Current Affairs for 3 December 2015

Vijay Kumar Choudhary appointed as Speaker of Bihar Legislative Assembly

  • Vijay Kumar Choudhary appointed as Speaker of Bihar Legislative Assembly on 01st December 2015. He is senior leader of Janta Dal United (JDU).


GIAN Scheme launched by Govt. of India

  • GIAN Scheme launched by Govt. of India on 01st December 2015 with the aim to boost the higher education in the country. The scheme launched by HRD Minister Smriti Irani.

Maharashtra is the biggest State economy in India

  • According to the Brickwork Report, released on 01st December 2015, Maharashtra is the biggest State economy in India followed by Tamil Nadu and Uttar Pradesh.

Tata Sons Limited signed an agreement with ICBC

  • Tata Sons Limited signed an agreement with Industrial and Commercial Bank of China Limited on 02nd December 2015. ICBC established its branch in Mumbai in the year 2011 for the purpose of corporate banking and also for the trade finance services.

International Day of the Abolition of Slavery observed on 02nd December 2015

  • International Day of the Abolition of Slavery observed on 02nd December 2015 with the aim to elimination of human trafficking and child labour also.

Thakur Anoop Singh won Gold Medal in 7th World Bodybuilding and Physique Championship

  • Thakur Anoop Singh of India won Gold Medal in 7th World Bodybuilding and Physique Championship on 28th November 2015. In this championship, India won 11 medals held in Bangkok, Thailand.

Delhi Development Authority awarded with E-India Award

  • Delhi Development Authority awarded with E-India Award on 01st December 2015 for serve the public well with using the resources through mobile applications.

L. Subramaniam awarded with ITC Sangeet Samman

  • L. Subramaniam awarded with ITC Sangeet Samman on 01st December 2015. Earlier, he was awarded with Lifetime Achievement Award by Limca Book of Records in 2012 and Padma Bhushan in 2001.

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