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The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, today dedicated to the nation, the Centre for Nano Science Engineering at the Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru.

Pm Modi at Indian Institute of Science, NANO SCIENCE N ENGNINEERING in Bengaluru (4) He later visited the Centre, which is considered to be the most sophisticated and comprehensive cluster of micro and nano-tech laboratories in India, benchmarked against the best in the world. The Centre is designed to provide research and technology leadership in the areas of nano-electronics and nanotechnology, which is key to the 'Make in India' initiative, in the field of electronics.

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Pm Modi at Indian Institute of Science, NANO SCIENCE N ENGNINEERING in Bengaluru (8)The Prime Minister unveiled the foundation stone of the Centre for Brain Research at IISc. This is being established as an autonomous centre of IISc.

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The Prime Minister witnessed the signing of an MoU between ONGC and M/s Super Wave Technology Pvt Ltd. The MoU envisages development of new technology for drilling of oil and gas.

Pm Modi at Indian Institute of Science, NANO SCIENCE N ENGNINEERING in Bengaluru (6) Union Ministers Shri Sadananda Gowda, Shri Ananth Kumar, and Shri Dharmendra Pradhan were present.

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The Prime Minister was given an overview of the research activities being carried out at IISc. He took keen interest in initiatives in areas such as solar energy, water management, agriculture and enquired about collaborations between IISc and other institutes.

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King Chilli ‘Raja Mircha’ from Nagaland exported to London for the first time
July 28, 2021
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In a major boost to exports of Geographical Indications (GI) products from the north-eastern region, a consignment of ‘Raja Mircha’ also referred as king chilli from Nagaland was today exported to London via Guwahati by air for the first time.

The consignment of King Chilli also considered as world’s hottest based on the Scoville Heat Units (SHUs). The consignment was sourced from Tening, part of Peren district, Nagaland and was packed at APEDA assisted packhouse at Guwahati. 

The chilli from Nagaland is also referred as Bhoot Jolokia and Ghost pepper. It got GI certification in 2008.

APEDA in collaboration with the Nagaland State Agricultural Marketing Board (NSAMB), coordinated the first export consignment of fresh King Chilli. APEDA had coordinated with NSAMB in sending samples for laboratory testing in June and July 2021 and the results were encouraging as it is grown organically.

Exporting fresh King Chilli posed a challenge because of its highly perishable nature.

Nagaland King Chilli belongs to genus Capsicum of family Solanaceae. Naga king chilli has been considered as the world’s hottest chilli and is constantly on the top five in the list of the world's hottest chilies based on the SHUs.

APEDA would continue to focus on the north eastern region and has been carrying out promotional activities to bring the North-Eastern states on the export map. In 2021, APEDA has facilitated exports of Jackfruits from Tripura to London and Germany, Assam Lemon to London, Red rice of Assam to the United States and Leteku ‘Burmese Grape’ to Dubai.