20 Sep 2016

Current Affairs Smart-Liners

Current Affairs Smart-Liners
Current Affairs Smart-Liners 20th September 2016:
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  • Govt appointed panel recommends for MSP of gram to Rs 4,000 a quintal
  • Govt to build one crore houses by 2019 under Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojna
  • Govt to announce next set of 27 smart cities today
  • Railways launches Yatri Mitra Sewa for elderly, differently-abled
  • HRD Minister inaugurates Super Computer PARAM-ISHAN at IIT Guwahati
  • Three-day international seafood show in Vizag
  • 40th edition of Soorya Festival has started in Thiruvananthpuram (Kerala).
  • Sand artist pays tribute to Uri's slain soldiers

  • World leaders adopt breakthrough declaration on refugees at UN
  • North Korea hails successful test of new rocket engine
  • Thousands evacuated as typhoon Malakas makes landfall in Japan

  • Bangladesh's Junaid Ahmad new World Bank head in India
  • IDFC issues commercial papers of Rs 700 crore.
  • Vijaya Bank Rolls out 3 New Apps

  • Sale of government stocks worth INR 14k crore announced
  • India's GDP to grow by 8% over next few yrs: S&P

  • Yes Bank Partners Fintech Startup NiYO
  • NTPC Entered into a Pact with EESL

  • Lt Gen Surinder takes over as Western Command GOC-in-C
  • Monika Kapil Mohta appointed Indian envoy to Sweden
  • Anandi Ramalingam assumed charge as Bharat Electronics Limited’s first woman director
  • PV Bharathi is now Canara Bank ED
  • Biocon Appointed Suresh Subramanian as Head
  • GlaxoSmithKline has appointed  Emma Walmsley as its new chief executive.

  • Himachal Wins Better Project Award

  • India successfully test fires long range surface-to-air Barak-8 missile off Odisha coast

  • Shuttlers Srikanth, Kashyap to begin campaign in Japan Open

  • Malaysian envoy releases translated book on Sai Baba

  • Odisha's 1st ever referee passes away aged 100



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