Current Affairs for 3rd November 2018
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Kirloskar group got RBI’s nod for NBFC biz
- Kirloskar Capital has received a licence from the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to start a Non-Banking Financial Company (NBFC).
- Kirloskar Capital is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Kirloskar Oil Engines (KOEL).
- It will be headed by Vimal Bhandari.
- Prior to joining Kirloskar Capital, Vimal Bhandari was the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Indostar Capital.
Tourist Police & Suraksha App launched
- The Arunachal Pradesh Police launched the ‘Arunachal Pradesh Tourist Police’ and the ‘Arunachal Suraksha App’ to help the citizens during emergencies.
- The mobile app, first of its kind for the state police, would help users to find the nearest police stations and the contact details.
- It has also the capacity to send SOS message to emergency contacts.
INS Viraat to become a floating museum
- The Maharashtra Cabinet approved the conversion of decommissioned carrier INS Viraat into a floating museum on 2 November 2018.
- The carrier will be housed on a concrete foundation near Nivati Rocks in Sindhudurg in Konkan region of Maharashtra.
- The project will be implemented through public-private-partnership (PPP).
- INS Viraat was decommissioned in March 2017.
India and Japan signed a Loan Agreement
- India and Japan signed a loan agreement for the construction of the Turga Pumped Storage in West Bengal on 2 November 2018.
- The Project will strengthen the capability to respond to the fluctuation in supply and demand of power.
- It will also improve the stability of the power supply.
- This will contribute to the Industrial Development and Living Standard Improvement in West Bengal.