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Latest 29th June 2017 Current Affairs & Important Highlights
- Dangal becomes 1st Indian movie to earn Rs.2000 Crore worldwide
- India and Netherland signed 3 agreements
- Indian Army gets modern Bullet Proof Helmets
- Haryana to set up more centers for distressed women
- SpiceJet is top airline stock in the world in the year 2017 with 124% profit
- Chief Minister of Kerala Pinarayi Vijayan inaugurates a cleanliness drive
- The European Union fined Google with 2.4 Billion Euros for abusing internet search monopoly
- Roger Federer won 9th Halle Open Title
- World’s first ATM celebrates its 50th birthday
Today’s 29th June 2017 Current Affairs – National Updates
UP Govt signs agreement for strengthening of roads with Asian Development Bank
The Uttar Pradesh Govt. signed an agreement with ADB for Rs.1950 crore loan for strengthening the roads in various districts. ADB will provide the loan amount of Rs.2782 crore for UP Main District Roads Development Project. The loan provided is at 2% interest rate for the period of 25 years.
Indian Army gets Modern Bullet Proof Helmets
Finally, the army of India gets the first batch of new helmets. These helmets are Bullet Proof, manufactured by MKU Industries based in Kanpur. The total cost of these helmets is Rs.180 crore. These new Helmets have the capability of withstanding the impact of fire shots of 9mm from a shorter range. These helmets of Indian Army are matching the global standards of all equipment.
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International 29th June 2017 Current Affairs
India and Netherland signed 3 agreements
Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi and his counterpart of Dutch Mark Rutte have signed 3 agreements. The three MoU includes Water Cooperation, Cultural Cooperation, and Agreement on Amending Social Security Arrangement.
The European Union fined Google with 2.4 Billion Euros
European Union fined a record of 2.42 Bn Euros which is the biggest fine for an individual company in a case of EU antitrust. The fine is for breaching rules of anti-trust by illegally favoring its services of shopping.
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29th June 2017 Current Affairs – Science & Technology
Apple acquires the company of Senso Motoric Instruments Eye Tracking
As per the report from MacRumors, Apple acquires Senso Motoric Instruments (SMI). This company Is mainly the specialist in the technology of eye tracking. SMI also offers the eye-trackers for desktop applications. It also provides measurement-only head-worn devices for collecting and analyzing the data.
Russian Navy test-fires submarine-launched missile
Russian Navy successfully test-fired the submarine missile. Its name is Intercontinental Ballistic. The Yuri Dolgoruky is the 1st submarine in Borie-class carrying the Bulava. It commissions the Bulava after a long development cycle. It carries six nuclear warheads that range up to the distance 9,300 km.
29th June 2017 Current Affairs – Sports News
India finish 2nd in ISSF Junior World Championship
The Indian Shooting Squad finishes a creditable 2nd by winning 3 Gold, 2 Silver, 3 Bronze medal at the International Shooting Sports Federation Junior World Championship. The championship was held in Suhl, Germany. India picks up a gold and a silver in the team along with the individual junior men’s section of a 25m pistol.
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