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13 May (मई) 2020

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English - 13 May 2020 Current Affairs
  1. The Registrar General of India released data on the National Birth Rate, Mortality Rate, and Infant Mortality Rate for the year 2018. The data collected on these data is called the sample registration system. According to the data released, the national birth rate is 20, the death rate is 6.2 and the infant mortality rate is 32. Madhya Pradesh had the lowest infant mortality rate in the country. Andaman and Nicobar Islands had the lowest birth rates, while Bihar had the highest. The death rate was lowest in Delhi and highest in Chhattisgarh. According to these figures, the infant mortality rate has decreased by about one-quarter compared to the 1971 census. In the last decade, rural areas saw a 35% drop.
  2. The Union Minister of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare, Shri Narendra Singh Tomar, along with the National Agricultural Market (e-NAM) 177 new mandis to strengthen agricultural marketing and facilitate farmers to sell their crop productivity through online portals Added. Mandis added are Gujarat (17), Haryana (26), Jammu and Kashmir (1), Kerala (5), Maharashtra (54), Odisha (15), Punjab (17), Rajasthan (25), Tamil Nadu (13) and West Bengal (1). With the launch of 177 additional mandis, the total number of ENAM mandis across the country has risen to 962.
  3. The Defense Food Research Laboratory (DFRL), an Indian defense laboratory of the Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO), commissioned the Mysore Medical College and Research Institute (MMCRI) to test coronavirus samples for a state-of-the-art mobile biosafety level-3 (BSL – 3) (BSL-3) Laboratory is handed over to ‘PARAKH.’ The DRDO has developed the lab, Ministry of Defense in association with ESIC Medical College & Hospital, Sanathnagar (Hyderabad) with the permission of the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) and Government of Telangana.
  4. The Ministry of Culture invites nominations every year for the Gandhi Peace Prize. Nominations for the Gandhi Peace Prize should be by the provisions of the Code of Procedure available on the website of the Ministry of Culture, Government of India: www.indiaculture.nic.in. The last date for receiving nominations for the year 2020 was 30 April 2020. The last date for receiving nominations for Gandhi Peace Prize 2020 has been extended to 15.6.2020 due to the nationwide lockdown due to COVID-19.
  5. The Atal Pension Yojana (APY), the flagship social security scheme of the Government of India, has completed five years of successful implementation. The scheme was launched by Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi on 9 May 2015 specifically to provide old age income security to the workers in the unorganized sector and guarantee minimum pension after the age of 60 years. Even after the 2.23 crore laborers come under the purview of this scheme, the scheme is undoubtedly important to meet the challenges of the rapidly growing population of elderly people in India. Apart from extraordinarily enrolling names, the scheme has been implemented extensively across the country, covering all states and union territories and has a male to female membership ratio of 57:43.
  6. Shri Indu Shekhar Chaturvedi (IAS) took charge as Secretary in the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy. Mr. Chaturvedi is an officer of the 1987 batch Jharkhand cadre of the Indian Administrative Service. He has replaced Mr. Anand Kumar in the Ministry, who has already taken up the post of Secretary in the Ministry of Culture.
  7. The National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirapalli has been sanctioned Rs 17 crore to build the state-of-the-art supercomputer. Earlier this institute was declared a part of the National Super Computing Mission. The institute is also covered under the Prime Minister’s Research Fellow Scheme of the Union Ministry of Human Resource Development. It is believed that with the commissioning of this computer, the educational and research level of the institute will increase significantly.
  8. Human Resource Development Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank launched the helpline- Bharosa of the Central University of Odisha. This will help the stressed students recover from difficult situations during the COVID-19 transition. Helpline number 080 46 80 10 10 was launched virtually from New Delhi. The objective of the helpline is to provide emotional support to the students of Odisha University.
  9. 17 journalists from 14 countries, including “The Wire” founding editor Siddharth Varadarajan, have been awarded the Freedom of Speech Award of Deutsche Vale (DW) this year. The announcement was made on 3 May on the occasion of World Press Freedom Day. Since 2015, this annual award has been conferred by DW for its commitment to human rights and freedom of speech in the field of media.
  10. State Bank of India (SBI) General Insurance has launched a general health insurance policy called Arogya Sanjeevani Health Insurance Policy. Under this policy, cover anywhere from 1 lakh to 5 lakh will be provided to the insured person in the hospital anywhere in India. The policy is designed with the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority (IRDAI) standard coverage and affordable premiums. Apart from this, the Arogya Sanjeevani policy will also cover the hospital expenses of COVID-19 and will help in making affordable healthcare more accessible in time.
