Daily Current Affairs MCQs / News (September 05 2023) For All Competitive Exam

Daily Current Affairs MCQs / News (September 05 2023) For All Competitive Exam

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“Out-of-the-box” measures to appease the bill-weary public

Just a week after calling an ’emergency moot’ to find ways to provide immediate relief to people angry over rising electricity bills, caretaker Prime Minister Anwarul Haq Kakar has promised an ‘out-of-the-box solution’ to provide respite. What is it. Inflation affected electricity consumers.
After making lofty promises, the government had to backtrack on its promises for relief as it failed to convince the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to end subsidies for electricity consumers. This is evident from the fact that despite weeks of protests and shutter-down strikes, the caretaker government has refused to budge on the issue, citing agreements with the IMF.

Three people were martyred when a Navy helicopter crashed in Gwadar

A Pakistan Navy helicopter on a routine training mission crashed near the port city on Monday, killing all three personnel on board.
Confirming the incident, a statement from the Director General of Public Relations (Navy) said: “A helicopter of the Pakistan Navy, engaged in a routine training mission, met with an accident in the Gwadar area.” During the incident, three staff members embraced Shahadat.

Frustrated with ECP, Alvi urges caretakers for ‘early elections’

After showing unsympathy to the Election Commission on their request regarding the date of the elections, President Arif Alvi on Monday stressed the need to hold the elections in 90 days during a meeting with the Caretaker Federal Minister for Law and Justice Ahmed Irfan Aslam.
President Alvi praised the determination of the Supreme Court to follow the decision of the caretaker prime minister.

UN criticizes India’s ‘inadequate’ response to Manipur excesses.

United Nations experts on Monday condemned the Indian government’s “slow and inadequate response” to reports of serious human rights violations, including sexual violence, amid deadly ethnic clashes in the country’s far northeast.
“We are deeply concerned about the apparent slow and inadequate response by the Government of India, including by law enforcement agencies, to curb physical and sexual violence and hate speech in Manipur,” he said in a statement. “

Ukraine says Russian drone hit Romania

Ukraine said on Monday that a Russian drone had exploded during a late-night airstrike on a Ukrainian port across the Danube on the territory of NATO member Romania, but Bucharest denied that its territory had been targeted. was
While the news agency could not independently verify any of the accounts, there is a rare report of stray weapons from the war in Ukraine targeting a neighboring member of the Western military alliance.

A World Losing the War Against Alien Species: Study

Invasive species that destroy crops, destroy forests, spread disease and disrupt ecosystems are spreading rapidly across the globe, and humanity is unable to stem the tide, a major scientific review said Monday. I was told.
According to the Intergovernmental Science Advisory Panel of the UN Convention on Biodiversity (IPBES), the failure is costing more than $400 billion a year and the equivalent of the GDP of Denmark or Thailand in lost income. is likely a ‘gross underestimate’. )

Israel opens embassy in Bahrain, agrees to promote trade ties.

Israel’s foreign minister agreed on Monday to boost trade ties with his Bahraini counterpart, during his first visit to one of the two Gulf Arab states to build ties with Israel.
“The foreign minister and I agreed that we should work together to increase the number of direct flights, tourism, trade volume and investment,” Eli Cohen said at a ceremony marking the opening of Israel’s new embassy. Duran said.

France on alert as abaya bans begin in schools

French authorities are monitoring more than 500 schools for students flouting a newly announced ban on the abaya Muslim dress for women, the education minister said on Monday, as children across the country return to class.
The government announced last month that it was banning the abaya in schools, saying it violated the principles of secularism in education that have led to bans on Muslim headscarves.

Biden “Disappointed With Putin,” Misses Attending Xi’s G20 Summit

President Xi Jinping will skip the India-hosted gathering this weekend for the first time since the first edition of the G20 summit in 2008, a move US President Joe Biden has already announced as Russian President Vladimir Putin. It has been decided. New Delhi to skip the event.
However, Premier Li Keqiang will lead China’s delegation to the G20 summit, while Russia will be represented at the meeting of the world’s largest economies by Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov.

The leader of the coup became the interim president of Gabon.

Gen. Bryce Oligoi Ngoma, who led a coup last week that overthrew Gabon’s 55-year-old ruling family, was sworn in as interim president on Monday to restore civilian rule in a “free, transparent” manner. and credible elections’, but nothing changed. Time Limit.
He also promised amnesty for political prisoners, in a speech in which he insisted the coup had saved Gabon from bloodshed after elections that were ‘obviously rigged’. Oligoi, head of the elite Republican Guard, led officers last Wednesday to detain President Ali Bongo Ondimba, who has ruled the oil-rich Central African nation since 1967.

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