19 September 2022 Current Affairs by

19 September 2022 Current Affairs by

1) Karnataka announced "third gender" reservations in police recruitment.

19 September 2022 Current Affairs by

➨ Karnataka state became the first state to do so.

CM :- Basavaraj Bommai

Governor :- Thawarchand Gehlot

Nagarhole National Park 

Bandipur National Park

Kudremukh National Park

Language - Kannada

Formation - 1 November 1956

Port :- New Mangalore Port

Anshi National Park 

Bannerghata National Park

2) World Bamboo Day is celebrated every year on September 18.

➨ World Bamboo Organization declared 18 September as World Bamboo Day in 2009 at the eighth World Bamboo Congress held in Bangkok.

➨The date is also marked as the Royal Thai Forestry Day.

3) A two-day Conference on “Smart Village Panchayat: Empowering Rural Communities; Leaving No One Behind” has been organized in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh.

4) The Election Commission of India (ECI) released a new digital publication "BLO e-Patrika" to establish direct communication with Booth Level Officer (BLO).

5) Tata group-owned Air India unveiled a comprehension transformation plan Vihaan.AI
to establish itself, once again, as a world-class global airline with an Indian heart.

6) Bengaluru FC and their talismanic captain Sunil Chhetri won their maiden Durand Cup football tournament title after beating Mumbai City FC 3-1 in the summit clash at the Salt Lake Stadium.

7) Public enterprises selection board (PESB) selected Prasanna Kumar Motupalli as the Chairman and Managing Director of NLC India Limited.

➨ Currently, He is serving as Executive Director in NTPC limited.

8) Indian wrestler Bajrang Punia won a bronze medal in the men’s 65kg on the final day of the World Wrestling Championships 2022 in Belgrade, Serbia.

➨He became the only Indian to claim four medals at the World Wrestling Championships.

9) Former Indian tennis player and Davis Cup captain Naresh Kumar passed away at the age of 93.

10) Union Minister Dr Jitendra Singh launched "Swachhata" Portal for the Special Campaign 2.0 scheduled to begin on October 2 with a focus on Swachhata and Reducing Pendency in Government.

11) The Sports Ministry signed Memorandum of Understandings (MoU) with the country's largest energy conglomerate NTPC and Rural Electrification Corporation with the two PSUs pledging Rs 215 crore to the National Sports Development Fund (NSDF).

12) Tiong Kian Boom, an expert from International Commission on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS), visited Hoysaleshwara temple in Halebeedu, Karnataka.
➨The Hoysala structure is an aspirant for the tag of World Heritage Site, which is given by UNESCO.

13) The rotational presidency of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization has been handed over to India in Samarkand, Uzbekistan.
➨ The next meeting of the SCO Council of Heads of State will be held in 2023 in India.

14) Jharkhand chief minister Hemant Soren launched Jharkhand Sports Policy 2022 in Ranchi.
➨ It aims to reduce bottlenecks from the path of sportspersons in excelling at national and international events.

▪️Jharkhand :-
Baidyanath Temple
Parasnath wildlife sanctuary  
Dalma wildlife sanctuary    Palamau wildlife sanctuary
Koderma wildlife sanctuary  
Udhwa Lake Bird sanctuary  
Palkot wildlife sanctuary  
Mahuadanr wildlife sanctuary

15) Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya launched a 15-day blood donation drive "Raktdaan Amrit Mahotsav".

16) International Equal Pay Day is observed annually on September 18 to end the history of gender discrimination that women are generally subjected to by getting paid less than their male counterparts.
➨ It aims at highlighting issues related to gender pay gap and raising worldwide awareness.

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