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February 07, 2020

January 2020 Monthly Current Affairs Quick Review - Pdf Download

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Friends, we are presenting you the the Pdf File of January 2020 Current Affairs Quick Review Capsule. This pdf file consists of all important major news events of January 2020, including Padma Awards 2020, Economic Survey 2019, Important Dates and Themes, Awards and Honors, Obituaries, New Appointments in National and International organizations, Books and Authors, various Indexes and Reports released in January 2020 by government and private organizations along with India's rank with Top 10 and our special one liner current affairs updates of January 2020.  Happy Reading :)

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    February 01, 2020

    Union Budget 2020 Highlights (Pdf Download)

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    Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman today (1st February 2020) presented the Union Budget 2020-21 in 'bahi khata'. This is her 2nd budget in 8 months. Before presenting the budget, she paid homage to her predecessor Arun Jaitley and described him as the 'Architect of GST'. She said GST has helped in formalisation of the economy and an average household saves 4% on monthly spending after implementation of GST. Sitharaman added that GST has helped in vanishing 'inspector raj' of the past.

    January 31, 2020

    Economic Survey 2020 Highlights Quick Review (Pdf Download)

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    Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman today (31st January 2020) tabled the Economic Survey 2020. The economic survey is an annual document of the finance ministry, which provides comprehensive details about the state of the Indian economy, and reviews the economic progress made and issues faced in the past year.

    The 2 volume survey ( Volume I and Volume II), which was printed in LAVENDER Color (same as the colour of the new 100 rupee note), was prepared by Krishnamurthy Subramanian (Chief Economic Adviser)

    Stating that the Indian Economy has bottomed out, the economic survey 2020 has projected India's economic growth at 6 per cent to 6.5 per cent in the next financial year. The government has estimated growth at 5% for 2019-20, which would be lowest in 11 years. 

    The Theme of Economic Survey 2020 is "Enable markets, promote 'pro-business' policies and strengthen 'trust' in the economy". 

    The survey suggests framework to enable ethical wealth creation in India, which will in turn propel growth and help India become a $5 trillion economy by 2025.

    This survey gives a clear picture of the country's economic health and a sneak peek into the Budget 2020 to be by our finance minister tomorrow. Here are the major highlights of Economic Survey 2020. You can download PDF Version of these highlights from HERE.

    Quick Review of Economic Survey 2020

    • Prepared by : Krishnamurthy Subramanian 
    • Color : Lavender
    • Theme : Enable markets, promote 'pro-business' policies and strengthen 'trust' in the economy.
    • India’s dominance as global economic power for three-fourths of economic history manifests by design.
    • Kautilya’s Arthashastra postulates the role of prices in an economy (Spengler, 1971).
    • Historically, Indian economy relied on the invisible hand of the market with the support of the hand of trust :
      • Invisible hand of the market reflected in openness in economic transactions.
      • Hand of trust appealed to ethical and philosophical dimensions.
    • Post-liberalisation, Indian economy supports both pillars of the economic model advocated in our traditionalthinking.
    • The survey illustrates enormous benefits accruing from enabling the invisible hand of the market.
    • Exponential rise in India’s GDP and GDP per capita post-liberalisation coincides with wealth generation.
    • Survey shows that the liberalized sectors grew significantly faster than the closed ones.
    • Need for the hand of trust to complement the invisible hand, illustrated by financial sector performanceduring 2011-13.
    • Survey posits that India’s aspiration to become a $5 trillion economy depends critically on : 
      • Strengthening the invisible hand of the market.
      • Supporting it with the hand of trust.
    • Strengthening the invisible hand by promoting pro-business policies to : 
      • Provide equal opportunities for new entrants.
      • Enable fair competition and ease doing business.
      • Eliminate policies unnecessarily undermining markets through government intervention.
      • Enable trade for job creation.
      • Efficiently scale up the banking sector.
    • Introducing the idea of trust as a public good, which gets enhanced with greater use.
    • The survey suggests that  policies must  empower transparency and  effective enforcement using  data  and technology.

