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[pib] CZT Imager of AstroSat measures first phase resolved X-ray polarisation of Crab pulsar


  1. AstroSat, India’s multi-wavelength space telescope, has successfully accomplished the extremely difficult task of measuring X-ray polarisation
  2. In a paper published in ‘Nature Astronomy’, the team has documented the results of their eighteen-month study of the Crab pulsar in the Taurus Constellation and measured the variations of polarisation as this highly magnetized object spins around 30 times every second.
  3. This landmark measurement puts up a strong challenge to prevailing theories of high energy X-ray emission from pulsars



  1. A pulsar is a highly magnetized, rotating neutron star or white dwarf, that emits a beam of electromagnetic radiation
  2. Scientists are using pulsars to study extreme states of matter, search for planets beyond Earth’s solar system and measure cosmic distances
  3. Pulsars also could help scientists find gravitational waves, which could point the way to energetic cosmic events like collisions between supermassive black holes

[pib] Cauvery Tribunal Gets Six Months Extension


  1. Union Ministry of Water Resources, River Development, and Ganga Rejuvenation has extended the term of Cauvery Water Disputes Tribunal by six months upto May 02, 2018


  1. Cauvery is an inter‐State basin having its origin in Karnataka and flowing through Tamil Nadu and Puducherry before outfalling in the Bay of Bengal
  2. The sharing of waters of the Cauvery has been the source of a serious conflict between the states of Tamil Nadu and Karnataka.
  3. The genesis of this conflict rests in two agreements in 1892 and 1924 between the erstwhile Madras Presidency and Kingdom of Mysore.
  4. Government of India on June 02, 1990 constituted the Cauvery Water Disputes Tribunal (CWDT) to adjudicate the water dispute regarding inter‐state river Cauvery and the river valley thereof among the States of Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Kerala, and Puducherry

[pib] Deen Dayal SPARSH Yojana launched to promote philately


  1. It will be a Pan India scholarship program for school children called Deen Dayal SPARSH Yojana to increase the reach of Philately
  2. Under the scheme of SPARSH (Scholarship for Promotion of Aptitude & Research in Stamps as a Hobby), it is proposed to award annual scholarships to children of Standard VI to IX having good academic record and also pursuing Philately as a hobby through a competitive selection process in all postal circles
  3. To avail this scholarship, a child must be a student of a recognized school within India and the concerned school should have a Philately Club and the candidate should be a member of the Club
  4. In case the school Philately Club hasn’t been established a student having his own Philately Deposit Account will also be considered


  1. Philately is the hobby of collecting and study of Postage stamps
  2. It also entails the collection, appreciation and research activities on stamps and other related philatelic products
  3. The hobby of collecting Stamps includes seeking, locating, acquiring, organizing, cataloging, displaying, storing, and maintaining the stamps or related products in thematic areas
  4. Philately is called the king of hobbies because Stamp collection as a hobby has a lot of educational benefits – it teaches a lot about the socio-economic-political reality of the period in which the stamp is issued or the theme on which it is issued

[pib] Indian Air force contingent leaves for Israel to Participate in ‘Ex Blue Flag-’17


  1. A 45 member contingent of the Indian Air Force left for Israel to participate in exercise ‘Blue Flag-17’.
  2. Indian Air Force is participating with the C-130J special operations aircraft along with Garud commandos.
  3. The exercise would provide a platform for sharing of knowledge, combat experience and in improving operational capability of the participating nations


  1. Blue Flag is a bi-annual multilateral exercise which aims to strengthen military cooperation amongst participating nations
  2. Blue Flag is a military aviation exercise held by the Israeli Air Force
  3. The goal of the Blue Flag training exercise is to simulate extreme combat scenarios and coalition flights as realistically as possible
  4. In 2017 the exercise will host air forces from the United States of America, Poland, Italy and Greece – and for the first time India, France and Germany will participate as well

[pib] Exercise Indra-2017 Concluded in Vladivostok


  1. The Indo-Russian military Exercise ‘Indra-2017’ culminated today at Vladivostok after eleven days of joint training in counter-terrorism operations
  2. In the series of bilateral exercises under this banner, the exercise this year focused on conduct of counterinsurgency/counter-terrorism operations under United Nations mandate in a joint service environment


