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TOP CURRENT AFFAIRS 14TH DECEMBER 2018 FOR COMPETITIVE EXAMS

  Introduction: This post deals with the top current affairs of  14th December 2018, These are fully analyzed and every single detail is provided with the exam point of view, All you need to do is go through it and try to read between the lines so that you can come out with your own opinion.

TOP CURRENT AFFAIRS 14TH DECEMBER 2018 FOR COMPETITIVE EXAMS



National Energy Conservation Day
·         National Energy Conservation Day is celebrated on 14th December annually in India.
·     The Energy Conservation Act was enacted in 2001 towards making of regulations to reduce energy use.
·         The Act was executed by Bureau of Energy Efficiency/
·        Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE)
Ø It’s a statutory body
Ø Came into force in  March 2002
Ø Ministry- Ministry of Power

Ramphal Pawar appointed as director of NCRB
·        Ramphal Pawar is appointed as director of National Crime Records Bureau.
·        National Crime Records Bureau-
Ø Its an Indian Govt. agency responsible for collecting and analyzing crime.
Ø Headquarter: New Delhi
Ø Founded: 11March 1986
Ø Parent Department: Ministry of Home Affairs
Ø Motto: Empowering Indian Police with Information Technology

President will lay the foundation stone  of Kevadia Railway station
·    President Ram Nath Kovind will lay the foundation stone of Kevadia Railway station at Narmada, Gujarat.
·       Notably, Statue of Unity has also built in Narmada, Gujarat.

P.M has launched MSME Support & Outreach Programme
·   P.M Narendra Modi has launched a support & outreach programme for the Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises sector.
·    P.M has launched 12 key initiatives which will help in the growth, expansion & facilitation of MSMEs across the country.

Sri Lanka’s P.M Mahinda Rajpaksa will resign
·        Sri Lanka’s P.M Mahinda Rajpaksa will resign from his post on 15th December 2018.

Nepal Govt. has banned Indian currency notes of above 100rs.
·        The Nepal Govt. has banned Indian currency notes of above 100 rs. in the country
·        This move will affect the Indian tourist to Nepal.




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