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Current Affairs Today – August, 24th, 2017 | Latest News and Updates

INDIAN AFFAIRS

Ministry of Defence approves delegation of Powers to Border Roads Organisation (BRO)

Ministry of Defence approves delegation of Powers to Border Roads Organisation (BRO)

  1. For the construction of the road at the side of the border of the India-China border, the defence ministry has been selected the some of the administrative and financial powers to the Border Roads Organisation (BRO) and that is the fast in the competition of the project that has to be completed.
  2. In the term of the making of the decision of the making of the powerful to the BRO in the coming of the month with the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) and there is the also in the term of the late of the projection of the BRO in the construction of the 61 usually important roads, that has the total length of 3,409km, in the India-China Border Roads (ICBRs) project.
  3. “The ministry of defence has decided to delegate administrative and financial powers to the BRO right up to the level of chief engineer and task force commander, so as to avoid delays on account of references between the chief engineer and director general of BRO and also between the director general and the ministry,” the statement said.
  4. “With the intent to speed up the tendering process, the defence ministry has now enhanced the powers of the chief engineer for acceptance of bids with cost of contract up to Rs100 crore and that of ADG for cost of contract up to Rs300 crore. With this delegation, the entire tendering process including acceptance of bids would be completed at the level of the chief engineer/ADG for a majority of the contracts,” the ministry said in the statement.
  5. “The ministry of defence in consultation with the armed forces would identify the roads to be entrusted to the BRO and fix priorities by approving the long term Roll-On Works Plan and Annual Works Programme for the BRO. Thereafter, powers related to the execution of works have been delegated to be exercised by different levels within the BRO,” it said.
  6. “It is expected that with the delegation of powers by the ministry of defence to the BRO, the pace of road construction in border areas would improve and the BRO would be able to complete ongoing/new projects in a compressed timelines,” the ministry said.

KEYS:

  1. The Ministry of Defence is charged with co-ordinating and supervising all agencies and functions of the government relating directly to national security and the Indian armed forces
  2. Formed: 1776
  3. Jurisdiction: India
  4. Headquarters: South Block, Cabinet Secretariat, Raisina Hill, New Delhi, 110 011
  5. Cabinet minister: Arun Jaitley
  6. Minister of state: Subhash Bhamre
  7. Departments: Department of Ex-Servicemen Welfare

8th World Renewable Energy Technology Congress in Delhi

8th World Renewable Energy Technology Congress in Delhi

  1. Union Minister of State (IC) for Power, Coal, Renewable Energy and Mines, Shri Piyush Goyal, has said about the delegation of the project that has been solve in the 3-day 8th World Renewable Energy Technology Congress here today. The Minister also told about the Energy and Environment Foundation Global Excellence awards 2017 and that is told at the time of the conference of the meeting.
  2. In every year there is the program that is visualise every year and that is get scheduled India’s vision on achieving “Energy Independence and Power for all by 2022”. The main focus of this project is the new Green Technologies for the clean and the reliable and affordable Renewable Energy supplies. This events organize the event for the exchange information, share experiences and best practices by bringing together experts, investors and other multi stake holders of i.e. Public and Private Sector, Advisory Groups, Governments, NGOs, Non-Profit organizations Environmentalists and Academia.
  3. “With each passing day we are running out of time and we need to accelerate our efforts in coordination to promote clean energy and to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. If we do not address to these 3Ds, I am worried that the World might end up decelerating the global economy”, the Minister said.
  4. Shri Goyal said, “I am sure this advent of Technology will make renewable energy more attractive particularly for emerging and growing economies like India, especially when renewable energy costs are down as compared to other forms of conventional energy sources”.

