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National Current Affairs:
- Mohit Gupta from Haryana topped the all-India Chartered Accountancy final exam with a score of 587 out of 800 (73.38%). Prashant and Aditya Mittal from Delhi are in next to Gupta who scored 571 marks (71.38%) and 565 marks (70.62%), respectively.
- The government announced that installation of Global Positioning System (GPS) devices and panic buttons in all passenger transport vehicles like taxis and buses is mandatory. April 1 is the last date to implement this.
- The Human Resource Development Ministry asked around 50,000 colleges and technical institutes across India to implement free WiFi service on campus.
- Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal announced that government will install CCTVs in every classroom of Government schools.
- The RBI on Wednesday reemphasized that all 14 designs of ₹10 coin are legal tender for transactions. So there is no need to worry about their genuineness.
International Current Affairs:
- UK PM Theresa May is appointed as the ‘Minister for Loneliness’. This happened after she took care of loneliness issues across the country. Theresa is world’s first ‘Minister for Loneliness’.
- Israel’s PM Benjamin Netanyahu said that India reapproved a deal to buy 1,600 Israeli anti-tank guided missiles worth $500 million.
- To support the country’s national currency ‘rial’, Saudi Arabia’s King Salman deposited $2 billion into Yemen’s central bank.
- US President Donald Trump announced the ‘winners’ of his ‘Fake News Awards’ on his party website. The list includes The New York Times, ABC and CNN.
Current Affairs: Sports & Entertainment
- The Supreme Court issued a stay on the ban on ‘Padmaavat’ in 4 states Rajasthan, Gujarat, Haryana and Madhya Pradesh and clearing the film for an all India release.
- Virat Kohli is named as the ICC Cricketer of the Year and ODI Cricketer of the Year. Steve Smith is named as ICC Test Cricketer of the Year.
- Actor Kamal Haasan announced his political entry last year. Now he said that he will announce the name of the party and guiding principles on February 21.
- ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ director James Gunn said that he would donate $100K to US President Donald Trump’s favorite charity if, White House physician Ronny Jackson rechecks trump’s weight.
Bussiness Current Affairs:
- More than 40% of the foreign-born IT workers in the US city of Seattle are Indians, 13.5% are Chinese. Almost 23,000 Indian techies are working in Seattle.
- As per Ernst & Young reports, India recorded highest investments as well as exits in 2017.
- Mumbai is named as Asia’s fifth most expensive rental city for expatriates. Singapore is in 8th place.
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