Page-2 of Current Affairs - January, 2012

Current Affairs- January 2012

Click Here to View Current Affairs of 2011 Current Affairs : January 1, 2012 Welcome 2012 Important scheduled Events of 2012 Samoa and Tokelau are the first to toast in 2012 PM identifies 5 Key challenges for India in 2012 Rajasthan: Doctors call off strike Earthquake in Japan: Nigeria: 50 people killed in violence Syria: ..

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63rd Republic Day Awards 2012

Results of the competitive performance of Marching Contingent from three Services, Marching Contingent from Para-Military Forces and Tableaux from various States/ Ministries/Departments and School Children items from schools of Delhi as well as outside Delhi that participated in the Republic Day Parade, 2012 are as under:- Best marching contingent among the three services: Indian Air ..

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Private sector investment in Inland Waterway Transport to speedup

The PM has pioneered a move to speedup the growth and usage of Inland Waterways Transport involving the private sector and Public Sector Undertakings. The go-ahead will harness potential of inland waterways in transporting bulk cargo like coal, fly ash, Over Dimensional Cargo, fertilizers, food grains, project cargo and containers at competitory cost for the ..

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Conflict b/w UIDAI and NPR resolved

To end the conflict b/w the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) and National Population Register, a Cabinet Committee has worked out a halfway house which will lead in the Biometric Data of all residents of India being captured by June 2013. Permission and additional finances of 5,791 crore have been granted to UIDAI to ..

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G-4 ingeminates call for UNSC expansion

India and three other member countries of the G-4 emphasised the need for expansion of the UN Security Council (UNSC) membership in both permanent and non-permanent categories and improving upon the working methods of the UNSC. India, in this regard made a Joint introductory statement on behalf of the G-4 countries (Brazil, Germany, India and ..

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