29.12.22 MPPSC Daily Current Affairs

Om Sport signs MoU with MP Tourism Board
Madhya Pradesh is becoming a hub for shooting of films and web series. Famous filmmakers and directors of the country are choosing the heartland of the country for shooting after being influenced by the film tourism policy of Madhya Pradesh.
In this series, Om Sport has signed an MoU with Madhya Pradesh Tourism Board and Madhya Pradesh Tourism Development Corporation to shoot five films and two web series in the state. The production house will also invest Rs 50 crore in these projects over five years.
The MoU was signed by Vivek Shrotriya, Additional Managing Director of the Board in the presence of Sheo Shekhar Shukla, Principal Secretary, Tourism and Culture Department and Managing Director of Madhya Pradesh Tourism Board.
Sitiveni Rabuka elected as new Prime Minister of Fiji
Sitiveni Rabuka was confirmed as Fiji’s next Prime Minister  more than two decades after the former military commander first held the office in a term lasting nearly seven years. The 74-year-old won the nomination by one vote over incumbent Frank Bainimarama at a sitting of the Fijian Parliament in Suva. It also signals the end of former Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama’s 16 years in power. In the 55-member Parliament of Fiji, Sitiveni Rabuka secured 28 votes against Bainimarama’s 27 votes.
He was democratically elected as Prime Minister of Fiji, serving from 1992 to 1999, and again in 2022 leading a three-party coalition.
Global Trade Surges to $32 Trillion Record in 2022 Says UN
The value of global trade is set to reach a new record this year, increasing by about 12 per cent to an estimated $32 trillion, according to a UN report that signaled a slowdown heading into 2023. “The substantial trade growth during the last year was largely due to increases in the value of the trade of energy products,” the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development said in the report.
Trade in merchandise goods soared to $25 trillion, an increase of about 10 per cent versus the prior year. Trade in services grew 15 per cent year-over-year to nearly $7 trillion, according to the report.
India Takes Over Leadership of the Asian Pacific Postal Union
India has taken over the leadership of the Asia Pacific Postal Union (APPU) in January 2023. Dr Vinaya Prakash Singh will take over the charge of Secretary General of the Union for a tenure of 4 years. This is the result of the elections during the 13th APPU Congress held in August-September 2022.
There are 32 members in this international organisation from the Asia-Pacific. It is a specific department inside the UN. The sole Restricted Union of the Universal Postal in the area is this one. The Asia Pacific Postal Union’s headquarters are in Bangkok, Thailand.
The goal of APPU is to extend, facilitate and improve postal relations between member countries and to promote cooperation in the field of postal services. As the regional center for various UPU projects, APPU also takes the lead in ensuring that all technical and operational projects of the UPU are fulfilled in the region so that the region is integrated into the global postal network in the best possible way.
Govt seeks to ban social media sites’ promotion of online betting
The Government of India is proposing the ban on promotion of Online Betting on the Social Media platforms. The Information Technology (Intermediary Guidelines and Digital Media Ethics Code) Rules, 2021, have recently been recommended for revision by the Central government to control the Indian online gaming market. The suggestion was made to protect consumers from any harm that skill-based games might cause.
The fact that between 40 and 45 percent of gamers in India are female makes maintaining the security of the gaming industry even more crucial.
E-sports gets recognition from the Indian government as part of multisports events
Esports received a huge boost from the Indian government. It is incorporated into the nation’s mainstream sports disciplines. Droupadi Murmu, the President of India, amended the regulations governing eSports in accordance with the authority “conferred by clause (3) of article 77 of the Constitution” and requested that “e-Sports be included as part of multi-sports events” from the Ministries of Electronics and Information Technology and Sports.
E-sports after being added to the 2018 Asian Games in Jakarta as a demonstration sport, which meant that medals earned in the sport were not included in the official total of medals.
There had been an increase in desire for Esports to be included in the curriculum of multi-discipline competitions.
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