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AWARDS Awards and their fields First award receivers from 2015 india awards list 2015 international awards Some important awards in the world

SPACE RESEARCH & DEFENCE Space centers in india Indian space research organization Other organizations Famous indian missiles Important defence exercises between india & world


AWARDS AND THEIR FIELDS 1. Grammy – Music 2. Tansen Award- Music 3. Magsaysay Award- Public Service, Leadership, Journalism, Literature and creative arts and international understanding 4. Man Booker prize: Authors of Novels

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5. Pulitzer – Journalism and Literature 6. Bowelay – Agriculture 7. Right Livelihood Award: Field of environment and social justics 8. Kalinga – Science 9. Dhanwantri – Medical science 10. Bhatnagar – Science 11. Nobel prize – , Literature, Economics, Physics, Chemistry, Medical science 12. - Civilian or Military Personnel 13. Ashok Chakra: Civilians 14. Param - Military 15. Abel-Maths 16. Kalidas Samman- Classical Music, Classical Dance and Arts 17. Vyas Samman- Literature 18. Merlin-Magic 19. -Art, Science, Public services, Sports 20. Bhartiya Jnanpeeth Award: Literary 21. Award: Literary 22. Dhanvantri Award: Medical Sciences 23. R.D. Birla Award: Medical sciences 24. Lenin Peace Prize: Peace and Friendship 25. Juliet Curie Award: Peace 26. - Books in Indian Languages and Ebnglish 27. Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar Award- Science and Technology 28. Sangeet-Natak Akademi Award- Music, dance and Drama 29. Lalit Kala Akademi Award- Arts Sports Awards 30. Rajiv Khel Ratna: Players 31. : Sports coaches 32. - Sports 33. Ekalavya Award- Sports 34. Kolanka Cup- Ekalavya Award- Sports 35. : Sport 36. Maharaja Ranjit Singh- Ekalavya Award- Sports Film Awards 37. Oscar – Film 38. Dada sahib phalke – Film 39. BAFTA Awards- Television, Films, Video Games and Animation 40. 41. Nandi Awards

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42. cinema Awards 43. Awards 44. SIIMA Awards 45. Sun Kudumbam Awards 46. Santhosham Awards 47.


1. First women from India to win a Nobel prize - , peace prize in 1979 2. First woman to receive Bharat Ratna - in 1971 3. First recipient of Jnanpith award - G Sankara Kurup, for Odakkuzhal (Flute) in 4. First woman to win the Jnanpith award - Asha Purna Devi 1976 for her work Pratham Pratisruti in Bengali 5. First Indians to win Bharat Ratna - Dr. S. Radhakrishnan, C. Rajagopalachari, Dr. C. V. Raman in 1954 6. First Indian to win Nobel Prize in Literature - 7. First Indian to win two Oscar Awards - A. R. 8. First Indian to win an Oscar in the technical category - 9. First Indian to win booker Prize - roy in 1997 for 'The God of Small Things' 10. First Indian woman to win a Pulizer Prize -Jhumpa Lahiri in 2000 11. First Indian to win Award - in 1970 12. First Indian Oscar winner - Bhanu Athaiya, for best costume design for the film 'Gandhi' in 1982 13. First Indian Oscar nomination for Best Foreign Language Film - Mother India, 1957 14. First Indian Olympic team medal - gold for Hockey, at Amsterdam beating the Netherlands in 1928 15. Winner of first Indian Olympic Individual medal - K. D. Jadhav, Bronze in at Helsinki in 1952

2015 India Awards List  24th Vyaas Samman : 2014-Dr. Kishore (Premchand ki Kahaniyon ka Kaal Kramanusaar Adhyayan)  Khel Ratna Award 2015- Sania  G D Birla Award for Scientific Research - Sanjeev Galande  Best Practice under BBBP scheme - Digital Guddi-Gudda Board

