One Liner Current Affairs-Feb 7, 2023

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One Liner Current Affairs-Feb 7, 2023

1- On February 11 and 13, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will travel to Tripura in advance of the state assembly elections on February 16.

2- According to a report released on Tuesday, over 150 people got sick after eating tainted food at a festival in the Katihar district of Bihar.

  • The village of Visharia is located within the jurisdiction of the district’s Koda police station.

3-On Tuesday, Mookambika Rethinam, the state secretary of the women and child welfare wing of the Makkal Needhi Maiam (MNM), urged the Tamil Nadu government to grant menstrual leave to female students.

  • Actor and politician Kamal Haasan started a political party called MNM.
Kamal Haasan

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4-On Tuesday, the government of India signed an agreement with the International Energy Agency (IEA) in Paris to improve global energy security, stability, and sustainability through increased cooperation in data and research.

5- Muzaffarpur, Bihar’s municipal government, has allocated Rs 1 crore to spay/neuter the district’s stray dogs.

  • It was announced by Mayor Nirmala Sahu that a proposal was approved by the city council during their meeting.

6-Partha Chatterjee, the former education minister of West Bengal and the main suspect in the multi-billion dollar teacher recruitment scam, said on Tuesday that he is being subjected to political persecution and mental harassment.

Partha Chatterjee

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7-According to the charge sheet, Aftab Amin Poonawalla admitted to killing his live-in partner Shraddha Walkar because she allegedly hurled abuse at him because of his extramarital affairs and money problems.

8-A dog’s body was discovered in a water tank that provides potable water to a neighbourhood in Pudukottai, in the Tamil Nadu district of Virudhunagar.

9-To investigate allegations that an advocate misled candidates during Sunday’s statewide bar council exams in India, the Bar Council of India (BCI) has appointed a panel led by retired high court judge Paresh Upadhyay.

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10- According to a local official in the Nalanda district of Bihar on Tuesday, a young boy, aged seven, was killed by celebratory gunfire.

  • On Monday night, fireworks went off at a birthday party for a young girl in the village of Parmanand Bigha. Naresh Yadav, the girl’s father, and six others have been charged in a FIR filed at Noor Sarai police station. Those who have been accused have fled the scene.

11- The Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Ltd. (ONGC), based in Bengaluru, is a state-owned explorer in talks with global majors like ExxonMobil and Equinor to share technology and modernise its exploration operations.

12-According to a report by Emkay Global Financial Services, the growth of electric vehicles (EVs) worldwide and in India is being propelled by the “three A’s” of affordability, availability, and acceptance.

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13- Through January of this year, the Agriculture Infrastructure Fund had approved loans totaling Rs 15,626 crore, resulting in the construction of 21,380 infrastructure units across the country at a cost of over Rs 32,000 crore.

14- On Tuesday, Congress MLA Vimal Chudasama was given a six-month jail term by the Maliya Hatina Judicial Magistrate First Class (JMFC) Court.

Vimal Chudasama
  • And yet, Chudasama said the court had cleared him of criminal intimidation charges.
  • The Congress MLA and three others were found guilty of rioting and unlawful assembly with a common object by a court in Gujarat.

15- Officials from the Western Railway in Mumbai announced on Tuesday that the Indian Railways (IR) have launched a massive initiative called “Operation Nanhe Farishtey” to find missing children and stop child trafficking on the country’s extensive rail network.

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