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Tuesday, February 11, 2020


1.    NCRB report
ü According to the report  on report on ‘missing women and children in India’ released by National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB). The highest number of women who go missing in India are from Maharashtra & and the number of missing children are maximum in the State of Madhya Pradesh(MP) in the year 2018.

2.    UNESCO DG visited India
ü UNESCO Director-General Audrey Azoulay arrived in New Delhi. She visited the National Museum to see the exhibition titled ”Indian Heritage in Digital Space” in New Delhi which showcased augmented reality displays of five UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

3.    International Religious Freedom Alliance
ü United States launched the 27-nation International Religious Freedom Alliance, which will try to adopt a collective approach in protecting and preserving religious freedom across the world.

4.    $118.3 billion received in remittances
ü Indian govt. has released data of remittances received in the country since April 2018- September 2019. As per the report around 13.62 million Indian nationals are staying abroad & around $118.3 billion has been received as remittance.

5.    Manoj Das to receive Mystic Kalinga Literary Award
ü Famous Odia and English writer Manoj Das, will receive Mystic Kalinga Literary award– Indian and Global languages, during Mystic Kalinga Festival (MSF) which commences in Odisha, Bhubaneswar.

6.    Diplomat Philip Barton Appointed as Britain’s New High Commissioner to India

7.    Christina Koch returns to Earth
ü NASA’s Christina Koch US who made the 1st all female space walk in 2019 landed in Kazakh desert steppe of Kazakhstan in a Soyuz MS-13 capsule. She has landed after making a record of longest stay on the International Space Station (328 days).



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