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Day by Day Current Affairs (September 23, 2019) | MCQs for CSS, PMS

Day by Day Current Affairs (September 23, 2019) | MCQs for CSS, PMS
Written by Shahzad F. Malik

September 23, 2019: National Current Affairs

1. Imran briefs US legislators about India`s excesses

• Prime Minister Imran Khan spent the second day of his seven day visit to the United Nations briefing US lawmakers, scholars, human rights activists and the media on the repercussions of the Indian annexation of the disputed Kashmir valley.
• The lawmakers who called on the prime minister on September 22, 2019 include the US Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee Lindsey Graham.
• Both are among the most important lawmakers on Capitol Hill and enjoy considerable influence in their parties. Senator Schumer, a New York Democrat, is known for his interest in human rights issues and can be very helpful in highlighting rights violations in held Kashmir.
• Senator Graham, a Republican, is among a handful of lawmakers whom President Donald Trump consults on major issues.
• Recently, he was twice sent to Pakistan to solicit Islamabad`s support for the Afghan peace process.

2. EZDMC chief resigns before launch of Rashakai economic zone

• The chief executive officer of Economic Zones Development and Management Company (EZDMC) has tendered resignation at a time when launch of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa`s largest industrial estate is just round the corner.
• The EZDMC chief has cited `personal reasons` for resignation from the post.
• Saeed Ahmed, who had been heading the government-owned company for the last one and half years, emailed his resignation on September 22, 2019 to the secretary of industries department, who is also chairman of the company`s board.
• The resignation letter, a copy of which is available with Dawn, states that he is resigning due to personal reasons as CEC with immediate effect from September 21.
• Mr Ahmed said that he recently moved his family to Canada for his children education and was planning to return to continue his job, however, splitting the family at that stage while children were very young was going to be inappropriate and stressful for the family as well as himself. `As a result, my family and I decided to resign from the service,` he added.

3. Woman posted as SHO in Khanewal

• First time ever in the history of Khanewal district police, a woman police officer has been posted as SHO Kuhna Police Station. District Police Officer Omer Saeed Malik posted lady Sub-Inspector Zainab Malik as SHO of Kuhna Police with the aim to improve performance of the police and its public image.
• SI Zainab Malik is an educated and competent police officer, this step would prove as catalyst for changing mindset of the woman folk in the society and encourage them to join the Police Department with complete faith.

4. PTA can’t block any website: IHC

• The Islamabad High Court (IHC) has declared that the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) is not empowered to block any website in violation of due process and without hearing the other party.
• Besides this, a single bench of IHC comprising Chief Justice of IHC Justice Athar Minallah has also directed the PTA to frame within three months the rules for blocking ‘unwanted’ websites after it learnt that the PTA had blocked over 800,000 websites in violation of the statutory provision.
• The PTA revealed about blocking of these sites before the court during the hearing of a petition filed against the blocking of the website of left-wing Awami Watan Party (AWP).
• After the PTA admission that the “rules [related to blocking of websites] have not been prescribed yet” even three years after the enactment of relevant laws, the IHC Chief Justice observed that under such circumstances, “blocking of website was indeed in violation of the principles of natural justice”.
• The PTA under sub-section 1 of Section 37 of the Pakistan Electronic Crimes Act (PECA), 2016 has been empowered to block the websites if the content is against the glory of Islam, integrity, security and defense of Pakistan, public order, morality or contemptuous.

September 23, 2019: International Current Affairs

5. Taliban meet Chinese government in Beijing

• A Taliban delegation met China’s special representative for Afghanistan in Beijing on September 22, 2019 to discuss the group’s peace talks with the United States, a spokesman for the Islamist insurgency said.
• The meeting comes after U.S. President Donald Trump’s eleventh-hour cancellation earlier this month of the negotiations between his country and the Taliban, which many had hoped would pave the way to a broader peace deal with the Afghan government and ending a 17-year war.
• The Taliban’s nine-member delegation travelled to Beijing and met Deng Xijun, China’s special representative for Afghanistan.
• Qatar was where the Taliban and the United States held peace talks over the past year.
• “The Chinese special representative said the U.S.-Taliban deal is a good

