Current Affairs | Release Date 2021-03-10 17:28:36
Current Affairs | Release Date 2021-03-10 17:28:36

• The GOI Department of Science and Technology has taken many initiatives to provide support to women from all walks of life to promote their careers in the STEM field. Some of them will be discussed below. Vigyan Jyoti: Since December 2019, the program has been running in 50 Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas (JNV).

• Two Indian Naval Ships are planned for the historic port town of Mongla in Bangladesh from March 8 to 10, 2021 to commemorate the ongoing Swarnim Vijay Varsh and reaffirm the friendship between India and Bangladesh. The two ships are INS Sumedha, which is a indigenously built Offshore Patrol vessel; and INS Kulish, which is a guided missile corvette made by the country. This is the first visit by an Indian Naval Ship to the port of Mongla in Bangladesh.

• The President held a conservation project at Singorgarh Fort in Damoh District (MP). It is an old hill fortress of the Gondwana dynasty, with hills all over the forested area. Singorgarh Fort is located in Damoh District, Madhya Pradesh. The fort is the residence of the ruler of Gond in Central India. Prior to this, the fort was under the rule of the Chandela rulers in the BundelKhand region.

• The Memorandum of Understanding between the Ministry of Agriculture and Farmer Welfare and the Central Silk Board is aimed at implementing a model for the integration of agriculture and forestry in the silk sector under the currently implemented Sub-Mission on Agroforestry (SMAF) Scheme.

• The Prime Minister will hold the opening ceremony of “Maitri Setu” in India and Bangladesh on March 9. The bridge “Maitri Setu” was built on the Feni River, which flows between the Indian border in Tripura State and Bangladesh. “Maitri Setu” symbolizes the growing bilateral and friendly relations between Bangladesh and India.

• The Heritage Foundation, an American conservative think tank, launched the “Economic Freedom Index.” In the index, Singapore has ranked high in the world for the second consecutive year. The compilation of the index covers 184 countries, from July 2019 to June 2020. Singapore’s overall score improved by 0.3 points to 89.7.

• In a recent round of bloodletting, a protester was shot dead in Myanmar. The UN Security Council prepares to stage anti-coup demonstrations at escalating meetings crisis. United Nations Security Council: The Security Council was established in accordance with the United Nations Charter in 1945. The council has 15 members that comprise 5 permanent members and 10 non-permanent members. The members are elected for a two-year term.

• The Center for Humanities and Economics calls on manufacturers such as Nike and Adidas to stop the world’s largest commercial slaughter of terrestrial wild animals. Kangaroos are marsupials of the Macropodidae family. Describe the largest species in the family, namely the red kangaroo, the Antigua kangaroo, the eastern grey kangaroo and the western grey kangaroo. Kangaroos are native to Australia and New Guinea.

• India is the world’s third-largest oil importer. India stated that due to rising prices, the decision of major producers to continue to cut production may threaten the recovery of consumption in some countries. The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and its allies (known as OPEC+) agreed to increase supplies in April because they are waiting for a further sharp rise in demand during the COVID-19 pandemic.

• Fishermen in Odisha rescued a whale shark. Whale sharks are the largest sharks and the largest sharks of all fishes alive today. Whale sharks are the largest sharks and the largest sharks of all fishes alive today. They travel long distances to find enough food to maintain their huge size and reproduce.

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