Current Affairs 05 May 2018

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Venkaiah Naidu on 5-Day Visit to South America

  • Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu emplaned for a five-day visit to South America’s Guatemala, Peru and Panama.
  • Bilateral trade and investments are expected to be mainly discussed during the visit.
  • This will be the Vice President’s first overseas visit after assuming office.
  • He will be accompanied by a high-level delegation, including Minister of State for Tribal Affairs Jasvantsinh Sumanbahi Bhabhor.

Union Government Announces Project to Strengthen Namami Gange Programme

Fourth Regional Conference on Futuristic, Resilient and Digital Infrastructure Concludes In Bengaluru

‘Go To Village’ Mission Launched In Manipur

  • Manipur Chief Minister N. Biren Singh launched ‘Go to Village’ mission throughout the state from Konuma ground.
  • The mission was launched in 60 villages of all the 60 Assembly constituencies.

HRD Ministry Launches Initiatives for Online Professional Development Using SWAYAM

EPFO launches View Pension Passbook Service on Umang App

NITI Aayog to Collaborate With IBM to Develop Precision Agriculture Using AI

Twelth Informal Meeting Of SAARC Finance Ministers Held In Manila

PGCIL Inks Pact With Power Ministry For Rs.25,000 Crore Capex

  • State-run Power Grid Corporation of India (PGCIL) inked a pact with the Ministry of Power to incur capital expenditure of Rs.25,000 crore for the current fiscal.
  • The MoU includes various targets to be achieved by Powergrid during 2018-19.

India at 11th Spot in AT Kearney FDI Confidence Index 2018, USA Tops

India’s Neeraj Goyat Is WBC Asia Boxer Of The Year

Google Grants $3 Million for E-Learning, Teachers in India

  • Google’s philanthropic arm Google.org announced $3 million in grants for teacher training and educational content creation in India.
  • The organization committed $1 million to TheTeacherApp to help them reach 5,00,000 teachers in two years, besides a $2-million grant and technical assistance from YouTube to the Central Square Foundation.

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