Current Affairs 5 January 2018 National and International, Today Topic is National and International.

 5 January 2018 Current Affairs

Current Affairs 5 January 2018 National and International

1. Andhra Pradesh Grameena Vikas Bank Introduces Desktop ATMs in Rural India

The Andhra Pradesh Grameena Vikas Bank (APGVB) operationalized its first work area ATM in Telangana. The smaller than normal ATM inside the branch premises will encourage clients to pull back little sums. In the meantime, standard ledger holders can pull back cash and do other managing an account exercises. With these ATMs, there will be no requirement for isolated ATM rooms, so there is no security issue. This activity is the greatest under the SBI and among the best territorial provincial banks (RRBs)

2. Researchers find four new resin species in Arunachal Pradesh

Researchers have found four new resin species from different areas in Eastern Himalayas in the northeastern province of Arunachal Pradesh. They are Impatiens haridasanii, Impatiens pseudocitrina, Impatiens nilalohitae and Impatiens roingensis. It was found in Pongchan. The species is described by little yellow blooms and shaggy clears out

3. IICA, IPPB Sign MoU to Provide Training on Payment Banking

The Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs (IICA) and India Post Payments Bank (IPPB) consented to an arrangement for the preparation of representatives of the last in the zone of installment managing an account. Under the understanding, IICA has been depended with the key duty of limit working of IPPB through preparing of its authorities/representatives other than giving exploration bolster by founding Research Chairs in the rising territory of installment managing an account

4. Rajinder Khanna selected as Deputy National Security Adviser

Rajinder Khanna was selected the delegate National Security Adviser (NSA). He was the previous head of the nation’s outside knowledge office Research and Analysis Wing (RAW). He headed the RAW for a settled two-year time span. Mr Khanna is at show officer on exceptional obligation (Neighborhood Studies) in the National Security Council Secretariat.

5. India and Israel marked MoU on Cooperation in Oil and Gas Sector

The Union Cabinet affirmed the marking of MoU amongst India and Israel on participation in the Oil and Gas Sector. The participation conceived under the understanding will encourage advancement of interests in each other’s nations, innovation exchange, R&D, leading joint examinations, limit working of HR and coordinated effort in the region of Start-ups

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