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Current Affairs 26 December 2017 National and International
1. Bengaluru to Host seventh International Coffee Festival
The seventh release of the India International Coffee Festival (IICF) will be held in Bengaluru from January 16-19. The four-day IICF 2018, being sorted out by the India Coffee Trust and State-run Coffee Board to advance the Indian espressos. According to the authorities, IICF 2018 would be an antecedent to the International Coffee Organization’s World Coffee Conference being facilitated by India in Bengaluru in 2020.
2. Airtel Payments Bank CEO Shashi Arora Resigns
Airtel Payments Bank Chief Executive Shashi Arora has stopped the organization after a current contention encompassing India’s biggest telecom administrator and its installment bank’s charged infringement of guidelines on utilizing Aadhaar for its electronic know-your-client (e-KYC) check process. He has been related with Airtel in senior positions of authority since 2006. the suspension of the e-KYC permit of Airtel Payments Bank has not been disavowed.
3. SBI Card and Bharat Petroleum Launch BPCL SBI Card
SBI Card, the Mastercard guarantor and Bharat Petroleum, the main oil organization in India declared the dispatch of the BPCL SBI Card – the most compensating fuel co-marked charge card in the nation. The BPCL SBI Card will present to 70 liters of free fuel every year to cardholders. The Cardholders can acquire rewards and save money on fuel at 14000 Bharat Petroleum fuel stations the nation over, making the BPCL SBI Card the main fuel co-mark card with such a broad reach. It has been propelled on the Visa stage.
4. Lt Gen B S Sahrawat assumes control as Director-General of NCC
Lieutenant General B S Sahrawat assumed control over the reins of National Cadet Corps as its Director General. The General Officer is a third era armed force officer. He is a graduate of the National Defense Academy, Khadakwasla and Indian Military Academy, Dehradun. He was dispatched in December 1980 in thirteenth Battalion (Rezang La), the Kumaon Regiment. He has been granted the Sena Medal amid the surges of Kosi River in Bihar in 2008.
5. M. Subbarayudu selected as Next Ambassador of the Republic of Peru
Shri M. Subbarayudu by and by Joint Secretary in the Ministry of External Affairs has been selected as the following Ambassador of India to the Republic of Peru. He is required to take up his task right away.
6. Mission Clean Energy: Maharashtra set to Generate 25,000 MW Electricity Through sun oriented Power
Maharashtra set to create 25,000 MW power through sun oriented power. Or maybe Maharashtra as a state beat in producing power through sustainable power source around 7,500 MW. The one state in delivering power through sustainable power source, with 7,500 MW age limit. The administration needs to take to this ability to 10,000 MW.
7. PM Narendra Modi Dials top Nepalese Leaders, Assures Assistance for Peace and Development of Nepal
PM Narendra Modi held telephonic chats with Nepali Congress President Sher Bahadur Deuba, CPN-UML Chairman KP Sharma Oli, and CPN-Maoist Center Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal. Our open outskirt is an impression of our special holding. He reaffirmed India’s responsibility regarding fortify these obligations of fellowship and work with the approaching Government on a wide scope of advancement and reproduction ventures. India and China for peace and flourishing, Oli additionally welcomed the Indian PM for Nepal visit, and said he would send an official welcome to the Indian PM instantly after the development of the new government.
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