    Key Highlights of Economic Survey 2020

    • Economic Survey 2020 talked about a new phrase called ‘Thalinomics’ which is the economy of a plate of food in India. It says that food plates are becoming more affordable in India now indicated improvement in the welfare of the common man. Survey said that Thali price moderation led to Rs 10,887 gain per household per year. The survey claimed that a whopping 2.62 crore jobs were created in India during 2011-12 to 2017-18.
    • India's economic growth is expected to "strongly rebound" to 6-6.5 per cent in 2020-21 from 5 per cent estimated in the current fiscal. The Survey said there are tentative signs of bottoming out of slowdown in manufacturing activity and global trade, which will have a positive impact on growth in the next fiscal.
    • Considering the urgent priority of the government to revive growth in the economy, the fiscal deficit target may have to be relaxed for the current year, the survey said.The Economic Survey 2019-20 has proposed India can create well-paid four crore jobs by 2025 and eight crore by 2030 by integrating “assemble in India for the world” into government’s Make in India initiative and exporting network products that can give substantial push to India’s target of becoming a $5 trillion economy.India's GDP growth is neither overestimated nor underestimated and the concerns on data are unfounded. It said that cross-country comparisons are fraught with risks of incorrect inference due to various confounding factors that stem from such inherent differences.
    • Government interventions like debt waiver or food subsidies end up creating distortions in the functioning of the free market. The Survey says that debt waiver scehems disrupt credit culture and disrupt formal credit flow to the very farmers it aims to benefit.
    • The country needed to spend $1.4 trillion on infrastructure to remove the constraints in growth, as power shortages, inadequate transport and poor connectivity affects overall growth performance, and to achieve a GDP of $5 trillion by 2024-25.
    • India's balance of payments position improved to USD 433.7 billion by September 2019 from USD 412.9 billion of forex reserves in March 2019, says Economic survey 2019-20. India's foreign reserves are comfortably placed at USD 461.2 billion as on 10th January 2020. Further, the external debt levels remained low at 20.1 per cent of GDP by the end of September 2019.
    • The Economic Survey has pinned its hope on uptick in growth of cumulative GST collections in October 2019 and November-December to contain fiscal deficit at the budgeted 3.3 per cent for FY2020.
    • The Survey suggested providing ESOPs to public sector bank employees to enable them to become owners in the banks. Employee stock ownership plans (ESOPs) will incentivise the bank employees to embrace risk-taking and innovation continually, it said.
    • It takes more documents to open a restaurant in Delhi as compared to documents needed for a license to procure new arms and major fireworks, says the Economic Survey for 2019-20.
    • Funding of the Rs 102 lakh crore National infrastructure pipeline recently unveiled by the Indian government “would be a challenge”, the Economic Survey for 2019-20 said.
    • The survey cited a new selloff mode. In the model, the government can transfer its stake in the listed CPSEs to a separate corporate entity which would be managed by an independent board and would be mandated to divest the government stake in these CPSEs over a period of time.
    • As per the pre-Budget survey, services exports have outperformed goods exports in the recent years, due to which India's share in the world's commercial services exports has risen steadily over the past decade to reach 3.5 per cent in 2018, twice the share in world's merchandise exports at 1.7 per cent.
    • Indian companies garnered nearly Rs 74,000 crore through public issuance of equity and debt during April-December this fiscal, a 66 per cent jump from the preceding financial year, with rights issue emerging as the most preferred route for financing business needs. Companies had raised Rs 44,355 crore in the April-December period of 2018-19.
    • In India, affordability of vegetarian 'thalis' improved more compared to non-vegetarian 'thalis' in last 13 years. Affordability of vegetarian 'thalis' improved by 29 per cent while that for non-vegetarian 'thalis' by 18 per cent from 2006-07 to 2019-20. As a result, an average household of five individuals that eats two vegetarian 'thalis' a day, gained around Rs 10,887, on average per year, while a non-vegetarian household gained Rs 11,787, on average per year.
    • The Survey pointed out high drop out rates at various levels of schooling and lack of affordability in higher education as areas of concern. The Survey emphasised that Samagra Shiksha 2018-19, was launched to envisage school education as a continuation from pre-school to senior secondary level to provide access to education to all.
    • According to the Survey, foreign tourist arrivals to India on e-visas, which are available for 169 countries, have increased from 4.45 lakh in 2015 to 23.69 lakh in 2018 and stood at 21.75 lakh in January-October 2019, recording nearly 21 per cent year-on-year growth in the tourism sector.
    • India's mineral output has witnessed a notable turnaround on account of reform measures initiated by the government.

