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17 April (अप्रैल) 2020 Current Affairs – सामयिकी प्रश्न उत्तर – यहाँ हमने 17 April (अप्रैल) 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 17 April (अप्रैल) 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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17 April (अप्रैल) 2020

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English - 17 April 2020 Current Affairs
  1. The districts of the country are divided into three categories. These are Hot-Spot District, Non-Hot-Spot District, and Green Zone District. In the category of hot-spot districts, such districts are placed where a large number of infection cases are occurring or where the number of COVID-19 patients is increasing very fast. The category of non-hot-spot districts includes districts where cases of infection are being reported. There will be districts in the green zone category where there is no COVID-19 patient. A Health Ministry official said that there are currently 170 hot-spot and 207 non-hot-spot districts in the country.
  2. US President Donald Trump has stopped financial aid from the US to the World Health Organization. He accused the World Health Organization of not properly managing and not providing correct information to help prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. Trump said that the United States has been giving four billion to fifty million dollars to the World Health Organization every year. President Trump said that if the World Health Organization had sent medical experts in China to properly assess the situation and exposed the lack of transparency by China, the virus infection could have been prevented at the source and killed. Cases could be kept limited.
  3. Defense Research and Development Laboratory of Hyderabad – DRDL has developed the first of its kind Kovid sample collection kiosk “COVSACK – COVID Sample Collection Kiosk”. Health care workers and doctors will be able to use this kiosk to take samples of suspected infected patients of COVID-19. Missile technology has been used to develop kiosks. It has cost one lakh rupees. Any number of samples can be taken from this kiosk and can be used again for the next patient within two minutes. This kiosk is like a chamber, which once used can be free of infection without any human intervention. Initially, two such kiosks have been built.
  4. Sikkim’s Education Department has partnered with All India Radio to provide online education to school students during the lockdown period. From April 16, the Gangtok Center of All India Radio will conduct teaching sessions daily from 1 pm to 2 pm. The main emphasis of these live educational sessions will be on primary, secondary and higher secondary classes. After each session, students will also be able to ask questions through the phone-in facility.
  5. Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar launched the All India Agricultural Transport Call Center at Krishi Bhawan, New Delhi. This allows for easily perishable goods from one state to another during the lockdown. Call center numbers are 1800-180-4200 and 14488, mobile or landline numbers can be contacted at any time. All India Agricultural Transport Call Center has been started round the clock to coordinate between states with the initiative of the Department of Agriculture, Cooperation and Farmers Welfare.
  6. The Arogya Setu App launched by the government to monitor and identify corona infected has set a record. It has become the fastest five million downloaded apps within 13 days. The Arogya Setu app warns the mobile holder about the corona infects coming around. At the same time, it also states the level of risk of infection. It has been developed by a committee constituted on behalf of the Prime Minister, in which NITI Aayog, electronic and information and technology ministries have played a major role. Tata Consultancy Services and Tech Mahindra included in the committee are working towards adding more features to this app. This app broke the download record of Nintendo’s popular “Pokémon Go” application. 99% of Arogya Setu downloads have been done on the Android platform.
  7. The ICMR (Indian Council of Medical Research) allowed the state of Uttar Pradesh to start a pool test of COVID-19. With this, Uttar Pradesh has become the first state to start pool testing. Pool testing is being done in the state to increase the number of tests. The number of coronavirus cases in the state has increased to 558. Therefore pool testing has been adopted. Out of 558 cases, 307 cases are related to Tablighi Jamaat. If 10 samples from the COVID-19 test fall negative under the pooled test, it is an indicator that all samples are negative tests. On the other hand, if the samples tested are not negative, an individual test will be performed. Under pool testing, samples will be mixed and tested. Pool testing increases the testing capacity of a state. This method will speed up the testing process.
  8. Goa has become the first state in the country to use allopathy and Ayurveda to enhance the immunity of COVID-19 patients and quarantined people. The decision to increase immunity has been taken after consultation with doctors and Ayurvedic doctors involved in treating COVID-19 patients.
  9. Ajay Mahajan has been appointed as the new Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of credit rating agency CARE Ratings. He will replace Rajesh Mokashi, who resigned in December 2019. Mahajan started his career with Bank of America in 1990 and became the MD and Country Head of the Global Markets Group. Ajay Mahajan has also previously worked at IDFC First Bank.
  10. ‘COBOT-Robotics’ robots are being used in hospitals in Jharkhand to provide food, medicines to COVID-19 patients without human interaction. These remote-controlled robots have been named ‘COBOT-Robotics’ by the District Deputy Development Commissioner (DDC) Aditya Ranjan and his team of engineers who developed them. The 20-bed high-tech isolation wards of the ANM Skill Center of Chaibasa Sadar Hospital are going to be inaugurated. Also, 30-bed high-tech isolation wards are going to be inaugurated at COVID-19 Railway Hospital, Chakradharpur. Each bed in these hospitals is designed as a room, where medicines and food will be made available to patients through ‘COBOT-Robotics’.
  11. Google has launched “Nearby Spot” on the Google Pay app to provide information on open grocery stores to sell locally essential items during the lockdown. Google is going to launch Nearby Spot soon in Hyderabad, Chennai, Mumbai, Pune, and Delhi. All relevant information related to COVID-19 on this app launched under Google Pay will be shared and received directly from the Ministry of Health.
