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Current Affairs 07 September 2023

Current Affairs 07 September 2023

1. Rajesh Nambiar, Chairman and Managing Director of Cognizant India, has been appointed as the new Chairperson of Nasscom.

2. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is leading an innovative effort to enable interoperability between Unified Payments Interface (UPI) Quick Response (QR) codes and Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC).

3. The G20 Summit is set to become the G21 with the inclusion of the African Union (AU), marking a historic expansion. India’s proposal for this inclusion highlights the growing recognition of the need to represent the global south in international forums. This move is expected to enhance the G21’s ability to address a wider range of global issues and foster greater collaboration among nations.

4. Indonesia has issued its first golden visa to Sam Altman, the CEO of OpenAI, a prominent company in the field of artificial intelligence. This golden visa allows Altman to live and work in Indonesia and is part of the country’s efforts to attract foreign talent and investment. It signifies Indonesia’s recognition of Altman’s contributions to the field of AI and his potential to contribute to the country’s tech ecosystem.

5. Mukesh Ambani, the founder of Reliance Industries (RIL), has claimed the number one position on the Fortune India Rich List 2023, with a total wealth of $99.7 billion. Gautam Adani, the chairman of the Adani Group, secured the second position on the list with a wealth of $63.71 billion. These rankings reflect their significant contributions to India’s business and economic landscape.

6. Hitachi Payment Services, a subsidiary of Japan’s Hitachi Ltd, has introduced India’s first-ever UPI-ATM, known as Hitachi Money Spot UPI ATM, in collaboration with the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI). This innovative ATM will enable cardless cash withdrawals, eliminating the need for physical debit or credit cards, and enhancing the convenience of banking services for customers.

7. Former Indian umpire Piloo Reporter, a trailblazer who was among the first neutral umpires to officiate in Test cricket, has passed away in Mumbai at the age of 84. His contributions to the sport and his role in promoting fair play and neutral officiating in cricket will be remembered as part of his remarkable legacy.

Current Affairs 06 September 2023

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