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30 July (जुलाई) 2020

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  1. The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi and the Prime Minister of Mauritius, Shri Pravind Jagannath will jointly inaugurate the new building of the Supreme Court of Mauritius on July 30, 2020. Senior members of the Mauritius judicial system and other dignitaries from both countries will be present during its inauguration from the video conference. The building has been constructed with Indian grant assistance and will be India’s first infrastructure project in Mauritius capital Port Louis. The Government of India gave Mauritius a US $ 353 million ‘Special Economic Package’ for five projects under which the new Supreme Court is the first project to be built. Prime Minister Modi and the Prime Minister of Mauritius jointly meet in October, In 2019, the inauguration of Phase-1 and the new ENT hospital project of the Metro Express project in Mauritius. These have also been made under the Special Economic Package.
  2. The Defense Research Development Organization launched an innovative competition “Dare to Dream”. The competition was launched on the death anniversary of Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam. Dare to Dream is an open challenge that promotes innovators and start-ups in the country. It has been launched to promote emerging technologies. This challenge promotes individuals and startups to innovate in aerospace technologies. The prize money for the winners is up to Rs 10 lakh. The competition was inaugurated by Defense Minister Raj Nath Singh.
  3. To realize the dreams of Hon’ble Prime Minister of ‘Self-reliant India’, ‘Digital India’, and ‘Make in India’ and to achieve great self-reliance for ‘Self-reliant India’ and to be firmly connected with the whole world. In another initiative towards fulfilling the mission of Hon’ble Minister of Railways and Commerce and Industry, Mr. Piyush Goyal, IRCTC, and SBI Card together launched their new co-branded contactless credit card on the RuPay platform. This new credit card was dedicated to the service of the nation by the Honorable Shri Piyush Goyal, Minister of Railways, and Commerce and Industry. The new RuPay credit card is equipped with Near Field Communication (NFC) technology. With this, its users can speed up their transaction by tapping the card on the POS machines, without the need to swipe the card.
  4. The United Nations reported that nitrogen dioxide levels in New Delhi fell by more than 70% during the lockdown. However, according to the international organization, it may be temporary until the cities reopen. In other countries, nitrogen dioxide levels have also fallen. This level has fallen to 40% in China, 20% in Belgium, 19-40% in the United States. Nitrogen oxide reduces air quality. It combines with ammonia through particulate matter to damage the ozone layer (stratospheric ozone). It also increases human health risks such as cancer and other respiratory diseases. Nitrogen oxides can convert to nitric acid and cause acid precipitation. Acidic rain is highly harmful because it seeps into the ground and contaminates the groundwater.
  5. The UN report recently warned that there was a significant increase in ISIS militants in Kerala and Karnataka. The report was titled “Report of the Analytical Support and Sanctions Monitoring Team concerning ISIS”. This report states that al-Qaeda, which has 150–200 militants from India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, and Myanmar, is planning to attack the Indian subcontinent. Al-Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent (AQIS) operates under the Taliban. It mainly lies in Nimruz, Kandahar, and Helmand provinces of Afghanistan.
  6. Union Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar released All India Tiger Estimation Report 2018 on the eve of World Tiger Day 2020. He also released a poster about tigers on the occasion. Addressing the media in New Delhi, he said that about 70 percent of the total number of tigers in the world are in India. India ranks first in terms of the tiger population, indicating that effective efforts have been made to conserve them here. He said that tigers are precious jewels of nature and their presence in the forest indicates the good state of forests. Mr. Javadekar said that in 1973 there were only 9 tiger reserves in the country and now the number has increased to 50. Mr. Javadekar said that apart from tigers, there are 30 thousand elephants in the jungles of India, Three thousand one-horned rhinoceros and more than five hundred lions are also found. The heads of tiger-populated countries had resolved to double their numbers by 2022. For this, the St. Pietersburg Declaration on conservation of tigers was signed in 2010. These countries also decided to celebrate July 29 as World Tiger Day to raise awareness about tiger conservation.
  7. From the inaccessible areas of Uttarakhand, now in the event of disaster and accidents, patients can be brought directly to the AIIMS campus through air ambulance. AIIMS ambulance trial landing in AIIMS Rishikesh was successful. With this, AIIMS Rishikesh has become the first government health institutions in the country to have its helipad.
  8. Vice Admiral MA Hampioli, AVSM, NM has taken over as Commandant of the Indian Naval Academy. He replaces Vice Admiral Dinesh Tripathi, AVSM, NM who has served as the Commandant of the Indian Naval Academy from 12 June 2019 to 27 July 2020. Vice Admiral MA Hampioli is an alumnus of National Defense Academy, Khadakwasla, Defense Services Staff College, Wellington, erstwhile Naval War, Karanja, and the prestigious National Defense College, New Delhi.