KEYS:

  1. Delhi, India’s capital territory, is a massive metropolitan area in the country’s north
  2. In Old Delhi, a neighborhood dating to the 1600s, stands the imposing Mughal-era Red Fort, a symbol of India, and the sprawling Jama Masjid mosque, whose courtyard accommodates 25,000 people
  3. Nearby is Chandni Chowk, a vibrant bazaar filled with food carts, sweets shops and spice stalls

Dr. Jagdish Mukhi commissioned IN LCU L52, Second Ship of Landing Craft Utility into the Indian Navy at Port Blair

Dr. Jagdish Mukhi commissioned IN LCU L52, Second Ship of Landing Craft Utility into the Indian Navy at Port Blair

  1. In the term of the more and the effective of the strongest and the powerful gathering the Navy on Monday has been started the landing of the ships that will be use in the many of the activity in the Navy like the transporting battle tanks and other heavy weapons systems.
  2. Jagdish Mukhi, Lieutenant Governor, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, has been give the green light to the IN LCU L52 into the Indian Navy today at Port Blair. IN LCU L52 is the second Landing Craft Utility (LCU) Mk-IV class that will be use in the Indian Navy. The ship has been generaly created and developed at the Garden Reach Shipbuilders and Engineers, Kolkata. The commissioning of L-52 is yet another manifestation of the potential of the country’s indigenous design and ship building capability.
  3. “The LCU L52 is the second Landing Craft Utility (LCU) Mk-IV class to be inducted into the Indian Navy. The ship has been indigenously designed and built by Garden Reach Shipbuilders and Engineers (GRSE), Kolkata,” the Navy said in a statement here.
  4. “The remaining six ships of the same class are in advanced stages of construction at GRSE, Kolkata and are scheduled to be inducted in the next two years,” the Navy said.

KEYS:

  1. The Indian Navy is the naval branch of the Indian Armed Forces
  2. The President of India is the Supreme Commander of the Indian Navy
  3. The Chief of Naval Staff, a four-star Admiral, commands the navy
  4. Motto: शं नो वरुणः (Sanskrit); Sham No Varunaḥ (IAST); May the Lord of the Water be auspicious unto us (English)
  5. Headquarters: New Delhi
  6. Founded: 5 September 1612
  7. Fighter: Mikoyan MiG-29K
  8. Reconnaissance: IAI Heron
  9. Engagements: World War II, World War I

 

Suresh Prabhu Offers To Resign: List of Railway Ministers Who Resigned After Trains Mishaps

  1. Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu on Wednesday has gave is resignation letter to the prime minister, and told about the iresponsibility of the two train derailments in a span of four days. Prabhu, taking responsibility for Kaifiyat Express crash and Puri-Utkal Express derailment, he announced his resignation on Twitter.
  2. “Extremely pained by unfortunate accidents, injuries to passengers and loss of precious lives. It has caused me deep anguish,” he said, in a series of tweets. “In less than three years as Minister, I have devoted my blood and sweat for the betterment of the Railways,” Prabhu said. “Under the leadership of PM Modi, tried 2 overcome decades of neglect thru systemic reforms in all areas leading 2 unprecedented investment& milestones, (sic)” said another post by Prabhu. He also wrote, “New India envisioned by PM deserves a Rlys which is efficient and modern. I promise that is the path, on which Rlys is progressing now. (sic)”
  3. Lal Bahadur Shastri: He has served the nation as the Minister of Railways from 13 May, in the year 1952 to 7 December in the year 1956, and he has given his resignation after the moral responsibility for the Ariyalur train accident in Tamil Nadu.
  4. Nitish Kumar: Current Chief Minister of Bihar and chief of Janata Dal United, Nitish Kumar, was the second minister who has resigned the minister of Railways by telling the moral responsibility for the Gaisal train disaster in Assam in August 1999 that had killed at least 290 people.
  5. Mamata Banerjee: Current Chief Minister of West Bengal and chief of Trinamool Congress, Mamata Banerjee, has been resigned his post after the moral grounds after two train disasters in 2000.

KEYS:

  1. The Ministry of Railways is a ministry in the Government of India, responsible for the country’s rail transport
  2. Website: indianrailways.gov.in
  3. Formed: 16 April 1853
  4. Jurisdiction: India
  5. Headquarters: Rail Bhavan, 1, Raisina Road, New Delhi
  6. Cabinet minister: Suresh Prabhu
  7. Minister of state: Manoj Sinha, Rajen Gohain
  8. Subsidiaries: Indian Railways, Railway Board

 

INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS

Lost wreckage of warship USS Indianapolis found in pacific after 72 years

  1. NLost wreckage of warship USS Indianapolis found in pacific after 72 yearsaval researchers has given the announcement that they has find the ship that has get lost at the time of the World War II, that is the cruiser USS Indianapolis on the floor of the Pacific Ocean, after the 72 years it has get sink in the minutes and that is get happened by the crash by the Japanese submarine.
  2. The World War II that is the cruiser USS Indianapolis ship was found almost 3 1/2 miles below the surface of the Philippine Sea, said by the tweet from Microsoft co-founder and philanthropist Paul G Allen, who led a team of civilian researchers that made the discovery.
  3. Hulver and Robert Neyland, the command’s underwater archaeology branch head, wrote on the website that “there remains a lot we can learn. From the sinking to the battle damage and site formation processes, we hope to gain a better understanding about the wreck site and how we can better protect USS Indianapolis to honor the service of the ship and crew.”
  4. “While our search for the rest of the wreckage will continue, I hope everyone connected to this historic ship will feel some measure of closure at this discovery so long in coming,” Allen said in a statement, who led a team of civilian researchers that made the discovery.

 

US-South Korea begin annual “The Ulchi Freedom Guardian “military drills

US-South Korea begin annual “The Ulchi Freedom Guardian “military drills

  1. On Tuesday, North Korea’s military has been celebrated the start of the annual celebration of the U.S.-South Korean military drills with the show of the, vowing “merciless retaliation” for exercises Pyongyang claims are an invasion rehearsal.
  2. “No one can vouch that these huge forces concentrated in South Korea will not go over to an actual war action now that the military tensions have reached an extreme pitch in the Korean peninsula,” the statement said. “Moreover, high-ranking bosses of the U.S. imperialist aggressor forces flew into South Korea to hold a war confab. Such huddle is increasing the gravity of the situation.”
  3. “The US should stop at once arrogant provocations against the DPRK [Democratic People’s Republic of Korea] and unilateral demands and not provoke it any longer. If the Yankees persist in their extremely dangerous, reckless actions on the Korean peninsula and in its vicinity, testing the self-restraint of the DPRK, the latter will make an important decision as it already declared, warning the US that it should think reasonably and judge properly not to suffer shame that it is hit by the DPRK again.”
  4. The drills are held on the basis of the based on the computer and it is mainly held in the summer and have drawn furious responses from North Korea. This year’s exercise involves 17,500 American troops and 50,000 South Korean soldiers, according to the U.S. military command in South Korea and Seoul’s Defense Ministry.

KEYS:

  1. South Korea, an East Asian nation on the southern half of the Korean Peninsula, shares one of the world’s most heavily militarized borders with North Korea
  2. It’s equally known for its green, hilly countryside dotted with cherry trees and centuries-old Buddhist temples, plus its coastal fishing villages, sub-tropical islands and high-tech cities such as Seoul, the capital
  3. Capital: Seoul
  4. President: Moon Jae-in
  5. Currency: South Korean won
  6. Prime minister: Lee Nak-yeon

Qatar to build Arabian cap-shaped stadium for FIFA World Cup

Qatar to build Arabian cap-shaped stadium for FIFA World Cup

  1. Qatari’s great architect Ibrahim M Jaidah has designed the Al Thumama Stadium to seat around the 40,000 for the upcoming of the quarter-final stage during the 2022 FIFA World Cup football tournament.
  2. “The reveal of Al Thumama Stadium design comes with immense pride in having contributed to the delivery of the first World Cup in the history of Qatar and the region. The inspiration behind the design comes in line with Qatar’s hosting promise that this World Cup will be one for the region to celebrate. I believe it will be a stadium design that resonates with the Arab community, and we are extremely proud to have designed this innovative venue.” said Jaidah
  3. “With just over five years to go until Qatar opens the doors of the Middle East to the world, this symbolic design embodies everything that unites us as Arabs and Muslims, and is a fitting tribute to the first FIFA World Cup in the Middle East. Given its cultural and historical relevance… Al Thumama Stadium will become a favourite among the region’s sports fans and a sporting landmark that demonstrates to future generations just how unique the Qatar World Cup will be.” said the organisation’s secretary H E Hassan Al Thawadi.
  4. In that there are the Seven are currently under construction across Qatar, including the Foster + Partners-designed stadium that will host the opening game and closing ceremony, the 40,000-seat Al Wakrah stadium Zaha Hadid Architects in the south of the country, and the Al Bayt Stadium, which is expected to complete next year.

