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India clears deal with Israel to jointly develop a missile
Current Affairs Headlines of 25th February, 2017

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→ App launched to provide GST updates by CBEC.

→ J & K and Centre planned to invest R.2,400 crore to boost state‘s tourism.

→ Dance festival ‘Brahan Natyanjali‘ starts at Thanjavur temple.

→ Private school of Haryana made must to install solar plants.

→ CBSE insists school buses to have GPS, CCTV & guard facility.

→ Pradeep Refinery project of IOCL got concession on interest by Odisha Govt.

→ Bilateral talks held between Bangladeshi PM Sheikh Hasina and India Foreign Sec.

→ 9th edition of BRICS Summit to be take place in China‘s Xiamen city.

→ Merger of SBI associate banks with SBI to be kick start from April 1.

→ TCS ranked world‘s third most valuable brand in IT services.

→ Food technology company Gorb has partnered with cab aggregator Ola to offer food to consumers at discounted rates in Mumbai.

→ Oriental Bank Ties Up With Chola MS To Sell Insurance Products.

→ China overtakes US, France as Germany’s biggest trading partner, for first time.

→ Nobel-Winning Economist Kenneth J. Arrow Dies At 95.

→ India clears deal with Israel to jointly develop a missile.

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