Sustainable Development Goal: Current Affairs, GK & News - 2020-2021

India in WTO Fisheries Negotiation

Published: December 4, 2020

India recently submitted its proposal at the on-going negotiations at the World Trade Organization (WTO) on preventing harmful fisheries subsidies. The negotiations are being done as according to WTO the harmful fisheries subsidies are estimated to be at 14 billion USD to 20.5 billion USD. What are the proposals placed by India? Under its proposal ..

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World Toilet Day: November 19

Published: November 19, 2020

Every year, the United Nations and several other international organizations celebrate World Toilet Day on November 19. The official convener of the World Toilet Day is the UN-Water. What is the theme of World Toilet Day? In 2020, the World Toilet Day is celebrated under the following theme Theme: Sustainable Sanitation and Climate Change What ..

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April 21: World Creativity and Innovation Day

Published: April 21, 2020

Every year on April 21, the World Creativity and Innovation Day is celebrated by the United Nations. The day creates awareness about the importance of innovation and creativity to achieve United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. They are also called the Global goals. Highlights Creativity and Innovation are the two main wealth of a country in ..

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March 22: World Water Day

Published: March 21, 2020

Every year since 1993, World Water Day is being celebrated on March 22. It is being celebrated to spread the importance of fresh water. The day is celebrated by United Nations as well along with various other organizations all over the world. The theme of World Water Day is Theme: Water and Climate Change Significance ..

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ICMR Report says Delhi and Ahmedabad tops in added-fat consumption

Published: February 24, 2020

The Indian Council of Medical Research conducted study on the food habits of the citizens of the country. The study said that vegetarians consume more fat than that of non-vegetarians. Also, among the metropolitan cities of India, Delhi and Ahmedabad topped the list in average consumption of added fat. Highlights The survey was conducted by ..

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