Daily General Knowledge Current Affairs 17 January 2016

Daily General Knowledge Current Affairs 17 January 2016

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Syed Mushtaq Ali trophy

180 days of maternity leave for women government employees in surrogacy cases?

Teams has won the 2016 Premier Badminton League (PBL)?

Oscar award for technical achievement?

The 19th edition of National Conference on e-Governance

Company has launched India’s first social mobile wallet ‘Udio’?

Named as the new CEO of Tata Motors?

Appointed as the new executive director of Green peace India?

Start-up Action Plan, how many years of tax holiday is provided to start-up companies on their profits?

Giriputrika Kalyana Pathakam Scheme is launched by which state?

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Recently, Uttar Pradesh team has clinched Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 Trophy with a thumping 38- run win over two-time champions Baroda in the final under lights at the Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai.




Maharashtra has become the first state in the country where women employees in government jobs can avail up to 180 days maternity leave, while having a baby through surrogacy.



Delhi Acers team won against Mumbai Rockets in the summit clash to clinch the revamped Premier Badminton League (PBL) title. The season was held from 2–17 January 2016. This is second edition of the Premier Badminton League. The second edition was renamed from the Indian Badminton League to the Premier Badminton League.



Rahul Thakkar, the Person of Indian Origin (PIO), has won the 2016 Scientific and Technical achievement award given by Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, famously known as Oscar Awards. He will share the honour with Richard Chuang for “ground breaking design” of the DreamWorks Animation Media Review System.



The 19th edition of National Conference on e-Governance has started in Nagpur, Maharashtra. This edition of conference has been organised by Department of Administrative Reforms and Public Grievances (DARPG) in in association with the Government of Maharashtra.



The leading digital payments company, TranServ has launched ‘Udio’ India’s first Social Mobile Wallet. The Udio Wallet integrates a social, community-driven aspect with anytime, anywhere accessibility to digital P2P (peer-to-peer) transactions via its secure and seamless payment structure, creating a ubiquitous ecosystem for both consumers and brands.



Tata Motors has appointed Guenter Butschek as chief executive and managing director of all its operations in the country and international markets. Butschek, formerly with Airbus, the world’s second largest aircraft manufacturer, will succeed Karl Slym at Tata Motors, who passed away in January 2014. Butschek was chief operating officer at Airbus before he quit in December 2014.



The noted environmentalist Ravi Chellam has been appointed as the executive director of Green peace India. He has succeeded Samit Aich, who had resigned in June 2015 following an internal review of the organisation’s handling of two sexual harassment cases. Chellam is a wildlife biologist and conservation scientist by training.



To give boost to the start-up companies in India, the union government announced Start-up Action Plan. Under the plan, Start-up profits to be tax-free for 3 years and also no labour inspections for 3 years of launch of the venture. Tax exemption to be provided on capital gains if money is invested in another start up.



Andhra Pradesh Government has launched Giriputrika Kalyana Pathakam Scheme to support the tribal women in their quest for livelihood. The scheme seeks to reduce rampant infant mortality and child marriages among tribal people. The scheme is designed to provide a onetime financial assistance of 50,000 rupees to each tribal woman who gets married.

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