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There is also provision for tough deterrents in the form of Rs. This bill allows auction of mines, following a Supreme Court order cancelling allocation of over blocks after it termed process illegal.

This law gave police sweeping powers to arrest anyone for posting annoying or offensive comments online. NISH- stands for the National Institute of Speech and Hearing located at Thiruvananthapuram which has been elevated as the country's first university for disability studies and rehabilitation sciences.

Fabindia- the company which came in limelight recently over a CCTV camera controversy, which happened in one of its outlet in Goa. Glen Maxwell- the Australian batsman who hammered the second fastest hundred in cricket World Cup off 51 balls when he scored against Sri Lanka at Sydney.

The fastest record is 50 ball ton made in by Kevin O' Brien of Ireland.

Bangladesh- they defeated England by 15 runs to storm into the World Cup knock out stage for the first time where they will face India. Mahmudullah- he scored in the first World Cup ton by a Bangladesh batsman when he scored against England. Kumar Sangakara- he became the first player to hit four consecutive One Day internationals hundreds. He also became the first player to score four hundreds in a World Cup.

Saina Nehwal- she lost to reigning world champion from Spain Carolina Marin in the All England badminton singles final at Birmingham recently. Ireland — the country which was defeated by 8 wickets by India at the World Cup in which Shikhar Dhawan scored his century. MS Dhoni- he became the most successful captain of India at the World Cup when he led India to 12 matches which is one more than of 11 matches won under the captaincy of Kapil Dev.

Karun Nair- the Karnataka batsman who became the first batsman since Independence to score triple century in a Ranji Trophy final. Karnataka- they defeated Tamilnadu to win and retain the Ranji trophy cricket title and also become the second most successful team in Ranji Trophy after Mumbai.

Suresh Raina- he hit century in the India's last league match against Zimbabwe to help India win all its six league matches. Imran Tahir was adjudged man of the match while JP Duminy took a hat-trick. Mahela Jayawardene- the batsman from Sri Lanka who announced his retirement from One day international after playing in ODIs and scoring 12, runs which included 19 centuries.

Kumar Sangakkara- the batsman from Sri Lanka who announced his retirement from One day international after playing in ODIs and scoring 14, runs which included 25 centuries. The man of the match award was given to Josh Hazlewood for taking 4 wickets for just 35 runs.

He has played matches scored runs with 6 centuries and has also taken wickets. He has played matches scored runs. New Zealand- led by Martin Guptill's not out, the highest individual score in the history of the tournament, they crushed West Indies by runs to enter the semifinals of the ICC World Cup Rohit Sharma- he was adjudged man of the match for his runs off balls in the quarter final match against Bangladesh.

Karnataka- they defeated rest of India to retain the Irani Trophy in cricket. It became the second team after Mumbai to defend the Irani Cup.

They completed a domestic treble for the second time in a row after having won the Vijay Hazare and Ranji Trophy. Grant Elliot- the New Zealand batsman who was awarded the Man of the match for his gutsy 84 which helped his country to defeat South Africa in the semifinal of World Cup played at Auckland. Steve Smith- the Australian batsman who scored off 93 balls to propel his side to victory over India at the semifinal of World Cup at Sydney.

Australia- they defeated co-hosts New Zealand by seven wickets at Melbourne to win the fifth cricket World Cup title. Martin Guptill- the New Zealand opener who scored runs in the World Cup , the most in the tournament.

Mitchell Starc- the Australian bowler who along with Trent Boult of New Zealand were ranked the highest wicket takers in the World Cup with 22 wickets each. He was also declared man of the Tournament. Kumar Dharmasena- he became the first person to both play and umpire in a World Cup final.

The Sri Lankan player played in the final and umpired the final. Michael Clarke- the Australian winning captain of World Cup who announced his retirement from one day internationals on a high note. Saina Nehwal- she won the women's single title at the Indian Open super series badminton tournament in New Delhi recently.

She also became the first Indian woman to be ranked world No. Kidambi Srikanth- he won the men's single title at the Indian Open super series badminton tournament in New Delhi recently.

