RRB Exam 2019: Daily Current Affairs One line news – 11th April, 2019 !!

CURRENT AFFAIRS English
🍀 President Ram Nath Kovind launched ‘CRPF Veer Parivar’ app, a mobile application for families of CRPF personnel killed in the line of duty. 🍀 The Nizamabad Lok Sabha constituency in Telangana may enter in the Guinness World Records for the maximum number of Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) of M3 version used in the polling booth.

🍀 India and Sweden inked a pact that will deal a range of challenges around smart cities and clean technologies among others.

🍀 National Mission for Clean Ganga (NMCG) or Namami Gange which is India’s flagship programme, was presented, with the ‘Public Water Agency of the Year’ award by Global Water Intelligence at the Global Water Summit held in London.

🍀 Additional Secretary of the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs (MoHUA), Shiv Das Meena has been appointed as the Chairman cum Managing Director (CMD) of National Buildings Construction Corporation (NBCC).

🍀 Allahabad High Court judge, Justice Vikram Nath appointed as the first Chief Justice of new Andhra Pradesh High Court at Amaravati.

🍀 The government has announced that Karnam Sekar (MD and CEO of the erstwhile Dena Bank) will take over as the MD and CEO of Indian Overseas Bank from July 1.
🍀 National Mission for Clean Ganga (NMCG) or Namami Gange which is India’s flagship programme, was presented, with the ‘Public Water Agency of the Year’ award by Global Water Intelligence at the Global Water Summit held in London.

🍀 According to the United Nations Population Fund, India’s population grew to 1.36 billion at an average annual rate of 1.2% between 2010 and 2019 which stands more than double the annual growth rate of China.

🍀 Google has launched a new open platform named‘Anthos’ to run and manage apps from anywhere. It lets users run applications on the public cloud or on existing on-premise hardware investments.

🍀 The National Safe Motherhood Day is observed every year in India on 11th April. The theme of 2019 NSMD was “Midwives for Mothers”.