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Current Affairs – August 27, 2020 [Evening Headlines]

Here are the Current Affairs Evening Headlines of August 27, 2020 by GKToday: Defence Minister launches app for online training of NCC cadets In view of the restrictions imposed to contain COVID-19 spread, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh launched a mobile app called ‘DGNCC’ to provide online training of NCC cadets in the country. DRDO sets ..

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Current Affairs – August 27, 2020 [Morning Headlines]

Here are the Current Affairs Morning Headlines of August 27, 2020 by GKToday: NITI Aayog to launch NDC – TIA India Component India Component of the National Determined Contributions – Transport Initiative for Asia (NDC-TIA) is to be virtually launched by NITI Aayog today. The NDC-TIA India Component will establish a multi-stakeholder dialogue platform for ..

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Current Affairs – August 27, 2020 [Top Headlines]

Here are top Current Affairs of August 27, 2020 INDIA Culture Ministry creates 7 new circles of Archaeological Survey of India at Trichy (TN), Raiganj (West Bengal), Rajkot (Gujarat), Jabalpur (MP), Jhansi (UP) and Meerut (UP) Centre frames draft policy on data privacy under Digital Health Mission; comments sought till Sept 3 Rajasthan: Union Health ..

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Current Affairs – August 26, 2020 [Evening Headlines]

Here are the Current Affairs Evening Headlines of August 26, 2020 by GKToday: ‘Kiran’ helpline to be launched to address mental health issues amid pandemic Due to the growing prevalence of mental health issues caused by the coronavirus outbreak, the Social Justice and Empowerment Ministry announced that it would launch a toll free helpline, Kiran. ..

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Current Affairs – August 26, 2020 [Morning Headlines]

Here are the Current Affairs Morning Headlines of August 26, 2020 by GKToday: RBI projects India’s overall growth rate at negative 4.5% for 2020-21 In its recently released annual report, the apex bank forecasted India’s growth rate at negative 4.5% for 2020-21. It also expects headline inflation, which is estimated to remain high in the ..

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