    January 29, 2020

    Padma Awardees 2020 Full List (Padma Vibhushan, Padma Bhushan and Padma Shri) Quick Review - PDF Download

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    The Union Government has recently announced Padma Awards for the year 2020. Former Union Ministers Arun Jaitley, Sushma Swaraj and George Fenandes were posthumously honored with the 2nd Highest Civilian honor of India, Padma Vibhushan. Renowned Olympic boxing champion Mary Kom, Former Mauritius prime minister Anerood Jugnauth have also been honoured with the Padma bhushan.

    Former defence minister Manohar Parriker will be posthumously honored with Padma Bhushan along with Olympian badminton player P V Sindhu.

    Zaheer Khan (Cricketer), Rani Rampal (Hockey player), Jitu Rai (Shooter) and famous Cine personalities Karan Johar, Ekta Kapoor, Kangana Ranaut, Adnan Sami, Suresh Wadkar are among 118 who have been awarded Padma Shri. Here is the complete winners list. You can download pdf version of this list from HERE. Happy Reading :)

    Padma Awards 2020 in Numbers (Important)

    • Total approved Padma Awards for the year 2020 : 141
    • Padma Vibhushan : 7
    • Padma Bhushan : 16
    • Padma Shri : 118
    • Women : 34
    • Posthumous : 12
    • Foreigners/NRI/PIO/OCI : 18
    • Duo Cases (* in a duo case, the award is counted as one) : 4

    Complete List of Padma Awardees 2020


    1. Arun Jaitley (Posthumous) ---Public Affairs ---Delhi
    2. Sushma Swaraj (Posthumous) ---Public Affairs ---Delhi
    3. George Fernandes (Posthumous) ---Public Affairs ---Bihar
    4. Chhannulal Mishra ---Art ---Uttar Pradesh
    5. M. C. Mary Kom ---Sports ---Manipur
    6. Sir Anerood Jugnauth GCSK ---Public Affairs ---Mauritius
    7. Sri Vishveshateertha Swamiji Sri Pejavara Adhokhaja Matha Udupi (Posthumous) --Others-Spiritualism ---Karnataka


    1. Manohar Gopalkrishna Prabhu Parrikar (Posthumous) ---Public Affairs ---Goa
    2. Syed Muazzem Ali (Posthumous) ---Public Affairs ---Bangladesh
    3. Ajoy Chakravorty ---Art ---West Bengal
    4. Anand Mahindra ---Trade and Industry ---Maharashtra
    5. Anil Prakash Joshi ---Social Work ---Uttarakhand
    6. Balkrishna Doshi ---Others-Architecture ---Gujarat
    7. Dr. Tsering Landol ---Medicine ---Ladakh
    8. Krishnammal Jagannathan ---Social Work ---Tamil Nadu
    9. M. Mumtaz Ali (Sri M) ---Others-Spiritualism ---Kerala
    10. Manoj Das ---Literature and Education ---Puducherry
    11. Muzaffar Hussain Baig ---Public Affairs ---Jammu and Kashmir
    12. Neelakanta Ramakrishna Madhava Menon (Posthumous) ---Public Affairs ---Kerala
    13. P. V. Sindhu ---Sports ---Telangana
    14. Prof. Jagdish Sheth ---Literature and Education ---USA
    15. S. C. Jamir ---Public Affairs ---Nagaland
    16. Venu Srinivasan ---Trade and Industry ---Tamil Nadu

    PADMA SHRI (118)

