4 Nov 2016

Current Affairs Smart-Liners

Current Affairs Smart-Liners 4th November 2016:
Dear Aspirants, to make it simple here we have given the Smart-Liners of Daily Current Affairs which will help you to revise and it’s easy to keep it in mind. We hope that it will definitely help you in the preparation.


NATIONAL
·        Govt launches scheme to improve health facilities for pregnant women
·        NHRC organises workshop on 'Good Governance' in Meghalaya
·        India to host 7th session of COP7 on tobacco control from Nov 7-12
·        Railways set target of 100% de-carbonisation, 90% electrification in next 5 yrs
·        EC holding survey on poll awareness for overseas Indians
·        Maha CM sets new deadline for Indian, African safari at Gorewada Zoo
·        IAF lands largest transport plane in Arunachal
INTERNATIONAL
·        China, Malaysia sign military deal on South China Sea
·        UK announces new visa policy for non-EU nationals
·        World's shortest international flight starts operating
·        Singapore launches 4-day visa-free facility for Indians
BANKING NEWS
·        Clean energy: USAID, RBL Bank announce Rs500cr loan guarantee
·        GST Council approves 4-tier rate at 5%,12%, 18% and 28%
·        Five more banks join the Unified Payments Interface (UPI)
·        ICICI Bank cuts home loan rate by 0.15%
BUSINESS NEWS
·        India biggest opportunity for us in Asia: Black Rock
·        Govt cancels FCRA licences of over 11,000 NGOs
·        India holds business seminar in China to seek investments
AGREEMENTS &MoUs
·        India, Sweden agree to enhance collaboration in energy sector
APPOINTMENTS
·        South Korea names new PM and finance minister amid scandal
AWARDS
·        Shamik Chowdhury wins the German Green Talent award
·        Journalist Akshaya Mukul refuses to receive award from PM Modi
·        2 Indians selected in London Mayor’s innovation contest
SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
·        FSSAI to spend 482cr on food testing infrastructure
SPORTS NEWS
·        Usain Bolt to race in Australia for first time in his career
·        Longest innings in first-class cricket lasted 1,015 minutes
OBITUARY

·        Sri Lankan singer Pandit Amaradeva passes away



 

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