  11. Para-athlete Deepa Malik, who won the country’s highest sporting honor Khel Ratna, announced her retirement. Deepa is also the first female player to win a medal in the Paralympics for the country. He said goodbye to the game to become the chairman of the Paralympic Committee of India (PCI). According to the National Sports Code, an active athlete cannot officially hold office in any federation. Malik has retired, citing the same rule. His name is at the forefront of promoting the Paralympic Games in the country. He received the country’s highest sporting honor Khel Ratna on the occasion of Sports Day last year. He has also received the Padma Shri and the Ajurn Award. She has won 23 international medals so far.
  12. Tennis star Sania Mirza became the first Indian to win the Fed Cup Heart Award for her successful return to court after becoming a mother. Sania was awarded for the Asia Oceania region. He got more than 10 thousand votes out of a total of 16985. The winner of the Fed Cup Heart Prize is selected based on the vote of the fans. Voting for this started on May 1. Sania got 60 percent of the total vote.
  13. The International Hockey Federation (FIH) has extended the tenure of Narinder Batra as the President of FIH till May 2021. Batra and members of this executive board, which were to expire in October 2020, have now extended their tenures. The Executive Board (EB) of the International Hockey Federation (FIH) has also decided to postpone the 47th FIH Congress, which was initially planned for 28 October – 1 November 2020 in New Delhi until May 2021.
  14. The Sports Authority of India (SAI) constituted a six-member committee to prepare a Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for the resumption of training in sports disciplines at all centers after the national lockdown was lifted. The six-member panel will be chaired by SAI Secretary Rohit Bhardwaj and will consist of Chief Executive Officer (Chief Executive Officer) Lakshya Olympic Podium Scheme (TOPS) Rajesh Rajagopalan, Executive Director (Operations) SS Roy, SS Sarla, Colonel BK Nayak and Assistant Director TOPS Sachin Kiske, will be as a member.
  15. National Technology Day is being observed across India on 11 May to mark India’s technological progress and promote the development of technology in various fields. It is celebrated every year in commemoration of the first of five nuclear tests of Operation Shakti (Pokhran-2) nuclear test conducted from 11 to 13 May 1998 in Pokhran, Rajasthan. The operation was led by former President APJ Abdul Kalam, who was then the director of the Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO). After conducting nuclear tests as part of Pokhran-2, India was declared a nuclear state by the then Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, which made India the sixth nation to join the Nuclear Club of Nations and the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) Made the first country not to join.
  16. After the Kumbhakara families of the Kishanganj subdivision area of ​​Baran district, now Kumbhakara families of Vishala village in Barmer district have also taken up their skills to spread awareness about Corona. A message of rescue from Covid-19 has been engraved on the pits pitched by these families. Messages such as “Stay home safe,” “Defeat the corona have to be washed repeatedly with soap,” and “Use a mask” are written on the mats. These Kumbhakara families believe that the more times a person drinks water, the more they will read these messages and remain alert to the corona. With the increase in heat, the sale of Matka (water pot) will also increase, and their message will reach more people.
  17. Iran’s military has said that 19 soldiers were killed and 15 others were injured in an accidental missile attack on a navy ship during the exercise. The accident occurred on a Konark ship during a naval exercise in the Gulf of Oman.
  18. The food ministry said that the deadline for linking Aadhaar with ration cards has been extended till 30 September. It was also emphasized that all beneficiaries will continue to get their quota of foodgrains, even if they do not have biometric identities.
  19. The Grammy Award-winning R&B singer, who performed hit songs like “Tonight Is The Night” and “Clean Up Woman”, passed away. She was 66 years old.
  20. The National Research and Development Corporation (NRDC) has found immune-boosting immunity-boosting Ayurvedic drug ‘Fifatrol’ to be effective against the coronavirus (COVID-19). FIFATROL has been incorporated by NRDC in the treatment and prevention techniques of COVID-19 to strengthen the body to fight against the virus.
  21. The registration committee set up under the Central Pesticide Board and Registration Committee (CIBRC) recommended that the use of TB drugs such as streptomycin and tetracycline on crops should be completely banned. The Registration Committee held its 114th meeting on 1 May 2020. According to the report submitted by its sub-committee, 9% of streptomycin sulfate and 1% of tetracycline hydrochloride are used on crops. According to this report, these drugs have been used the most in Delhi, Haryana, and Punjab.
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