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Free Trade Agreement: Latest in Current Affairs
India and Israel have decided to begin Free Trade Agreement discussions next month, i.e, in November. External Affairs Minister Dr. S Jaishankar told the media following discussions with Israeli Foreign Minister Yair Lapid that talks would begin in November and that he is certain that negotiations will be completed by June next year. Both Ministers spoke about a variety of regional and international problems. They agreed to mutual recognition of Covid vaccine certification in principle. Dr. Jaishankar also welcomed Israel as the International Solar Alliance’s newest member. At Yad Vashem, the Foreign Affairs Minister also paid tribute to Holocaust victims. This memorial, he added, is a testament to the human spirit’s strength and boosts the will to confront evil. He also went to the Israel Museum’s Kadavumbagam Synagogue, where he met younger members of the Cochini-Jewish community.
Kushinagar International Airport: Latest Current Affairs Today
The Kushinagar International Airport in Uttar Pradesh will be opened on October 20 by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Gautam Buddha achieved Mahaparinirvana in Kushinagar. The international airport will be a major changer in the growth of the city, which is a vital element of the Buddh circuit. The government launched the Buddh circuit initiative to develop locations associated with Lord Buddha’s life. Sarnath, Shravasti, Kushinagar, Kaushambi, Sankisa, and Kapilavastu are among the significant Buddhist pilgrimage sites in Uttar Pradesh. These destinations are now attracting a large number of international visitors, with Sarnath leading the way. Mukesh Meshram, Uttar Pradesh’s Principal Secretary for Tourism and Culture, told AIR that the government is striving to improve these places.
Geospatial Energy Map: 19 October 2021 Current Affairs
On October 18th, the National Institution for Transforming India, NITI Aayog released the India Geospatial Energy Map. To offer a full perspective of energy production and distribution in a country, the map aims to identify and locate all major and secondary energy sources, as well as associated transportation networks. With the help of the Indian Energy Ministries, NITI Aayog created a complete Geographic Information System Energy Map in cooperation with the Indian Space Research Organisation. The GIS map displays the country’s whole energy resources, including conventional power plants, oil and gas wells, petroleum refineries, coal fields, and coal blocks, and district-level data on renewable energy power plants and resource potential.
‘Gen Next’ Leaders: Daily GK Current Affairs
Dr. Vinay Sahasrabuddhe, Chairman of the Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR), has stated that as part of the Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav, India would invite young leaders from 75 democracies as part of the Gen-Next Democratic Network project. Media briefings are conducted in New Delhi. According to Dr. Sahasrabuddhe, on October 18th, young leaders under the age of 35 from the ruling party, opposition party, and other significant parties would be invited, with the first batch including leaders from Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Japan, Indonesia, Chile, and Zambia. The event would be inaugurated by Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla on November 25th, he added. The goal of the event, according to Dr. Sahasrabuddhe, is to provide future leaders with a broad understanding of India’s rich democratic tradition.