15-16.05.21 Daily JPSC Current Affairs

JHARKHAND

Govt to take care of orphan children

 

The second wave of Covid-19 came like a storm for the entire nation. Jharkhand is also struggling to get rid of this ruthless virus. The State government is committed to touching every milestone in the service of the people. Many of the citizens are suffering from the consequence of this pandemic. Even after the constant efforts made by the Chief Minister couldn’t avoid a few losses. Sadly, many people have lost their loved ones in the second wave of this pandemic.

Given this grim situation, Chief Minister Hemant Soren has directed all the district administration officials to ensure proper care for the children who lost their parents. In the past as well, he has been very stringent regarding the cases related to child trafficking. Many children who lost their parents in the fight against Covid19 may face exploitation or get trapped into Child trafficking. Given the above, the Ranchi District, facing the highest number of Covid19 cases, has released a ‘Child Care Helpline’ for such children.

The ‘Child Care Helpline’, which will be monitored by the District Welfare Officer, has a dedicated team to look into such cases and offer immediate assistance. Anyone, who finds or gets to know about such children, who got orphaned due to this disaster, can report those cases to the helpline number released by the administration. The dedicated team from the administration will visit the impacted family and will rescue those children. After gathering detailed information related to the children and assessing the need, the District child Welfare Committee will take further decision.

INTERNATIONAL

India Largest Recipient of Remittances in 2020 World Bank Report

 

India was the biggest recipient of remittances in 2020, as per the report, “Migration and Development Brief “released with the aid of the World Bank.

India has been the largest recipient of remittances because 2008. However, the remittance acquired via India in 2020 was over USD eighty-three billion, which is a drop of 0.2 % from 2019 (USD 83.3 billion). Globally, the remittance drift used to be USD 540 billion in 2020, which is 1.9% decrease as in contrast to that of 2019, when it was USD 548 billion.

The pinnacle 5 remittance recipient nations in 2020, in present day US greenback terms, have been India, China, Mexico, the Philippines, and Egypt.

The pinnacle five recipients in 2020, as a share of gross domestic product (GDP), were, by way of contrast, smaller economies: Tonga, Lebanon, Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan, and El Salvador.

 

Fourth India-Swiss Financial Dialogue

 

The 4th India-Switzerland Financial Dialogue was held via video conferencing.

Discussions on working together on a variety of issues, including investments, the International Financial Services Centre Authority (IFSCA), the National Investment and Infrastructure Fund (NIIF), FinTech, sustainable finance, and cross-border financial services.

The G20, the International Monetary Fund (IMF), and tax issues resulting from the digitalisation of the economy, as well as infrastructure funding, were addressed.

NATIONAL

Cyclone Tauktae Forms in the Arabian Sea

The Tauktae Cyclone is India’s first cyclone in 2021. Kerala’s government has released a “Red Alert” warning.

Cyclone Formation:

 

The humid, moist air rising from the sea rises. When more air rises, less air is left behind. This results in a low-pressure zone. There is pressure in this region. The low-pressure area is pushed into by air from the surrounding areas. This air is now warmed up and rising. The loop goes on. Warm air rises, cools and condenses to form clouds. The wind and cloud system as a whole turn and develops. The ocean’s heat and evaporating water help with this.

An eye forms in the centre of the system as it rotates faster and faster. The eye is relaxed and clear. The system is known as a “Tropical Storm” because it rotates at 63 kilometres per hour. A tropical cyclone or hurricane is described as a wind speed of 119 kilometres per hour or higher.

 

Blood Moon to be on 26th May

 

A blood moon occurs when the earth’s moon is in a total lunar eclipse. During this time, the moon looks red or tan. Therefore, it is called the blood moon. The next blood moon will happen on May 26, 2021. The last blood moon occurred on January 20-21, 2019.

 

Lunar eclipses occur during the full moon day only. During this time, the moon was completely in the shadow of the earth. At this period, a small part of the sunlight that reaches the earth at sunrise and sunset falls on the moon. It can be noticed that the sky is red at sunrise and sunset. This means that during this period, of all seven VIBGYOR colours in white light, only red reaches the earth. This red light reflects on the moon, so the moon becomes a blood moon.

All full moons have no lunar eclipses. This is because the plane where the earth revolves around the sun and the plane where the moon revolves around the earth is different. Solar eclipses only occur when the planes coincide.

 

Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank Gets International Invincible Gold Medal

This year’s International Invincible Gold Medal was awarded to Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank, Minister of Education of the Union. His books, society and outstanding public life are recognized for his extraordinary dedication and outstanding contributions to mankind.

The decision was made after due consideration by a high-level committee formed under the leadership of Dr. Tony Nader, the global leader of the Maharshi organization. The honor will be awarded by the global Maharishi organization and its universities.