One Liners Current Affairs- August 27, 2021

One Liners Current Affairs- August 27, 2021

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One Liners Current Affairs- August 27, 2021

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  • The National Commission for the Protection of Child Rights said that over 1 lakh children were orphaned or lost a parent as a result of Covid (NCPCR)
  • The Youth Congress organises a demonstration against the National Monetisation Pipeline.
  • Union Agriculture and Farmers Welfare Minister Narendra Singh Tomar announced the commencement of the “National Food and Nutrition Campaign” for farmers.
  • A dashboard for transparency is proposed as part of the proposed National Mission on Air Pollution as part of the National Clean Air Programme (NCAP).
  • K’taka is preparing to hold the Common Entrance Test (CET)-2021 in 530 locations.
  • The Shree Jagannatha Temple Management Committee (SJTMC) approved a comprehensive proposal for a temple servant housing development.
  • Former Delhi BJP chairman Satish Upadhyay has been appointed Vice Chairperson of the New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC).
  • For the first time, the Congress has selected two transgender people as Secretaries of the Maharashtra Pradesh Congress Committee (MPCC).

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  • The Uttar Pradesh administration of Yogi Adityanath is planning to rename Sultanpur Kush Bhawanpur.
  • Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao wished Chief Justice of India Justice N.V. Ramana a happy birthday on Friday.
  • For travellers arriving from Kerala, Bihar requires an RT-PCR negative report.
  • The Uttar Pradesh government is constructing the state’s first handicrafts park at Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority Sector 29. (YEIDA).
  • Well-known multifaceted personality M.V. Noushad died in a private hospital in Thiruvalla.
  • The President allows the addition of nine justices, including three women, to the Supreme Court, increasing its working strength to 33 from the sanctioned level of 34.
  • Maharashtra: ‘Mission Vatsalya’ is a programme for women who have lost their spouses as a result of COVID-19.
  • The first edition of the North Eastern Region District SDG Index Report and Dashboard 2021-22 is now available; East Sikkim is ranked top.
  • Tabrez Rana, the son of famed poet Munawar Rana, has been granted bail in a fake shooting case.
  • The Education Ministry’s innovation unit, AICTE, and BPR&D (Bureau of Police Research and Development) announce the MANTHAN 2021 programme to develop new concepts and technological solutions for tackling intelligence agencies’ security issues.

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  • Mansukh Mandaviya, Union Minister for Health and Family Welfare, takes over as Chairperson of the Stop Tuberculosis Partnership Board.
  • New voters will get a personalised letter from the EC, as well as a voter identification card.
  • Former Union Minister K J Alphons hands off his book, ‘Accelerating India: 7 Years of Modi Government,’ to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
  • Pt Subhankar Banerjee, a well-known percussionist, dies at the age of 54 in Kolkata.
  • Stockholm World Water Week, August 23-27, online, theme: ‘Building Resilience Faster’
  • HDFC Bank has $1 billion in additional tier I (AT-1) bonds listed on IFSC markets.
  • The Labour Ministry launches the National Database for Unorganized Workers, also known as the e-Shram site.
  • The government has approved the extension of the tenure of three MD-CEOs and ten EDs of PSU banks.
  • The Civil Aviation Ministry relaxes restrictions governing drone operations in the nation, cutting the number of forms required to operate them from 25 to 5 and the types of fees paid by the operator from 72 to 4.
  • The Civil Aviation Ministry enters an agreement with the Adani Group to provide services at three airports: Jaipur, Guwahati, and Thiruvananthapuram.