    1. Abdul Jabbar (Posthumous) --Social Work ---Madhya Pradesh
    2. Adnan Sami ---Art ---Maharashtra
    3. Agus Indra Udayana ---Social Work ---Indonesia
    4. Barry Gardiner ---Public Affairs ---United Kingdom
    5. Batakrushna Sahoo ---Others-Animal Husbandry ---Odisha
    6. Benichandra Jamatia ---Literature and Education ---Tripura
    7. Bharat Goenka ---Trade and Industry ---Karnataka
    8. Bimal Kumar Jain ---Social Work ---Bihar
    9. Binapani Mohanty ---Literature and Education ---Odisha
    10. Bob Blackman ---Public Affairs ---United Kingdom
    11. C. Kamlova ---Literature and Education ---Mizoram
    12. Chewang Motup Goba ---Trade and Industry ---Ladakh
    13. Chintala Venkat Reddy ---Others-Agriculture ---Telangana
    14. Dalavai Chalapathi Rao ---Art ---Andhra Pradesh
    15. Daya Prakash Sinha ---Art ---Uttar Pradesh
    16. Dr. Arunoday Mondal ---Medicine ---West Bengal
    17. Dr. Bangalore Gangadhar ---Medicine ---Karnataka
    18. Dr. Damayanti Beshra ---Literature and Education ---Odisha
    19. Dr. Digambar Behera ---Medicine ---Chandigarh
    20. Dr. Gurdip Singh ---Medicine ---Gujarat
    21. Dr. Kushal Konwar Sarma ---Medicine ---Assam
    22. Dr. Leela Joshi ---Medicine ---Madhya Pradesh
    23. Dr. Narindar Nath Khanna ---Medicine ---Uttar Pradesh
    24. Dr. Padmavathy Bandopadhyay ---Medicine ---Uttar Pradesh
    25. Dr. Prasanta Kumar Pattanaik ---Literature and Education ---USA
    26. Dr. Prithwindra Mukherjee ---Literature and Education ---France
    27. Dr. Purushottam Dadheech ---Art ---Madhya Pradesh
    28. Dr. Raman Gangakhedkar ---Science and Engineering ---Maharashtra
    29. Dr. Ravi Kannan ---R. Medicine ---Assam
    30. Dr. Romesh Tekchand Wadhwani ---Trade and Industry ---USA
    31. Dr. Sandra Desa Souza ---Medicine ---Maharashtra
    32. Dr. Shanti Roy ---Medicine ---Bihar
    33. Dr. Sushovan Banerjee ---Medicine ---West Bengal
    34. Dr. Tetsu Nakamura (Posthumous) ---Social Work ---Afghanistan
    35. Dr. Vajira Chitrasena ---Art ---Sri Lanka
    36. Dr. Yogi Aeron ---Medicine ---Uttarakhand
    37. Ekta Kapoor ---Art ---Maharashtra
    38. Enamul Haque ---Others-Archaeology ---Bangladesh
    39. Gafurbhai M. Bilakhia ---Trade and Industry ---Gujarat
    40. Gloria Arieira ---Literature and Education ---Brazil
    41. Guru Shashadhar Acharya ---Art ---Jharkhand
    42. H. M. Desai ---Literature and Education ---Gujarat
    43. Harekala Hajabba ---Social Work ---Karnataka
    44. Harish Chandra Verma ---Science and Engineering ---Uttar Pradesh
    45. Himmata Ram Bhambhu ---Social Work ---Rajasthan
    46. Indira P. P. Bora ---Art ---Assam
    47. Jagdish Lal Ahuja --- Social Work --- Punjab
    48. Jai Prakash Agarwal ---Trade and Industry ---Delhi
    49. Javed Ahmad Tak ---Social Work ---Jammu and Kashmir
    50. Jitu Rai ---Sports ---Uttar Pradesh
    51. Jogendra Nath Phukan ---Literature and Education ---Assam
    52. K. V. Sampath Kumar & Vidushi Jayalakshmi K.S. (Duo)* ---Literature and Education-Journalism ---Karnataka
    53. Kalee Shabi Mahaboob & Sheik Mahaboob Subani (Duo)* ---Art ---Tamil Nadu
    54. Kalyan Singh Rawat ---Social Work ---Uttarakhand
    55. Kangana Ranaut ---Art ---Maharashtra
    56. Karan Johar ---Art ---Maharashtra
    57. Kattungal Subramaniam Manilal ---Science and Engineering ---Kerala
    58. Kazi Masum Akhtar ---Literature and Education ---West Bengal
    59. Khan Zaheerkhan Bakhtiyarkhan ---Sports ---Maharashtra
