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Daily Current Affairs Answer & Explanation : 14 September 2020
The ministry of civil aviation introduced the Cape Town Convention Bill to implement the Cape Town Protocol in India.
The Protocol provides for basic default remedies for a creditor such as de-registration, the export of aircraft as part of speedy interim relief and a universally applicable legal regime in case of disputes.
The government has constituted an expert committee which will measure the economic impact of waiving of interest on the Covid-19 related loan moratorium.
The committee is chaired by former CAG of India Rajiv Mehrishi.
The committee with assist government in measuring the impact of such a waiver on the national economy and financial stability.
The Department of Posts has launched Five Star Villages schemes to ensure universal coverage of flagship postal schemes in rural areas.
The scheme seeks to bridge the gaps in public awareness and reach of postal products and services, especially in interior villages.
All postal products and services will be made available and marketed and publicized at village level, under the Five Star Villages scheme.
The objective of Bharat Parv is to encourage people to visit different tourist places of the country and to inculcate the spirit of ‘Dekho Apna Desh’.
The Parv is organised by the Ministry of Tourism.
Eradi Commission is a panel headed by former Supreme Court judge Balakrishna Eradi to resolve the water dispute between Punjab and Haryana.
It recommended the reduction of waters in Punjab rivers from 17 MAF to 13 MAF.