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Daily Top-10 Current Affairs MCQs / News (July 11, 2020) for CSS, PMS

Daily Top-10 Current Affairs MCQs / News (July 11, 2020) for CSS, PMS
Written by Shahzad F. Malik

July 11, 2020: National / International Current Affairs

1. PM unveils construction industry package

• Prime Minister Imran Khan on July 10, 2020 announced a big incentive package for the construction industry that includes a subsidy of Rs30 billion for the Naya Pakistan Housing Project (NPHP) so that people could build their dream house at an affordable cost.
• He said that due to the adverse impact of the coronavirus on the country`s economy, the government had obtained a recess in international obligation till Dec 31 this year and people investing in the construction industry would not be asked about their sources of income.
• This facility would last only till Dec 31, 2020 and everyone should avail it, the prime minister said while addressing the nation after chairing the first meeting of the National Coordination Committee on Housing, Construction and Development.

2. UN urged to continue documenting HR abuses in held Kashmir

• Pakistan on July 10, 2020 called on the United Nations to continue monitoring and documenting human rights abuses being committed by India in occupied Kashmir.
• `Pakistan reiterates its call for enhanced international monitoring of and continued UN reporting on the human rights crisis in Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir to save lives, dignity and freedoms of the Kashmiri people under illegal occupation for over seven decades,` the Foreign Office said in a statement.
• The UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) had in 2018 and 2019 produced two consecutive reports pointing out serious human rights violations in occupied Kashmir, particularly excessive use of force by Indian security forces leading to civilian casualties, use of pellet guns, arbitrary detentions, and impunity enjoyed by Indian authorities and forces in the occupied territory indulging in rights abuses.

3. Saindak project resumes production after eight months` suspension

• Production of raw materials has been resumed at the Saindak coppercum-gold project as its smelter has been ignited by Chinese and Pakistani officials of the MCC Resource Development Limited (MRDL) after the suspension of almost eight months in Chagai district`s Saindak area.
• According to a press release issued on July 9, 2020, the resumption of the production, which was scheduled to be resumed in March, was delayed due to the coronavirus outbreak.

4. Aamir Masood promoted as Air Marshal, 10 officers as Air Vice Marshal

• The government has promoted Air Vice Marshal, Aamir Masood to the rank of Air Marshal while 10 other Air Commodores have been promoted to the rank of Air Vice Marshal.
• According to a press release issued by Pakistan Air Force (PAF) on Friday, 10 Air Commodores have been promoted to the rank of Air Vice Marshal.
• The Air Officers from General Duty (Pilot) branch who have been promoted from the rank of Air Commodore to Air Vice Marshal include Air Vice Marshal Amir Rashid, Air Vice Marshal S Fauad Masud Hatmi, Air Vice Marshal Muhammad Jamal Arshad, Air Vice Marshal Zaffar Aslam, Air Vice Marshal Muhammad Sarfraz, Air Vice Marshal Kazim Hammad and Air Vice Marshal Shakil Ghazanfar. The promoted Air Officers from the Engineering branch include Air Vice Marshal Irfan Zaheer, Air Vice Marshal Asif Maqsood and Air Vice Marshal Muhammad Amir Hayat, according to the press release

5. Pakistan Post issues stamp on World Population Day

• The Pakistan Post has issued a commemorative postage stamp to mark the World Population Day. Each year since 1989, World Population Day is observed globally on July 11, to raise awareness, educate people and mobilize governments about the urgency and importance of population issues. The message on the postage stamp calls for sustainable population growth by achieving a balance (Tawazun) between people and resources.
• The stamp has been issued by Pakistan Post at the request of the Population Council and the United Nations Population Fund. Imagery of the current stamp reflects the new narrative on the population issue, calling for achieving a balance (Tawazun) between people and resources, and for ensuring the fundamental rights of all individuals.
• All citizens and every child born have the right to shelter, nutrition, healthcare, education, parental attention, and a good quality of life

6. Iconic Hagia Sophia becomes mosque in Turkey

• President Tayyip Erdogan declared Istanbul`s Hagia Sophia open to prayer as a mosque on July 10, 2020 after a top court ruled that the building`s conversion to a museum by modern Turkey`s founding statesman was illegal.
• Erdogan made his announcement just an hour after the court ruling was revealed, brushing aside international warnings not to change the status of the nearly 1,500-year-old monument that is revered by Christians and Muslims alike.
• The United States and church leaders were among those to express con-cern about changing the status of the UNESCO World Heritage Site, a focal point of both the Christian Byzantine and Muslim Ottoman empires and now one of the most visited monuments in Turkey

7. Netherlands takes Russia to European court over MH17 downing

• The Netherlands said on July 10, 2020 it would take Russia to the European Court of Human Rights for its role in bringing down Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 over Ukraine, killing nearly 300 people.
• The Dutch government`s move is designed to support cases brought by the relatives of dozens of victims to the Strasbourg-based court, Foreign Minister Stef Blok said.
• The Boeing 777 travelling from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur was blown out of the sky by a surface-to-air missile fired from rebel held eastern Ukraine on July 17, 2014.

8. Nepal bans Indian news channels after border dispute

• Nepal`s cable television operators have suspended Indian news channels for `objectionable` reporting on the country`s prime minister as tensions between the neighbours rise over a border dispute.
• The countries have been wrangling since India opened a new road to the disputed Lipu Lekh pass on their border in May.
• The Indian channels went blank late on Thursday, days after the Zee Hindustan news channel aired a report that said a relationship between China`s ambassador and Prime Minister K.P.
• Sharma Oli had caused the dispute with India

9. China, US in fresh spat over Uighur crackdown

• China said on July 10, 2020 it will impose tit-for-tat measures after the United States slapped sanctions on Chinese officials for their involvement in a crackdown on Muslim minorities, raising tensions between the superpowers.
• The two countries have traded barbs and sanctions on a slew of issues since President Donald Trump took office, from trade to more recent spats over the coronavirus pandemic, a security law in Hong Kong, and Chinese policies in the far west regions of Tibet and Xinjiang.
• The latest Chinese response followed a US announcement of visa bans and an assets freeze on three officials, including Chen Quanguo, the Communist Party chief in Xinjiang and architect of Beijing`s hardline policies against restive minorities

10. Scientists focus on how immune system T cells fight coronavirus

• As scientists question whether the presence, or absence, of antibodies to the novel coronavirus can reliably determine immunity, some are looking to a different component of the immune system, known as T cells, for their role in protecting people in the pandemic.
• Recent studies show that some recovered patients who tested negative for coronavirus antibodies did develop T cells in response to their Covid-19 infection. While the studies are small and have yet to be reviewed by outside experts, some scientists now say that people who experience a mild illness, or no symptoms at all, from the new coronavirus, may be eliminating the infection through this T cell response.

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