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Current Affairs 15 December 2017

Current Affairs 15 December 2017 National and International

1. Jammu and Kashmir Government to Regularize upwards of 60,000 Daily bets and easygoing Laborers soon

Jammu and Kashmir government’s one choice has expedited a grin the characteristics of thousand laborers. Outstandingly, Jammu and Kashmir government will soon regularize upwards of 60,000 every day bets and easygoing workers. Boss Minister of Jammu and Kashmir Mehbooba Mufti declared to regularize 60,000 day by day bets and easygoing workers, the series of joy was spread in the places of those workers.



2. Indian Railways Introduces Online Bill Tracking System for Vendors and Contractors

Indian Railways have presented a bill following framework for contractual workers/merchants of Indian Railways to track the status of their bills. This is in accordance with the accentuation given by Minister of Railways and Coal, Piyush Goyal on the expanded utilization of data innovation to run computerized and online with a view to advancing straightforwardness and productivity in the framework. The merchant/contractual worker need to enroll in the online IT stage created in-house by CRIS, New Delhi called Indian Railways E-Procurement System (IREPS). The enrollment empowers the merchant/offices to see their bill status with dates through different phases of handling of bills, the phase at which it is lying, the sum for which it is passed and different subtle elements.

3. Narendra Modi Inducts Scorpene-class Submarine Kalvari into Indian Navy

Leader Narendra Modi dispatched India’s first current ordinary submarine, INS Kalvari, into Navy’s armada in Mumbai, a first in very nearly two decades. Kalvari is the first of the six Scorpene-class submarines gave over by shipbuilder Mazagon Dock Limited (MDL). The Navy last accepted a regular diesel-electric submarine, INS Sindhushastra, obtained from Russia in July 2000.

4. South Korea bans its Banks From Dealing in Bitcoin

South Korea restricted its budgetary organizations from managing in virtual monetary standards, for example, Bitcoin, as the digital currency takes off in an air pocket fuelled by retail examiners, a considerable lot of them from the nation. There are a large number of them little time financial specialists, are assessed to claim Bitcoins and request is high to the point that costs for the unit are around 20 percent higher than in the US, its greatest market. The hyper-wired nation has developed as a hotbed for cryptographic money exchanging, representing approximately 20 percent of worldwide Bitcoin exchanges around 10 times its offer of the world economy. Around one million South Koreans, a considerable lot of them little time speculators, are assessed to claim Bitcoins, and the request is high to the point that costs for the unit are around 20 percent higher than in the US, its greatest market.

5. DCI and NHAI ink MoU to Facilitate Supply of sand for Highways construction work

Digging Corporation of India (DCI) and National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) have marked a MoU for encouraging the supply of sand for roadway development work. The MoU means to fill sand supply hole by encouraging the accessibility of sand for concessionaires taking a shot at expressways ventures who were confronting a deficiency of sand at many locales. Under this MoU, DCI expects will do digging operations in areas in South East Asia and create extensive volumes of sand. DCI is Indian Government Miniratna undertaking occupied with the matter of digging. It was built up in 1976 and reports to the Ministry of Shipping.

 

6. Indian Becomes first Ever Team to Register Hundred 300+ ODI Totals

India turns into the first-since forever group to enroll 300+ sums 100 times in ODIs, in the wake of posting 392/4 against Sri Lanka in Mohali. This was additionally the 25th occasion of India scoring 350+ of every an ODI innings, second-most by a group after South Africa (26). India was driven by commander Rohit Sharma’s 208*, his third ODI twofold hundred which is additionally a record in ODIs.

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