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Tut2learn’s Important events 2018 section is a compilation of recent current events. This Important events 2018 section is updated almost daily. Tut2learn publishes relevant fact based Current events almost daily basis. This Important events 2018 section helps you to keep a watch on current happenings and may be useful for Important events 2018 part of IBPS Banking, SSC-CGL, Bank Clerical, UPSC, TNPSC, MPSC and other all competitive examinations.



Capitation fee is illegal in educational institutions

In a historic judgement, the Supreme Court on Monday ruled that demand of capitation fee by educational institutions is illegal. The apex court held that the education sector must run on ‘no-profit-no-loss’ basis and commercialization and exploitation of the sector won’t be allowed.  The court also sought governments intervention in the sector to promote merit

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SBI cuts home loan rates by 5 bps

State bank of India has reduced its home loan rate by 5 bps to 9.40%. The revision in the rate follows reduction in the one-year marginal cost of funds-based lending rate to 9.15% from 9.20%. Similarly, auto loan rate will be 9.75% lower by 5 bps. Women borrowers will get an additional discount of 5

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BCCI nominates Kohli for Khel Ratna Award, Rahane for Arjuna Award

The Cricket board BCCI has nominated Test captain Virat Kohli for the nation’s biggest sporting honour, the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award. Also, Indian batsman Ajinkya Rahane has been nominated for the Arjuna award. If Kohli gets the award, he will become the third cricketer after Tendulkar (1997-98) and Dhoni (2007-08) to be bestowed with

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First human head transplant!

An Italian surgeon Dr Canavero claims he is ready to perform the first full human head transplant and he already has a volunteer. Experts have debunked his claims and insist that the operation is still many year from reality. According to Canavero, the operation will be a 36-hour procedure involving 150 people, including doctors, nurses,

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Sachin joins Salman, Bindra as Rio ambassador

Cricketing legend Sachin Tendulkar has joined Olympic shooting champion Abhinav Bindra and Bollywood superstar Salman Khan as India’s goodwill ambassador for the 2016 Rio Olympics. Reportedly, the Indian Olympic Association had also requested music composer AR Rahman to become one of the India’s brand ambassadors for Rio Olympics but Rahman is yet to confirm.

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US rejected Indian products citing adulteration

MoS for Commerce and Industry, Nirmala Sitharaman on Monday said that over the past 5 years, the US health regulator has refused entry of 12012 Indian products citing reasons including adulteration and misbranding. She added that the government has taken steps to tighten rules regarding labeling and pre-export inspection. The minister said that standards and

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Largest violet diamond found!

A violet diamond, one of the rarest gems in the world,  has been found at Australia’s remote Argyle Mine. The largest-of-its-kind,  the germ originally weighed 9.17 carats and had etchings, pits, and crevices. Named as Argyle Violet, the diamond has now been polished down to an oval shaped gem weighing 2.83 carats. Argyle mine is

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Indian origin startup acquired by Google

Google acquired a teach start-up Synergyse, founded by an Indian-origin entrepreneur, Varun Malhotra s part of its plans to teach Google Apps to its users. The Toronoto-based start-up, launched in 2014, aims to teach users on using Google Apps. No financial details have been disclosed by the firms. The Google Apps including Gmail, Calendar, Drive

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Haryana cops to get a weekly off

Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar has announced that policemen in the state will be entitled to a weekly off. He also said that in order to reduce pressure on the policemen, the government will soon be filling up half of the 12000 vacancies in the state police. So far the cops were not entitled

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J&K government moves SC seeking exemption from NEET

The Jammu and Kashmir government plans to move the Supreme Court requesting to exempt the state from the National eligibility cum entrance Test (NEET). The government argues that they want to continue their own established process of recruiting students to medical courses. They said considering the state’s  special status, it should be exempted from the

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