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Which terrorist organization has been banned by the Ministry of Home Affairs? Read 10 Q&A related to current affairs

Do you know when the Bikaner Solar Power Project is likely to start? Let's get to know the questions and answers related to such current affairs.

Current Affairs Questions: Every day some big and important events keep happening in the country and the world. The importance of these events is very high for the candidates preparing for government jobs. The reason behind this is that questions related to current affairs are often asked in government job exams or competitive exams. Questions related to current affairs are asked from exam to interview. That's why the candidates prepare hard for it.

 Let us know the questions and answers of current affairs.

Question 1: What is the 'One Week One Lab' campaign?

Answer: Showcasing technological breakthroughs and innovations

The 'One Week One Lab' campaign was launched by the Ministry of Science and Technology in New Delhi. This campaign was announced recently at the CSIR Leadership Conference. The objective of the event is to showcase technological breakthroughs and innovations in India, thereby promoting innovation culture in the country.

The campaign will be conducted in each of the 37 Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) laboratories and institutes spread across the country. A week-long program will be organized in each lab, in which startups, students and people from different sections of the society will participate.

Question 2: Which terrorist organization has been banned by the Union Home Ministry?

Answer: The Resistance Front (TRF)

The Central Government has recently declared The Resistance Front (TRF) a terrorist organization under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act. The Resistance Front was recruiting youth through online medium to carry out terrorist activities. The Resistance Front came into existence in the year 2019 as a proxy faction of the illegal terrorist organization Lashkar-e-Taiba.

This organization is involved in expanding terrorist activities in Jammu and Kashmir, recruiting terrorists, infiltrating them and smuggling arms and drugs from Pakistan. The Front is also involved in running a psychological campaign on social media platforms to incite the people of Jammu and Kashmir to join terrorist groups against India. Sheikh Sajjad Gul, the commander of The Resistance Front, is a notorious terrorist.

Question 3: When is the Bikaner Solar Power Project likely to be commissioned?

Answer: March, 2024

President Draupadi Murmu recently laid the foundation stone of 1000 MW Bikaner Solar Power Project during his visit to Rajasthan. The project is being operated by SJVN Green Energy Limited (SGEL), a subsidiary of SJVN Limited. The project is being developed on 5000 acres of land near Banderwala village in Bikaner district of Rajasthan, which is one of the highest sun availability areas in the country.

The cost of the project is Rs 5492 crore. The assistance of Rs 44.72 lakh per MW for the project is being provided by the Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency (IREDA). The project is proposed to be commissioned by March 2024. The commissioning of the project will help the Government of India to achieve its renewable energy target of 500 GW by 2030.

Question 4: Which astronaut of NASA's Apollo-7 mission passed away recently?

Answer: Walter Cunningham

Astronaut Walter Cunningham, the last surviving member of successful space missions under NASA's Apollo program, has died at the age of 90. Cunningham was one of three astronauts on the 1968 Apollo 7 mission. The duration of this mission was 11 days. The satellite was broadcast live while orbiting the earth. A year later, the way to land a satellite on the moon was paved.

Apollo was a program of NASA, whose purpose was to increase access to other planets in space other than Earth. The name of this expedition was dedicated to the Greek sun god Apollo. NASA flew for the first time in the year 1968 under the Apollo mission. The first manned mission to the Moon was Apollo 8, which orbited the Moon on Christmas Eve. Mission Apollo-11 first landed on the surface of the Moon on July 20, 1969. Neil Armstrong was part of this mission. He was the first person to land on the surface of the Moon.

Question 5: How many applications have been received so far on the National Single Window System?

Answer: 4.20 lakh

A new record has been created by providing more than 75 thousand approvals through the National Single Window System Portal for various approvals of the Center, State and Union Territories. So far, a total of 4.20 lakh approval applications from 157 countries have been received on this portal. 1. More than 50 lakh investors have used the single window module to refer to information on approvals for their specific business cases.

