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Latest Current Affairs 06th February 2018

MIB: Menstrual Hygiene Guidelines engage all sections:Information and Broadcasting Minister Smriti Irani says, National guidelines on Menstrual Hygiene Management help engaging all sections of the society; Speaking at preview of Akshay Kumar-starrer movie ‘Padman’ in New Delhi, the Minister urges everyone to shed their inhibitions on issue of menstrual hygiene.

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PM Modi to undertake 3 nation historic visit:Prime Minister Narendra Modi to undertake historic visit to United Arab Emirates, Oman and Palestine from 9th of February; To become first ever Indian Prime Minister to visit Palestine; To address Sixth World Government Summit at Dubai.

Two Jawans martyred as terrorists open fire inside Srinagar’s SMHS Hospital:Terrorist ambush on the police convoy carrying another terrorist in Srinagar Hospital; Lashkar terrorist manages to escape; two jawans martyred in the encounter.

Oil tanker with 22 Indian sailors released by pirates:An oil tanker, with an all Indian crew of 22 members that went missing off the coast of Benin in north-west Africa, has been released by pirates after four days, officials said on Tuesday.

Cold wave continues in Himachal Pradesh:Cold-wave conditions persisted in most parts of Himachal Pradesh on Monday, even as the minimum temperatures rose marginally.

‘Clean Air for Delhi Campaign’ to begin from February 10:Delhi’s Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal has reviewed the detailed action plan of agencies and stakeholders on measures to combat air pollution in the national capital.

Ryan murder case: CBI files chargesheet against accused juvenile:CBI has filed a chargesheet against a juvenile in connection with the killing of 7-year-old Pradyuman Thakur at the Ryan International School.

EAM Sushma Swaraj to visit Saudi Arabia today:External Affairs Minister, Sushma Swaraj is paying her first official visit to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia from 6-8 February 2018.

BJP leader Amit Shah highlights govt’s achievements in Rajya Sabha:BJP president Amit Shah on Monday complimented the NDA government for taking measures that have brought relief to the common man.

German parties in final push for new Merkel government:Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservatives and the centre-left Social Democrats embark on a final round of talks Tuesday to seal a coalition deal and end months of political limbo in Europe’s top economy.

Maldives: Constitutional crisis deepens as President Yameen declares Emergency:Constitutional crisis deepens in Maldives as President Yameen declares Emergency after a showdown with Supreme Court; security forces arrest former President M A Gayoom and Chief Justice Abdullah Saeed; exiled former President Nasheed calls for people to revolt against incumbent govt.

Slump due to global shakeup says Hasmukh Adhia:Finance secretary Hasmukh Adhia said the sell-off in India’s equity markets is due to weak global sentiment and not because of the long-term capital gains tax (LTCG) announced in the budget.

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Reduction in corporate tax after exemptions end, says FM Arun Jaitley:Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said that corporate tax rate can be brought down to the promised 25 per cent only after all the exemptions given to industry have ended.

Asian markets dive as Wall Street chaos spreads: Asian stocks plunged on Tuesday after a record-breaking loss on Wall Street, extending a global rout as panicked investors fret over rising US borrowing costs and cash in profits after months of market euphoria.

Confident India eye 3-0 lead against depleted South Africa:Buoyed by the convincing wins in the opening two ODIs, India will fancy their chances to take an unprecedented 3-0 lead when they take on a depleted South African team, plagued by injuries, in the third One-day International of the six-match series at Newlands, Cape Town on Wednesday.

60 years on, players and fans remember Munich air crash “babes”:The Munich air crash that cruelly cut down Manchester United’s “Busby Babes” in their prime has enormous significance for the club’s players and fans even 60 years on from that fateful day.

In Pyeongchang, welcome flags await North Korea’s cheer squad:Tight security awaits North Korea’s 230 cheerleaders who will make an exclusive South Korean mountain resort their home-from-home from Wednesday during the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics.

Run up to 2021 WC: India stun a hapless South Africa by 88 runs:India produced a clinical all-round performance to thrash hosts South Africa by 88 runs in the first one-dayer of the ICC Women’s Championship at Diamond Oval on Monday.

Solar System 2.0 may have water-rich planets: Study:Planets around the faint red star TRAPPIST-1, just 40 light-years from Earth, may host significant amounts of water, scientists said.

India successfully test-fires nuclear capable Agni-1:India on Tuesday successfully test-fired its short-range nuclear capable ballistic missile Agni-1 with a strike range of over 700 km from a test range off the Odisha coast.

SpaceX poised to launch ‘world’s most powerful rocket’:SpaceX is poised for the first test launch on Tuesday of its Falcon Heavy, which aims to become the world’s most powerful rocket in operation, capable of reaching the Moon or Mars some day.

Two new contraceptives launched in Arunachal Pradesh:Arunachal Pradesh government has launched two new contraceptives – an injectable one and a pill – under separate programmes to expand people’s choice contraceptives.

Amid human trafficking, Libyan forces may be colluding with migrant smugglers: UN:Human trafficking is on the rise in Libya, according to a report by a UN panel of experts which found that Libyan forces may be helping rebel groups tighten their control of smuggling routes.

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