Current Affairs Smart-Liners – 9th August 2017

Current Affairs Smart-Liners – 9th August 2017:

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IMPORTANT DAYS

  • 9th August Nagasaki Day

STATE

  • The Goa Legislative Assemblypassed a bill which reclassifies coconut as a `tree’
  • Amazon India has signed a MoU with the Telangana Department of Handloom and Textiles
  • Dawn of cruise tourism in India was inaugurated in Mumbai

NATIONAL

  • 8th meeting of Regional Technical Group on Trade, Commerce and Investment CBM of the Heart of Asia – Istanbul Process held in New Delhi
  • Flipkart has launched ‘Budding Star Programme’, an exclusive programme aimed at Flipkart employees
  • India has celebrated the 75th anniversary of the Quit India Movement
  • Government gives funds to States/UTs under NAM to develop AYUSH System of Medicine
  • India’s first micro forest being built in Chhattisgarh
  • NITI Aayog announces partnership with 6 states to transform Health & Edu sectors

BANKING & ECONOMY

  • Indian Railways has earned additional revenue of Rs 540 crore in less than a year through the flexi fare scheme

AGREEMENT

  • Bajaj Auto and Triumph Motorcycles UK have announced a global partnership

APPOINTMENT

  • Hritik Roshan has been signed as a brand ambassador by a health and wellness startup Cure.fit
  • Union government appointed Justice Dipak Misra as the next Chief Justice of India
  • Indian American Dilip Chauhan has been appointed as Deputy Comptroller for Minority Affairs in New York’s Nassau county

AWARDS

  • Indian-origin actor Dev Patel to be honored with Asia Society Game Changers Award

SPORT

  • Kynan Chenai wins bronze at 7th Asian Shotgun Championship

OBITUARY

  • Ex-MP Vishvjit P Singh passed away
  • BJP MP and former Union Minister Sanwar Lal Jat passes away

 

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