Gyan Series-Things to Remember 27th April

Gyan Series-Things to Remember 27th April

  1. A pilot project in Malawi of administering ‘RTS,S’, malaria vaccineto children below the age of 2 years has been issued by the World Health Organization.
  1. Dena Bank’s former Managing Director, Karnam Sekar, is now being appointed as the new Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Indian Overseas Bank.
  1. A resolution has been adopted on sexual violence in conflicts that condemns the use of rape as a weapon of war by the United Nations Security Council (UNSC).
  1. PU Chitra won golden women’s 1500m at the Asian Athletics Championships in Doha as well as she is qualified for the World’s Championship which will be held later in this year.
  1. ‘Marsquakes”, a quake on mars caused by land tides or volcanic eruptions has been recorded by NASA’s insight mission.
  1. Akademik Lomonosov, World’s first floating nuclear power plant (NPP), has been successfully tested by Russia.
  1. The merger of private sector lender IndusInd Bank with Bharat Financial Inclusion (BFIL), a microfinance company has been approved by National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT).
  1. A new and unique platform for wholesale cryptocurrency trading has been introduced by the second oldest Cryptocurrency Exchange company, ByUcoin.
  1. Malaria Day, observed on April 25 of every year is celebrated to promote the efforts to prevent malaria around the world.
  1. India’s third project 15B Vishakapatnam class guided-missile destroyer, the future INS Imphal, in Mumbai has been launched by State-owned Mazagon Dock Shipbuilders limited (MDL).

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