Daniel Vettori- the New Zealand left arm spinner announced his retirement from international cricket recently. He is the ninth player to take more than wickets in both Tests and ODIs. Autism or Autism Spectrum Disorders ASD affects the way the brain processes information and often prevents individuals from understanding what they see, hear and otherwise sense, resulting in difficulties in social relationships, communications and behavior.

Godzilla- he was recently appointed as resident and tourism ambassador for Tokyo's Shinjuku ward in an effort to lure tourists. Songkran- the most celebrated festival of the year which marks the start of Thailand's traditional New Year was celebrated recently. Asteroid the asteroid between Mars and Jupiter which orbits the Sun every 5.

Airbus- the French major aeroplanes manufacturer which has recently agreed to set up plant in India to manufacture helicopters, satellites and military transport planes. April 14th- this day was recently celebrated as World Matrimony Day. This will monitor the quality of air in major urban centres on a real time basis.

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The index will provide the current status of the level of pollution in a given city, with colour codes indicating air quality, ranging from dark green as 'good' to maroon as 'severe'. The Central Government began a massive immunization campaign to cover by all children who are either unvaccinated or only partially vaccinated against seven preventable diseases.

This will cover both residential and commercial real estate and will make it mandatory for builders developing a project exceeding 1, square metres to register with RERA before launching or even advertising a housing scheme. The new helpline would be an integration of the existing emergency numbers in India such as ,, and which can be retained as secondary numbers.

This is the Indian equivalent to the American all emergency number. CEPI- stands for Comprehensive Environmental Assessment of Industrial Clusters ranking system which has been revamped by the government recently setting aside the annual approval clause.

The government has now decided that the approval to operate will be valid for five years in case of most polluting red category units, 10 years for slightly less polluting orange category and the cleaner green category will require one time approval.

FAA- the Federal Aviation Administration of US which recently restored India's aviation safety ranking to the Category I status which means that domestic airlines can increase flights to that country and have new code shares with American carriers. Moody- the credit rating agency which upwardly revised the outlook on India's economy to 'positive' from 'stable'.

A 'positive' outlook implies that Moody's is more bullish about the Indian economy prospects than earlier and India is likely to grow faster than its peers over the medium term. Greenpeace India- the centre barred this organization from receiving foreign funds over allegation of working against India's economic progress and public interest. Airbus- the French major aero planes manufacturer which has recently agreed to set up plant in India to manufacture helicopters, satellites and military transport planes.

Apart from two senior most Supreme Court judges the NJAC will also have the law minister and two eminent jurists as members. The new law replaces the 22 year old collegiums system that kept the government out of the selection process for Supreme Court and high court judges. Net Neutrality- the system in which Internet service providers treat all traffic on their networks equally- the system in which users are able to access all websites at the same speed and cost without any preferential treatment to any website.

Sholay- the Bollywood classic starring Amitabh Bachchan and Dharmendra, which hit the theatres in Pakistan recently for the first time, 40years after its India release. Novak Djokovic- the world no. These awards are recognized as Oscars of Sports. Genzebe Dibaba- the Ethiopian middle and long distance runner who was awarded with Sportswoman of the Year award at the Laureus World Sports Awards in Shanghai recently. Bangladesh- they secured their first series win in the one day international against Pakistan.

Sania Mirza- she recently became the first Indian female tennis player to be ranked first and the third to be ranked world number one in doubles ranking of tennis. Leander Paes and Mahesh Bhupathi were the first two Indians to achieve this feat. Current Affairs - May International Affairs Pashupatinath- the famous temple of Shiva which was able to survive the major earthquake in Nepal. Conservatives- the party led by British Prime Minister David Cameron which came back to power with seats crossing the in the member House of Commons.

The Woman of Algiers version O - The painting masterpiece created by Picasso became the most expensive artworks to be sold at an auction when it was sold for Rs. It is a vibrant, cubist depiction of nude courtesans and is part of a 15 work series Picasso created in designated with the letters A to O.

Ponting Man- The sculpture by Alberto Giacometti became the most expensive sculpture to be sold at an auction when it was sold for Rs. It is a bronze figure depicting a skinny 5 foot high person with extended arms. National Affairs Prabhadevi- the famous temple of Mumbai which recently completed years.

