One Liners Current Affairs- August 3, 2021

One Liners Current Affairs- August 3, 2021

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One Liners Current Affairs- August 3, 2021

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1-The 2021 Police Commemoration Day will be dedicated to “Covid fighters.”

2-The Ministry of Home Affairs has limited the Delhi government’s request to raise the pay of Delhi’s Members of Legislative Assembly (MLAs).

3-The Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) takes action after 5 young males make derogatory comments about women on social media.

4-The global Covid-19 caseload exceeds 198.8 million.

5-Turkey is still battling huge flames in seaside resorts.

6-Benny Gantz, Israel’s Defense Minister, has called for “action against Iran.”

7-Covid-19 is expected to worsen in the United States, according to Anthony Fauci, White House top medical adviser.

8-The AAP has petitioned Goa Governor P.S. Sreedharan Pillai in response to CM Pramod Sawant’s rape ‘victim-shaming’ remark.

9-Natasha Peri, an 11-year-old Indian-American kid, has been selected to the world’s “brightest” pupils list based on the results of above-grade-level testing of 19,000 children from 84 nations.

10-The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) conducts surprise inspections at the Central Institute of Mining and Fuel Research (CIMFR) in Dhanbad.

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11-UST, a digital transformation solutions business, plans to recruit over 10,000 people worldwide, including in India.

12-Mizoram accuses Assam of maintaining an economic embargo.

13-Rohit Ghai is one of the best Michelin-starred chefs set to amaze at the Dubai Expo 2020.

14-Rahul Gandhi, the Congress leader, rides his bicycle to Parliament to protest the gasoline price increase.

15-Via August 6, the first Hindi film, ‘Oye Mamu!,’ will be released on the Book My Show app.

16-Higher Education Minister K.T. Jaleel of the first Pinarayi Vijayan administration has petitioned the Supreme Court against both the Lok Ayukta and the following Kerala High Court decision.

17-Bangladesh has seen the greatest number of single-day dengue cases this year.

18-India will maintain the focus on terrorism while it heads the UN Security Council, according to India’s Permanent Representative T.S. Tirumurti.

19-On Tuesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi stated that opposition parties are disrespecting parliament and the constitution by interrupting it.

20-According to the Supreme Court, mere harassment without any concrete action on the side of the accused does not constitute aiding and abetting suicide under Section 306 of the IPC.

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21-Tunisian President Kais Saied has fired two ministers from Hichem Mechichi’s cabinet, which was deposed as Prime Minister on July 25.

22-Lindsey Graham, a Republican senator from the United States, tested positive for Covid.

23-Canon India introduces new printers for small businesses.

24-Twitter has shut down its ‘Fleets’ feature, which is similar to Instagram Stories.

25-The government of Andhra Pradesh has announced a Rs 30 lakh cash award for PV Sindhu’s bronze medal-winning performance in the current Tokyo Olympics.

26-It’s festival time in Savita Punia’s home Rajasthan hamlet.

27-According to reports, no one was killed when an army helicopter crashed in Jammu and Kashmir’s Kathua area on Tuesday.

28-Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has blamed the country’s escalating violence on the rapid departure of US-led forces.

29-The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has approved the biggest grant of Special Drawing Rights (SDRs) in history.

30-International Media Acquisition Corp (IMAC) has announced the completion of its $200 million initial public offering (IPO).

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31-The AIADMK and the DMK clash over the centennial of the Tamil Nadu Assembly.

32-Kareena Kapoor Khan is a supporter of the effort to empower craftsmen.

33-Scientists in China have created the world’s first high-resolution, three-dimensional picture of a monkey brain, which may one day lead to therapies for illnesses like Parkinson’s.

34-In the midst of the debate, the Lok Sabha approves the Essential Defence Services Bill.

35-CBSE class 10 results have been released, with 99.04 percent of pupils deemed to have passed.

