support of 1.5 billion USD to India to fight against COVID-19 crisis. This is according to the Annual Report, 2020 of ADB that was released recently. This is part of the fiscal support the bank has set aside for pandemic.

Key Findings of the Report

The Asian Development Bank had allocated 31.6 billion USD for Asia and Pacific regions in 2020. This is to support a green and sustainable green recovery. Also, it focused on long term development projects.
In 2020, the Asian Development Bank allocated 16.1 billion USD for COVID-19 pandemic. This is more than half of the total financial assistance committed by the bank.
Of the 16.2 billion USD, 2.9 billion USD was for the private sector.
The financial support committed by ADB for the Asia and Pacific regions is 32% higher than that of 2019. In 2019, the bank allocated 24 billion USD to the region. In 2019, the bank focused on equity investments, grants and technical assistance to public and private sector.


India accounted to 16.29% of total loans at the bank and was the largest borrower. China was the second largest borrower contributing to 15.25%.

ADB Contributions to India

The following loans were provided by Asian Development Bank in the year 2020
ADB provided 1.5 billion USD for India to fight COVID-19. This was under the CARES Programme.
ADB approved 484 million for the CKIC project
100 million USD to boost power supply in Bengaluru
346 Million USD Loan under RBL Modality
177 million USD to upgrade Maharashtra State Highways
1 billion USD for 2025 visioned Delhi-Meerut Rapid transit system
177 million USD to develop roadways
133 million USD Loan for Meghalaya Power Distribution Sector
ADB is supporting the modern rapid transport system in India with a loan of 500 million USD.
ADB provided 100 million USD loan to the Smart Energy Project that will make cities livelier. The project aims to convert overhead distribution lines to underground cables
50 million USD was provided to support public financial management reforms in West Bengal.
ADB provided 3 million USD under its Asia Pacific Disaster Response Fund.
These are the loans provided by ADB to Government of India and state governments. There are other loans granted to private companies in India as well. For instance, Reliance received loan from ADB to build a power project in Bangladesh.

WHO’s E-2025 initiative

The World Health Organisation recently identified twenty-five countries with the potential to eradicate malaria by 2025. This is called the E-2025 initiative.

What is the plan?

The identified 25 countries will work by responding to the dual threat of malaria and COVID-19. The WHO is to provide technical guidance and specialised support to these countries under the initiative.
Three of the identified countries were from Africa namely Eswatini, Botswana and South Africa.

Malaria in Africa

Africa shares 94% of global malaria death burden. The recent evidence has shown drug resistant mutations in Africa.
South Africa is the hotspot of COVID-19 in Africa. Malaria has increased by 44% in the country between 2019 and 2020 due to COVID-19. This is mainly because vaccination drives could not be conducted due to lock down.
In Botswana, Malaria has increased by five times. This was mainly because of reverse migration that occurred from urban to rural due to lock down.


The World Health Organisation launched the E-2020 initiative in 2017. The E-2020 aimed to support a group of countries to achieve zero indigenous cases of malaria by 2020. However, certain countries are yet to achieve this target. Thus, they were identified under the E-2025 initiative and new plan is to be launched.

How were the countries selected?

The countries were selected based on four criteria. They were as follows:
Establishment of Government-endorsed elimination plan
The country should have met the threshold of malaria case reductions in recent years
The country should have the capacity of malaria surveillance
It should have been selected by the WHO Malaria Elimination Oversight Committee

Ladakh Ignited Minds Project

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The Indian Army recently initiated the Ladakh Ignited Minds Project to provide educational opportunities for the Ladakhi students.
The project aims to provide better future for the Ladakhi youths.
The Indian Army has signed a Memorandum of Understanding to implement the project. The MoU has been signed with HPCL (Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited) and a Kanpur based NGO called the National Integrity and Educational Development Organisation.
The MoU was signed in Leh.
The project will train forty-five students from Kargil and Leh districts. It will train twenty girls.
The project will train the students for JEE and NEET entrance examinations.


How many oxygen plants are proposed to be built in New Delhi?

  • 44
  • 36
  • 18
  • 8

From which country is the ready-to-use oxygen plants for Delhi imported from?

  • Bangkok
  • Malaysia
  • France
  • UK

Which country had partnered with the UK to built the most powerful supercomputer in the world to forecast weather and climate change?

  • Google
  • SAP
  • Microsoft
  • Intel

Who is the CEO of Met office, UK?

  • Penelope Endersby
  • John Hirst
  • Janene Madden
  • Nikhil Rathi

Which company developed a supercomputer to develop an AI model for predicting Tsunami flooding?

  • Fujitsu Laboratories
  • Riken
  • Panasonic
  • Hitachi

What is the full form of SVAMITVA?

  • Socio-Economically Empowered and Self-Reliant Rural India
  • Survey of Villages and Mapping with Improvised Technology in Village Areas
  • A survey by the Ministry of Panchayati Raj
  • E property card Scheme

Where is the Archery World Cup 2021 stage 1 conduted?

  • South Dakota, United States
  • Paris, France
  • Shanghai, China
  • Guatemala City, Guatemala

WHO announces global immunization strategy to save 50 million lives by _____.

  • 2030
  • 2040
  • 2050
  • 2060

What is revised India’s GDP growth rate for 2021 according to Oxford Economics?

  • 10.2
  • 10.4
  • 11.8
  • 9.2

Who did Rafael Nadal beat to claim the 12th Barcelona Open title?

  • Novak Djokovic
  • Roger Federer
  • Stefanos Tsitsipas
  • Alexander Zverev

Where is the Community Service Centre set up for India’s first dedicated Solar Space Mission?

  • Ladakh
  • Uttarakhand
  • Gujarat
  • Tamil Nadu

The Asian Development Bank has provided financial support of _____ USD to India to fight against the COVID-19 crisis.

  • 1.5 billion
  • 50 million
  • 1 billion
  • 2 million

Which diseases will be eradicated from 25 countries according to the E-2025 initiative by WHO?

  • Malaria
  • Dengue
  • Tuberculous
  • Hanta fever

Ladakh Ignited Minds Project is an initiative by ____.

  • DRDO
  • Indian Army
  • Ministry of Education
  • All India Council For Technical Education

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