- 1 24th June 2017 Current Affairs
- 1.1 Highlights of 24th June 2017 Current Affairs News
- 1.2 Latest Current Affairs 24th June 2017 – Today’s General Knowledge Questions
- 1.2.1 India’s biggest municipal bonds programme launched in Maharashtra
- 1.2.2 Uttarakhand and Haryana become the Open Defecation Free States
- 1.2.3 Under AMRUT Scheme Odisha government has approved Fifty Three New Projects for 9 Cities
- 1.2.4 Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has launched the Startup India Virtual Hub
- 1.3 Important GK Quiz Questions – 24/06/2017 Today’s Current Affairs All over the World
24th June 2017 Current Affairs
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Highlights of 24th June 2017 Current Affairs News
- Union Government has launched VAJRA Scheme to attract Indian Scientists
- Philippines country has banned private use of Firecrackers
- Bengaluru became the first country to deliver diesel at Home.
- EPFO has signed MoU with HUDCO under new Housing Scheme of EPF & MP
- Kenneth I Juster become the America’s new ambassador to India
- For the better treatment of HIV-Hit people, Mizoram has launched ‘Test and Treat Strategy’ scheme.
Latest Current Affairs 24th June 2017 – Today’s General Knowledge Questions
India’s biggest municipal bonds programme launched in Maharashtra
The Union Minster Venkaiah Naidu has launched the India’s largest municipal bonds programme in Maharashtra to finance 24*7 water supply project. The Pune Municipal Corporation has become the first municipal corporation to get the money through municipal bonds in 14 years.
Uttarakhand and Haryana become the Open Defecation Free States
Under the Swachh Bharat Mission, the rural of Uttarakhand and Haryana has declared as 4th and 5th Open Defecation Free (ODF) States. Already declared the OFD States are Sikkim, Himachal Pradesh, and Kerala.
- Uttarkhand – 13 districts, 95 blocks, 7,256-gram panchayats and 15,751 villages.
- Haryana – 21 districts, 124 blocks, and 6,083-gram panchayats.
Under AMRUT Scheme Odisha government has approved Fifty Three New Projects for 9 Cities
Odisha State Government has approved 53 urban projects for 9 Cities with the total investment of Rs 538 crore under the scheme of Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation (AMRUT). The primary objective is to provide water supply, sewerage, urban transport to households and build amenities.
Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has launched the Startup India Virtual Hub
India is the 3rd world’s largest startup ecosystem and to maintain that Commerce and Industry Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has recently launched the Startup India Virtual Hub. It is an online platform for entrepreneurs to discover and connect and engage with each other.
Important GK Quiz Questions – 24/06/2017 Today’s Current Affairs All over the World
Intel company partners with International Olympics Committee
Intel company announced a long-term technology partnership with the International Olympic Committee (IOC) at an official signing with US tech giant’s Brian Krzanich chief executive officer and IOC President Thomas Bach. The Company Intel join “The Olympic Partner” (TOP) which is worldwide sponsorship program and become the partner through 2024.
RBI has appointed three more members to reconstitutes Oversight Committee
To expand the Oversight Committee Reserve Bank of India has appointed three more members former Canara Bank chairman MBN Rao, Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) whole-time member S Raman and Finance Holdings Chairman YM Deosthalee. Pradeep Kumar Former chief vigilance commissioner is the head of this 5-member committee.
United Nations has Approves Sale of UAV Technology to India
The United States has cleared the sale of 22 unmanned Guardian flights to India. It is estimated $2 to $3 billion worth to sell Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) flights to India. The transfer of state-of-the-art UAV technology to India will be the significant progress to India after entering to Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR).