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Current Affairs One-Liner: 25th September 2022

Published on September 25, 2022
  • Union Home and Cooperation Minister, Amit Shah, inaugurated buildings of 5 Border Observation Posts (BOPs) at Beria, Fatehpur, Aamgachi, Pektola, and Raniganj at the SSB camp in Kishanganj, Bihar.
  • The Joe Biden-led US Administration revoked the designation of Afghanistan as a major non-NATO ally. In 2012, Barak Obama named Afghanistan a major non-NATO ally for the maintenance of economic and defence ties.
  • The Government of India (GoI) launched an Indian Sign Language (ISL) dictionary mobile app called “Sign Learn” containing 10,000 words. The app is available in both, Android and iOS versions.
  • The Government of India’s flagship program, Make in India which was launched with an objective to foster innovation, facilitate investment, and enhance skill development, completed eight years.
Current Affairs One-Liner: 25th September 2022
  • Appointments:
    • K Raja Prasad Reddy was appointed as the President of the Indian Newspaper Society (INS). Reddy is from the Telugu daily “Sakshi”.
  • Important Days:
    • Every year, September 25 is observed as World Lung Day around the world. It is an initiative of the Forum of International Respiratory Societies (FIRS) in collaboration with the WHO. The theme for World Lung Day 2022 is “Lung Health for All”.
    • Every year, September 25 is observed as World Pharmacist Day around the world. It is an initiative of the International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP). The theme for World Pharmacist Day 2022 is “Pharmacy United in Action for a Healthier World”.
  • Awards:
    • President of India, Droupadi Murmu, conferred the National Service Scheme (NSS) Awards for 2020-21. A total of 42 awards were given including, 2 Universities, 10 NSS Units, and 30 NSS Volunteers.
    • The Home Secretary of the UK, Suella Braverman, was awarded the first-ever Queen Elizabeth II Woman of the Year award in London.
  • Books and Authors:
    • The Vice President of India, Jagdeep Dhankhar released the book titled "Pt. Deendayal Upadhyay - Jeevan Darshan Aur Samsamyikta". It is a five-volume book and Dr. Bajrang Lal Gupta as its Chief Editor.
  • Obituary:
    • Oscar-winning actress Louise Fletcher passed away at the age of 88 years. She was best known for her award-bagging role in the 1975 classic, “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest”.
  • Sports:
    • Indian women’s cricket team speedster from West Bengal, Jhulan Goswami retired from international cricket after playing her last match against England. With 255 ODI wickets, she has a record for taking the highest number of wickets in the world.
    • Indian Women’s team defeated the England Women’s team by 16 runs in the 3rd ODI to clinch the series 3-0.
    • After the doubles defeat in the 1st round of the Laver Cup, the all-time great Swiss tennis player, Roger Federer, retired from professional tennis. In his last match, he partnered with his long-term rival and friend Rafael Nadal. In his illustrious 24-year journey, Federer won 20 Grand Slams.
  • Tourism Minister Launched “SymphoNE”
  • BPCL Signs an Agreement with Petrobras
  • National Conference of Environment Ministers
  • Microprocessor-Controlled Smart Limbs

Question:

Q.1 Who won the first Queen Elizabeth II Woman of the Year award?
a. Liz Truss
b. Rishi Sunak
c. Suella Braverman
d. Boris Johnson
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