Ladakh administration removed the requirement of Inner Line Permit for Indian citizens.

  • The requirement of Inner Line Permit for Indian citizens, including domestic tourists and local residents, to visit notified protected areas has been completely removed.
  • Restriction on stay of foreign tourists in tour circuits in border areas of Nyoma, Nubra and Leh and other places in Kargil districts has been increased from seven days to 15 days.
  • The move helps Indian citizens to visit Ladakh and the expansion of foreigners will boost rural tourism in Ladakh.

More than 5 crore beneficiaries have enrolled so far under PM Gramin Digital Saksharta Abhiyan.

  • Till August 2, under the Pradhan Mantri Gramin Digital Saksharta Abhiyan Yojana, about 5 crore beneficiaries have been enrolled and more than 4 crore have been trained.
  • More than two crore women beneficiaries are registered in this scheme.
  • Out of this, one crore women beneficiaries have been certified under the scheme which is 54 % of the total certified beneficiaries under the scheme.
  • The government has set a target of reaching 6 crore households by March next year.

Himachal Pradesh State Handicrafts and Handloom Corporation signed MoU with Flipkart for online sale.

  • Signed MoU for online sale and promotion of products made by local artisans and craftsmen to customers across the globe.
  • The agreement signed between the two is an important step towards boosting the rural economy and
  • Promoting the sale of handicrafts and handloom products of the state.
  • The MoU will provide an e-commerce platform for over 20,000 artisans engaged in handloom and handicrafts in the state.

The Rajasthan govt has constituted a three-tier committee to monitor complaints related to women.

  • All workplaces are also directed to set up and display the information of the Grievance Committee and its contact persons.
  • The govt has constituted this committee to oversee all cases of complaints related to women to help the women working in the unorganized sector.

Meghalaya govt will provide free treatment to COVID-19 patients under the "Out of Pocket Treatment" scheme.

  • The decision was taken after MHIS proposed to cover COVID patients under the scheme.
  • Earlier 60 % of the cost of COVID treatment was covered under MHIS, but now all expenses will be covered under five categories.
  • The calculated rates are approved by the government and will be implemented from 15 August 2021.

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