36-Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, Iran’s Supreme Leader, has approved Ebrahim Raisi as the Islamic Republic’s next President.

37-Peru’s new government announces a pro-integration foreign policy.

38-The Australian opposition suggested a financial incentive for people to be vaccinated against Covid-19 on Tuesday, as Sydney, the country’s most populated city, battled the newest epidemic caused by the Delta strain.

39-Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy sent birthday greetings to Governor Biswa Bhusan Harichandan on Tuesday.

40-Windows 365 is now accessible for commercial and corporate customers.

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41-Flood relief: The Maharashtra government approves an assistance package worth Rs 11,500 crore

42-CEEW- Council on Energy, Environment and Water

43-Arvind Kejriwal, the Chief Minister of Delhi, has launched ‘Delhi@2047,’ a campaign to make Delhi a ‘world-class’ metropolis for Indian-origin females. Natasha Peri (11) of New Jersey and Priyamvada Deshmukh (12) of Dubai have been selected to the world’s “brightest” pupils list.

44-Ola Electric Mobility Pvt Ltd, an electric scooter manufacturer, will debut electric scooters on August 15.

45-After a three-month hiatus, the Odisha government offices are back up and running.

46-The Lok Sabha was adjourned after the passage of the Tribunals Reform Bill, 2021.

47-The Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party, one of Goa’s oldest regional parties, is interested in forming an alliance with the AAP for the 2022 Goa Assembly elections.

48-Australian researchers discovered that the seeds of the herb Nigella sativa, often known as Kalonji, may be used to treat Covid-19 infection.

49-The Kerala High Court has postponed the release of the Kerala Engineering Architecture Medical (KEAM) admission results.
50-On Tuesday, actors Akshay Kumar, Vaani Kapoor, and Lara Dutta came in Delhi to premiere the teaser for their film ‘Bell Bottom.’

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51-A major fire breaks out at the Haldia Petrochemicals facility in West Bengal’s East Midnapore area.

52-Prime Minister Narendra Modi will preside over an open discussion on marine security at the United Nations Security Council. The Deep Ocean Mission would cost Rs 4,077 crore and will be executed over a five-year period.

53-The ‘Robin Hood Army’ will help vaccinate the poor and provide 5 million meals.

54-Amazon is giving a $10 reward for palm print biometrics: Source

55-The Directorate of Urban Local Bodies (DULB) of Haryana has given a conditional exemption from the Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) Rules.

56-The majority of IT companies in Hyderabad choose hybrid as their future work paradigm.

57-Shalini Talwar, the wife of rapper Yo Yo Honey Singh, has filed a domestic assault complaint against him.

58-India will sign a financing agreement with the World Bank for the second phase of dam repair.

59-The Global Kashmiri Pandit Diaspora (GKPD) requests that the Centre distance itself from Meenakshi Lekhi’s ‘victim shaming’ comments.

60-Farmers will profit from the installation of 200 Agro-Automatic Weather Stations.

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61-The United States has approved the sale of the Harpoon Joint Common Test Set to India for $82 million.

62-The Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) has extended the deadline for electronic submission of different forms. IndiGo will start a trial programme for the ‘IATA Travel Pass.’

63-The Supreme Court has ruled that states have the authority to release prisoners prematurely after 14 years.

64-M.K. Stalin, the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, will launch the doorstep healthcare programme on Thursday.

65-Lara, who portrays Indira Gandhi in ‘Bell Bottom,’ describes the role as a “once in a lifetime chance.”

66-Agriculture is a bright light in the economy, notwithstanding Covid-19, which remained at 20.2 percent for the fiscal year 2020-21 as of May 31, 2021.

67- A sub-inspector of police was detained in Telangana’s Mahabubabad district for reportedly trying to rape a trainee.

68- Sukumar, a Telugu film director, contributed Rs 18 lakh to construct two new classrooms at the modest government school in Mattaparru hamlet in Andhra Pradesh’s East Godavari district, where he studied decades ago.


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