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September 2021

Daily Top-10 Current Affairs MCQs / News (September 04, 2021) for CSS, PMS

Daily Top-10 Current Affairs MCQs / News (September 04, 2021) for CSS, PMS
Written by Shahzad F. Malik

September 04, 2021: National / International Current Affairs

1. 24 districts face tougher Covid curbs from today

• More restrictions have been placed on 24 districts of the country as the government continues to take measures to stem the spread of Covid-19.
• The National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) on September 3, 2021 decided to impose additional non pharmaceutical interventions (NPIs) in 24 districts, including the capital Islamabad, for nine days, with effect from today (Saturday). The curbs will remain effective till Sept 12.
• The forum will review the non-pharmaceutical interventions on Sept 9.
• On the other hand, the country reported 57 casualties and over 3,700 new cases in a single day.

2. Number of Afghans entering Pakistan, Iran remains `small`: UNHCR

• Afghan nationals have not been fleeing in large numbers across the borders to Pakistan and Iran in the wake of the Taliban takeover on Aug 15, but some have crossed over indicating they intend to claim asylum, the UN refugee agency said on Friday.
• Babar Baloch, spokesman for the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), speaking from Islamabad, said that the numbers of people leaving Afghanistan `remain small`, but gave no figures. `So far what we have not seen is a large refugee influx,` Baloch told a Geneva news briefing.
• Up to 500,000 Afghans could flee their homeland by year-end, the UNHCR had said last week

3. Licence granted to operate budget airline

• After approval from federal government, the Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority has granted a Regular Public Transport (RPT) licence to operate Fly Jinnah, a budget airline that will initially ply domestic routes.
• The Lakson Group, one of Pakistan`s leading business conglomerates, and the Air Arabia Group, operator of the first and largest low-cost carrier of the Middle East and North Africa, announced their decision on Friday to form a joint venture to launch Fly Jinnah.
• After Serene Air and Air Sial, Fly Jinnah will be the latest airline to enter the country`s growing aviation market and will operate both nationally and internationally.

4. Key concerns persuade US, Pakistan to maintain links

• Two key concerns losing a nuclear-armed country to China and having no influence over the Taliban prevent the Biden administration from moving further away from Pakistan, shows a set of documents leaked to the media.
• The Politico a news outlet that covers the US capital city published a report on Friday on messages exchanged between Washington and Islamabad recently.
• The messages also show that `the Biden administration is quietly pressing Pakistan to cooperate on fighting terrorist groups such as ISIS and Al Qaeda in the wake of the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan,` the report claimed

5. Saudi state media companies to start moving from Dubai to Riyadh

• Dubai-based Saudi state owned media companies will start moving staff this month to the capital Riyadh, sources said, as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman presses ahead with plans to remould the kingdom as a regional business hub.
• The move follows a Saudi government decision earlier this year to stop giving state contracts to companies and commercial institutions that base their Middle East headquarters in any other country in the region. State-owned Al-Arabiya and Al Hadath TV channels informed their employees this week about plans to start broadcasting 12 hours a day from Riyadh by next January, two sources familiar with the matter told Reuters.
• They added that it could take up to two years to complete the relocation

6. Belgium creates `garbage highway` for flood victims` dump

• In eastern Belgium, an abandoned highway is almost completely buried under kilometres of piled-up rubbish: crushed refrigerators, splintered furniture, torn curtains, twisted metal, stuffed toys, defunct electronics and shards of glass.
• The makeshift dump comprising 90,000 tonnes of domestic debris stretching for eight kilometres down the closed A601 motorway north of the city of Liege is testament to the devastation wreaked by unprecedented floods in mid-July.
• When residents in this part of the affected Wallonia region had their homes, schools and businesses broken apart by the rushing water, authorities were suddenly con-fronted with a mountain of refuse

7. IS-inspired man shot dead after knife attacks in New Zealand

• An attacker inspired by the militant Islamic State (IS) group injured six people in a New Zealand supermarket knife rampage on September 3, 2021, before being shot dead by undercover police officers who had him under round-the-clock surveillance.
• Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said she was `gutted` the man, a Sri Lankan national, had managed to carry out his `hateful` assault even though he was on a terror watchlist.
• She said the man, who arrived in New Zealand in 2011, entered a shopping mall in suburban Auckland and seized a knife from a display before going on a stabbing spree

8. Taliban sources claim taking control of Panjshir

• Taliban forces have taken full control of Afghanistan, including the Panjshir valley where opposition forces had been holding out, three Talban sources said on September 3, 2021 as heavy celebratory gunfire was heard in the Afghan capital Kabul.
• `By the grace of Allah Almighty, we are in control of the entire Afghanistan. The troublemakers have been defeated and Panjshir is now under our command,` said one Taliban commander.
• It was not immediately possible to confirm the reports

9. CAS Zaheer Ahmed elected PSF president

• The Chief of the Air Staff Air Chief Marshal Zaheer Ahmed Baber has been elected as the president of the Pakistan Squash Federation (PSF).
• The election was conducted here during the 48th annual general meeting of the PSF at the Air Headquarters.
• Air Chief Marshal Zaheer presided over the meeting after the general council elected him as the president.
• Besides squash legends, representatives from provincial squash associations, affiliated members and Pakistan Sports Board were also present during the meeting.

10. Haider makes history for Pakistan at Paralympics

• For everything Haider Ali has won in his storied career, perhaps nothing will ever come close to his discus throw at the Tokyo Olympic Stadium.
• Not his long jump silver medal at the 2008 Paralympics in Beijing, nor his bronze at the age of 31 in the same discipline eight years later in Rio de Janeiro.
• Defying his years, it was finally time for gold on September 3, 2021 when Pakistan`s first and only medallist at the Paralympics became the country`s first gold medal winner, getting a personal best in the process. Nothing beats that, really.

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