Pm Modi Current Affairs - 2020

PM Modi’s birthday: Seva Saptah organised

Every year, on Prime Minister Modi’s birthday that falls on September 17, Seva Diwas is celebrated. This year Seva Saptah has been organized to mark the PM’s 70th birthday. The Seva Saptah is observed between September 14, 2020 and September 20, 2020. Seva Saptah is also called a week of Seva. Highlights The Gujarat Government Read More…

Japan’s longest serving Prime Minister Shinzo Abe resigns

On August 28, 2020, the longest serving Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe resigned due to health issues. He was suffering from ulcerative colitis. Shinzo Abe Shinzo Abe is the longest serving Prime Minister in the history of Japan. He served from 2006-2007 and also from 2012-2020. It was Abe who introduced the concept of Read More…

13th India-UAE Joint Commission Meeting held virtually

On August 17, 2020, India and UAE held their 13th Joint Commission Meeting virtually. Highlights The five sub-committees from India and UAE participated in the meeting. This included the following Economic, Trade and Investment Cooperation Defence and Security Cooperation Education, Culture and Youth Cooperation Consular and Community Affairs Cooperation Overview and High-level Exchanges The countries Read More…

India-Nepal agree to hasten India-aided Development Projects

On August 17, 2020, India and Nepal agreed to speed up India-aided Development Projects. This is being done amidst China’s continuous efforts by China to draw Kathmandu into its sphere of influence by providing infrastructure projects and loans at low rates. Highlights The discussions were held between Indian Ambassador to Nepal, Vinay Kwatra and his Read More…

PM Modi launches Optic Fibre Link connecting Lakshadweep Islands with the mainland

On August 15, 2020, PM Modi announced the Optic Fibre Linking of Lakshadweep Islands with the mainland during his address at the 74th celebrations of Independence Day. Highlights The undersea Optical Fibre Cable link to be established between Lakshadweep and the mainland is second in the country. The first of its kind was established between Read More…