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Friday, November 20, 2020

DAILY GK: 21 NOV 2020

 DAILY GK: 21 NOV 2020

1. PM TSHERING E-LAUNCHED RUPAY CARD PHASE-II

      Bhutan Prime Minister Lotay Tshering jointly E-Launched RuPay card Phase-II which will allow Bhutanese Card Holders to access RuPay Network in India.

      A MoU was Signed between India and Bhutan for Cooperation in the Space Sector to instill the Knowledge of Space, Science and Technology in children.

 

2. MANUFACTURING OF SPECIALISED TANK AMMUNITION

      For the First Time, Indian Army has given Project Sanction Order to Private Firm OshoCorp Global for development and supply of Specialised Ammunition for  its Main Battle Tanks T-72 and T-90.

      The Project’s cost is over INR 2, 300 Crores and it has a potential for Future Domestic and Export Orders.

 

3. “MY STAMP ON CHHATH PUJA”

      Ravi Shankar Prasad released a “My Stamp on Chhath Puja”.

      He also released a Special cover on the theme ‘Chhath – A symbol of Simplicity and Cleanliness’.

      My Stamp is a new concept initiated by the Department of Posts where Common Persons or Corporate Organisations can now book orders and get Personalised Photographs or images of a Postage Stamp.

 

4. 2020 GLOBAL BRIBERY RISK MATRIX BY TRACE

      A Global List of measuring Business Bribery risks “The 2020 TRACE Bribery Risk Matrix” was released by an Anti-Bribery standard setting Organisation TRACE featuring 194 Countries, Territories, and Autonomous and Semi-Autonomous Regions.

      In accordance with the Matrix, India is at 77th position with a total risk score of 45 as compared to the 78th position in 2019 with a score of 48.

      The list has been topped by Denmark for lowest Bribery risk which is followed by Norway and Finland.

 

5. WORLD BANK SIGNS A $120 MILLION AGREEMENT WITH  MEGHALAYA

      The Government of India, the Government of Meghalaya and the World Bank (WB)  signed a $120-million Meghalaya Integrated Transport Project(MITP) to improve and Modernize the Transport Sector of Meghalaya.

 

 

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