Daily Defence Current Affairs And Updates 10 September 2022 [DOWNLOAD PDF]

Today’s 9th September 2022 Defence Current Affairs and Updates will show us the latest defense-related news about national and international current events. These current events and questions will be very helpful for your upcoming NDA, CDS, CDS OTA, AFCAT, TA, Agniveer Army, Agniveer Navy, Agniveer Air force, Women Military Police, INET, MNS, ACC exams, SCO, PCSL, CAPF, and SSB interviews, and direct entries for Army, Navy, and Air force like SSC Tech, TGC, JAG, NCC, TES, 10+2 Cadet. Download a PDF file about current events at the end of this article.

Defence Current Affairs 10 September 2022 

North Korea Law Allows For Nuclear First Strike, Makes Programme ‘Irreversible’

  • North Korea has passed a law allowing it to carry out a preventive nuclear strike and declaring its status as a nuclear-armed state “irreversible”, Pyongyang’s official media said.
  • The announcement comes at a time of crumbling ties between the North and South, with Pyongyang blaming Seoul for the outbreak of Covid-19 in its territory and conducting a record number of weapons tests this year.
  • The law will allow North Korea to carry out a preventive nuclear strike “automatically” and “immediately to destroy the hostile forces” when a foreign country poses an imminent threat to Pyongyang.
  • Kim in July said his country was “ready to mobilise” its nuclear capability in any war with the United States and the South.
  • He reiterated that Pyongyang would never give up the nuclear weapons it needed to counter hostilities from Washington, claiming the United States was seeking the “collapse” of his regime.
  • Nuclear talks and diplomacy between Washington and Pyongyang have been derailed since 2019 over sanctions relief and what the North would be willing to give up in return.

At 2+2 Dialogue, Us-India Advance Ambitious Initiatives Across Defence, Other Areas

  • Top US Defence and State Department officials co-chaired the sixth 2+2 Intersessional Dialogue with their Indian counterparts in New Delhi on September 7 and advanced an ambitious set of initiatives across the breadth of the bilateral partnership.
  • The 2+2 Intersessional Dialogue advanced an ambitious set of initiatives across the breadth of the US-India partnership, including defence and security, science and technology, climate, public health, trade, and people-to-people ties.
  • On the defence side, Assistant Secretary of Defence for Indo-Pacific Security Affairs Ely Ratner and his counterparts discussed a range of leading regional security issues, including recent developments in East Asia.
  • “The officials also reviewed progress toward operationalizing major bilateral initiatives on information-sharing, defence industrial cooperation, and joint service engagements to support combined, multi-domain operations,” they said.

Indian Warship INS Tarkash Arrives At Nigeria’s Port Lagos

  • Continuing with her deployment in the Gulf of Guinea, the naval vessel was welcomed by officials of the Nigerian Navy, the High Commission of India and children of the Indian Language School at the largest port of Nigeria.
  • Alongside conducting professional interactions with the Nigerian Navy, the ship will also participate in ports fixtures and social engagements, the Indian Navy said. Both sides will interact to enhance interoperability, and best practices will be shared between the two nations’ navies.
  • During her port call, the ship will conduct professional interactions with Nigerian Navy to enhance Interoperability and share best practices between the navies. In addition, ship will also participate in sports fixtures, social engagements and will remain open to visitors to provide an opportunity to the Indian diaspora and locals to interact with her crew.
  • In addition, she will also participate in ports fixtures and social engagements. The ship will also be open to visitors to provide an opportunity to the Indian diaspora and locals to interact with her crew.

IAF Chief Emphasises On Measures To Enhance Operational Readiness

  • IAF Air Chief Marshal VR Chaudhari on Thursday emphasised the need for critical analysis and measures to enhance operational preparedness.
  • He said this while addressing the Eastern Air Command’s Commanders’ Conference being held from September 7 to 9.
  • He apprised the Commanders of the current security scenario, geopolitical situation and the role of IAF in dealing with various contingencies,” IAF said. Air Chief Marshal Chaudhari highlighted the need for maintaining high operational readiness round the clock and retaining focus on capability enhancement.
  • Indian Air Force (IAF) Chief Marshal Vivek Ram Chaudhari on Friday flew a sortie on a Rafale fighter jet as part of three aircraft combat training mission at Air Force Station Hasimara along with his son, Squadron Leader Mihir V Chaudhari. According to IAF, the sortie flown by Air Chief Marshal and his son is a continuation of the finest traditions of the IAF and underlines the importance accorded to grooming and preparing young leaders for the challenges of the future.
  • Notably, the Air Chief Marshal on Wednesday also held a meeting with Assam Governor Jagdish Mukhi and Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma. “Delighted to interact with Chief of Air Staff, Air Chief Marshal Vivek Ram Chaudhari. Discussed various issues related to national security, especially in North-East. Extended my gratitude on behalf of the people of Assam towards IAF for selflessly serving the country,” the Chief Minister said.  

