Current affairs by Achievers IAS Bangalore

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These current affairs are being designed by Achievers IAS for students of UPSC. Achievers IAS is one of Premier IAS coaching at BAngalore.

  • India and World Bank Sign US $ 250 Million Financing Agreement for Andhra Pradesh Disaster Recovery Project.
  •  New Delhi reacts strongly to unprovoked firing by Pakistan at Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir; Warns of firm response.
  •  Supreme Court agrees to hear CBI plea on filing of charge sheets by SIT in Vyapam scam.
  •  Centre constitutes expert group headed by Niti Ayog Vice Chairman for classification of caste data; Reiterates data to be released at an appropriate time.
  •  Prime Minister assures Centre is working towards a solution to the decades-old Naga political issue.
  •  Government introduces composite foreign investment cap by clubbing all forms of overseas investments for ease of doing business in the country.
  •  Telecom Department releases final report on Net neutrality; recommends regulations of domestic calls made by Internet based calling applications. www.achieveriasclasses.com
  •  In Assam, over 73 thousand people affected due to flood in Lakhimpur, Sonitpur, Dhemaji and Kokrajhar district; Centre and State Disaster Relief teams pressed into service.
  •  Prime Minister’s scheduled visit to Varanasi cancelled due death of a labourer.
  •  Eurozone finance ministers to decide today a new rescue package for Greece following acceptance to European Union’s tough conditions.
  •  Indian shuttlers P V Sindhu, Kidambi Srikanth and Sameer Verma crash out of Chinese Taipei Grand Prix Gold badminton tournament in second round.
    • Supreme Court issues notice to Centre on legality of re-promulgation of Land Acquisition Ordinance.
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  • Competition Commission imposes 671 Crore Rupees penalty on four state-run insurance companies for cartelization and adopting anti competitive practices.
  • Bombay High Court issues notices to Maharashtra government and its Minister Pankaja Munde on a PIL seeking ban on chikki distribution to anganwadi kids.
  • A Gunman kills four US Marines at two Navy buildings in Tennessee.
  • In Nigeria, 49 people killed in twin blasts in the Northeastern City of Gombe.

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