4 Nov 2016

Current Affairs Smart-Liners

Current Affairs Smart-Liners 4th November 2016:
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·        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
·        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
·        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%
·        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
·        India, Sweden agree to enhance collaboration in energy sector
·        South Korea names new PM and finance minister amid scandal
·        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
·        FSSAI to spend 482cr on food testing infrastructure
·        Usain Bolt to race in Australia for first time in his career
·        Longest innings in first-class cricket lasted 1,015 minutes

·        Sri Lankan singer Pandit Amaradeva passes away


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