24.2.23 MPPSC Daily Current Affairs

MP’s budget will be ‘Modern Budget’
The budget of this year’s election in Madhya Pradesh is going to be special. According to the information received, this time there will be a ‘Modern Budget’. This budget will strengthen the economy, in which emphasis will be laid on development and public welfare. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan took part in the presentation related to the preparation of the state budget, in which focus has been given on development, agriculture and rural areas.
The special thing is that the Shivraj government of Madhya Pradesh has a special focus on the tribal community of the state. In such a situation, due to the election year, tribals will also be given priority in the budget this year.
In this regard, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that no stone will be left unturned to strengthen the state’s economy. He also said that it will be our priority to provide employment to the villagers in the village itself. An amount of more than 48 thousand crore rupees has been planned to be spent on infrastructure development.
The Chief Minister also said that, through this budget, our efforts will also be to take maximum advantage of the provisions in the budget of the Government of India. Four tourist circuits will be developed in the state. For this, Rs 400 crore will be spent in the financial year.
UK pips India as 6th biggest stock market
The UK surpassed India as the sixth-largest country by market capitalisation, as the domestic market grappled with a crash in stock prices of Adani Group and a weak rupee that’s prompting foreign investors to turn net sellers.
This is the first time in nine months that the UK took the spot of sixth-largest market by value and India is at the seventh spot, a Bloomberg report said. Compared to India, a weak pound sterling is helping UK companies boost their exports and that, in turn, is leading to a surge in their stock prices, it said.
At close of trading on Tuesday, the UK had a market cap of $3.11 trillion, about $5 billion ahead of India’s, Bloomberg data showed. The table is topped by US with a market cap of almost $44 trillion, with China at the second spot with $11.1 trillion.
Seattle becomes first U.S. city to ban caste discrimination
The Seattle City Council added caste to the city’s anti-discrimination laws, becoming the first U.S. city to specifically ban caste discrimination.
Calls to outlaw discrimination based on caste, a division of people based on birth or descent, have grown louder among South Asian diaspora communities in the United States. But the movement is getting pushback from some Hindu Americans who argue that such legislation maligns a specific community.
Cabinet Gives Go-Ahead To Construction Of Shinku La Tunnel For All-Weather Connectivity At Ladakh
In a significant boost to tourism and other economic activities in the region, the Cabinet has approved the construction of 4.1-km-long Shinku La Tunnel at an estimated cost of Rs 1,681 crore to provide all-weather connectivity in Ladakh.
The Border Roads Organisation (BRO) will construct the world’s highest tunnel at 16,580 feet.
First Nuclear Power Plant to be set up in Northern India, Aims to Expand Nuclear Capacity
The Union Minister of State for Science & Technology, Dr Jitendra Singh declares that the first nuclear power plant will be constructed in the Northern part of the country. This will be initiated in the Gorakhpur village in the Fatehabad district in Haryana, Uttar Pradesh.
Minister Jitendra Singh stated that the installation of a nuclear energy plant in Northern India will be undertaken due to prioritising the increase in the nuclear capacity of India. It is one of the innovative decisions that has been taken in the past eight years.
North India’s first Nuclear Plant is coming up in Haryana in the town of Gorakhpur, which is about 150 km north of the national capital of New Delhi.
UNICEF India Appoints Actor Ayushmann Khurrana as National Ambassador for Child Rights
UNICEF India made an official announcement of the appointment of the National award-winning film star Ayushmann Khurrana as a National Ambassador. The actor collaborates with UNICEF in order to support ensuring the rights of each and every child to survive, thrive, and be protected. His role is also to encourage their voice and agency in necessary decisions that are related to them.
Ayushmann assumed the position of UNICEF India’s Celebrity Advocate in September 2020. At that time, his role was to advocate against violence committed against children and the agenda of broader child rights. He has actively engaged while working on the cause at the root level.
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