Thursday, 28 May 2020

Top 10 CA of 28th May


  Hi guys it's a very good afternoon to all of you. As you know in this site i provide you daily Top 10 Current Affairs, are very relevant to your exams. So here are the Top 10 CA of 28th May :

Top 10 Current Affairs of 28th May :

1. The Sports Authority of India i.e SAI has deposited Rs.30,000 each to 2,749 Khelo India athletes as out of pocket allowance (OPA) amid the COVID-19 lockdown.

2. The National Payment Corporation of India (NPCI) has launched 24*7 AI based chatbot system called 'PAI'. It aims to increase financial inclusion in India. It provides information about NPCI products.

3. The government of Maharashtra under Central government and Asian Development Bank have signed an agreement of $177 billion to construct state highways in Maharashtra. 

4. The United States of America has declared on Wednesday that Hong Kong will no longer enjoy the autonomy promised by Beijing, stripped the special trading status under US law.

5. The European Union has promised to provide 750 billion Euros as COVID-19 recovery fund. It will be used by the countries to recover from recession during the pandemic situation.

6. The President of Indian Olympic Association Shri Narinder Batra has been appointed as the member of Olympic Channel Commission. 

7. The Karnataka State government has announced that it will launched a 'State Health Register' to collect data of all its citizens. This kind of register in first in the country by the state.

8. The Chattisgarh government has recently decided to consider 'lac cultivation' as the agricultural activity in the state and promote its farming as main livelihood for the farmers. Lac is actually scarlet colored resin secreted by an insect named 'laccifer'. 

9. Marcos Troyjo has been elected as next President of New Development Bank (NDB). India's  Anil Kishora  has been elected as next Vice President and CRO of the NDB

10. Airtel Payments Bank has collaborated with MasterCard to create customized financial products for Indian farmers and Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs).

(Source: The Hindu)

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