One Liners Current Affairs

  • On Women’s Equality Day, NTPC announces the hiring of an all-female engineering class (Aug 26)
  • After two and a half years, the DGCA lifts the ban on Boeing 737 MAX aircraft for commercial flying operations.
  • Nirmala Sitharaman, Finance Minister, chairs the 2nd BRICS Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors Meeting.
  • Mumbai, the country’s financial hub, establishes a Climate Action Plan with the goal of improved future planning.
  • The NITI Aayog and Cisco together unveil the second phase of the Women Entrepreneurship Platform (WEP)
  • The Malabar drill, including fleets from all four Quad countries (India, the US, Australia, and Japan), begins off the coast of Guam.
  • Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot had angioplasty surgery.
  • On September 6-15, China, Pakistan, Mongolia, and Thailand will take part in the “Shared Destiny-2021” defence exercise in China.
  • The Tamil Nadu Higher Education Department will work with the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) in Bombay to provide students with practical training.
  • Algeria severes diplomatic relations with ‘hostile’ Morocco.

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  • Ayodhya has been fortified in preparation for President Ram Nath Kovind’s visit to the holy city.
  • Development requires discipline: President Kovind speaks at a Sainik School event in Uttar Pradesh.
  • The Directorate of Medical Education (DME) in Tamil Nadu would punish doctors who refuse to serve in the government.
  • Amitabh Thakur, an ex-IPS officer from Uttar Pradesh, is launching a new political party.
  • Union Minister Smriti Irani speaks at the G20’s first-ever ministerial summit on women’s empowerment.
  • Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh lays the foundation stone for the Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Law University in Tarn Taran.
  • Indian Air Force Chief Air Chief Marshal RKS Bhadauria conducts a review of Eastern Air Command in the face of Chinese threats.
  • The Union Home Ministry cannot waive expenses for the deployment of Central Armed Police Forces (CAPF) in states (MHA)
  • Former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Kalyan Singh’s ashes were immersed in the Ganga in Bulandshahr, Uttar Pradesh.
  • 140 million students worldwide have their first day of school postponed: UNICEF

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  • Beginning Friday, Mysuru University prohibited female students from moving around the campus after 6.30 p.m.
  • Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman tells Tripura that it would receive more externally assisted projects.
  • M.K. Stalin, Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, announces programmes worth Rs 317.4 crore for Sri Lankan Tamil refugees.
  • Former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi was worshipped as a Goddess in the MP village.
  • Mizoram has a record narcotics haul of Rs 25 crore, and two Assam men have been arrested.
  • The Drug Controller General of India has found the first mRNA vaccination to be safe and has approved it for Phase 2/3 studies.
  • India cannot win future battles if it is reliant on imports: Chief of Defence Staff (CDS), General Bipin Rawat
  • India’s Agriculture and Farmers Welfare Minister Narendra Singh Tomar believes that the BRICS countries can lead the globe in reducing hunger.
  • According to the Bihar government, the new Patna airport would not be relocated to Chapra.
  • In Tennessee schools, 90 percent of teachers and 89 percent of non-teaching employees received their first vax dose: Ma Subramanian, Tamil Nadu’s Health Minister

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  • On September 1, the iconic Lingaraj Temple in Bhubaneswar will reopen to worshipers.
  • According to Indian Navy Chief Admiral Karambir Singh, “India must adjust to new maritime orientation norms in the Indo-Pacific.”
  • Kabul attacks: 12 US troops were killed and 15 were injured in two suicide bombs outside Kabul International Airport.
  • UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres is monitoring the situation in Kabul with “with worry,” particularly at the airport.
  • Despite the Kabul airport bombings, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has stated that the UK will continue to evacuate Afghans.
  • Over 60 people were murdered in Kabul bombings, including 12 US military personnel.
  • Volkan Bozkir, President of the United Nations General Assembly’s (UNGA) 75th session, urges for the protection of civilians in Afghanistan.

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  • Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador encourages the United States to spend more in Central America in order to reduce immigration.
  • The meeting between visiting Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett and US President Joe Biden has been rescheduled following the Kabul bombings.
  • For the first time since January, the number of Covid hospitalizations in the United States exceeds 100,000.
  • In Egypt’s capital, Cairo, a three-way conference will be convened to address the Palestine problem.
  • Initial unemployment claims in the United States have risen to 353,000.
  • Canada’s airlift operation from Kabul comes to an end.
  • German Chancellor Angela Merkel cancels a visit to Israel due to the Afghan issue
  • According to Iraqi President Barham Salih, the Baghdad summit aspires to construct a new regional order.
  • According to an International Committee of the Red Cross official, the situation in Afghanistan is a crisis inside a crisis (ICRC).
  • The United States Supreme Court lifts the federal eviction moratorium.

