National International Current Affairs 15 April 2020

Current Affairs 15 April 2020

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♦ The Bihar government passed an order to ban spitting tobacco in public places if anyone caught spitting tobacco or pan masala in public places would be imprisonment of 6 months or a penalty of ₹2000

♦ International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) World Economic Outlook (WEO) estimated India’s growth is to dip to 1.9% in 2020 and rebound to 7.4% in 2021. China is projected to grow at 1.2% in 2020 and 9.2% in 2021

♦ The Tour de France cycling race to be scheduled to start on 27 June is called off due to pandemic COVID19. French President Emmanuel Macron

♦ World Chagas Disease Day 2020 for the first time: April 14

♦ Goa becomes the first state to integrate allopathy and Ayurveda to treat COVID-19 patients

♦ RBI to put 200 bps penalty on banks if failed to invest TLTRO funds in 30 days

♦ RBI to launch Sovereign Gold Bonds Scheme 2020-21 in H1 FY21 on behalf of GoI

♦ Retail inflation lowers to 5.91% in March 2020 against 6.58% in February 2020

♦ Bank credit growth decelerated to 6.14% in FY20, which is a 5-decade low mark

♦ 4 Indian-Americans are awarded Guggenheim fellowships 2020

♦ The US cleared the sale of Harpoon missile and torpedoes of total valued of $155 million to India

♦ M V Rajasekharan former Union Minister and Veteran Congress Leader passed away at 91 years

♦ Former Gujarat first-class cricketer Walter D’Souza passes away at 93 years

♦ Kannada actor ‘Bullet’ Prakash passes away at 44 years


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