Daily Current Affairs 05 & 06 Oct 2017

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Current Affairs 05, 06 Oct 2017

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05 Oct – World Tecaher’s Day

  • World Teacher’s Day is celebrated every year on 05 Oct 2017 since 1994.
  • World Teacher Day is also called as International Teacher’s Day.
  • The aim of Teacher’s Day to support teachers to ensure that Education needs of future generation can be fulfill by teachers.

06 Oct – World Smile Day

  • World Smile Day is celebrated every year on 1st Friday of October since 1999.
  • World Smile Day is initiated by Harvey Ball, first time celebrated in 1999.

Nobel Prize 2017 – for Chemistry is announced

  • Jacques Dubochet, Joachim Frank and Richard Henderson has awarded with The Nobel Prize 2017 in Chemistry.
  • They will jointly get this award for their excellent contribution in Biological Machinery 3D views.

NHAI has launched New Website & Mobile App

  • National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has launched new multi language website & a mobile app (Project Monitoring Information System -PMIS).
  • PMIS has launched to Monitoring the NHAI projects anywhere from your phone.

Athlete Deepa Malik – has awarded with ‘MG Mehta Human Spirit Award’

  • Deepa Malik is an Indian Athlete and who becomes the 1st women to win Silver Medal in Paralympic games.
  • She is honored with MG Mehta Human Spirit Award.

Govt extend ‘No Service Charge’ offer on Railway e-Tickets till 2018

  • Government has extended ‘No Service charge’ offer for booking Railway tickets online till March 2018.
  • Now the date has extended from Sep 30 to Match 2018.

Search Operation “CASO” launched in J&K

  • Indian Force has launched CASO search operation in north Jammu & Kashmir.

Points to Remember – 

  • CASO launched in J&K
  • Capital of J&K – Srinagar
  • CM of J&K – Mehbooba Mufti
  • J&K Governor : Narendra Nath Vohra

IRCTC partners with Mobikwik

  • IRCTC (online e-ticket booking portal) & Mobikwik (mobile payment wallet) becomes Partners.
  • Now, Customers will able to book railway ticket through IRCTC by using their Mobikwik wallet.

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