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English - 01 May 2020 Current Affairs
  1. Actor Irrfan Khan died in a hospital in Mumbai. He was 54 years old and was suffering from cancer. In 2018, neuroendocrine tumors were detected in them. Irrfan Khan’s journey into Bollywood began in 1988 with Meera Nair’s film Salaam Bombay. After this, he worked in many films, but he got special recognition from films like Maqbool, Life in a Metro, Paan Singh Tomar and Piku. He has also appeared in several international films such as Slum Dog Millionaire, A Mighty Heart, Jurassic World, and The Amazing Spider-Man. His film Life of Paya was a massive success. Irrfan Khan was born on 7 January 1967 in Jaipur, Rajasthan. He was honored with the Padma Shri in the year 2011. President Ram Nath Kovind, Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu, and Prime Minister Narendra Modi have expressed grief over the death of actor Irrfan Khan.
  2. Bollywood actor Rishi Kapoor died at HN Reliance Hospital in Mumbai. Rishi Kapoor was born on 4 September 1952 in Chembur, Mumbai. Rishi Kapoor did his early studies at Campion School, Mumbai. After this, she studied further from Mayo College, Ajmer. He started his career as a child artist. He appeared in the film ‘Mera Naam Joker’. Bobby was his first film as a lead actor. The film was directed by Raj Kapoor. For which he received the Filmfare Award for Best Actor in 1974. At the same time, Rishi Kapoor was also awarded the Filmfare Lifetime Achievement Award in the year 2008. Rishi made many brilliant films in his film career. Significantly, Rishi Kapoor’s father Raj Kapoor and grandfather Prithviraj Kapoor were also active in this world of art. Rishi’s father Ranbir Kapoor is currently active in Bollywood. Rishi Kapoor also wrote an autobiography on his life, titled “
  3. The Government of India has established the International Financial Services Center Authority. The headquarters of this authority will be established in Gandhinagar, Gujarat. This authority was established through a notification. This notification issued by the Government of India applies some of the implications of the IFSCA Act, 2019. This authority will regulate financial markets in International Financial Services Centers in India. The main function of this authority is to regulate financial products such as contracts of insurance, deposits, securities of financial institutions that have been approved by the regulators. These regulators include RBI, SEBI, Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority, IRDAI.
  4. Suresh N. Patel was sworn in as Vigilance Commissioner. Central Vigilance Commissioner Sanjay Kothari administered the oath through video conferencing in New Delhi.
  5. The government has issued orders to states and union territories to facilitate the interstate movement of people stranded at various places including migrant laborers in the country. The Home Ministry order states that medical examinations should be done before all the people leave and reach the destination. According to the guidelines of the Center, they should be quarantined at home or hospital after arriving at the destinations. They will be encouraged to download and use the Arogya Setu App so that they will be monitored and aware of their health status.
  6. The foreign minister of the BRICS group will discuss measures to deal with COVID-19. External Affairs Minister Shri S. Jaishankar will represent India at the meeting. This video conference is being organized by Russia. In this meeting, the minister will discuss possible joint measures to fight the highly contagious, fast-spreading, and dangerous disease COVID-19.
  7. The Jal Shakti Abhiyan has taken all measures to boost the rural economy and deal with the COVID-19 health crisis. Also, the massive availability of rural labor forces (due to lockdown) will be used under the scheme. The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) recently announced that monsoon rains would be normal in the country. Along with this, the Jal Shakti Abhiyan prepared to conserve water, recharge and replenish water sources. Jal Shakti Abhiyan was launched in 2019. So far, the scheme has covered more than 256 water-deficient districts of the country.
  8. The Union Minister for Environment, Forest and Climate Change Mr. Prakash Javadekar participated in the 11th session of “Peterburg Climate Dialogue” representing India. This dialogue was hosted by Germany. It was co-chaired by the United Kingdom. More than 30 countries participated in this dialogue. During this time, measures to deal with COVID-19, to save lives, and to overcome the social and economic consequences of the disease, were discussed. It also discussed preparations to move forward in the implementation phase of the Paris Agreement.
  9. The National Technical Research Organization has reported that the number of cyberattacks in the country has increased due to ‘work from home’. According to this report, they may face cyber attacks due to the relaxation of geofencing restrictions to employees of critical sectors. This report states that cyber-attacks are feared in many sectors including public sector undertakings, government undertakings, banking, electricity, telecom, transport, energy. Many companies relaxed their geofencing restrictions to allow their employees to work from home. To mitigate this, the Ministry of Home Affairs has directed all CRUDs (Create, Read, Update, and Delete) to track their IDAM (Identity and Access Management) activities in the country. The ministry has also asked firms to be vigilant against ransomware attacks.
  10. The G20 group has launched a new initiative “Access to COVID-19 Tools Accelerator” headed by Saudi Arabia. The new initiative “Access to COVID-19 Tools Accelerator” Interoperability for collective participation including improving synergy for action, uniting everyone to solve problems and guiding investments to create new COVID-19 treatments and vaccines Will act as a global platform to do. It also aims to provide equitable access to all resources to all members.
  11. The Government of Madhya Pradesh has decided to set up Deendayal Committees at the ward and panchayat level to ensure that the benefits of welfare schemes reach the people during the Coronavirus crisis.
