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Today Top Current Affairs 25 February 2021

Today Top Current Affairs 25 February 2021

Daily Current Affairs 25 February 2021: This article consists of the latest top current affairs for 25 February 2021 that are essential for all competitive exams such as Bank, SSC, IBPS, SBI exams. You can also take our Current Affairs Quiz after studying our Today current affairs.

National

Flower Processing Centre will be established in Karnataka

The Ministry of Horticulture of Karnataka state will set up a flower processing centre. The Ministry will get cooperation from the Bangalore International Flower Auction (IFAB).

  • The Ministry will establish to convert unsold flowers into high value-added products, such as flower art, natural dyes, incense sticks, flower paper, flower embedding works, flower petal powder for cosmetics and flowers stored in silica.

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Population Versus Planet Conference was held

On 20th February 2021, The Population Vs Planet” conference was conducted. Dr Harsh Vardhan participated and expressed his views in WION and Zee Media’s Population versus Planet’ Conference which is a part of its year-long campaign called ‘Mission Sustainability: Population Vs Planet’.

  • The population of the world is a witness to an increase from 1 billion in the year 1800 to 7.8 billion.
  • even though India’s population has increased from 36 crores in 1951 to 121.02 crore in 2011.
  • the country has witnessed a significant decline in both fertility and mortality.

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Awards

National Technology Awards 2020: 12 Companies Selected

The Board of Technology Development (TDB) has selected a total of 12 companies for the National Technology Awards 2020.

The companies were selected into three categories. they are

  • indigenous technologies
  • MSME
  • Start-ups

Indigenous Technologies

  • L&T Special Steels and Heavy Forgings Private LTD ( Surat)
  • Vinati Organics Limited (Mumbai)

Technology Start-Ups:

  • RAR Engineering Private Limited (Delhi)
  • Fibroheal Wound care Private Limited (Bangalore)
  • Althion Tech Innovations Private Limited (Hyderabad)
  • KBCols Sciences Private Limited (Pune)
  • Shira MedTech Private Limited (Ahmedabad)
  • Newndra Innovations Private Limited (Jaipur)

MSMES:

  • AKS Information Technology Services Private Limited (Noida)
  • SVP Laser Technologies Private Limited (Chennai)
  • Kan Biosys Private Limited (Pune)
  • AlgalR NutraPharms Private Limited (Thanjavur)

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Dadasaheb Phalke International Film Festival awards

On 20th February 2021, The Dadasaheb Phalke International Film Festival awards have been announced and Late Sushant Singh Rajput has been honoured with the Critic’s Best Actor Award.

  • The Indian Govt introduced Dadasaheb Phalke International Film Festival Awards in 1969 in order to commemorate the father of Indian cinema, Dadasaheb Phalke.
CategoryWinner
Best Actor (Female)Deepika Padukone
Best Actor (Male)Akshay Kumar
Critic’s Best ActressKiara Advani
Critic’s Best ActorLate Sushant Singh Rajput
Best FilmTanhaji: The Unsung Warrior
Best International Feature FilmParasite Most Versatile Actor – Kay Kay Menon
Best DirectorAnurag Basu, Ludo
Best Actor in a Supporting RoleVikrant Massey, Chhapaak
Best Actress in Supporting RoleRadhika Madan, Angrezi Medium
Best Actor in Comic RoleKunal Kemmu, Lootcase
Best Actor (Web Series)Bobby Deol, Aashram
Best Actress (Web Series)Sushmita Sen, Aarya
Best Web SeriesScam: 1992
Album of the YearTitliyaan
Best Television SeriesKundali Bhagya
Photographer of the YearDaboo Ratnani
Style Diva of the Year Divya Khosla Kumar
Best Actress in Television SeriesSurbhi Chandna
Best Actor in Television SeriesDheeraj Dhoopar
Performer of the YearNora Fatehi
Outstanding Contribution
to Film Industry
Dharmendra
Outstanding Contribution to
Literature in Indian Cinema
Chetan Bhagat

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Important Days

Central Excise Day 2021

The day of 24th February is being observed as Central Excise Day in India.

  • The main objective of this day is to recognize the contribution of the Central Committee of Consumption Tax to the Indian economy.
  • This day promotes equality among officials of the CBEC Ministry.
  • also, it commemorates the enactment of the 1944 Central Consumption Tax Law on February 24.

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