Exercise INDRA 2017

  1. Exercise INDRA-2017 was the first ever Tri-Services Joint Exercise between Indian and Russian Armed Forces
  2. Exercise INDRA in its previous nine avatars has been conducted as a single service exercise alternately between the two countries.
  3. The scope of the Exercise includes professional interactions, the establishment of joint command and control structures between the Indian & Russian forces and elimination of terrorist threat in a multinational environment under the UN mandate
  4. Exercise INDRA-2017 will strengthen mutual confidence, inter-operability and enable sharing of best practices between both the armed forces

[pib] North Eastern Council to be reoriented


  1. The North Eastern Council (NEC) will be reoriented and developed as a state-of-the-art resource center for the North Eastern States with necessary resources, knowledge, and skill to execute the innovative and strategic vision for the region.
  2. The NEC requires being reshaped after the identification of thrust areas and critical gaps in order to take up as many development initiatives as possible within the annual budgetary allocations

In future

The NEC will have the role of a visionary as well as a strategic leader for all the eight states of the region
Wherein it could lay down the roadmap for each of the separate States and areas based on specific requirements, specific attributes and specific needs.
Also take up the leading role of promoting the bamboo industry as well as food processing entrepreneurship.


North Eastern Council

  1. The North Eastern Council is the nodal agency for the economic and social development of the North Eastern Region which consists of the eight States of Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim, and Tripura
  2. The North Eastern Council was constituted in 1971 by an Act of Parliament with the intention to give special focus to the development of North Eastern Region

[pib] Project CHAMAN, likely to be completed by March 2018


  1. In order to provide strategic development to the horticulture sector, so as to increase farmers income, a pioneer project called CHAMAN, has been launched three years back by the Government.
  2. This project is being implemented by Mahalanobis is National Crop Forecast Centre (MNCFC) using remote sensing technology and is likely to be completed in March 2018

About the project

  1. CHAMAN is a pioneer project in which remote sensing technique is being used for strategic development of horticulture sector as also to increase the farmers’ income
  2. It gives methodology for preparing reliable estimates of horticulture crops
  3. Income of farmers will increase by growing selected crops in the high suitable areas identified under CHAMAN in the current Jhum /wastelands
  4. The Post-Harvest damages of farmers would be significantly reduced by creation of desired Post Harvest Infrastructures like cold storages etc. thereby increasing their income
  5. The Geo-Spatial Studies like crop intensification, orchard rejuvenation and aqua-horticulture would further help the farmers’ to grow their horticultural crops in a profitable manner which will help increasing their income


  1. India is the Second largest producer of Vegetables and Fruits in the world and is First in the production of Banana, Mango, Lime and Lemon, Papaya and Okra.

[pib] Bureau of Indian standards (BIS) Act 2016 brought into force


  1. A new Bureau of Indian standards (BIS) Act 2016 which was notified on 22nd March, 2016, has been brought into force with effect from 12th October, 2017

Salient features of the act

  1. The Act has enabling provisions for the Government to bring under compulsory certification regime any goods or article of any scheduled industry, process, system or service which it considers necessary in the public interest or for the protection of human, animal or plant health, safety of the environment, or prevention of unfair trade practices, or national security.
  2. Enabling provisions have also been made for making hallmarking of the precious metal articles mandatory.
  3. The new Act also allows multiple type of simplified conformity assessment schemes including self-declaration of conformity against a standard which will give simplified options to manufacturers to adhere to the standards and get certificate of conformity.
  4. The Act enables the Central Government to appoint any authority/agency, in addition to the BIS, to verify the conformity of products and services to a standard and issue certificate of conformity.
  5. Further, there is provision for repair or recall, including product liability of the products bearing Standard Mark but not conforming to the relevant Indian Standard.

