Latest Current Affairs 11th February 2021

PM Modi says, transformation in field of infrastructure will improve ease of living for citizens:Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said, the self-reliant India campaign is becoming the medium for building the future of the poor, farmers, labourers and middle class.

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India becomes fastest country in world to achieve over 70 lakh COVID-19 vaccinations:India has becomes the fastest country in the world to achieve over 70 lakh vaccinations against COVID-19 in only 26 days. It took 27 days for the US and 48 days for the UK. Union Health Ministry said, a total of over 70 lakh 17 thousand people have been administered COVID-19 vaccines in the country so far

Defence Minister makes statement on LAC in both sides in Eastern Ladakh:Defence Minister Rajnath Singh informed both houses of the Parliament that India and China have agreed for disengagement in the North and South bank of Pangong Lake in Eastern Ladakh.

PM Modi addresses on ‘Samarpan Diwas’ to commemorate contributions of Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya:Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the party MPs on the occasion of ‘Samarpan Diwas’ to commemorate the contributions of Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya on his death anniversary.

India becomes fastest in world to reach 70 lakh vaccinations against COVID19:A total of over 70 lakh 17 thousand people have been administered COVID-19 vaccines in the country so far.

Rescue & search operation at Tapovan area in Chamoli district continue unabated:In Uttarakhand, rescue and search operation for the 25 to 35 trapped people inside the tunnel continued unabated through the night at the Tapovan area of Chamoli district.

Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha to resume general discussion on Union Budget:Both the Houses of Parliament will today resume discussion on Union Budget for 2021-2022.

India and China have agreed for disengagement in North and South bank of Pangong Lake in Eastern Ladakh: Rajnath Singh:Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday informed that India and China have agreed for disengagement in the North and South bank of Pangong Lake in Eastern Ladakh.

Weather forecast for today:National Capital Delhi experienced moderate fog in the morning. Minimum temperature recorded was 10 degree Celsius and maximum will be around 29 degrees.

PM Modi inaugurates World Sustainable Development Summit 2021:Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday inaugurated World Sustainable Development Summit 2021 via video conferencing.

Canadian PM calls PM Modi; informs about Canada’s requirements of COVID-19 vaccines from India:Prime Minister Narendra Modi received a telephone call on Wednesday from Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada.

One Nation One Election under consideration: Ravi Shankar Prasad:The Union Minister for Law and Justice Ravi Shankar Prasad has clarified that voting certificates for receiving the benefits of government schemes is not essential.

Protestors rally at the Chinese embassy in Myanmar:A large gathering of people demonstrated in front of the Chinese embassy in Yangon on Thursday asking it not to assist the army in its effort to control the social media and mount surveillance on the protestors.

Death sentence for murder of publisher Dipan in Bangladesh:A Special Anti-Terrorism tribunal in Bangaldesh pronounced death sentence to the killers of the publisher Faisal Arefin Dipan. Eight members of the banned Ansar al-Islam also known as Ansarullah Bangla Team (ABT) were sentenced to death for the murder of Faisal Arefin Dipan in October 2015.

US freezes dollar 1 billion funds of Myanmar govt:The United States has announced that it is going to freeze USD 1 billion in Burmese government funds held in the United States.

Ties now optional in New Zealand parliament after Maori MP’s protest:New Zealand male lawmakers are no longer required to wear a necktie in parliament after the rule was dropped following a Maori MP’s protest, calling a tie a ‘colonial noose’.

Zimbabwe purchases 600,000 Sinopharm COVID-19 vaccinations:Zimbabwe has purchased 600,000 COVID-19 vaccine doses from China’s Sinopharm, in addition to 200,000 China has donated, its information minister said on Wednesday, adding these were due to arrive in Zimbabwe by the start of March.

In call with China’s Xi, Biden stresses rights concerns, need for free Indo-Pacific:U.S. President Joe Biden spoke to his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping on Wednesday, his first direct contact with the leader of the world’s second-largest economy since winning the November U.S. presidential election and taking office last month.

Suu Kyi aide among new wave of arrests in Myanmar as Biden approves sanctions:A close aide to ousted Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi was detained in a new wave of arrests following last week’s military coup, a party official said on Thursday, as Washington moved a step closer to imposing sanctions on the junta.

White House says ‘vast majority’ of migrants at U.S.-Mexico border will be turned away:The United States will turn away most migrants apprehended at its border with Mexico under a Trump-era policy aimed at limiting the spread of the coronavirus and to give the Biden administration time to implement “humane” asylum processing systems, a White House official said on Wednesday.

Paddy procurement shows 17.35 % increase as against the last year corresponding purchase:In the ongoing Kharif Marketing Season (KMS) 2020-21, Government continues to procure Kharif 2020-21 crops at MSP from farmers as per existing MSP Schemes, as was done in previous seasons.

Olympic ranking points up for grabs, Indian Judokas to head to Israel for Tel Aviv Grand Slam:With less than six months to go before the Tokyo Olympics, Indian judokas will get the opportunity to gather crucial ranking points which will help them in their qualification efforts as a six-member team comprising five players and a coach will head to Israel to participate in the Tel Aviv Grand Slam which will take place from February 18-20.

Defending champion Kenin crashes out of Australian Open:Reigning champion Sofia Kenin crashed out of the Australian Open in the second round on Thursday (February 11), slumping to a 6-3 6-2 defeat at the hands of world number 65 Kaia Kanepi on Margaret Court Arena.

Cultural changes, connect of invention & innovation ecosystem can unlock self–reliance potential:Dignitaries highlighted that cultural changes, as well as connection of invention and innovation ecosystem, can unlock the potential for Atmanirbharata in India at the celebration of the 34th TIFAC Foundation Day

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