One Liners Current Affairs

  • Pakistan and India should meet to discuss unresolved issues: Taliban
  • Australia has approved Covid-19 immunisation for all persons starting at the age of 12, expanding on the current advice for those aged 16 and older.
  • Four people were killed and scores were injured in a blast at a Kazakhstan weapons storage.
  • Malaysia’s new Prime Minister, Ismail Sabri Yaakob, has announced his cabinet, but no Deputy Prime Minister has been chosen.
  • The Uttar Pradesh government intends to launch its own one district, one product (ODOP) e-commerce platform.
  • With crude hovering around $70 per barrel, oil marketing firms (OMC) keep fuel prices stable.
  • The Uttar Pradesh government will construct the first handicrafts park at Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority Sector 29. (YEIDA).
  • Union Minister of Power and New and Renewable Energy R. K. Singh writes to Union Ministers and Chief Ministers on the usage of electric vehicles for official purposes.

One Liners Current Affairs

  • The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) will be the face of the Centre’s asset monetisation strategy.
  • For a period of six months, SEBI prohibits Kotak Mahindra AMC from introducing new FMP products.
  • Deputy Governors M.K. Jain and M. Rajeshwar Rao of the Reserve Bank of India met with the MDs and CEOs of all 11 Small Finance Banks (SFBs)
  • The pilot of a Biman Bangladesh flight has a heart attack mid-flight and the plane lands in Nagpur.
  • The government signs a Rs 1,350 crore contract with Mahindra Defence for anti-submarine warfare (ASW) defence systems.
  • Effective September 1, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) boosts the incentive for banks to distribute coins to the general population to Rs 65 per bag.
  • The government will strengthen the position of ‘The Jan-Dhan Yojna’ much further.

* M.V. Noushad, a well-known chef, caterer, and film producer, has died.

* Nimisha Ahirwar, MP Village’s first female police sub-inspector, is the first big ‘KBC 13’ winner.

* ‘Tomorrowland,’ a leading global event brand, has announced the launch of its own label, ‘Tomorrowland Music.’

* The first ‘KBC13’ crorepati is blind. Bundela, Himani

* Kristen Stewart as Princess Diana dazzles in ‘Spencer’ trailer

* Wimbledon champion and world No.1 Ashleigh Barty of Australia will face 2010 US Open runner-up Vera Zvonareva of Russia in the first round of the US Open, which begins on August 30.

* After defeating India in the World Test Championship (WTC), New Zealand captain Kane Williamson is looking forward to the ICC T20 World Cup.

* Right-arm fast bowler Matt Henry has been brought in to replace Covid-hit Finn Allen in New Zealand’s side to face Bangladesh.

* Afghanistan players Rashid Khan and Mohammad Nabi are devastated by the Kabul bombings.

* Following the Indian men’s hockey team’s bronze medal in Tokyo, head coach Graham Reid sets new goals for his players.

* Chris Cairns, a former New Zealand all-rounder, has returned to Canberra but is paralysed in both legs due to a stroke.

* Former Indian cricketer Kirti Azad backs under-pressure Kohli, stating that every cricketer’s career has ups and downs.

* Dutch bowler Frederique Overdijk became the first pacer in T20I history to collect seven wickets.

* Iconic tennis stars Leander Paes and Mahesh Bhupathi are thrilled to share their bromance-to-breakup journey with their fans in the seven-part series ‘Break Point.’

* According to Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) president Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh, a Pro Wrestling League might be formed shortly if Tata approves.

* The Indian Army has named a stadium in Pune after Olympic gold medalist Neeraj Chopra.


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