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25 June (जून) 2020

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English - 25 June 2020 Current Affairs
  1. Two thousand crores have been allocated from PM Cares Fund Trust for the supply of 50 thousand Made in India ventilators to Government Covid Hospitals in all States and Union Territories. Out of 50 thousand ventilators, 30 thousand ventilators are being manufactured by Bharat Electronics Limited. So far 2,923 ventilators have been manufactured and out of these 1,340 ventilators have been delivered to the States and Union Territories.
  2. The Union Minister of Human Resource Development, Mr. Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ launched the “Tip 2.0” initiative to help organize information related to business potential and incubated startups in higher educational institutions. Earlier, the Minister launched the YUKI (Young India Combating Covid with Knowledge, Technology, and Innovation)) web portal on 11 April 2020. The portal was designed by the Ministry of Human Resource Development keeping in mind the coronavirus. The portal aims to cover various dimensions of the Covid-19 challenges in a very holistic and comprehensive manner. Through this portal, the Ministry of Human Resource Development will endeavor to ensure that students, teachers, and researchers in higher educational institutions are receiving appropriate support to meet the needs needed to advance their technologies and innovations.
  3. The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has received a patent for its liquid cooling and heating garment (LCHG). Liquid cooling and heating garment (LCHG) is a protective garment for manned spacecraft. It is a fitting suit that covers all parts from neck to feet. The LCHG suit is worn by astronauts. This suit can be worn for a long time and does not have any effect on the skin like irritation or infection. Liquid Cooling and Heating Garment (LCHG) is made of biocompatible clothing and components for a comfortable temperature and sweat removal for astronauts. It will be used for personal cooling and heating purposes for space, military applications, fire fighting as well as protection from hot and cold environments of industrial areas.
  4. Yoga Guru Baba Ramdev’s Patanjali Ayurveda has prepared a medicine called Coronil for the treatment of Covid-19. Inaugurating this drug in Haridwar, Uttarakhand, Baba Ramdev said that Patanjali has prepared a drug based on Ayurvedic-medical control, research, evidence, and testing for Covid-19. During the examination of this drug, it was found that 69 percent of the patients infected with Covid-19 recovered in three days, while 100 percent got healthy in one week. The Ministry of AYUSH has asked Patanjali Ayurved Limited to provide the name of the new medicine which is said to be useful for the treatment of the Covid-19 epidemic and details related to the substances used in its manufacture, etc. at the earliest.
  5. To provide pure and nutritious food to the economically weaker section of the society, Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has announced the launch of “Indira Rasoi Yojana”. Under this scheme, food will be available twice a day at a subsidized rate to ensure that no one in the state is hungry. For the successful implementation of the scheme, the state government will work with local non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in each district of the state. To monitor and evaluate the progress of the scheme, information technology will be used. In every district, a committee will also be formed under the chairmanship of the District Collector to oversee the scheme. For the scheme, Rs 100 crore will be spent every year by the state government. The rate of food has not yet been finalized under the Indira Rasoi Yojana. March 31, The term Annapurna Rasoi Yojana of Rajasthan State Government came to an end in 2020. The scheme was launched in December 2016 by the then Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje. Lunch and breakfast were made available under this scheme for Rs 8 and Rs 5 respectively.
  6. Serbia’s tennis star Novak Djokovic (33) and his wife’s Corona have come test positive. While the report of children came negative. World number-1 Djokovic confirms this. The Serbian player had the exhibition Adria Tour Charity Tennis Tournament held in the middle of the virus this month. Three players involved in the tournament have already been infected. The players are Grigor Dimitrov of Bulgaria, Borna Korich of Croatia, and Viktor Troicki of Serbia.
  7. The Government of India has decided to reduce the staff strength at the High Commission of Pakistan in New Delhi by 50 percent. The Foreign Ministry said today that the behavior of Pakistani officials working in the High Commission is not by the Vienna Treaty and the modalities of the behavior of diplomats and other officials between the two countries. The Indian High Commission is also going to reduce the workforce in its High Commission in Islamabad by 50 percent in the next seven days.
  8. Following a global economic crisis following COVID-19, the US government has decided to suspend the ‘green card and non-migrant work visa’ by December 31, 2020. Its purpose is to secure jobs for American citizens. This executive order was signed by US President Donald Trump on June 22, 2020. The suspension of green cards and non-migrant work visas would create about 5,25,000 jobs in the US. Due to Covid-19, according to reports, a record 47 million people in the US could lose their jobs.
