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Daily Top-10 Current Affairs MCQs / News (September 06, 2020) for CSS, PMS

Daily Top-10 Current Affairs MCQs / News (September 06, 2020) for CSS, PMS
Written by Shahzad F. Malik

September 06, 2020: National / International Current Affairs

1. Defence Day to be observed today

• The Defence Day will be observed in the country with national zeal and fervour on September 5, 2020.
• The day will dawn with special prayers for the sovereignty of the country and gun salutes. Television and radio channels would broadcast special programmes and newspapers will publish special editions to pay tributes to the heroes of the 1965 war.
• In connection with the day, a number of events have been scheduled to be held in Karachi. A ceremony of “Change of Guard” will be held at the Mazar-e-Quaid.
• A contingent of cadets from the Pakistan Air Force Academy, Asghar Khan, would take over the guard duties at the mausoleum of the father of nation Muhammad Ali Jinnah.

2. PM unveils Rs1.ltr Karachi uplift package

• Prime Minister Imran Khan on September 5, 2020 announced an ambitious Rs1,113 billion package for the development of the country`s financial capital and set up a coordination and implementation committee led by Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah to bring all `stakeholders and authorities` together to make key decisions, remove hurdles and ensure their implementation.
• While Prime Minister Khan made it clear that the fund was set up with contribution from both the federal and provincial governments, it is not immediately clear what the exact share of each side is.
• During his visit a week after the record monsoon rains wreaked havoc on Karachi`s infrastructure, the prime minister appeared to be politically accommodating. Unlike the past, Mr Khan not only gave credit to `everyone` in the fight against coronavirus but also made CM Shah head of the committee, which will over-see the Rs1,113bn package implementation, with representation from provincial and federal institutions.

3. Intra-Afghan peace talks set to begin in Doha

• Peace talks between warring Afghan factions are finally set to begin in Doha after protracted delays over prisoners` exchange as a Taliban delegation has returned to the Qatari capital and Afghan government negotiators are scheduled to reach there on September 6, 2020 (today).
• `The government negotiating team is fully ready to depart (for Doha) by tomorrow. They were waiting for the Taliban delegation to return,` Afghanistan Minister of Economy Dr Mustafa Mastoor said.
• He was speaking at a webinar titled `Moving Past Quagmire:Power-Share and Governance Futures in Afghanistan` hosted by the Jinnah Institute, an Islamabad based think tank.

4. Russia acknowledges Pakistan’s sacrifices in fight against terrorism

• Chief of General Staff of Russian Federation General Valery V. Gerasimov has lauded the professionalism of Pakistan Armed Forces and acknowledged Pakistan’s sacrifices in fight against terrorism.
• According to Inter-Services Public Relations Directorate, he was talking to Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee General Nadeem Raza in Moscow. “Matters of bilateral military cooperation and regional security dynamics between the two countries were discussed during the meeting.”
• Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee is on two days official visit to Russia to attend Defence and Security Cooperation conference at Shanghai Cooperation Organization forum. He will also attend closing ceremony of ‘International Military Games 2020 at Moscow.

5. China has deep strategic interests in Pakistan: US report

• An official US report indicates that China has deep strategic interests in Pakistan, which will persuade both countries to stay engaged despite possible irritants.
• In its 2020 report to Congress on `Military and Security Developments` in China,` the US Department of Defence suggests that Pakistan is among a handful of countries where Beijing seeks to enhance both `bilateral and multilateral` engagements.
• The report published earlier this week notes that Pakistan is among the countries where China `has likely considered locations for military logistics facilities,` a claim both Beijing and Islamabad reject as speculative

6. US vote-by-mail begins as White House drive turns ugly

• The US electionis officially open North Carolina on September 4, 2020 launched vote-by-mail operations for the Nov 3 contest between President Donald Trump and Democrat Joe Biden, which is getting uglier by the hour.
• With two months until Election Day, Trump is seizing on fears over violent protests in US cities and questioning the integrity of voting by mail, while challenger Biden intensified his criticism of a `deplorable` leader who he said is not fit for office.
• Worries about the unabated spread of coronavirus are expected to prompt a surge in the number of ballots cast by mail, as millions seek to avoid polling stations.

7. Sudan declares emergency

• Sudan on September 5, 2020 declared a three-month national state of emergency after record-breaking torrential floods that cost 99 lives.
• “A nationwide three-month state of emergency has been announced as Sudan is considered a natural disaster zone,” the interior ministry said on social media.
• Floods caused by more than a month of heavy rains have killed 99 people, injured 46 and left 100,000 damaged properties in their wake, one of the worst natural disasters in decades, according to state news agency Suna.

8. New Delhi says India, China agree to reduce border tension

• As reports poured in over the week of India and China escalating tensions over their Ladakh border disputed, New Delhi said September 5, 2020 it had agreed de-escalate with Beijing to avoid conflict.
• Both sides deployed additional forces along the frontier running through the western Himalayas after a clash in June, during which 20 Indian soldiers were killed in hand-to-hand fighting. China has not released casualty figures for its troops.
• Indian Defence Minister Rajnath Singh met counterpart General Wei Fenghe on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation meeting in Moscow late on Friday.

9. Israelis rejoice in weed from heaven

• Cannabis rained from on high in Israel`s liberal hub of Tel Aviv this week as legalisation campaigners used a drone to airdrop bags of the drug, sparking delight on the ground.
• `Green Drone` had preannounced a drop of hundreds of bags, each containing two grammes (just under a 10th of an ounce), on central Tel Aviv`s Rabin Square.
• `It`s time, dear friends.
• Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it`s Green Drone distributing free cannabis from the sky,` it said on its Telegram channel, quoted in Israeli media.

10. US troops drill in Lithuania as Belarus tensions mount

• Several hundred US troops started arriving in NATO member Lithuania on September 5, 2020 for military exercises near the border with Belarus, where tensions are mounting over its disputed presidential election.
• More than a dozen Abrams tanks crossed the Lithuanian border from neighbouring NATO partner Poland on Saturday afternoon, a photographer said.
• The deployment, to last until November, is `preplanned and not associated with any events in the region,` a Lithuanian defence ministry statement said.

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