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Major News and Events of 28 February 2017

What Happened on 28 February 2017


ISSF World Cup: Jitu Rai Won Bronze Medal

As per reports, Ace pistol shooter Jitu Rai bagged the bronze medal in the 10m air pistol event for the third podium finish of India in ISSF World Cup. In the eight man final, Rai shot a total of 216.7 and finished the third on the podium.

Rai in an interview said that initially he was in doubt if he would be able to win. But as it started, he climbed the ladder one by one.

Mercedes-Benz E-Class Launched in India

The long-wheelbase (LWB) version of the E-Class was launched in India by German automaker Mercedes-Benz. The starting price of this car is 56.15 lakh. Among so many countries in the world, India is the only one that has got the right-hand drive version of the LWB E-Class.

The biggest selling point of this car is its class-leading rear legroom feature. The other features include all-four electronically operated seats, full-LED headlamps, 12.3-inch infotainment system, air suspension (diesel only), panoramic sunroof, 64-colour ambient lighting, etc.




FAQs and Answers on Indian History and Geography
Which state in India has its own constitution? Jammu and Kashmir is the only Indian state which has its own constitution. The constitution of Jammu and Kashmir, which was adopted on 17 November 1956 and came into effect on 26 January… Read More...
Which state in India is the largest producer of milk?India, which is well-known for its dairy products, is the largest producer of milk, second only to United States (in terms of cow milk). The country produces nearly 50 to 60 million tonnes of milk every year and currently contributes around 9.5 percent of the global… Read More...
Which Indian state has the maximum number of major ports? Nearly 7,500 km long Indian coastline makes the country one of the largest peninsulas in the world. There are nine coastal Indian states like Gujarat, Maharashtra, Goa, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu,… Read More...



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