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English Current Affairs 2nd February 2018

National News
  1. Anilkumar Sinal, Executive Officer, said that Tirupathi Ezhumalayanan temple was in the possession of 83 crore 84 lakhs in Indian rupees and 45 tons of foreign currency.
  2. Around Rs 28 crore has been allocated in the municipal budget to convert street lamps across the Mumbai municipality.
  3. The book "Exam Warriors", which means "choice warriors" of Prime Minister Modi, is published Saturday.
  4. Minister for Health, Vijayabaskar, launched the vehicle with a laboratory for examination of foods for the first time in Tamil Nadu.
  5. Business News
  6. Google's Alfphabets Tax Authority has suffered a loss of US $ 300 billion.
  7. 000 crore allocated for coastal areas in Kerala budget
  8. Alibaba enters the golf business in India in online following China.
  9. The Central Government has decided to merge three companies, Oriental Insurance, National Insurance and United India Insurance.
Sports News
  1. India won the first one-day match against South Africa
  2. India’s women boxer Mary Kom won gold in the 48 kg weight category in Indian Open Boxing Tournament.
  3. Dinesh Thakar of India won silver in the 68 kg category in Indian Open Boxing Tournament
  4. Heena Nalakal Warke of India won silver in women's triplejumph at Asian Indoor Athletics championship in Iran
Science and technology
  1. Space X successfully launched the satellite of NATO system. The satellite was launched by the Falken 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral Air Force Base in Florida, USA.
  2. Biological scientists has created a new ear from their cartridge cell for those who do not have developed outside ear
Appointments
  1. General Sudeep Lakhtakia was appointed as Director of National Disaster Response Force
  2. Edwinzo was appointed as Director of Tamil Nadu Medical Education
Agreements
  1. British Prime Minister Teresa May's Chinese tour has signed a number of agreements worth £ 930 million between Britain and China.
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