12 Important Current Affairs For 9th January 2024

Considering the imperative of aviation safety, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has expanded the weekly and nightly rest periods. 


Bihar Agricultural University (BAU) aims to obtain GI tags for an additional 55 products.


Toy imports have dropped by 52%, while toy exports have surged by an impressive 239% compared to the fiscal year 2014-15, according to DPIIT.


In a pioneering endeavor, the International Purple Fest – Goa 2024 emerges as India's first-ever inclusive festival dedicated to individuals with disabilities.


The Kerala High Court recently expanded the meaning of the word 'procure' in Section 5 of the Immoral Traffic (Prevention) Act, 1956, to cover customers seeking the services of prostitutes.


The Ministry of Panchayati Raj participated in the Innovation Sandbox presentation, winning the 1st Prize for the “Digital Transformation Initiatives in Land Governance through SVAMITVA Scheme” at the Public Policy Dialogues Conclave.


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Prime Minister Narendra Modi has started the 'Swachh Mandir (Clean Temple)' campaign across the country to make pilgrimage sites clean


Sarbananda Sonowal, the Union Minister of Ports, Shipping, and Waterways, is set to lead the inaugural Inland Waterways Development Council Meeting in Kolkata.


Researchers from Sweden have introduced an electrically conductive "soil" designed to promote exceptional crop growth resulting in a 50 percent increase in growth within just 15 days.


A collaboration took place in the Hydrocarbon Sector between India and Guyana.


The 81st edition of the Golden Globe Awards took place only recently at Beverly Hills, California.


The health ministry has introduced enhanced guidelines for Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) to regulate domestic pharmaceutical companies.