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10 August (अगस्त) 2020 Current Affairs – सामयिकी प्रश्न उत्तर – यहाँ हमने 10 August (अगस्त) 2020 भारत और विदेश से सम्बंधित कर्रेंट अफेयर्स के सवाल और जवाब हिंदी भाषा व संक्षिप्त में प्रकाशित किए है| यहाँ अंकित किए गए सभी करंट अफेयर्स प्रश्न 10 August (अगस्त) 2020 के मुख्य समाचारों से लिए गए है जिन्हें हमने प्रश्न व उत्तर के साथ अंकित किए है| सभी प्रश्न व उत्तर आने वाली सरकारी व निजी नोकरी व परीक्षाओं (SSC, BANK, Railway, Clerk, PO, UPSC Exam) के लिए आपके लिए महत्वपूर्ण व सहायक होंगे।
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10 August (अगस्त) 2020
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English - 10 August 2020 Current Affairs
Girish Chandra Murmu took over as Comptroller and Auditor General of India. He is an Indian Administrative Service officer of the Gujarat cadre (1985 batch). Mr. Murmu has been appointed in place of Mr. Rajiv Maharishi, who has resigned from his post. Earlier, Mr. Murmu was the first Lieutenant Governor of the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir.
The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, inaugurated a dialogue and experience center on the National Sanitation Center – Swachh Bharat Mission, at the Gandhi Smriti and Darshan Samiti located at Rajghat, New Delhi. The National Sanitation Center (RSK) was first announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 10 April 2017, paying tribute to Gandhiji, on the occasion of the centenary celebrations of Mahatma Gandhi’s Champaran Satyagraha.
The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi will launch a financing facility of Rs 1 lakh crore under the ‘Agriculture Infrastructure Fund’ through video conferencing at 9 am on August 9. The Prime Minister will also release the sixth installment of Rs 17,000 crore to 8.5 crore farmers under the ‘PM-Kisan Yojana’. Millions of farmers, cooperative societies, and citizens across the country will witness this event.
An IPS officer of Odisha cadre, P.S. Ranipse has been appointed Inspector General of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF). He will continue in the post for five years from the date of joining. IPS officer PS Ranipse is a 1995 batch officer, who earlier served as Additional Director General (Vigilance) in Odisha. He held the post of Inspector General of Police (Odisha) in 2013.
Indian journalist and Indian Express special correspondent Dipankar Ghosh has won the Prem Bhatia Award for political reporting. He covered various issues related to the Covid-19 epidemic, including the migrant labor crisis. The People’s Archive of Rural India (PARI), a journalism website, has been selected for the award for reporting on environmental and development issues.
The island of Mauritius was declared an environmental emergency due to an oil spill caused by a Japanese-owned ship that was stranded off the coast a few days earlier. MV Vakashio of Japanese companies Nagashiki Shipping Ltd and Okio Maritime Corporation was flying from Brazil to Singapore with 4,000 tonnes of fuel. The visible cracks on the ship’s hull caused the oil spill and endangered the island’s approximately 1 to 3 million inhabitants. The Government of Mauritius has appealed to the French Government for help. Because the Reunion island of France is closest to Mauritius. The island is a major military base of France in the Indian Ocean.
Mahinda Rajapaksha will be sworn in as the new Prime Minister of the country in Sri Lanka. In the general election, his party Sri Lanka People’s Party (SLPP) won a landslide victory and along with its allies, the party won a two-thirds majority in Parliament. The oath-taking ceremony will take place in an ancient Buddhist temple near Colombo. Mahinda Rajapaksha will be administered oath by his younger brother Gotabaya Rajapaksha. Mahindra Rajapaksha was the President of the country from 2006 to 2015. He was appointed Prime Minister after the victory of his brother Gotabaya in the presidential election held last November, although his party did not have a majority in Parliament.
Haryana Government has launched two schemes for the economically weaker women and children of the state. Chief Minister Manohar Lal (CM Manohar Lal) inaugurated the Women and Kishori Samman (Mahila and Kishore Samman Yojana) and the Chief Minister’s Milk Gift Scheme (CM Milk Gift Scheme) from the Chandigarh Main Secretariat. Under the Mahila and Kishori Samman Yojana, free sanitary napkins will be given to 2.5 lakh BPL women of the state. Along with this, women will also be made aware of menstruation, so that women will get relief from diseases and they will develop. The government will spend 39 crores 80 lakh for this scheme. Under the Chief Minister Milk Gift Scheme, children, pregnant women in all Anganwadis of the state will be given fortified sweet-scented milk under the Supplementary Nutrition Program. Under this scheme, milk will be given six days a week. About 9 lakh children from this scheme, About 3 lakh pregnant and lactating women will get the benefit. About 9 lakh children, about 3 lakh pregnant and lactating women will benefit from this scheme.
