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Current Affairs – August 22, 2020 [Evening Headlines]

Here are the Current Affairs Evening Headlines of August 22, 2020 by Current Affairs Today: Hallmarking of precious metals mandatory from June 1, 2021 The Central government has set a deadline for mandatory compliance with hallmarking of precious metals at 1st June next year. This was announced by Consumer Affairs Minister while launching the online Read More…

Current Affairs – August 22, 2020 [Morning Headlines]

Here are the Current Affairs Morning Headlines of August 22, 2020 by Current Affairs Today: EC issues guidelines for upcoming General elections, bye-elections Guidelines for the upcoming General Elections and bye-elections in various states and union territories were issued by the election commission with the focus on the pandemic. It mandated strict compliance to norms Read More…

Current Affairs – August 22, 2020 [Top Headlines]

Here are top Current Affairs of August 22, 2020 INDIA Abhijit Paul’s ‘Am I’ wins first prize in Online Patriotic Short Film Contest organised by Ministry Of Information and Broadcasting & NFDC (National Film Development Corporation) NHAI launches ‘Harit Path’ mobile app to monitor plantation along national highways ECONOMY & CORPORATE Megha Engineering & Infrastructure Read More…

Current Affairs – August 21, 2020 [Evening Headlines]

Here are the Current Affairs Evening Headlines of August 21, 2020 by Current Affairs Today: Labour Bureau to soon get statutory powers Necessary provisions in codes and rules will be ensured by the labour ministry to give statutory power to the labour bureau so that it can become a one-point of information for all labour Read More…

Current Affairs – August 21, 2020 [Morning Headlines]

Here are the Current Affairs Morning Headlines of August 21, 2020 by Current Affairs Today: Centre to offer 50% salary for three months as unemployment allowance for ESIC members The industrial workers, who are the members of the Employees State Insurance Corporation and have lost their jobs amid the pandemic, will be offered 50% of Read More…