Today Current Affairs Quiz 24th September 2021: Daily Current Affairs Question Answer for UPSC IAS, SSC, PCS, Banking exams, & other government jobs

Publish Date: 24 Sep, 2021 |
 

Daily Current Affairs 24th September 2021:

This article will walk you through the Current Affairs facts as of 24th September 2021. Presented here is your daily dose of Current Events and GK.

1.  When is International Day of Sign Languages celebrated?

Every year 23 September is celebrated by the United Nations as International Day of Sign Languages. There are many people around the world who cannot speak or hear. They talk through facial expressions with their hands to talk about themselves. This day is being celebrated since 2018. This day is celebrated every year on 23rd September to make deaf people aware all over the world. The main purpose of this day is to teach language (speaking) to deaf people by their body gestures.

2. According to the World Health Organization, how many countries has the Delta Covid variant spread so far?

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the Delta Covid variant is currently the most effective infectious virus strain. According to the World Health Organization, this variant has spread to 185 countries so far. The havoc of the delta variant of corona infection is being seen all over the world. More than 22 crores 95 lakh cases of corona infection have been reported worldwide. More than 49 lakh people have died.

3. Which country will become the world's third-largest importing country by the year 2050?

India will become the world's third-largest importer by 2050. India will be just behind China and the US with a share of 5.9% in global imports. China is a major driver of this economic transformation as it is expected to become the world's largest economy by 2030. The report said that according to the currently estimated ranking among world economies, India ranks eighth among the largest importing countries with an import share of 2.8 percent and is set to become the fourth-largest importer by 2030.

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