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PM Modi will ensure that India bans use of six single-use plastic products from October 2

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is leading efforts to scrap such plastics by 2022, is set to launch the campaign with a ban on as many as six items on Oct. 2, the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. Penalties for violations of the ban will probably take effect after an initial six-month period to allow people time to adopt alternatives. It will also ask e-commerce companies to cut back on plastic packaging that makes up nearly 40% of India’s annual plastic consumption. Src:https://bit.ly/2LfK8XM

Piyush Goyal: Govt set to achieve 100% electrification of railway in 10 years

The government has decided to move towards achieving 100 percent electrification of railways, as part of efforts to curb carbon footprints, Union Minister Piyush Goyal said on Wednesday. The railways minister also said he has a mission that in next 10 years, Indian Railways will be running on renewable energy. He was speaking at CIIJ's Sustainability Summit. Src:https://bit.ly/2ztnZzS

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Pakistanis Trend #BoycottIndianProducts On Twitter, yet they are the worst affected by lack of Indian goods

Pakistan citizens are demanding a boycott on all imports from India. Keeping their economic status in mind, the Pakistan government had refused to do so till now. However, after the revocation of J&K's special status, Pakistan was triggered, and they cut reduced all bilateral trades with India. India was hardly affected by the move, and so if they decide to #BoycottIndianProducts, their foods and even clothes will be in jeopardy. Even tomatoes cost Rs. 300/kilo in Pakistan after the ban on Indian products. Give your response to Pakistan's move to #BoycottIndianProducts in the comments section. Src:https://bit.ly/2Pmz800

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India's dairy exports up by 126% in FY19, courtesy a 'boost' from Modi govt scheme

India has witnessed significant growth in the export of milk and milk products in the last financial year. According to the Ministry of Animal Husbandry Dairying and Fisheries, in 2018-19, India's dairy export rose 126% to 1,23,877 million tonnes (MT), around worth Rs 2,700 Cr from 54,828 MT in the previous financial year. An anonymous senior officer stated that the increase has come after the incentives offered by PM Modi Govt under the Merchandise Exports from India Scheme (MEIS) last year. The officer added, “The incentive was initially given up to 10% which was further revised to 20%”. Apart from skimmed milk powder, the export of butter, ghee, and butter oil too witnessed a great growth, from 16,616.32 MT in 2017 to 46,137.92 MT in FY 2018-19. Src: https://bit.ly/2Lcyltt

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