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05 September (सितम्बर) 2020

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English - 05 September 2020 Current Affairs
  1. The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, gave a special address at the US-India 2020 Summit through video conference. The US-India Strategic Partnership Forum (US-ISPF) is a non-profit organization that works for partnerships between India and the US. The theme of this 5-day conference, which started from 31 August, is “New Challenges facing America-India”.
  2. Usha Padhe, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Civil Aviation, has been given the additional charge of Director General of Bureau of Civil Aviation Security. Along with this appointment, she is the first woman to be appointed to this post and the third IAS officer. Usha’s central deputation term will end on 16 July 2022. He has been appointed in place of Rakesh Asthana (IPS), who has been appointed Director-General of the Border Security Force (BSF) on 17 August 2020.
  3. The Government of Odisha has requested the Center to give classical music status to Odissi. The proposal was passed at a cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik yesterday. Odisha government has recognized this genre of music as classical music only in 2008. After Odisha dance and Odia language, it is now the turn of Odisha music to claim classical status. The world-famous Odissi dance was accorded classical status by the Government of India in 1964, while in 2014, the Odia language had to undergo several ups and downs before it was accorded the status as a classical language.
  4. 95% sensitivity and 100% clarity compared to recent RT-PCR tests using the ‘Institute of Genomics and Integrative Biology’ (IGIB) and the National Center for Disease Control (NCDC) researchers Mass Spectrometer Have been able to detect COVID-19. Detection of the COVID-19 virus through a mass spectrometer takes only 3 minutes, while the time taken from preparing the sample to detecting the virus is less than 30 minutes. This new method can directly detect the COVID-19 virus without modifying RNA (ribonucleic acid). Whereas RNA-detection is required in RT-PCR testing to detect the COVID-19 virus.
  5. Recently, SpaceX successfully launched its “First Polar Orbit Mission” from Florida, USA. Three payloads were launched by Falcon 9 rockets, including a ‘SAOCOM-1B synthetic aperture radar satellite’ from the ‘Argentine Space Agency’ and two small satellites (GNOMES 1) of the ‘Tyvack’ and ‘PlanetIQ’ company. And Tyvak 0172). SpaceX aimed to launch two Falcon 9 rockets from Cape Canaveral, Florida, but the second flight was postponed due to bad weather.
  6. Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik launched two citizen-centric mobile applications Ama Sahar and Swachh Sahar Odisha on the occasion of Local Self-Governance Day, which was viewed on a virtual platform at the Public Service Building. These apps enable urban local bodies (ULBs) to submit utilization certificates online for the betterment of fiscal management.
  7. The Appointments Committee of the Cabinet has approved the appointment of VK Yadav, the current Chairman of the Railway Board as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Railway Board. The chairman and CEO will now be the cadre controlling officer who will be responsible for human resources with the help of DG (HR).
  8. RUDSETI A ceremony was held to lay the e-foundation stone of the new training institute building of the National Academy (NAR). Employees of NAR Rural Self-Employment Training Institutes (585 RSETIs located in 566 districts of the country), State / UT, Rural Livelihoods Mission employees, and concerned bank officials on behalf of Ministry of Rural Development Performs monitoring, advice, and capacity building. Presently, these trainings are conducted at various rented premises in Bangalore or the States / UTs. The proposed campus is being developed at Rs 25 crore in the beautiful garden city of Bengaluru.
  9. Rajiv Gandhi International Airport, run by Hyderabad International Airport or GMR, has been awarded the “National Energy Leader and Excellence Energy Efficient Unit” award at the 21st National Awards for “Excellence in Energy Management”. Apart from this, Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Limited-Visakhapatnam Steel Plant (RINL-VSP) has also been awarded the ‘Excellent Energy Efficient Unit’ award by CII-GBC in the National Award for Excellence in Energy Management. The ‘National Award for Excellence in Energy Management’ has been instituted by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and the Godrej Green Business Center (GBC) to recognize significant and innovative efforts in the energy efficiency sector.
  10. The Government of Jammu and Kashmir has issued an order establishing the Biodiversity Council in Jammu and Kashmir. This council will be headed by the Chief Conservator of Forests. This council will consist of 10 members. Five of them will be non-official members. This Council will look after the conservation of biological diversity in the Union Territory and will focus on the sustainable use of components of the Union Territories.
  11. “Fraud and Risk Management in Digital Payments” has been jointly developed by the National Association of Software and Service Companies Data Security Council of India (DSCI) and PayPal Payments Private Limited (PayPal). The e-commerce market is projected to grow from USD 50 billion (in 2018) to USD 200 billion by 2026. As per the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) forecast, digital transactions will increase from Rs 2069 crore (about USD 280 million) by December 2021 to Rs 8707 crore (about USD 1178 million) by December 2021.
