One Liners Current Affairs- August 26, 2021

One Liners Current Affairs- August 26, 2021

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One Liners Current Affairs- August 26, 2021

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  • A. Revanth Reddy, president of the Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee (TPCC), blasted Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao for abandoning his adoptive village Muduchintalapally in the Medchal Malkajgiri district.
  • Uttar Pradesh’s ‘Nivesh Mitra’ Industrial Single Window Portal propels the state to second place in ease of doing business.
  • President Ram Nath Kovind will undertake a four-day tour to Uttar Pradesh today.
  • The Centre has accepted all nine names proposed by the Supreme Court Collegium for appointment as Supreme Court justices, including three women.
  • Pankaj Kumar Singh, a senior IPS officer from the Rajasthan cadre’s 1988 batch, has been named Director General of the Border Security Force (BSF).
  • RailTel Corporation of India has completed the installation of an Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based Identification System in 48,000 government schools in Assam.
  • The Western Railway has ordered 470 cameras with real-time facial recognition technology created by the Russian firm NtechLab.
  • The CBI has filed a new FIR in the Srijan case in Bihar.
  • Heart inflammation is more prevalent after Covid than after the Pfizer vax, according to a study.
  • M.K. Stalin, Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, introduces legislation to provide a 7.5 percent quota for govt school students in professional courses.

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  • The Yogi Adityanath government in Uttar Pradesh is planning to name the Lucknow Cancer Institute after former Chief Minister Kalyan Singh.
  • The Uttar Pradesh government has suspended eleven police officers, including three SHOs, in connection with the Agra hooch disaster.
  • V. Vijayasai Reddy, a senior YSRCP politician and Rajya Sabha member, stated on Thursday that Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy has been working on attracting Rs 36K crore in investment and 75K employment.
  • 140 Afghan Sikhs were prevented from attending the birth anniversary of Guru Tegh Bahadur in India.
  • In 2021, India liberalises UAS activities under Drone Rules.
  • Arun Pathak, president of the Vishwa Hindu Sena, promises a prize for Narayan Rane’s head.
  • The Karnataka government will establish a food processing and agricultural goods authority.
  • The government of Karnataka clarifies the ‘Work From Home’ guideline for IT workers.
  • Announcement of freebies unrelated to AAP electoral promises: Pramod Sawant, Chief Minister of Goa
  • Bail application of accused Hina Jabir Baig in the Ullu fraud case denied

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  • Punjab is changing the rules for appointing athletes to government posts.
  • Puducherry spent 93 percent of its budget: Tamilisai Soundararajan, Lieutenant Governor
  • The Centre certifies the appointment of five judges to the Calcutta High Court.
  • The second dosage of Johnson & Johnson’s Covid-19 vaccination offers a significant anti-Covid boost.
  • Education should not be turned into a business:

Chairman of the Andhra Pradesh School Education Regulatory and Monitoring Commission (APSERMC).

  • The hardship of Afghans and students touched Kerala Governor Arif Mohammed Khan.
  • The National Commission for Scheduled Castes (NCSC) orders Patna police to submit a report on the murder of ADM’s son.
  • The CRPF would provide protection for CBI personnel investigating post-election violence in Bengal.
  • Russia considers over 150 man-portable US missiles in the hands of Afghan terrorists to be a serious terror danger.
  • Punjab permits the installation of paddy straw-fired boilers in industries.
  • Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai will file a case with the Centre against Tamil Nadu’s ‘illegal’ irrigation plans.
  • According to the ‘State of Climate in 2020’ study, the 2020 North Indian Ocean (NIO) tropical storm season was the most expensive in recorded history, with losses exceeding $16 billion.

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  • According to top court sources, nine new Supreme Court justices, including three women, will be sworn in on August 31.
  • The Gujarat government intends to appeal the High Court’s decision on the ‘love jihad’ statute.
  • The Odisha government has authorised an Emergency Covid Response Plan (ECRP) in response to Covid 3.0.
  • Mansukh Mandaviya, India’s Minister of Health and Family Welfare, has taken over as Chairperson of the Stop TB Partnership Board.
  • Defence Minister Rajnath Singh stated that genomics will be critical in combating Covid-19 and improving healthcare.
  • A bitter feud between Telangana minister Malla Reddy and TPCC chairman A. Revanth Reddy erupted over charges of land theft.
  • US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin mandates immunisation for all active-duty and reserve personnel.
  • The government of Bangladesh has been asked not to’reform’ Hindu laws.
  • As flames rage, California secures a disaster declaration.
  • The ‘Rome of Britain’ is in danger of losing its Unesco World Heritage status.

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  • The Sri Lankan government will grant six-month tourist visas to individuals who apply using an electronic system.
  • Former Japanese Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida intends to run against Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga in the governing party’s leadership election.
  • A 43-million-year-old whale called Anubis, the Ancient Egyptian deity of death.
  • Three Punjabi males were detained in Canada’s Brampton city for engaging in sex trade with an underage girl.
  • The Communist Party of Nepal (Unified Marxist Leninist) (CPN-UML), the Himalayan nation’s largest political party, has legally split, with a group registering a new party with the Election Commission.
  • Texas Governor Greg Abbott has declared a moratorium on Covid-19 vaccination requirements.
  • Unvaccinated persons in Los Angeles are more than 29 times more likely to be hospitalised.
  • Oregon will send up to 560 out-of-state medical personnel.
  • ‘Qatar to play key role in Afghanistan conflict, safeguarding India’s interests’
  • Japan’s ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) will hold leadership elections on September 29th.
  • Despite local resistance, the Australian government has approved rocket launches from the state of South Australia (SA).

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  • Japan suspends the use of 1.63 million Moderna dosages due to contamination.
  • Republicans are concerned about allegations that Ghani left with $169 million in cash.
  • When Islamist radicals seize control, horror ensues: Tom Tugendhat, a British Member of Parliament
  • The auto sector is growing at a slower pace, according to Maruti Suzuki India Chairman RC Bhargava.
  • Under the Indian BRICS Chairship, India’s Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman co-chairs the 2nd BRICS Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors (FMCBG) with Reserve Bank of India Governor Shaktikanta Das.
  • India has given clearance for the relaunch of Boeing 737 Max operations in the nation for safety reasons.
  • Assam refinery signs an agreement with the Inland Waterways Authority of India (IWAI) to transport large cargo from other states.
  • ONGC’s second oil rig at Kalol will be operating by mid-September.

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  • Extending RoDTEP benefits to the tobacco sector will enhance exports.
  • GMR Hyderabad Air Cargo (GHAC), a subsidiary of GMR Air Cargo and Aerospace Engineering Limited, has begun handling next-generation containers.
  • Ajay Kumar has been named Executive Director of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) (ED).
  • The government will create a special incentive programme to assist 75 companies.
  • Actors Vijay Sethupathi and Taapsee Pannu reveal the first look at their next film ‘Annabelle Sethupathi.’
  • Nusrat Jahan, a popular Bengali actress and Trinamool Congress MP, has given birth to a son.
  • Sharon Stone, star of ‘Basic Instinct,’ will receive the Golden Icon Award at the 17th Zurich Film Festival.
  • Alka Yagnik and Kumar Sanu, two well-known Bollywood singers, will participate on ‘Dance Deewane.’
  • Ted Dexter, former England captain and President of the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC), has died at the age of 86.
  • Two-time winner Venus Williams and Sofia Kenin have withdrawn from the US Open, which begins on August 30.

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