Daily Current Affairs 17 February 2020| GK updates

By | February 18, 2020

Daily Current Affairs 17 February 2020 – Current affairs is all about discussion of news stories that have recently occurred or are ongoing all around the world at the time of broadcast. We cover all the information that related to National, international, sports, important Days, appointments, agreements, obituary etc.

Now a days, Knowledge on current affairs is compulsory. It plays an important role in one’s life especially for those who are preparing for Competitive Exams. Here we are providing Daily Current affairs on daily basis, GK updates 17 February 2020. It will be very helpful to the Exam aspirants to prepare the notes.

Daily Current Affairs 17 February 2020

  • Telangana is all set to host the three-day Bio Asia 2020.
  • Uttarakhand CM launches web portal of Shri Badrinath and Shri Kedarnath temple committee.
  • PM Modi to inaugurate UN Convention on Migratory Species through video conferencing
  • South Central Railways zone becomes 1st in India to have energy-neutral stations
  • Indian-origin minister Alok Sharma to lead UN climate summit in UK.
  • Donald Trump likely to inaugurate, Motera Cricket Stadium, world’s largest cricket facility in Ahmedabad.
  • SEBI constitutes municipal bonds development committee headed by Sujit Prasad.
  • International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) 43rd Governing Council meeting 2020 held in Rome, Italy.

GK updates 17 February 2020 Current affairs

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