  9. A case of the coronavirus from mother to fetus in the fetus has been reported at Sassoon General Hospital in Pune city of Maharashtra. It was detected when the baby was born. From the mother, the virus has been detected reaching the fetus via the placenta. A planet is a tube through which oxygen and nutrients reach the fetus. This is the first case in the world of the coronavirus from mother to fetus.
  10. On July 28, 2020, China announced the postponement of Hong Kong’s extradition treaties with Canada, Britain, and Australia. China has brought suspension under its new security law in Hong Kong. By law, China gained control over Hong Kong’s external affairs and defense. Britain suspended its extradition treaty after Australia and Canada. Recently, New Zealand also ended its extradition treaty with China.
  11. The Indian Army announced that the Siachen Valley would be opened to civilians. The decision comes amid tensions along the Line of Actual Control between India and China. The Indian Army has opened Siachen, the world’s largest non-polar glacier, in October 2019. When this order was passed, winter had begun and the tourist season was almost over. After the winter, tensions began to form on the LAC as well as the borders between India and China. The Army Adventure Cell will issue permits for the Siachen region. Siachen is in the Galvan Valley. The valley is one of the places where Indian and Chinese forces were face to face.
  12. Archana Soreng, an Indian climate activist, has been nominated by United Nations (UN) Secretary-General Antonio Guterres to join his new advisory group. The group includes young leaders who will provide solutions and approaches to deal with the worsening climate crisis. Archana Soreng will join six other young climate leaders from the world who have been nominated by Guterres to the Youth Advisory Group on Climate Change.
  13. The list of 13 authors for the prestigious Booker Prize-2020 also includes Avni Doshi of Indian origin. She has come into the limelight for her debut novel ‘Brent Sugar’. The list has been released after evaluating 162 novels published in the UK or Ireland between October 2019 to September 2020. In September, this list will be reduced to six authors. The winner will receive 50 thousand pounds (about 48 lakh rupees) as a prize in November.
  14. Bharti AXA General Insurance, a general insurance company, has launched a crop insurance campaign – “a must” – to make farmers aware of crop insurance in Maharashtra and Karnataka. In a statement released here today, the company said that this campaign will encourage them for financial security by protecting the crop. The company has got the right to ensure the crop of farmers for three years under the Prime Minister Crop Insurance Scheme (PMFBY) in Maharashtra and Karnataka.
  15. A “Second Awareness E-Conference” was organized by the Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences (ILBS) in association with the Airport Authority of India (AAI). The conference was organized on the occasion of “World Hepatitis Day”. The subject of this second awareness e-conference is “Keep your Liver Safe in COVID times”. During the conclave, ILBS highlighted the importance of physically empowering people against hepatitis through a healthy liver and awareness campaign, in which many innovative initiatives have been launched across India to reach a greater population. The event was attended by Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla along with Union Minister of Law and Justice, Ravi Shankar Prasad, and Union Health and Family Welfare Minister, Harsh Vardhan.
  16. Lokmanya Tilak National Award for the year 2020 will be given to scientist and educationist Sonam Wangchuk. According to Dr. Deepak Tilak, President of Lokmanya Tilak Smarak Trust, Sonam Wangchuk is promoting the ideas of Lokmanya Tilak through his Swadeshi campaign. Are trying During the freedom movement, Lokmanya Bal Gangadhar Tilak also contributed to Swarajya, Swadeshi, Principles like national education and boycott were carried forward. Sonam Wangchuck, born in 1966, is currently in discussion about the boycott of Chinese goods. His videos made on this subject are becoming very viral these days. He founded the Students Educational and Cultural Movement of Ladakh (SECMOL) in 1988 to improve the education system by studying engineering. Solar energy is used for lighting and cooking in the campus of this institute.
  17. The Indian Council of Medical Research has warned that India is likely to miss the national goal of ending AIDS in the country by 2030. According to the council, this is mainly due to the stalled progress of many health programs due to COVID-19. According to the ICMR, the annual decline of new HIV infections between 2010 and 2017 was 27%. Under the new target, the Indian government intends to reduce AIDS in the country by 75% by 2020. This seems overly ambitious and now becomes challenging with the COVID-19 crisis. According to the study, the national adult prevalence of HIV in men in 2017 was 0.22%. The states of Manipur, Mizoram, and Nagaland had a prevalence of over 1%. The number of people affected by AIDS in 2017 was 2.1 million. Maharashtra has the highest number. In 2017 alone, 88 in the country, 000 annual new AIDS cases occurred. The death toll due to AIDS in the country is 69,000 annually.
