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Current Affairs 27th December 2016
Current Affairs Headlines of 27th December, 2016

Current Affairs

 


→ Actor Mithun Chakraborty resigns from Rajya Sabha

→ British singer George Michael dies at 53.

→ BunkarMitra-Handloom Helpline Centre to be set up by Ministry of Textiles.

→ Centre releases Rs 1,982 crore for Andhra Pradesh‘s Polavaram project.

→ CM Fadnavis to launch Transform Maharashtra initiative today.

→ Co-Artist of national emblem Dinanath Bhargava died at 89

→ External Affairs Ministry launches ‘Twitter Seva‘ platform.

→ Five global reinsurers, including RGA, Swiss Re, get final licence from Irda

→ IDFC Bank launches aadhaar-linked cashless merchant solution.

→ India successfully test-fires nuclear capable Agni-V

→ India successfully test-fires nuclear capable ballistic missile Agni-5.

→ Indian-American elected Pradeep Gupta Mayor of Californian city.

→ Karnataka govt launches 25 bio-diesel buses in the state

→ Kuchipudi performers dance their way into Guinness Records.

→ KVGB launches ‘Bank Sakhi’ scheme.

→ Pankaj Advani won National title in 6-red Snooker

→ Pune smart city mission project gets three awards.

→ SASTRA Ramanujan prize for Radziwill, Matomaki.

→ SBI adpots Shirki village in Pen for Aadhaar-based payments.

→ UP CM inaugurates power projects worth Rs 52,000 crore

→ US President Obama signs $618 billion defence bill.


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Current Affairs Headlines of 31st December, 2016
→ PM launches BHIM app to make digital payments easier.

Current Affairs Headlines of 30th December, 2016
→ 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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