Page-5 of Current Affairs - February, 2021

Delhi to switch all its hired vehicles to EVs in 6 months

The Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi, Manish Sisodia, announced that all departments of Delhi government will now use only electric vehicles. This transition to the electric vehicles will be done within 6 months. Highlights The Delhi government has over 2,000 cars in use. The minister is of the view that this decision will inspire other ..

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IRDAI Launches Standard Personal Accident Cover

The Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority (IRDAI) has launched a standard personal accident cover called Saral Suraksha Bima. This accident cover will be mandatorily offered by the general and health insurers from April 1, 2021. Saral Suraksha Bima This product has assured maximum sum of Rs 1 crore while the minimum assured sum of Rs ..

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Central Team Report on Odisha Elephant Deaths

In the month of January-February six elephants died at the Karlapat Wildlife Sanctuary in Kalahandi. Following that, a central team was set up by the Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change. The team in its preliminary report highlighted that, the elephants died because of haemorrhagic septicaemia which is caused by bacteria Pastuerella multoceda. Highlights ..

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Current Affairs – February 26, 2021 [Today’s News Headlines]

Here are Today’s News Headlines by GK Today for February 26, 2021 India Govt announces new social media rules to curb its misuse To prevent the misuse of social media, the Union government on February 25, 2021 announced new rules that make it mandatory for platforms such as WhatsApp to aid the government in identifying ..

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Current Affairs – February 25, 2021 [Daily News Digest]

GKToday provides daily summary of important Current Affairs Topics selected from National and International News. Here is the list of articles covered under Current Affairs February 25, 2021. FinMin allows all Private Banks to Participate in Government Business The finance ministry has allowed all the private sector banks to participate in business related to government such ..

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India-Pakistan agreement on Cross-Border Firing in Kashmir

The militaries of India and Pakistan announced that both sides have agreed to stop cross-border firing along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir. This agreement will come into effect from February 2021. Highlights The joint statement was releasing by the Director Generals of Military Operations of both the countries. Both sides have ..

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