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RRB English Current Affairs 27th January 2019

INDIAN AFFAIRS
  1. Dharmendra Pradhan,Minister of skill development implemented new reforms  forJan Shikshan Sansthan (JSS) to enhance skill ecosystem and entrepreneurship in most of the remotest areas of India under centre’s flagship programme Skill India at the National Conference for Jan Shikshan Sansthan (JSSs) in NewDelhi.
  2. Centre decided to renovate 400 abandoned airstrips Jharkhand is the first state to develop one such strip
  3. Second edition of Tamil Nadu Global Investor Meet 2019 held in Chennai
  4. Nigrani, Nireekshan and Nakabandi-Exervise Sea Vigil
BANKING & FINANCE
  1. Health research money increased by Rs 147 crore in India
BUSINESS & ECONOMY
  1. Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) in collaboration with Indian Air Force (IAF)released a new standard for Aviation Turbine Fuels (ATF) which can be used as bio-jet fuel on all military and civilian aircraft.
  2. Research firm eMarket predicted that Chinawill become world’s biggest retail market in 2019
AWARDS & RECOGNITIONS
  1. Numaligarh Refinery Limited (NRL)received best Miniratna PSU in strategic performance financial category award at an award function held In New Delhi.
APPOINTMENTS & RESIGNS
  1. Sultan Abdullah elected new Malaysian King
  2. IndiGo appoints Ronojoy Dutta as CEO
  3. Parthasarathi Mukherjee reappointed as the MD of Lakshmi Vilas Bank for another two years 
ACQUISITION & MERGER
  1. India enters $100 billion M&A club in 2018:Grant Thornton’s (GT) annual Dealtracker
SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
  1. DRDO launches Long Range Surface to Air Missile off Odisha coast
  2. ISRO’s PSLV C44 launched Kalamsat and imaging satellite Microsat R
  3. United Kingdom (UK)government has made an announced of a research project to study Nitrogen pollution in India and South AsiaSouth Asian Nitrogen Hub will be led by United Kingdom’s “Centre for Ecology and Hydrology” under the new partnership programme.
SPORTS
  1. Former South African all-rounder Johan Bothaannounced his immediate retirement from all forms of cricket because of his physical illness.
OBITUARY
  1. Jnanpith awardee, acclaimed author Krishna Sobti passes away
  2. Ex-Goa governor Bhanu Prakash Singh died 
BOOKS & AUTHORS
  1. A new anthology titled ‘New Brazilian Poems’, translated and edited by Indian poet-diplomat Abhay Kumarwas launched at the National Association of Writers of Brazil

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