Some lines of current affairs 31 January 2024 news
- The President of India will speak at the 31st Foundation Day event of the National Commission for Women (NCW).
- Bengaluru is set to host the first G20 Energy Transition Working Group Meeting under India’s leadership.
- The winners of the Best Marching Contingents and Tableaux for Republic Day Parade 2023 have been announced. Uttarakhand’s tableau was recognized as the best, and the Ministry of Tribal Affairs received top honors among Ministries/Departments.
- The initial meeting of the Employment Working Group, led by India during its G20 presidency, will take place in Jodhpur, Rajasthan.
- The Budget Session of Parliament kicks off with President Droupadi Murmu addressing both Houses.
- Over 900,000 vehicles, aged 15 years or more, owned by the Central and state governments, are scheduled to be scrapped.
- The IMF thinks the world’s economy will grow more in 2023 because people are buying things in the US and Europe, and China is opening up its economy again.
- The IMF has agreed to give Bangladesh a support program worth $4.7 billion.
- The Netherlands is now the third biggest place where India sends its exports, after the US and the UAE, between April and December 2022.
- In Pakistan, a suicide bombing at a mosque in Peshawar has caused the death of 59 people, and more than 150 others have been injured.
- Finland is inviting Indian tech professionals to come work during a period when many people are losing their jobs.
- The UK will be the partner country for BioAsia 2023, a global event organized by Telangana.
- Toyota continues to be the top-selling car-maker in the world for the third consecutive year.
- The Khelo India Youth Games kicked off in Bhopal with 6,000 athletes participating in 27 sports.
- Novak Djokovic reclaimed the top spot in the ATP rankings after winning the Australian Open Championship.
Current Affairs 31 January 2024 Test
Major Headings of Todays Current Affairs
Economic Survey of India 2023-24 Tabled in Parliament
The Economic Survey is an important report by the government that looks closely at the Indian economy and plans for the future. It also points out possible problems that could affect the economy. Today (31-01-2024), Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman presented the Economic Survey 2023-24 in parliament. She will present the Budget for 2024 tomorrow.