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Daily Current Affairs 22 February 2020
World Thinking Day Day observed globally.
World Thinking Day is observed every year on 22 February 2020. The theme for 2020 is Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.
PM Modi inaugurates first-ever Khelo India University Games at Cuttack.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has inaugurated the first-ever Khelo India University Games at Cuttack in Odisha through video conferencing.
Governor of Odisha- Ganeshi Lal
Chief Minister of Odisha- Naveen Patnaik (BJD)
Capital of Odisha- Bhubaneswar
Language of Odisha- Odia
Formation- 1 April 1936
Sports Minister- Kiren Rijiju
Amarjeet Sinha, Bhaskar Kulbe appointed advisors to PM.
Retired (IAS) officers Amarjeet Sinha and Bhaskar Khulbe have been appointed as the Advisors to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
“5G Hackathon” launched by Telecommunications Department.
The ‘5G Hackathon’ is lauched by the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) in association with the government of India, academia and industry stakeholders to shortlist India’s focused cutting edge ideas that can be converted into workable 5G products and solutions.
IT Minister- Ravi Shankar Prasad (Cabinet Minister)
Sanjay Shamrao Dhotre (Minister of State)
Ministry of Communications and Information Technology
Founded- 19 July 2016
Superseding agency- Ministry of Communications
Head quarter- New Delhi
Departments- India Post, Department of Telecommunications
National Museum hosts ‘Historical Gastronomica – The Indus Dining Experience’ exhibition.
The National Museum in New Delhi is hosting a unique exhibition on India’s ancient food history called “Historical Gastronomica – The Indus Dining Experience till the 25th of this month that goes back to over 5000 years ago.
The event is curated jointly by the National Museum and One Station Million Stories (OSMS) – is based on archaeological research, museum artifacts and their characteristics.
13th COP to CMS concludes at Mahatma Mandir.
The 13th Conference of Parties to the UN Convention to Conservation of Migratory Species (CMS) concluded at Mahatma Mandir in Gandhinagar.
World famous Goa carnival begins in Panaji today.
The world-famous Goa Carnival will begin this evening in the capital Panaji. The festival, which displays Goan art and culture, is celebrated with fun, frolic, pomp and splendor.
Governor of Goa- Satya Pal Malik
Chief Minister of Goa- Pramod Sawant
Capital of Goa- Panaji
Language of Goa- Konkani
Formation Date- 30 May 1987
Language Martyrs’ Day ‘Amar Ekushey’(21 February) Observed in Bangladesh.
Bangladesh yesterday observed the Shaheed Dibash known as ‘Amar Ekushey’ across the country to pay tribute to the martyrs of language movement.
The day is observed as Shaheed Dibash to commemorate the martyrs who were killed in firing by the Pakistani police on 21 February 1952 in Dhaka.
Prime Minister of Bangladesh- Sheikh Hasina
Capital of Bangladesh- Dhaka
Currency of Bangladesh- Bangladeshi taka
Formation Date- 26 March 1971
Leo Varadkar resigns as Prime Minister of Ireland.
Leo Varadkar resigns as Prime Minister of Ireland but chosed to staying on as interim leader while the country’s three main parties battle out deadlocked coalition talks after an inconclusive election. He will continue to play the role until his successor has been appointed.