Current Affairs » February 2017 » Railways Approves Rail Project In Andaman And Nicobar
→ ‘Optiemus Infracom‘ a Delhi-based firm to manufacture BlackBerry smartphones.
→ 17th session of BIMSTEC senior officials’ meeting starts in Kathmandu.
→ Alastair Cook resigns as England Test captain.
→ Arunachal Pradesh implements ‘e-Cabinet‘ system.
→ Boy from Himachal Pradesh awarded Rs.1 lakh for saving schoolmates.
→ China overcomes Germany to be the world‘s largest producer of solar power.
→ Delhi Govt approves proposal to build 6,178 flats for poor.
→ First all-women mosque in Lucknow to be powered with 100% solar energy.
→ First Smart Police Station inaugurated in Andhra Pradesh.
→ Ginni Rometty CEO of IBM receives record bonus of Rs.33.3 crore in 2016.
→ Govt of Arunachal Pradesh announced ‘Arunachal Civil Service Awards’.
→ I & B Ministry earned Rs.15 lakh by selling old junk material.
→ IDBI Bank lowers its MCLR by 30-35 bps.
→ India Education Fair for Sri Lankan students starts in Colombo.
→ India to host Meeting of Global Initiatives to combat nuclear terrorism in New Delhi.
→ India to host World Billiards Championship for next four years.
→ India’s third largest private bank, Axis Bank has tied up with Earthport Plc, a cross-border payment network.
→ Indian Coast Guard to have Joint Exercise with UAE Coast Guard.
→ Indian-origin British sculptor Anish Kapoor was honored with the prestigious $1 million 2017 Genesis Prize by Israel for his utmost contribution for Jewish community.
→ Iran Lifts Ban on American Wrestling Team.
→ Law passed by Israel Govt legalising 4000 homes in occupied West Bank.
→ Mumbai airport second-most efficient in the world: Govt.
→ New App build to design personalised dress for users by Google, H & M.
→ Public sector lender Bank of Maharashtra has partnered with insurance company Cigna TTK Health to market the insurer’s products in the bank’s branches across the entire country.
→ Railways Approves Rail Project in Andaman and Nicobar.
→ The Ujjivan Small Finance Bank officially started its operation with 5 pilot branches in Bengaluru..
→ The Union Human Resource Development Ministry led by under Prakash Javadekar is set to constitute a National Testing Agency (NTA) which will be responsible for conducting examinations for higher and secondary education.
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