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 28th Moorthidevi Award - Vishwanath Tripati ( Book :Vyomkesh Darvesh)  UN Public Service Award -Nadia District in  Sangitha Kalanidhi Award 2015 - Sanjay Subrahmanyam  Pritiman Sarkar Award 2014-15 - Jodhpur Film Society  46th Dada Saheb Phalke award -  RedInk Lifetime Achievement Award 2015 -Prannoy Roy  Pandit Dinanath Mangeshkar Award 2015 -Anil Kapoor  Dadasaheb Phalke Film Foundation Award 2015- Rukh  fbb 2015 -  Bharat Ratna 2015 -, Madan Mohan Malavya  2014 -ISRO  Rashtriya Samman for the year 2012-13 - Samman 2014 -  Jnanpith Award 2014 -  Laadli Voice of the award -

2015 International Awards

 2015 SASTRA Ramanujan Prize - Dr. Jacob Tsimerman ()  PATWA 2015 Award(Pacific Area Travel Writers Association)- D Parulekar( Minister)  2014 National Humanities Medal of -Jhumpa Lahiri  2015 Ramanujan Prize- Dr. Amalendu (India)  Sunhak Peace Prize 2015 - Dr Modadugu Vijay (India)  Cross of Order of the Merit Award of -Raghavendra Gadagkar (India)  2015 Wimbeldon men's singles- Novak Djokovic  FIFA 2015 Women's World Cup - USA (Venue:Canada)  2015 Copa America Cup Football - Chile  2015 South Asian Basket Ball Championship -India  World Agriculture Prize 2015 - R Paul Singh (Indian American Professor)  World Food Prize 2015 - Fazel Hazen Abed ()  19th Commonwealth Championship - (India)  2015 British Grand Prix of F1 - Lewis Hamilton (Britain)  2015 - (Bulgaria)  Best Welfare Organisation of the Year-2015-NUSI (India's trade union)  2015 FIFA U-20 World Cup - Serbia  Austrian Grand Prix of F1 -2015 - Nico Rosberg (Germany)  2015 UEFA Champions League - FC Barcelona  India winner of ' Fukuoka Prize 2015 - (India)

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 Japan’s highest civilian award 'Order of the Rising Sun, Gold and Silver Star’ -C.N.R. Rao  Friends of Bangladesh Liberation War Award -Atal Bihari Vajpayee  2015 Baileys Women's Prize for Fiction- Smith (UK)  2015 Man Booker International Prize -Laszlo Krasznahorkai(Hungary)  2015 UNESCO/Guillermo Cano World Press Freedom Prize -Mazen Darwish  2015 Commonwealth Short Story Prize for Asia region - Siddhartha Gigoo (Novelist)  honoured with Officier de la Légion d’Honneur by French Government  2015 Heinz Award -Sangeeta Bhatia  White House Champions of Change- Nadella  Golden Peacock National Quality Award 2015 - International Airport  2014 Encore Award - Neel Mukherjee  Abel Prize 2015 - John Nash  Knight of the Order of Arts and Letters of 2015 - Bharti Kher (Artist)  Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement 2015 - ,Dr. Jane Lubchenco  2015 Stockholm Water Prize Laureate -Rajendra Singh (India)  Charleston-EFG John Maynard Keynes Prize 2015 -  Miss Universe 2014 -Miss Colombia Paulina Vega  Governor of the Year Award 2015 -Raghuram Rajan  2015 Avicenna Prize (for ethics in Science by UNESCO)- Dr. Zaabta Khan Shinwari ()

Awards List - Part I International Gandhi Peace Prize a) The launched the International Gandhi Peace Prize in 1995 on the occasion of the 125th birth anniversary of Mohandas Gandhi. b) This award given to individuals and institutions for their contributions towards social, economic and political transformation through non-violence and other Gandhian methods. c) The first awardee of this prize was . d) In 2014, this award was given to ISRO i.e. Indian Space Research Organization.

Indira Gandhi Peace Prize a) The Indira Gandhi Peace Prize or the for Peace, Disarmament and Development is accorded annually by India to individuals or organizations in recognition of creative efforts toward promoting international peace, development and a new international economic order; ensuring that scientific discoveries are used for the larger good of humanity, and enlarging the scope of freedom.

