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Current Affairs for SSC CGL Exams – 01 July 2022

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Current Affairs for SSC CGL Exams – 01 July 2022

Current Affairs for SSC CGL Exams – 01 July 2022


‘There is reason to be afraid’: Nobel laureate Amartya Sen on India’s situation

  • Expressing concern over the current state of affairs in India, Nobel laureate AmartyaSen, who was in the city, said people should work towards maintaining unity.
  • He also said that divisions should not be made on religious lines.
  • “I think if someone asks me if I’m scared of something, I would say ‘yes’. There is a reason to be afraid now. The current situation in the country has become a cause for fear,” the celebrated economist said at the inauguration of Amartya Research Centre in Salt Lake area.
  • “I want the country to be united. I don’t want division in a country that was historically liberal. We have to work together,” he said.
  • Asserting that India cannot belong only to the Hindus or to the Muslims, the octogenarian stressed on the need to stay united in line with the country’s traditions.
  • “India cannot be (a country) of Hindus only. Again, Muslims alone cannot make India. Everyone has to work together,” Sen added.


Two Indo-Canadian academics honoured with Order of Canada

  • Two Indo-Canadian academics, working on research to advance the betterment of mankind, have been honoured with one of the country’s most prestigious awards, the Order of Canada.
  • Their names were in the list published by the office of the governor-general of Canada Mary Simon. Both have been invested (as the bestowal of the awards is described) into the Order as a Member.
  • They are professors Ajay Agrawal and ParminderRaina. In a release from her office, Simon said that those being appointed “come from a variety of sectors, have achieved national and international success, and have shown ingenuity, innovation and generosity”.
  • The Order of Canada was created in 1967 by Queen Elizabeth II, Canada’s Head of State, to honour people “whose service shapes our society, whose innovations ignite our imaginations, and whose compassion unites our communities”.
  • The citation for Agrawal notes he was selected for “his visionary leadership as an educator and entrepreneur, and for his mentorship of students and aspiring business owners”.
  • Professor of strategic management at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management, Agrawal is also the founder of the Creative Destruction Lab, which as emerged as a leading incubator for innovators, focusing on cutting edge areas including artificial intelligence and space technology.
  • In a letter to the CDL community in late June, Agrawal wrote, “We are rapidly approaching the kick-off to our eleventh year of operations. Our mission today is exactly the same as when we launched CDL in the fall of 2012: to enhance the commercialisation of science for the betterment of humankind.”


India’s power consumption grows 17.2% to 134.13 billion units in June

  • Power consumption in the country grew by 17.2 per cent year-on-year to 134.13 billion units (BU) in June, amid severe heat and spurt in economic activities.
  • Power consumption in June last year was recorded at 114.48 BU, which was higher than 105.08 BU in the same month of 2020, according to power ministry data.
  • Moreover, peak power demand met, which is the highest supply in a day, during June this year remained at an all-time high of 209.80 GW (on June 8).
  • The peak power supply stood at 191.24 GW in June 2021, and 164.98 GW in June 2020.
  • The power consumption and demand were affected in June 2020, due to the imposition of lockdown restrictions for curbing the spread of the coronavirus.
  • The power consumption in June 2019 (pre-pandemic period) was at 117.98 billion units.
  • The third wave of the pandemic hit the country in January this year, which forced many states to impose local restrictions such as night and weekend curfews. They had also taken measures like a ban on dining in bars and restaurants. These restrictions were eased gradually.
  • According to experts power demand and consumption is likely to grow at higher rates in the coming months.

::Science and tech::

Isro’s PSLV-C53 places three satellites in orbit

  • The Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) successfully launched Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle-C53, which placed three satellites in orbit from the second launchpad at SatishDhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota.
  • This was the second dedicated commercial mission of NewSpace India Limited (NSIL), the commercial arm of Isro. It had on June 23 launched GSAT-24 in its first “demand-driven” communication satellite mission post space sector reforms, leasing the entire capacity on board to Direct-to-Home (DTH) service provider Tata Play.
  • In a statement issued on Thursday, Isro said that the PSLV-C53 was “successfully launched at 6.02pm.”
  • The four-stage, 44.4m tall PSLV-C53 rocket that blasted off from the second launch pad of SatishDhawan Space Centre, placed the three Singaporean satellites – DS-EO, NeuSAR and SCOOB-1 – in an intended orbit of 570km.
  • “It is designed to orbit the DS-EO satellite along with two other co-passenger satellites from Singapore. This is the 55th mission of the PSLV and the 15th mission using the PSLV-core alone variant. It is the 16th PSLV launch from the second launch pad. The mission proposes to demonstrate the utilisation of the spent upper stage of the launch vehicle as a stabilised platform for scientific payloads subsequent to the separation of the satellites,” read the Isro statement.
  • Scientists said that after around 18 minutes of the lift-off, the rocket injected the three Singapore satellites into their respective orbits.
  • Isro chairperson S Somnath also confirmed the launch, and congratulated NSIL for achieving another milestone.


Rafael Nadal makes shocking retirement revelation after Wimbledon 2nd round win

  • Battling through his chronic foot injury – the Mueller Weiss syndrome, to be more precise – Rafael Nadal bagged to astonishing title wins in Australian Open and French Open. 
  • Her came back from the pain to win his first major at Melbourne Park since 2009 and battled through it to extend his record to an unthinkable 14th title at the Roland Garros. 
  • Nadal however went through a pulse radiofrequency treatment before he made his return to Wimbledon this year, and has already reached the third round of the tournament. But following his win at the Centre Court, Nadal made a massive revelation about his retirement.
  • Following the win in Paris, Nadal travelled to Barcelona for the treatment. He then spent his time in Mallorca, recovering from the treatment before he practised on grass to gear up for his first Wimbledon appearance in three years.

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