Daily CURRENT AFFAIRS (27 APRIL 2019)
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World Veterinary Day
The World Veterinary Association states that vaccination is an essential tool for preventive veterinary medicine. T he World Veterinary Day 2019, scheduled for 27 April 2019, is a theme of “Value of Vaccination,” and the World Veterinarian Day was created by the International Veterinary Association in 2000 to highlight and advocate lifeserving activities carried out by veterinarians around the world.
Important Short News
- The Chennai weather department warned that a low-pressure system across southern Bay of Bengal would turn into a cyclone storm called Fani. An early warning of the sea along the shores of Tamil Nadu and South Andhra has been issued to the fishermen to go back to the coast. Watcher Rain say it could bring water to the summer demands if the cyclone reaches Chennai.
- In Nur-Sultan’s capital Kazakhstan, delegations from Iran, Turkey, and Syrian regime negotiators, including their armed opponents, arrived. More than 370, 000 people have been killed by the Syrian war and millions have been displaced since the conflict started repressing anti-government protests in 2012.
- The Media Summit on Climate Action and Disaster Preparedness in Kathmandu has begun in Asia Pacific Broadcasting Union (ABU). The topic of the summit is’ Sustainable media solutions: saving lives, building resilient communities.’ The summit will focus on The summit’s main aim is to exploit the potential of the media to speed up climate and disaster preparedness and link stakeholders with media professionals for collaboration and joint practical projects.
- The US says the port project Chabahar will not be affected by Iran sanctions. An exception is a separate exception to Afghan reconstruction aid and economic development, which includes Chabahar Port development and operations.
- India urged early revision of the United Nations Security Council which legitimately places Africa at the center and the lead in ensuring that it is reflected in today’s world rather than in 1945. Perhaps the most important and still stagnant processes in the General Assembly were reforming the Security Council. Sanjay Rana, General Director of India’s UN Division, said the next 75th anniversary of the UN, founded in 1945, offers an opportunity for everyone to commit to the work required to accomplish that goal.
- From 13 May a direct flight from Delhi to Dhaka begins. After a gap of over six years the Bangladesh state-owned’ Dhaka-Delhi-Dhaka ‘ airline will restart its journey. No direct flights between the two cities are presently available. A 162 seated Boeing 737-800 plane will be operated three days a week by a national flag carrier on this route. Since the 1980s Biman had operated Delhi flights, but was suspended
National & International News
Special Stamp on Ramayana
In order to celebrate the 1970th anniversary of the establishment of their diplomatic connections with India, Indonesia has issued a special memorial mark on Ramayana. A statement by the Indian Embassy of Jakarta stated a Ramayana scene in which Jatayu valiantly fought to save Sita was a stamp designed by the famous indonesian sculptor Padmashri Bapak Nyoman Nuarta. A version of the stamp specially signed will be exhibited at the Jakarta Philately museum. The meeting was attended by Ambassador Pradeep Kumar Rawat of India and Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs of Indonesia Abdurrahman Mohammad Fachir.
Wireless broadband subscriber
The ICRA has reported that in February 2019 the wireless broadband subscriber base in India increased to 532 million. BEFORE ICRA said in its latest report, a broadband wireless subscriber subscriber base continues to have a strong growth path with a growth of 10.2 million over the month. · The subscriber base wireless broadband is 45% of the total subscriber base, he added. In February 2019, the Indian wireless subscriber base increased to 1.183.7 million, with 1,7 million more subscribers than last month. Bis February was 1,023 million overall active subscribers.
Measles 2019 Measles
In 2019 the United States recorded sixty-nine cases of measles, the most since the disease was declared to have been eliminated in 2000.· Footnote 2 The High Number of Cases in 2019 has mainly resulted from several major outbreaks in Washton and New York, said the Diseases Control and Prevention Centers. A resurgence of a highly contagious disease once eradicated has to do with an increasing anti-vaccine movement in the rich nations, which has been found as a major threat to global health by the World Health Organization. CEE Outbreaks have been confined to tight-knit communities in the United States where vaccination rates are more than 90 percent below a national average
NABARD and NHB
The bank has divided its entire holdings into the National Housing Bank (NHB) and the National Bank of Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) on the basis of recommendation of the second Narasimham Committee. — Further, the RBI has stated that in the last quarter of 2018/19, the total stock of twenty crore rupees in NABard and 1,350 crore rupees in the NHB was sold.
Hits Hardest Sea Creatures
Species that live in the ocean are two times as likely as life on earth to become wiped off because of global warming.− According to a research study carried out at Rutgers University in the United States, greater vulnerability of marine creatures may have significant implications for food and economic activity in fish and shellfish communities.· Research in the Nature newspaper compares first of all its sensitivity to warming and its ability to find heating refuge when residing in its normal habitats to cold-blooded marine and land species. Furthermore, new conservation efforts are required if oceans continue to promote human well-being, nutrition and economic activities. Findings are suggested.
Space and Satellite
First ‘Quake’ On Mars
The robotic lander of NASA’s Mars InSight recorded the first March Quake.· A faint sismic signal recorded on April 6, this year by the United States Space Agency, which is being detected via the lander’s seismic tool.· NASA said the first recorded trembling, as opposed to caused by force over the surface, such as wind, seemingly coming from within the planet. • To determine the exact cause of the signal, scientists are still examining the data.
India’s fourth Olympic quota
•Together with India Divyansh Singh Panwar won a silver win in Beijing’s ISSF World Cup and secured the fourth Olympic quota in the country. © Teenage 17-year-old Divyansh finished in second place for pistol and rifle shooter at the 10 m air rifle event of the International Shooting Sport Federation Cup. This is the fourth Tokyo Olympic quota in India in the 2020 period, following the secure berths in early World Cup and World Championships in 2011 of Anjum Mudgil and Apurvis Chandela (10 m air rifle women) and Saurabh Choudhary (10 m Air Pistol men)
Blackbuck National Park
The Bhavnagar District in Gujarat is located at the Blue Blackbuck National Park in Velavadar. The Bhal region of Saurashtra was established in 1976