7 September 2016 Current Affairs
Huge pressure from the BCCI, ICC drops its proposal of two- tier test system
The International Cricket Council leaves its controversial proposal of having a two-tier system in test cricket after having a huge pressure from the world’s wealthy cricketing figure BCCI with the support of Sri Lanka, Zimbabwe, and Bangladesh. During the two-day Chief Executives Committee (CEC) meeting in Dubai the two –tier test system proposal which was supposed to come up for discussion BCCI president Anurag Thakur, who has been an oral monitor of this move terming it a harmful and backward step for the financially weaker nations, welcomed the move. He also thanks the members of ICC who understand their viewpoint agreed to take the proposal off the table.
Pallets guns are generally used in hunting peoples: Gun Manufacturer
The manufacturer of pallet guns, used against the protestors by armed forces in Kashmir said that these guns are used in hunting peoples. No test has been conducted regarding their effect on the human body. Defence Ministry’s Pune-based ammunition factory concluded that these guns are gen The state government in response to an appeal seeking of the pellet guns said the weapon is a current method to deal with mass control and the use of the cartridges containing 400 or 500 rounded or sharp edged metallic or lead pellets does not infringe the planning of the law guaranteeing protection of life and personal liberty to citizens.
Students from Mumbai Disha and Prathamesh win National Abacus competition
The boy from Mumbai only nine-year-old Prathamesh Shriodkar and Disha Mahale aged 8 win the competition and got the cash rewards in the 15th Abacus and Mental Arithmetic Competition. The UCMAS had to solve 200 math’s problems in just 8 minutes depending on the student level. The event is organized by UCMAS India Jaipur, Rajasthan on 27 august and followed by the ceremony on August 28.In all over 5000 exams were conducted on a single day, and over 1600 awards are distributed on that day with the students from the 25 states.
Need quick attention poor condition of government school in Delhi
The mega parent’s teacher meet conducted by Delhi government in the month of july. This meeting is attended by the parents. By this meeting the government wants to aware the parents about the system of the school and what are the major problem facing by the student during the school.
In the state of Delhi approx 16 lakh student is studying in 1, 0 11 schools around the Delhi received poor quality of education. After the Aam Aadmi government came into the power the funds for the education has been increased to 23 per cent from 13 per cent. It was revealed that school has poor management and overcrowded classrooms and much other reason that made school insignificant.
Pokémon Go developers have been blamed for hurting religious sentiments
The Gujarat High Court on Wednesday issued notices to state and central governments as well as the developer of location-based disagreement reality game “Pokemon Go” on a Public Interest Litigation (taking legal action ),(PIL) calming that the game hurts religious point of view of certain communities by showing eggs in places of worship. The court also authorizes the petitioner’s lawyer to issue the notice to the foreign company through email, besides normal procedure.