Current Affairs 23rd September 2017 (updated)
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Latest current affairs today
23rd September 2017
- Bollywood film Newton chosen as Indias official entry to Oscars 2018
- Indias first electric bus service launched in Himachal Pradesh Rohtang Pass
- PM Narendra Modi to inaugurate 17 infrastructure projects and Mahamana Express, Utkarsh Bank in Varanasi
- feet tall Durga idol made of 600 kg of chocolate displayed at Kolkata Hotel
- National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) has appointed B Sambamurthy as interim Chairman of the board.
- Fino Payments Bank has launched its mobile banking app called BPay. It will help develop the fintech ecosystem in India
- The Department of Biotechnology will commission a two-tiered barge in the Brahmaputra River
- India’s first foreign nuclear power project will be done in collaboration built with Russia in Bangladesh
- The Union Minister for Textiles and Information & Broadcasting, Smt. Smriti Zubin Irani has inaugurated 6th Edition of the 4-day international textiles and apparel fair VASTRA 2017, in Jaipur
- India’s first bodyshell of 12000 HP loco from Alstom France arrived at Kolkata port. This first-of-its-kind high-power electric locomotive
- China began the process to restore the world’s fastest bullet train, running at 350 km/hr, from Beijing to Shanghai, 6 years after it reduced the speed of its trains.
- The International Day of Peace or “Peace Day” is observed on 21 September every year.
- Australias largest bank to sell its life insurance unit to AIA Group for 3 billion dollar
- 50 Nations Ink UN Nuclear Ban Treaty
Banking and Business
- All peer-to-peer lending (P2P) firms will be treated as non-banking financial companies (NBFCs).
- Oil and Natural Gas Corp. (ONGC) has made a significant oil discovery to the west of its prime Mumbai High fields in the Arabian sea.
Sports and Entertainment
- The official emblem and slogan for FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019 are unveiled at the Musee de l’Homme in Paris
- The Union Cabinet extended the time period for Udaan – the Special Industry Initiative for Jammu and Kashmir till 31 December 2018.
- Over 70 years after Indian astrophysicist and Nobel laureate Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar predicted that rapidly rotating stars would emit polarised light, scientists in Australia have observed the phenomenon for the first time.
- The Department of Science and Technology is planning to fund a project to develop quantum computers. A quantum computer, still largely a theoretical entity, employs the principles of quantum mechanics to store information in ‘qubits’ instead of the typical ‘bits’ of 1 and 0.
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