KEYS:

  1. Qatar is a peninsular Arab country whose terrain comprises arid desert and a long Persian (Arab) Gulf shoreline of beaches and dunes
  2. Also on the coast is the capital, Doha, known for its futuristic skyscrapers and other ultramodern architecture inspired by ancient Islamic design, such as the limestone Museum of Islamic Art
  3. The museum sits on the city’s Corniche waterfront promenade
  4. Capital: Doha
  5. Currency: Qatari riyal
  6. GDP (PPP): 2017 estimate

 

BANKING & FINANCE

SBI tops share of willful default to PSBs

SBI tops share of willful default to PSBs

  1. The country’s largest lender bank SBI, has been created the account for over the 27 per cent of the total amount has been taken to public sector banks by willful defaulters. As many as 1,762 willful defaulters has been taken by the SBI ₹25,104 crore as on March 31.
  2. Punjab National Bank (PNB) is in the list of the next that is with 1,120 willful defaulters having outstanding non-performing assets (NPAs) of ₹12,278 crore. Together these two banks account for ₹37,382 crore or 40 per cent of the total outstanding loans.
  3. Total outstanding loans by the public sector banks by willful defaulters amounted to ₹92,376 crore, according to the Finance Ministry data.
  4. The total loan that has been taken by the outstanding and that has been rose to ₹92,376 crore at the end of financial year 2016-17, from ₹76,685 crore at the end of last fiscal 2015-16 — up 20.4 per cent.

KEYS:

  1. State Bank of India is an Indian multinational, public sector banking and financial services company
  2. It is a government-owned corporation with its headquarters in Mumbai, Maharashtra
  3. Customer service: 1800 425 3800
  4. Headquarters: Mumbai
  5. Founded: 1 July 1955
  6. Owner: Government of India (57.97)
  7. Subsidiaries: SBI Cards, State Bank of Hyderabad, MORE
  8. Did you know: SBI is the 10th-largest bank in the world by total assets ($1,904.34 B).

 

SBI waives off up to 100% processing fee on car, gold, personal loans

  1. India’s great largest lender bank, State Bank of India has announced that the there is the lender are about the 100 per cent processing fee on car, gold and personal loans, albeit for limited periods.
  2. “There could be some minor rate cut action in the coming days during the festival season because banks are chasing retail customers aggressively. The inaction in credit growth from the corporate sector may force their hands,” said a banker.
  3. Financial planner Suresh Sadagopan said, “The rate was attractive and fixed for the entire period. However, the bank had forgotten to mention that the loan amount that is being considered is for the entire period. So, the rate came to around 11.5 per cent — something that many other banks are offering,”
  4. “With the interest rate cycle reaching the bottom, downward repricing of existing liabilities can facilitate a further reduction in the rates. A few large banks cutting savings deposit rates over the past few weeks is a move in that direction,” the agency said in a report.
  5. “To bring more smiles to customers and their dear ones, bank has waived 100 per cent processing fee on car loans till December 31, 2017. Till September 30, 2017, customers can avail 50 per cent waiver on processing fee on Xpress Credit – a personal loan offering by the bank,” Bank said.

KEYS:

  1. State Bank of India is an Indian multinational, public sector banking and financial services company
  2. It is a government-owned corporation with its headquarters in Mumbai, Maharashtra
  3. Customer service: 1800 425 3800
  4. Headquarters: Mumbai
  5. Founded: 1 July 1955
  6. Owner: Government of India (57.97)
  7. Subsidiaries: SBI Cards, State Bank of Hyderabad, MORE
  8. Did you know: SBI is the 10th-largest bank in the world by total assets ($1,904.34 B).

 

 

Anti-dumping duty imposed on tempered glass from China

Anti-dumping duty imposed on tempered glass from China

  1. India has opposed for the anti-dumping duty on tempered glass, that is used for protestation of the mobile phone screens, from China for five years to protect the domestic industry from below-cost imports.
  2. The Revenue Department has announced the impose for the anti-dumping duty in the range of $52.85- 136.21 per tonne on tempered glass imports from China.
  3. There is the duty that has been stops on the ‘textured toughened (Tempered) Glass with a minimum of 90.5 per cent transmission having thickness not exceeding 4.2 mm (including tolerance of 0.2 mm) and where at least one dimension exceeds 1500 mm, whether coated or uncoated.
  4. “The anti-dumping duty imposed shall be effective for a period of five years from the date of publication of this notification,” the notification said.
  5. Commerce and Industry Minister Nirmala Sitharaman had earlier this month told Rajya Sabha that, “anti-dumping duty is in force on 93 products concerning imports from China”.

