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Daily Current Affairs 2 May 2023

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The “Science 20” meeting on global health under India’s G20 leadership in Lakshadweep

The “Science 20” meeting on global health under the G20 leadership of India will be held on May 1 and 2 at Bangaram Island in Lakshadweep. The theme will be enhanced agricultural practices, more resources for nutritious food, healthy eating habits and environmental awareness, and greater opportunities for sustainable food products.

NTPC and NPCIL signed an agreement pact for the joint development of nuclear power plants

State-owned power giant NTPC inked a joint venture pact with the Nuclear Power Corporation of India for the development of nuclear power projects. The joint venture company will develop two Pressurised Heavy-Water Reactor (PHWR) projects, Chutka Madhya Pradesh Atomic Power Project 2×700 MW and Mahi Banswara Rajasthan Atomic Power Project 4×700 MW, which were identified as a part of fleet mode nuclear projects.

  • Ujjwal Kanti Bhattacharya, Director of Projects at NTPC, and Ranjay Sharan, Director of Projects at NPCIL signed the agreement.


“India’s First Model Resettlement Colony” for Climate Change in Odisha.

Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik planned to make “India’s first model resettlement colony” for people affected by climate change and has approved the development of the first phase of the colony at Bhagapatiya.


Rajneesh Karnatak appointed as the Managing Director and CEO of Bank of India.

Rajneesh Karnatak has been appointed as the Bank of India as its managing director and chief executive officer. Rajneesh Karnatak holds an experience of over 29 years. Prior to this, he served as the chief general manager of Punjab National Bank until his appointment as executive director of Union Bank of India on October 21, 2021. He completed the Master of Commerce and is a certified associate from the Indian Institute of Bankers (CAIIB).

  • He served as nominee director on behalf of Punjab National Bank on the board of PNB Housing Finance, and India SME Asset Reconstruction Company.
  • He served as the board trustee on IIFCL Asset Management Co (IAMCL).

Debadatta Chand has been appointed as the Managing Director of Bank of Baroda

Bank of Baroda has appointed Debadatta Chand, who is currently the Executive Director, as the company’s Managing Director (MD) and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) for a period of three years with effect from the date of assumption of office on or after 01.07.2023, or until further orders, whichever is earlier. Chand replaces Sanjiv Chadha, whose tenure was extended by the government for about five months till June 30. Chadha’s original tenure was up to January 19 this year.


“Mera Jeevan Lakshya Uttarakhandyath”- a book by Harish Rawat

Jagadguru Shankaracharya Maharaj released the book titled “Mera Jeevan Lakshya Uttarakhandiyat”. the book has been authored by Harish Rawat, former Chief Minister of Uttarakhand. Jagadguru Shankaracharya said that we should popularize Uttarakhand in every school so that our children understand it from the childhood stage.


Ding Liren as the first Chinese player to win the World Chess Championship

Ding Liren becomes the first Chinese to win the first world chess championship and defeated Russia’s Ian Nepomniachi. Ding won the World Chess Championship in Kazakhstan after 14 first-round matches. Ding’s victory created him the 17th winner of the World Chess Championship.

Satwik Sairaj and Chirag Shetty won gold after 58 years in Asian Championship

The star doubles pair of Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty became the first gold medalist after Dinesh Khanna at the Asia Badminton Championships in Dubai. they defeated the Malaysian pair of Ong Yew Sin and Teo Yee Yee 21-16, 17-21, 19-21 in a thrilling final. In 1971, Dipu Ghosh and Raman Ghosh won the bronze medal in men’s doubles at the Asia Championships.

  • Satwik and Chirag also won five career titles at the 2022 Commonwealth Games and on the BWF World Tour.

CWG silver medallist Abdulla Aboobacker won triple jump gold in Japan

Birmingham Commonwealth Games silver medallist triple jumper Abdulla Aboobacker won gold in the Mikio Oda Memorial Athletics meet in Hiroshima, Japan, with a season’s best effort of 16.31m. The 27-year-old from Kerala finished in second spot behind Eldhose Paul in the 2022 CWG with a jump of 17.02m.

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