    60. Lalitha & Saroja Chidambaram (Duo)* ---Art ---Tamil Nadu
    61. Lia Diskin ---Social Work ---Brazil
    62. Lil Bahadur Chettri ---Literature and Education ---Assam
    63. M. K. Kunjol ---Social Work ---Kerala
    64. M. P. Ganesh ---Sports ---Karnataka
    65. Madan Singh Chauhan ---Art ---Chhattisgarh
    66. Madhu Mansuri Hasmukh ---Art ---Jharkhand
    67. Manilal Nag ---Art ---West Bengal
    68. Manmohan Mahapatra (Posthumous) ---Art ---Odisha
    69. Manohar Devadoss ---Art ---Tamil Nadu
    70. Meenakshi Jain ---Literature and Education ---Delhi
    71. Mitrabhanu Gountia ---Art ---Odisha
    72. Mohammed Sharif ---Social Work ---Uttar Pradesh
    73. Moozhikkal Pankajakshi ---Art ---Kerala
    74. Munna Master ---Art ---Rajasthan
    75. N. Chandrasekharan Nair ---Literature and Education ---Kerala
    76. Narayan J. Joshi Karayal ---Literature and Education ---Gujarat
    77. Naveen Khanna ---Science and Engineering ---Delhi
    78. Nemnath Jain ---Trade and Industry ---Madhya Pradesh
    79. Oinam Bembem Devi ---Sports ---Manipur
    80. Pawar Popatrao Bhaguji ---Social Work ---Maharashtra
    81. Pradeep Thalappil ---Science and Engineering ---Tamil Nadu
    82. Prem Watsa ---Trade and Industry ---Canada
    83. Prof. Abhiraj Rajendra Mishra ---Literature and Education ---Himachal Pradesh
    84. Prof. Indra Dassanayake (Posthumous) ---Literature and Education ---Sri Lanka
    85. Pu Lalbiakthanga Pachuau ---Literature and Education-Journalism ---Mizoram
    86. Radhammohan & Sabarmatee (Duo)* ---Others-Agriculture ---Odisha
    87. Rahibai Soma Popere ---Others-Agriculture ---Maharashtra
    88. Ramjee Singh ---Social Work ---Bihar
    89. Rani Rampal ---Sports ---Haryana
    90. Robert Thurman ---Literature and Education ---USA
    91. S. P. Kothari ---Literature and Education ---USA
    92. S. Ramakrishnan ---Social Work ---Tamil Nadu
    93. Sanjeev Bikhchandani ---Trade and Industry ---Uttar Pradesh
    94. Sarita Joshi ---Art ---Maharashtra
    95. Sathyanarayan Mundayoor ---Social Work ---Arunachal Pradesh
    96. Sayed Mehboob Shah Qadri alias Sayedbhai ---Social Work ---Maharashtra
    97. Shahbuddin Rathod ---Literature and Education ---Gujarat
    98. Shanti Jain ---Art ---Bihar
    99. Shiv Datt Nirmohi Literature ---and Education ---Jammu and Kashmir
    100. Shyam Sunder Sharma ---Art ---Bihar
    101. Sudhir Jain ---Science and Engineering ---Gujarat
    102. Sujoy K. Guha ---Science and Engineering ---Bihar
    103. Sundaram Verma ---Social Work ---Rajasthan
    104. Suresh Wadkar ---Art ---Maharashtra
    105. Tarundeep Rai ---Sports ---Sikkim
    106. Trinity Saioo ---Others-Agriculture ---Meghalaya
    107. Tulasi Gowda ---Social Work ---Karnataka
    108. Usha Chaumar ---Social Work ---Rajasthan
    109. Ustad Anwar Khan Mangniyar ---Art ---Rajasthan
    110. Utsav Charan Das ---Art ---Odisha
    111. V. K. Munusamy Krishnapakthar ---Art ---Puducherry
    112. Vashishtha Narayan Singh (Posthumous) ---Science and Engineering ---Bihar
    113. Vijay Sankeshwar ---Trade and Industry ---Karnataka
    114. Vijayasarathi Sribhashyam ---Literature and Education ---Telangana
    115. Yadla Gopalarao ---Art ---Andhra Pradesh
    116. Yazdi Naoshirwan Karanjia ---Art ---Gujarat
    117. Yeshe Dorjee Thongchi ---Literature and Education ---Arunachal Pradesh
    118. Yogesh Praveen ---Literature and Education ---Uttar Pradesh
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    January 24, 2020

