30-31.03.19 Goa (Goa PSC) Current Affairs

INTERNATIONAL World’s longest salt cave found in Israel   Israeli cave explorers discovered the cave named Malham, the world’s longest salt cavewith striking stalactites near the Dead Sea. Previously, Iran’s N3 cave held the record. Malham Cave: The cave named Malham is stretched over 10 km.It runs through Mount Sodom, Israel’s largest mountain, and spills out to the southwest corner of the adjacent Dead … Read more

29.03.19 Goa (Goa PSC) Current Affairs

INTERNATIONAL India, Australia to hold a joint exercise on maritime security from 2 April   India and Australia are set to further deepen defence and strategic relationship with the third edition of the biennial, bilateral exercise AUSINDEX 19 from April 2 to April 16 at Vishakhapatnam.   The upcoming exercise will focus on anti-submarine warfare … Read more

30-31.03.19 (RPSC) Rajasthan Daily Current Affairs

RAJASTHAN Rajasthan Day was celebrated on 30th March   Rajasthan Day is celebrated every year on March 30to commemorate the day on which the state of Rajasthan came into existence. Rajasthan, earlier known as Rajputana, came into existence on March 30, 1949. Rajasthan Day commemorates the valour, strong will power and sacrifice of the people of Rajasthan. Before Independence, Rajasthan was comprised … Read more

29.03.19 (RPSC) Rajasthan Daily Current Affairs

RAJASTHAN Rajasthan defers closure of Gang Canal for repair   The Rajasthan Government has deferred the closure of the Gang Canal for carrying out repair works due to the lack of funds.   The move also ensures the supply of tonnes of fresh vegetables that were transported from Sriganganagar to Abohar and Fazilka.   Notably, … Read more

28.03.19 Goa (Goa PSC) Current Affairs

  INTERNATIONAL Pakistan approves the proposal to open Sharda Peeth corridor   The Pakistan government approved a proposal to establish a corridor that will allow Hindu pilgrims from India to visit Sharda Peeth.   It is an ancient Hindu temple and cultural site in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir.   The Sharda Peeth corridor, when opened, will be … Read more

28.03.19 (RPSC) Rajasthan Daily Current Affairs

RAJASTHAN Some key customs of Rajasthan   Nangal – The ceremony of inauguration of the newly built house is called Nangal.   Janeu practice– There is practice of putting Janeu on children in Brahman caste. It is is also called Yaghopavit.   Sati Practice – The practice of Sati was prevalent in bygone  era in … Read more

27.03.19 (RPSC) Rajasthan Daily Current Affairs

RAJASTHAN New crop loans to farmers after Aadhaar-based certification   In a policy decision, the cooperative department of Rajasthan has decided to provide new crop loans to farmers only after the Aadhaar based certification through digital marketing register (DMR).   The online process, in which the loan payment will be made to the farmers through … Read more

27.03.19 Goa (Goa PSC) Current Affairs

GOA GoaMiles to offer options to disabled travellers   Accessible holiday specialist Enable Travel along with wheelchair taxi service Ezy Mov has tied up with Goa Tourism Development Corporation (GTDC)’s app-based cab service GoaMiles to provide safe and reliable transport options to travellers to the state. The three will work towards making travel around the state hassle-free. They will … Read more

26.03.19 (RPSC) Rajasthan Daily Current Affairs

RAJASTHAN Transport dept to change ticket checking system to curb losses   In order to curb revenue leakage and generate profits, the state transport department will change the ongoing ticket checking system, use e-governance, employee behaviour and renovation of bus stands.   In order to curb revenue leakage change will be made in the ongoing … Read more

26.03.19 Goa (Goa PSC) Current Affairs

GOA Mining, unemployment likely to influence voting in S Goa   Mining issue, slow-paced development, increasing rate of unemployment and the recent ‘changing of camps’ in state politics could be the important factors.   “The governments, both at the Centre and here in Goa have constantly promised jobs to our children, who are educated. Some have … Read more

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