Daily Current Affairs April 9, 2022

Daily Current Affairs April 9, 2022
  1. Venkaiah Naidu presented the Musical Drama Academy Fellowship and Musical Drama Awards for the year 2018:

Held in New Delhi, the Vice President of the Republic of India, M.Sc. Presented by Venkaiah Naidu.

The Academy of Musical Drama Fellowships were awarded to four artists, and the Academy of Musical Drama Awards were presented to 40 people. The Lalit Kala Academy Awards were presented to 23 personalities, including three. Malini Awasthi, recipient of the Sangeet Natak Akademi Award, Tabela Maestro Zakir Hussain, Jatin Goswami, Dr. Sonal Mansingh and Thiruvidaimarudur Kuppaya Kalyanasundaram are the recipients of the Sangeet Natak Akademi Fellowship Award for the country’s rich traditions. They were honored for their outstanding contribution to the arts.

The Lalit Kala Academy has awarded valuable fellowships to three outstanding artists, Himmat Shah, Jyoti Bhatt and Shyam Sharma.

  1. The 57th CRPF Heroes’ Day is observed on April 9, 2022:

Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) Valor Day (Solar Divas) is observed every year on April 9 as a tribute to the brave soldiers of the force. 2022 marks the 57th CRPF Heroism Day.


The CRPF plays a pivotal role in assisting state / union territories in policing to maintain law and order and counter insurgency. Central Reserve Police Force Headquarters: New Delhi, India.

Central Reserve Police Force formed: 27 July 1939.

Goal of the Federal Reserve Police Force: Service and Loyalty.

CRPF Director General: Kuldeep Singh.

CPRF: Central Reserve Police Force,

  1. Airports Authority of India (AAI) launches ‘AVSAR’ program for women and artisans:

The Airports Authority of India (AAI) has launched the AVSAR initiative to promote the talents of women, artisans and artisans and provide them with the right opportunities.


AVSAR stands for ‘Airport is the region’s place for talented artisans’. AAI’s Initiative “AVSAR” (Airport as a Region for Talented Craftsmen in the Region) is an opportunity to mobilize their families into effective self-help groups for self-reliance and self-reliance.

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  1. Nissan has teamed up with NASA to launch new batteries for future electric vehicles

Upcoming: Japanese carmaker Nissan has teamed up with NASA space agency NASA to develop a new type of battery for electric vehicles.


The Japanese automaker said it would be quick to charge, lightweight and safe. The first product with a solid-state battery developed by the Nissan-NASA partnership will be launched in 2028.

  1. Infosys and Rolls-Royce launch ‘Aerospace Engineering and Digital Innovation Center’:

IT company Infosys and leading industrial technology company Rolls-Royce have opened a “Space Engineering and Digital Innovation Center” in Bangalore, Karnataka.


The Center was established to provide state-of-the-art R&D services with advanced digital capabilities for Rolls-Royce’s engineering and team business services from India.

Infosys Founded: 7 July 1981;

Infosys CEO: Salil Barak;

Infosys Headquarters: Bangalore;

Rolls Royce Founded: 1904;

Rolls-Royce Headquarters: Westhampnet, United Kingdom;

Rolls-Royce Founders: Henry Royce, Charles Rolls.

  1. The first Hindi novel to be nominated for an International Booker Prize is ‘Tomb of Sand’:

In the history of the International Booker Prize, the novel ‘Tomb of Sand’ by Gitanjali Sri is the first Hindi language fiction work to be nominated for the prestigious Literary Prize.

The novel has been translated into English by Daisy Rockwell. The Tomb of Sand book is in competition with five other novels from around the world.


In northern India, an eighty-year-old woman slips into deep depression after her husband’s death and then reappears to find a new life.

  1. Rhea Jadon wins 11th DGC Ladies Open Amateur Golf Championship:

Thirteen-year-old Rhea Jadon won the DGC Ladies Open Amateur Golf Championship. Rhea, who took 78, 80 and 74 cards, also won the Junior Women’s Trophy. More than a hundred women golfers took part in this year’s tournament, which resumed at the Delhi Golf Club after a gap of two years.

  1. Former CAG Vinod Roy has written a book entitled ‘Not Just a Nightwatchman: My Innings with the BCCI’:

Vinod Rai, Chairman of the Executive Committee (CoA) appointed by the CAG and the Supreme Court in 2017, has written a book entitled “Not Just A Nightwatchman: My Inning with BCCI”.

He has published in the book his 33-month tenure at the BCCI and oversees the management of one of the richest sports organizations in the world, which ended in September 2019 – with some key revelations.

Comptroller and Auditor General of India.

Council of Architecture

  1. India wins FIH Women’s Hockey Pro League Olympic Championship:

India beat Netherlands in FIH Women’s Hockey Pro League Olympic Championship in Bhubaneswar. This is the first victory of the Indian team against the Netherlands. This is India’s fourth win in the FIH Pro League.

10 .The Ministry of Information and Broadcasting has set up the AVGC Promotion Working Group:

Te Animation, Visual Effects, Gaming and Comics (AVGC) Advertising Task Force has been established by the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting. The I&B Secretary-led task force will develop its first action plan within 90 days.

Purpose: Industry, academics and state governments are all represented.

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