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Current Affairs 27 April, 2019

Current Affairs 2019

According to the United Nations report dated May 6, 2019, due to human activity, there is a risk of extinction of 10 million
species worldwide.
♦ New notes in the Mahatma Gandhi series of new 200 and 500 rupees in the signature of Shakikant Das, the current
governor of the Reserve Bank of India, are coming soon.
♦ The Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (IRDA) has formed a committee to review the regulatory
framework for microinsurance.
♦ India has been invited to represent Africa in the reform of the UN Security Council (UNSC).
♦ Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas has taken necessary steps to stop the import of crude oil from Iran Because of the United
States refused to increase sanctions demand for import of crude oil from Iran.
♦ The Investor Education and Protection Fund (IIPF) has recovered deposits of Rs 1,514 crore from Kolkata-based Peerless
General Finance and Investment Company.
♦ Britain donated £ 4 million to support global anti-slavery projects in Ethiopia for sexually abused girls.
♦ Terry Rowling, a British movie and sound editor died. He was nominated for Oscar for his work in the film "Chariots of Fire".
♦ China's international shooting sports federation (ISSF) in Beijing, won the gold medal in the 10m air pistol of the inaugural
Verma Verma World Cup.
♦ India won a gold and two silver medals at the Asian boxing championship in Bangkok.
♦ The Supreme Court binds the Reserve Bank of India for the NPA information.
♦ The United States warned Pakistan that they could stop the approval of the Pakistani visa
♦ Sri Lanka's top police officer, Inspector General of Police, Puneet Jayasundar, resigned as a failure to stop the Easter
bomb attack.
♦ World immunization week is being observed from April 24 to April 24th.
♦ On 25 April the Ukrainian parliament passed a law for official use in the Ukrainian language.
♦ Britain pledges 4 million pounds for granting support to worldwide anti-slavery programs to migrant workers in Malaysia
and Mauritius to sexually abused women in Ethiopia.
♦ The Sri Lankan government has banned the use of drone and inhuman aircraft after more than 350 people were killed and
more than 500 wounded in Sunday's bomb attacks.
♦ Russian Vladimir Putin and North Korean Kim Jong Un pledged to build closer ties.
♦ The United Nations International Labor Organization (ILO) has announced that Qatar will officially abolish the foreign
worker's visa system at the end of 2019.
♦ Media Summit on 5th Asia Pacific Broadcasting Union (ABU) climate change and disaster management begins in
Kathmandu.

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