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Chief of the Naval Staff: Daily GK current affairs
On November 30th, Admiral R. Hari Kumar was sworn in as the 25th Chief of Naval Staff. On the South Block grounds in New Delhi, he was received with a Guard of Honour as the new Chief of Naval Staff. Admiral Hari Kumar succeeds Admiral Karambir Singh, who announced his retirement on November 30.Admiral Hari Kumar told reporters that taking over as the Chief of Naval Staff of the Indian Navy is a huge honour for him. The Indian Navy, he added, is focused on national maritime interests and maritime security problems. Admiral R. Hari Kumar was commissioned into the Indian Navy’s Executive Branch on January 1, 1983.
Science & Technology
Unique Face Recognition: Latest in Current Affairs
Dr. Jitendra Singh, Minister of State for Personnel, Public Grievances, and Pensions, unveiled a revolutionary Face Recognition Technology for Pensioners in New Delhi on November 29th. He said that the Face Recognition Technique for issuing Life Certificates is a groundbreaking and far-reaching change that will make life easier for the retired and aged. It would affect the lives of not just the 68 lakh Central Government Pensioners, but also the millions of pensioners who lie beyond the Department’s authority, such as EPFO and State Government Pensioners, according to him. He expressed gratitude to the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology as well as the Unique Identification Authority of India, or UIDAI, for developing this technology.
‘Call your Cop’: Today Current Affairs
At Police Headquarters in Kohima, Nagaland DGP T. John Longkumer formally introduced the ‘Call your Cop’ smartphone app. DGP Longkumer, speaking at the opening, stated that the App will allow all inhabitants of the state, particularly those in trouble, to contact the police immediately with just one click. He stated that in today’s environment, IT, the internet, and mobile phones are all-pervasive and cannot be ignored, and that they are occasionally exploited for illegal actions and wrongdoings. He said that this plan is in line with the country’s overall upgrading of the police force, not only in Nagaland. He said that this is part of a larger effort to reduce violence against the weakest sectors of society.
Foreign Office Consultations: Today Current Affairs
On November 29th, India and Uruguay held their fourth Foreign Office Consultations in Montevideo. The Indian delegation was led by Secretary (East) Riva Ganguly Das. Both parties highlighted initiatives to improve and increase trade and investment, access to pharmaceutical goods, information technology collaboration, and people-to-people relations as they reviewed their continuing bilateral cooperation. The response to the Covid pandemic, as well as access to vaccinations and medications, as well as mutual acceptance of Covid certificates, were all considered. On a variety of regional topics, the two parties exchanged viewpoints.