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Daily current affairs are viable of 27 April 2022. – Here are the Regular current affairs viable of 27 April 2022. covering the following news headlines:  COVID-19 vaccines: DCGI grants EUA (emergency use authorization) to Biological E’s Corbevax for those aged 5-12, Bharat Biotech’s Covaxin for the 6-12 age group, and Cadila Healthcare’s ZyCoV-D for those above 12 years, etc…

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  1. MP govt to give Rs 900 per month to farmers rearing indigenous cows
  • The Madhya Pradesh government has taken a big decision regarding the prosperity and development of the cows. Now the government will give subsidies to the farmer for rearing indigenous cows for natural farming.
  • 900 rupees will be given by the government every month for a cow. Along with this, the government has also taken a tough and tough decision.
  • According to this strong decision, if the cattle is left on the stray road, then the owner of the animal will have to pay a fine of Rs. In order to implement the tough decisions taken, the Shivraj government is going to implement the amendment ordinance in the Municipality Act.
  • This ordinance will be approved with approval in the cabinet meeting to be held on April 26. After getting its approval, it will be implemented only after getting the approval of its Governor. According to the present-day law, there was a provision to charge a fine of Rs.25 per animal for the first time and Rs.50 per animal after that. Which was completely useless.
  1. India enters Guinness Book for waving over 78,000 national flags at Bhojpur, Bihar on April 23
  • On Veer Kunwar Singh Vijayotsav, the state of Bihar is going to make a record at the world level. This world record is going to be made from Jagdishpur in Bhojpur on Veer Kunwar Singh Vijayotsav.
  • In Jagdishpur village, 75 thousand flags will be hoisted simultaneously on the birth anniversary of Babu Veer Kunwar Singh, the great hero of the freedom struggle.
  • Earlier this world record was in the name of Pakistan, which is now going to be broken by India. Villagers have also been cordially invited to participate in this program.
  • A world record will be created by unfurling 75,000 national flags simultaneously on the Vijayotsav of Veer Kunwar Singh in Jagdishpur, Bhojpur. The Guinness Book of World Records team has reached Jagdishpur in Bhojpur regarding this. According to the information, it is being told that about 1600 officials and employees of the Guinness Book of World Records will be in this entire program and the record of the national flag will be recorded there. This record will be made publicly in front of Home Minister Amit Shah.
  1. COVID-19 vaccines: DCGI grants EUA (emergency use authorization) to Biological E’s Corbevax for those aged 5-12, Bharat Biotech’s Covaxin for the 6-12 age group, and Cadila Healthcare’s ZyCoV-D for those above 12 years
  • An expert panel of the Central Drugs Authority of India has recommended the approval of the emergency use of the biological E’s Kovid-19 vaccine Corbevax for children aged about five to 11 years.
  • CDSCOs Subject Expert Committee on COVID-19, however, asked Bharat Biotech to review its Emergency Use Clearance (EUA) application for the use of Covaxin among people aged two to 11 years, or rather, children.
  • Data requested. The Drug Controller General of India (DCGI) had on December 28 last year approved the application of Covovax in adults for limited use in emergency situations and on March 9 this year for the age group of 12 to 17 years under certain conditions.


  1. India could become carbon neutral before its 2070 goal, says IRENA chief Francesco La Camera
  • India’s focus on making its steel sector completely carbon-free and developing offshore wind power will help and support it to become carbon neutral ahead of its promised target of 2070, the Director-General of the International Renewable Energy Agency has said.
  • IRENA’s Francesco La Camera told the Reuters Global Markets Forum late on Monday that India is a country “very serious” about meeting the challenges and is very much interested in the development of offshore wind power.
  • La Camera said that India was “on track” to reach its 2030 commitment to producing as much as 50% of its energy from non-fossil fuels.
  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi has raised India’s Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) target of non-fossil energy capacity by 2030 to 500 gigawatts (GW) from just 151 gigawatts at present.
  • India’s onshore wind capacity is more than 40 GW, and the capacity of grid-connected or centralized solar power plants is estimated at 60 GW.
  1. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman interacts with Semiconductor ecosystem industry leaders in San Francisco
  • Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman held a meeting with representatives of the US semiconductor industry this Monday and cordially invited them to invest in India.
  • The Finance Minister informed me about the opportunities available in India for companies based in Silicon Valley.
  • He said that the Government of India is committed to becoming a trusted and reliable player in the entire semiconductor sector with encouragement through the Semiconductor Mission.
  • The government had last year approved a total plan of Rs 76,000 crore to boost semiconductor and display manufacturing in the country.
  • The main objective or objective of this scheme is to establish India as a high technology-based production center on the global level and to attract large chip manufacturers.
  1. India, Maldives plan interconnection for transferring renewable power
  • Shri Singh lauded the resolve of the Government of Maldives to achieve the goal of zero emissions by the year 2030 with 100% confidence.
  • During this meeting, both the leaders proposed two types of MoUs. The first MoU was signed on Energy Cooperation and the second MoU was signed on Transmission Interconnection under One Sun, One World, One Grid (OSOWOG).
  • India and Maldives have proposed to establish transmission interconnections for renewable energy transfer as part of the One Sun, One World, and One Grid initiative, with the aim of facilitating and facilitating Maldives’ electricity transmission program.


  1. world stationery day
  • World Stationery Day is celebrated every year on the last Wednesday of the month of April. This year it falls on April 27, the last Wednesday of the month of April.
  • It is celebrated to mark the importance of stationery and to promote writing on paper as compared to using computers.
  • It is celebrated on this day across the world by enthusiasts to save and encourage the use of stationery. With the improvement in technology and the use of digital gadgets, the need to write by hand has finally become insignificant.
  • But still, there are many people who like to write by hand, they enjoy it. The main objective of World Stationery Day is to make people around the world realize the fun and importance of hand writing.

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