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Current Affairs One Liners of the day: 4 October 2017

Oct 4, 2017 17:20 IST
Current Affairs One Liners of the day: 4 October 2017

4 October 2017: The one liner of 4 October covers important current happenings that are relevant to competitive exams. The day’s one liners cover important happenings like GES 2017, Third National Wildlife Action Plan and Government reduces central excise duty on Petrol and Diesel prices among others.

• This state has sought Rs 2000 Cr from the centre to stop paddy straw burning - Punjab

• This state has topped all others by building 3.52 lakh toilet units in 17 days – Uttar Pradesh

• The eighth annual Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES) 2017 will be held in this Indian city - Hyderabad

• This leader will be leading the US Delegation at the GES 2017 that is scheduled to be held in India in November 2017- Ivanka Trump

• The Catalonia region is planning to declare independence from this country – Spain

• The Union Government has reduced central excise duty on Petrol and Diesel by - Rs 2 per litre

• India is going to surpass this nation as the fastest-growing oil market in Asia - China

• India has unveiled the third action plan for conservation of - Wildlife

• This Indian transportation body has extended the benefit of service charge exemption on tickets booked online till March 2018 - IRCTC

• This Indian cricketer retained his number one spot in the latest ICC ODI batting rankings list – Virat Kohli

• Dungarpur has become the first open defecation free tribe district of this state - Rajasthan

• Jan Raksha yatra has been launched in this Indian state- Kerala

• The army, CRPF and Special Operations Group (SOG) have launched a massive cordon and search operation (CASO) in this state - Jammu and Kashmir

• This country has diverted 10 billion cubic meters of water to arid north region in a massive project - China

• The United States of America has expelled 15 diplomats belonging to this nation in protest of the country’s failure in protecting staff at the US embassy there - Cuba

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