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Day by Day Current Affairs (April 05, 2020) MCQs for CSS, PMS

Day by Day Current Affairs (April 05, 2020) MCQs for CSS, PMS
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April 05, 2020: National / International Current Affairs

1. Sugar crisis probe report leaves ruling alliance red-faced

• Two much-awaited reports on the recent sugar and wheat crises in the country were made public on Saturday, exposing ruling Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf`s bigwig Jahangir Tareen and allied parties` leaders federal Minister for Food Security Khusro Bakhtiar, Monis Elahi of PML-Q or their relatives as being involved in the scam.
• The reports were made public on the directives of Prime Minister Imran Khan who, according to Special Assistant on Accountability Mirza Shahzad Akbar, had ordered stern action against those found involved in the crises `irrespective of their status and party affiliation`.
• The inquiry committee, headed by Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) director general Wajid Zia, had prepared the reports. One is about the sugar crisis, its high prices and the subsidy obtained by sugar barons during last year in particular and past four years in general


2. Sindh stops transportation of its wheat to Punjab

• The Sindh government on April 4, 2020 stopped transportation of its wheat purchased by the private sector to Punjab without assigning any reason.
• In response to a request from Punjab, the Sindh government on April 1 allowed 10 flour mills from Lahore and Sheikhupura to purchase 300 metric tonnes of wheat each from five districts of the province. The permits were issued in view of inter-district and interprovincial movement of grain during the harvest.
• However, officials of the Sindh Food Department barred trucks loaded with wheat from leaving Larkana district on Saturday in spite of production of a letter issued by the Sindh government permitting the 10 flour mills to purchase the staple and transport it to Punjab


3. PTA asks internet providers to launch cheap packages during outbreak

• As the internet use in the country has increased during the Covid-19 lockdowns, the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) has asked internet providers to offer affordable services to customers.
• In a letter to Fixed Line Operators (FLO) on Thursday -a copy of which is available with Dawn the PTA said during the ongoing lockdown across the country, the overall requirement in the country for broadband had increased considerably.
• In view of the prevailing Covid-19 circumstances and mandate given under Section 4(1) C read with Section 6 (F) of the Pakistan Telecommunication (Re-organisation) Act 1996, the PTA directed all fixed-line operators to immediately launch student/work from home packages of 2Mbps (40GB data limit) at a reasonable rate of less than Rs600 (inclusive of tax) per month


4. Google Doodle celebrates Pak squash player Hashim Khan

• Google Doodle celebrated legendary Pakistani squash player Hashim Khan on April 4, 2020. Hashim is widely revered as one of the sport’s all-time greatest players.
• On April 4, 1951, Khan won the British Open Squash Championships, propelling him from relative obscurity to the status of an international icon. Khan was born in 1914 and raised in Nawakilli, Peshawar. Establishing a career that earned him a spot in the US Squash Hall of Fame, Khan won seven British Opens, five British Professional Championships, three US Opens and three Canadian Opens.
• He died on August 18, 2014.


5. Keir Starmer elected new UK Labour leader

• Pro-European centrist Keir Starmer was on April 4, 2020 unveiled as new Labour party leader, heralding a shift in Britain`s main opposition party after a crushing election defeat under veteran socialist Jeremy Corbyn and years of ideological in fighting.
• The 57-year-old former chief state prosecutor defeated Corbyn loyalist Rebecca Long Bailey and backbencher Lisa Nandy in a lengthy campaign sparked by Corbyn`s resignation after December`s loss at the polls to Boris Johnson`s Conservatives.
• Angela Rayner becomes the new deputy leader, Labour announced on Twitter, after it was forced to cancel a special conference because of the coronavirus outbreak.


6. China falls silent in honour of thousands who died from Covid-19

• China on April 4, 2020 mourned the thousands of `martyrs` who have died in the new coronavirus outbreak, flying the national flag at half mast throughout the country and suspending all forms of entertainment.
• The day of mourning coincided with the start of the annual Qingming tomb-sweeping festival, when millions of Chinese families pay respects to their ancestors.
• At 10am Beijing time, the country observed three minutes of silence to mourn those who died, including frontline medical workers and doctors. Cars, trains and ships sounded their horns and air raid sirens wailed


7. OIC slams Indian law to alter Kashmir`s status

• The human rights branch of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) has slammed new laws by the Indian government to control parts of occupied Kashmir.
• The OIC `condemns the promulgation of illegal `Jammu and Kashmir Reorganisation Order 2020` by India which is an attempt to alter demographic and geographic status of the Indian occupied Kashmir`, it said in a Twitter posting on Friday. The OIC wing pointed out that the latest Indian action was a violation of international human rights and humanitarian laws, including the Fourth Geneva Convention, OIC and UN Security Council resolutions.
• It demanded India stop human rights violations in occupied Kashmir, abolish `draconian laws` and recognise Kashmiris` right to self-determination


8. Facebook launched a desktop version of its Messenger app

• Social media giant Facebook has launched a desktop version of its Messenger app for Windows and Mac with free unlimited group video calls.
• It replicates some of the features of popular video conferencing service Zoom – already available on desktop – which is in the midst of a security and privacy crisis.
• The new desktop Facebook Messenger app is similar to the mobile version which launched for iOS and Android in 2011, with video calls being added in 2016.


9. China mourns thousands died in coronavirus epidemic

• China on April 4, 2020 mourned the thousands of “martyrs” who have died in the new coronavirus outbreak, flying the national flag at half mast throughout the country and suspending all forms of entertainment.
• The day of mourning coincided with the start of the annual Qingming tomb-sweeping festival, when millions of Chinese families pay respects to their ancestors. The country observed three minutes of silence to mourn those who died, including frontline medical workers and doctors


10. FIFA extends men`s age limit for Tokyo Olympic event

• FIFA has extended the age limit for the men`s football tournament at the rescheduled Tokyo Olympics due to the coronavirus pandemic.
• The amended Olympic rule on Friday retains the players born on or after Jan 1, 1997 standard for the Tokyo Games following a one-year postponement agreed last week by the International Olympic Committee and Japanese authorities.
• It means players eligible for the intended U-23 tournament in 2020 can still play in Japan at age 24 next year. Men`s football kicks off ahead of the July 23, 2021 opening ceremony in Tokyo.


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