Current Affairs

This Page is dedicated to posting about the current affairs in India. Here you will find updates on different current affairs pertaining from various government exams and grants to various government schemes.

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Current Affairs – 5 May 2020

1. Centre completed the integration of Cold Chain Projects The Union Minister of Food Processing Industries Harsimrat Kaur Badal held a video conference with the promoters of the completed Integrated Cold Chain Projects on 4 May. The promoters of 38 cold

Current Affairs – 4 May 2020

1. ‘One nation, one ration card’ scheme: 5 more states & UT’s added to the initiative One nation, one ration card’ scheme will help 60 crore beneficiaries to purchase subsidized food grains using their existing ration card from the fair price

Current Affairs – 1 May 2020

International Labour Day is discovered on 1 May International Labour Day or Worker’s day is well known on 1 May every year. The day aims to celebrate labourers and also labour. The day promotes international labour associations. Events: The day is

Current Affairs – 30 April 2020

1. CSIR transferred Electrostatic Disinfection Technology for Commercialization CSIR-Central Scientific Instruments Organisation (CSIR-CSIO), Chandigarh, has designed and developed Electrostatic Disinfection Machine, an innovative technology for effective disinfection and sanitization to fight against COVID-19 pandemic. Electrostatic Disinfection Technology: Electrostatic Disinfection Machine will

Current Affairs – 29 April 2020

1. NTRO: Increase in Cyber Attacks due to work from home On April 29, 2020, the National Technical Research Organization has reported that the number of cyberattacks in the country has increased due to the work from home scenarios. According to

World Day for Safety and Health at Work is observed on 28 April

It also aims to provide support to the national efforts for the improvement of national OSH systems and programs which are in line with relevant international labor standards. World Day for Safety and Health at Work is a UN International Day

United Nations warns of “Hunger Crisis”

The COVID-19 outbreak, according to the organization, is to starve more than 130 million people. Also, the poor will be stuck due to the decline in exports, tourism, and collapse in oil prices. Also, there is a huge decline in foreign