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Β  INDIAN AFFAIRS   Madhya Pradesh government announces indefinite ban on sand mining in Narmada River On Monday in Bhopal, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that till a government-appointed committee decides how much sand can be safely mined from the river without causing any damage to it then the ban on sand mining will be in place. Bhopal Chief Minister Shivraj...
Β  INDIAN AFFAIRS Β  Yogi Adityanath govt may scrap 20 per cent quota for minorities in welfare schemes To scrap 20 per cent quota to minorities in seeking benefits of welfare schemes the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh government Yogi Adityanath is likely to lead. Before this the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, Akhilesh Yadav-led Samajwadi Party government and fixed 20 per cent...
Current Affairs Today – May 22, 2017 | Latest News and Updates
INDIAN AFFAIRS     Delhi University launches helpline number for African students; extends admission deadline   Delhi University has undertaken a slew of measures with an aim to enroll more African students, such as extension of online registration for foreign nationals till 31 May and answering their queries on email. The Foreign Students' Registry (FSR) of the varsity has received over 300 applications...
Current Affairs Today – May 21, 2017 | Latest News and Updates
INDIAN AFFAIRS     GST council finalises tax rates on 80-90% goods services Β  On Thursday the GST Council finalized tax rates on 80-90 per cent with essential items of daily use being kept in the lowest bracket of 5 per cent of goods and services under the four-slab structure. This Council was headed by comprising representatives of all states and Union Finance...
Current Affairs Today – May 20, 2017 | Latest News and Updates
  INDIAN AFFAIRS   Kulbhushan Jadhav verdict at ICJ a diplomatic win for India, political win-win for Narendra Modi Β  On Thursday's the International Court of Justice had held the verdicts of the execution of Kulbhushan Jadhav it is announced that to death by a military court in Pakistan this is no doubt that it is a big unconditional and unwanted legal victory...
  INDIAN AFFAIRS   Kulbhushan Jadhav verdict at The Hague today: Here's how ICJ has ruled on death penalty cases in the past On Thursday the International Court of Justice (ICJ) will give its justices on India’s appeal to stay the cases behind and be with of Kulbhushan Jadhav, by a Pakistani military court for alleged espionage a former Indian Navy officer...
Current Affairs Today – May 18 2017 | Latest News and Updates
  INDIAN AFFAIRS   India ageing gradually, every 5th person to be 60+ by 2050 – CRISIL, PFRDA According to report of economic India will transform exceptionally young to a GROWING country and till 2050 as against every 12th at present , every 5th Indian will be in 60s. PFRDA Chairman Hemant G Contractor said in a report, β€œDemographically, India will transition...
Current Affairs Today – May 17 2017 | Latest News and Updates
    INDIAN AFFAIRS   Punjab Government Yet To Come Up With Plan to Abolish DTOs Transferring the powers of DTOs to sub-divisional magistrates and Abolishing the post of DTOs and was one of the key decisions of Amarinder government in its first cabinet meeting on March 18. The present Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee president Congress leader Sunil Jakhar – Jakhar had said...
Current affairs 2017-05-06
INDIA 'India Secular State with No State Religion': India at United Nations Human Rights Meet Safeguarding the rights of minorities is an essential core of the polity in India; Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi told the United Nations Human Rights Council meeting in Geneva, rebutting attempts by Pakistan to point fingers at New Delhi for attacks on minorities. On Thursday's meeting,...
current affairs 2017-05-05
INDIA 'No credibility': Arun Jaitley dismisses Pakistan Army denial of beheadings of soldiers With India saying Pakistan that blood samples oh beheaded Indian soldiers and Blood trail near the line of Control established its collusion, defence Minister Arun Jaitley asked citizens that to trust the capability of the Indian Army to respond to the outrage. Speaking after a meeting of...

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