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UNIQUE IAS ACADEMY-GENERAL AWARENESS-6 b) It was firstly awarded in 1986 to Parliamentarians for Global Action. PGA is a non-profit, non-partisan international network of committed legislators, informs and mobilizes parliamentarians in all regions of the world to advocate for human rights and the rule of law, democracy, human security, non-discrimination, and gender equality. c) The first person to be awarded this award was in 1987, he was awarded. d) In 2014, Indian Space Research Organisation was awarded with this award. Civilian Awards Bharat Ratna, Padma Vubhushan, and are the various civilian awards. Bharat Ratna a) It is the premier civilian award, to serve the nation. b) The various fields are scientific achievements literary, scientific accomplishment, as well as the gratitude of community service of the highest category. From 2011, the Prime Minister and the Home Minister of India changed the qualified criterion to permit sportsmen for receiving the award. c) This was first given to C. Rajagopalachari, & C. V. Raman in 1954. d) In 2015, this was given to (posthumous) & Atal Bihari Vajpayee.

Padma Vubhushan a) Ranking wise the second award is the in the Indian Republic. It awarded people from various fields including government service to distinguish extraordinary service for the country. b) It was firstly awarded to , , Balasaheb Gangadhar Kher, Jigme Dorji Wangchuk, Nand Bose, V. K. Krishna Menon in 1954. c) In 2015 it was awarded to, L. K. Advani, , , , , , M.R. Srinivasan, Kottayan Katankot Venugopal & IV. Padma Bhushan a) The Padma Bhushan is the highest civilian award third in rank in the Indian Republic,and comes after the Bharat Ratna and the Padma Vibhushan. The launched this award on 2nd January 1954. b) In 1954, 23 were given Padma Bhushan and in 2015, 20 were given Padma Bhushan award. Padma Shri a) Padma Shri or Padmashree is the fourth award high in order in the Indian Republic, after the Bharat Ratna, the Padma Vibhushan and the Padma Bhushan. b) It is awarded by the Government of India. c) It is awarded to citizens of India for their distinguished contribution in several fields including Education, Literature, Arts, Science, Industry, Social Service, Medicine, Sports and Public Affairs.

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UNIQUE IAS ACADEMY-GENERAL AWARENESS-6 d) In 1954, 18 were given Padma Shri award and in 2015, 75 were selected for Padma Shri award.

Sports Awards

Dronacharya Award a) Instituted in 1985, the Dronacharya Award is presented by the Indian Government for brilliance in sports coaching. b) This was first given to O.M. Nambiar, Om Prakash Bhardwaj & Bhalchandra Bhaskar Bhagwat. In 2014, this was given to Jose Jacob & N.Lingappa. a) The Dhyan Chand Award is the highest lifetime achievement award in sports and games in India and is presented by the Indian Government. b) It was initiated in 2002. c) It was firstly given to Aparna Ghosh, Ashok Diwan & Shahuraj Birajdar. In 2015, this was given to Romeo James, Shiv Prakash & T.P.P.Nair. a) In India, the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award is the highest honor given for accomplishment in sports. b) The award was initiated in 1991-92 to offer a highest national tribute in the field of sports. c) It was first given in 1991-92 to & in 2014-15, it is given to . Literary Awards Jnanpith Award: It is presented by the Bharatiya Jnanpith, a trust founded by the publishers of the . The award was instituted in 1961, and its first recipient, in 1965, was the Malayalam writer G. Sankara Kurup. For the year 2014, it was awarded to Bhalchandra Nemade. Vyas Samman: First awarded in 1991, it is awarded annually by the K.K. Birla Foundation. To be eligible for the award, the literary work must be in the language and have been published in the past 10 years. In 1991, it was given to Dr. & for the year 2014 it was given to Kamal Kishore Goyenka. Saraswati Samman: for outstanding prose or poetry literary works in any Indian language listed in Schedule VIII of the . Instituted in 1991 by the K. K. Birla Foundation. In 1991, it was given to & for the year 2014, Veerappa Moily was awarded with this award. Awards List - Final Part Important Gallantry Awards :

