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Wednesday, October 18

TNPSC Daily Current Affairs - October 18, 2017 - TNPSC Current Affairs - www.TNPSCGURU.in2017

TNPSC Current Affairs - October 2017 by TNPSC Guru

1.North east monsoon expected to set by October end. 
According to Chennai meteorology, there will be delay in North east monsoon and will expected to set by October end. This will bring more rainfall to Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, Andhra Pradesh.

2.Orange renewable bags 200 MW wind project in TN. 
Singapore based AT Holdings Pte. Ltd, Orange Renewable has bagged a 200 MW wind project in Tamil Nadu. It has bid a lowest price of Rs 6.24 per unit in the auction for wind energy.
The wind project will come up in Thoothukudi Tamil Nadu.

3.Tamil Nadu to sign with JICA for metro phase 2 project
The Phase I metro project of Tamil Nadu has nearing its completion. Tamil Nadu Government is planning to sign pact with Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) for the Metro Rail Phase II. 

4.Sawfish more endangered than tigers and Elephants.
Central Mairne fishers research Institute said that Sawfish are most endangered fish species in India. It was included in Schedule I of the Indian Wildlife protection act 1972 to avoid exploitation.

The sawfish family also enlisted  in International Union for Conservation of Nature Global Red List, due to its high extinction risk. 

5.All India Institute of Ayurveda dedicated to Nation.
Prime Minsiter Narendra Modi dedicated All India Institute of Ayurveda to the Country at Delhi. It is an apex institute under ministry of Ayush.

6.“Somudra Avijan” Bangladesh Navy ship on a goodwill visit
Bangladesh Navy Ship “Somudra Avijan”  arrived Vishakhapatnam on a Goodwill Visit to the Eastern Naval Command.

7.AIADMK celebrates 46th founding day.

The All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam’s (AIADMK)  has celebrated it 46th foundation day. It was founded by former Tamil Nadu Chief minister MG Ramachandran in 1972.

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