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Current Affairs 3 February 2018 National and International
1. IOA Joint Secretary Vikram Singh Sisodia Named Chef-De-Mission For CWG
The Indian Olympic Association (IOA) selected its joint secretary Vikram Singh Sisodia as the Chef-de-Mission for the up and coming Commonwealth Games to be held in Gold Coast, Australia. The IOA additionally named three group chiefs to go with Sisodia and help him in the everyday obligations amid the Games. Sisodia is additionally right now the leader of Chhattisgarh State Tennis Association
2. Shesh Anand Madhukar regarded with Sahitya Akademi Bhasha Samman grant
Magahi essayist Shesh Anand Madhukar regarded with Sahitya Akademi Bhasha Samman grant. He is a moment essayist of Magahi dialect to be given this honor. Magahi dialect otherwise called Magadhi is the dialect talked in the Bihar-Jharkhand locale of eastern India. It has been gotten from old dialect Magadhi is the dialect talked in Bihar-Jharkhand area of eastern India. It has been gotten from old dialect Magadhi Prakrit, talked in the old kingdom
3. Odisha wins Geospatial World Excellence Award 2018
Odisha Government won ‘Geospatial World Excellence Award-2018’ for effective IT application for following of mineral generation. The honor was displayed at the Geospatial World Forum Meeting held at Hyderabad, Telangana. The occasion was gone to by more than 3,000 geospatial specialists from 90 distinct nations. i3MS is GPS-connected electronic programming outlined by researchers of Odisha Space Applications Center (ORSAC), Bhubaneswar.
4. Association Government makes PAN obligatory for exchanges more than 2.5 lakhs
The association government influenced Permanent Account To number (PAN) obligatory for any substance leading money related exchanges of 2.5 lakh or more. Including that an Aadhaar-like personality number is being produced for undertakings PAN card will likewise be utilized as a Unique Entity Number for non-people from April 1.
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