News Burst 9 March 2022
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- On Sunday, several Russian banks announced plans to start issuing cards using the Chinese UnionPay card operator system. The step, which came shortly after Mastercard and Visa pledged to cease operations in Russia and disconnect all the country’s banks from their payment systems, will enable the holders of new cards to use them for paying and withdrawing cash abroad.
- Bill Gates has predicted that a new type of technology is on its way that will render smartphones obsolete. The billionaire co-founder of Microsoft in his recent admission touted the future benefits of the electronic tattoos currently being developed by the Texas-based software design and Development Company, Chaotic Moon. The electronic tattoos, created in line with a biotechnology-based technique, would analyze and collect biometric data from the human body.
- Chaotic Moon’s tattoo kit, which released its first prototype in 2015, will upload data related to the wearer’s health and environment rather like an Apple Watch, subsequently sending it to any device, offering seamless integration with the cloud to store documents. The tattoo itself, still in the development phase, will be applied temporarily onto the skin. Its tiny sensors and trackers will send and receive information via a special ink able to conduct electricity. If the wearer displays any signs of fever or other illness, they will be notified immediately. A function is envisaged to even notify one’s preferred doctor. Daily activities could be monitored via the tattoo, and the creators are purportedly working on a way to store one’s medical documents in a digital format that can be accessed anywhere anytime.
- In a bid to bring girls back to school, who left education following the COVID-induced lockdown and various curbs, the government of India has launched a special campaign. Titled “Kanya Shiksha Pravesh Utsav”, the girl child’s school admission initiative aims to promote their education, was launched on the eve of International Women’s Day in collaboration with the Ministry of Education. The ministry has acknowledged that during the lockdown there has been a drastic drop in the number of girl students attending schools.
- Russia claims Ukraine destroying evidence of US-funded bioweapons program. Earlier rumors that the Russian military was targeting US-run biolabs were written off as conspiracy theories, but the Russia’s Defense Ministryhas promised to back up its claims with documents.
- “Documentation was received from employees of Ukrainian biological laboratories on the emergency destruction of especially dangerous pathogens of plague, anthrax, tularemia, cholera and other deadly diseases on 24 February. The emergency destruction of especially dangerous pathogens on 24 February was required to prevent the disclosure of facts of violations by Ukraine and the United States of Article I of the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention (BTWC),” Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said in a statement. This information confirms the validity of the claims Russia has repeatedly made in the context of the implementation of the BTWC regarding the military biological activities of the United States and its allies in post-Soviet countries, she said.
- Russia and Russian companies will be allowed to pay foreign creditors in rubles, according to a decree signed by President Vladimir Putin on Saturday, as a way to stave off defaults while capital controls remain in place. The decree establishes temporary rules for sovereign and corporate debtors to make payments to creditors from “countries that engage in hostile activities” against Russia, its companies and citizens. The government will prepare a list of such countries within two days.
- The US Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) has offered a glimpse into America’s ambitious plans to monitor space beyond the area where satellites traditionally orbit planet Earth. In a recently released YouTube video, which was first reported by Ars Technica, AFRL proudly touted its Cislunar Highway Patrol System (CHPS), hoping to target the space between geostationary orbit and the moon’s orbit. The term “cislunar” is typically used to refer to the area more than 22,000 miles above Earth, but not much farther than the Moon ( from 225,000 to 252,000 miles away). “Until now, the United States space mission extended 22,000 miles above Earth. That was then, this is now,” says the narrator in the AFRL video.
- Russia and China deployed their first hypersonic capabilities in 2017 and 2019, respectively, with other nations, including North and South Korea, France, Japan Australia and India also researching the new class of weaponry. The United States has over half-a-dozen hypersonic weapons systems in development, but none have been fielded. Lockheed Martin’s testing of a new air-launched hypersonic missile for the Air Force suffered three failed tests in a row, leading to concerns in the Pentagon and Congress that it won’t meet a deadline to begin production of a combat-ready hypersonic weapons system by 30 September.
- According to the Tasnim news agency, the launch was carried out by a three-stage Qassed rocket from a pad in Shahrud county located in the north-east of the country. The satellite was put into orbit 500 kilometres (310 miles) above the earth’s surface eight minutes after the launch, the Tasnim news agency reported. The launch came amid the eighth round of the Vienna-hosted negotiations on the restoration of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action on the Iranian nuclear program. Tehran launched its first homegrown military satellite Noor-I in April 2020.
- Biden “demonstrated America’s strength and determination to hold Putin accountable for his premeditated, unprovoked war against Ukraine,” Pelosi wrote in a letter to Democrat colleagues.
- Belarus-based media outlet Nexta had reported on Moscow’s disconnection plan. “Russia began active preparations for disconnection from the global Internet,” Nexta said in the tweet. “No later than March 11, all servers and domains must be transferred to the Russian zone. In addition, detailed data on the network infrastructure of the sites is being collected.” Moscow has refuted media reports that suggest Russia is attempting to disconnect from the global internet, although the country had earlier successfully tested the idea, and a major infrastructure provider has now cut off services as part of international sanctions. “Russian websites are continuously being attacked by cyberattacks from abroad,” the Russian Ministry of Digital Development told Interfax on March 7. “We are preparing for various scenarios to ensure the availability of Russian resources. There are no plans to turn off the Internet from within.”
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