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Current Affairs 7th February 2018 National and International
1. Jerome H Powell Sworn In As sixteenth Chairman Of Federal Reserve
Jerome H Powell was confirmed as the sixteenth Chairman of the Federal Reserve for a four-year term. Mr Powell has succeeded Janet Yellen, the primary lady to lead the US national bank in its 100-year history. Powell was assigned for the post in November 2017 by President Donald Trump. The promise was managed by Vice Chairman Randal K. Quarles in the Board Room.
2. Maldives Crisis Union Government Declares State Of Emergency
The Maldives president, Abdulla Yameen announced a highly sensitive situation in the nation as vigorously outfitted troops raged the nation’s best court and a previous president Chief Justice Abdulla Saeed was captured in an extending political emergency. Ousted previous Maldivian president Mohamed Nasheed asked India to “act quickly” to help in settling the progressing political emergency in the island country
3. Assam Government and Ola Sign MoU For River Taxi Service
Taxicab hailing startup Ola and the Government of Assam have marked a MoU to pilot an application based waterway taxi benefit in Guwahati. The stream taxicabs will be machine-worked watercrafts and clients will have the capacity to book the rides through Ola’s application. It’ll convey drive time down to 2-5 minutes from 45 minutes by street. This MoU was marked amid the Global Investors Summit: Advantage Assam.
4. Shubhankar Sharma Becomes Best Indian Golfer In The World
Shubhankar Sharma developed as the best Indian golfer on the planet, getting the 72nd position in the Official World Golf Ranking (OWGR). He has won the Maybank Championship in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Sharma has appreciated a brilliant keep running in the course of recent months on the global stage, securing his first European Tour win at the Joburg Open.
5. India Successfully Test-Fires Nuclear-Capable Agni-I Missile
India effectively test-terminated the indigenously grew short-extend atomic competent Agni-I ballistic rocket. The rocket was let go from the Abdul Kalam Island off Odisha drift. The test was led by the Strategic Force Command of the Indian Army. The scope of Missile is 700 km. It was eighteenth adaptation of Agni-I
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