Page-4 of Current Affairs - January, 2014

NALSA launched free legal service clinics across the country

National Legal Services Authority (NALSA) launched the 2648 village legal service clinics across the country. The Chief Justice of India, P.Sathasivam inaugurated the free legal clinics in New Delhi. As per the regulation, NALSA will set up village legal services clinics in one village in each Taluk of the country. These village legal services clinics ..

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Dr. Tej Vir Singh won the UNWTO Ulysses Prize for the Creation and Dissemination of Knowledge

Professor Dr. Tej Vir Singh won the 2013 UNWTO Ulysses Prize for Excellence in the Creation and Dissemination of Knowledge in Madrid, Spain. About Professor Dr. Tej Vir Singh Belong to Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh. Established the CTRD in 1976, a Non-Government Organization (NGO) devoted to the cause of tourism academics and research, with a special ..

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GOI launched National Waterway-4 project in Chennai

The Central Government launched the project for the development of the stretch of 37 km of the National Waterway-four (NW-4) between Sholinganallur to Kalpakkam in South Buckingham Canal in Tamil Nadu. Main components of the project: To search and excavate for developing navigational channel, construct three terminals and navigational locks, replace the one existing bridge ..

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M.S.Dhoni became the first captain to play in four tied O.D.I.s

Indian cricket team captain MS Dhoni became the first captain to be involved in four One-Day Internationals (ODIs) ties. This feat was achieved by him as India tied the third ODI against New Zealand in Auckland on January 25, 2014. The last three tied matches played by Indian captain MS Dhoni  ICC World Cup 2011 ..

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Australia Open 2014: Stanislas Wawrinka won the Men’s title

Switzerland’s Stanislas Wawrinka won his first Grand Slam title with victory over an injury-hit Rafael Nadal in the Australian Open final. He defeated Rafael Nadal by 6-3, 6-2, 3-6, 6-3 in Melbourne. By this victory, he became the second Swiss man to win a Grand Slam singles title after 17-time champion Roger Federer. The other ..

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