Home National International Important Days Awards Sports Appointments Defence Summits Rank and Reports Books and Authors Banking State News Current Affairs in English Current Affairs in Hindi Miscellaneous


Today Important Current Affairs in English [ 03 January 2020 ] | Today's News Headlines

Today Important Current Affairs in English [ 03 January 2020 ] | Today's News Headlines

This Current Affairs is Important For Your next government exams as well as competitive exams Like UPSC, SSC, Banking, GPSC, MPSC, HPSC, RPSC, KPSC, HPPSC, IBPS, PCS, CLAT, IAS, SSC-CGL, Railway Competitive Exams.

Today Important Current Affairs One liner in English
03/01/2020 :

The 5th Ice Hockey Association of India (IHAI) National Ice Hockey Championship -2020 has begun in Leh, Ladakh. 

Prime Minister Narendra Modi dedicates Five DRDO Young Scientists Laboratories to the nation. 

Palau has become the first nation in the world to ban sun cream which damages coral reefs and other sea life. 

VK Yadav take charges as Railway Board Chairman for one more year.

Hyderabad’s B Sai Deepak sets Guinness World Record for most side lunges.

Odisha govt launches online platform to digitalise Odisha Gazette.

DMRC awards 1st civil contract for Tughlakabad-Aerocity corridor.

G Babita Rayudu takes charge as Sebi's executive director.

Indian Railways launches integrated helpline number 139 for passengers.

Reliance launches its online grocery platform JioMart.

ECI launches online system to let new parties track status of registration applications.

India records highest number of babies born globally on New Year’s Day: UNICEF.

Nepal launches Visit Nepal Year 2020 to boost tourism.

Chief Executive Officer of Khelo India Games has announced that “Lawn bowls” and “cycling” will be included in the 3rd edition of Khelo India Games.

UNICEF Report: More than 1,70,000 violations against Children.

Former Guinea-Bissau Prime Minister Umaro Cissoko Embalo has been elected president after winning a run-off vote against another ex-prime minister. 

The Ministry of Agriculture on December 31, 2019, announced that the sowing area of rabi crops have increased by 36 lakh hectares. 

Kerala becomes first state to pass anti-CAA resolution.

Union Ministry of Science and Technology have awarded Swarna Jayanti Fellowships to 14 scientists to pursue basic research in frontier areas of science and technology.

RBI launches ‘MANI’ app to help visually challenged persons to identify denomination of notes.

Download Now