Current Affairs Short Updates – 28th March 2018

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One Liner Current Affairs – 28th March 2018 | Current GK

Current Affairs

  1. CBDT has extended the deadline for the PAN-Aadhaar linking to June 30.
  2. India to be ready with 5G roadmap by June: Telecom Secretary Aruna Sundararajan.
  3. Department Of Posts launched the Cool EMS Service between India and Japan.
  4. The Government has Setup of National Academic Depository (NAD) for Digitalization of School Records.
  5. India And China agree to a roadmap for addressing trade imbalance.
  6. India’s first Insect Museum Opened In Tamil Nadu.
  7. Bandhan Bank becomes India’s 8th most valued bank.
  8. Exim Bank extends $500 million loan facility to the 15-nation group in South Africa.
  9. Anushka Sharma and P V Sindhu had featured in the Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia 2018.
  10. Rahul Dravid named election icon for Karnataka Assembly polls.
  11. Vijay Raghavan appointed as Principal Scientific Advisor To Government.
  12. Myanmar’s Parliament has elected Win Myint as the country’s new President. 
  13. Indu Bhushan has appointed as CEO of Ayushman Bharat Mission.
  14. Software major SAP has partnered with NITI Aayog’s Atal Innovation Mission.
  15. India and ADB sign $80 million loan agreement.
  16. Manu Bhaker and Anmol secured India’s seventh gold medal in the ISSF Junior World Cup in Sydney, Australia. 
  17. Steve Smith and David Warner have been slapped with historic 12-month suspensions.

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