Economy & Banking Current Affairs

Economy, Banking and Finance Current Affairs 2020-2021 covers all Current Affairs related to Indian Economy, Finance, Agriculture, Industry and Banking Sector. These updates are suitable for every competitive exam of India.

Ratle Hydropower Project

The Union Cabinet recently approved the Ratle Hydropower Project of 850 MW. The cabinet has nodded to an investment of Rs 5,281.94 crores in the project. The project is located in River Chenab. About the Ratle Hydropower Project It is a joint venture of Jammu and Kashmir State Power Development Corporation and National Hydroelectric power ..

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Regulatory Compliance Portal lunched by DPIIT

The Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT) recently launched a regulatory compliance portal. The portal is to act as a bridge between the industries, citizens and the government in minimising burdensome compliances. About the Portal It is the first central online repository portal for all state and central level compliances. The portal ..

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Avalokana Software launched in Karnataka

The Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa recently launched Avalokana software. The software will enable the state government to access data on expenditures and sanctions incurred on 1,800 programmes. Avolokana software It is a transparent e-governance tool that will provide Assembly constituency wise release of government grants and allocations to different government programmes. This will ..

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Kamalam: Gujarat renames Dragon Fruit

The Gujarat Government is to patent the Dragon Fruit in the name of “Kamalam”. Kamalam is also the name of the BJP state party headquarters in Gujarat. Dragon Fruit The Dragon fruit is a cactus variety fruit. It is widely cultivated in South east Asia, United States, Australia, India, Caribbean islands and Mesoamerica. The total ..

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Malaysia’s 3.7 billion USD package

The Malaysian Government recently unveiled 3.7 billion USD package to help the economy recover from impacts of COVID-19. The package amounts to 1.1% of GDP of Malaysia. The package was announced as the country struggled to curb its third wave of COVID-19 infections. About the package The 3.7 billion USD package of Malaysia includes cash ..

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