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Daily Current Affairs MCQs / News (September 02 2023) For All Competitive

Daily Current Affairs MCQs / News (September 02 2023) For All Competitive

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Alvi approved the restructuring of the NEC.

According to a statement issued by the President’s House, President Dr. Arif Alvi has approved the reorganization of the National Economic Council (NEC) under Article 156 of the Constitution.
The function of the NEC, as stated in the article, is to ‘review the overall economic condition of the country’ and advise the federal and provincial governments on fiscal, commercial, social and economic policies. The constitutional body was also responsible for formulating strategies to promote equitable development and regional balance.

Senate panel sees overbilling as ‘national crisis’

Amid ongoing unrest over high electricity bills across the country, the Senate Standing Committee on Cabinet Secretariat on Friday declared the issue a national crisis.
Taking strict notice of the increase in electricity prices, the committee said that several incidents of suicide related to over-billing have been reported from different areas.

Major among the three killed in gun battles

According to the army’s media wing, three army personnel, including an officer, were martyred in separate attacks in North Waziristan and Khyber districts.
A statement from the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said on Friday that two security personnel, including a major, were martyred during an intelligence-based operation in North Waziristan’s Miranshah.
The operation was being conducted on the basis of a tip-off about the presence of militants in the area.

Polio virus detected again in rawalpindi sewage

For the second time in a month, poliovirus was detected in Rawalpindi district during sewage sampling by the World Health Organization (WHO).
According to an official of the District Health Authority, polio virus was found in the samples collected from a drain in Safdarabad near Purodhai. This area is located between Rawalpindi and Islamabad.

Floating Debt Risks to Inflation, SOEs, Fiscal Outlook: MoF

The Ministry of Finance (MOF) has highlighted policy implementation, high sovereign guarantees and poor performance of state-owned enterprises (SOEs) as potential risks and uncertainties that could affect the country’s fiscal outlook while The record inflation rate has created more risks for the country. external stability of
In its latest Fiscal Risk Statement (FRS) 2023-24, the ministry noted that the federal government’s exposure to SOEs in the form of outstanding stock of loans and guarantees stood at 9.7 percent of GDP in FY21, and public And publicly guaranteed debt reached 78.4 percent of stock GDP at the end of FY22.

A move to link US aid to Pakistan with democracy

A Republican lawmaker has introduced an amendment to the House of Representatives’ annual appropriations legislation that would cut funding to Pakistan to discourage a ‘crackdown on political dissent’.
Republicans have a majority in the House.
The amendment, proposed by Tennessee Republican Andy Ogles, would bar the US Department of Defense from providing aid to Pakistan in the wake of an ongoing crackdown on the country’s military establishment and its civilian allies.

Former Prime Minister of Thailand’s sentence commuted to one year.

Thailand’s king has commuted former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra’s eight-year prison sentence to one year, the Royal Gazette said Friday, a day after the billionaire submitted a pardon request.
The country’s most famous politician returned to Thailand last week in a dramatic homecoming after 15 years in self-imposed exile abroad to avoid jail after being ousted by the military in 2006.

Four Armenian soldiers were killed in a clash with Azeris.

Armenia and Azerbaijan said on Friday that there had been casualties in fighting along their shared border, in the northwest of the Nagorno-Karabakh breakaway region.
Armenia’s defense ministry said four of its soldiers were killed and one wounded in shelling near the border villages of Sotak and Norabak. Azerbaijan said Armenia used drones to target its positions across the border in the Kalbazar region, injuring three soldiers.

UN says African children are least ‘able to deal with climate risks’

Children in Africa are exceptionally vulnerable to climate change but are being ‘deplorably’ neglected by those responsible for funding the fight against the crisis, the United Nations said on Friday.
Africa, a continent of 1.2 billion people, has some of the least responsible countries for carbon emissions but is disproportionately affected by droughts, floods, cyclones and heat waves. UNICEF said in a report titled Time to Act that children in 48 out of 49 countries are at ‘high or very high risk’ of climate shocks.

NASA spotted a new crater on the moon

NASA has spotted a small new crater on the moon, possibly caused by the crash landing of a Russian probe on Earth two weeks ago.
The discovery was made by the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) by comparing before and after images of the estimated impact point provided by the Russian space agency Roscosmos.
The Luna-25 probe crashed on August 19.

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