Daily Current Affairs 02 Oct 2019
We collect Daily Current Affairs For You.02 October 2019 Don’t Take Tension to Read News Paper Daily Current Affairs We are here to Collect NEWS for You. Book Mark our Site Now to get Instant Update.
On October 2, every year Gandhi Jayanti is celebrated for Mahatma Gandhi’s birthday.
The father was born in Porbandar, Gujarat on 2 October 1869.
To the world’s prominent leaders and also into our lives is an inspiration.
From: The Father of the Nation.· Nom: the Father is also regarded as the “Father of the Country.”
International Day of Non-Violence
October 2 marks the birthday of Mahatma Gandhi, a major player in India’s independence, as an International Day of Non-Violence.
To the degree of the message of non-violence, including education and public awareness, the 15 June 2007 General Assembly adopted a resolution defining International Day of Non-violence.
National Anti-Drug Addiction Day
On 2 October each year, the National Day for Addiction to Drugs is observed.
Holding India drug-free and retaining talent is the priority of the day.
Mahatma Gandhi, the father of the country, was condemning drug use.
Towards chronic brain disease, this drug addiction leads. Drogen is one of our society’s greatest evils.
- Kathmandu has published a book called “Sikh Heritage of Nepal.”
The book published by the Indian Embassy emphasizes the relation between Nepal and the Sikh, which goes to Guru Nanak Dev who visited Nepal during his third Udasi.
The book also highlights the important contribution made by the Sikh community to Nepal’s growth.
The Sri Chand(1494–1643), son of Guru Nanak, the founder and firstGuruofSikhism is the basis of Udasi a religious sect of Asceticscentered in northern India.
They were key interpreters of the Sikh doctrine and custodians of important Sikh shrines until the Gurdwara Reform Movement in the Akali movement in India during the early 20’s. This movement led to the introduction in 1925, by Shiromani Gurdvara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC), of the Sikh Gurdwara Act, which established all the historical shrines of the Sikh of India.
The Nepal Rastra Bank has issued commemorative coins to mark the 550th anniversary of the Guru Nanak Dev. Coins of 2,500, 1,000 and 100 Nepalese rupees have been released in Kathmandu during a special ceremony.
A student from MIT has invented a new algorithm that generates a portamento effect between two in real time audio signals. Throughout music, “portamento” refers to gliding a tone at a frequency in a note of a lower or higher pitch, a term used for hundreds of years. But only instruments, like the human voice, string instruments and trombones, which can differ in pitch constantly, can take this effect off. Now a MIT student created a new algorithm that creates a portamento effect in real time between two different audio signals.
He received his article describing the algorithm at the recent International Digital Audio Effects Conference, the “Best Student Paper.”
Shri Prakash Javadekar, Minister of the Union of Environment, Forestry and Climate Change (MoFE&CC), opened an exhibition special on Yasnaya Poliana, the birthplace of Tolstoy in Russia, on Mahatma Gandhi and Leo Tolstoy.
In the exhibition, their correspondence and thought process were presented and emphasized in an extremely artistic way.
Some of the Munt Blanc mountain glacier is at risk of crash, leading to the closing of roads and evacuation of alpine hamlets by italian authorities. The melting of mountain ice glaciers and the retrenchment of polar ice sheets lead to increasing global temperatures. Also the white mountain in French is called Mont blanc. It is the highest mountain in the Alps and the highest mountain in the European Union, rising 4,808 m above sea level. The Italian-French border crosses the Mont Blanc plateau, making it both French and Italian.
National & International News
The IPCC issued the Special Report in a Changing Climate Context about the Ocean and the Cryosphere.
— The new Ocean and cryosphere Report is the last of a three series of reports to be produced by the IPCC in order to evaluate climate change impacts on specific topics.
•The first of these was published in October last year and discusses the possibility of reducing global temperature increases to within 1.5 ° C from pre-industrial times.
•A study on how soil systems respond to and are affected by climate change followed in August this year.
Between 2006 to 2015, ice sheets of Greenland lost an average annual ice mass of 278 billion tons, with the Antarctic ice sheet losing an average mass of 155 billion tons per year.
A snow lost an average of 220 billion tons of Ice every year in areas outside these two regions, like the Himalayan glaciers.
BETHER The term “cryosphere” encompasses all those parts of the Earth where the atmosphere is solidly shaped including sea ice, lake ice, river ice, snow cover, glaciers, ice caps and frozen soil (including permafrost).
Illegal flats in Maradu, Kochi
In Maradu, Kochi which violates norms of coastal zone regulation, the Supreme Court ordered the demolition of illegal homes and demanded interim compensation from the state government of Kerala by each flat owner Rs 25 lakh.
The demolition case of the Coastal Regulation Area (CRA) Guides in more than 300 apartments in Kerala’s Kochi was put before the Supreme Court in 2016.
The complex has 357 flats, and at least 1,500 people have migrated to the area over the past 8 years at the backwater banks of the vibrant suburb of Maradu in Kochi.
Kerala’s State Coastal Zone Management Authority (KSCZMA) appealed to the top court in 2016 and said that the backwaters in violation of the CRZ III requirements came close to five houses, which were four inhabited and one under construction.
• The region should be relatively unscathed and untouched, in compliance with CRz III, when informed. No buildings within 200 meters from the coast are permitted in CRZ-III territory.
In May of this year, the SC ordered 357 waterhead apartments to be demolished, alleging that the CRZ requirements are being violated.
−In September it pulled the state up and issued an ultimatum for not enforcing its policy.