[pib] Rural people to get affordable life insurance services


  1. Launching of  Sampoorna Bima Gram (SBG) Yojana and an initiative for expansion of clientele base of Postal Life Insurance


  1. To provide banking services through the postal network needs to be taken forward to provide affordable life insurance services to people living in rural areas of the country.
  2. At least one village (having a minimum of 100 households) will be identified in each of the revenue districts of the country, wherein endeavor will be made to cover all households of that identified village with a minimum of one RPLI (Rural Postal Life Insurance) policy each.
  3. Coverage of all households in the identified Sampoorna Bima Gram village


  1. PLI will no more be confined to Government and semi-Government employees, but will also be available to professionals such as Doctors, Engineers, Management Consultants, Charted Accountants, Architects, Lawyers, Bankers etc. and to employees of listed companies of NSE (National Stock Exchange) and BSE (Bombay Stock Exchange)
  2. The postal policies have low premium and high bonus, unlike the Private ones


Postal Life Insurance

  1. Postal Life Insurance (PLI), introduced in 1884, is one of the oldest life insurance schemes for benefit of Government and semi-Government employees.
  2. Rural Postal Life Insurance (RPLI), introduced on March 24, 1995, on recommendations of Malhotra Committee, provides insurance cover to people residing in rural areas, especially weaker sections and women living in rural areas.
  3. Low Premium and High Bonus is the unique feature of PLI and RPLI schemes

[pib] Cabinet approves SANKALP & STRIVE Schemes to boost Skill India Mission


  1. Approval of two new World Bank supported schemes – Skills Acquisition and Knowledge Awareness for Livelihood Promotion (SANKALP) and Skill Strengthening for Industrial Value Enhancement (STRIVE)


  1. for a national architecture for promoting convergence, ensuring effective governance and regulation of skill training and catalyzing industry efforts in vocational training space.
  2. To converge the efforts of various central, state and private sector institutions thereby avoiding duplication of activities and bringing about uniformity in vocational training thus, creating better impact


  1. The two schemes shall address this need by setting up national bodies for accreditation & certification which shall regulate accreditation and certification in both long and short-term Vocational Education and Training (VET)


  1. Institutional reforms and improving quality & market relevance of skill development training programs in long and short-term VET

Aligned with other schemes/programmes

  1. The schemes shall provide the required impetus to the National Skill Development Mission, 2015 and its various sub-missions
  2. The schemes are aligned to flagship Government of India programs such as Make in India and Swachhta Abhiyan and aim at developing globally competitive workforce for domestic and overseas requirements

[pib] Memorandum of Cooperation between India and Japan on establishing a Liquid, Flexible and Global LNG Market

  1. The MoC will promote bilateral relationship between India and Japan in the energy sector
  2. It will contribute to the diversification of gas supplies for India
  3. This will strengthen our energy security and lead to more competitive prices for consumers
  4. The MoC provides a framework to cooperate in facilitating flexibility in LNG contracts, abolition of Destination Restriction Clause


  1. India and Japan are major consumers of energy in the world.
  2. In the LNG sector, Japan is the world’s largest importer and India is the 4th largest importer.
  3. Under the Japan-India Energy Partnership Initiative signed in January 2016, the two sides had agreed to work together in promoting well-functioning energy markets and affirmed to promote a transparent and diversified Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) market through the relaxation of Destination Restriction Clause

[pib] India’s trade and investment relationship with Ethiopia is very strong, says President; symbolic of India’s commitment to African Continent

From the past

Trade relations between Ethiopia and India flourished during the ancient Axumite Empire from the 1st century AD


The President said,

  1. Today the economic relationship covers trade, private investment, concessional loans for infrastructure projects and development assistance, largely for capacity building.
  2. India is now among the top three foreign investors in Ethiopia.
  3. India’s relationship with Ethiopia is symbolic of its engagement with the African continent, of which Addis Ababa is such a vital hub.
  4. The Asia-Africa Growth Corridor is another initiative brimming with potential.

Development & Agreements

  1. Support for power transmission projects in Ethiopia, as well as specific assistance in the areas of healthcare, education and agriculture.
  2. The signing of two bilateral agreements –
  • The first on Trade Facilitation and,
  • The second related to the Information Communication and Media sector


Asia-Africa Growth Corridor

  1. The Asia-Africa Growth Corridor or AAGC is an economic cooperation agreement between the governments of India and Japan
  2. It aims for Indo-Japanese collaboration to develop quality infrastructure in Africa, complemented by digital connectivity, which would undertake the realization of the idea of creating free and open Indo-Pacific Region
  3. The AAGC will give priority to development projects in health and pharmaceuticals, agriculture and agro-processing, disaster management and skill enhancement
  4. Unlike OBOR, now BRI (Belt and Road Initiative), which entails development of both land corridor (new economic belt) and ocean (marine silk road), AAGC will essentially be a sea corridor
  5. It will be linking Africa with India and other countries of South-East Asia and Oceania by rediscovering ancient sea-routes and creating new sea corridors

