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Current Affairs 19th January 2017

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Current Affairs 19th January 2017

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Bengaluru Ranked Most Dynamic City in the World in WEF Report
India’s IT Hub, Bengaluru has been ranked at the top position in the 2017 City .Momentum Index released the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting being held in Davos. The index identifies the most dynamic cities of the world.From India six cities have find place in top 30 most dynamic cities.

IIMC Launches Full-Fledged Diploma Course in Urdu Journalism

The Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC) has launched the diploma course in the Urdu language journalism. The main aim is to promote the Urdu Language in IIMC. Union Minister of Information and Broadcasting M Venkaiah Naidu has launched this diploma course.

Govt clears six FDI proposals worth Rs. 1186.5 crore
The government has cleared six foreign direct investment (FDI) proposals totalling ₹1186.5 crore. These include four from pharmaceutical companies including Sanofi-Synthelabo and Boehringer Ingelheim.
Only cash, deposits can be declared under PMGKY 
Undisclosed income in assets such as jewellery, stock or immovable property or in foreign bank accounts will not be accepted under the Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Yojana (PMGKY).The Central Board of Direct Taxes on stated that only undisclosed income in domestic bank accounts, post offices or stashed elsewhere will be accepted under the scheme.

Kangra first ever district to geotag all assets under MGNREGA

Himachal Pradesh CM Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh has declared that Kangra village in HP has won the geotag 100 per cent of the assets generated under the MGNREGA. Kangra was the first district in India to achieve this target.

Anandam Scheme Launched in Madhya Pradesh to Help Poor

Madhya Pradesh state govt CM, Shivraj Singh Chouhan has launched Aanandam program under the newly-formed Aanand Department. This Aanandam scheme will help the poor people to get the daily needs like sarees, jackets, blankets, utensils, school bags from the wealthy people. People can collect these from the particular place allocated for each district.

Meghalaya’s Mawlynnong village becomes a role model for cleanliness
Mawlynnong village in Meghalaya has become a role model for other states in maintaining cleanliness known as Asia’s cleanest village.Mawlynnong has become tourists’ hotspot.The Secretary of the village committee stated that, all 90 families of the village constructed toilets in 1989.
West Bengal Set to Give Legal Protection to Hilsa Fish
The West Bengal State Department of Fisheries has announced to protect the endangered Hisla Fish from getting extinct and thus has proposed to introduce law to arrest anyone found in illegal catching, buying or selling of Hilsa fish weighing less than 500 grams.


Ukraine Gets its First Baby Girl Born Using New ‘Three-Person’ IVF Technique

Using the new technique of three-person IVF called ‘pronuclear transfer’, A baby girl was born in Ukraine. The child is being considered as the world’s second baby developed using three-person IVF technique.

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