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Top Current Affairs 09 January 2014

  • current-Affairs1The birth anniversary of Har Gobind Khorana (Indian American biochemist and Nobel prize 1968 winner in Physiology / Medicine) was observed today.
  • President Pranab Mukherjee is on a five-day visit to West Bengal and the Andaman and Nicobar Islands from Today.
  • ‘Gramvani’ – a radio-over-phone platform in rural hinterland of Bihar and Jharkhand aims to set a perfect example of technology leading to social change, more specifically eliminate the social evil of child marriage.
  • Former Karnataka CM B S Yeddyurappa formally rejoins BJP.
  • Union Cabinet approves recommendation to increase 10,000 MBBS seats.
  • The union cabinet Thursday approved the National Youth Policy 2014, which focuses on education, skill development, employment, entrepreneurship and health.
  • Nearly 4,500 calls received on Day 1 of anti-corruption helpline introduced by Delhi govt, helpline staff to be doubled by tomorrow.

Science and Technology

  • Canadian health officials have confirmed the first known fatal case of the H5N1 avian influenza strain in North America.
  • The International Space Station will operate for an additional four years, or until 2024, the NASA anounced.
  • The Election Commission has decided not to pursue its proposed tie-up with internet giant Google after concerns over national security were raised from several quarters, including major parties. Earlier the Google has made a formal presentation to the Election Commission proposing a tie-up with it for voter facilitation services ahead of Lok Sabha elections.
  • The Department of Telecom plans to continue with Rs. 50 crore as upper penalty limit for operators for any violation of licence conditions, even as it is working on new rules to rationalise such fines.
  • The union cabinet Thursday approved refunding Rs.11,258.48 crore to MTNL and BSNL which the two state-run telecom firms had paid for fourth generation (4G) spectrum in the 2010 auction.
  • The government Thursday introduced a comprehensive regulatory framework for television rating agencies in India. TAM (Television Audience Measurement) to be given 30 days to comply with new guidelines that have been approved by cabinet.
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