[pib] Embryo Transfer Technology, a promising revolution in Bovine breeding

Revolution in bovine breeding

  1. Embryo transfer technology (ETT) has revolutionized the breeding strategies in Bovines as a tool to optimize the genetic improvement in cattle.
  2. Department of Animal husbandry, Dairying and Fisheries in co-operation with 12 States has undertaken a Mass Embryo Transfer programme in Indigenous Breeds under the scheme, National Mission on Bovine Productivity


For conservation and development of indigenous breeds under Rashtriya Gokul Mission


  1. a farmer can get a 5-6 fold increase in the number of offsprings
  2. the calves so born will be of high genetic merit and
  3. the offsprings born will be free from diseases


The technology now being taken up to the doorstep of the farmers will result in rapid propagation of high genetic merit indigenous cattle


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[pib] Cabinet approves the Extradition Treaty between India and Lithuania


  1. The Union Cabinet has given its approval for the signing and ratification of the Extradition Treaty between India and Lithuania
  2. The Treaty would provide a legal framework for seeking extradition of terrorists, economic offenders and other criminals from and to Lithuania
  3. The Treaty would help in extradition of fugitive criminals including terrorists for criminal prosecutions from Lithuania who may have committed crimes against India


Extradition Treaty

  1. Through the extradition process, one sovereign jurisdiction typically makes a formal request to another sovereign jurisdiction (“the requested state”) to deliver a person who has been accused of committing a crime in their jurisdiction.
  2. If the fugitive is found within the territory of the requested state, then the requested state may arrest the fugitive and subject him or her to its extradition process.
  3. The consensus in international law is that a state does not have any obligation to surrender an alleged criminal to a foreign state because one principle of sovereignty is that every state has legal authority over the people within its borders.

[pib] One million children saved, says a new study published in the Lancet

  1. India has avoided about 1 million (10 lakh) deaths of children under age five since 2005, owing to the significant reductions in mortality from pneumonia, diarrhea, neonatal infections and birth asphyxia/trauma, measles, and tetanus, according to study published in the latest issue of The Lancet
  2. The ‘India’s Million Death Study’, implemented by the Registrar General of India, is the first study to directly quantify changes in cause-specific child deaths in India, nationally and sub-nationally, from 2000-15 among randomly selected homes
  3. The study states that mortality rate (per 1000 live births) fell in neonates from 45 in 2000 to 27 in 2015 (3.3% annual decline) and 1-59 month mortality rate fell from 45.2 in 2000 to 19.6 in 2015 (5.4% annual decline)

[pib] All cities and towns in five more States declared Open Defecation Free

  1. Five more States viz., Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Chattisgarh, Jharkhand and Haryana have reached the milestone of making all cities and towns ‘Open Defecation Free’.
  2. This was announced on the culmination of “Swachhata Hi Seva” campaign that the MDWS had organized in response to the clarion call given by the Prime Minister to citizens of India to contribute to the improvement of sanitation status in the country in the run-up to Gandhi Jayanti.

[pib] President Appoints Commission to Examine Sub Categorization of other Backward Classes under Article 340 of the Constitution


  1. The President in the exercise of the powers conferred by article 340 of the Constitution appointed a Commission to examine the sub-categorization of Other Backward Classes.
  2. The terms of reference of the Commission are as under:
  • to examine the extent of inequitable distribution of benefits of reservation among the castes or communities included in the broad category of Other Backward Classes with reference to such classes included in the Central List;
  • to work out the mechanism, criteria, norms and parameters in a scientific approach for sub-categorisation within such Other Backward Classes; and
  • to take up the exercise of identifying the respective castes or communities or sub-castes or synonyms in the Central List of Other Backward Classes and classifying them into their respective sub-categories.

3. On receipt of the Report of the Commission, the Central Government will consider ways and means for equitable distribution of the benefits of the reservation in Central Government jobs and admission in Central Government Institutions amongst all strata of the Other Backward Classes.


