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22 April (अप्रैल) 2020

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English - 22 April 2020 Current Affairs
  1. The central government has taken over the command of the 11 districts of four states in the country in which the number of new corona patients is increasing rapidly. For this, the Center has formed six inter-ministerial special teams (2-2 for West Bengal, Maharashtra and 1 for each of Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan). These will have officers at the level of Additional Secretary so that they can make concrete decisions based on seniority. The Central Government has made it clear that under the various provisions of Section 35 of the Disaster Management Act, it has the right to send central teams to prevent the spread of disease in such districts. According to the Union Home Ministry, the situation is getting worse in Mumbai and Pune in Maharashtra, Kolkata, Howrah, Medinipur East of Bengal, 24 Parganas North, Darjeeling, Kalimpong and Jalpaiguri, Indore in Madhya Pradesh and Jaipur in Rajasthan. These teams have been formed under the Disaster Management Act, 2005.
  2. Former Indian Administrative Service officer Kapil Dev Tripathi has been appointed as Secretary to President Ramnath Kovind. His term of office will last till he holds the post of President Kovind. Shri Tripathi is a 1980-batch retired officer of the Assam-Meghalaya cadre of the Indian Administrative Service. He is currently the Chairman of the Public Enterprises Selection Board.
  3. “Covid FYI” is a one-stop digital directory containing information on all COVID-19 related services and helplines issued from official sources. The platform has been created by an international team of 16 members led by Simran Soni, a student at the Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode. “COVID-FYI” is a one-stop COVID-19 platform for accessing emergency services from official government sources. The “Covid FYI” platform has been developed to deliver the right information to the right people, ensuring the authenticity and reliability of information by providing only official information from government organizations.
  4. The Uttar Pradesh government joined hands with tech giant Google to build geotag community kitchens in the state. This kitchen produces 1.2 million food packets daily. Now, Uttar Pradesh has become the first state to have Geotag Community Kitchen. About 7,368 community kitchens located in 75 districts were geotagged. The state government mobilized state resources on a large scale to set up kitchens. This initiative was done through NGOs and religious organizations. For these initiatives, the Remote Sensing Application Center (RSAC) has designed the application to know the location of the community kitchen. The application was built with community feeding data. Apart from this, Google will also provide centers in its applications.
  5. In the wake of the Corona epidemic, the military has issued some strict guidelines for soldiers. Soldiers are placed in three categories, Red, Green, and Yellow. Those soldiers in the army are placed in the green category who have completed 14 days of quarantine. Those in the Yellow category are young men who need 14 days of quarantine and the Red category has soldiers with coronas and who need to be treated in hospital. All the soldiers returning from vacation, temporary duty and completing the course have been placed in the Yellow category i.e. they will have to stay in quarantine for 14 days. Such jawans will be sent from the reporting station to duty station, army vehicle or special train in the unit. If a soldier does not go under the supervision of the military administration, he will be considered in the yellow category and will have to stay in quarantine for 14 days.
  6. The state government in Rajasthan has declared not wearing masks a punishable offense. Not wearing masks can now carry a one-year sentence or fine or both. Walking without a mask would be considered a punishable offense under the Disaster Management Act-2005.
  7. To ensure adequate availability of alcohol-based sanitizers in the country, ethanol will be made from the additional rice available with the Food Corporation of India. This was approved by the Union Petroleum and Natural Gas Minister Dharmendra Pradhan in a meeting of the National Biofuels Coordination Committee. This decision has been taken under the National Biofuels Policy-2018. In addition to ethanol made from rice, ethanol will also be used in the production of mixed petrol.
  8. Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Mandi has developed magnetic random access memory M RAM for high data storage and ultrafast computational application, developing next-generation photonic technology. With this, dynamic and static RAM will now be a thing of the past. The use of M RAM (Magnetic RAM) will herald a new revolution in the technology of computers, smartphones and other gadgets, i.e. the data which previously used to read 5000 steps will be possible to read in 100 steps. Work done in minutes will be done in a few seconds.
  9. Researchers at Pune’s Agharkar Research Institute (ARI) have developed a tool called bug sniffer to rapidly detect the cause of the disease. The bug sniffer is sensitive and a low-cost sensor developed with the aim of rapid detection of pathogens. This newly developed portable device can detect a disease from bacterial cells ten times less than a sample size of one milliliter in just 30 minutes. Bug sniffer is a type of biosensor that uses synthetic peptides, magnetic nanoparticles as well as quantum dots to detect the presence of bacteria. Therefore, it is being described as a low cost and short time-effective way to detect water and foodborne (foodborne) pathogens.
  10. The Border Roads Organization (BRO) constructed the bridge over the Subansiri River at Daporijo in Upper Subansiri district in Arunachal Pradesh in a record time of 27 days. Chief Minister Pema Khandu inaugurated the bridge through video conferencing and opened it for public use. Amid the nationwide lockout, the BRO undertook developmental work for the construction of the Dropaizo Bridge while maintaining extreme caution against Void-19. This bridge is the most important in strategic connectivity to connect the roads leading to LAC between India and China.
