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TNPSC Current Affairs November 2016, 1

TNPSC Current Affairs 2016 November 1

1. Andhra Pradesh and Telangana topped for Ease of Doing Business

As per he latest report  Andhra Pradesh and Telangana has topped the list of 2016 in India for ease of Doing business.

World bank said that four of the seven state which topped in top ten has the lowest income, and all the seven state had implementation rate of over 75 Per cent. While Tamil Nadu slips from previous rank of 12th to 18th rank now.

As per implementation Chhattisgarh has topped with 97.32% followed with Madhy Pradesh 97.01 Per cent.

This report which submit by states and union territories are reviewed by World bank and Central Government's DIPP (Department of Industrial policy and promotion).

2. India-Nepal Joint Military Exercise - Surya Kiran Series Kicks off.

To Boost the defence of both India and Nepal commenced their 10th Joint Military Exercise at Army Battle School, Saljhandi in Nepal. 

This exercise has scheduled from 31st October to 13 Nov 2016 with emphasis on counter terrorism in mountainous terrain. 

About Surya Kiran:

Surya Kiran Series of exercise are conducted annually , alternatively in Nepal and India. 2016 Surya Kiran Exercise is kicked off in Nepal. The foremost aim of this exercise is battalion level Joint training to emphasis on counter terrorism in mountainous terrain and Disaster Management also been included.

This Exercise will enhance defence co-operation and relations between the two nations.  It is a platform for the contingent of both India and Nepal to share their experience and gain mutually. It will be yet another step towards taking traditional friendship between the two nations to greater heights.

3. EPFO has decided to Settle PF Claims for death cases within a week.

EPFO (Employees Provident Fund Organisation)  has decided to to reduce the Provident fund (PF) claim after death within a week.

Early the claim time was 20 day, due to various complaints raised against PF delay EPFO has decided to reduce the settle time within seven days.

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