Top 10 Daily Current Affairs : 28 April 2019

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28 April 2019

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is to issue ₹20 denomination banknotes in the Mahatma Gandhi (New) Series. The new banknote bears the signature of Shri Shaktikanta Das, Governor, Reserve Bank of India. All the banknotes in the denomination of ₹20 issued by the RBI in the earlier series will continue to be legal tender. The appearance of new ₹20 denomination banknote: The ₹20 note will be greenish-yellow in colour. The new banknote has a motif of Ellora Caves on the reverse, depicting... Read More

28 April 2019

The prestigious Master Deenanath Mangeshkar Award 2019 was awarded to National Award-winning filmmaker Madhur Bhandarkar, popular scriptwriter Salim Khan and dancing diva Helen. The award aims to encourage legends from the fields of music, drama, art and social work. Complete list of Awardees: Lifetime Award – Salim Khan Special Award for the contribution to Indian cinema – Madhur Bhandarkar Special Award – Helen Vagvilasini Award – VasantAbaji Dahake Mohan... Read More

category: Awards and Honours

28 April 2019

Pakistani journalist Cyril Almeida has been named as the International Press Institute's 2019 World Press Freedom Hero. He is known for his courageous and hard-hitting coverage of civil-military tensions in the South Asian country.  Almeida was awarded for his tenacious coverage of the Pakistani state's patronage of militant groups. The Pakistani journalist has been at the centre of a marked increase in attacks on media freedom in Pakistan, facing treason charges, travel... Read More

category: International

28 April 2019

Former Indian Army Chief General (Retired) Dalbir Singh Suhag was appointed as India's High Commissioner to the island nation Seychelles on April 25, 2019. He is expected to take up the assignment shortly. Dalbir Singh: He was the Army Chief from August 1, 2014 to December 31, 2016. He was also part of the Indian Peace Keeping Force (IPKF) in Sri Lanka in 1987.  India-Seychelles relations: The diplomatic ties were established with Seychelles, after its independence, with India in... Read More

28 April 2019

World Day for Safety and Health at Work is a UN international day that is celebrated every April 28. It is an annual international campaign to promote safe, healthy and decent work. It has been observed by the International Labour Organization (ILO) since 2003.  It is concerned about safe work and awareness of the dimensions and consequences of work-related accidents and diseases; to place occupational safety and health (OSH) on the international and national agendas, and to provide... Read More


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28 April 2019

Indian Army signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with National Hydroelectric Power Corporation (NHPC) Limited. The agreement is to build four underground tunnels along China and Pakistan borders for storage of ammunition and other war-related equipment. Three tunnels will be built along the Chinese border and one tunnel will be built along the Pakistan border. The tunnel can store 175-200 metric tonnes of ammunition and the cost of this pilot project is around Rs 15... Read More

category: Defence

28 April 2019

The Central Works Public Department (CPWD) has constituted an expert committee to formulate a design policy for building construction and infrastructure development.  The committee has been set up under the chairmanship of CPWD’s Additional Director General M K Sharma. The move is aimed at reviving building construction and infrastructure development at all levels in the CPWD which comes under the Housing and Urban Affairs Ministry. The committee has been asked to submit its report... Read More

category: Indian Affairs

28 April 2019

The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has launched the Malaria Elimination Research Alliance (MERA) India which is a conglomeration of partners working on malaria control in order to eliminate the disease from India by 2030. The National Vector Borne Diseases Control Program (NVBDCP) of India has also developed a comprehensive framework to achieve the target of “Malaria free India by 2030”. MERA India alliance: The NVBDCP's National Strategic Plan recognises the... Read More

category: Indian Affairs

28 April 2019

India’s ace cueist Pankaj Advani claimed the inaugural Asian Snooker Tour title at Bengaluru, Karnataka. He secured 6-4 and defeated Ehsan Heydari Nezhad of Iran. Advani, a 21-time world snooker and billiards champion, beat Nezhad 52-40, 66(58)-0, 1-63(62), 78-4, 35-47, 0-51, 47-35, 38-39, 53(49)-35, 51(50)-20 in the final. He had earlier defeated Aung Phyo of Myanmar (5-2) 50-27, 92(92)-0, 86(86)-15, 12-62, 54-30, 24-70, 79-5 in the semifinal. Advani had earlier won the second leg of... Read More

category: Sports

28 April 2019

Government's Think tank Niti Aayog has agreed to the proposal of the Dental Council of India which had sought to allow dentists to practice as general physicians after a bridge course. The proposal was in the backdrop of the call by the Prime Minister's office to explore unconventional methods to address the shortage of doctors in the country, particularly in rural areas. Proposal of Dental Council of India: The Dental Council of India had sent a similar proposal to the Medical... Read More

28 April 2019

All India Football Federation (AIFF) appointed Romanian Doru Isac as the technical director of for a three-year tenure. The 56-year-old Isac was one of the three candidates interviewed by the AIFF’s technical committee, headed by Thapa. The technical committee had sent its recommendations to the executive committee of the AIFF to take a final decision. Gaioz Darsadze of Georgia and Jorge Castelo of Portugal were the other two candidates interviewed by the technical... Read More

category: Sports

28 April 2019

Alberta University paleontologists have discovered coin-sized cartoon-eyed crab species Callichimaera perplexa, a small and pocket-size crab, through 90-95 million-year-old fossilized remains. They had what looked like the eyes of a larva, the mouth of a shrimp, claws of a frog crab, and the carapace of a lobster. The crab fossils were discovered in 2005 in the Andes Mountains in Colombia. This crab sported a tiny lobster-esque shell, with legs flattened like oars, and huge Pound Puppies-style... Read More

category: Environment

28 April 2019

The World Veterinary Day 2019 is observed on 28th April. It is an opportunity to celebrate the contributions of veterinarians to the health of animals and society. The theme for the day is the Value of Vaccination. The day is initiated by the World Veterinary Association. The World Veterinary Association (WVA) will co-host the 2019 World Veterinary Day Award with HealthforAnimals, the global animal medicines association. The value of the award has been increased to $2500. WVA and... Read More

category: Important Days

28 April 2019

UN's International Labour Organization (ILO) announced that Qatar will officially abolish its Exit Visa system for all foreign workers by the end of 2019. Amnesty International (human rights group) report accused that Qatar, which will be hosting the 2022 World Cup was failing to implement reforms and stop widespread labour abuse. As a result, Qatar revived its pledge to reform labour section, and introduced a minimum monthly minimum of 750 riyals ($206) and also agreed to work closely with... Read More

category: International

28 April 2019

Britain pledged 4 million euro to support global anti-slavery projects, from sexually exploited girls in Ethiopia to migrant workers in Malaysia and Mauritius. It also committed about 200 million pounds in aid funding to combat modern-day slavery overseas and given millions of pounds to nations from Albania to Vietnam. Six organisations, including Anti-Slavery International ( a UK based international NGO, a registered charity and a lobby group) and United Nations University ( a research... Read More


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