  11. Rating agency “Fitch Solutions” reduced India’s economic growth forecast to 1.8% in FY 2020-21. Fitch Solutions has cut its earlier estimate by 4.6%, taking into account the large-scale income losses in the economy due to the COVID-19 outbreak. At the same time, it has projected capital expenditures to reduce permanent investments due to the lack of economic uncertainty of the business. Also, Fitch Solutions has lowered China’s GDP forecast for FY 2020 from 2.6% to 1.1%, given the impact of the deteriorating global economic outlook on China’s economy.
  12. HDFC Bank has launched a #HDFCBankSafetyGrid campaign to promote social distancing in public places. The bank has made a mark that is synonymous with trust, using the external grid of its logo to encourage people. This campaign will help maintain social distancing among people waiting in line at any shop or establishment. The safety grid will be built in front of various retail outlets such as pharmacies, grocery stores, and ATMs. These safety grids will be constructed under a distance of 1 meter as directed by the World Health Organization.
  13. ICICI Bank has introduced voice assistance-based banking services for its retail banking customers over IPL, an artificial intelligence (AI) powered multi-channel chatbot integrated with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant, through which they can use balance checks, voice checks, You can use a wide range of banking services such as credit card details and queries.
  14. In the lockdown implemented for the prevention of the coronavirus, writer Sudha Murti is bringing a digital audio version of her book for children. He has expressed hope that his latest offering will help children learn and innovate. Titled ‘How the onion got its layers’, this book will answer many children’s questions. This is the second book of the author’s chapter series. The first book was ‘How the Sea Became Salty’. The book will be released on 23 April on ‘World Book Day’.
  15. The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) in Ropar, Punjab has developed and designed ‘WardBot’ to serve COVID-19 patients housed in isolation wards without any exposure to medicines and food. The wardbot is equipped with various sensors, which after being programmed can carry food items and medicines to patients at various beds in the ward. Apart from this, the wardbot also has the facility of sanitizing itself while returning from the patients and it can be used to sanitize the walls of hospitals.
  16. The Institute of Nano Science and Technology (INST), an autonomous institute under the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India, Mohali has recently come up with economical electro-catalysts made from fish gills to manufacture environmentally friendly energy conversion devices. Can help This bio-inspired carbon nanostructures can help remove barriers to the realization of many renewable energy conversion and storage technologies such as fuel cells, biofuel cells, and metal-air batteries.
  17. As soon as the first Kovid positive case came up in Chandigarh, all those people who came in contact with the infected person started quarantining. Quarantined people are also being identified through the CVD tracker app. 15 vehicles have been deputed with a team of drivers and helpers equipped with PPE kits to collect and transport waste materials from quarantine homes. The quarantine houses are divided into four areas and each is supervised by an observer. All the drivers of these storage vehicles are wearing GPS-enabled smartwatch under the e-HR Tracking Project (e-HRTS). The movement of all vehicles is tracked by these smartwatches through a dashboard. The sole goal of this tracking is to ensure that no quarantined home is missed.
  18. The Government of India has ordered that the supply of non-essential items will be prohibited during the lockdown. The order comes at a time when e-commerce companies are ready to distribute products such as refrigerators and mobile phones to areas that do not fall under the COVID-19 hotspot. The Indian government had earlier allowed e-commerce to operate from April 20. Subsequently, several state governments had issued orders to start operating e-commerce. However, this will affect quarantine operations in hotspots. Therefore, the Government of India has exercised the powers of Section 10 (2) of the Disaster Management Act. Using these powers, the Indian government has now banned the supply of non-essential items during lock-down.
  19. Recently the Society of Manufacturers of Electric Vehicles (SMEV) has released its data on the sale of electric vehicles. According to its report, sales of electric vehicles have increased by 20% in FY 2019-20. Electric vehicle sales in 2018-19 included 3,600 cars, 126,000 two-wheelers, and 400 buses. The sales of electric vehicles for the year 2019-20 included 3,400 cars, 152,000 two-wheelers, and 600 buses. Car sales have declined mainly due to a decrease in bulk purchases of electric cars in the country. Sales of e-rickshaws were also high. Around 90,000 e-rickshaws were sold in the year 2019-20. In 2019-20, 97% of the electric vehicles sold were electric scooters. 90% of these electric scooters were low-speed electric two-wheelers that ran at a speed of 25 km / h. The trend of electric taxis is gradually increasing. although,
  20. Researchers at the Indian Institute of Geomagnetism, Navi Mumbai have developed a new model to predict “ionospheric electron density” with new data coverage. This is an important step for communication and navigation. New artificial neural network-based global ionospheric models have been developed using “long-term ionospheric observations” to predict “ionospheric electron density and peak parameters”. Artificial neural networks replicate the processes occurring in the human brain to solve problems such as pattern recognition, classification, clustering, normalization, linear and nonlinear data fitting, and time series prediction.
  21. World Liver Day was celebrated on 19 April every year. It is celebrated to spread awareness about liver-related illness. The liver is the second largest and most complex organ of the body, except the brain. Hepatitis A, B, C, alcohol, and drugs can cause liver diseases. Viral hepatitis is caused by the intake of contaminated food and water, unprotected sexual behavior and drug abuse. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), liver diseases are the 10th most common cause of death in India.
  22. The death of Oscar-winning animator, film director, and producer Gene Ditch. His film Munro won an Oscar award in the 1960s animated short-film category. Also, he directed a few episodes of the series Tom and Jerry and Popeye the Sailor. He was also awarded the Winsor McCay Award in 2004 for his lifetime contribution to animation.


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