It was built in by Shyam Nayak- wealthy member of Pathare Prabhu community. Weibo- the Chinese social media platform which is a cross between Twitter and Face book was in news recently after Prime Minister Narendra Modi made his debut in it. Future Retail- the Kishore Biyani controlled group which recently decided to merge its retail business with Sunil Mittal led Bharti Retail.

GST- stands for Goods and Services Tax which is a single national tax levied across the country on all goods and services. October 1, the deadline from which the government has decided to make speed governors-a speed limiting device mandatory for all new transport vehicle.

The governors will restrict the speed of commercial vehicles which have yellow number plates to less than 80kmph and to 60kmph for vehicles such as dumpers, tankers and school buses. Emergency vehicles such as ambulances, fire tenders and police vehicles have been exempted from the rule.

Namami Gange- The name of the flagship programme of the government, to integrate the efforts to clean and protect the Ganga in a comprehensive manner. The programme has a budget outlay of Rs. This programme was recently launched to accomplish the government's commitment to minorities.

Chhattisgarh Zinc Rice the first zinc bio fortified rice developed by scientists which is expected to play a crucial role in fighting malnutrition in tribal dominated Chhattisgarh. Mayweather- he defeated Manny Pacquiao in the famous bout to become the undisputed king of boxing.

Chelsea- they won their first Premier League title since Romeo Fernandes- he became the first Indian footballer to play professionally in Brazil after making his debut for top-flight club Atletico Paranaense. Jonathan Trott- the England batsman who recently announced his retirement from international cricket. Zimbabwe- the first Test playing nation which recently visited Pakistan for international matches since an attack on Sri Lanka's team bus six years ago.

Harbhajan Singh- he was recently recalled for India's test playing team after two years period for playing against Bangladesh. The top seed with 20 Grand Slam titles is now third on the list of women Grand Slam titles winners, two behind Steffi Graf and four behind Margaret Court. Barcelona- they defeated Juventus to win its fourth Champions League title in 10 years and became the only club to twice win three titles in a season-domestic league and cup and the top spot in Europe.

Sundaram Ravi- he became the first Indian umpire to be included in the International Cricket Council's Elite panel after 11 years. Venkataraghavan was the last umpire from the country to feature in it. Rahul Dravid- the legend cricketer who was recently named as coach of India's junior cricket team. The House of Hidden Mothers- the novel focused on late parenthood and surrogacy in the British Asian community written by British Indian writer and actor Meera Syal which was launched in London recently.

Apple Music- the new services announced by Apple which will stream music with a new subscription services that will allow users to stream songs, listen to playlists and connect with perfomers. Jurassic World- the new movie by Steven Spielberg which opened with a bang in its week on its way to the biggest box office opening ever worldwide.

It can fly at an altitude of 3, metres for 45 minutes to an hour at a stretch. Free hit- the hit given after no ball will be discontinued after the International Cricket Council's ICC ratification of the new One day International rules from July 5, The other key changes would be removal of batting power play and close catchers not being allowed in the first five overs.

Maggi- the noodles which faced ban across India after the samples of the product showed dangerously high levels of lead and the chemical flavour enhancer, Monosodium Glutamate MSG. Victorias- the famous horse drawn carriages used in Mumbai for joy rides which were recently declared completely illegal and declared to be withdrawn within a year by Bombay High Court.

Vermin- this stands for nuisance animal. The environment ministry recently announced based on the recommendations of the state government the ministry would notify a particular animal as vermin and once notified the states would be free to hunt these animals for a limited period of time.

Ken and Betwa- the two rivers which flow through Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh are going to be linked in the first phase of the ambitious river linking project. Housing for All- the NDA government's flagship project under which there is a plan to build two crore houses by Bandhan Bank- the proposed bank of microfinance major Bandhan which recently received the final approval from the Reserve Bank of India to begin a full-fledged banking services and will debut on August 23, June 25, this day marked the 40th anniversary of the imposing of Emergency in India.

Lifelines- the famous movie made on the life of Uttarakhand's Makar Singh, his economic hardships and his efforts to uplift his community has won several awards and become a teaching tool in universities across UK, US, Canada and Australia. The movie has been produced by Jane Dyson. Sports MS Dhoni- India's most successful cricket captain who became the only Indian to be featured on the Forbes magazine highest paid athletes in the world list, which is topped by American boxer Floyd Mayweather.