  12. To overcome the economic crisis arising out of Kovid-19 in Kerala, a comprehensive agriculture project will be started on one lakh 80 thousand hectare wastelands across the state. Chief Minister P. Vijayan informed that the state government will take the help of microenterprise units – Kadambashri, self-help groups, non-government organizations, voluntary workers, and youth for this task. It aims to make the state self-reliant in food grains, employment, and income generation.
  13. The CSIR-Central Scientific Instruments Organization (CSIR-CSIO), Chandigarh has designed and developed an innovative technology to fight the corona epidemic keeping in view effective disinfection and hygiene. CSIR-CSIO has transferred the technology to a Nagpur-based company, Wright Water Solutions Private Limited, for commercialization and mass production. The electrostatic disinfection machine is developed based on electrostatic theory. It produces a uniform and fine spray droplets of disinfectant in a size range of 10–20 micrometers to eliminate microorganisms and viruses. Due to the small size of the droplets, The surface area of ​​spray droplets increases which increases contact with harmful microorganisms and coronavirus. This machine uses much less disinfection material than conventional methods. This helps in conserving natural resources and also increases the amount of chemical waste in the environment.
  14. So that it can be used as an inhibitor of Alzheimer’s. Berberine is a natural and inexpensive product similar to commercially available curcumin. Scientists selected the natural product berberine, an isoquinoline found in India and China, to make natural product-based Alzheimer’s inhibitors. The research work of these scientists has been published in the science journal “iScience”. Alzheimer’s disease is the most commonly occurring neurodegenerative disorder and is responsible for more than 70% of dementia cases. Because of the multifactorial form of the disease due to the multidimensional toxicity, it has become very difficult for researchers to develop any very effective drug.
  15. Health workers working in hospitals are at risk of becoming infected themselves due to 24-hour care for infected persons. Now the amount of risk may decrease after getting the help of a new friend. The robotic device HCARD, an abbreviation for hospital care assisted robotic devices, can assist frontline health workers by maintaining physical distance from individuals infected with the coronavirus. HCARD has been built by CSIR Lab at Durgapur, Central Mechanical Engineering Research Institute. The device is equipped with state-of-the-art technologies and works in both automatic and manual modes of navigation. It can be controlled and monitored by a nursing booth with a control station with features such as robot navigation, drawer activation, and is used to provide medicines and food to patients,
  16. Automobile giant Maruti Suzuki has developed low-cost ventilators to support the government in the fight against COVID-19. The production is being done in Gautam Budh Nagar, Uttar Pradesh, where the company is assisting Agva Healthcare start-ups to produce these ventilators. These low-cost ventilators were designed by Command Healthcare and Maruti Suzuki is reducing the need for vendors to increase quality testing and production. The production center at Gautam Buddha Nagar has so far built more than 1200 units and the company has hoped to provide 10,000 ventilators to the government within a month.
  17. India lost the hosting of the Men’s World Boxing Championship 2021 as the National Federation could not pay the hosting fees. The International Boxing Federation, breaking the contract in 2017, has now given the hosting to Serbia. Apart from this, India will now have to pay a cancellation fee of US $ 500. This major competition, to be held for the first time in India, will now be held in Belgrade city of Serbian. President of the Serbia Boxing Federation, Nenad Borowenkin, welcomed organizing the championship in Belgrade after 43 years. AIBA interim president Mohammed Mossahsan said that Serbia currently has all the resources to organize a spectacular event for athletes and coaches.
  18. Every year, 29 April is celebrated as International Dance Day, its purpose is to promote dance through events and festivities. The day was started by the Dance Committee of International Theater Institute, which was later given official recognition by UNESCO. The International Theater Institute is the main partner of UNESCO for the performing arts. April 29 was chosen for International Dance Day because it was on this day that the famous French dancer Jean Georges was born. He is the father of modern “Belle” dance, he was also a great reformer of dance.
  19. Former Liverpool striker Michael Robinson passed away. He was born on July 12, 1958, in Leicester, England. He played more than 300 official matches for five clubs in England, including Liverpool. Robinson was part of the Liverpool team that captured the League Cup and European Cup treble in 1984. He settled in Spain after retiring in 1989, where he was awarded the Citizenship Award and spent a long media career. He was awarded the XIII International Vezcze Montalbán Award for Sports Journalism by FC Barcelona in December 2017.
  20. Gospel singer Troy Snead, who was nominated for a Grammy Award, has died due to coronavirus. Troy Sneed was nominated for a Grammy Award for Youth for Christ’s 1999 album ‘Higher’. Troy Snead started his music career in 1999 with his debut album ‘Call Jesus’. He released his debut album ‘Call Jesus’ in association with Malaco Records. Named for the Grammy, the singer has several hit songs under his name, including the gospel Work It Out and My Heart Says Yes.
  21. Under the Deendayal Antyodaya Yojana – National Urban Livelihood Mission of the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, self-help groups in the country have produced more than one crore masks. Shubhangi Chandrakant Dhayagude, president of Samriddhi Confederation in Titwala, Maharashtra, stitches masks in her home as per the demands received over the phone. His confederation has so far produced fifty thousand such masks and in this work, he is getting the support of 45 women. Naugaon self-help group in Assam – Runjhun is preparing masks with traditional Assamese skimmer. Members of Prayas, a self-help group in Kathua, Jammu, and Kashmir, are preparing three-color masks.

 

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