Current Affairs Capsule December Part 3

cHello everybody, today we will have the third installment of our current affair series. This December has been an eventful month and there were lots of important happenings in and around the world. So, here we go.

  1. 1000kg glide bomb successfully tested by DRDO. Glide bombs have winglets,, navigation and guidance systems. It can be dropped by jets and can travel a distance of 100km to hit the target. It also negates the effect of winds.
  2. GSLV ( Geostationary Satellite Launching Vehicle) III successfully launched by ISRO. This feat enables India to be amongst select countries to have achieved this kind of feat.
  3. Germany wins the hockey champions trophy for the year 2014.
  4. Anerood Jugnauth becomes the new Prime Minister of Mauritius.
  5. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe gets a third term after getting re-elected.
  6. Former PM A. B. Vajpayee and educationist Madan Mohan Malviya conferred with the highest civilian honour of the country, the Bharat Ratna.
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  7. Beji Caid Essebsi elected as the new president of Libya.
  8. K. Radhakrishnan, ISRO chief features in nature’s top ten researchers list.
  9. Rajinder Khanna becomes the chief of Indian intelligence agency RAW (Research and Analysis Wing).
  10. 22 Dec, birthday of S Ramanujan was celebrated as national mathematics day to honour great the mathematician.
  11. Atletico de Kolkata wins the inaugural Indian Super League (football) title. They defeated Kerala Blasters in the finals
  12. Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) got ratified on 24th December. ATT is a multilateral, legally binding agreement that establishes common standards for the international trade of conventional weapons and seeks to reduce the illicit arms trade.
  13. Nepal has signed an agreement with China to expand use of their currencies for border trade.
  14. Dilip Kumar bags the second Yash chopra memorial award.
  15. Raghubar Das becomes the first non tribal CM of Jharkhand.
  16. Nicaragua has set up an inter oceanic canal to rival Panama waterway.
  17. RBI has issued guidelines to exchange currency notes dated before 2005.
  18. Tashi and Nungshi Malik of India became the first siblings and the first twins in the world to scale the seven summits of seven continents. They had also scaled the mount Everest together in 2013.
With this we conclude December’s edition of current affairs, stay tuned to ssbcrack for further updates.
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