1. A total of 75, 599 approvals have been granted out of over 23 lakh applications. Of these, more than 57 thousand approvals have been given by the Ministry of Commerce, while the Ministry of Consumer Affairs has given permission for more than 17 thousand approvals.

Question 6: In which state of the country is the Jaga Mission being run?

Answer: Odisha

Jaga Mission is one of the winners of the World Habitat Awards 2023. This award is given by World Habitat. It is organized in partnership with UN-Habitat. World Habitat is a charity organization recognized by the United Nations Department of Public Information. Jaga Mission is the biggest land ownership and slum upgradation scheme in Odisha.

It is one of the biggest schemes in the world. Since 2017, Jaga Mission aims to improve the living conditions of the urban poor and promote social equality. This ambitious project is being spearheaded by the Housing and Urban Development Department, Government of Odisha. Its aim is to make Odisha the first slum-free state of India.

Question 7: Where is the Sunni Dam Hydroelectric Project being set up?

Answer: Himachal Pradesh

The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs of the Central Government has approved the 382 MW Sunni Dam Hydro Electric Project in Himachal Pradesh by SJVN Limited at an estimated cost of Rs 2,614.51 crore. An investment of Rs 13.80 crore has also been approved as budgetary support by the Government of India to enable the infrastructure under this project.

Keeping in view the goals and objectives of Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan, the establishment of 382 MW Sunni Dam Hydro Electric Power by SJVN Ltd. will benefit local suppliers, local enterprises, MSMEs and ensure socio-economic development by promoting employment and entrepreneurship . The implementation of this project will generate direct and indirect employment for about 4000 people during its construction.

Question 8: Where is the Vibrant Village Program starting?

Answer: There is a plan to start this program in the border villages.

The central government is developing border villages with limited connectivity and infrastructure to secure the international border with neighboring countries. In the first phase of this program, 50 villages have been included, out of which about 14 villages are adjacent to the border of China. The first phase includes creation of infrastructure, housing, tourism centres, road connectivity, electricity, provision of decentralized renewable energy, access to Doordarshan and educational channels and support for livelihood generation in the villages identified for the first phase.

In this, such villages will be included which are 10 km from the border of the country. will be within the range of Under the campaign, 460 blocks of 117 districts of 16 states and two union territories of the country bordering the country have been included. Financial assistance is also being provided by the Ministry of Tourism to the people of these villages to provide stay home facility to the tourists in their homes.

Question 9: In which state has the Siyom bridge been inaugurated?

Answer: Arunachal Pradesh

Defense Minister Rajnath Singh recently inaugurated the Siyom bridge in Arunachal Pradesh. He also inaugurated 27 infrastructure projects completed by the Border Roads Organisation. These projects, prepared at a cost of Rs 724 crore, will expand basic facilities on the border of India and especially on the border with China from Ladakh to Arunachal.

With the help of the Siom bridge built on the Alang-Inkiang road, the army will have the facility to reach vehicles and weapons in Upper Siang district, Tuting and Inkiang area adjacent to the Line of Actual Control.

Question 10: How many new projects have been approved for this year under the National Mission for Clean Ganga?

Answer: 43 projects have been approved

A total of 50 projects with a cost of more than two thousand crore rupees were completed in the year 2022 under the National Clean Ganga Campaign. Approval has been given for 43 new projects for the coming year. The National Mission for Clean Ganga is an important program of the Central Government with the objective of effectively reducing pollution, conserving and rejuvenating the river Ganga.

According to the Ministry of Jal Shakti, in December 2022, the Namami Gange campaign was recognized as one of the top ten initiatives of the World Restoration Flagship of the United Nations Decade. The ministry also clarified that 176 sewage infrastructure projects have been approved to develop a disposal capacity of 5,000 crore liters per day in the Ganga basin and to construct a sewerage network of 5,000 kilometers.

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