Current Affairs Today - 25rd December 2018 - Current Affairs News

Current Affairs Today - 25rd December 2018 - Current Affairs News

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B V P Rao elected as president of Archery Association of India

Current Affairs B V P Rao was chosen as the President of Archery Association of India(AAI), the race was held under the Supervision of previous Chief Election Commissioner S. Y. Quraishi. Maha Singh was chosen as secretary of Archery Association of India, D K Vidyarthi was chosen as the treasurer. Sunil Sharma was chosen senior VP and Rajendra Singh Tomar and Purnima Mahato will be the VPs. BVP Rao prior filled in as VP of the arrow based weaponry relationship of the northeastern state. He was likewise before related with Sports Authority of India in different limits.

Seven days 37th Senior National Rowing Championship held in Pune

Current Affairs The seven days 37th Senior National Rowing Championship finished up at Army Rowing Node, College of Military Engineering in Pune. The opposition comprised of classes of 2000 meters and 500 meters. It was introduced by Lt General Michael Mathews. The Army Team rose as the bosses in 2018 and was trailed by the Services group that came in second. This year, 498 rowers from 24 groups of different States (with the exception of West Bengal) and Associations contended in roughly 200 races over the most recent four days.

Indian Railways launches new EMU train with 130 kmph speed

Current Affairs Railroad travelers will before long get another innovative train from the stable of the Integral Coach Factory (ICF). The new train – Electrical Multiple Unit (EMU) – regularly known as an electric train, running at a speed of 130 Kmph is prepared for its preliminary dispatch. The EMU train with higher traveler limit officially embarked for Delhi (December 19), Sudhanshu Mani, General Manager.

Delhi records 2nd Highest Pollution Level in 2018

Current Affairs While the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) information demonstrated the general air quality list (AQI) at 'serious' dimension of 450, the Center-run System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting (SAFAR) demonstrated a more elevated amount at 471. This is the second most noteworthy contamination level this year. The most elevated was recorded on November 8, multi-day after Diwali, when the AQI contacted 571. An AQI between 100 to 200 goes under the 'moderate' class, 201 and 300 is considered 'poor', 301 and 400 'exceptionally poor', while that somewhere in the range of 401 and 500 is 'serious'.

ICC asks BCCI to pay Rs 161 crore compensation or lose rights to host 2023 World Cup

Current Affairs The Board of Control for Cricket in India has been associated with some fights in court generally. Worldwide Cricket Council (ICC) approached the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to either pay $23 million (Rs 161 crore) before the current year's over as pay for the duty derivations caused in facilitating the 2016 World T20 or wind up losing the World Cup 2023 rights. India should have the 2021 Champions Trophy and the 2023 World Cup, which again would go under risk if BCCI neglects to meet ICC's requests.

NGT bans mining within 10 km of Sariska Tiger Reserve

Current Affairs The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has prohibited all mining exercises inside 10 km of the Sariska Tiger Reserve in Rajasthan. The request was issued following a supplication testing the natural leeway allowed to 24 mines inside the 10 km span. The Supreme Court in 2006 included denied mining inside 1 km of national parks and asylums.

Beti Bachao Beti Padhao field level awareness campaign for Maharashtra, Goa and Dadra & Nagar Haveli launched

Current Affairs Beti Bachao Beti Padhao" will be sorted out in Maharashtra, Goa and Dadra and Nagar Haveli to spread mindfulness among individuals to spare and teach young ladies. The Campaign will be sorted out by the Pune office of Regional Outreach Bureau, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India as a team with Women and tyke improvement divisions of particular state and Union Territory (UT). The crusade was propelled by Ms. Gauri Gadgil who is a 'diving' tyke and a worldwide swimmer by putting her fingers on conventional instrument 'Dholak'.

Jharkhand CM announced Rs 2,250 crore scheme for farmers

Current Affairs Jharkhand CM Raghubar Das declared a 2,250 crore plan to help 22.76 lakh little and peripheral agriculturists of the state. Named Mukhyamantri Krishi Ashirwad Yojana, the plan will give agriculturists a yearly monetary help of 5,000 for every section of land for Kharif crops. The plan will begin from 2019-20 money-related year.

According to the National Crime Records Bureau Uttar Pradesh state tops in atrocities by police between 2014 - 2018

Current Affairs As indicated by the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB), Uttar Pradesh enrolled 236 bodies of evidence against police staff for human rights infringement somewhere in the range of 2014 and 2016, the most astounding in the nation's aggregate of 411 such cases amid a similar period. Uttar Pradesh was trailed by Delhi where 63 instances of monstrosities by police faculty were enlisted in a similar period. The instances of human rights infringement by police faculty incorporate vanishing of people, illicit detainment or capture, counterfeit experience killings, coercion, attack on ladies with a plan to shock her unobtrusiveness, barbarities on booked standings, planned clans, torment among others.

UAE to give Pakistan USD 3 billion amid the financial crisis

Current Affairs Joined Arab Emirates (UAE) will store $3 billion in Pakistan's national bank to help its money related and fiscal approach. The UAE's help comes in the midst of the current budgetary emergency in Pakistan. The exchange of 11 billion dirhams (USD 3 billion) by the legislature possessed Abu Dhabi Fund for Development (ADFD) to State Bank of Pakistan is relied upon to be done in the 'coming days'.

Fifteenth Global SME Business Summit in New Delhi

Current Affairs The fifteenth version of a multi-day Global SME Business Summit was composed by the Ministry of MSME and Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) in the relationship with Government e-commercial center in New Delhi. The subject of the occasion was 'Building Partnerships through Global Value Chains.' The plan of the summit was to unite prestigious speakers with unbounded experience and aptitude, a worldwide group of onlookers, and different national and universal SME partners to incorporate Indian MSMEs into the Global Value Chains (GVCs).

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