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It is the highest decoration of valour awarded for the most conspicuous bravery or some daring or prominent act of valour or self- in the presence of the enemy on land, sea or air. The first awardee of this award was . : It is the second highest decoration. It is awarded for acts of conspicuous gallantry in the presence of the enemy, whether on land, at sea or in the air. The first awardee of this award this was Dewan Ranjit Rai. VIR CHAKRA : It is the third in the order of awards for acts of gallantry in the face of the enemy on land,sea or air. The first awardee of this award this was Nadikerianda Bheemaiah. ASHOK CHAKRA: Awarded for the most conspicuous bravery or some daring act of valour or self-sacrifice on land, at sea or in the air. The first awardees of this were Naik Nar Bahadur Thapa, Bachittar Singh, Flt Lt Suhas Biswas.

Some Important Awards in the World Awards and Honours Prize Field Nobel Prize Peace, Literature, Medicine, Physics, Chemistry (From 1901) and Economics (From 1969) Pulitzer Prize Journalism (From 1917) Academy (Oscar) Awards Film (From 1929) Booker Prize Literature (From 1929) Grammy Award Music (From 1958) Ramon Magasaysay Award Government (Public) Service, Social Service, Journalism, Literature, Communication and International Understanding (From 1957) Bourlog Award Agriculture (From 1992)

Some Important Awards in the India

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Dada Saheb Phalke Award Film (From 1969) Jnanpith Award Literature (From 1965) Saraswati Samman Literature (From 1991) Vachaspati Samman Literature (From 1992) Shankar Award , Culture and Art Samman Literature Kabir Samman Socio – communal Harmony Dronacharya Award Sports Coaching/Training (From 1985) Arjuna Award Sports (From 1961) Kalinga Award Science (From 1952)

First Awardees..

1. Firsts in India (Male)

1. First Indian to get Bharat Ratna Award: Dr. S. Radhakrishnan 2. First Indian to get Jnanpeeth Award: G. Shankar Kurup 3. First Person to get Paramvir Chakra : Somnath Sharma 4. First Indian Scientist to get Nobel Prize: C.V. Raman (Physics) 5. First Scientist of Indian origin, to get Nobel : Dr. Hargovind Khurana Prize in the field of Medical Science 6. First Scientist of Indian origin to win Nobel : Subrahmanium Chandrashekhar Prize in Physics 7. First Indian to win Magsayasay Award : Acharya (1958) 8. First foreign recipient of Bharat Ratna : Khan Abdul Gaffar Khan 9. First Indian recipient of Nobel Prize in Economics : Dr. Amartya Sen

2. Firsts in Indian (Female)

1. First Woman to get Ashok Chakra: Nirja Bhanot 2. First Indian Woman to get the Noble Prize : Mother Teresa (1979) 3. First Indian Woman to get Bharat Ratna : Smt. Indira Gandhi 4. First Woman to get Jnanpith Award : Ashapurna Devi 5. First Indian Woman to win the Booker Prize : 6. First Woman Musician to get ‘Bharat Ratna’ : M.S. Subbulakshmi

3. Firsts in the world (Male & Female)

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1. First man to win Nobel Prize for Literature: Rena F.A. & Sulli Pradhom (France) 2. First man to win Nobel Prize for Peace: Jin F. Dunant (Switzerland) & Frederic Peiry (France) 3. First man to win Nobel Prize for Physics: W.K. Roentgen (Germany) 4. First man to win Nobel Prize for Chemistry:J.H. Wenthoff (Howlland) 5. First man to win Nobel Prize for Medicine: A.E. Wonn Behrig (Germany) 6. First man to win Nobel Prize for Economics: Rangar Fish (Norway) & John Tinbergen (Holland)


