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Daily Current Affairs 21st December 2019 For All Government Examinations

Daily Current Affairs 21st December 2019 For All Government Examinations
Daily Current Affairs 21st December 2019 For All Government Examinations

Daily Current Affairs 21st December 2019 For All Government Examinations

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DRDO Successfully Flight-Tests Two Pinaka Missiles in Salvo Mode

DRDO: As part of the series of flight trials of Pinaka missile system, two test firings have been conducted by Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO).

 The first trial was conducted on December 19, 2019, wherein one missile was fired at 75 kilometre range.

The second trial was successfully conducted today Morning at 11:00 hrs (20th December) from Integrated Test Range, Chandipur, off the Odisha coast.
The mission objective of trial was to test low range, functioning of live warhead along with its proximity initiation and salvo launch. Two Pinaka missiles were launched in salvo mode with 60 seconds interval between two firings........Read More

Closing Ceremony: 8th edition of India China joint training exercise ‘Hand-in-Hand-2019’ held in Meghalaya

The exercise was aimed at practicing the joint drills of counter terrorism operations in a semi urban terrain under United Nation mandate. The exercise entailed firing of each other's weapons, conduct of tactical lectures & demonstration by both countries with respect to various aspects of counter terrorism operations.

The exercise will send a strong signal to the world that both India and China well understand the emerging threat of terrorism and stand shoulder to shoulder in countering this menace plaguing the world......Read More

Afghanistan first country to recognize Indian Pharmacopoeia

The Indian Pharmacopoeia (IP) has been recognised formally by the National Department of Regulation of Medicines and Health Products of the Ministry of Public Health of Afghanistan.

It will also be used based on the requirement as reputable pharmacopoeia in the laboratory of medicines and health products quality. With this, a new beginning has been made and Afghanistan has become the first country to recognize IP pursuant to the efforts of the Department of Commerce and Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.

Prime Minister Modi Addresses the Inaugural session of 100 Years of ASSOCHAM

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the goal of achieving the 5 Trillion Dollar Economy is achievable. He was participating at the inaugural session of the Hundred Years of ASSOCHAM in New Delhi.

Addressing a gathering of leaders from the Corporate World, Diplomats and others, the Prime Minister said that the idea of making India a 5 Trillion Dollar worth economy is not a sudden one.

Ministry of Railways signs MoU with University of Birmingham for Next Generation Transportation Systems

The National Rail Transport Institute, a deemed to be university under the Ministry of Railways, signed an MoU with the University of Birmingham in Rail Bhawan, New Delhi to set up its first Centre of Excellence for Next Generation Transportation Systems.

The MoU was signed by Mr. Vinod Kumar Yadav, Chairman, Railway Board and Chancellor of NRTI, and Professor Clive Roberts, Head of the Birmingham Centre for Railway Research and Education (BCRRE) at the University of Birmingham.

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