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Current Affairs 15th December 2016
Current Affairs Headlines of 15th December, 2016

Current Affairs


→ Ambani, Tata join Bill Gates for $1 bn clean energy fund.

→ Andy Murray, Angelique Kerber named ITF players of the year.

→ Danilo, Chapecoense goalkeeper killed in plane crash, is Brazil player of the year.

→ Grofers partners with Yes Bank to deliver cash at customers’ homes.

→ India outguns Russia to become 4th largest defence spender.

→ India to contribute 5 lakh US Dollars to CERF for year 2016-17.

→ India, Russia bilateral naval exercise Indra Navy 2016 begins.

→ Malaysia enthrones new King Sultan Muhammad V.

→ NASA building robotic spacecraft to refuel, repair satellites in orbit.

→ NGT imposes interim nationwide ban on manja for flying kites.

→ P.V. Sindhu wins BWF Most Improved Player award.

→ Paytm partners with NHAI for digital payments at toll plazas .

→ Rajya Sabha passes Rights of Persons with Disabilities Bill, 2014.

→ Russia - Sochi will not host Bobsleigh & Skeleton World Championships 2017.

→ Sushma Swaraj named Global Thinker for novel Twitter diplomacy.

→ Trade between India, China expected to be $65 billion for 2016.

→ Trump picks ExxonMobil CEO Tillerson as choice for secretary of state.

→ Venkaiah Naidu inaugurates 6th Asia Pacific Ministerial Conference.

→ Walter Swinburn - Legendary jockey and Shergar Derby winner dead at 55.

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→ Twitter partners with ICICI Bank for advanced customer care.

Current Affairs Headlines of 29th December, 2016
→ Bank of Maharashtra Adopts Village in Sangli for Digital Transactions

Current Affairs Headlines of 28th December, 2016
→ Salman Khan launches his app - BeingInTouch - on 51st birthday.

Current Affairs Headlines of 27th December, 2016
→ Kuchipudi performers dance their way into Guinness Records.


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