Page-5 of Current Affairs - February, 2019
Over 150 houses, built by India under the Indian Housing Project in Sri Lanka were handed over to beneficiaries. The houses were handed over in a special ceremony at Bridwell Estate in Bogawantalawa, Hatton. The ceremony was attended by Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe and Indian High Commissioner to Sri Lanks Taranjit Singh Sandhu. Indian ..
The GST council has decided to slash the tax rate on under-construction residential properties and the affordable housing projects category. Decision of GST council The GST council has reduced the GST rate for under construction from the present 12 per cent to 5 per cent. The GST rate for affordable housing category is now 1 ..
Union Minister for Earth Sciences, Dr Harsh Vardhan inaugurated Atal Bhavan, the new campus of Centre for Marine Living Resources and Ecology (CMLRE), at Puthuvype, Cochin, in Kerala. Centre for Marine Living Resources & Ecology The Centre for Marine Living Resources & Ecology (CMLRE) under the Ministry of Earth Science is organizing, coordinating and promoting ocean ..
Topics: Atal Bhavan • Centre for Marine Living Resources and Ecology • CMLRE • EEZ • Exclusive Economic Zone • Kerala • Marine Living Resources • Marine Living Resources Programme • Sagar Sampada • Sagar Sampada Cell • Union Minister for Earth Sciences
Union Minister for Chemicals and Fertilizers D V Sadananda Gowda inaugurated the centre of the Central Institute of Plastic Engineering and Technology (CIPET) in Tripura. The CIPET in Tripura would produce 1500 skilled workers per annum. Central Institute of Plastic Engineering and Technology The Central Institute of Plastics Engineering & Technology (CIPET) was established in 1968 with the ..
Category: Places in News Current Affairs
Topics: Central Institute of Plastic Engineering and Technology • CIPET • Plastics Engineering & Technology • Tripura • UNDP • Union Minister for Chemicals and Fertilizers • United Nations Development Programme
A major fire has broken out in the Bandipur Tiger Reserve and National Park in Chamarajanagar District of Karnataka. Hundreds of acres of forest area have been destroyed in the fire and the fire has even spread to the core area. Due to the fire at the core area, huge damage and loss to the wildlife are expected. The strong winds are ..
Category: Environment Current Affairs
Topics: Bandipur National Park • Bandipur Tiger Reserve • Chamarajanagar • Gopalaswamy Betta • Karnataka • Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve • river Kabini • River Moyar • River Nugu • Venugopala Wildlife Park