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Current Affairs 23 January 2018 – Headlines

  • As per international rights group Oxfam reports, richest 1% in India held 73% wealth generated in India in 2017.
  • The Raipur Municipal Corporation in Chhattisgarh organized a three-day festival which is India’s first garbage festival, Kachra Mahotsav 2018.
  • Supreme Court judge Justice L Nageswara Rao said that nowadays respect for layers in decreased and we should increase our quality in the profession.
  • Former Delhi CM Sheila Dikshit said that she was in plans to resign from her position in 2012 but after the Nirbhaya gangrape case she really wanted to stay.
  • To ferry security personnel, the Home Ministry sanctioned nearly ₹110 crore to hire Air India planes between their homes and remote areas like Jammu and Kashmir.

Current Affairs Today – Current Affairs 23 January 2018

Rajput women ‘Swabhimaan’ rally with swords to ban ‘Padmaavat’

Today's Current Affairs

200 Rajput women from Rajasthan’s Chittorgarh marched a ‘Swabhimaan’rally with swords and they demanding the film ‘Padmaavat’ should ban all over the country or give permission to end their lives. These women pass this message to President, Prime Minister, Rajasthan Governor, and Chief Minister.

Women groups from AIDWA burnt the effigy of RGV 

Today's Current Affairs

Women groups motivated by the All India Democratic Women Association (AIDWA) burnt the image of Ram Gopal Varma (RGV) in Visakhapatnam by complaining about his upcoming short film ‘God, Sex and Truth’. RGV is going to release this film on 26th January.

Om Prakash Rawat appointed as Chief Election Commissioner

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Election Commissioner Om Prakash Rawat appointed as the new Chief Election Commissioner from January 23 and he is gonna replace retired CEC Achal Kumar Joti. The law minister said that meanwhile former Finance Secretary Ashok Lavasa was appointed as Election Commissioner.

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan felicitated at Rashtrapati Bhawan

Daily Current Affairs

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and other 11 women honored with ‘First Ladies’ awards. This is an initiative to honour women who set a milestone in their respective fields. These awards are given by the President Ram Nath Kovind at Rashtrapati Bhawan.

Which industry pays more tax in India?

Current Affairs Today

New York University professor Aswath Damodaran analysis India’s steel sector is taxed the highest among all industries in India. This sector pays 43% of profits.

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