Medical Education Minister of Karnataka Dr. K. Sudhakar inaugurated India’s first reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) COVID-19 mobile lab approved by the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR). The mobile lab is called the Mobile Infection Testing and Reporting Lab (MITR), developed by the Indian Institute of Science (IISC) in Bangalore and handed over to the Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences (RGUHS) in Bengaluru. The lab is capable of producing 100% results within 4 hours and it can perform 9000 RT-PCR tests per month.
On behalf of the Punjab government, the Youth Pride of Punjab program was organized in collaboration with UNICEF for the empowerment of the youth aged 15 to 24 years. The program was launched by Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder through Facebook Live. The program is a partnership program between the Department of Youth Services and Sports and Yuva – UNICEF, a joint initiative of other UN agencies, civil society organizations, and the private sector.
PNB Housing Finance has announced the appointment of former SBI Card chief Hardayal Prasad as its new Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer. Prasad will take over after Neeraj Vyas, the current interim managing director, and chief executive officer of the company, on 10 August.
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal launched the ‘Delhi Electric Vehicle Policy’ on August 7, 2020, under which his government would waive registration fees and road tax, and provide incentives for new EVs in the national capital. It will give an incentive of up to Rs 30,000 for two-wheelers, autos, and e-rickshaws, while for cars, it will be given an incentive of up to Rs 1.5 lakh. A scheme called ‘Fame India Phase-2’ on electric vehicles is already underway, under which the central government provides some incentive money. The Delhi government plan will be in addition to the central scheme and people can avail benefits under both schemes.
The book titled “Amazing Ayodhya” has been written by Neena Rai. This book will provide “authentic information” about the city, which will not only help in understanding the life and times of the ancient Hindus but also about Rama and Sita. The book is being published by “house Bloomsbury”.
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has constituted an expert committee under experienced banker KV Kamat to suggest financial parameters for the resolution of stressed assets related to Covid-19. The committee will make its recommendations to the RBI, which the rbi will revise and notify in 30 days. Other members of the committee are Diwakar Gupta, T.N. Manoharan and Ashwin Parekh will be strategy advisors and will serve as the member secretary of the CEO panel of the Indian Banks’ Association.
The Export-Import Bank of India (Exim Bank) said on 7 August 2020 that it had extended a US $ 250 million (about Rs 1,870 crore) line of credit for Mozambique to improve the quality of electricity supply in the country.
India will participate in the multilateral army “Russian Kavkaz 2020” strategic command-post exercise to be held in Astrakhan, Russia. The Indian contingent will comprise 150 Navy personnel and some Navy and Air Force personnel. Invitations to participate in Kavkaz 2020, also known as Caucasus-2020, have been sent to 18 countries, in addition to SCO member countries of other Central Asian republics, including China, Iran, Pakistan, and Turkey.
The Maharashtra government has tied up with Google to provide online education to students in the state. With this, Maharashtra has become the first state in the country to undertake such a project. The project has been launched by Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, which will cover more than 1.09 lakh government, private, aided and unaided schools and benefit over 22.03 million students. Students and teachers will have access to Google Classroom for Education and G Suite which will provide solutions to support education remotely.
Oman India Joint Investment Fund (OIJIF) II acquired 5.07 million (50,69,903) shares or 1.63% stake in DCB Bank Limited (DCB Bank) through a block trade (bulk deal) on the stock exchanges. The stake is valued at Rs 42 crore.
August 8 celebrated the anniversary of the Quit India Movement. On this day in 1942, Mahatma Gandhi gave a slogan to do or die to drive the British out of India. “Quit India Movement” was an important event in the history of the Indian independence movement. This civil disobedience movement was launched by Mahatma Gandhi on 8 August 1942 in the Bombay session of the All India Congress Committee. The purpose of this movement was to end British rule in India. On August 7, 1942, Mahatma Gandhi gave the slogan ‘Do or Die’ during a speech at the Gowalia Tank Grounds in Bombay. This movement aimed to strive for India’s independence. The purpose of this movement was to get Gandhi to agree to the British for discussion. Quit India proposal was drafted by Jawaharlal Nehru, the session of 8 August 1942 was approved by the All India Congress Committee.
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