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    Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched Urja Ganga, the highly ambitious gas pipeline project in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh. He also launched other schemes worth of Rs 5000 crore in his Lok Sabha constituency. Gas pipeline would provide piped cooking fuel to… (187 more words) …

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    Election Commission of India (ECI) has modified the Conduct of Election Rules, 1961 to allow the e-transfer of postal ballot. New rules empower a returning officer in any constituency to send postal ballots to an eligible voter by electronic means.… (143 more words) …

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    India’s school education system was found to be under-performing in terms of quality in female literacy compared to its neighboring countries including Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Nepal. This study was released by International Commission on Financing Global Education Opportunity (or Education… (329 more words) …

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    ISRO (Indian Space Research Organsiation) has started a series of ground and aerial tests linked to the dangerous Moon landing of Chandrayaan-2. These tests were started from ISRO’s new site at Challakere in Chitradurga district from Bengaluru.

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    World Meteorological Organization’s (WMO) reported record levels of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions the atmosphere. In 2016 globally averaged concentration of CO2 in the atmosphere reached to 400 parts per million (ppm) for the first time.

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    United Nations Day is observed on October 24th universally. United Nations Day is a part of United Nations week. This day came into force on 24th October 1945 through Resolution 2782 of United Nations General Assembly.

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