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Business and Economy- Current affairs 06/10/21
This category of current affairs 06/10/21 consists the important and latest news regarding business and economy of India and world.
Indian Service Sector Remained Strong in September, Increasing Hiring
Services sectors in India have expanded second time in two months as domestic demands have been increasing and Covid-19 restrictions are also easing. This pushed firms to hire more employees for the first time in nearly a year. From a private survey, it came out that Indian companies continued to get benefit from a recovery in demand as the pandemic restrictions were lifted.
Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp are Back Online After Disruption
Facebook, Instagram and Watsapp after hours of disruption, once again are back online and started providing the services perfectly. These three platforms on October 4 has stopped working due to service outages but almost six hours later these platforms started working again and during this time Facebook’s founder Mark Zuckerberg lost $7billion. However, Facebook apologized to the huge community of people and businesses around the world who depend on it by twitting on another social platform.
Nation and Politics- Current affairs 06/10/21
This category of current affairs 06/10/21 consists the important and latest news regarding nation and politics of India and world.
A Major Fire Broke Out at Jaisalmer Fort
A massive fire has been broken out at the Jaisalmer Fort or Sonar Quila (Golden Fort) in Rajasthan. The blaze had been reported at one of its towers. According to the gathered information, it can be assumed that the fire had started in debris which later spread rapidly. Local people have been made alerted as soon as they learned about the incident. The fire department brought the fire under control after a firefighting operation that lasted for nearly an hour.
CM Yogi Adidtyanath Gives Nod to Distribute Free Tablets and Mobiles to Students
The state government of Uttar Pradesh has announced that it will distribute tablets and smartphones to the students and skilled workers in the state. This decision was taken in a cabinet meeting and is aimed at the government’s massive outreach just ahead of the next year’s Lok Sabha election.
Science and Technology- Current affairs 06/10/21
This category of current affairs 06/10/21 consists the important and latest news regarding science and technology of India and world.
A Bengaluru Scientist Won Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar Prize
Scientist T Govindaraju has received the Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar Prize for science and technology. He works at the Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research in Bengaluru. He has been rewarded with the award for his ground-breaking concepts and discovery for diagnosis and treatment for Alzheimer’s, lung cancer among other health problems.
UN Weather Agency Warned About Water Crisis Without Urgent Reforms
The UN weather agency said that countries should urgently adopt the reforms and boost up the cooperation on emergency warning systems of water crises as global water resource management is inadequate and fragmented. The agency also said that it is expected that climate change will give rise to water-related hazards like droughts, floods, etc. while the increasing population will face water scarcity.
Sports, Arts and Books- Current affairs 06/10/21
This category of current affairs 06/10/21 consists the important and latest news regarding Sports, Arts and Books of India and world.
India Withdraws from Hockey from Birmingham Common Wealth Games 2022
The Indian men’s and women’s hockey teams will not take part in the 2022 Birmingham Common Wealth Games (CWG). The Indian team of hockey has performed brilliantly at the Tokyo Olympics 2020 but now withdraws from the upcoming CWG. The reason for this withdrawal is the Britain’s discriminatory quarantine rules. This decision has been made after England pulled out of the Junior Men’s World Cup that is scheduled in Bhubaneswar.
Shaheen Forced Oman to Wave Goodbye to T20 World Cup Event
Oman could have missed out to host the T20 World Cup as Cyclone Shaheen had taken a different route on October 3. Cyclone Shaheen caused heavy rains and winds and at least 11 people were killed from it. But as now the situation is good so the Gulf state is now once again set to host six Group B matches at Al Amerat near Muscat.
World- Current affairs 06/10/21
This category of current affairs 06/10/21 consists the important and latest news regarding the world.
Three People Got Nobel Prize in Physics Related to Climate Discoveries
Scientists from Japan, Germany and Italy have been awarded the Nobel Prize for Physics. Syukuro Manabe and Klaus Hasselmann received the renowned prize for their work in the physical modeling of the climate of Earth, quantifying variability, and reliably predicting global warming. Moreover, the second half of the prize was awarded to Giorgio Parisi who has discovered the interplay of disorder and fluctuations in physical systems from atomic to planetary scales.
Taliban Hanged Bodies of Criminals from Excavators
In a fresh set of shocking images from Taliban-controlled Afghanistan, it can be seen that three men were hanged from excavators in the Herat. The men were accused of kidnapping. In the past few weeks, the Taliban have arrested 85 alleged criminals and some of them have been accused of petty crimes and some have conducted serious crimes. However, Kabul at least witnessed two occasions in which thieves were paraded around the streets with handcuffs, their faces painted and stale bread stuffed in their mouths. This has created a feeling of fear of harsh punishments among the citizens.
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