    Jair Bolsonaro (Brazil President) is the Chief Guest of 71st Republic Day 2020

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    The President of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro is on a 4 day visit to India. This is his 1st ever visit to our country. During this visit, he will be attending the prestigious 71st Republic Day Parade of India on 26th January 2020 as the Chief Guest. He will be accompanied by 8 ministers, four members of the Brazilian Parliament, senior officials and a large business delegation. Prime Minister Narendra Modi had invited him to India during the BRICS Summit in November 2019. Bolsonaro has been the 38th president of Brazil since 1 January 2019.

    The main aim of his visit to India is to "re-energise" the bilateral strategic partnership by boosting trade and investment, and deepening cooperation in key sectors such as defence and energy. He will also hold talks with our Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Ram Nath Kovind. A total of 15 MOUs along with the investment protection and facilitation treaty will be signed during this visit.

    Important Note : This will be the 3rd time that a Brazilian President will be the Chief Guest at the Republic Day. Last time in the year 2004, then Brazilian president Luiz InĂ¡cio Lula da Silva has attended as the Chief Guest of our Republic Day Parade. Last year (2019), President of South Africa Cyril Ramaphosa was the Chief Guest. Before that, in the year 2018, there were 10 Guests (Heads of ASEAN States). 

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    January 22, 2020

    New MD & CEOs for SBI, BoB, Bank of India and Canara Bank

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    The Indian government has announced the appointments of new Managing Director and Chief Executive Officers (MD & CEO) for 4 Public Sector Banks namely Canara Bank, Bank of Baroda, Bank of India and State Bank of India (SBI).

    State Bank of India (SBI) : Challa Sreenivasulu Setty has been appointed as the new Managing Director of State Bank of India (SBI) for a period of 3 years, which is extendable for another two years. He is currently working as the Deputy Managing Director of the bank.

    Canara Bank : L V Prabhakar has been appointed as the new MD & CEO of Canara Bank which is going to be amalgamated with Syndicate Bank. He will be the bank's MD & CEO with effect from 1st February 2020 to 31st December 2022. He is going to replace R A Sankar Narayan. He is currently working as the executive director of Punjab National Bank (PNB).

    Bank of Baroda (BoB) : Sanjiv Chadha has been appointed as the new MD & CEO of Bank of Baroda for a 3 year term. He is going to replace P S Jayakumar, who left the office in October 2019. He is currently working as the MD & CEO of SBI Capital Markets.

    Bank of India (BoI)
    : Atanu Kumar Das (AK Das) who is currently working as the Executive Director of Bank of India (BoI) has been elevated to the post of MD & CEO. He will head the bank for three years from date of assuming office. He is going to replace Dinabandhu Mohapatra who demitted office in June 2019.

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    November 16, 2019

    Sorry for Not Posting in a While

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    Dear friends, extremely sorry for not posting in a while. In the past few weeks I had encountered some health issues and some roadblocks in my everyday life that I had to sort through, which unfortunately left our Gr8AmbitionZ on the backburner for a while.

