One Liners Current Affairs- August 25, 2021

One Liners Current Affairs- August 25, 2021

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One Liners Current Affairs- August 25, 2021

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One Liners Current Affairs

  • The government of Andhra Pradesh establishes coaching and hostel price slabs for junior colleges.
  • Air Chief Marshal RKS Bhadauria, the chief of the Indian Air Force (IAF), evaluates the status of air power programmes.
  • K’taka requests that IT businesses let techies to work from home until December of next year.
  • Yogi Adityanath, Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, would provide 20L gas connections under Ujjwala 2.0.
  • Gail Omvedt, a Dalit scholar from the United States, died in Sangli (Maharashtra)
  • The annual income ceiling for Telangana’s Economically Weaker Sections (EWS) quota is established at Rs 8L.
  • The BJP is conducting a ‘ek booth, 100 votes’ (one booth, 100 votes) campaign to garner 100 Muslim votes in each UP booth.
  • P. Rajavelu, senior leader of the All India NR Congress (AINRC) and member of the Puducherry legislative assembly, files candidacy for the position of Deputy Speaker in Puducherry.
  • Goa’s government will finally have its own bullet-proof cars for VIP transportation, according to Chief Minister Pramod Sawant.

One Liners Current Affairs

  • Covid-19 has been related to an increased risk of blood clots following surgery.
  • Andhra students place first and second in the Telangana EAMCET 2021.
  • The Telangana government has appointed V.C. Sajjanar as managing director of the Telangana State Road Transport Corporation in place of Cyberabad Police Commissioner V.C. Sajjanar (TSRTC).
  • Julius Dorphang, an ex-Meghalaya MLA, was sentenced to 25 years in prison for raping a juvenile.
  • The CBI court in Hyderabad has postponed its decision on a plea seeking to revoke Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Jagan Mohan Reddy’s bail in an alleged corruption case until September 15.
  • The Madras High Court prohibits a 10% quota for economically disadvantaged people (EWS) in medical/dental seats.
  • According to the Madras High Court, the 10.5 percent Vanniyar quota is subject to our final ruling.
  • The Taliban issues a ‘death warrant’ for an Afghan divorcee living in India.
  • The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) charges 18 people in a Rs 209-crore bank fraud case.
  • Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy, Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, announced a Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine (PCV) programme to prevent newborn pneumonia.
  • The Ministry of Jal Shakti has launched ‘SUJALAM,’ a 100-day drive to establish more open defecation-free (ODF) communities across the country.

One Liners Current Affairs

  • Kerala Minister A.K. Saseendran receives a clean chit from police in the phone call case
  • China is negotiating with the Taliban to extend the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) to Kabul.
  • India will shortly begin a “Mission” to improve air quality.
  • Keshaw Singh, the General Secretary of the LJP (Paras) faction, filed a complaint against LJP President Chirag Paswan.
  • During the continuing Covid epidemic, the Union Health Ministry published new rules for internal travel across the country.
  • In a four-year-old narcotics case, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) has summoned 12 Tollywood actors and filmmakers, including Rakul Preet Singh, Rana Daggubati, and Ravi Teja.
  • Heartfelt tributes were given to those who died 14 years ago in the twin bomb attacks at Gokul Chat and Lumbini Park in Hyderabad.
  • Pankaj Kumar Singh and Sanjay Arora, both IPS officials, have been appointed as the new Directors General of the Border Security Force and the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP), respectively.
  • The government plans to hold a massive tourist festival in Leh.

One Liners Current Affairs

  • India, Brazil, and South Africa have talks about marine security, terrorism, and transnational crime.
  • A Kannada panel is requesting that K’taka place-names on Google Maps be corrected.
  • Canada’s troops will remain in Afghanistan until August 31: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
  • The United States Congress accepts Biden’s $3.5 trillion budget proposal.
  • Former Foreign Minister Mangala Samaraweera of Sri Lanka died after contracting the coronavirus.
  • Landlords in K’taka demand that Afghan students pay rent or depart.
  • Japan will extend the state of emergency to eight additional prefectures.
  • Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett has arrived in the United States for his first formal meeting with American President Joe Biden on regional and global security concerns, with an emphasis on Iran.
  • The European Union (EU) will provide $236 million in humanitarian help to Afghanistan.
  • 24 individuals were hospitalised in the United Kingdom as a result of poisonous gases at a hotel spa in Hampshire, southeast England.

