One Liner Current Affairs- Feb 20, 2023
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- On the occasion of the statehood days of the two northeastern states, President Droupadi Murmu, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and Home Minister Amit Shah welcomed the residents of Arunachal Pradesh and Mizoram on Monday.
- Today marks Arunachal Pradesh’s 37th anniversary as a state.
- On February 20, 1987, Arunachal Pradesh was admitted as a full-fledged state.
2-Since Joshimath, cracks have appeared in a number of homes in Karnaprayag, in the Chamoli region of Uttarakhand, and they are currently expanding quickly. Up to 28 houses nearby are in danger of collapsing.
3-On Monday, Nitin Gadkari, the Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways, officially lay the cornerstone for Nagpur’s Anubhuti Inclusive Park, the largest Divyang Park in the entire globe.
4-In 2016, the Rights of People with Disabilities Act was passed by the federal government.
5-On Monday, Speaker B.K. Arukha convened an all-party conference in Bhubaneswar to discuss how to conduct business smoothly during the forthcoming budget session of the Odisha Legislature.
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6-An official announced on Monday that the Gurugram Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA) has started the tendering process to install smart traffic signals at 91 significant junctions and major roads in the city.
7-Governor Bandaru Dattatraya announced to the assembly on Monday that the state of Haryana has established a special monitoring cell where the Chief Minister and the Chief Secretary keep an eye on 91 projects covering 15 departments with a combined estimated budget of Rs 58,000 crore.
8-The BJP criticised the Congress severely on Monday for adding Jagdish Tytler, a suspect in the 1984 Sikh riots case, to the list of AICC members.
9 – On Monday, the Fazilka district of Punjab was the site of the recovery of a Chinese quadcopter drone, according to the Border Security Force (BSF).
10-Upendra Kushwaha, who has been at odds with Bihar’s Chief Minister Nitish Kumar for some time, said on Monday that he was leaving the Janata Dal-United (JD-U) and forming a new party.
11-Sangeeta Jindal, the founding patron of the Kochi Biennale and a founding trustee of the JSW Foundation, declared on Monday that JSW Steel would work closely with and promote the national treasure that is the Kochi Biennale.
12-In Delhi, it is now against the law to transport people in two-wheeled bike taxis with a private registration number. A fine of up to Rs 10,000 may be imposed.
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13-On Monday, the Gujarat government informed the Supreme Court that it would pursue the death penalty for 11 defendants in the 2002 Godhra train burning case because it was a “rarest of the rare and grave offence.” The Gujarat High Court had commuted the death penalty of these 11 defendants to life in prison.
14-YSR Congress, the state’s ruling party, announced candidates for 18 Legislative Council seats on Monday, with the majority of the seats going to members of the underprivileged classes.
15-Kumbha Ravibabu and Karri Padmasri have been suggested by the YSRCP for nomination to the Legislative Council under the governor’s quota.
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