Latest Current Affairs 12th February 2021

Govt says, India has not conceded any territory as a result of agreement with China:The Ministry of Defence has said that India has not conceded any territory as a result of an agreement with China.

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2nd Test match between India and England to begin in Chennai tomorrow:The second test cricket between India and England begins at Chepauk in Chennai tomorrow.

Health Minister Dr Harsh Vardhan says, over 55 per cent healthcare workers administered 1st dose of COVID-19 vaccine so far:The Union Health and Family Welfare Ministry said that more than 55 per cent of the health care workers have been administered the first dose of COVID-19 vaccine in the country.

Acceptance is the beginning of the solution: Prakash Javadekar:India is Walking the Talk on Paris Agreement. Replying to questions on the adverse effects of climate change in Lok Sabha, Union Minister Prakash Javadekar said that climate change has been the result of carbon emission for the last 150 years of which India’s contribution is only 3 pc.

Acceptance is the beginning of the solution , says Union Minister Prakash Javadekar:India is Walking the Talk on Paris Agreement. Replying to questions on the adverse effects of climate change in Lok Sabha, Union Minister Prakash Javadekar said that climate change has been the result of carbon emission for the last 150 years of which India’s contribution is only 3 pc.

Union Budget reflects the aspirations of Indian Youth:The budget reflects the aspiration of the youth who constitute two third of our population, says Union Finance Minister. In her reply on the budget in the Upper House Sitharaman insisted that the budget is aimed at realizing PM Modi’s vision of Aatma Nirbhar Bharat.

Union Budget reflects the aspirations of Indian Youth, says Finance Minister:The budget reflects the aspiration of the youth who constitute two third of our population; says Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman.

TMC MP Dinesh Trivedi announces his resignation from Rajya Sabha:TMC leader Dinesh Trivedi today announced his resignation as Rajya Sabha MP. Participating in the discussion over the Union Budget in the Upper House, Trivedi made the announcement from the floor of the House.

Election Commission reviews poll preparedness in Puducherry:The Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora wrapped up meetings with senior officials and representatives of political parties in the Union Territory of Puducherry today along with other ECI colleagues.

Over 75 lakh people administered COVID-19 vaccine in country so far:The Government has said that more than 75 lakh people have been administered COVID-19 vaccine in the country so far. Union Health Ministry said, India is the fastest country to cross the 70 lakh vaccination mark.

India’s first ever CNG Tractor to be launched today:India’s first ever CNG Tractor will be launched today. The CNG tractor will help farmers to increase their income, by lowering costs and help to create job opportunities in rural India.

India records a sharp decline in the Active Caseload; stands at 1.35 lakh today:The country’s total Active Caseload has seen a sharp decline, falling to 1.35 lakh (1,35,926) today.

Rescue operations continue in Uttarakhand:The number of deceased increased to 36 in the Uttarakhand disaster. 169 are still missing. Rescue operations continue on war footing in Tapovan Tunnel after water level recedes, while efforts on to connect Raini village with a makeshift bridge.

India becomes fastest country to administer COVID-19 vaccines:India vaccinated over 75 lakh healthcare and frontline workers till 8 am on Friday. WHO country representative to India lauds India’s vaccination campaign as very successful.

Disengagement at LAC begins: Raksha Mantri:Disengagement along LAC at both banks of Pangong Tso begins in full earnest. Defense Minister Rajnath Singh tells Parliament not an inch of land has been lost to China. Defense Minister says China to move back to Finger 8.

FM to reply on budget discussion in Rajya Sabha today:Both the houses of Parliament resume discussion on the Union Budget on Friday. Union finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman is expected to reply to the discussion on Union Budget in Rajya Sabha.

Protesters clash with police, government arrests former Election officials in Myanmar:Protests against the military government in Myanmar continued on Friday even as supporters of the ousted State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi’s clashed with police. The mass protests on Friday were mostly peaceful but were the largest so far, reports the Reuters.

Biden accuses Trump of ‘not doing his job’ on coronavirus vaccination program, urges patience:U.S. President Joe Biden on Thursday said the coronavirus vaccination program he inherited from Donald Trump was in “much worse shape” than he had expected while urging patience and also announcing the government has bought 200 million more doses.

Bangladesh: COVID vaccination crosses 5 lakh, on the spot registration stopped due to heavy rush:The Bangladesh government has stopped on the spot registration for taking the COVID vaccine as hospitals and health centres witnessed a huge surge of people turning up to receive the shot in the last few days.

US announces sanctions against Army Chief General Hlaing, export restrictions against Myanmar:The United States has announced a series of executive actions against the military government and people and organisations associated with Feb. 1 coup in Myanmar. The US department of the Treasury announced sanctions against 10 individuals and 3 entities connected to the military apparatus responsible for the coup in Myanmar.

Biden revokes National Emergency Declaration used to fund Mexico border wall:United States President Joe Biden has revoked the national emergency order used to fund former President Donald Trump’s Mexico border wall project.

Myanmar: Suu Kyi supporters call for tougher international action against junta:Supporters of ousted Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi called for tougher international action against the new junta on Friday after Washington announced the first round of sanctions following six days of pro-democracy demonstrations.

Centre releases 15th installment of Rs 6,000 crore to States to meet GST compensation shortfall:The Ministry of Finance has released the 15th weekly instalment of Rs 6,000 crore to the States to meet the GST compensation shortfall.

IRDAI advises all Insurance companies for issuance of Digital Insurance Policies via DigiLocker:IRDAI (Insurance Regulatory Authority of India) in a Circular dated 9th February, 2021, has advised all Insurance companies for issuance of Digital Insurance Policies via DigiLocker.

Ready to work with Biden administration to settle trade disputes: EU:The European Union on Thursday acknowledged a move by the new U.S. government to refrain from imposing additional tariffs on EU goods in a long-running dispute over aircraft tariffs and said it was ready to work to resolve trade disputes.

U.S. House committee approves another $14 billion for pandemic-hit airlines:A U.S. House committee on Thursday approved a proposal to give airlines another $14 billion in payroll assistance as part of a broader COVID-19 relief package that is working its way through Congress.

More than 1 crore MSMEs registered in country over period of 5 years:Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Ministry has informed that more than one crore two lakh MSMEs were registered in the country within five years.

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