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Latest Current Affairs 03rd January 2018

Bhima Koregaon violence: Maharashtra returns to normalcy: Maharashtra limps back to normalcy after violence in Koregaon; State govt says situation peaceful; Minor incidents reported; Parliament also discusses issue; Govt accuses Congress of playing politics.

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BJP holds Parliamentary party meeting in Parliament:BJP Parliamentary party meeting was held at Parliament on Wednesday. Prime Minister Narendra Modi besides other party leaders attended the meet.

Intense cold wave and fog continous to grip North India:North India shivers under cold condition as mercury goes several degrees below freezing point in Kashmir, and a thick blanket of fog envelopes Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh. In the national capital, dense fog led to cancellation of six flights and 21 trains.

AAP brainstorms on Rajya Sabha nominees:AAP’s Political Affairs committee is likely to finalise the names today.

PSBs commit government to boost rural sanitation sector:During the meeting, the credit institutions also expressed commitment to provide access to clean toilets for customers across all branches in the country as their contribution to the Swachh Bharat Mission.

EC to issue notification for by-polls in Rajasthan & West Bengal today:The Commission has decided to use EVMs and VVPATs in these elections at all the polling stations.

Parliament passes Insolvency & Bankruptcy Code Amendment Bill:Insolvency & Bankruptcy Code Amendment Bill bill seeks to replace an ordinance which was promulgated in November to prevent unscrupulous persons from misusing or vitiating the provisions of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code.

Fodder scam: Special Court to pronounce quantum of sentence today:A special court will today pronounce the quantum of sentence for jailed former Bihar chief minister and RJD chief Lalu Prasad Yadav and 15 others.

Anti-Triple Talaq Bill stalled in Rajya Sabha:Anti-Triple Talaq Bill tabled in Rajya Sabha; Opposition Stalls proceedings; Congress says send bill to Select Committee; Govt claims Congress’s double standards have been exposed.

Electoral bonds contours announced:Finance Minister Arun Jaitley outlined the electoral bonds modus for political donations, the govt’s initiative to clean up political funding. The bonds can be bought on certain days in a month from designation State Bank of India branches. It will not carry the donor’s name, will be valid for only 15 days and political parties can deposit them only in designated bank accounts.

Sri Lankan PM thanks PM Modi for providing efficient ambulance service:Sri Lankan Prime minister Ranil Wickremsinghe has thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Indian government for providing an efficient ambulance service to his country.

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I will not hesitate to bring offenders of bond scam before law: Lanka President:Sri Lanka’s President Maithripala Sirisena has said that he will bring the offenders of the bond scam before the law and recover the 11,145 million rupees loss to the public.

Trump threatens to cut aid to Palestinian territories:The US has long provided the Palestinian Authority with much-needed budgetary support and security assistance, as well as an additional $304 million for the UN’s programs in the West Bank and Gaza.

Nikki Haley accuses Pakistan of playing ‘double game’ with the US:Trump blasted Pakistan in a series of tweets on Monday , accusing the country of taking US aid while providing “safe haven” to terrorists.

US nuclear button ‘much bigger’ than North Korea’s: Trump:US President Donald Trump on Tuesday warned Kim Jong-Un that he possessed a nuclear button that is “much bigger & more powerful” than that of the North Korean leader.

Bus falls off cliff in Peru, 48 dead:A bus plunged over a seaside cliff in Peru, killing at least 48 people after a collision with a truck on a precarious stretch known as the “devil’s curve,” officials said.

Benchmark Sensex ends marginally lower in volatile trade:Benchmark Sensex ended marginally lower in volatile trade today as wary investors remained on the sidelines ahead of the corporate results season.

Shikhar Dhawan fit for first Test, Ravindra Jadeja recovering:Good news for Team India ahead of first Test match against South Africa beginning on the 5th of January in Cape Town; Opening batsman Shikhar Dhawan declared fighting fit but Ravindra Jadeja is still batlling his viral infection.

Yuki Bhambri crashed out of Maha Open Tennis:Yuki Bhambri squandered six break chances to crash out of the Tata Open Maharashtra in Pune on Wednesday.

NASA’s flying observatory to explore Saturn’s moon:NASA’s flying observatory is preparing its 2018 observing campaign, which will include observations of celestial magnetic fields, star-forming regions, comets and Saturn’s giant moon Titan.

Cabinet nod for AIIMS in Bilaspur, Himachal Pradesh:The Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday approved the establishment of an AIIMS facility in Bilaspur, Himachal Pradesh, at a cost of Rs 1,351 crore.

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PM Modi, Tendulkar most talked about Parliamentarians on Facebook in 2017:Prime Minister Narendra Modi and cricketing legend Sachin Tendulkar have emerged as the most popular parliamentarians in 2017 on social networking platform, Facebook.

PM to scientists: focus research on building new India:Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that India has a very strong ecosystem of scientific research and development.

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