  9. China launched the last satellite of the Baidu Navigation Satellite System (BDS) designed against the US GPS network. This effort by China is considered a major step for navigation’s lucrative market share of billions of dollars. The aim of launching Baidu is to compete with the US’s Global Positioning System (GPS), Russia’s GLONASS, and the European Union’s Galileo. India is also developing its navigation system known as the Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System. Its code is named Name-NavIC. Some countries like Pakistan are using BDS. Apart from this, China is also promoting its use in countries agreeing on ‘One Belt – One Road’. The first Baidu satellite entered the orbit in the year 2,000 and in December 2012, the domestic user of the Asia-Pacific region, China was positioned, navigating, And providing messaging service. The BDS system has started providing services in late 2018.
  10. Neerkar Pradhan has been appointed as the new Chief Executive Officer of the International Association of Professional Risk Managers of the new Indian Office of Professional Risk Managers. Pradhan has led State Bank of India and General Group teams in India and Europe. PRMIA is a non-profit organization the International Association of Professional Risk Managers is a professional organization focused on the “promotion of sound risk management standards and practices globally”, and “integration of practice and theory”. It focuses on the training and certification of the government, Reserve Bank of India, State Bank of India, Punjab National Bank, and others including HSBC.
  11. Union Food Processing and Industry Minister Harsimrat Kaur Badal launched the food processing version of the Exclusive Investment Forum of ‘Invest India’, the National Investment Promotion and Facilitation Agency of the Government of India. Invest India has designed this platform for detailed interaction between leading global companies in the food processing sector and policymakers of the central and state governments. The forum was attended by policymakers from the central government and six state governments – Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Madhya Pradesh, Punjab, Telangana, and Uttar Pradesh. 180 companies from 18 countries also participated in this forum.
  12. Karnataka Bank launched KBL Micro Mitra, a new product for micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs). The product will provide financial assistance of up to Rs 10 lakh to micro manufacturing and service enterprises for working capital or investment purposes.
  13. The Reserve Bank has extended the special liquidity window for three months, giving relief to Yes Bank. The relief came to an end on 16 June but has now been extended for another three months. After getting this relief from RBI, the bank will be able to continue its operations. Yes Bank, a private sector bank, is struggling with cash problems. Restrictions on the bank are also directed towards RBI.
  14. Credit rating agency Moody’s Investors Service has projected the size of the Indian economy to decline by 3.1% in 2020. The agency also feared a change in geographical conditions in Asia due to tensions at the border between India and China. Earlier, Moody’s in April had projected a 0.2 percent increase in India’s gross domestic product (GDP) in 2020. The agency has now revised its estimate of the impact of the coronavirus epidemic. However, Moody’s believes that the Indian economy will rebound in 2021 and may post a growth rate of 6.9 percent.
  15. UCO Bank has tied up with four insurance companies to offer various insurance products to its customers through its network of branches across the country. The lender will sell its products in association with SBI Life Insurance Company, Oriental Insurance Company and Religare Insurance Company, Star Health, and Allied Insurance Company. With these new partnerships, UCO Bank will now be able to offer a wider range of insurance products. UCO Bank has signed a ‘bancassurance’ agreement with SBI Life Insurance to supply insurance solutions to buyers of UCO Bank across its 3,086 branches spread across the country.
  16. The National Institute of Medicinal Education and Research (NIPER) has introduced many innovative products such as protective equipment, sanitizers, and masks to fight the Covid epidemic. It has also introduced immunity boosters (herbal tea) herbal tea to strengthen physical resistance against infection. The Department of Natural Products of NIPER, Mohali has developed herbal tea, which increases immunity. This herbal tea improves the immune response in the body so that it can be used as a preventive measure against Covid-19 viral infection.
  17. A consensus has been reached between India and China to end tensions in the eastern Ladakh region. At the Corps Commander level talks between India and China in Moldo, the two sides agreed to withdraw from all areas of conflict.
  18. To overcome the limitations of imported equipment, the Department of Agriculture, Cooperation, and Farmers Welfare (DAC & FW) have accepted the challenge of development in the country of vehicle-mounted ULV sprayers for locust control under the Make in India initiative. Under this initiative, DAC & FW’s Division of Mechanization and Technology has received a prototype through an Indian manufacturer. Trials of this sprayer have been successful in Ajmer and Bikaner districts of Rajasthan. Work is in progress on other approvals to offer it commercially. This is a breakthrough, as it will eliminate the dependence on imports for locusts, an important tool for control. Currently, the only supplier of this sprayer containing vehicle is M / S Micron Sprayers, UK.
  19. Wrestling legend and WWE Champion “The Undertaker” has announced his retirement from World Wrestling Entertainment. The Undertaker’s last match was at WrestleMania 36 with AJ Styles. His original name is Mark Calaway. He was born on March 24, 1965, in Texas, USA. Undertaker started his specialist business in 1987. He made his first move to WWE in the 1990 Survivor Series, after which he became one of the most well-known stars in WWE, popularly known as WWE in the name of ‘The Deadman’. He won 21 consecutive times at WrestleMania.
