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Major News and Events of 12 June 2018

What Happened on 12 June 2018

WHO praised India for decline in its Maternal Mortality Rate by 77%

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has applauded India's efforts in reducing its Maternal Mortality Rate by 77%. The MMR of India declines from 556 per 10000 live births in 1990 to 130 per 10000 live births in 2016. This growth has put the country on track towards achieving Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) target of MMR below 70 by 2030.

Rail Ministry launches Rail MADAD App to redress passenger grievances

The Rail Ministry has launched Rail MADAD (Mobile Application for Desired Assistance During travel) Application for speedy redressal of passenger grievances under the Union Government's Digital India Scheme. This app is multifunctional. From displaying several helpline numbers and direct calling facility for immediate assistance to the filing of complaints by both online as well as offline methods, it registers the complaints of the passengers with fewer inputs.

FAQs and Answers on Indian History and Geography
Which Are The Worst Polluted Indian Cities? India for years has been striving to improve its air quality in urban areas, which takes a massive toll on the health of millions of its residents. Every year, a number of its cities… Read More...
Which state of India has given maximum number of Indian cricket captains? The state of Maharashtra has seen the maximum number of players went onto represent India. Maharashtra has been a home to many famous Bollywood celebrities but this state… Read More...
Which State Has Given the Highest Number of Prime Ministers? Uttar Pradesh has given India the maximum number of Prime Ministers. There have been 14 Prime Ministers of the country so far, and eight of them have been from Uttar Pradesh… Read More...

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