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Tuesday, October 31

TNPSC Daily Current Affairs - October 31, 2017 - TNPSC Current Affairs - www.TNPSCGURU.in2017

TNPSC Current Affairs - October 2017 by TNPSC Guru

1.India, Italy signed six new Agreements. 
India and Italy has signed six new agreements to boost cooperation in railways, energy sector. It was taken place after  detail discussion between Indian Prime Minister Modi and visiting Italian Prime Minister Paola Geniloni.

2.India and World Bank sign $200 Million to boost Assam’s Agribusiness 
India singed $200 Million Loan Agreement with World Bank for the Assam’s Agribusiness and Rural Transformation project.
It will help Assam to enhance Agri-business investment, increase productivity of Agriculture and access to market , also helps small farm holders produce crops which is resilient to natural disasters.

 3.Earthquake resistance concrete to be use in Schools of Uttarakhand. 
Scientists are planning to add fibre-reinforced concrete treatment to the school building in Uttarakhand mainly in earthquake prone areas. The fibre-reinforced concrete can intensely enhance the earthquake resistance of seismically vulnerable structures.
Fibre reinforced concrete was developed by Researchers from the university of British Columbia , Canada 

4.Researcher found the oldest recorded solar eclipse.
Researchers from Cambridge University have pinpointed the oldest date of solar eclipse occur on October 30 1207 BC. They found with the help of bible text and an ancient Egyptian text.

5.Sahitya Award winner  Melanmai Ponnusamy died. 
Sahitya Award winner Tamil writer Melanmai Ponnusamy passes away at the age of 66. He won the Sahitya Akademi award for his short story collection “Minsara Poo” in 2008. 

6.Vigilance Awareness Week, 2017

Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu inaugurated the Vigilance Awareness Week, 2017 on October 30 with the theme “My Vision-Corruption-free India”.

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