Daily Current Affairs Update: 23rd – 24th September 2019

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24 th Sep Current Affairs
24 th Sep Current Affairs

Daily Current Affairs Update: 23rd – 24th September 2019

State News

15th Finance Minister Meets Government Of Sikkim

They observed good potential in tourism, organic farming and horticulture.

It has second-highest per capita income.

National News

Home Minister Amit Shah Announced About Digital Census

Single Multi-Purpose Card 12, OOO Crorers Will  Be Spent

International News

1. India and US Tri-Services

Large scale amphibious HRDR Integrated defence staff

2. Sebi will tighteN the rules on mutual funds

Additional fresh investments

Any standard organisation is asked to provide the minimum exit loan

3. Bharti Airtel and Bharti Axa combined

They combined and formed a pre-paid plan with insurance.

Validity and duration

Awards

1.Ravish Kumar received Gauri Lankesh memorial award 2019

He is a TV anchor, writer, journalist and editor in NDTV

3 books were launched during the ceremony

Schemes

1.A new scheme in Tamil Nadu

Giriraj Singh introduced about a new scheme in Tamil Nadu

A total of Rs.1600 crores

Environment

1.Un  climate action summit

19 countries Portfolios Central pillars

science and technology

1.Facebook’s TIe-UP with a startup on computer commands

Facebook is aiming to perfecting the technologies

These projects are focused by the team of engineers and scientists

The startup is Neurotech

2. Google launches play pass

This provides users with 350 apps and games without ads for android users.

It includes adding new apps and games every month.

 Sports

1.Overview of china in Jiangsu

Spanish badminton player Carolin Martin

World’s no.1 player Kento momota won men’s singles title in 2019 China Open.

2.World wrestling championship in Kazakhstan

6 wrestlers Russia is leading with 19 medals India made 5 medals and ranked 17.

Books and Authors

1.From leeches to slug glue: 25 Explosive Ideas that made modern medicine

It is written by Roopa Pai  It has 25 chapters

Obituaries

1.Madhav Apte passed away in Mumbai

He is former Indian test cricketer and opener.

He played 67 matches.

Polity and Governance

1.Section 102 of the criminal procedure code

Section 102 will not include the power of police to seize or attach immovable properties during the investigation.

Bombay high court stated the no power for the police during the investigation.

New Appointments

1. Nilesh shah appointed as chairman of AMFI

MD and CEO of ICICI bank

He is elected on Friday

 

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