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Current Affairs 4 January 2018

Current Affairs 4 December 2017 National and International

1. Karnataka to Hold Largest B2B Travel Event in the Country

The Karnataka government declared that ‘Karnataka International Travel Expo’ (KITE) will be held from February 28, charging it as the “biggest” B2B travel occasion in the nation. The three-day occasion will see near 400 representatives from 25 nations partake. The fundamental point is to extend Karnataka all inclusive and draw in traveler footfall with accentuation on advancing the state’s untamed life, extravagance and experience goals, verifiable landmarks and UNESCO world legacy locales.

2. HDFC Bank Partners with Rajasthan Government to Promote Startup Culture

HDFC Bank reported an association with Rajasthan Government to advance and support new businesses in the state. Under this organization, HDFC Bank will collaborate with the state government to give end-to-end arrangements like current records, Mastercards and different answers for new companies under its SmartUp program.

3. UNESCO Enters Turkey’s Endangered ‘Feathered creature Language’ in Intangible Cultural Heritage List

The uncommon and exceptionally productive shriek dialect regularly called “fledgling dialect” utilized as a methods for correspondence by villagers in remote northern Turkey entered the UNESCO rundown of Intangible Cultural Heritage. UNESCO acknowledged the “fledgling dialect” of Black Sea villagers as a jeopardized some portion of world legacy needing critical assurance.

4. Hold Bank of India Bonds Scheme Being Replaced by 7.75% Savings Bonds Scheme

As indicated by the Finance Ministry, RBI Bonds Scheme shut yet the loan cost on such papers brought down to 7.75 percent. The 8 percent Savings Bonds Scheme, otherwise called RBI Bonds Scheme, isn’t being shut however is being supplanted by 7.75 percent Savings Bonds Scheme. These assessable bonds are implied for individual other than Non-Resident Indians with no most extreme farthest point for speculation.

5. One Hundred Seventy First Araadhanai Music Festival Begins in Tamil Nadu

The 171st Aradhana Music Festival of one of the Trinities of Carnatic music Saint Thyagaraja starts in Thiruvaiyaru, Tamil Nadu. The celebration was initiated by Governor Banwarilal Purohit. The primary capacity of the celebration is the choral singing of Thyagaraja’s five kritis in Ghana ragas. More than 1,000 performers from everywhere throughout the world are relied upon to pay praise to Saint Thyagaraja over the span of the five-day celebration

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