29-30.06.19 Telangana (TSPSC) Daily Current Affairs

TELANGANA Telangana government dispatches 80,000 Class 2, 7 Telugu books to schools   Students of Class II and Class VII studying at non-Telugu medium private schools including 500 schools under CBSE, ICSE, IB and Cambridge boards, will get new Telugu textbooks.   The Telangana government’s press wing has already printed 80,000 new textbooks and dispatched them to … Read more 29-30.06.19 Telangana (TSPSC) Daily Current Affairs

29-30.06.19 Rajasthan [RPSC] Current Affairs

RAJASTHAN Rajasthan govt releases funds for first English medium school   Rajasthan government released the budget for the newly opened Mahatma Gandhi Rajkiya Vidhyalay, Rajasthan’s first English medium government school.   The Bikaner directorate of education had issued orders to open one English-medium school till Class VIII in every district headquarters which will operate in … Read more 29-30.06.19 Rajasthan [RPSC] Current Affairs

27.06.19 Rajasthan [RPSC] Current Affairs

RAJASTHAN Rajasthan government banned e cigarettes in the State   Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot announced the banned on thesale of e-cigarettes in Rajasthan. Gehlot issued the order on the occasion of World No Tobacco Day on May 31. The government had banned the online or offline sale, storage, production, distribution, and advertisement of e-cigarettesin the state. The … Read more 27.06.19 Rajasthan [RPSC] Current Affairs

26.06.19 Telangana (TSPSC) Daily Current Affairs

TELANGANA With Rs 2,000 crore government dues, Telangana solar power firms in doldrums   Although the state government has been claiming that Telangana is one of the top solar power generating states in the country, many solar power firms are in financial doldrums due to non-payment of bills of over Rs 2,000 crore by Telangana State Transmission Corporation (TS Transco) … Read more 26.06.19 Telangana (TSPSC) Daily Current Affairs

25.06.19 Telangana (TSPSC) Daily Current Affairs

TELANGANA ·         Telangana borrowed Rs 3k crore less than sanctioned state development loans ð  Telangana’s fiscal discipline was in full evidence as the state has borrowed lesser quantum of loans from the central government than it was entitled to. ð  Telangana borrowed Rs 3,000 crore less of state development loans (SDLs) permitted by the union government for the … Read more 25.06.19 Telangana (TSPSC) Daily Current Affairs

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