  12. The Union Minister for Tribal Affairs, Mr. Arjun Munda has stated that the Ministry of Tribal Affairs is funding 26 Tribal Research Institutes (TRIs) under TRI grant for research and reputed governmental and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) spread across the country. Is engaged in quality research work in collaboration with He said that National Tribal Research Institute is being established in Delhi’s IIPA campus in collaboration with IIPA. These partner organizations have been designated as Centers of Excellence. Shri Arjun Munda inaugurated the National Tribal Research Conference organized by the Center of Excellence for Tribal Affairs (COE), Ministry of Tribal Affairs, Indian Institute of Public Administration (IIPA), New Delhi.
  13. Super Energy Service Company (EESL), a company under the administrative control of the Ministry of Energy, Government of India, will purchase 250 electric vehicles from Tata Motors and Hyundai Motor India. These companies have been selected through an international competitive bidding process, which was intended to promote participation. Tata Motors Limited will supply 150 Nexon XZ + Electric Compact SUVs and Hyundai Motor India Limited 100 units of Kona Electric Premium SUVs. In this purchase, a US $ 5 million grant recently provided by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) will be used. EESL has received funding from ADB to promote and finance high priority sectors such as demand-side energy efficiency sector projects. This electric vehicle,
  14. Team NTPC has faced tough challenges to emerge as the winner of the recently concluded All India Management Association (AIMA) – Chanakya (Business Simulation Game) National Management Game (NMG) 2020. It has won these prestigious National Management Games for the first time in the last five years. NTPC Limited is a Central Public Sector Undertaking under the Ministry of Power.
  15. M Veeralakshmi has been appointed as India’s first female ambulance driver in a new initiative by Chief Minister Palaniswami in Tamil Nadu. M Veeralakshmi has been appointed as the driver of the recently launched ‘108’ ambulance. According to the Tamil Nadu government, this would be the first such instance in the country. Palaniswami announced on 24 March that 500 new ambulances would be dedicated to the state at a cost of about Rs 125 crore to strengthen the emergency services of 108 ambulances in the state.
  16. Times Higher Education announces World University Rankings, 2021 results. None of the Indian universities made it to the top 300 in the 2021 rankings. Around 63 universities in India qualified for the rankings. 14 more universities have qualified this year compared to the 2020 ranking. Oxford University was at the top, followed by Stanford University, Harvard University, California Institute of Technology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The United States is the most represented country with 59 entries in the top 200. It is followed by 29 universities from Britain, 21 from Germany. Tsinghua University in China is the first Asian university to make it to the top 20.
  17. The European Investment Bank (EIB) said that it would invest EUR 650 million for the construction of Kanpur’s first metro line. With this metro service, 30 lakh people of the city will get the benefit of fast and affordable public transport service. The new metro rail system will reduce travel hours and open up new opportunities for employment and education in the industrial capital of Uttar Pradesh. This is the second metro rail project in Uttar Pradesh in which EIB is supporting. Earlier, the bank had invested 450 million euros for the development of the metro rail in Lucknow.
  18. Defense Minister Rajnath Singh, through a webinar, launched a life insurance scheme for about 10 thousand personnel posted in the cantonment area across the country. Under this, every worker will be insured for five lakh rupees. Group Life Insurance Scheme has been launched under the Life Insurance Corporation of India under the name ‘Cantonment Kovid: Warrior Protection Scheme’.
  19. Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal has said that the Indo-Bangladesh border will be sealed soon. The central government has decided to use smart technology to seal this inaccessible border. The closure of the border can prevent illegal infiltration from Bangladesh.
  20. Brihan Mumbai Municipal Corporation has introduced fast track testing as an immediate measure to identify and control the infection of Kovid-19 patients. The RTPCR test, which reports in eight hours, rapid antigen and antibody test, which results within thirty minutes, as well as the municipal corporation, has started an effort to detect the infection more quickly through voice test. As a start, the Municipal Corporation has agreed with Vocalis Health, a startup company in Israel for Mumbai.
  21. The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways has released a draft notification for mandatory Fastag for older vehicles sold before December 1, 2017, so that people can send their suggestions and ideas in this regard. The revised provisions of the Central Motor Vehicle Rules-1989 are proposed to be implemented from January 1, 2021. The ministry has said in a statement that it is also proposed to make the valid Fastag mandatory while availing new third party insurance through an amendment from April 1 next year.
  22. Tripura and Bangladesh will be connected to the inter-country waterway- Sonamura-Doukandi soon. For the first time, India’s national waterway will be connected to Tripura via Bangladesh. For this, the ship will be flagged off from Daukandi. The Chief Minister of Tripura will be present on this occasion. This initiative will promote mutual trade between the north-eastern region of the country and Bangladesh. Because of Kovid-19, this arrangement will provide cheap, fast, safe, and clean service to the traders.