At present, Space Research Centres are located in our country as per the following details: * Sarabhai Space Centre, * Liquid Propulsion Systems Centre, Thiruvanthapuram, Mahendragiri, * ISRO Inertial Systems Unit, Thiruvananthapuram * Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology, Thiruvananthapuram * ISRO Satellite Centre, Bangalore * Laboratory for Electro-optic Systems, Bangalore * ISRO Telemetry, Tracking and Command Network Centre, Bangalore and * INSAT Master Control Facility, Hassan in and Bhopal in * Space Centre, Shriharikota, * National Atmospheric Research Laboratory, Gadanki, Andhra Pradesh * Space Application Centre, * Development and Educational Communication Unit, Ahmedabad * Physical Research Laboratory, Ahmedabad * National Remote Sensing Centre, , , Jodhpur, , Kharagpur and Bangalore. INDIAN SPACE RESEARCH ORGANIZATION Indian space research organization (ISRO), set up in 1969 at Ahmedabad with Prof. as chairman is the apex body to provide guidelines, formulate policies and monitor implementation of the national space policy. OTHER ORGANIZATIONS (i) Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre (VSSC)- VSSC at Thiruvananhapuram is the head center for the development of satellite launch vehicles and associated technology. (ii) ISRO Satellite Centre (ISAC)- ISAC at Banglore is the lead center for developing satellite technology and implementation of satellite system for scientific technological and applications missions. (iii) Satish Dhawan Space Centre (SDSC) SHAR- SDSC SHAR is the main launch center of ISRO and has facilities for solid propellant casting, static testing of solid motors, launch vehicles

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UNIQUE IAS ACADEMY-GENERAL AWARENESS-6 integration and launch operations, range operation comprising telemetry tracking and command network and mission control center. (iv) Liquid Propulsion System Centre (LPSC) – LPSC is the lead centre in development of liquid and cryogenic propulsion for launch vehicles and satellites. (v) Space Applications Centre (SAC)- SAC at Ahmedabad is engaged in the development of pay loads for communication, meteorological and remote sensing satellites. (vi) Development and Educational Communication- Unit (DECU)- DECU at Ahmedabad is involved in the conception, definition, planning, implementation and socio-economic evaluation of innovative configuration for space applications. (vii) ISRO Telemetry, Tracking and Command- Network (ISTRAC)- ISTRAC provides mission support to low-earth orbit satellites as well as launch vehicle missions. (viii) Master Control Facility- MCF at Hassan in Karnataka and Bhopal in Madhya Pradesh monitors and controls all the geo-stationary satellites of ISRO. (ix) ISRO inertial system Unit (IISU)- IISU at Thiruvanathpuram carries out resource and development in inertial sensors and systems. (x) National Remote Sensing Agency (NRSA) – NRSA at Hyderabad is an autonomous institution under DOS. The agency is responsible for satellite data acquisition and processing data dissemination, aerial remote sensing and decision support for disaster management. (xi) Physical Research Laboratory (PRL)- PRL at Ahmedabad, is an autonomous institution supported mainly by DOS. It is premier institute for multi-disciplinary research in astronomy and astrophysics, earth sciences, planetary sciences, space sciences and basic science. (xii) National Atmospheric Research Laboratory (NARL)- NARL at Gadanki near Tirupati is an autonomous society supported by DOS. It is a premier centre for atmospheric research facilities like Mesosphere, Stratospheretroposphere radar, LIDAR etc. (xiii) Regional Remote Sensing Service Centres – (PRSSC) – Five PRSSCs have been established by the DOS at Banglore, Jodhpur, Kharagpur, Dehradun and Nagpur. PRSSCs support the various remote sensing tasks specific to their regions as well as at the national level. (xiv) North Eastern – Space Application Centre (NE SAC)- NE-SAC, located at Shillong, is a joint initiatives of DOS and North Eastern Council to provide development support to the North Eastern region using space science and technology. (xv) Antrix Corporation Limited – The Antrix Corporation Limited, Banglore is the apex marketing agency under DOS with access to resources of DOS as well as Indian space industries. (xvi) Semi-Conductor Laboratory (SCL)- SCL is entrusted with design and development of very large scale integration ( VLSI) devices and development of systems for telecommunications and space sectors.

