Current Affairs Today - 24rd December 2018 - Current Affairs News

Current Affairs Today - 24rd December 2018 - Current Affairs News

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India successfully test-fires nuclear-capable Agni-IV missile

Current Affairs India on December 23, 2018, effectively test let go atomic fit long-extend Inter-Continental Ballistic Missile Agni-IV. The key surface-to-surface rocket was flight tried from the Integrated Test Range (ITR) at Dr. Abdul Kalam Island off Odisha coast. This was the seventh preliminary of Agni-IV rocket. The test was a piece of a client preliminary by the Indian Army. The Agni-IV rocket was structured and created by Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO). It has a strike scope of 4,000 km. It is 20 meters in length and gauges 17 tons and has many forefront advancements which can meet worldwide principles including Pershing rocket of US.

Tata Motors partners with Zoomcar to deploy Tiger EVs in Pune

Current Affairs Goodbye Motors has banded together with self-drive rental vehicle firm Zoomcar to offer the electric rendition of its reduced car Tiger in Pune city as a component of the common versatility designs. Under the organization, Zoomcar hopes to send 500 electric vehicles in more than 20 urban communities with Tata Motors in the following one year. Goodbye Motors is focused on the Center's vision of driving electric versatility in the nation.

Patrick Shanahan to replace James Mattis as US Defence Secretary

Current Affairs Patrick Shanahan will assume control as the acting US Defense Secretary from January 1, 2019, supplanting James Mattis, who surrendered suddenly as of late. The declaration was made by US President Donald Trump through a tweet on December 23, 2018. In his renunciation letter, Mattis had offered to remain on for two months so as to encourage a smooth change. Nonetheless, the President declared Shanahan, who is as of now filling in as the Deputy Secretary of Defense, as the substitution of Mattis two months sooner than arranged.

Logistics Development Committee constituted to suggest reforms for ease of doing trade

Current Affairs The Economic Advisory Council to the Prime Minister (EAC-PM) has established a Logistics Development Committee under the Chairmanship of Dr. Bibek Debroy, Chairman of EAC-PM to evaluate key difficulties and propose changes in coordinations advancement and related business. The board of trustees directed a few rounds of consultations with different partners that included senior authorities from the Union and State governments, industry affiliations, exchange, and coordination segment delegates. In light of their survey and appraisals, the board of trustees arranged a thorough coordination and exchange help change motivation.

Burundi names Gitega as the new capital

Current Affairs Gitega (once in the past known as Kitega) will be the nation's new political capital, as guaranteed by the President in 2007. The past capital, Bujumbura, will remain a financial focus. Bujumbura is viewed as a resistance fortress and along these lines, this move has gotten analysis. The number of inhabitants in the new capital is around 23,000 while the past capital has a populace of around 497,000.

Andhra, Himachal and Madhya Pradesh best performing states under maternity benefit programme PMMVY: MoSWCD

Current Affairs Clergyman of State for the Women and Child Development Ministry Virendra Kumar discharged the execution of states and UTs under the maternity advantage, program named Pradhan Mantri Matru Vandana Yoja, a. Andhra Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, and Madhya Pradesh topped the outlines as the best performing states. As indicated by the finding, 51.70 lakh recipients are secured yearly under the PMMVY.

India, China hold the 1st meeting on high-level people-to-people ties

Current Affairs Outside Affair Minister Sushma Swaraj and her Chinese partner Wang Yi co-led the main regularly meeting of India-China High-Level Mechanism on Cultural and People-to-People Exchanges in New Delhi. Both the nations conceded to '10 mainstays' of participation to improve social and individuals to-individuals trades. These incorporate - social trades, film and TV collaboration and joint creation, historical centers, sports, youth, the travel industry, state, and city level trades, conventional drug, yoga, and training. This system is one of the results of the Wuhan summit between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese Premier Xi Jinping this April.

South Indian Education Society award for Manmohan Singh

Current Affairs Previous Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh got South Indian Education Society (SIES) Sri Chandrasekharendra Saraswati National Eminence Award as a major aspect of the Kanchi Mahaswami festival. He was granted for his commitment to the field of the open initiative. Educator Dr. Manjul Bhargava, Niti Aayog part Dr. V K Saraswat and Swami Chidanand Saraswati were granted for their work in the fields of network initiative, science and innovation, and social masterminds, individually.

Mamata Banerjee awarded the Skoch Chief Minister of the Year 2018 Award

Current Affairs West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has been picked as the best boss pastor of the nation by the Skoch Group. The main pastor of Bangla was given the honor based on the State's execution as estimated on five parameters – administration, culture, fund, urban advancement, and rustic improvement. The state's Kanyashree plot for the young lady kid has earned Banerjee much praise and the most noteworthy open administration respect from the United Nations. In the field of farming, West Bengal has won five back to back Krishi Karman grants and packed away the IPPAI Award for provincial zap in the state. Other than Banerjee the Skoch Group has likewise granted Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu with the 'SKOCH Sprinter of the Year' and Commerce and Industry and common flight serve Suresh Prabhu as the 'Unfaltering Reformer'.

Indians stood at 12th rank in the misperception index

Current Affairs Indians set at a twelfth position in the "misperception list" as indicated by the MORI Perils of Perception Survey 2018, done by Ipsos India, an autonomous statistical surveying organization. It behind a few nations like Italy, Singapore, Hong Kong, South Korea, Chile, and Argentina, among others. Thailand, Mexico, Turkey, Malaysia, and Brazil were positioned first in five and performed poorer than India. "misperception record" depends on inquiries which requested to individuals and it uncovered the wide abyss between what individuals saw and what was genuine.

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