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IBPS-CLERK, PO’s QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE
భారత రాజ్యాంగ నిర్మాత డా. బీఆర్ అంబేడ్కర్ బౌద్ధ మతం స్వీకరించిన కార్యక్రమాన్ని నిర్వహించిన బౌద్ధ సన్యాసి ప్రజ్ఞానంద్. . . . .
జీఎంఆర్ గ్రూప్ ఛైర్మన్ గ్రంధి మల్లికార్జునరావుకు అంతర్జాతీయ గౌరవం దక్కింది. నవంబరు 29, 30 తేదీల్లో మలేసియాలో నిర్వహించిన. . . . .
హైదరాబాద్ బిర్యానీకి మరోసారి జాతీయస్థాయిలో గుర్తింపు లభించింది. దేశవ్యాప్తంగా గిరిజనులను ఏకం చేసేలా కేంద్రం ప్రతిష్ఠాత్మకంగా. . . . .
The little blue bill, the one rupee note, marks its centenary on November 30. The first one rupee note was printed in India on November 30, 1917, with the photo of King George V with the text “I promise to pay” written on it.Over the past century, the one rupee note has undergone 28 design changes. This. . . . .
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has decided to “unofficially” retire the No.10 jersey for international matches. The No.10, worn by Sachin Tendulkar throughout his career in ODIs. The Mumbai Indians, incidentally, had retired No.10 in 2013 after Tendulkar retired from all forms of the game.
India and Singapore inked a naval pact to majorly enhance their maritime security cooperation with access to each others bases. The naval cooperation agreement to improve maritime security, joint exercises, " temporary deployments from each others naval facilities" and mutual logistics support was inked after. . . . .
President Ram Nath Kovind addressed the closing ceremony of centenary celebrations of Bose Institute in Kolkata. This was one of the earliest scientific institutes to be established in the country. The President said that Bengal was one of India’s earliest industrial and manufacturing economies. Bose is considered the father. . . . .
The first revamped coach of Rajdhani under the project ‘Swarna’ was coach of Sealdah Rajdhani ( New Delhi-Sealdah) which was launched today (29th November 2017) from New Delhi.To improve the passenger experience, Ministry of Railways decided to upgrade Premium Rajdhani and Shatabdi trains under Project ‘Swarna’. Under. . . . .
INSV Tarini entered Lyttelton port (New Zealand) on Wednesday during its maiden voyage to circumnavigate the globe.This is the first-ever Indian circumnavigation by an all-women crew. The vessel is skippered by Lt. Commander Vartika Joshi, and the crew comprises Lieutenant Commanders Pratibha Jamwal, P. Swathi, and Lieutenants. . . . .