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SURFACE TO SURFACE MISSILES: • Prithvi-I: (Range: 150 km, Payload: 1000 kg, User: Army) • Prithvi-II: (Range: 250 km - 350 km, Payload: 500 kg - 1000 kg, User: Air Force, Army) • Prithvi-III: (Range: 350 km - 600 km, Payload: 250 kg - 500 kg, User: Army, Air Force, Navy) • Agni-I: (Range: 700 – 1,200 km, Type: Medium Range Ballistic Missile (MRBM), User: Army, Air Force)

INTERMEDIATE RANGE BALLISTIC MISSILES (MRBM): • Agni-II: (Range: 2,000 – 2,500 km, User: Army, Air Force) • Agni-III: (Range: 3,000 – 5,000 km, User: Army, Air Force) • Agni-IV: (Range: 2,500 – 3,700 km, User: Army, Air Force) INTERCONTINENTAL BALLISTIC MISSILES (ICBM): • Agni-V: (Range: 5,000 – 8,000 km, User: Army, Air Force) • Agni-VI: (Range: 8,000 – 10,000 km, User: Army, Air Force) A FEW MORE IN THEE LIST ARE AS FOLLOWS: • K-15: (Range: 750 km, Weight: 10 tonne, Warhead: 1 tonne, length: 10 m) • K-4: (Range: 3,500-5,000 km, Weight: 17 tonnes, Warhead: 1 tonne - 2.5 tonnes, length: 10 m) • K-5: (Range: 6,000 km, Weight: Unspecified, Warhead: 1 tonne, length: Unspecified) • BrahMos: (Type: Supersonic, Range: 290 km, Status: Inducted) • Shaurya; (Type: Hypersonic, Range: 1000-1800 Km, Status: Inducted) • SRSAM; (Type: Hypersonic, Range: 15 Km, Status: Inducted) • Pinaka

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(Range: 40 km, Status: Inducted) • Nag: (Range: 4km, Status: Induction) • Akash: (Range: 30 Km , Status: Inducted) • MRSAM: (Range: 70 km, Used: Air force)

SOME OTHER INDIAN MISSILES THAT ARE EITHER IN DEVELOPMENT PHASE OR IN TESTING PHASE ARE: .• BrahMos-2: (Type: Hypersonic, Range: 290 km, Status: In development) • Long-Range Cruise Missile (LRCM): (Type: Supersonic, Range: 1000 km, Status: In development) • Pinaka 2: (Range: 120 km, Status: Design Phase) • Nag 2: (Range: 7 km, Status: In development) • Akash MK2: (Range: 45 -50 KM, Status: In development) • Astra missile Mk2: (Range: 100-120 km, Status: Design Phase) • Phase-II: (Status: In design Phase) • Prahaar: (Range: 150 KM, Status: In Test Phase) • Astra: (Range: 80 km, Status: In Trail Phase) • Helina: (Range: 7Km, Status: In Test Phase) • LRSAM: (Range: 70 Km, Status: testing phase) • Trishul: (Range: 8-12 Km, Status: Closed)

Important Defence Exercises between India & World Garuda: India-France Hand-Hand: India-China : India-Russia

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JimexIndia-Japan Malbar: Us-India Shade: Naval Forces Of India, Japan And China Surya Kiran: India And Varuna: France And India Simbex: With Republic Of Singapore Navy Ibsamar: India with And South African Navy Konkan: Indian Navy and Royal Navy Of Britain Ausindex: Indian & Australian Navy Indradhanush Or Rainbow: India-Uk Air Exercises Nomadic Elephant: Exercises with Mongolia Ekuverin: Maldives & India Garuda Shakti: India & Indonesia Mitra Shakti: India- Naseem Al-Bahr: India- To add on to your knowledge, listed below Chiefs of Armed Forces -

1. Chief of the Army Staff - General Dalbir Singh 2. Chief of the Air Staff - Air Chief Marshal Arup Raha 3. Chief of the Naval Staff - Admiral R K Dhowan 4. Chief of the Integrated Defense Staff - Air Marshal PP

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