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Daily Current Affairs 1st October 2019 For All Government Examinations

Daily Current Affairs 1st October 2019 For All Government Examinations
Daily Current Affairs 1st October 2019 For All Government Examinations

Daily Current Affairs 1st October 2019 For All Government Examinations

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Air Chief Marshal RKS Bhadauria takes over as the 26th IAF Chief

 He succeeds Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa, who retired after 41 years of service in the IAF.
 RKS Bhadauria was appointed as the next chief of IAF by the Union Government on September 19, 2019.

Air Marshal Bhadauria was commissioned in the fighter stream of the Indian Air Force in June 1980, and has held various command, staff and instructional positions.

An alumnus of the prestigious National Defence Academy, he graduated from the Air Force Academy with the coveted ‘Sword of Honour’ and was commissioned in the fighter stream of IAF on 15 June 1980.
He has over 4270 hours of experience on twenty seven types of fighters as well as transport aircraft and holds the unique distinction of being an Experimental Test Pilot, a Cat 'A' Qualified Flying Instructor and a Pilot Attack Instructor.......Read More

BRAHMOS Supersonic Cruise missile with indigenous systems test-fired successfully

BRAHMOS supersonic cruise missile featuring Indian propulsion system, air frame, power supply and other major indigenous components, was successfully test fired at 10.20 AM on 30th September 2019, from ITR, Chandipur in Odisha.

The missile was successfully test-fired for its full range of 290-km during the launch jointly conducted by DRDO and BrahMos Aerospace.

 It was jointly conducted by the Defence Research and Development Organization (DRDO) and the BrahMos Aerospace.

With this successful mission, the indigenous content in the formidable weapon has reached a high value, thus bolstering India’s defence indigenisation and the flagship ‘Make in India’ programme.

 Raksha Mantri Shri Rajnath Singh congratulated team DRDO, BrahMos and Industries for today’s  successful mission.

Jointly developed by India and Russia, the versatile BRAHMOS has been operationalised in the Indian Armed Forces with all three services......Read More

Closing Ceremony Indo-Thailand Joint Military Exercise Maitree - 2019

Exercise MAITREE-2019, the joint military training exercise between Indian Army (IA) & Royal Thailand Army (RTA) which commenced on 16 Sep 19, culminated on 29 Sep 2019 at Foreign Training Node, Umroi (Meghalaya).

During the last 14 days, contingents of both armies shared their expertise and experiences in counter terrorism operations and enhanced interoperability.

 Also Read: Indo-Kazakhstan Joint Military Exercise KAZIND - 2019

The scope of the exercise encompassed joint training in various facets of counter terrorism operations in urban and jungle environments.......Read More

Harsh Vardhan inaugurates ‘Arogya Manthan’, on completion of one year of Ayushman Bharat- PMJAY

Dr Harsh Vardhan, Union Minister of Health and Family Welfare, inaugurated the ‘Arogya Manthan’, a 2-day national workshop organised by the National Health Authority (NHA) to mark the first year anniversary of Ayushman Bharat PMJAY, which was launched on 23rd September last year at Ranchi by the Prime Minister Modi.

He said that “Ayushman Bharat with it pillars of Health and Wellness Centres (HWCs) and Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana (PMJAY) is ably fulfilling the Hon. PM’s pragmatic vision of serving the poor and needy, through affordable, quality and accessible healthcare services which are now available close to their own communities, and the assurance component which is totally cashless, and available in any part of the country.

Nitin Gadkari Inaugurates Dasna-Hapur Section of Delhi-Meerut Expressway

Union Minister for Road Transport & Highways Shri Nitin Gadkari inaugurated the Dasna-Hapur section of Delhi-Meerut Expressway (package-3) in UP’s Pilakhuwa.

The 82-kilometre long Delhi-Meerut Expressway connects Delhi with Meerut in western Uttar Pradesh. A sum of Rs 8346 crore is likely to be spent on the project.

The third package from Dasna to Hapur in Ghaziabad is over 22 kilometre long. Its civil cost is Rs 1058 crore. This 6-lane section has 2+2 lane service roads on either sides, and a 4.68-kilometre long 6-lane elevated corridor at Pilkhuwa. It has seven new bridges, a flyover at Hapur bypass, 11 vehicular underpasses, two pedestrian underpasses, two foot overbridges, six major junctions and 105 minor junctions.

94th Military Nursing Service Raising Day to be celebrated

The 94th Raising Day of the Military Nursing Service (MNS) is to be celebrated tomorrow, on October 01, 2019.

Nursing officers will rededicate themselves to render high quality, selfless nursing care to their patients by reading the Florence Nightingale Pledge on the occasion.

The Chief of the Army Staff will be the chief guest at a function organized at Army Hospital (Referral & Research) to mark the Raising Day.

MNS is the only all women corps in the Armed Forces. It came into being on March 28, 1888 with the arrival of the first batch of 10 qualified British Nurses in Bombay, to organize nursing in Military hospitals in India.

In 1893 it was designated as Indian Army Nursing Service(IANS) and in 1902 as Queen Alexandra Military Nursing Service (QAMNS). In 1914 for the first time Nurses were enrolled in India and were attached to QAMNS.

On October1,1926, a permanent Nursing Service for the India troops was formed and was designated as the Indian Military Nursing Service (IMNS).

The IMNS made humble beginnings and their work was universally acclaimed. On September 15, 1943, the IMNS officers became a part of the Indian Army and the members of service became Commissioned Officers.

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