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The skill training scheme for members under 35 yrs of age of households that have completed 100 days’ work in 2014-15 under MGNREGA – Livelihoods In Full Employment (LIFE)
● The typhoon that hit Philippines on 10 May – Noul
● The bilateral trade between EU and India at present – 100 bn euros
● The year by which the NOFN (National Optical Filere Network) project aims to connect 2.5 lakh gram panchayats – 2016
● The country where a contingent of the Nine Grenadiers regiment of the Indian Army marched in an international military parade on 9 May – Russia
● The state where a strategically important new naval base INS Sardar Patel was commissioned on 9 May – Gujarat
● The Naxal hotbeds where the PM initiated welfare projects worth about `25,000 cr on 9 May – Dantewada
 ● The former Gujarat Chief Secretary appointed as the Election Commissioner of India recently – Achal Kumar Jyoti
● The 119th Constitution (Amendment) Bill passed by the Parliament – LBA Bill ● The French Defence Minister who visited India on 5 May – Jean-Yves le Drian ● The date after which banks have to issue only EMV chipbased and PIN-enabled debit and credit cards – 1 Sep 2015
● The woman wrestler who won bronze in Asian championship in Doha on 6 May – Geeta Phogat
● The winner of Sportsperson of the Year award at inaugural TOISA awards presented on 7 May – Jitu Rai
● The deadline for new model cars to pass minimum frontal and side crash tests – Oct 2017
● The new Prime Minister of UK whose Conservative Party won 331 out of 650 seats recently – David Cameron
● The state where the Polavaram multipurpose project will come up – Andhra Pradesh
● The head of the Committee looking after the issue of MAT on FIIs – AP Shah
 ● India’s current position in the global list of countries in terms of their travel and tourism competitiveness – 52nd
● Mother’s Day – Second Sunday of May
● The country where President Pranab Mukherjee attended the Victory Day parade recently – Russia
● The country which has topped the biennial Travel & Tourism Competitiveness Index (TTCI) 2015 – Spain
● The bank which has launched a product that could process personal loans in 10 seconds –the banks – `10,000
● The 161st member of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) which joined it on 27 Apr – Seychelles
● International Day of Yoga – 21 Jun
● India’s position in generating electricity from nuclear source as per IAEA data – 13th
● World Dance Day – 29 Apr
● The new limit for FDI in the pension section – 49 per cent
● The prominent social and human rights activist of Pakistan who was shot dead in Karachi recently – Sabeen Mahmud
● The first African-American woman to become the US attorney general (83rd) recently – Loretta Lynch
● Winner of the women’s singles title at the Badminton Asia Championships in China on 26 Apr – Ratchanok Intanon
● The name of India’s rescue operation in quake-hit Nepal – Operation Maitri
● The Indian 155mm, 45-calibre artillery gun which successfully cleared Indian Army’s tests recently – Dhanush
● Winner of the Shamkir Chess tournament on 26 Apr – Magnus Carlsen
● Winner of the Asian Banker Achievement Award 2015 for ‘Technology Implementation’ – Bharatiya Mahila Bank
● The state where the Indian Army on 26 Apr conducted a major exercise, ‘Akraman-II’ – Rajasthan
● The Indian honoured by France with the Officier de la Légion d’Honneur (Officer of the Legion of Honour) – Yashwant Sinha
● The sports body suspended by the govt recently – Paralympic Committee of India (PCI)
● The Malaysian ace shuttler banned by the Badminton World Federation for doping recently – Lee Chong Wei
● The bank which has made its global foray by opening its first overseas representative office in Abu Dhabi – YES Bank
● The city where the 4th International Wind Conference will be held on Jun 22-23 – Coimbatore
● The re-elected president of Kazakhstan – Nursultan Nazarbayev
● Winner of the men’s singles title of the Badminton Asia Championships in China on 26 Apr – Lin Dan
● The Indian-origin scientist  HDFC Bank

● As per the RBI, gross non-performing asset (GNPA) ratio as on Mar 15 – 4.45 per cent  

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