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SDG India Index 2020-21: Kerala tops in NITI Aayog’s SDG India Index 2020-21, Bihar’s worst performance

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SDG India Index 2020-21: Kerala tops in NITI Aayog's SDG India Index 2020-21, Bihar's worst performance

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New Delhi, June 3: Kerala has retained its top position in NITI Aayog’s SDG India Index 2020-21, while Bihar’s performance was the worst. The Index for Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) evaluates the progress of states and union territories on social, economic and environmental parameters. According to a report, Kerala retained its position as the top state with 75 points, while Himachal Pradesh and Tamil Nadu were ranked second with 74 points. Bihar, Jharkhand and Assam are the worst performing states in this year’s India Index. NITI Aayog Vice Chairman Rajiv Kumar released the third edition of India SDG Index on Thursday.

Kumar said, “Our effort to monitor SDGs through the SDG India Index has been widely appreciated across the world. This is a rare data-based initiative to rank our states and union territories by computing a composite index on SDGs. has become a tool.

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In the first edition of 2018-19, 13 goals, 39 targets and 62 indicators were included, while in this third edition 17 goals, 70 goals and 115 indicators were included.

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Tamil Nadu Unlock: CM MK Stalin’s big statement, said – relaxation will be withdrawn if the rules are not followed

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Tamil Nadu Unlock: CM MK Stalin's big statement, said - relaxation will be withdrawn if the rules are not followed

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Chennai: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin has warned the people of the state that if the Corona Protocol is not followed, the relaxations implemented from Monday can be withdrawn. In a video appeal released on June 14, the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu said that the norms have to be followed with relaxation in the lockdown, failing which the lockdown can be withdrawn at any time. Tamil Nadu: Permission has been given to open parks, salons, beauty parlors, spas and tea shops from 6 am to 5 pm from today in 27 districts including Chennai.

Stalin said if people follow the rules, the state can go ahead and steps can be taken to open schools and colleges along with allowing the service of public transport.

However, he thanked the people of Tamil Nadu for adhering to the restrictions during the last few weeks and said that the restraint shown by the people has helped in reducing the number of COVID positive cases.

The Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu also said that people should not ignore the norms of Kovid. He also called upon people not to crowd in front of tea shops. He also said that despite heavy criticism, the government has opened liquor shops to prevent people from consuming illegal and smuggled liquor.

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Karnataka: Yediyurappa government will give Rs 1 lakh if ​​a working member of a BPL family dies of COVID

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In Karnataka, on the death of an adult working member of a Below Poverty Line (BPL) family, a compensation of Rs.

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All centrally protected monuments/sites and museums to be opened from June 16: Archaeological Survey of India

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Protected monuments/sites and museums to be opened:

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