7th December 2017 Current Affairs in Hindi, Today GK Questions
- 7th December 2017 Current Affairs in Hindi, Today GK Questions
- 1. UP the first state to implement the triple talaq as offence
- 2. Fifth Bi-Monetary Policy Statement keeps the repo rate unchanged
- 3. World Hockey League, India beats Belgium
- 4. Sushil Kumar Resigns as the National Sports Observer
- 5. Yuvraj Singh becomes the part of UNICEF-ICC’s campaign ‘Adolescent’
1. UP the first state to implement the triple talaq as offence
- The UP CM Yogi Aditya Nath has started endorsing the center bill for the Triple Talaq.
- The state has also approved the bill after which it will be implemented soon in December only.
- Now the triple talaq is a criminal offense in the state according to which the criminal will be sent to 3years of jail for non bail-able period.
2. Fifth Bi-Monetary Policy Statement keeps the repo rate unchanged
- The Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) has done the assessment of the current and evolving macroeconomic situation according to which the decision has been taken to keep the policy repo rate under the Liquidity Adjustment Facility (LAF) at 6%.
3. World Hockey League, India beats Belgium
- So far the Belgian has been a very strong team however the India showed up them their failure in the quarter finals.
- The India has now advanced in the game towards finals.
4. Sushil Kumar Resigns as the National Sports Observer
- The double Olympic Medalist Sushil Kumar has submitted his resignation for the role he was assigned.
- Just a few days back the boxer MC Mary Kom had also submitted her resignation from the same post.
- Along with them 10 other national observers were appointed by the former Sports Minister Vijay Goel in March.
- Current Sports Minister is Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore.
5. Yuvraj Singh becomes the part of UNICEF-ICC’s campaign ‘Adolescent’
- The campaign is the initiative by the UNICEF for the youngster in South Asia.
- The player launched the Power of Sports where he joined the under 19 players from the Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Afghanistan.