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Daily GK Current Affairs viable of 24 June 2022

Daily GK Current Affairs News is viable of 24 June 2022. – Here are the Regular current affairs viable of 24 June 2022 covering the following news headlines: Indira Gandhi International Airport, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, Border Roads Organization, World Gold Council Report, Ookla Speedtest Global Index.

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Here current affairs have been categorized which is as follows

  • National News
  • States News
  • Banking News
  • Sports News
  • Miscellaneous News

National News

  1. Union Minister Piyush Goyal inaugurates Mango Festival in Belgium 
  • Union Minister of Commerce and Industry Piyush Goyal inaugurated a “Mango Festival” in Brussels, Belgium to raise awareness among Europeans and establish a market for Indian mangoes in Europe.
  • India is a large supplier of mangoes to the rest of the world, but most mangoes end up in the Middle East rather than Europe.
  • During the event, Banganapalli from Andhra Pradesh, Malihabad Dashari of Uttar Pradesh, Amrapali of Odisha, Lakshman Bhog, Himsagar, Jardalu Mango, Langda Mango as well as 12 GI-tagged items were on display.
  1. First India-Nepal Bharat Gaurav tourist train flagged off
  • The First Bharat Gaurav tourist train connecting places associated with the Ramayana Circuit in India and Nepal was flagged off from the Safdarjung Railway Station in New Delhi.
  • The Bharat Gaurav train carrying 500 tourists from India will arrive at the Janakpur Dham railway station in Nepal.
  • The Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation’s (IRCTC) 18-day Shri Ramayana Yatra special tourist train will take pilgrims to sacred places associated with the life of Lord Ram.
  • Union Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw along with Minister of Tourism and Culture G. Kishan Reddy flagged off the train.

States News

  1. Gujarat CM Bhupendra Patel launches 17th ‘Shala Praveshotsav’ 
  • In Gujarat, Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel has launched the 17th ‘Shala Praveshotsav’ campaign to enroll students in the state’s primary schools.
  • The three-day enrollment drive began from Memadpur Primary School in Vadgam taluka of Banaskantha district.
  • According to official sources, state officials including IAS and IPS officers and Members of Parliament and Legislative Assembly will visit various schools in the state and enroll children in class one.

Banking News

  1. RBI delays implementation of provisions for issuing credit and debit cards 
  • The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has extended the deadline for implementation of several master instructions issued on the issuance of debit cards and credit cards. For three months from 1 July 2022 to 1 October 2022.
  • The following Master Direction provisions will now be effective from October 1, 2022, the central bank announced in a circular. The decision was taken keeping in view the various comments of industry stakeholders.
  1. The government department will work with SBI, to establish an integrated pension platform 
  • In order to improve the quality of life for seniors, the State Bank of India (SBI) and the Department of Pension & Pensioners Welfare (DoPPW) of the Centre will work together to develop an integrated pension platform.
  • SBI field employees were given sessions on pension policy reforms and digitization relating to the disbursement of pensions to central government pensioners at a two-day banker’s awareness event in Udaipur, Rajasthan.
  • To cover the entire nation, four such awareness campaigns would be carried out in partnership with the State Bank of India.
  • According to a statement from the ministry of personnel, public complaints, and pensions, special sessions on income tax issues pertaining to pensioners were organized, and they were also informed about the digital methods of presenting annual life certificates.

Sports News

  1. India jump two spots to 104 in the FIFA rankings 
  • The Indian football team has reaped a good harvest from its impressive Asian Cup qualification campaign as it jumped two places to 104th in the latest FIFA World Rankings released.
  • The Blue Tigers are placed just below New Zealand (103), who missed out on a place in the 2022 FIFA World Cup after losing 0-1 to Costa Rica in the Intercontinental Play-off earlier this month. However, India’s ranking among the members of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) remains stable at 19th position.
  • Brazil remained on top for three months after taking the top spot from Belgium (second).
  • Argentina jumped one place to third at the expense of France (fourth), which cost four winless games in the UEFA Nations League.

Miscellaneous News

  1. Delhi airport becomes India’s first to run entirely on hydro and solar energy
  • Delhi Airport or Indira Gandhi International Airport has become the first airport in the country to run entirely on hydro and solar power from this month in a major step toward achieving the ambitious goal of becoming a Net Zero Carbon Emission Airport by 2030.
  • Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL), a GMR Infrastructure Limited-led consortium, which manages and operates the Delhi Airport, has signed a long-term power purchase agreement (PPA) with a Himachal Pradesh-based hydropower producing company for the supply of hydroelectricity for the airport until 2036.
  1. High carbon emitters receive incentives to reduce their footprint 
  • India is proposing a number of policies to encourage the setting up of carbon capture facilities by industries with high carbon emissions such as steel, cement, and thermal plants. Production-linked incentive programs, viability gap funding, or carbon credits can all be used to provide incentives.
  • The government could issue carbon credits that could be exchanged on carbon exchanges or a PLI program that would tie incentives to how much carbon is collected and used.

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