Daily Current Affairs April 06, 2022
Daily Current Affairs April 06, 2022
  1. International Conscience Day of the United Nations is observed on April 5, 2022:

In 2019, the United Nations General Assembly has designated April 5 as International Conscience Day every year.


This day is observed with the aim of creating relationships based on stability and well-being and respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms in terms of relationships.

  1. Union Minister for Education and Skills Development Shri Dharmendra Pradhan has published a book titled ‘Birsa Munda – Janjatiya Nayak’:

Union Minister for Education and Skills Development Shri Dharmendra Pradhan has released a book titled ‘Birsa Munda – Janjatiya Nayak’. The book is written by Alok Chakrabal, Associate Professor, Guru Kashidas University, Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh.

Purpose: This book is a comprehensive attempt to bring to the fore the struggle of Lord Birsa Munda and the contribution of the forest dwellers in the freedom movement.

  1. Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh Jagan Mohan Reddy has started 13 districts:

Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has inaugurated 13 new districts in the state. In addition, a total of 26 districts have been formed in Andhra Pradesh.

New districts were formed with the parliamentary constituencies as a guide. Andhra Pradesh is a state on the southeastern coast of India.

Capital of Andhra Pradesh: Amravati

Official languages: Telugu.

  1. Ministry of AYUSH celebrates Yoga Mahotsav at Red Fort on the eve of World Health Day:

Ministry of AYUSH celebrates World Health Day Yoga Mahotsav tomorrow at Red Fort, New Delhi. Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla and Union Ministers are scheduled to explain the general yoga protocol on the 75th day of the countdown to International Yoga Day.

 The event will be attended by members of parliament, ambassadors from various countries, prominent sports personalities and yoga gurus. The Ministry along with its various partners have developed a 100 days countdown program for the 8th International Yoga Day, in which 100 companies promote yoga in 100 cities.

  1. The Delhi government has launched a program to set up ‘hobby hubs’ in government schools:

The Delhi government has launched a new program called ‘Hobby Hubs’ in government schools:

Purpose: The Government of Delhi has set up hobby hubs for public schools in Delhi to promote extra-curricular activities after school hours.

Delhi Chief Minister: Arvind Kejriwal;

Delhi Governor: Anil Baijal;

Delhi Heritage Site: Humayun’s Tomb, Qutub Minar and its monuments;

  1. The Government of India has appointed Vinay Mohan Quatra as the new Foreign Secretary of India:

The Government of India has appointed IFS Vinay Mohan Quadra as the new Foreign Secretary of India. Vinay Mohan Quadra is an Indian Ambassador and the current Indian Ambassador to Nepal. He will serve as the 34th Foreign Secretary of India from May 2022, before Harsh Vardhan Shringla. Who served as ambassador to France. He is currently serving as India’s Ambassador to Nepal from March 2020. He will replace current Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla on April 30, 2022.

  1. Government issues 17 crore 90 lakh AYUSHMAN cards to beneficiaries under AYUSHMAN BHARAT scheme – PMJAY;

The AYUSHMAN BHARAT scheme, the world’s largest healthcare scheme, provides five lakh rupees a year in health insurance to the affected families and aims to benefit more than ten crore poor families across the country. Federal Health and Family Welfare Minister Dr Bharti Pawar said.

Odisha and Delhi did not join the scheme, while West Bengal withdrew from the scheme in January 2019.

  1. The Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh has launched the ‘School Salo Abhiyan’ project:

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has launched the ‘School Salo Abhiyan’ program for 100 per cent enrollment in primary and secondary schools in Uttar Pradesh.

Purpose: The State Government has taken steps to shape the future of primary education and the holistic development of primary schools.

Capital: Lucknow

Governor of Uttar Pradesh: Anandiben Patel

  1. Ministry of Environment launches ‘Prakriti’ and other green initiatives for effective plastic waste management:

Central Environment, Forests and Climate Change Minister Bhubaneswar Yadav has launched the ‘Prakriti’ and other green initiatives to raise awareness on plastic waste management.

Purpose: The symbol ‘Prakriti’ was launched to spread awareness about how small changes in our lifestyle can play a big role in sustaining the environment. It also highlights the various initiatives and initiatives taken by the Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change and the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) to ensure effective plastic waste management (PWM) in the country.

  1. The World Bank has forecast that the economy in Asia will be sluggish in the coming months:

The World Bank has warned that the economy in Asia will remain sluggish in the coming months.

The World Bank said in a statement that the slowdown was due to disruptions in the supply of goods, financial crisis and high prices.

The reason for this: The World Bank, which forecast slower growth and rising poverty in the Asia-Pacific region this year, has projected growth for the region at 5 percent, down from the original forecast of 5.4 percent.

11.INS Tarangini launches Logan 2022 journey from Kochi to 14 countries:

The Indian Navy’s first sailing training vessel INS Tarangini has launched its 14-nation Logan 2022 voyage from the Naval Jetty at the Southern Naval Command in Kochi. It meets 17 ports during its seven-month voyage, covering 17,485 nautical miles. The voyage was flagged off by Rear Admiral Anthony George, Commander-in-Chief of the Southern Fleet.

Purpose: The primary objective of this expedition is to train about 300 lower training officers of the Indian Navy who are part of the First Training Force.

  1. The merger of HDFC Bank and HDFC Limited has been announced:

Board of Directors of HDFC Limited and HDFC Bank Limited. HDFC Investments Ltd approved a joint venture for the merger.

Purpose: The respective shareholders and lenders As a result, when the scheme goes into effect, the public shareholders will control 100% of HDFC Bank, while the exisIting HDFC Limited shareholders will hold 41% of the shares.


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