3 September 2016 Current Affairs

3 September 2016 Current Affairs

$500 billion credit line announces by Prime Minister Modi for Vietnam

3 September 2016 Current Affairs

India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi (R) reviews the guard of honour with his Vietnamese counterpart Nguyen Xuan Phuc during a welcoming ceremony at the Presidential Palace in Hanoi, Vietnam September 3, 2016. REUTERS/Kham

Prime Minister Modi have signed on 12 agreements for cooperation in areas like IT and Defense .500 million Dollar line of credit extended by India in Defense to Vietnam which is closely observed by the Beijing which faces pressure from an increasingly confident  China in their dispute over the South China Sea maritime region. PM Modi will have meeting Chinese President Xi Jinping on the sidelines of the summit on Sunday. This is the first meeting after the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) summit held in Uzbekistan capital Tashkent in June, where PM Modi had advice China to make a “fair and objective” assessment of India’s application for no of the members to the 48-nation Nuclear Suppliers Group.

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NASA Juno sends first image of Jupiter North, South Pole

A successful attempt by NASA Juno, five year journey around our solar system’s largest planet has sent back the first image of Jupiter’s North Pole and the auroras   small waves across its southern pole. Juno successfully completed the first of 36 orbital flybys on August 27 when the shuttle came about 4,200 kilometers above Jupiter’s whirling clouds. Like other parts of planet it is blue in color.  Principal Investigator of Juno from the Southwest Research Institute in San Antonio Scott Bolton said first glimpse of Jupiter’s North Pole it looks like nothing or imagined before.

Two – tier system in test cricket will reject by BCCI 

The international cricket council has put up the idea of two- tier system in test cricket in Dubai September 6 but BCCI along with five test cricket playing nation, are likely to reject the proposal. The International Cricket Council are likely to put all his effort to convene special meeting at its head office On Sept 6 and 7 to continue the discussions that took place at its annual general meeting in Edinburgh this July. The BCCI is clearly not in favor of two- tier system structure because it believes that smaller countries are losing out and their confidence and interest are not protected. Sri Lanka Cricket, Zimbabwe Cricket, Bangladesh, West and the Pakistan Board are favored the views of BCCI’s.

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In state of Kerala medical college is going to raise the fees

In the Kerala, in a meeting with the health minister, 13 self-finance colleges accord with the state government to increase the fees of medical colleges for the course of MBBS and BDS.

The chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan from self financing medical colleges in the meeting has discuss to raise the fees structure.The fees for the 20% seats reserved would reserved for BPL student would remain as it is .13 medical colleges all over the state have agreed with the terms that 50 percent seats based on the guidance of the government .

University of Hyderabad to soon establish amenities centre with the cost of RS 10 crore

University going to establish amenities centre in 40,000 square feet area for the students. While announcing this project vice-chancellor Appa Rao Podile said, “It is a dream project that would primarily benefit students and at the same time will assign an ambiance for the campus fraternity at a serene location.Till now the cost of the amenities centre is Rs 10 crore ,center connects both north and south campus of the University. last year the university had noted placements with more than 275 students being placed in 67 companies.

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Updated: September 3, 2016 — 3:37 pm

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