- TTPs-based Cybercrime Investigation Framework: TTPs stands for Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures. It is the term used by cybersecurity professionals to describe the behaviours, processes, actions, and strategies used by a threat actor to develop threats and engage in cyberattacks. It is a tool for apprehending cybercriminals’ modes of operations in a crime execution lifecycle. It was developed by the I-hub NTIHAC foundation (c3ihub) at IIT Kanpur with support from the Department of Science and Technology (DST) under the National Mission on Interdisciplinary Cyber-Physical Systems (NM-ICPS).
The framework can help in tracking and classifying cybercrimes, identifying the chain of evidence required to solve the case and mapping evidence onto the framework to convict criminals.
- Samudra Prahari: It is an Indian Coast Guard Ship (ICGS) specially designed for pollution control. It is the first pollution control vessel of its kind in Southeast Asia. It is equipped with the most advanced pollution Response and Control equipment for mitigating oil spills in the Exclusive Economic Zone. It has tanks and inflatable barges for storage of oil spills. The ship is capable of unhindered oil recovery operations with a storage capacity of 500 KL.
The vessel is designed to operate a twin-engine Advanced Light Helicopter and to operate and embark Chetak helicopter.Special features include an integrated platform management system, power management system, high power external fire fighting system and one indigenous gun mount with fire fighting system. The ship has unmanned machinery operation capabilities.
- Gandhi Sagar Wildlife Sanctuary: It is situated on the northern boundary of the Mandsaur and Nimach districts in Madhya Pradesh. It lies in the Khathiar-Gir dry deciduous forest ecoregion. It was notified in the year 1974 and added to the list of sanctuaries in 1984.River Chambal flows through the sanctuary, dividing it into two parts.
The sanctuary has many places of historical, archaeological and religious importance, such as Chaurasigarh, Chaturbhujnath temple, Bhadkaji rock paintings, Narsinghjhar Hinglajgarh fort, Taxakeshwar temple etc. The principal tree species found here are Khair, Salai, Kardhai, Dhawda, Tendu and Palash.
Herbivore like Chinkara, Nilgai and Spotted Deer, and carnivores like the Indian Leopard, Striped Hyena and Jackal are found in good numbers in the region.It also has a good population of crocodiles, fish, otters and turtles
- Sangeet Natak Akademi Amrit Awards: It is a national honour bestowed on performing artists as well as teachers and scholars in the field of performing arts. The recipients are selected by the Akademi’s General Council. The Akademi’s General Council consisted of distinguished musicians, dancers, theatre artists and scholars in these disciplines and nominees of the Government of India, state governments, and Union Territories. The honour carries a purse money of Rs. 1,00,000/- (Rupees one lakh) besides a Tamrapatra and Angavastram.
The award was constituted to honour Indian artists aged above 75 years who have not been accorded any national honour in their career so far.