Current Affairs One Liners of the day: 10 January 2018

Jan 10, 2018 17:24 IST

10 January 2018: Today's one liner covers the important current happenings that are relevant to competitive exams in short. It will benfit you to see through all the latest current events in quick time. Today, this Current Affairs segment has covered Overseas Parliamentary Conference, common card for traveling in bus & metro, flag made from plastic, cotton buds banned etc.

  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the first Overseas Parliamentary Conference of Overseas Indian in the city - New Delhi
  • Recently popular musician AR Rahman was appointed the brand ambassador of the state- Sikkim
  • The Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has unveiled the official logo of her state- W.Bengal
  • A country which has become the first country to legalize equal pay for men and women – Iceland
  • Recently, the state government has started a common card for traveling in bus, metro – Delhi
  • It is compulsory to teach about this famous historical Shaiv Acharya in Madhya Pradesh schools - Adi Shankaracharya
  • The Indian government has banned this type of flag to be used – flag made from plastic
  • Presiding over India's navy power demonstration, Defense Minister Nirmala Sirmarna recently rode on the battleship - INS Kolkata
  • The country which recently banned cotton buds – England
  • He has recently been appointed as the General Manager of the Board of Control of Cricket in India - Saba Karim
  • The country where the first transporter Walkway Glass Bridge was started with special effects - China

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