1 October, 2017 Current Affairs Capsule

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Current Affairs Capsule Highlights

  • India opens two border crossing points with Myanmar, Bangladesh
  • Government approved development of Harohalli industrial park in Karnataka
  • Madhya Pradesh launches ‘Single Click Pension Delivery’ scheme
  • Burqa ban comes into effect in Austria
  • Turkey opens military training base in Somalia capital
  • Government rolled out ‘ARPAN Version 3.0’ for Defence Security Corps

India opens two border crossing points with Myanmar, Bangladesh

India has opened two immigration check posts along the borders with Myanmar and Bangladesh, a reflection of its growing closeness with the two eastern neighbours. India shares a 1,643-km-long border with Myanmar which touches Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Manipur and Mizoram.

Government approved development of Harohalli industrial park in Karnataka

The Centre has given its green light to the combined development of Harohalli industrial zone in Ramnagara district of Karnataka entailing an investment of Rs 1,561 crore, a government official said.The Karnataka Industrial Areas Development Board (KIADB)’s proposal is to build a multi-product industrial park in about 904.86 hectares.

Madhya Pradesh launches ‘Single Click Pension Delivery’ scheme

Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Sunday launched ‘Single Click Pension Delivery’ scheme, wherein the money will go directly into the account of the beneficiaries. More than 35 lakh people of the state will be benefitted from this move.

Burqa ban comes into effect in Austria

Muslim women in Austria were forced by police to remove their facial coverings on Sunday, as an anti-burqa law came into effect. The so-called ‘burqa ban’ prohibits facial coverings including niqabs and burqas, and also places restrictions on surgical masks, ski masks and clown make-up worn in public.

Turkey opens military training base in Somalia capital

The Turkish government has opened a military training base, its largest in Africa, in the Somali capital, Mogadishu. The Turkish chief of staff Gen. Hulusi Akar and Somali Prime Minister Hassan Ali Khaire inaugurated the newly-constructed facility on Saturday.

Government rolled out ‘ARPAN Version 3.0’ for Defence Security Corps

Defence Security Corps personnel now have a software ‘ARPAN’ which shall ease personal documentation and all issues related to their progression. The ARPAN software consisting of seven modules facilitates end to end human resource, financial management of Junior Commissioned Officers and Other Ranks with major functional advantages of timely processing of postings, promotions, release of salary, publication of personal occurrences and processing of pension has been rolled out by DCOAS (IS &T) for the Defence Security Corps.

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