February emerges as for the most trending and leading news, which will definitely blow your mind away!! If you missed out on any of them TrendPickle is here to help you, to keep you refurbished and updated with the exotic technical advancements, stock market , Political animosity and much more!!
1 . Union Budget Highlights 2020-2021 presented by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman.
Union Budget 2020 presented by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharamanto revive economic growth and boost people’s income. The budget primarily focused on 3 major aspects of the economy. Aspirational India, Economic development, Caring society.
The income tax for those earning between Rs 5 lakh and Rs 7.5 lakh will be slash to 10 per cent from 20 per cent. The income tax for those earning between Rs 7.5 and Rs 10 lakh will be slash to 15 per cent from 20 per cent. The income tax for those earning between Rs 10 and Rs 12.5 lakh will be cut to 20 per cent from 30 per cent. The income tax for those earning between Rs 12.5 lakh and Rs 15 lakh will be slash to 25 per cent from 30 per cent. 30 per cent tax rate will still be valid for those earning above Rs 15 lakh. There will be no tax for those earning Rs 5 lakh and Rs 690 billion will be devoured on healthcare spending.
2- G-7 agrees to work with the WHO to tackle Coronavirus Hong Kong reports its first death from Coronavirus
G-7, have agreed to operate with the WHO, EU, and China glancing for a policy to deal with the quick-spreading Novel Coronavirus.
They are probably going to concoct their procedure on movement stratagems and safeguards just as the investigation into the infection.
The number of deaths from the novel coronavirus has risen to 2,465 worldwide. There are at least 78,800 cases globally, and 23 deaths outside mainland China.
The ministers agreed via conference call to coordinate their approach on travel regulations and precautions as well as research into the virus. They will also coordinate with the World Health Organization, the European Union and China.
3- DefExpo 2020 attracts more than 1,000 companies for defence by Rajnath Singh.
Defence Ministers and service chiefs of 38 countries are joining in the 11th edition of the Expo. Apart from that 1,028 companies, including 172 foreign corporations, are obeying this year’s exhibition.
Originating with the ordinance of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) defence minister striding the biennial DefExpo resistance hardware exhibition to their home state, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh will commence DefExpo 2020 in Lucknow on 5th February 2020.
Hyderabad-based missile systems and ammunition manufacturer Bharat Dynamics Limited (BDL) launched its new product, the Amogha-IIIAnti-Tank Guided Missile, during the Defexpo-2020 at Lucknow.
The missile, with a dual-mode IIR suppliant, has a span of over 200 to 2,500 metres. Trained with a tandem warhead, Amogha-III is a leading immediate invasion missile. It will be commercialised after the prosperous culmination of user trials.
4- Sourav Ganguly to accept India’s goodwill ambassador offer for Tokyo Olympics
BCCI president Sourav Ganguly has accepted Indian Association’s (IOA) offer to become the goodwill ambassador of the Indian contingent at the Tokyo Olympics this year.
The IOA extends the honour to Ganguly to be the Goodwill Ambassador of Team India to the Tokyo Olympic Games 2020.
5 – India and Portugal sign 14 agreements in areas including defence, culture and yoga.
India and Portugal signed 14 agreements to strengthen alliance in a span of areas, comprising defence, investment, transport, ports, culture, and industrial and intellectual property rights and yoga. The agreements were signed after extensive talks between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Portuguese President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa in New Delhi.
The economic ties between India and Portugal are on the rise, and bilateral trade has crossed a billion dollars.
6 – Police constable killed in New Delhi violence.
Cops in New Delhi are striving to refurbish decree after pandemonium in the capital over a controversial citizenship bill left a police constable dead on Monday, just hours ahead of US President Donald Trump’s arrival.
Delhi’s Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal grieved for the constable’s death on Twitter and called for peace on the city’s streets. “Violence will not be condoned by anyone. I bid all people please maintain the peace. No solution will come out of the chaos,” Kejriwal said.
Indians have been boycotting for months over the Citizenship Amendment Act, which gives Indian citizenship to emigrants from three neighbouring countries — but not if they are Muslim. Detractors fear the bill could further marginalize the country’s Muslim minority.