    Things are going well now. Thank you so much for your awesome wishes. I’m recovering well and will be as good as new very very soon! You will get regular updates from Gr8AmbitionZ  (both pending and new) from 1st December 2019 along with Hindu Editorials, Daily & Monthly Current Affairs). May God Bless you all :)

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    November 10, 2019

    10th November 2019 Daily Current Affairs - PDF Download

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    Dear Great Ambitionists, here are today's (10th November 2019) Important Current Affairs updates. You can download the pdf version of these current affairs from below link. Check complete Daily Current Affairs of the year 2019 from HERE. Happy Reading :)

    Daily Current Affairs of 10th November 2019

    International Current Affairs
    • Today (10th November) is World Science Day for Peace and Development (WSDPD) / World Science Day.
      • This day is annually observed on November 10 to raise awareness of the benefits of science worldwide.
      • World Science Day for Peace and Development 2019 Theme : "Open Science, leaving no one behind".
    • External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar will be on a 3 day visit to Netherlands from tomorrow.
      • During this visit, he will hold comprehensive discussion on bilateral and multilateral issues of mutual interest.
      • He will also interact with members of the foreign affairs committee of the House of Representatives of the Dutch Parliament and Dutch dignitaries across the political spectrum. 
    • Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan is visiting United Arab Emirates (UAE). 
      • During this visit, he will attend the inaugural Ministerial session of Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference
      • Accompanied by officials and business delegation, the Minister is scheduled to meet his UAE counterpart Minister of Energy and Industry, Suhail Mohamed Faraj Al Mazrouei
      • Both the countries will discuss issues of bilateral hydrocarbon as well as steel sector engagements. 

    November 09, 2019

    4th to 9th November 2019 Daily Current Affairs - PDF Download

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    Dear Great Ambitionists, here are the important Current Affairs of 4th to 9th November 2019. You can download the pdf version of these current affairs from below link. Check complete Daily Current Affairs of the year 2019 from HERE. Happy Reading :)

    Daily Current Affairs of 4th to 9th November 2019

    International Current Affairs
    • 8th November 2019 was observed as World Usability Day.
      • This day was established in the year 2005 by the Usability Professionals Association, (now the User Experience Professionals Association).
      • Aim of World Usability Day :  to promote the values of usability, usability engineering, user-centered design, universal usability, and every user's responsibility to ask for things that work better.
      • Theme of World Usability Day 2019 “Design for the Future We Want”.
    • 6th November 2019 was observed as International Day for Preventing the Exploitation of the Environment in War and Armed Conflict.
      • This day was established on 5th November 2001 by the United Nations General Assembly, during Kofi Atta Annan's tenure as Secretary-General.
      • Aim of this day : To educate people about the damaging effects of war and armed conflict on the environment.
    • 5th November 2019 was observed as the World Tsunami Awareness Day.
      • Aim of this Day : to spread awareness among people across the world about Tsunami. 
      • The United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) had constituted the day by adopting a resolution in December 2015. 
    • Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be on a 2-day visit to Brazil from the 13th of this month.
      • During this visit, he will attend the 11th BRICS Summit in Brasilia. 
      • This will be the sixth time that Mr Modi participates in the BRICS Summit. His 1st BRICS Summit was at Fortaleza in Brazil in 2014. 
      • Important Note : Theme of 11th BRICS Summit  : "Economic Growth for an Innovative Future”.
    • India in 2020 will host the next edition of 'No Money for Terror' Ministerial Conference on Terrorism- Financing
      • The conference is a group of countries that focuses on countering terror financing.
    • New Zealand has passed a "zero carbon" bill that aims to reduce the country's carbon emissions to zero by 2050 and meet its commitment under the Paris climate agreement. 
    • US President Donald Trump administration has filed paperwork with the United Nations (UN) to withdraw the United States (US) from the Paris climate agreement
      • President Trump in 2017, while announcing the US' withdrawal, had said the climate accord would negatively impact the US economy and kill jobs. 
    • PM Narendra Modi on Saturday inaugurated Kartarpur Corridor.
      • This will allow pilgrims to travel to Gurudwara Darbar Sahib in Pakistan
      • Modi flagged off the procession of around 500 pilgrims, which also includes ex-PM Manmohan Singh, Punjab CM Amarinder Singh and actor-politician Sunny Deol. 
    National Current Affairs
    • 9th November is National Legal Services Day.
      • This day was first started by the Supreme Court in the year 1995 all across the India to offer help and support to the weaker and poor group of sections of people (women, disabled persons, Scheduled Tribes, children, Scheduled Castes, human trafficking victims as well as natural calamities victims).
      • Minister of Law and Justice - Ravi Shankar Prasad
    • Pronouncing the verdict in the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid title suit, the Supreme Court ordered that the disputed land must be given to Hindus for the construction of temple and alternate land must be given to Muslims. 
      • Adding the Ayodhya site is one composite site, the court said, "Land measuring 5 acre shall be given to Sunni Waqf Board."
      • While reading out the verdict in the Ayodhya title suit case, the Supreme Court said that Babri Masjid was not constructed on vacant land.  
      • The Supreme Court has also said that the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) has not established whether a temple was demolished to build Babri Masjid. 
        • The court, however, said that the fact that there was a temple beneath the destroyed structure has been established by the ASI.  
        • While pronouncing the verdict, the court also said that Allahabad High Court was wrong in dividing the disputed site into three parts in its 2010 ruling. 
        • Today's verdict coincides with the foundation laying ('shilanyas') ceremony performed on November 9, 1989 by the RSS and Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) leaders. 
        • The 5-judge Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court, which pronounced the verdict is headed by Ranjan Gogoi (Chief Justice of India). 
        • The bench also includes :
          • Justice SA Bobde (He will be the next Chief Justice of India)
          • Justice DY Chandrachud
          • Justice Ashok Bhushan 
          • Justice Abdul Nazeer