Article 340

Appointment of a Commission to investigate the conditions of backward classes

(1) The President may by order appoint a Commission consisting of such persons as he thinks fit to investigate the conditions of socially and educationally backward classes within the territory of India and the difficulties under which they labour and to make recommendations as to the steps that should be taken by the Union or any State to remove such difficulties and to improve their condition and as to the grants that should be made for the purpose

Indra Sawhney vs Union Of India judgment on 16 November 1992

  1. To assuage the anti-reservation protesters, the P V Narasimha Rao government in 1991 introduced a 10% quota for the “economically backward sections” among the forward castes.
  2. The Supreme Court struck this down in the Indra Sawhney vs Union of India case, where it held that the Constitution recognised only social and educational — and not economic — backwardness.
  3. The apex court, however, held reservation for OBCs as valid and directed that the creamy layer of OBC (those earning over a specified income) should not avail reservation facilities.
  4. The overall reservation for SCs, STs and OBCs was capped at 50%. Based on the order, the central government reserved 27% of seats in union civil posts and services, to be filled through direct recruitment, for OBCs. The quotas were subsequently enforced in central government educational institutions.

[pib] Know about Improvement in breed of Cattles


The newscard is about improvement in production of cattle and thereby in milk production. Few takeaways are as follows:

Prelims Level: Make note of the programmes that had been launched to improve milk production and their respective aims.

Mains Level: The points may be used for Mains answer

  1. Milk production increased by 6.27% per annum during last three years
  2. Following programmes had been launched to boost supply:
  • Rashtriya Gokul Mission: aim of development and conservation of indigenous breeds
  • National Mission on Bovine Productivity: for enhancing milk production and productivity of bovine population in the country through extension of Artificial Insemination (AI) coverage
  • National Dairy Plan-I: World Bank assisted project being implemented in 18 major dairy States with aim of enhancing milk production and productivity to meet demand of milk in the country through strengthening of semen stations; bull production programme (progeny testing and pedigree selection), ration balancing programme etc.  
  • Breed Improvement Institutes

[pib] What is NISAR?


A Prelims Tit-bit. Remember the full form of NISAR and the special technique employed

Context: ISRO and NASA are working towards realisation of NASA-ISRO Synthetic Aperture Radar (NISAR) mission by 2021

Plan of Action:

After the launch in 2021, the plan of action includes

  • calibration of instruments & validation of data products;
  • development of science acquisition plan;
  • development of data processing procedures & applications;
  • conduct of outreach activities in research institutes & academia

Special feature: NISAR employs a futuristic SweepSAR technique

[pib] Know about Desi Global Positioning System


The newscard has information on the GPS system of India. Few takeaways are as follows:

Prelims Level: Make note of the name and agencies involved, and the aim and purpose

Mains Level: Not much mains worthy

Context: ISRO has deployed an indigenous regional positioning system named as “Navigation with Indian Constellation” (NavIC)

Positioning: It consists of seven satellites in a constellation


  1. To provide Position, Navigation and Timing (PNT) services in Indian mainland and surrounding region up to 1500 Km
  2. It provides two types of services viz. Standard Positioning Service (SPS) and Restricted Service (RS)
  3. For providing signal in space enabling position, navigation and timing information and it can support commercial civil applications
  4. Mobile-Apps for navigational alerts across maritime jurisdictions is developed and tested for the Fishermen community using first generation NavIC receivers

[pib] Know about BRICS-ARP


The newscard has details on BRICS-ARP. Make note of the details for your Prelims specially.

Prelims Level: Make note of BRICS-ARP

Mains Level: Read the points so that they can be used in your mains answer

When?  During the 7th BRICS Summit held on 9th July 2015 at Ufa in Russia

Who proposed? Indian Prime Minister Shri Modi proposed to establish BRICS Agriculture Research Centre

Proposal: The Centre will promote sustainable agricultural development and poverty alleviation through strategic cooperation in agriculture to provide food security in the BRICS member countries.


