WEEKLY UPSC CURRENT AFFAIRS 2017 (May 07 - May 13)

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Now find the whole week’s current events for UPSC Current Affairs in one place and make your own current affairs notes for IAS Exam at ease.

The segment provides most important current events from 07 May to 13 May 2017. Below listed are the events in the news that will help the candidates to revise and remember the important news and events for UPSC Current Affairs.

May 13

  • No mutual consent in triple talaq, observes CJI Justice JS Khehar
  • Issue fresh licences for meat traders: HC
  • Rajnath Singh to States: Ensure comfortable environment for Kashmiris
  • India-Pakistan ties may slide further: U.S. intelligence
  • India’s first uterus transplants soon
  • India to learn from London transport
  • GST to herald a new era in federalism: RBI
  • Revised data shows IIP growing faster, WPI easing
  • Cyberattacks using leaked NSA hacking tool affect 12 nations

May 05

  • SC refuses plea to make Hindi compulsory in school
  • CIC seeks details of action against former CJI
  • India, U.K. to cooperate on deportation
  • U.S., Germany slam India for new funding norms
  • Multi-modal transport policy on the anvil
  • Swachh Survekshan 2017: Indore is cleanest city

May 12

  • Dalits, Adivasis, Muslims worst off, says Indian Exclusion Report
  • Govt. regulator gives nod for GM mustard
  • Centre to release new series of IIP, WPI data
  • Boost for defence manufacturers
  • Voluntary unemployment rising: Debroy
  • Ahmedabad gets air quality monitors to battle pollution

May 11

  • Funds to parties: Govt. may amend FCRA again
  • Supreme Court plans to go paperless
  • EC to hold all-party meet on EVMs
  • Recourse to ICJ ‘carefully considered’
  • Rajasthan to launch action plans for reducing infant mortality
  • After coronary stents, cap on prices of other devices likely
  • Multidrug-resistant TB will rise in India, says new study
  • Rail regulator to define performance standards

May 10

  • Disclose foreign funds, MHA tells political parties
  • Netherlands backs India’s bid for permanent seat in UN security council
  • Despite CPEC, our stand on Kashmir unchanged, says China
  • NITI Aayog shelves A.P. port project
  • Tax processed foods: FSSAI panel
  • ‘Primitive hominids lived alongside modern humans’
  • ‘Tallest bridge built can withstand blasts’

May 09

  • Act tough against Maoists, States told
  • China offers to rename OBOR to allay India’s fears
  • NITI Aayog urges labour reforms
  • ‘India can play great role in peace efforts’
  • Centre to raise with U.S. non-tariff barriers
  • Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary hitches wagon to star tortoises
  • Push for private sector in defence production

May 08

  • Defence pay hike from May
  • Space for all: South Asia satellite launch a positive signal to the neighbourhood
  • Japan pitches for Chabahar port
  • This time with feeling: RBI’s new power must be accompanied by wider reform
  • ADB eyes Delhi as regional hub
  • Time for a digital Indian Rupee 

May 07

  • ‘Debate over triple talaq stems from ignorance’
  • Farakka barrage not to blame for Bihar floods: Uma
  • U.S. keen to expand Malabar exercise to include Australia
  • Focus on cold chain for safety of vaccines
  • Plateful of pain
  • Japan’s men-only island up for World Heritage status
  • ‘Quality of water has improved’
  • NASA missions on solar system

 

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