India, China To Dismantle, Verify Temporary Structures In Gogra-hot Springs Area Of LAC: MEA

  • India and China have agreed to dismantle and verify the temporary structures and other allied infrastructure created in the Gogra-Hot Springs (PP-15) area of the LAC in Ladakh, the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) said on Friday.
  • This comes a day after Indian and Chinese troops in the Gogra-Hot Springs area started to disengage in a coordinated and planned way. In response to a media query, MEA Spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said the disengagement process in the area will be completed by September 12.
  • “With the resolution of the stand-off at PP-15, both sides mutually agreed to take the talks forward and resolve the remaining issues along LAC and restore peace and tranquillity in India-China border areas“.
  • Last month, the Indian and Chinese armies held a Division Commander-level meeting where they discussed matters pertaining to maintaining peace and tranquillity along the Line of Actual Control in the Ladakh sector.
  • Earlier, India and China held talks in the Chushul sector to address the air space violations by the Chinese Air Force where India warned the Chinese against any misadventure.

Army’s Western Command-NTPC Ink Long-term Pact To Use Solar Power

  • The Army’s Western Command (WC) and the National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) signed a long-term Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) on Thursday, under which it will draw 25 Megawatts of solar power directly from the National Solar Grid of the country.
  • “In a de-novo approach, the WC has signed a long-term PPA with NTPC (RE) to draw 25MW solar power directly from the National Solar Grid of the country for the next 27 years“.
  • NTPC Limited, formerly known as National Thermal Power Corporation Limited, is an Indian public sector undertaking that is engaged in generation of electricity and allied activities. The headquarters of the company is situated in New Delhi.
  • Founded: 7 November 1975

CRPF Continues Operation ‘Octopus’ At ‘Burha Pahar’ Naxal Bastion

  • CRPF has been conducting a major Naxal operation named ‘Octopus’ at the heavily mined ‘Burha Pahar’ hilly range in Garhwa district bordering Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand. The operation is continuing since September 4 and the force claimed major successes in establishing control in ‘Burha Pahar’, an area known as a Naxal corridor.
  • CRPF has been conducting a major Naxal operation named ‘Octopus’ at the heavily mined ‘Burha Pahar’ hilly range in Garhwa district bordering Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand. The operation is continuing since September 4 and the force claimed major successes in establishing control in ‘Burha Pahar’, an area known as a Naxal corridor.

About Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF)

  • These forces were there since the imperial rule of the Britishers and were known as Crown Representative’s Police.
  • Soon after India’s independence from the shackle of the colonial raj, it got its name, Central Reserve Police Force with the enactment of the CRPF Act on 28th December 1949.

REVIEW QUESTIONS

  • In Colonial Era CRPF Was Known As  
  • Crown Representative’s Police
  • Crown Response Force
  • Queens Protection Force
  • None

ANSWER: A

  • Elizabeth II was Queen Of The                     
  • USA
  • UK
  • Israel
  • China

ANSWER: B

  • Ex HARIMAU SHAKTI Conducted b/w India &     
  • Malaysia
  • Maldives
  • Mongolia
  • Myanmar

ANSWER: A

  • INS Darshak Is A 
  • Destroyer
  • OPV
  • Submarine
  • Hydrographic Survey Ship

     ANSWER: D

  • Hq Of The Sudarshan Chakra Corps Is 
  • Bhopal
  • New Delhi
  • Lucknow
  • Pune

ANSWER: A

  • 5th India-US Maritime Security Dialogue Held In
  • Bhopal
  • New Delhi
  • Lucknow
  • Pune

ANSWER: A

  • __becomes The First Indian To Win The Diamond League 2022 Championship Trophy At Zurich With A Throw Of 88.44 M.                  
  • Annu Rani
  • Shivpal Singh
  • Neeraj Chopra
  •  None of the above

ANSWER: C

  • ‘Fit India Freedom Rider Biker Rally’ Launched By      
  • Amit Shah
  • Rajnath Singh
  • Kirin Rijiju
  • Narendra Modi

ANSWER: A

  • The Three Day Annual EAC  Commanders’ Conference From 07-09 September 2022 At 
  • EAC
  • SAC
  • CAC
  • Training Command

ANSWER: A

  •  Human Development Index (HDI) for the year 2021-22 Published By          
  • UNDP
  • FAO
  • UNESCO
  • UNICEF

ANSWER: A

  • Pangong Tso lake Is Located In 
  • Kashmir
  • Ladakh
  • Odisha
  • Kochi

ANSWER: B

  • INS Khukri Is A Type Of            
  • Frigate
  • Submarine
  • Destroyer
  • Missile Corvette

ANSWER: D

  • Priyadarshini Is A Fast Patrol Vessel Of 
  • ICG
  • IAF
  • Indian Navy
  • BSF

     ANSWER: A

  • INS Cheetah Is A 
  • Destroyer
  • OPV
  • Submarine
  • Landing ship tank

ANSWER: D

  • Which Port Is Located In the Western Coast of India?
  • Kandla
  • Kolkata
  • Mangalore
  • Visakhapatnam

ANSWER: A

  • AAI Stands For  
  • Airport Author of India
  • Air Authority of India
  • Airport Authority of India
  • None of the above

ANSWER: C

  • India Purchased Boeing 737 from 
  • USA
  • Sweden
  • France
  • None of the above

ANSWER: A

  • Current DGMO Of Indian Army Is   
  • Lt Gen Manoj Kumar Katiyar
  • Lt Gen Manjinder Singh
  • Lt Gen Mukesh Kapoor
  • None

ANSWER: A

  • Indian Army Flag Consist Colours of___ Colours.    
  • Gold, Red And Black
  • Gold, Red And Blue
  • Gold, Rose Black And Black
  • Green, Red And Black

ANSWER: A

  • Operation Talwar Was Conducted In      
  • 1978
  • 1988
  • 1998
  • 1999

ANSWER: D

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