Daily Current Affairs: 10 April 2020


Daily Current Affairs: 10 April 2020

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Daily Current Affairs: 10 April 2020

1. " JEFF BEZOS ( 113 billion dollar) " became the richest person in the list of 2020 billionaire released by FORBES and second richest person " BILL GATES ( 98 billion dollar) ".


2. ARUNACHAL PRADESH recently launched an app to compete with COVID-19  named " COVIDCARE " .


3. ODISHA ( C.M NAVEEN PATNAIK ) state became the first state to extend the lock down by 30th april.


4. INDIAN ARMY tie up with  L & T COMPANY to establish an IT NETWORK.  According to this Centralised Tracking Management  or Control  System will be established and all the army stations will be connected.


5. SAARC donate 5 million dollar to the member counteries for COVID-19 PROJECTS.


6. DRDO ( established 1 jan 1958 , headquater in New delhi,  Director G. Satish reddy)  recently manufactured sanitation enclosure or full face mask.


7.  " GENERICH MEMBRANE COMPANY " developed the " OXYGENERATOR EQUIPMENT  " for the treatment of COVID-19 it spread 35% oxygen  to air.


8. TAMIL NADU government started " MOBILE PROVISION STORE " for providing door to door   service of food to everyone.


9. New MD and CEO of " BHARTI AXA LIFE INSURANCE " became " PARAG RAJA " .


10. INDIAN GOVERNMENT  launched " E-Learning " platform named " iGOT " for frontline worker like doctors,  police,  medical staff etc. which come in direct contact with the COVID-19 patient for providing proper guidelines to them .


11. ODISHA government passed a rule of 2 year jail or 10,000 rupees fine for breaking epidemic rules . They updated 1897 epidemic act.


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