December 19, 2012

Top Ten Informations

  • From January 1, 2013, cheques which do not
    conform to CTS-2010 standards would not be
    entertained by banks. ‘Cheque Truncation System
    (CTS)-2010 standard’ is a set of benchmarks towards
    achieving standardisation of cheques issued by
    banks across the country. These include provision of
    mandatory minimum security features on cheque
    forms such as quality of paper, watermark, bank’s
    logo in invisible ink, void pantograph and
    standardisation of field placements on cheques
  • India and China held their annual Strategic Economic
    Dialogue (SED) in New Delhi
  •  Sebastian Vettel of Red Bull wowed the spectators at
    the Buddh International Circuit in Greater Noida for
    the second successive year. Fernando Alonso of
    Ferrari was on second place
  •  The 5th Asian Ministerial Conference on Disaster
    Risk Reduction organised by the United Nations
    Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR) ended in
  •  The Home Ministry cleared the Pakistan cricket
    team’s India visit later this year. The tour is set to
    begin on December 25 and will feature two T20
    Internationals and three One-Day Internationals
  •  Centre would launch the National Urban Livelihood
    Mission to protect the rights of the street vendors.
  •  Petroleum and Natural Gas Ministry has decided to
    extend the deadline for filling up the Know Your
    Customer (KYC) forms by LPG consumers to
    November 30 to enable genuine consumers to avail
    of the offer.
  •  The Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) is deploying
    the latest technology global positioning system (GPS)
    and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to ensure the
    safety and security of its troops in field operations,
    particularly in Maoist-affected areas.
  •  India and the United Kingdom signed a protocol
    amending the 1993 bilateral convention on
    avoidance of double taxation and prevention of
    fiscal evasion related to taxes on income and capital
  • Cable television in Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata
    switched over from analogue to digital mode at
    midnight on October 31.

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