Hello friends here are current affairs 26 December 2017 with quickly updated information on latest happenings from all over the India. Here we present current affairs for candidates in summarized form to go through all information quickly.
UP Government and South Korea Signed MoU
In order to enhance cooperation in the field of tourism, skill development, culture and farming, Yogi Adityanath led Uttar Pradesh Government has signed an MoU with South Korea. Similarly an agreement was also signed in 2000 for the development of Ayodhya and Gimhae as sister cities, following which a memorial was constructed in Ayodhya. Now it attracts huge number of tourists from all over the world.
First Ever AC Local Train of India Started in Mumbai
India’s first ever AC local train has been started in Mumbai on the eve of Christmas. It is a 12 coach AC train services that will run from Borivali to Churchgate and vice versa. The train has two coaches reserved for ladies which are attached at start and at last position. It is also fitted with automatic doors. The services of AC local train will replace existing 12 Non AC services.
China has opened World’s tallest and longest glass bridge for public to see and feel the experience of walking on a bridge with glass floor through which one can look down. The bridge was opened on this Sunday. Below are the specifications and other related details of the World’s longest and tallest bridge.
Environment Ministry Launches Pilot Project Blue Flag for Beach Clean-up
With an aim to improve the standards of cleaning and basic amenities at beaches, government’s Environment Ministry has launched a pilot project named as Blue Flag. “Blue Flag” is the kind of certification provided by Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE) after a beach, Marina or sustainable boating tourism operator, meets its stringent standards.
Capital city of Karnataka Bengaluru has become first city of India to have its own logo. The logo was launched by state government to build an image of city at international level and to give boost to tourism sector in the city. It was launched in the presence of IT-BT and tourism minister Priyank Kharge.
South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC) has launched Atal Jan Aahar Yojna on the 93rd birthday of former Prime minister of India Sh. Atal Bihari Vajpayee. The aim of the scheme is to provide good quality food to poor and unprivileged people of Delhi at very less price which can be afforded by everyone.