    Latest List of current Indian Chief Justices 2020

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    Hi friends, I am Shravan. Akil Abdulhamid Kureshi is going to be the new Chief Justice of Tripura High Court. Before that on 3rd November 2019 4 new Justices namely Ajay Kumar Mittal (Madhya Pradesh High Court), Amreshwar Pratap Sahi (Madras High Court), Hamarsan Singh Thangkhiew (Meghalaya High Court) and Sanjay Karol (Patna High Court) have been took charge. So its time to update the list of current Indian chief justices which is very important for upcoming competitive exams. So here I am providing the updated list as on today (9th November 2019). Happy Reading. 

    Updated List of Indian Chief Justices 2019

    • Abhay Shreeniwas Oka - Karnataka HC
    • Ajay Lamba - Guwahati HC
    • AK Mittal - Madhya Pradesh HC
    • Akil Kureshi - Tripura HC
    • Amreshwar Pratap Sahi - Madras HC
    • Arup K Goswami - Sikkim HC
    • Dhirubhai Naranbhai Patel - Delhi HC
    • Gita Mittal - J&K HC
    • Govind Mathur - Allahabad HC
    • Harish Chandra Mishra - Jharkhand HC
    • Inderjit Mohanty - Rajasthan HC
    • J K Maheshwari - Andhra Pradesh HC
    • Kalpesh Satyendra Jhaveri - Orrisa HC
    • Lingappa Narayana Swamy - Himachal Pradesh HC
    • Mohammad Rafiq - Meghalaya HC
    • Pradeep Nandrajog - Bombay HC
    • R P Ramachandra Menon - Chhattisgarh HC
    • Raghvendra Singh Chauhan - Telangana HC
    • Ramalingam Sudhakar - Manipur HC
    • Ramesh Ranganthan - Uttarakhand HC
    • Ravi Shanker Jha - Punjab & Haryana HC
    • S Manikumar - Kerala HC
    • Sanjay Karol - Patna HC
    • Vikram Nath - Gujarat HC
    Present Chief Justice of Supreme Court : Ranjan Gogoi (He is going to retire on 17th November 2019)

    New Chief Justice of Supreme Court : Justice S A Bobde
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