Daily CURRENT AFFAIRS 27 DECEMBER 2017
- VIJAY RUPANI TAKES OATH AS THE CHIEF MINISTER IN GANDHINAGAR ON TUESDAY
19th Member Vijay Rupani ministry sworn in Gujarat, Gandhinagar on December 26.
Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani along with his 19 Cabinet colleagues took the oath of office and secrecy on Tuesday in presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) National President Amit Shah and the chief ministers of the BJP and allies-ruled states in Gandhinagar.
- BENGALURU BECAME THE FIRST CITY TO OWN ITS OWN LOGO
Bengaluru was selected from 1,350 entries, the logo aims to signify Bengaluru’s cosmopolitan culture, a sense of belonging, 480-year history and futuristic outlook.
- A TOOL CALLED CLINICAL DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM (CDSS) FOR DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF PSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS HAS BEEN DEVELOPED
‘Virtual psychiatrist’ is effective in diagnosing mental disorders: study. It has been field tested in remote villages in Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Jammu & Kashmir.
- JAPAN’S CORE CONSUMER PRICE ROSE FOR THE 11th STRAIGHT MONTH
In Tokyo, Japan’s core consumer prices rose for the eleventh straight month and household spending jumped in November, offering the central bank some hope a steady economic recovery will gradually drive up inflation to its 2 per cent target.
- GAUTEMALA PRESIDENT TO MOVE CENTRAL AMERICAN EMBASSY TO JERUSALEM
The president of Guatemala says the Central American country will move its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem.
Business And Economy
- BSNL TO LAUNCH ITS 4G SERVICES FROM KERALA IN JANUARY
“We are going to start 4G from Kerala. That will be our first circle on 4G LTE. We will initially focus on those areas where 3G coverage is low,” BSNL Chairman and Managing Director Anupam Shrivastava.
- INDIA TO BECOME THE FIFTH LARGEST ECONOMY IN THE WORLD BY THE YEAR 2018
India looks set to leapfrog Britain and France next year to become the world’s fifth-largest economy in dollar terms, a report showed.The Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR) consultancies 2018 World Economic League Table painted an upbeat view of the global economy, boosted by cheap energy and technology prices.