One Liners Current Affairs

  • The Greek government increases Covid requirements for unvaccinated citizens.
  • Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte declared his intention to run for Vice President in the May 2022 elections.
  • Syrian Parliament Speaker Hammouda Sabbagh has demanded that Western sanctions be lifted.
  • Algeria has severed diplomatic ties with Morocco, according to Foreign Minister Ramtane Lamamra.
  • Yemen receives $665 million in Special Drawing Rights (SDR) allocation from the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
  • Hurricane Henri causes enormous damage in the United States
  • Syria denies the US claim of a chemical strike in 2013.
  • The arrest of the Taliban has fueled desperation among many Afghans, according to UN human rights director Michelle Bachelet.
  • The United States House of Representatives adopts voting rights legislation.
  • The Pakistan Supreme Court summons the government in connection with journalist harassment.
  • The Japanese government will give antigen screening kits to kindergartens and schools.
  • Sri Lanka will begin issuing digital Covid immunisation cards.

One Liners Current Affairs

  • Masoud Andarabi, an ex-Afghan minister, publishes horrifying images of Taliban slaughtering young children.
  • Syed Ahmad Shah Saadat, an ex-Afghan politician, now serves meals on a bicycle in Germany.
  • The Taliban admits that women are unsafe in the presence of its militants.
  • TECNO, a worldwide smartphone brand, opens its first unique retail location in New Delhi.
  • Assam inks Memorandums of Understanding with 38 microfinance organisations to assist borrowers.
  • PM Modi tells the car industry: Change outdated ways and practises
  • Niti Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant: R&D investment in electric mobility and exports are critical for the auto sector’s success.
  • The auto industry’s long-term growth has slowed dramatically: Kenichi Ayukawa, President of SIAM and Managing Director and CEO of Maruti Suzuki
  • This year, banks will launch a countrywide credit outreach programme: Nirmala Sitharaman, Minister of Finance
  • The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs approves a $15 billion FDI plan in Anchorage Infrastructure.
  • On the National Monetisation Pipeline, Sitharaman said, ‘Nothing will be auctioned off.’

One Liners Current Affairs

  • The government has approved a fair and remunerative price (FRP) of Rs 290 per qtl for sugarcane growers.
  • Under the National Pension Scheme, the relatives of dead bank workers would receive up to 30% of the employee’s last drawn pay (NPS).
  • Increased localization through PLI will strengthen industry: Union Heavy Industries Minister Mahendra Nath Pandey
  • Capital market regulator SEBI mandates that former Yes Bank MD and CEO Rana Kapoor’s bank and demat accounts be released.
  • The Union Cabinet has approved a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) and the Institute of Professional Accountants of Russia (IPAR).
  • Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia has urged states and union territories to rationalise VAT on aviation turbine fuel (ATF) across all airports to a range of 1% to 4%.
  • Future Retail has announced the immediate hiring of Sadashive Nayak as CEO of the business.
  • The trailer for ‘Mumbai Diaries 26/11’ begins with a homage to frontline workers.
  • HBO has cancelled the adolescent drama ‘Betty’ after two seasons.
  • At the Army Sports Institute in Pune, actor Randeep Hooda meets Olympic legend Neeraj Chopra.
  • Six-time US Open champion Serena Williams withdraws from the tournament due to a hamstring injury.
  • Pakistan fast bowler Shaheen Afridi gets into the top-10 in Test rankings after an 18-wicket performance in the West Indies.
  • Simran, the bronze medalist in the Junior World Championships, is greeted warmly at Chandgiram Akhara.

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