29 March 2024 Current Affairs in English

29 March 2024 Current Affairs

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India – Mozambuque-Tanzania Trilateral (IMT TRILAT 24) exercise concludes at Nacala,  Mozambuque

The second edition of India-Mozambique-Tanzania Trilateral Exercise concluded at Nacala, Mozambique on 28 Mar 24. The week-long exercise underscores the importance of enhanced maritime cooperation and interoperability between the Navies of India, Mozambique, and Tanzania.

INS Tir and Sujata participated in IMT TRILAT 24 from 21 – 28 March 2024.

Combined Index of Eight Core Industries increases by 6.7% (provisional) in Feb 2024 as compared to Index of Feb 2023

The combined Index of Eight Core Industries (ICI) increased by 6.7per cent (provisional) in February 2024 as compared to the Index of February 2023. The production of Coal, Natural Gas, Cement, Steel, Crude Oil, Electricity and Refinery Products recorded positive growth in February 2024.

The ICI measures the combined and individual performance of production of eight core industries viz. Cement, Coal, Crude Oil, Electricity, Fertilizers, Natural Gas, Refinery Products and Steel. The Eight Core Industries comprise 40.27 percent of the weight of items included in the Index of Industrial Production (IIP).

It is published by the Office of the Economic Adviser.

the Office of the Economic Adviser (OEA), Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP), Ministry of Commerce and Industry.Office of the Economic Adviser comes under DIPP, Ministry of Commerce and Industry.

SEBI cancels registration of Karvy Investor Services

Capital markets regulator the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has cancelled the registration of Karvy Investor Services Ltd. (KISL) as a merchant banker for breach of eligibility criteria.

A merchant bank is a financial institution that conducts underwriting, financial advising, and fundraising services for large corporations and high-net-worth individuals

FSIB selects Girija Subramanian as CMD of New India Assurance Company

The Financial Services Institutions Bureau (FSIB) has selected Girija Subramanian as chairman and managing director (CMD) of the New India Assurance Company.

New India Assurance Company is India’s premier general insurance company. Established in 1919. It is one of the Domestic Systemically Important Insurers (DSIIs) identified by the IRDAI.

FSIB selects Bhupesh Sushil Rahul as CMD of United India Insurance Company

The Financial Services Institutions Bureau (FSIB) has selected Bhupesh Sushil Rahul as CMD of United India Insurance Company.

The United India Insurance Company was incorporated as a general insurance company in 1938 and headquartered in Chennai, Tamil Nadu.

METOC seminar ‘MEGHAYAN 2024’ – An insight into the frontline of climate change

As part of the World Meteorological Day celebrations, a METOC (Meteorological and Oceanographic) seminar _’Meghayan-24’_ was conducted by School of Naval Oceanology & Meteorology (SNOM) and Indian Naval Meteorological Analysis Centre at Southern Naval Command on 28 Mar 24.

It was based on the theme ‘At the Frontline of Climate Action’ as promulgated by WMO for 2024.

On this occasion an indigenous mobile application INDRA (Indian Naval Dynamic Resource for Weather Analysis) to disseminate weather related information and forecasts empowering optimal & quick decision making was also launched.

It has been developed by BISAG (Bhaskaracharya National Institute for Space Applications and Geo-informatics) in coordination with Indian Navy.


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