  20. Changes have also been made to the dates of the Golden Globe Award Ceremony. Earlier, Oscar and BAFTA Awards have also been postponed. The 78th Golden Globe Award has been announced by the Hollywood Foreign Association. Every year this ceremony has been held in January, but this year it will be in California on February 28, 2021. The date of the Academy Award (Oscar) has been announced just a week ago. The ceremony was earlier scheduled to be held on 28 February, which has been postponed to 25 April.
  21. On 23 June 1894, the International Olympic Committee was established in Paris. Due to this, it was decided to celebrate the establishment day of the International Olympic Committee on 23 June as International Olympic Day. International Olympic Day was first observed in the year 1948. A total of 9 countries celebrated this day in 1948 in their respective countries.
  22. On 20 December 2002, United Nations General Assembly, adopting resolution 57/277, decided to celebrate June 23 as ‘United Nations Public Service Day’. The COVID-19 epidemic has infected millions and killed thousands of people globally. In this difficult time when there is stress on healthcare organizations, loss of jobs due to lockdown and financial crisis, education system, social life, etc. are disrupted, this year UN Public Service Day Frontline Workers (Healthcare, Sanitation, Public servants, social welfare groups, transportation, law enforcement, etc.). In India, 21 April is celebrated every year as Civil Service Day. On this occasion, the program is organized by the Department of Administrative Reforms and Public Grievances. This time no event has been organized due to COVID-19.
  23. International Widows Day is celebrated globally on 23 June every year. The day is widely known for drawing attention to the voices of widows and the experiences they experience and to encourage the unique support they offer. Even today, widows across the world face challenges after losing their spouses and struggle for a long time for basic needs, their human rights, and respect.
  24. Major General (Rett.) Lachhman Singh Lehal passed away. He was one of the finest military jawans in the country and was one of the surviving officers who participated in both the 1948 and 1971 wars. He was commissioned into the Regiment of Artillery in 1943. Lachman Singh Lehal participated in the Jhangar area of ​​Jammu and Kashmir as a captain in 1948 and commanded a division in the 1971 war. He has also been awarded the Vir Chakra, the third highest gallantry award in India for his role as an observer for 50 Para Brigade.
  25. Filmmaker and philanthropist Steve Bing passed away. He wrote films like getting Carter and Every Breath as well as the screenplay for the Kangaroo Jack film. Steve Bing produced the 2004 film ‘The Polar Express’ at a cost of $ 100 million, about half of the production cost. He also founded Shangri-La Entertainment. Also, he produced the 2008 documentary “Shine a Light” by Martin Scorses, which was related to the legendary rock band The Rolling Stones.
  26. Poornima Janen, a former Indian shooter suffering from cancer, has passed away. Purnima was 42 years old. Purnima has represented India in several ISSF World Cups, Asian Championships, and Commonwealth Championships and other tournaments. In the 10-meter air rifle, the national record holder Purnima got involved in coaching and the Maharashtra government honored her with the Shiv Chhatrapati Khel Award. Poornima, who was diagnosed with cancer during the National Championship in Kerala two years ago, started her career in Mumbai but then moved to Pune. He was born in Nanded.
  27. Former MP and senior journalist Vishwa Bandhu Gupta passed away. He was 93. Gupta joined the Congress in the 1980s and was a Rajya Sabha member from Delhi from April 1984 to 1990. Gupta was also the chairman and editor-in-chief of the Tej-Bandhu publishing group. He was also a founding member of the Press Club of India and President of the All India Newspaper Editors Conference.
  28. In Hollywood, the famous director of ‘Batman’ and other superhit films, Joel Schumacher, passed away. 80-year-old Joel was a New Yorker. Under his direction, films such as ‘St. Almos Fire’, ‘Falling Down’ and ‘The Lost Boys’ had made a big splash in his time. According to local media, Joel had been battling cancer for the past year.
  29. China is working on creating the world’s largest genetic map. For this, he is taking a blood sample of about 700 million people. With the help of the police, these blood samples are being collected. It is also seen by the Chinese government to keep a close watch on the people there. Although this work has not been started recently by China, rather it was started by China itself in 2017. According to a research report conducted by the Australian Strategic Policy Institute, this project will increase China’s genetic control over its people and will be able to track crores of people with its help. In this operation, the police are collecting samples from the blood, saliva, and other genetic material of the men. The American company Thermofisher is helping him in this task. The same company has prepared the kit for its mapping and testing and has sold it to China.


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