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Current Affairs Today – Current Affairs 13 February 2018

Current Affairs: National

  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the Union government saved ₹56,000 crore through Aadhaar-enabled Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT).
  • The Madhya Pradesh education department is going to release a dress code for teachers in the government schools. Women teachers are expected to wear a maroon jacket, men to wear navy blue jackets.
  • Scientists and geologists are confirmed that there are nearly 11.5 crore tonnes of gold deposits under the earth’s surface in Rajasthan state.

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  • Congress President Rahul Gandhi was gifted a gold-coated Valmiki statue worth of ₹60 lakh from an independent MLA who joined into the party at a rally in Karnataka.
  • Rahul Gandhi while speaking at a rally in Karnataka asked PM Narendra Modi to him to start working because he did not have more time.
  • The Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) and the All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) refused to take meditation classes from Sri Ravi Shankar.

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Current Affairs: International

  • India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi laid the foundation for the first Hindu temple in Abu Dhabi via video conference on Sunday.
  • The UK government spent Rs. 90,000/- to send to deliver a six-page letter informing the European Council of its decision to leave the European Union to Belgium.

Current Affairs Today | Latest Current Affairs 13 February 2018 | Daily Current Affairs Quiz

  • PM Narendra Modi on his visit to Palestine said that India hopes to see a sovereign and an independent state of Palestine soon.
  • A Japanese firm paid nearly ₹4.5 crore to settle a lawsuit with the family of a died employee who died in an accident caused by exhaustion (Overwork).

Current Affairs: Sports and Entertainment

  • Pakistani government denies reports of the Bollywood film ‘Pad Man’ banned n the country and they alos said that the Central Board of Film Censors is yet to watch the film and then they decide to release or not.
  • Brahmin group Sarv Brahmin Mahasabha withdrew their protest against Kangana Ranaut’s film ‘Manikarnika’.

Current Affairs Today | Latest Current Affairs 13 February 2018 | Daily Current Affairs Quiz

  • The Rajinikanth starrer Tamil film ‘Kaala’ is ready to release on April 27. This film producer, Rajinikanth’s son-in-law Dhanush announced this news on Twitter.
  • The 32-year-old Pune based swimmer, Rohan More becomes the first person in Asian and youngest person to complete this ocean seven challenges.

Current Affairs: Business

  • Cryptocurrency exchange Coindelta offers zero fee trading on bitcoin for this valentine day. They said that this offer will last for whole valentine week and end on 14th February.
  • Acharya Balkrishna, Patanjali CEO, support legalization of marijuana in the country. He said that people should consider the benefits and medical uses of marijuana and our ancestors use this marijuana from ages for Ayurveda due to its medical benefits.

Current Affairs Today | Latest Current Affairs 13 February 2018 | Daily Current Affairs Quiz

  • IMF chief Christine Lagarde urged Arab countries to slash public wages and subsidies to curb spending, achieve constant growth and create new jobs.
  • Mumbai city becomes the world’s 12th richest city by South Africa-based market research group New World Wealth.

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