 

Ensure bank mergers benefit customers, shareholders: Arundhati Bhattacharya

  1. State Bank of India chairman Arundhati Bhattacharya, who has created the history by putting the six tragedy in this year, on Tuesday said the economy needs bigger banks to meet its growing needs, but they should be nimble in their response.
  2. Bhattacharya said, “Mergers should be such that it should benefit the customers and should also result in adding value to shareholders.” Delivering the Nani Palkhivala lecture, she said, “Mergers should reduce dependent of capital resources from the government.”
  3. “The measures could include a combination of capital raising from the market, dilution of government holdings, additional capital infusion by the government, mergers based on strategic fit, sale of non-core assets, etc.,” he said
  4. The SBI chief, however, has warned that mergers driven by the “need to meet the capital adequacy ratio of banks are ill advised”. “There are three purpose that a merger should serve — efficiency, market power and better accounting ratios,” she said.

 

 

Science and Technology

Scientists found new ‘state of matter’ to explain superconductivity

Scientists found new ‘state of matter’ to explain superconductivity

  1. The scientist have discovered the new state of the matter that will help in the explanation of the superconductivity and the matter, the superconductivity is used in the machins such as the MRI.
  2. Researchers from the Los Alamos National Laboratory in the U.S. has been find and discovered the superconducting materials in high magnetic fields, the phenomenon of electronic symmetry breaking is common.
  3. “The appearance of the electronic alignment, called nematic behaviour, in a prototypical heavy-fermion superconductor highlights the interrelation of nematicity and unconventional superconductivity, suggesting nematicity to be common among correlated superconducting materials,” said Filip Ronning of Los Alamos National Laboratory.
  4. Heavy fermions are intermetallic compounds, containing rare earth or actinide elements. “These heavy fermion materials have a different hierarchy of energy scales than is found in transition metal and organic materials, but they often have similar complex and intertwined physics coupling spin, charge and lattice degrees of freedom,” said Ronning, lead author on the study published in the journal Nature.

 

UK scientists create world’s smallest surgical robot

UK scientists create world’s smallest surgical robot

  1. Scientist of the UK has funded the and developed the world’s smallest surgical robot and that is the low cost like the cheap in the mobiles and the accessories. The robot, has been named at the Versius, mimics the human arm and in that can be carry the some of the material and the procedures in which a series of small incisions are made to circumvent the need for traditional open surgery.
  2. “Our robot does all of this and is the first robotic arm to be designed specifically for laparoscopic surgery,” said Martin Frost, chief executive of the Cambridge Medical Robotics.
  3. “Having robots in the operating theatre is not a new idea. But the problem at the moment is that they are phenomenally expensive, not only do they cost $2.5 million each to buy but every procedure costs an extra $3,800 using the robot… and they are very large. They are also poorly utilised; they are only really used for pelvic surgery, and can’t be easily adapted to other types of surgery. In some hospitals they are only being used once every other day.” said the company’s chief executive, Martin Frost.
  4. The guardian report said, “The robot, called Versius, mimics the human arm and can be used to carry out a wide range of laparoscopic procedures including hernia repairs, colorectal operations, and prostate and ear, nose and throat surgery, in which a series of small incisions are made to circumvent the need for traditional open surgery.”

KEYS:

  1. The United Kingdom, made up of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, is an island nation in northwestern Europe
  2. England – birthplace of Shakespeare and The Beatles – is home to the capital, London, a globally influential center of finance and culture
  3. England is also site of Neolithic Stonehenge, Bath’s Roman spa and centuries-old universities at Oxford and Cambridge
  4. Capital: London
  5. Dialing code: +44
  6. Prime minister: Theresa May
  7. Currency: Pound sterling

 

SPORTS

FIBA Asia Cup: Australia crowned champions of Asia on tournament debut in Lebanon

FIBA Asia Cup: Australia crowned champions of Asia on tournament debut in Lebanon

  1. There are the new champions and they has got the new tittle with the new team. Australia, is the first payer of the country and the playing for the first time in the FIBA Asia Cup, and it has become the Oceanic team to become the champions of Asia when they beat Iran in Sunday’s final.
  2. The Boomers, who has played the tournament at the Lebanon as favourites, had beaten the second and third favourites, New Zealand and China, as well as Japan, Chinese Taipei and Hong Kong en route to the title.
  3. Andrej Lemanis’ has been refused to take them. Having beaten Oceanic rivals New Zealand 106-79 in the semi-final, Australia were 79-56 winners over Iran in Sunday’s showpiece.
  4. They has shoot for the 45.7 percent from the field and 23.5 percent from three, with Brad Newley dropping 18 points, Daniel Kickert 14 and Mitch Creek 12, while Jason Cadee supplied eight assists and Angus Brandt claiming eight boards.

 

 

AWARDS & RECOGNITION

Indian –origin boy Rahul Doshi crowned ‘Child Genius’ in UK

Indian –origin boy Rahul Doshi crowned ‘Child Genius’ in UK

  1. A 12-year-old Indian-origin boy in the British television show as the constant has been become the fame in the night at all the scene by giving the all questions correctly. Rahul, has been got the all the 14 of his questions correct in the first round of the latest series of ‘Child Genius’, a show broadcast by Channel 4.
  2. “I always want to do the best, and I’ll do that no matter what the cost. I think I’m a genius. I’m good at mental maths, general knowledge and I find it quite easy to memories stuff,” said Rahul, who cites his favorite language as Latin.
  3. “Most kids want immediate gratification but I also want long-term gratification. If I could play maybe my Xbox now, I’ll be really happy now, but I might be sad later on because I haven’t revised for my test,” he said.
  4. “We are here to win. There’s no two ways about that. We’re all achievers. I used to play table tennis for Barnet council. We’re always trying to better ourselves,” said Minesh.
  5. Rahul, whose ambition is to become a financial adviser, had revealed his strategy for the final as: “The key is to block out everything else and remain calm. So just focus on your goal. Mine was to answer as many questions as I could correctly and that helped me stay calm and do quite well in the early stages.”

KEYS:

  1. The United Kingdom, made up of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, is an island nation in northwestern Europe
  2. England – birthplace of Shakespeare and The Beatles – is home to the capital, London, a globally influential center of finance and culture
  3. England is also site of Neolithic Stonehenge, Bath’s Roman spa and centuries-old universities at Oxford and Cambridge
  4. Capital: London
  5. Dialing code: +44
  6. Prime minister: Theresa May
  7. Currency: Pound sterling

 

 

OBITUARY

Victorian minister Fiona Richardson dies after battle with cancer

Victorian minister Fiona Richardson dies after battle with cancer

  1. Australia’s first minister for the protection of the of family violence, Northcote Labor MP Fiona Richardson, has been died at the age of 50 after the long battle of the cancer.
  2. She was a person of conviction, of character, of extraordinary composure. Those qualities – combined with an intellect and instinct that’s among the sharpest I’ve known – made her someone who can never be replaced. Not in our Government. Not in our movement. Not ever.” Mr Andrews said.
  3. She was an unwavering advocate on behalf of victim-survivors and every Victorian touched by the tragedy of family violence,” Ms Richardson’s family statement said.
  4. “Her strength and insight … touched the lives of many people and allowed them a glimpse of why she was such a fearless champion for victim-survivors. Fiona had unfinished business. She wanted violence in the home to stop and she knew for that to happen it would take dedication and leadership over the course of a generation.” the family said.

IMPORTANT DAYS

International Strange Music Day

International Strange Music Day

  1. International Strange Music Day was established by the Patrick Grant, who was the musician of the New York City. The purpose of this celebration is simple: “to get people to play and listen to types of music they have never experienced before”.
  2. The ‘strange’ is the meaning that unfamiliar with Patrick that the choice is entirely yours. Patrick believes broadening people’s musical spectrums can be change by his mantra is ‘listening without prejudice’.
  3. This growing movement has been created the concert and that has been started in the school at the summer schools, at where it has been get at the some of the kind of the stimulate young minds.
  4. If anyone wants to have the test of the Wonder Woman costume, a frozen turkey drumstick and an inflatable wildebeest into a percussion concert? In the International Strange Music Day every can get the chance of the use that.

 

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