  12. The Manipur government has launched an electronic version of comic textbooks. The Department of Education (School) has launched electronic format comic textbooks for Classes III, IV and V, specifically to balance the educational gaps of children in schools. The electronic comic textbook for each class will include a single edition of three subjects such as mathematics, environmental studies, and the English language. Comic textbooks can be availed on the website of www.manipureducation.gov.in. Manipur tops the list of best performing small states in NITI Aayog’s School Education Quality Index.
  13. National Institute of Open Schooling-NIOS: Live counseling sessions on free-to-air DTH channels to compensate for the academic loss of secondary and senior secondary level students during the nationwide lockdown in the country. It is going to broadcast To achieve this objective, NIOS itself is taking a unique initiative of broadcasting live sessions through Skype through Prabha DTH channel Panini, channel Sharda and channel Kishore Manch. This step has been taken to save the educational loss to the students because of the nationwide lockout implemented due to the COVID-19 epidemic. Students can access these lesson-based educational programs through the DTH channel and NIOS YouTube channel. Learners will be able to watch a 6-hour recorded broadcast after a 6-hour live session. During the live telecast to the students, Permission will be given to ask Saval experts related to their subject through the student portal of the NIOS website. The above-mentioned channels will be available through all DTH service providers.
  14. North Korea tested anti-ship cruise missiles as part of military exercises. These missiles were short-range and fired into the sea. These missiles were tested to commemorate the birth anniversary of Kim II Sung. He was the grandfather of current North Korean leader Kim Jong. This missile is capable of going up to 150 km. According to South Korean officials, several missiles have been tested by North Korea. According to South Korea, there has been an increase in the activities of North Korea’s air force recently. These missiles were fired from the Sukhoi jet.
  15. The National Sports Federation of India has announced to host the men’s and women’s Asian boxing championships in November-December this year. Cities have not yet been selected for the competition. The host cities will be decided by the Boxing Federation of India. Earlier India hosted the Men’s Asia Boxing Championships in Mumbai in 1980 and the women’s event in Hisar in 2003. So far, about five men and four women players have qualified for the Tokyo Olympics from India.
  16. The world’s most famous bicycle race tournament “Tour de France” has been postponed due to a coronavirus epidemic. The three-week-long race was scheduled to begin on 27 June in the city of Riviera, France. Earlier in 1946, this tour was not organized due to the emergence of World War II. Also during the First World War, this tournament was halted. French President Emmanuel Macron effectively decided to postpone the race.
  17. Every year on April 15, World Arts Day was celebrated to promote, promote and promote the arts. World Arts Day is an international festival of fine arts which is celebrated every year by the International Institutes of Art to promote awareness of creative activity around the world. This day is also celebrated as a medium to promote art to create a free and peaceful world as it encourages greater awareness of the diversity of artistic expressions and also exposes the role of artists for sustainable development Does. On the occasion of World Arts Day, UNESCO encourages everyone to participate and participate in various activities such as workshops, conferences, debates, cultural events and presentations or exhibitions.
  18. April 15 was celebrated as Himachal Day. Himachal Pradesh was formed on April 15, 1948. Himachal Pradesh has a public holiday on 15 April. After independence, Himachal Pradesh was formed on 15 April 1948 as the province of the Chief Commissioner. Later on 25 January 1950, Himachal was made a “C” category state. Subsequently, on 1 November 1956, Himachal Pradesh was declared a union territory. In 1966, the hilly regions of Punjab were included in Himachal Pradesh. On December 18, 1970, Parliament passed the Himachal Pradesh Act and Himachal Pradesh came into existence as a full-fledged state on 25 January 1971. Himachal Pradesh was the 18th state of India.
  19. Former professional golfer Doug Sanders passed away. He was known as “peacock of the fairways” for his stylish and shiny clothes. He won a total of 20 titles of his PGA Tour, including four runner-up finishes, including the major titles of the 1956 Canadian Open and the 1970 Open Championship.
  20. Former Swiss ice hockey player Roger Chapot died of coronavirus. He participated in more than 100 games for the Switzerland national team. Also, he represented the Switzerland national team at the Winter Olympics in 1964. He was the highest scorer in the Swiss League in the 1964 tournament.
  21. Scientists at the Central Salt and Marine Chemistry Research Institute (CSMCRI), located in Bhavnagar, Gujarat, have developed a unique face-mask, which viruses can destroy when exposed to. Scientists at CSMCRI reported that the outer porous membrane of this mask was made of modified polysulfone material, which is 150 micrometers in thickness. This material can destroy any virus 60 nanometers or more. Coronavirus has a diameter between 80–120 nanometers. If this mask gets medical recognition, it can help protect the general public as well as the staff and doctors involved in medical services from the risk of disease, as they are suffering from an outbreak of COVID-19. A specialty of this mask is that it can be washed and reused. It is much cheaper than other expensive masks and costs less than Rs 50.
  22. The Delhi government has given great relief to the people in case of medical consultation during the lockdown. Through the CallDoc app, people living in Delhi can get expert doctors 24 hours free online advice regarding any disease. Apart from this, the consultation can also be done to prevent the corona from spreading. The government has partnered with the CallDock app for this.


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