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#Latest Current Affairs 01st February 2019 2 February 2019

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Union ministers laud “progressive, visionary” Interim Budget: Several Union ministers have lauded the Union Budget terming it as progressive, visionary and dynamic.

Delhi’s air quality continues to be ‘very poor’: Delhi’s air quality was recorded in the ‘very poor category’ for the second consecutive day due to a drop in wind speed, authorities said Thursday.

Interim Budget 2019: Highlights: Finance Minister Piyush Goyal presented the Interim Budget for 2019-20 in Parliament on Friday.

Venezuela’s Guido hails “international coalition” of support: Venezuela’s self-proclaimed interim president Juan Guido on Wednesday (January 30) hailed an “international coalition” of support for elections in the country, following a telephone call with U.S. President Donald Trump.

Europe launches sanctions-busting Iran payment vehicle: Britain, France, and Germany on Thursday launched a trade mechanism to bypass US sanctions on Iran, drawing praise from Tehran — and a warning from Washington.

Polar Vortex kills 12, disrupts flights in the midwest US: A blast of icy polar air brought dangerously low temperatures to the U.S. Midwest on Wednesday, causing at least three more deaths while halting mail delivery and forcing residents who pride themselves on their winter hardiness to huddle indoors.

Interim Budget 2019: Rs 6,000 per year cash support to small and marginal farmers: The government on Friday announced Rs 6,000 per year cash support to small and marginal farmers that will cost the exchequer Rs 75,000 crore annually, in a bid to provide relief to the distressed farm sector.

Interim Budget 2019: Will the power sector’s expectations are met?: The Indian solar energy sector has several expectations from the upcoming union budget.

Mithali Raj becomes the first woman to play 200 ODI matches: Cricketer Mithali Raj made us proud yet again as she became the first woman to play 200 matches in the one-day international format when she played in Hamilton against New Zealand on Friday.

Global sea level may be rising faster than previously thought: Scientists: Scientists have warned that the global sea level may be rising faster than previously thought.

Sleep deprivation may increase Alzheimer’s risk: Study: Researchers of the Washington University of the US say sleep deprivation may increase the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease as it raises the tau proteins levels in the brain.


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