Delhi GK Yearbook 2020 : Latest Current Affairs

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Current Affairs consists of latest news/ information about Delhi based on The Hindu, Indian Express, PIB, Yojana, People, Events, Ideas and Issues across the Social, Economic & Political climate of the State.

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Introduction of Delhi

In Mahabharata, this land of Delhi was initially a huge mass of forests called ‘Khandavaprastha’ which was burnt down to build the Indraprastha. Below is the tabular description of the history of Delhi. 

S.No Description Answer
1. Founded in(Capital Formation) 1911
2. Formation of Union Territory 1956
3. Also Known As  Indraprastha
4. Ruled By Ashoka, Mauryan Emperor, Firuz Shah Tughluq, Mughals
5. Major Historical Events Delhi was the site of the magnificent and opulent Indraprastha, capital of the Pandavas in the Indian epic Mahabharata, founded around 3500 BC

The NCT covers an area of 1,484 square kilometres. According to the census, Delhi city proper’s population was over 11 million the second-highest in India after Mumbai. Below in this table, we have described all the essential Structural and physiographical divisions of Delhi.

S.No Description Summary
1 Total Area 1,484.0 km2 (573.0 sq mi)
2 Population 16,787,941
3 The rank of the state Area wise:- 31st Population wise:-
4 Population Density 11,312/km2 (29,298/sq mi)
5 State Bounded By Haryana on three sides Uttar Pradesh to the east
5 Soil & Minerals alluvial soil
7 Major Crops Paddy Field Sorghum Pearl Millet Kharif Crop Wheat Mustard Plant
8 Forest Area 299.77 sq. km. (20.22%)
9 Climate humid subtropical climate
10 River Yamuna Agra canal Hindon River Sahibi river
11 Dam Delhi Dam Hart wick Dam embankment dam
12 Major  Flora Banyan Tree Peepal Tree Neem tree
13 Major Fauna Frogs Leopards

The Mughals ruled Delhi for a long period and the art during that period was worth seeing. Akbar’s empire has been known for work on arts and crafts. In the ancient period, the people used arts and crafts in their palaces for better lives. This is the reason why Mughals used to have Persian artists for carpet weaving and metal crafting. Let us check out the complete information about Delhi Culture and Tradition which is followed by the people of Delhi.

S.No Description Summary
1 Folk Dance Bihu Bhangra Sambalpuri Ghumura Dance Garba Chhau
2 Major Festival Holi Diwali Janmashtami Navratri Durga Puja Dussehra
3 Cuisine (Famous Food) Paranthas chaat Butter chicken Kebabs Chole Bhature Biryani Nihari Rolls Momos Desserts
4 Traditional Dress Women: Salwar, Suit, Duptta, Saree

Male: Kurta, Pajama, Dhoti Kurta,

1. Union Minister for HRD Shri Prakash Javadekar inaugurates 27th Edition of New Delhi World Book Fair in Pragati Maidan with Sharjah as Guest of Honour.

2. GST Council’s 32nd Meeting Held In New Delhi Under The Chairmanship Of The Union Minister Of Finance & Corporate Affairs, Shri Arun Jaitley

3. National Clean Air Programme (NCAP) launched by Environment minister Dr. Harsh Vardhan in New Delhi

4. 102 cities chosen for the implementation of NCAP: The states concerned with the implementation are 23 in number and following shows the details of respective districts in an ascending order of number of districts allotted under the programme per state:

5. Minister Ravi Shankar Inaugurates NIC Command & Control Centre at National Informatics Centre (NIC), New Delhi

6. Union Minister Harshvardhan launches special weather services for Kumbh Mela: On 14th January 2019, Union Minister of Science and Technology, Earth Sciences and Environment and Forests and Climate Change, Dr Harshvardhan launched the special weather services for the benefit of people visiting Prayagraj during Kumbh Mela at a function in New Delhi.

7. Finance Minister Shri Arun Jaitley and Union Minority Affairs Minister Shri Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi inaugurated Hunar Haat exhibitions in New Delhi.

8. First Annual Disarmament and International Security Affairs Fellowship Programme inaugurated in Delhi: On 14th January 2019, the First Annual Disarmament and International Security Affairs Fellowship Programme was organised by Ministry of External Affairs in New Delhi. The event will be concluded on 1st February 2019.

9. Saksham 2019, annual event of PCRA, launched by Petroleum ministry in New Delhi: On January 16, 2019, the 2019 edition of ‘Saksham’, an annual high intensity one-month long people-centric mega campaign of Petroleum Conservation Research Association (PCRA) under the aegis of Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas was launched in New Delhi.

10. Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) launches National Agricultural Higher Education Project (NAHEP) in New Delhi

11. Niti Aayog selected McKinsey & Company to set up India’s first Digital Capability Centre in New Delhi: National Institution for Transforming India (Niti Aayog) has selected McKinsey & Company to set up India’s first Digital Capability Centre (DCC) in New Delhi. McKinsey & Company supports 5 such centres globally- in Aachen, Chicago, Singapore, Venice and Beijing. Delhi GK Yearbook 2020

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