  23. India attended the BIMSTEC meeting and discussed ways to expand cooperation between member countries. It discussed ways to expand cooperation to meet the current COVID-19 challenges. This group constitutes 22% of the global population. It has a GDP of USD 2.8 trillion. India is insisting on making BIMSTEC a vibrant platform. Because of non-cooperation with Pakistan, the initiative under SAARC is not moving forward. According to India, BIMSTEC is a natural alternative to key foreign priorities such as the Act East and Neighborhood First policies.
  24. Startup Chakr Innovation by IIT Delhi has launched “Chakr DeCoV” to disinfect the N95 mask. Designed in the shape of a cabinet, Chuck Dekov is built with an innovative decontamination mechanism that uses a high vulnerability of ozone gas to clean the pores of the N95 mask, ensuring complete refinement of its complex layers.
  25. The first sports ministers’ meeting of BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa) took place through video conference under the Russian BRICS chairmanship (2020- BRICS president Russia). The BRICS Sports Ministers signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to strengthen and develop cooperation in the field of material culture and sports within BRICS members.
  26. The National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) has released data on suicides across the country in the year 2019. According to them, a total of 1,39,123 people committed suicide in India in 2019. This means that about 381 people committed suicide every day in the country. The latest figures are about 3.4 percent more than the year 2018. NCRB figures show that in the year 2019, the suicide rate in cities has been 13.9%, which was more than the 10.4% suicide rate across India. Out of every 100 cases of suicide, 29.8 percent were women and 70.2 percent were men. Maharashtra has seen the highest number of suicides where 18,916 people lost their lives by committing suicide in the year 2019. After this the figure is 13,493 in Tamil Nadu, 12,665 in West Bengal, 12,457 in Madhya Pradesh, and 11 in Karnataka, 288 has been. Apart from this, NCRB has also released figures of road accidents in the country. Accordingly, in the year 2019, there were 4,37,396 road accidents in the country, in which 1,54,732 people died and 4,39,262 others were injured. The road accident death rate per thousand vehicles in India is 61, while the WHO report has a global rate of 64. In this also, 59.6 percent of the road accidents were due to driving at high speed in which 86,241 people lost their lives and 2,71,581 were injured.
  27. News sharing on Facebook and Instagram may be banned. Facebook itself has made such a decision. The new service condition is coming into force for Facebook and Instagram from October 1. Under the new terms of service, Facebook may prohibit any publisher or person from sharing local or international news on the platform.
  28. For the first time in Bangladesh, Hindu widows will get the right to share both their husband’s agricultural and non-agricultural land. The High Court has ruled in this regard in favor of Hindu women. Under the current rules, Hindu widows in Bangladesh can get their husband’s house and other property as heirs but no arable or non-agricultural land is allotted to them.
  29. The Union Minister of Chemicals and Fertilizers, Shri DV Sadananda Gowda released eight types of nutritional products that increase immunity under the Prime Minister’s Bharatiya Jan Aushadhi Project (PMBJP). These will be sold through Jan Aushadhi Kendras across the country. It is important to bring such nutritional products in the wake of the Corona-19 epidemic. These products will help increase people’s immunity. These products are more than 26 percent cheaper than the current products available in the market.
  30. An extremely rare species of the recently extinct Singing Dog in New Guinea has been observed in its natural habitat for the first time in 50 years. These Singing Dogs of New Guinea are known for their unique screams and barks. These dogs can produce a harmonic sound that has been compared to the sound made by the humpback whale. Although around 200 singing dogs, caught in the 1970s, are living in conservation centers and zoos, none of their species have been seen in the forest in the last 50 years.
  31. It is noteworthy that about 7 billion years ago, two black holes collided and merged, but the incident was so intense that it sent signals through a space-time perspective that reached Earth on May 21, 2019. These signals were detected as gravitational waves by two observatories [Lego (LIGO) of the United States and Virgo (Virgo) of Italy]. This ‘Virgo Interferometer’ in Italy is a large interferometer designed to detect gravitational waves predicted by the General Theory of Relativity. This waveform signal is named ‘GW190521’ which came from a collision of a black hole.
  32. National Potion Week is celebrated every year from September 1 to September 7 from 1982 and can be considered an important time to raise awareness about the therapeutic effects of eating. The National Potion Week programs are organized by the Food and Nutrition Board under the Ministry of Women and Child Development (WCD), Government of India, to educate them on the importance and role of nutrition necessary for the human body.
  33. Shekhar Gawali, a former Ranji player and fitness coach of the Maharashtra cricket team, has died at the age of 45 while trekking at Igatpuri Hill Station in Nashik district. Shekhar Gawli was born on 6 August 1975 in Nashik district, Maharashtra. 45-year-old Shekhar Gawli played two first-class matches for Maharashtra in the late 1990s and early 2000s. Shekhar Gawli was a right-handed batsman and Legspinner. Currently, Shekhar Gawli was working as a fitness coach for the Maharashtra Under-23 team and last season also served as a fitness coach with the senior team.


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