Current Affairs 30th April 2019

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Current Affairs 30th April 2019

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INTERNATIONAL

  1. Russia Successfully Tests World’s First Floating Nuclear Power Plant.

  -Russia has successfully tested the world’s first floating nuclear power plant, Akademik Lomonosov, a subsidiary of Rosatom nuclear corporation stated.

  1. Israel To Name Town In Golan Heights After Donald Trump.

  -Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has announced that he would name a new community in the Golan Heights after US President Donald Trump, who officially recognised the disputed area as Israeli territory.

  1. Indonesia Release Special Stamp On Theme of Ramayana.

  -Indonesia has released a special commemorative stamp on the theme of Ramayana to mark the 70th anniversary of the establishment of its diplomatic ties with India.

BANKING

  1. Government Raises Authorised Capital of Allahabad Bank To Rs 8,000 Crore.

  -State-owned Allahabad Bank stated that the government has increased its authorised capital government after consultation with the Reserve Bank of India increased the authorised capital of the bank.

  1. Deposits In Jan Dhan Accounts Are Set To Cross Rs 1 Lakh Crore Mark.

  -The total deposits in Jan Dhan Account are set to cross Rs 1 lakh crore soon. The scheme was launched on 28th August 2014 by the Modi-government with an aim to provide universal access to banking facilities to all households.

APPOINTMENTS

  1. Uday Kumar Varma Resigns From Assocham Secretary General Post.

  -Uday Kumar Varma, a former bureaucrat retired from the post of Secretary, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, resigned from the post of The Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry General.

SPORTS

  1. Bajrang Punia Wins Gold In Asian Wrestling Championship.

  -World number one Bajrang Punia won gold at Asian Wrestling Championship in China’s Xian. He defeated Kazakhstan’s Sayatbek Okassov in a nail-biting 65kg men’s freestyle final.