  18. The Ministry of Statistics and Program Implementation (MOSPI) has recently released a report on infrastructure projects in the country. According to the report, more than 403 infrastructure projects costing Rs 150 crore have been badly affected. The Ministry of Statistics and Program Implementation oversees infrastructure projects that cost Rs 150 crore and above. Out of 1,386 projects, 403 are being monitored, with cost overruns and 530-time increments being recorded. The total original cost of implementation of these 1,686 projects was Rs 20,66,771 crore. Their estimated full cost is Rs 24,71,947 crore. This represents a total cost of Rs 4,05,175 crore, which is 19.6% of the original cost.
  19. The Union Finance and Corporate Affairs Minister Smt Nirmala Sitharaman attended the 5th Annual Meeting of the Board of Governors of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) through video conferencing in New Delhi. The board of governors meets every year to make important decisions affecting the future of the bank. The deliberations at the meeting included some official assignments, including the election of the President of AIIB, and issues such as the roundtable on the theme ‘AIIB 2030 – The Next One Decade Supporting the Development of Asia’.
  20. The National Green Tribunal has made the guidelines for commercial use of groundwater in the country more stringent. The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has prohibited the general permission to release groundwater for commercial purposes without an EIA (Environmental Impact Assessment). The permit given must be for the prescribed amount of water. The NGT has provided a time of three months to formulate a water management plan for all critical, exploited, and semi-critical areas. About 89% of groundwater in India is extracted by farmers and 5% by industries. The remaining groundwater is used for domestic purposes.
  21. Tunisia’s Interior Minister Hichem Mechichi has been appointed as the new Prime Minister of Tunisia. He was appointed to the post of Prime Minister in place of Ellis Fakhfakh, who has recently resigned due to discrimination. Now he will have one month to form the government. In addition to being the interior minister in the current government, Machichi has also been a legal affairs counselor to President Syed. Before this, he has been the chief of staff in the Ministry of Transport and has also worked in the Ministry of Social Affairs.
  22. World Hepatitis Day is celebrated on 28 July like every year. It aims to spread awareness about hepatitis disease in the world. On this day, work is done to make people aware of the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of Hepatitis. This day is celebrated every year from 2010 to 28 July. Theme: Hepatitis-free future
  23. Like every year, on July 28, “World Nature Conservation Day” is celebrated all over the world. World Conservation Day is celebrated internationally every year to raise awareness of best efforts to corrosion natural resources. The Earth supplies us with a limited amount of things on which we all depend, such as water, air, soil, and plants.
  24. The famous actress of the past, Kumkum, died at the age of 86. She was ill for a long time. He had acted in many famous Hindi films like Mother India, Across, CID. Kumkum was born on 22 April 1934 in the highly revered Nawab family of Hussainabad, Bihar. Her real name was Jabunnisa. She first appeared in the 1954 song ‘Arpar’ in the song Kabhi Ar Kabhi Paar Laga Tire Nazar. In his career of nearly 20 years, Kumkum acted in more than a hundred films. He did most films during the 50s and 60s. During this time he worked with many big stars including Gurudutt, Kishore Kumar, Dilip Kumar, Devanand.
  25. Action director Parvez Khan died of a heart attack in Mumbai. He was 55 years old. He started his career as an assistant to action director Akbar Bakshi Master and worked with him in films like Akshay Kumar’s ‘Khiladi’ (1992), Shah Rukh Khan’s ‘Baazigar’ (1993) and Bobby Deore’s Soldier (1998). With ‘Tak Tak Chhappan’, he started working as an independent action director and went a long way in the industry.
  26. Former Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razzaq was found guilty in 7 cases including corruption. Among them, Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) state fund fraud is the largest case. In this, billions of dollars were invested in the name of investment. The remaining five cases are also related to corruption somewhere. For this, he has been sentenced to 12 years in prison. Also about 368 crores. (210 million Malaysian ringgit) has been fined.
  27. Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Girish Chandra Murmu has deeply mourned the death of Justice Sanjay Gupta, the current judge of the Jammu and Kashmir High Court. Mr. Murmu said that the judiciary has suffered a great loss due to his death. The Lt. Governor described Justice Gupta as a distinguished legalist and said that he served the judiciary with full dedication.
  28. After sidelining the hardline Syed Ali Shah Geelani, the slogan of Kashmir Banega Pakistan, Pakistan is now going to honor him with his biggest civilian honor, Nishan-e-Pakistan. A resolution to this effect has been passed in the Senate of Pakistan (the upper house of the Parliament of Pakistan). Not only this, but a proposal has also been passed in Islamabad to establish a university in the name of Geelani and to include the life story in the school curriculum.

 

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