Daily Current Affairs 28 May 2022 in English

Daily current Affairs
Daily current Affairs
  1. Indian Shooting team grabs 1st position overall in ISSF (International Shooting Sport Federation) Junior World Cup 2022. This cup was held at Suhl in Germany. India scores 33 medals in total which include 13 gold, 15 silver, and 5 bronze.
  2. Anwar Hussain Shaik becomes a new chairman of the WTO (World Trade Organisation) Committee on Technical Barriers on Trade.
  3. The French Riviera Film Festival award has been won by Bollywood actor, Nawazuddin Siddiqui. Emmy award-winning American actor Vincent De Paul bestowed honor to Siddiqui.
  4. Nirdeshak, the second of the four Survey Vessels (Large) (SVL) projects have been built by Garden Reach Shipbuilders and Engineers (GRSE) in collaboration with L&T shipbuilding for the Indian Navy was launched, at Kattupalli, Chennai.
  5. From the post of president of the Indian Olympic Association Narinder Batra has resigned. He is also the International Hockey Federation’s president (FIH).
  6. The Central Advisory Board on Archaeology (CABA), which was formed seven years ago to promote ties between the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) and people working in the field of archaeological research, was re-established.
  7. India’s biggest drone festival here and interacted with Kisan drone pilots as well as witnessed open-air drone demonstrations. ‘Bharat Drone Mahotsav 2022’ is set to be a two-day event being held on May 27 and 28. this has been integrated by PM Narendra Modi.
  8. Made in India B infection skin test called ‘c-TB’, has been introduced by India said Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya. This cost-effective tool will be of immense benefit to other high burden countries as well.
  9. The first Global Report on Assistive Technology (GReAT) has been released by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF).
  10. Moody’s Investors Service slashed India’s economic growth projection to 8.8 percent for 2022 from 9.1 percent earlier, citing high inflation. In its update to Global Macro Outlook 2022-23.
  11. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has announced new guidelines to permit qualified jewelers to import gold through the India International Bullion Exchange IFSC Ltd. (IIBX) or any other exchange. IFSCA and the DGFT, the Government of India, must sanction the other exchange.