Daily Current affairs 6th September 2017

Banking, SSC, UPSC, RRB & Competitive Exam
Current Affairs 06.09.2017
Indian Events
1.     Ram Nath Kovind, the president of the Sanghini project in the Rajkot district of Gujarat, has established the base-4 tube canal (Link-4 of SAUNI).
2.     Minister of Road Transport and Highways, Shipping and Water Resources, Nitin Gadkari (Shri Nitin Gadkari, Minister for Road Transport and Highways, Shipping and Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation) River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation Camp from Huda City Center Metro Station in Kuragram 1000 electric rickshaws were introduced in the first phase.
3.     The Cabinet has approved the implementation of Namami Gange project for speedy implementation of the Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation (River Development, Water Development, and Ganga Rejuvenation).
4.     The government has announced a new norms for disabled pensions for New Delhi Army forces. The government has accepted the recommendations of the National Anomaly Committee (NAC) that a disabled pension should be given to the security forces in accordance with the Regulations under the 6th Central Pay Commission (CPC).
5.     The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has introduced a new bacteria and intracellular MPA (Medrarchyrogestan Acetate) under the 'Andorra' program in New Delhi. Contraception is safe and very effective.
6.     Antara (infusion) is useful for three months.
7.     Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh and the Rajnath Singh flagged off Lucknow Metro have flown Lucknow Metro's first flight from Lucknow to the Metro station in Lucknow.
International events
8.     The ninth BRCIS summit was held in China in China on September 3-7. Five countries are participating in Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. This summit is being held in China for the second time since the 2011 summit.
9.     The Nepalese government has passed a new law. It is aimed at stopping a woman, or stopping the practice of compulsion in the cottage or shed, outside their home.
10.            A five-month political transition decision by Raul Castro's departure from the Presidency began with a decision to leave Raul Castro out of the president's (five-month political transition expected to end) because of his family's dominance over the country's political system for nearly sixty years.
Bank and financial events
11.            The introduction of digital currencies announced by China (Cyrptocurrencies) for individuals and organizations to raise funds through the initial currency supply (ICO). Small or Regulatory Surveillance allows the creation of digital "tokens" and allows them to increase large amounts quickly.
12.            The HDFC has a list of lenders who are listed as "D-SIB" or a domestic default bank.
Business events
13.            The Direct Taxes Central Board of Direct Taxes (CPTD) entered into four additional pricing agreements (APAs) related to sectors such as telephone, banking, manufacturing and education. UN This is the 8th bilateral APA United Kingdom and the 13th year. Other five bilateral APAs are with Japan. The total number of APAs entered CBDT has risen to 175. It includes 162 unilateral APAs and 13 bilateral APAs.
14.            KV Rama Murthy has been appointed as Managing Director and CEO of Tamil Nadu Mercantile Bank Limited.
15.            Novartis notes that Indian ancestor Anand Narasim is the new CEO
Awards & Recognition
16.            State Minister Jitendra Singh honored employees to successfully solve the CBDT public deficits (CBDT).
17.            Amritpal Singh (Amritpal Singh), the head of the Indian basketball team, made history in the National Basketball Association (NBL).
18.            Commonwealth Youth (Children & Girls) On the first day of the Weightlifting Championship, India's Armani Devi (Konsam Ormila Devi) won the gold medal in the 44 kg weight category.

19.            Arunachal Pradesh Health and Family Welfare Minister Jomde Kena died.
Post a Comment