6 April 2024 Current Affairs in English

6 April 2024 Current Affairs

6 April 2024 Current Affairs refers to the latest news and events happening worldwide and are relevant to our daily lives. Staying updated with the 6 April 2024 Current Affairs is essential for students who are preparing for exams, especially competitive exams, as it forms an important part of the syllabus. The importance of the 6 April 2024 Current Affairs lies in its ability to help students enhance their general knowledge, improve their reading and comprehension skills, and develop their critical thinking abilities.

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International Day of Sport for Development and Peace 2024

International Day of Sport for Development and Peace falls on April 6th, 2024. This day serves as a powerful reminder of the unifying and transformative power of sport in promoting peace, development, and well-being across the globe.

The official theme for International Day of Sport for Development and Peace 2024 is “Sport for the Promotion of Peaceful and Inclusive Societies”. It was announced by the United Nations Office on Sport for Development and Peace. Read the complete article here.

Mphasis inks pact with AWS to set up Gen AI Foundry for financial services

Indian IT services firm Mphasis has signed a multi-year global strategic collaboration agreement with Amazon Web Services to establish the GenAI Foundry.

The foundry will empower financial institutions and help maximize the impact of the technology. The foundry will initially serve the financial services industry, with plans to expand across other sectors.

RBI proposes to make CBDC-R accessible to non-bank payment system operators

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) proposed to make Central Bank Digital Currency-Retail (CBDC-R) accessible to a broader population by allowing non-bank payment system operators to offer CBDC wallets.

Non-bank payment system operators include third-party payment applications like PhonePe, Google Pay, etc.

The RBI launched the CBDC pilot program in 2022. The Indian CBDC, also known as the digital rupee, is a tokenized digital version of the rupee issued by the RBI.

The main objective is to mitigate the risks and trim costs in handling physical currency, costs of phasing out soiled notes, transportation, insurance, and logistics.

India removes export curbs on essential goods for Maldives

India has removed export curbs on specified quantities of certain commodities like eggs, potatoes, onions, rice, wheat flour, sugar, and dal for Maldives in the current fiscal year. The Directorate General of Foreign Trade (DGFT), in a notification, said these exports have been permitted to Maldives under the bilateral trade agreement between countries during 2024-25.

Maldives is an island and atoll in the Indian Ocean. Maldives capital city is Male.

EIL conferred with CIDC Vishwakarma Award

Engineers India Limited (EIL) has been conferred with the prestigious CIDC Vishwakarma Award by the Construction Industry Development Council (CIDC) in the category of “Construction Health, Safety & Environment” for Rajasthan Refinery Project, Barmer.

The awards were presented during the 15th CIDC Vishwakarma Awards ceremony held in New Delhi on April 4, 2024.

RBI Projects Consumer Price Index Inflation For This Fiscal At 4.5%

While announcing the bi-monthly monetary policy, the Reserve Bank of India has said, the Consumer Price Index inflation for 2024- 25 is projected at 4.5%.

The real GDP growth for 2024-25 is projected at 7.0% with Quarter 1 at 7.1%; Quarter 2 at 6.9%; Quarter 3 at 7.0%; and Quarter 4 also at 7.0%.

Consumer Price Index (CPI) is one of the price indices used to measure the change in the retail prices of goods and services consumed by a defined population group in a given area.

The National Statistical Office (NSO), under the Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation, compiles CPI separately for rural, urban, and combined sectors every month.


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