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January 07, 2022: National Current Affairs MCQs


1. PM seeks support from all provinces to fight terror

• Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif on January 6, 2023 sought the cooperation of provinces to eliminate terrorism that has reemerged in the country, and asked for support from the business community to make the National Energy Conservation Plan (NE CP) a success.
• Presiding over a meeting on security, the PM emphasised the need for enhancing coordination among the federal and provincial institutions to wipe out terrorism from the country.
• `Terrorists and militants will never be able to shake the nation`s resolve. No sacrifice will be avoided for the security of the homeland,` he maintained, and directed the interior minister, interior secretary and national coordinator of the National Counter Terrorism Authority (Nacta) to hold consultations with the provinces and submit a report


2. Punjab plans Rs60,000 monthly ration package for families with two kids

• Punjab Chief Minister Chaudhry Parvez Elahi has said his government has planned an initiative to give Rs60,000 monthly ration package to the families having two or less children to encourage family planning by involving the World Bank.
• Addressing the students as a chief guest at the 7th convocation of the University of Gujrat (UoG) here on Friday, Mr Elahi said the package to be introduced under the Ehsas Programme to revive the family planning sector that remained neglected in the past.
• He said Shehbaz government had brought a `tsunami of inflation and price hike` in the country that has badly exposed Mr Sharif, alleging the PML-N leadership would come to the country and took dollars abroad.
• He says the nation under the able leadership of Imran Khan is heading towards the goal of prosperity and progress as `Mr Khan is not scared of anybody, nor he could bow to any one`

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3. ILO says flexible timings better for work-life balance

• A new report from the International Labour Organisation (ILO) has suggested that reduced working hours and more flexible working time arrangements, such as those used during the Covid-19 crisis, can benefit economies, enterprises and workers.
• It would also lay the ground for a better and more healthy work life balance, says the report, `Working Time and Work-Life Balance Around the World` released on Friday.
• Working-time laws and regulations on maximum daily hours of work and statutory rest periods are achievements that contribute to the long-term health and wellbeing of a society and must not be put at risk, the report recommends


4. Directions issued to de-silt Rawal Dam for enhancing water storage

• Rawalpindi Development Authority (RDA) Chairman Tariq Mehmood Khan has issued directions to devise a plan for de-silting Rawal Lake and enhance its storage capacity from 28,000 cubic feet to 43,000 cubic feet by next week.
• He gave this direction to the technical team of Water and Sanitation Agency (Wasa) and Small Dams Organisation (SDO) during its meeting held in his office. The meeting was attended by Wasa Managing Director Mohammad Tanveer, SDO Project Director Mehar Manzoor, Wasa Director (Supply) Mohammad Tauseef, Deputy Director (Planning) Azizullah and SDO Assistant Director Arslan Abbas.
• The team informed the RDA chairman that the water storage capacity of Rawal Lake had reduced due to silt and waste coming from drains and nullahs discharged in the Rawal Lake and there was a dire need for de-silting the lake to enhance storage capacity


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5. Russian hackers `targeted US N-scientists`

• A Russian hacking team, known as Cold River, targeted three nuclear research laboratories in the United States this past summer, five cyber security experts allege.
• Between August and September, as President Vladimir Putin indicated Russia would be willing to use nuclear weapons to defend its territory, Cold River targeted the Brookhaven (BNL), Argonne (ANL) and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories (LLNL), according to internet records that showed the hackers creating fake login pages for each institution and emailing nuclear scientists in a bid to make them reveal their passwords.
• A BNL spokesperson declined to comment. LLNL did not respond to a request for comment. An ANL spokesperson referred questions to the US Department of Energy, which declined to comment

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