  1. To intensify cooperation among BRICS countries in agricultural research policy, science and technology, innovation and capacity building, including technologies for smallholder farming in the BRICS countries
  2. Proposal for the establishment of the Agricultural Research Platform was signed by the foreign Ministers of BRICS countries in the 8th BRICS Summit held on 16th October, 2016 at Goa
  3. BRICS-ARP will be the natural global platform for science-led agriculture-based sustainable development for addressing the issues of world hunger, under-nutrition, poverty and inequality, particularly between farmers’ and non-farmers’ income, and enhancing agricultural trade, bio-security and climate resilient agriculture

[pib] What is Cloud Observatory?


The newscard has details on Cloud Observatory. Some takeaways:

Prelims Level: Remember the place where the observatory has been set up, and the purpose. UPSC might question on these.

Mains Level: Not much Mains worthy   


  1. A high altitude cloud physics observatory has been established at Munnar (Kerala), in Western Ghats
  2. The region which is gateway for the monsoon of India


  1. High altitude cloud physics observatory is used to observe cloud and rain processes over that region with state of the art observations
  2. Such facility will enable understanding of rainfall distribution and will allow better characterization of rainfall processes in the numerical models used for prediction of monsoon rainfall
  3. It is expected that long term monitoring of cloud and rainfall processes will enable accurate representation of cloud micro-physical process in forecast models to improve over all skill of rainfall prediction for severe weather phenomena viz, heavy rainfall, thunderstorm etc., not only over Kerala but for the whole country

[pib] Know about NMEM


The newscard has information on National Electric Mobility Mission Plan 2020. Few takeaways are:

Prelims Level: Make note of the Plan 2020, its aim, and about FAME for your Prelims.

Mains Level: Not much Mains worthy

National Electric Mobility Mission Plan 2020:

  1. It was unveiled in 2013
  2. This Mission Plan has been designed mainly considering the Fuel Security and Environmental Pollution in the country


  1. To promote electric mobility in the country
  2. NMEM aims for a cumulative fuel saving of about 9500 million litres
  3. This results in reduction of pollution and greenhouse gas emission of 2 million tonnes with targeted market penetration of 6-7 million vehicles by 2020


  1. As part of this mission, Department of Heavy Industry formulated a scheme namely FAME -India [Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of (Hybrid &) Electric Vehicles in India]
  2. The overall scheme is proposed to be implemented over a period of 6 years, till 2020
  3. It is intended to support the hybrid/electric vehicles market development and its manufacturing eco-system to achieve self-sustenance at the end of the stipulated period
  4. The scheme is one of the green initiatives of the Government of India
  5. It will be one of the biggest contributors in reducing pollution from road transport sector in near future
  6. The scheme has 4 focus areas i.e. Technology Development, Demand Creation, Pilot Projects and Charging Infrastructure

[pib] Know about Sagar Vani


This newscard is about Sagar Vani. Few takeaways from this are:

Prelims Level: Note down what is Sagar Vani and its importance. Also make note of how it is an achievement for India.

Mains Level: Not very important for Mains.

Who? Ministry of Earth Sciences

What is INCOIS?

  1. ESSO-Indian National Centre for Ocean Information Services (INCOIS) provides ocean information services for the benefit of various user communities in the country
  2. The services are more fruitfully utilized when the advisories reaches the end user in timely manner and in user readable format

Sagar Vani

  1. An Integrated Information Dissemination System (IDS) named “SAGAR VANI” has been developed
  2. It is a software platform where various dissemination modes will be integrated on a single central server
  3. Developer: ESSO-INCOIS through the Industry M/s. Gaian Solutions Pvt. Ltd.
  4. It includes Multi Lingual SMS, Voice Call / Audio Advisory, Mobile Apps (User / Admin modules), Social Media (Facebook, Twitter, etc.), Email, GTS, Fax, Digital Display Boards, Radio / Television broadcast units, IVRS, Cloud Channels, etc.

The ‘Big thing’

  1. The system compares with the most advanced countries’ services in terms of speed of delivery, omni channel capabilities and diverseness of services
  2. With this system, the services will be disseminated in local languages using advanced artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities
  3. For the first time in India, we are also using the power of television and cable network mediums for topical and alert dissemination services


The ‘Sagar Vani’ will serve the coastal community, especially the fishermen community with the advisories and alerts towards their livelihood as well as their safety at Sea


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