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06 February 2018 Current Events India successfully tests nuclear-capable Short Range Ballistic Missile(SRBM) Agni-1
India has successfully tested nuclear-capable surface-to-surface Short Range Ballistic Missile (SRBM) Agni-1 with a strike range of over 700 km from a test range on Tuesday. The test was conducted from Abdul Kalam island off the coast of Orissa. According to reports, the test was conducted by the Strategic Forces Command (SFC) of Indian Army with logistic support from the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) for a range of about 900 km.

Child kidnapped from Delhi School bus rescued, 1 kidnapper shot dead

A 5-year-old child was rescued by Delhi Police. The child was abducted on 25th January from Shahdara, Delhi. There was a shootout by the Police and one of the two kidnappers was killed on the spot. The other is seriously injured. The child was kidnapped from a packed school bus in the morning which had 20 other students inside it.


Common Syringe used in UP's Unnao, 21 affected with HIV

21 people were affected with HIV in Unnao, Uttar Pradesh, after the use of same injections. A case has been registered against a quack who used the common syringe for administering an injection. According to reports, the matter came to light when the health department launched an investigation to check the growing number of HIV cases in the area.


India successfully tests nuclear-capable Short Range Ballistic Missile(SRBM) Agni-1
India has successfully tested nuclear-capable surface-to-surface Short Range Ballistic Missile (SRBM) Agni-1 with a strike range of over 700 km from a test range on Tuesday. The test was conducted from Abdul Kalam island off the coast of Orissa. According to reports, the test was conducted by the Strategic Forces Command (SFC) of Indian Army with logistic support from the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) for a range of about 900 km.
Child kidnapped from Delhi School bus rescued, 1 kidnapper shot dead

A 5-year-old child was rescued by Delhi Police. The child was abducted on 25th January from Shahdara, Delhi. There was a shootout by the Police and one of the two kidnappers was killed on the spot. The other is seriously injured. The child was kidnapped from a packed school bus in the morning which had 20 other students inside it.

Common Syringe used in UP's Unnao, 21 affected with HIV

21 people were affected with HIV in Unnao, Uttar Pradesh, after the use of same injections. A case has been registered against a quack who used the common syringe for administering an injection. According to reports, the matter came to light when the health department launched an investigation to check the growing number of HIV cases in the area.




FAQs and Answers on Indian History and Geography
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Which States Share Boundaries with Pakistan? There are four states that share a border with Pakistan, namely, Jammu and Kashmir, Punjab, Rajasthan, and Gujarat. The India Pakistan Border is quite intriguing. Since India has installed 1,50,000 flood lights on… Read More...
Which Places in India Still Largely Speak Sanskrit?Sanskrit is considered as Dev Bhasha, the language of Gods. It has a history of around 3500 years. It used to be a primary language of ancient India. Its earliest form Vedic Sanskrit, was prevalent from 1500 500 BCE. However, it is fading… Read More...



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