24th May 2018 Current Affairs GK in English

24th May 2018 Current Affairs GK in English

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1. Netherlands PM Mark Rutte begins India visit today

Major Highlights:

  • The Prime Minister of Netherlands, Mark Rutte is on a two day visit to India.
  • The visit aims to boost economic and political cooperation between both the countries with several agreements to be signed after negotiations.
  • Both Prime Ministers will also address India-Dutch CEOs forum in New Delhi.
  • Netherlands, the 5th largest investor in India is also home to a 2 lakh 35 thousand Indian diaspora.
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2. NITI Aayog, ABB India signs pact

Major Highlights:

  • The NITI Ayog and ABB India has signed pact to for latest technologies that includes robotics and artificial intelligence (AI).
  • The NITI Aayog and ABB will work with government ministries for bringing industrial automation, and digitalization technologies.
  • The first workshop for senior government officials under this collaboration would be organised in June in Bengaluru.
3. India moves to 44th rank in IMD’s competitiveness rankings

Major Highlights:

  • In the annual rankings compiled by International Institute for Management Development (IMD) India has moved one step higher and now placed at 44th place for its competitiveness.
  • In the list, India ranked the 12th most competitive economy out of the 14 Asian countries.
  • The US became the most competitive company globally and stood on first place in terms of economic performance and infrastructure.
  • Among top 5 countries, others were Hong Kong, Singapore, Hong Kong and Singapore.
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4. Prime Minister Modi chairs 26th Pragati interaction

Major Highlights:

  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi chairs the twenty-sixth interaction through PRAGATI for handling the reviews of progress.
  • The PRAGATI reviews nine infrastructure projects in Railways, Road, Petroleum and Power sectors.
5. AB de Villiers retires from international cricket

Major Highlights:

  • The South African batsman AB de Villiers announced his decision to retire from international cricket with immediate effect.
  • The cricketer made his debut for South Africa in 2004 and played 123 Tests, 228 ODIs, and 78 T20Is.

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