Delhi Police said that incidents of violence and arson had been published in Delhi’s North-East province, expanding that the corps was bringing in every endeavour “to restore normalcy.”
7 – Trump tours Taj Mahal, Trump on 2 days Indian visit!
Mr Trump’s first to India. Earlier on Monday, he landed in Gujarat, the home state of Prime Minister Narendra Modi who greeted him thousands of Indians.
Mr Trump received an exuberant welcome in the northern city of Agra. The Trumps then left for the Taj Mahal, a 17th-Century marble mausoleum built by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his queen, Mumtaz Mahal.
Mr Trump moreover made a sudden halt at the Sabarmati Ashram, where Indian independence leader Mahatma Gandhi, who was born in Gujarat, dwelled for 13 years.
He and First Lady Melania Trump strived their hands-on Gandhi’s charkha which is expended to swivel fabric. Gandhi popularized the act as a form of revolt against foreign-made material during India’s squabble for self-reliance.
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8 – Swara Bhaskar on NRC and CAA.
Bollywood actor Swara Bhaskar had to confront another gigantic remorse during a live-show on Saturday after she got imperilled for her dearth of understanding on the incessant discussion of CAA, NRC and the NPR.
Bhasker indulges in fear-mongering by asserting, “The provisions of the NRC are so fearful. The poor people in the country do not have any documents.” As Rubika Liyaqat inquired where was the blueprint of the NRC as alleged by Swara Bhasker, she in retrieval asked the reporter to challenge the administration and said it was none of her jobs.
Clueless Swara Bhaskar then went on to accuse the Narendra Modi government over CAA entailing the botched up NRC enactment in Assam. The satire of fallacies was not even humorous. Liyaqat asks Swara to browse the Act, which does not speak of the minorities in India. “I know you will not read it as it will expose your deception,” Liyaqat slam back.
Additional treasures from the controversy bestowed netizens a free-hand on the memes. During the event, commentator Rubika Liyaqat implored why Swara Bhaskar has a crisis with the enactment of NRC in 2020 and why didn’t she have a hardship when the Congress regime introduced the same in 2010. To this, Swara Bhasker, whose real age is unclear, said she was precisely 15 years old in 2010, which is mathematically FALSE.
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9 – PM unmasked a sculpture of Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya in U.P.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi discovered the sculpture of Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya on 16 February. He commenced the Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya Memorial Centre in Padao on the Varanasi-Chandauli border. He also launched numerous projects worth Rs.1,200 crore that encompasses a 430-bed super speciality coalition hospital, and a 74-bed psychiatry clinic at Banaras Hindu University, UP.
♦ As per BJP optimist, this statue is the gigantic monument in the nation.
♦ It is 63 feet tall.
♦ More than 200 artisans have worked for almost a year in order to complete the configuration.
10- Arvind Kejriwal vowed to be Delhi chief minister for the 3rd time.
Arvind Kejriwal, AAP senior supervisor and national convener, vowed on 16th February, as Delhi chief minister for the third time in a row at Ramlila Maidan. President Ram Nath Kovind had on Friday ordained him as the new chief minister of Delhi as Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) bagged 62 out of the 70 assembly seats in the newly deduced Delhi ballots in which BJP managed to attain only eight and the Congress drew to drive a blank for the second consecutive time.
11- Q3 GDP progress glimpsed at 4.7%, coronavirus stances threat to the budding come back.
The recent coronavirus explosion will prove disastrous for the global economy, including India. Credit agency CRISIL’s has divulged that novel coronavirus is going to whack the Indian economy if it proceeds to the first quarter of next fiscal.
India is a net importer of China with 56 billion dollars. Shaktikanta Das said that few categories in India are inclined to see some upheavals but substitutes are being scrutinized to withstand those problems. Pharmaceutical and electronic manufacturing sectors, which are highly dangling on China for inputs, may be affected.
“It is definitely an issue which needs to be closely monitored by every policymaker whether in India or any other country. Every policymaker, every monetary authority needs to keep a very close watch. So coronavirus issue needs to be closely watched”