Daily Current Affairs MCQs / News (September 06 2023) For All Competitive Exam

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Senators grill Power Division over high tariffs, inefficiencies.

The power division, along with its subsidiaries, came under fire from senators on Tuesday for ongoing inefficiency, rampant theft and significant losses in the sector, at a time when such lapses have led to power outages. Bills are skyrocketing, negatively impacting consumers and fueling protests. across the country.
In a meeting presided over by Chairman Senate Standing Committee on Power, Senator Saifullah Abaru, the senators proposed a slab benefit for all residential consumers. He insisted that those consuming less than 200 units per month should be protected from the tariff hike, even if their consumption exceeds the limit for a month or more.

IMF does not ban targeted subsidies for poor, says PM.

Caretaker Prime Minister Anwarul Haq Kakar said that the targeted power subsidy for disadvantaged socio-economic groups consuming about 200 units of electricity has not been discouraged or reduced by the government or the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
In an interview with Dawn News’ English Spotlight program aired on Tuesday, the caretaker prime minister was asked about the caretaker government’s support proposals for the fund and their subsequent rejection. In response, he emphasized the need to support tax-paying economic classes, saying he had an agreement with the lender that he would not grant any concessions to economic classes that did not contribute to the tax base.

Pakistan seeks Iran’s help to overcome drug shortage.

Facing the shortage of medicines, Pakistan has expressed its desire to cooperate with Iran to deal with this problem.
The drug regulatory authorities of the two countries will formulate a comprehensive strategy to ensure uninterrupted supply of life-saving drugs on an expedited basis.
This decision was taken on Tuesday in a meeting between Minister for National Health Services (NHS) Dr. Nadeem Jan and Iranian Ambassador to Pakistan Raza Amiri Moghdad.

“The decision to issue visas was made only by the Pakistani embassy.”

The US State Department has said that it is up to consular officials at the Pakistani embassy to issue or deny a visa application on behalf of a US citizen, and that it had nothing to do with them.
The matter was raised after recent media reports claimed that the Pakistani embassy had denied visas to American citizens of Pakistani origin because of their links to the PTL.

Global trade finance gap hits record $2.5tr.

The global trade finance gap widens to a record $2.5 trillion in 2022 from $1.7 trillion two years ago, as rising interest rates, economic prospects, inflation and geopolitical volatility reduce banks’ ability to provide trade finance. According to a report, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) on Tuesday…
The ‘2023 Trade Finance Gaps, Growth and Jobs Survey’ states that the trade finance gap is the gap between requests for and approvals of financing to support imports and exports.

The United Nations agency has warned against removing sand from the world’s oceans.

About six billion tons of sand and other sediments are removed from the world’s seas and oceans every year, the United Nations said on Tuesday, warning of catastrophic damage to biodiversity and coastal communities.
Launching the first global data platform on sediment extraction in the marine environment, the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) warned that the scale of dredging is increasing, with dire consequences.

The Thai King swears in the Prime Minister and Cabinet.

Thailand’s King Maha Vajiralongkorn on Tuesday swore in Prime Minister Sritha Thaosin and cabinet ministers into an 11-party coalition government.
Srettha, whose Pheu Thai Party is leading the coalition, and 33 cabinet ministers pledged their allegiance to the monarchy during a ceremony at Bangkok’s Dusit Palace. The government will present its policy statement in Parliament on Monday.

The European Union recorded a 28% increase in asylum applications this year.

The number of migrants filing asylum applications in the European Union rose by 28 percent in the first half of this year compared to the same period last year, according to official data released on Tuesday.
The European Union Agency for Asylum (EUAA) said 519,000 such applications were received in the 27-nation bloc and its associated countries Switzerland and Norway from January to the end of June this year.

Supreme Court of India completes hearing on change of status of Kashmir.

India’s Supreme Court on Tuesday ended its hearing on challenges to New Delhi’s imposition of direct rule in occupied Kashmir in 2019, a decision that led to protests and mass arrests.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government suspended Article 370 of the constitution that guarantees limited autonomy to the disputed territory, home to a long-running insurgency against Indian rule.

Modi tried to drop ‘India’ and keep ‘Bharat’ as the official name.

The Modi government on Tuesday took an unannounced move to change the country’s name from the internationally recognized ‘India’ to the Hindi form ‘Bharat’.
The Constitution defines the country as India and India in the Preamble. There has been a long-standing struggle for the Hindu right to remove India as the country’s official name.

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