Current Affairs: 22nd-28th September 2019

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1) The United Nations World Tourism Organization commemorates 27th September as International Tourist Day since 1980. Each year the day sees a brand-new motif as well as a new country as a host. This year, for the very first time India is organizing World Tourist Day with the theme ‘Tourist and Jobs: a much better future for all’. As the motif goes, the main objective of the program is to open extra opportunities for job applicants in the field of tourism. The aim is to create awareness regarding different benefits of tourism that may otherwise remain unattainable.

2) Prime Minister Narendra Modi was provided the “Global Goalkeeper” honor by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation for the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan released by his federal government.

3) Anguished over the ‘fairytales of infinite financial development’, Greta Thunberg, the 16-year old Swedish environment change activist has actually taken the globe by storm with movement against climate change, addressed the climate action summit at the UN headquarters in New York city.

4) Urging globe leaders to act on climate change, as well as supply options to the trouble, United Nations Secretary General António Guterres insisted that the time for talks is up, as well as it is time to do something about it. Stating the seriousness of the issue and taking responsibility for the actions, claimed that he is hopeful that the world will certainly have the ability to overcome this challenge.

5) Bulgaria’s Kristalina Georgieva has been selected as the brand-new head of the International Monetary Fund, the first person from an emerging market economy to lead the IMF. She stated, “international financial growth continues to disappoint and trade tension persist”.

6) The Indian duo of Pankaj Advani and Aditya Mehta conquered a tough Thai team to arise world champs in the IBSF World Snooker Team event.

7) Ayushman Bharat plan completes one year; PM Modi states, Ayushman Bharat is more than simply a healthcare plan as it is a sign of hope to greater than 50 crore of India’s most vulnerable individuals.

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