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23rd June 2017 Current Affairs News Highlights
- EPFO signs MoU with HUDCO recently
- Intel partners with International Olympics Committee
- The Philippines bans the use of firecrackers
- Haryana becomes the Open Defecation free state
- Venkaiah Naidu launches the India’s largest Municipal Bond Programme
23rd June 2017 Current Affairs – National Updates
Free Education for Girls from Nursery to Ph.D. in Punjab
The Punjab Government led by Captain Amarinder Singh recently announces to provide free education for girls. The free education will be provided only in the government schools as well as colleges. The girls will be educated for free from Nursery level to Ph.D. level. Captain also said that free textbooks will be provided to each student who is studying in Govt. school. This will be applicable from the next academic session.
Indore become the first city in India to use robot for controlling unruly traffic
Indore, the capital city of Madhya Pradesh has become India’s first city using robots experimentally. The city is operating robots for controlling its growing and unruly traffic.
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Business and Economy 23rd June 2017 Current Affairs
Chandrababu Naidu announces construction of a new airport in Kurnool to boost business and opportunities of employment
Chief Minister of AP announces to construct a new airport in Kurnool. He added that many industries will come up to the district for enhancing the business growth and increasing the employment opportunities. On Wednesday, CM of AP led the foundation stone of the new Greenfield Airport, at Orvakal.
Govt. asks banks and post offices to deposit junked and banned notes of Rs.500, Rs.1000 to RBI by 20 July
The Govt. asks banks as well as post offices to deposit the banned and junked notes of Rs.500 and Rs.1000 to Reserve Bank by 20 July. This is the government’s second window providing to the banks, post offices, and cooperative banks to deposit junk notes with RBI.
SEBI eases norms to buy stressed assets
As per the number of attempts made by the government for resolving the massive bad loans issue, SEBI relaxes norms for the investors to take over the companies that are having stressed assets and facing bankruptcy. Investors will take this step to recover bad loans.
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Latest 23rd June 2017 Current affairs – Science and Technology
India and Russia identifies key areas to bolster cooperation in the sector of Science & Technology
The key areas for bolstering cooperation in Science and Technology sector have been identified by India and Russia. This includes the technology of Space and Marine, IT, and deep ocean engineering.
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Today International Current Affairs – 23rd June 2017 Current Affairs
India’s population to surpass that of China’s population around 2024
As per the report, China has a population of around 1.41 billion people, while India has the population of 1.34 billion people. These two countries, India and China have become the most populous ones. According to the report of UN, India will surpass the population of China by the year 2024. In next 7 years, India will cross the population mark of 1.44 billion people.