14.02.18 West Bengal(WBPSC) Current Affairs

WEST BENGAL   Bengal first to opt out of Modi’s healthcare plan   Bengal has become the first state to opt out of the ambitious National Health Protection Scheme unveiled in the Union Budget — and dubbed ‘Modicare’ — with chief minister Mamata Banerjee announcing on Tuesday that the state will not “waste” its hard-earned resources … Read more

14.02.18 (RPSC) Rajasthan Current Affairs

RAJASTHAN Highlights of the Rajasthan budget 2018   Royalty exempted to carry out mining in many areas. Zero belt mining policy will be promoted.   GST will be reduced on Kota stone   Tax relief of Rs 650 crore given in the budget   No new taxes imposed in the current budget   District Lease … Read more

09.02.18 West Bengal(WBPSC) Current Affairs

WEST BENGAL Review of Kolkata Metro route extensions only after 2020   Much progress is unlikely on Metro projects in Kolkata or the suburbs that are not already under way till 2020, sources in the ministry of railways said. The ministry will evaluate the progress of the ongoing projects after 2020 and then decide on … Read more

09.02.18 (RPSC) Rajasthan Current Affairs

RAJASTHAN Rajasthan gears up to fight child mortality with new vaccine   The state is getting ready for a new vaccine for preventing mortalities among under-5 children. Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine (PCV) has been included in Universal Immunization Programme(UIP) in the state. About 4.6 lakh children will be benefited in a year in selected nine districts, which have highest … Read more

31.01.18 (RPSC) Rajasthan Current Affairs

RAJASTHAN ·        State plans startup exposure programme for students The state information technology and communications department plans to implement a ‘student startup exposure programme’ to help promote startups by college students.   The programme is aimed at increasing the chances of success of startups and will focus on exposure based skill-building to help entrepreneurs become … Read more

31.01.18 West Bengal(WBPSC) Current Affairs

WEST BENGAL   Bengali literature readership declining in both Bengal and Bangladesh: Shankha Ghosh   The readership of Bengali literature has been steadily declining in both West Bengal and Bangladesh, with students turning their back on writings in the language, Jnanpith awardee poet Sankha Ghosh said.   About the present situation of Bengali literature, renowned author Sanjib Chattopadhyay said writers should stop … Read more

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