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Current Affairs : National 

India is contributing USD 22 million to the Fund for AIDS, TB, Malaria globally

  • India announced a USD 22 million grant to the Global Fund for AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (GFTAM) for 2020-22 as portion of its engagement to eliminate these illnesses, Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan said that since 2002 India has shared a continuous relationship with the Global Fund, both as a recipient and as a seller.

Investment of Rs 25,000 crore in upcoming 5 years to rebuild to fishery infrastructure

  • In the next three to five years, the Union Government has lined up Rs25,000 crore investments in various fisheries sectors with the aim of achieving the real goals of the ambitious Blue Revolution project. It is performed to boost the output of offshore fisheries over the next three to four years to six million tons from three million tons.

India’s’ Samudrayaan ‘ initiative to developed nations in ocean research

  • With the’ Samudrayaan ‘ plan, India’s intention to take people into the deep sea in a submersible vehicle is probable to become a fact in 2021-22. In order to carry out profound submarine research, the initiative recommends to ship a submersible vehicle with three people to a distance of about 6000 meters. Similar to the scheme of ISRO to take people on a space mission, Samudrayaan has been conducted by the National Institute of Ocean Technology (NIOT).

C-Plan by  Govt of UtterPradesh to Community Policing

  • A “C-Plan” mobile implementation has been introduced by the Uttar Pradesh Police to assist them maintain a tab on anti-social components in order to counteract their nefarious models. The device will not only assist police to be notified by ordinary people about the simmering social conflicts or other conflicts even in far-flung communities, but will also assist them to check the data they receive.

Haryana CM starts  UDAN regional connectivity scheme

  • Haryana’s chief minister, Manohar Lal Khattar, introduced here the UDAN national gateway system that will enable visitors to travel from Hisar to Chandigarh in 45 minutes for just Rs 1,674. He said the flight’s release was component of the UDAN system of the Centre, or’ Ude Desh ka Har Nagarik,’ creating effective national aerial connections.

Current Affairs : international

In the next 20 years, Russia intends to establish more than 20 nuclear power plants in India

  • Russia said that over the next 20 years it is preparing to establish more than 20 nuclear power plants in India. At the 20th Annual Summit between the two nations, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who came in Russia’s Far Eastern City of Vladivostok, together with Russian President Vladimir Putin, made a collective declaration.
  • In the existence of the two rulers, the two parties shared various contracts, including army and technical collaboration, electricity and technology, the supply of LNG and LNG, and gas.

Fifth Eastern Economic Forum

  • In Vladivostok, Russia, the 5th Eastern Economic Forum took place. The forum was also visited by PM Narendra Modi. He also made a trip on the sidelines of the 5th Eastern Economic Forum to the India Business Pavilion. The pavilion, called the’ India Lounge,’ would act as a forum for attracting business possibilities in the Far East of Russia to India’s increasing economy and promoting the region’s Indian growth.

Exercise Yudh-Abhyas 2019 between India And USA

  • From 05-18 September 2019 at Joint Base Lewis Mc Chord, Washington, USA, the joint military exercise Yudh Abhyas–2019 between India and the USA began. Exercise Yudh Abhyas is one of India and the USA’s biggest joint venture between army practice and defense corporations. This will be the fifteenth version of the combined workout between the two nations organized alternatively.

Current Affairs : banking

it is necessary for all banks to attach retail and MSME loans with external benchmark, says RBI

  • The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) released a statement requiring companies to connect all fresh private or retail floating rate credits and floating price credits to an internal benchmark for micro, tiny and medium-sized businesses.
  • This fresh standard will take effect from October 1.
  • Banks are entitled to select one of the multiple benchmarks in the circle.

Funding of $57 mn to pro-poor tourism development schemes by World Bank

  • World Bank will finance growth initiatives valued over $57 million in Agra and Braj-Mathura’s leading tourist hotspots in Uttar Pradesh.
  • Pro-poor tourism is a holistic notion of tourism directed at alleviating poverty in the periphery of chosen tourism hubs by intervening on the financial, social and cultural elements of the region.

Donation of Rs 5 crore by ICICI Bank to Relief Fund of Bihar CM’s

  • ICICI Bank gave Rs 5 crore to the Relief Fund of the Bihar Chief Minister. The chief minister honored and praised the ICICI Bank for creating donations to the Relief Fund of CM for showing dedication to environmental objectives.

Current Affairs : business

WEF Report: India ranks 34th on the list of competitiveness in transport and tourism

  • According to a World Economic Forum (WEF) study, India moved six positions to gain 34th place in the 2019 World Travel & Tourism Competitiveness Index. Spain, accompanied by France and Germany, holds the rating list.

Current Affairs : Sports

Virdhawal Khade and Rujuta couple are the India’s fastest swimmers

  • Gold hunting went out to be a family affair at the 73rd Glenmark National Swimming Championship. The Khade couple–Virdhawal Khade and his wife Rujuta stole the show at the national meeting by bagging 50 m fish silver in both the males and females, thus becoming the country’s highest divers.
  • Completing the length, Khade received the gold medal in 24.19 seconds. Khade’s previous mark in Trivandrum in 2018 was 24.26 seconds.

2019’s  UEFA President’s Award

  • The 2019 UEFA President’s Award has been given to Eric Cantona in Monaco–and UEFA President Aleksander Čeferin defined the legendary Frenchman as “a individual who has accomplished a bunch for better.”

Current Affairs : OBITUARIES

EX Kalahandi king Udit Pratap Deo died

  • The incumbent ruler of the ancient royal country of Kalahandi n Odisha, Udit Pratap Deo, has died. He was seventy-one years old . Deo remained as a former lawmaker in Odisha state  from Junagarh Assembly segment from period of 1974 to 1977.


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