1. Mohammed Allawi will serve as Iraq Prime Minister
Mohammed Tawfiq Allawi has elected as the Iraq President Barham Salih. His predecessor Adel Abdul Mahdi has resigned in November anti-government demonstrations.
Mohammed Tawfiq Allawi
Mr. Allawi has one month to form a new government, which he will lead until early elections. President Saleh gave Parliament an ultimatum to decide a new prime minister before he would take a decision after the protesters rejected the previous candidates. He promised to capture those responsible for killing the protesters and to combat corruption. He studied and worked in Lebanon and the UK before entering Iraqi politics after the 2003 invasion. He served as the Minister of Communications twice.
2. India grows a global data center
The Union Budget proposes to enable private companies to build data center parks, which could help India become a major global data center, but only with a supporting policy and infrastructure.
- In India, currently, there is no large-scale foreign investment in data centers. There is a policy or framework on how these global data centers can be established in India.
- The central government has a clear policy for this, India can actually become a data center hub for global enterprises.
- According to market researcher Technavio, the global data center market is expected to grow by $ 284.44 billion during 2019–23.
3. About 723 Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Kendras placed till Jan 2020
Approximately 723 Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Kendras (PMKK) has established in the country. Dr. Mahendra Nath Pandey (Skill development and entrepreneurship Minister) ministry are implementing the demand-driven scheme, Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana (PMKVY) 2016-20 for short duration skill development training.
- As it is a demand-driven scheme, so permanent skill development centers were established.
- DGFT, under the Ministry of Skill Development, is also implementing long-term vocational courses through industrial training institutes. The Jan Shikshan Sansthan (JSS) scheme for skill development through its institutional framework has been launched in the country to improve the vocational skills and technical knowledge of the new teaching. The PMKVY scheme envisages increasing the availability of skilled people in various job roles.
4. 4 Feb – World Cancer Day
Every year on February 4, World Cancer Day is being observed by the Union for International Cancer Control. The day is being set apart from 2008. The day is celebrated by the United Nations also.
Current year’s World Cancer Day Theme: I am I will
This topic is being followed for long stretches of 2019-2021.
As indicated by the WHO, 8.8 million individuals die due to cancer in countries with persistent low and center salaries. World Cancer Day was celebrated to reduce the disease and death due to cancer and to spread awareness about the same.
Union for International Cancer Control
It is a non-governmental organization formed in 1933 central station located in Geneva, Switzerland. The association moves towards reducing the development of cancer worldwide and coordinating disease control measures in the World Health Agenda.
5. Amitabh Bhatt is the New CEO (Bangalore Complex) at HAL
Amitabh Bhatt is elected as Chief Executive Officer of Bengaluru-headquartered safeguard PSU, Hindustan Aeronautics Limited’s Bangalore Complex.
Prior, he was working as Executive Director of Light Utility Helicopter (LUH) venture in HAL. He is a Post Graduate in Management and earlier served in SKF India Limited for a long time before joining Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL).
Director of Indo Russian Helicopters Limited
The HAL Proclamation states that it has operated the group as Chief of Projects (LUH), a key task in setting up a Rs 3,000 crore greenfield venture, a coordinated new helicopter production line. He is the director of HAL’s joint effort, ‘Indo-Russian Helicopters Ltd.’, which is shaped to build Kamov KA-226T helicopters for the defense services. During his spell in the Helicopter Division, helicopters were reported to ONGC, Geological Survey of India and Government of Jharkhand and sent to Nepal, Suriname, Mauritius and Ecuador, it was expressed.
6. Sandeep Mathrani is the New CEO of WeWork
Sandeep Matharani becomes the new CEO of WeWork. Sandeep Matharani accused an Indian-American of working hard to revive WeWork, one of America’s most admirable new businesses, which made a huge mark in the commercial land of important urban communities around the world. Its breakdown cost Newman a flight and the primary investor, the wealthy Japanese man Masayoshi Son, spent billions of dollars.
New Tasks for CEO
Mathrani will supplant Artie Minson and Sebastian Gunningham, who has been going about as between time CEOs since Neumann’s constrained flight in September, following WeWork’s bombed IPO, which tumbled from 47 billion dollars to under 10 billion dollars.
Mathrani will soon report to Marcelo Claure, chairman of the board of directors and a close associate of Masayoshi Son, whose organization SoftBank needed to pour a few billion dollars into WeWork to save the startup from bankruptcy.
7. AMU Faculty grows First Indian to get a Fellowship from IADR
As Dr. Saima Yunus Khan, Chairperson, Department of Pediatrics and Preventive Dentistry, Dr. Z A Dental College (ZADC), Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) turned into the main Indian to consult with the esteemed IADR Fellowship in the field of dental research, she achieved a model accomplishment, an announcement from the university.
The International Association of Dental Research (IADR) John Clarkson Fellowship allowed the preparation and participation in general dentistry for five months at the Children’s Hospital Research Institute of the University of Manitoba, Canada.