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Current Affairs for SSC CGL Exams -19 August 2022

Current Affairs for SSC CGL Exams -19 August 2022

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Current Affairs for SSC CGL Exams -19 August 2022

Current Affairs for SSC CGL Exams – 19 August 2022


New privacy law may only cover only digital data at first

  • The data protection bill that is being redrawn after being withdrawn in Parliament by the government earlier this month will initially only cover digital personal data and not records on paper, people aware of the matter said, adding that possible legacy provisions will be included to cover any data that is subsequently digitised.
  • The move will include making a distinction between digitised and non-digitised data, according to internal discussions held at the ministry of electronics and information technology. “The government is still working on how to segregate the two, with a special focus on ensuring safety of sensitive personal data,” said one official, asking not to be named.
  • “The ultimate aim will be to digitise all data, but the bill, as it is shaping up, is likely to only apply to digital data initially,” the official added.
  • But, this person said, a legacy provision will be included to cover any data later digitised. “Think of birth certificates that are old, and so far, only maintained as physical records. Over time, they will be digitised and all forms of personal data will be protected under the bill,” the official added.
  • A second official said that the Bill will be a truncated version as compared to the report that was tabled by the Joint Committee of Parliament in December 2021. “The idea is to make the bill less complicated and more easily accessible,” the second official said.
  • The first official added that the problems remain the same, and will have to be addressed in the new bill. The bill will be put for public consultation once it is finalised. “To try and apply the laws to data that is on paper will take extensive time. Right now the need is to prioritise privacy of citizens and provide a mechanism to ensure it,” the official said. “There are other recourses that citizens can take if data which is on paper is missed.”


Gandhi statue outside Hindu temple vandalised in New York

  • In a possible hate crime, unidentified persons have destroyed a handcrafted statue of Mahatma Gandhi with a sledgehammer at a Hindu temple here after vandalising it earlier this month, media reports said.
  • Surveillance video shows a person thrashing a statue of Gandhi with a sledgehammer on Tuesday, before smashing the head off and toppling it over, according to
  • Minutes later, a group of six stomp on it and take turns hammering the statue before taking off, the report said.
  • “To see them coming after us like this is very painful,” LakhramMaharaj, the founder of ShriTulsiMandir, situated in South Richmond Hill was quoted as saying in the report.
  • Maharaj discovered the Gandhi statue was reduced to rubble on Wednesday morning.
  • The word “dog” was spray painted both in front of the temple and down the block, it said.
  • The same Gandhi statue was vandalised two weeks ago, investigating officials said.
  • The New York Police Department is investigating both incidents as possible hate crimes, media reports said.
  • Maharaj says many in the community are now afraid to go to the temple.
  • “I cannot show the congregation that I am worried because if I show them that I’m worrying and I’m not strong, how will they be strong?” the report quoted him as saying. The temple authorities cannot afford to replace the Gandhi statue, because it was handcrafted and cost about USD 4,000, the report said.


India better placed on growth-inflation-external balance triangle: FinMin

  • India is better placed on the growth-inflation-external balance triangle for 2022-23 than it was two months ago, on the back of government policy response and the Reserve Bank’s monetary policy actions, the finance ministry’s monthly economic review said on Friday.
  • On the price situation, the review said in absence of any further shocks, the downward movement of global commodity prices along with the RBI’s monetary measures and the government’s fiscal policies are expected to cap inflationary pressures in the coming months.
  • Softening of inflationary pressures in India is further on the anvil as the prices of important raw materials such as iron ore, copper and tin that feed into the domestic manufacturing process, globally trended downwards in July 2022, it noted.
  • Headline retail inflation eased to 6.7 per cent in July 2022 from 7.01 per cent in the previous month.
  • The buoyant performance of some high frequency indicators during the first four months of 2022-23 is consistent with IMF’s forecast.
  • The Index of Industrial Production (IIP) and eight core industries points towards strengthening of industrial activity, while PMI Manufacturing touched an 8-month high in July with marked gains in growth of new business and output, it said.
  • On the external front, it said, post the outbreak of the Russia-Ukraine conflict, an increase in uncertainty among investors has led to capital outflows, not just from India alone but from the group of emerging market economies (EMEs) as a whole.
  • Thus, apart from India, the currencies of several EMEs also depreciated against the US dollar. Between January and July of 2022, foreign portfolio investors pulled out USD 48.0 billion from EMEs, it said.


Manisha Kalyan becomes first Indian to play UEFA Women’s Champions League

  • Young striker ManishaKalyan has become the first Indian footballer to play at the UEFA Women’s Champions League when she made her debut for Apollon Ladies FC in the European Club competition in Engomi, Cyprus.
  • Kalyan replaced Cyprus’ Marilena Georgiou in the 60th minute at the Makareio Stadium, as Apollon Ladies FC beat Latvian top flight club SFK Riga 3-0 in their UWCL opener on Thursday.
  • The 20-year-old had emerged as the fourth Indian women’s international footballer to sign for an overseas club when she landed a multi-year contract with Cypriot top division winners Apollon Ladies.
  • Kalyan had produced impressive performances for the national team and Gokulam Kerala in the Indian Women’s League (IWL).

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