Shikhar Dhawan- he along with Murali Vijay scored centuries in the only Test match played against Bangladesh recently at Fatullah which ended in a draw. Sunil Chhetri- the prolific football striker who became the first Indian footballer to score 50 international goals. Guam- this country defeated India in the football World Cup qualifiers.

Mustafizur Rahman- the debutant fast bowler of Bangladesh who took five wickets which helped his country defeat India in the first one day international at Mirpur.

He also took six wickets in the second one day international in which India were defeated again. Mustafizur Rahman- he took 13 wickets in the India Bangladesh one day series and was awarded the Man-of-the-Series. His 13 wickets is the most by a bowler in the first three ODI's of career.

Suresh Raina- he was awarded the Man- of- the- Match in the third one day international in which India defeated Bangladesh. China, India and Russia are the three largest share holders taking a The bank is expected to finance infrastructure projects across Asia and will likely become operational by the end of the year.

Let's Move- the campaign launched in United States to fight childhood obesity. Mainau Declaration the declaration signed by Nobel laureates which call for action on climate change-the urgent need do limit global emissions and protect the climate which was signed at meet held at Lindau in Germany. TAPI- stands for Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India pipeline project which has been envisaged to take gas from Turkmenistan, which holds the world's fourth-largest natural gas reserves to India and Pakistan through Afghanistan.

Go Set a Watchman- the second novel of Harper Lee was released recently simultaneously in 70 countries by its publisher Harper Collins which published 2 million copies in the first print, the most preordered book in company's history. His earlier Pulitzer winning novel 'To Kill a Mockingbird" was published 50 years ago. One US dollar is worth 6. Windows the much awaited new operating system which was launched by Microsoft together in countries.

For the first time in Microsoft's history, Windows 10 is a free upgrade to users on Windows 7 and Windows 8- a sign of Microsoft bucking to the modern trend, started by both Apple and Google, of giving operating systems away for free. Tethys- the moon of the planet Saturn on whose surface NASA's spacecraft Cassini has spotted unexplained arc-shaped, reddish streaks. Aurora- it is a natural light display in the sky, predominantly seen in the high latitude regions. Astronomers recently discovered the first of this outside our solar system, around a brown dwarf star around 18 light years away from Earth, which is up to 10, times more powerful than any previously seen.

National Affairs Airtel- the company led by Sunil Mittal which recently became the third largest mobile operator in the world with million subscribers according to the data released by World Cellular information Service. It now stands behind china Mobile and Vodafone that have Dholpur Palace- the spectacular 19th century palace of Rajasthan which recently is news due to its ownership disputes.

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The Rs. This is the first comprehensive exercise to estimate India's rural poverty levels.

It concluded that the primary breadwinner in three of four households in rural India earns less than Rs. It defined rural households that spent Rs. As per SECC , It also found that in rural area The programme is part one of the PM's pet projects, national Policy for Skill Development and Entrepreneurship , which aims to equip India's youth with employability and entrepreneurial skills. The project aims to equip million Indians with skills by that would enable them to find jobs.

Microfinance company Bandhan Financial Services is one of the other two companies which were granted preliminary bank permits last year.

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These two will become the new banks to be set up in India after more than a decade as Yes Bank was the last bank to b set up in India's average real interest rate for the past five years is 4.

Komen- the cyclone which created a depression over parts of Bangladesh and killed many people in the eastern states of India. His fierce opponent Manny Pacquiao was ranked second and musician Katy Perry was ranked third. Nelson Piquet Jr- the Brazilian who recently became the first Formula E champion recently at London as the new electric series wrapped up its debut season with a race that had the crowd making more noise than the cars.

Ryan Harris- the veteran Australia fast bowler who announced his retirement from all forms of cricket recently after suffering a recurrence of the knee trouble that has plagued his career. Chile- they defeated Argentina to win the Copa America football tournament for the first time in the tournament's year history. Ajinkya Rahane- he was named as the captain of Indian cricket team to tour Zimbabwe.April 14th- this day was recently celebrated as World Matrimony Day.

The Sri Lankan player played in the final and umpired the final.

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