6. Trump admits subject of Ukraine phone call was Biden

• US President Donald Trump on September 22, 2019 confirmed he did discuss former vice president Joe Biden and corruption allegations in a phone call with Ukraine`s leader, as Trump`s opponents called for his impeachment.
• A whistleblower`s complaint sparked off accusations that Trump had sought to persuade President Volodymyr Zelensky to provide damaging information on Biden, Trump`s possible 2020 election challenger.
• Trump confirmed that the conversation, held in July, had addressed alleged corruption involving Biden and his son Hunter, and he floated the possibility that a transcript could be released.
• `We had a very great conversation, very straight, very honest conversation. I hope they can put it out,` Trump said, repeating that he had done nothing wrong.

7. Last five years set to be hottest on record: study

• A damning new UN report published on September 22, 2019 said the world is falling badly behind in the race to avert climate disaster as a result of runaway warming, with the five-year period ending 2019 set to be the hottest ever.
• It comes ahead of a major UN climate summit on Monday that will be attended by more than 60 world leaders, as Secretary-General Antonio Guterres pushes for countries to increase their greenhouse gas reduction targets.
• The report `highlights the urgent need for the development of concrete actions that halt global warming and the worst effects of climate change, said its authors, the Science Advisory Group to the summit.
• Average global temperature between 2015-2019 is on track to be the hottest of any five-year period on record, according to the report, which was compiled by the World Meteorological Organisation.

8. Nobel laureate starts fund for survivors of violence

• The Nobel Peace Prize-winning surgeon whose hospital in war-torn Congo has treated over 50,000 victims of sexual violence has launched a fund with the goal of providing reparations for survivors of conflicts around the world.
• Dr. Denis Mukwege said in an interview that he and his team at Panzi Hospital in eastern Bukavu province could physically and mentally help victims of rape and other abuse, but that the only way to really heal survivors is for society to accept the wrong that was done to them through reparations.
• Legal action can be taken against an alleged perpetrator, he said, but even in cases in which women win, “there is no reparation.”
• Mukwege said reparations can be individual or collective, symbolic or financial, depending on the victim, the case and the context.

September 23, 2019: Sports Current Affairs

9. Osaka wins Pan Pacific Open for first title on home soil

• Naomi Osaka won her first singles title since the Australian Open in January by beating Russia`s Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova 6-2, 6-3 in the Pan Pacific Open final on September 22, 2019.
• Enjoying strong support from a parochial crowd, the former top-ranked Osaka dominated the match with her powerful groundstrokes and broke Pavlyuchenkova`s serve twice to take the opening set in 31 minutes.
• Top-seeded Osaka didn`t ease off in the second set, denying the Russian any chance of getting a foothold in the match and closed out with an ace.
• It is Osaka`s first title in the country of her birth she lost finals in Tokyo in 2016 and `18 and fourth in her career. She won back-to-back majors at the US Open in 2018 and the Australian Open in January.

10. Pakistani athletes win Khunjerab marathon

• Pakistani athletes on September 21, 2019 won the first-ever Khunjerab Highest Altitude Road Marathon.
• It was a momentous occasion in the history of Pakistan as 154 ecstatic long distance runners from across the world enthusiastically ran on the descending Karakoram Highway, starting from the magnificent Khunjerab Top and ending at Sust, a small town in the majestic pass.
• This highest ever marathon took place at an elevation of 4,693 meter above the sea level near Khunjerab Top, and featured a unique blend of young and old, local and foreign, male and female long distance runners, sweating out on the 8th wonder of the world.
• In 50 kilometers race, Mohammad Siyar from Pak Army clinched the first position, whereas Aslam Khan from GB Scouts remained the runner-up. The third position was clinched by Mohammad Iqbal.
• In the 42km race, army`s athletics team dominated, bagging the first three coveted positions. Umair Haider secured first position and Mohammad Faheem and Sohail Tanveer clinched the second and third spots, respectively.

Day by Day Current Affairs (September 23, 2019) | MCQs for CSS, PMS

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