Daily Current Affairs – 7 March 2017

  1. China inaugurated its second largest airport in Tibet close to china border.

  2. ‘’Numbers do lie-The untold story’’ a book written by former Indian cricketer Aakash Chopra released.

  3. Standard chartered Bank appointed Subhradeep mohanty as CFO.

  4. Haryana government announce pension for men who lose their wives, first time in India such plan made considering for man, in India pension all ways provide to the wives of late husband.

  5. To monitor tiger population in reserves NTCA (National Tiger Conservation Authority) and WII (Wildlife institute of India) planning to use drones. Drones not only keep monitoring tiger population but also collect and transmit visual data of animal movement.

  6. The minimum A/c balance requirement or MAB charges will not be applicable to PMJDY accounts, or basic saving accounts holders.

  7. Single mothers holding custody of minors will not be charge by income tax on maintenance payment.

  8. To encourage digital payment, Banks may get incentives Rs.10 of merchants for each digital modes of payment, the proposal has been set 0.25% on the value of transaction by aadhaar pay or UPI, BHIM (Bharat interface for money).

  9. Nagpur another village has been adopted by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in UP under SAGY.

  10. Ray Tomlinson passed, he was the inventor of ‘’@’’ symbol.

  11. Noida will run its first bike taxi service after March 11 this month second after Gurgaon to run taxi service on bike.

  12. Andy Murray from Britain won Dubai championship title for the 1st time.


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