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DAMS AND RIVERS (INDIA)

DAM

RIVER

STATE

Tehri Dam
Lakhwar Dam
Idukki Arch Dam
Bhakra Nangal Dam
Pakal Dul Dam
Sardar Sarovar Dam
Ranjit Sagar Dam
Baglihar Dam
Chamera I Dam
Pong Dam
Jamrani Dam
Ramganga Dam
Nagarjuna Sagar Dam

Bhagirathi
Yamuna
Periyar
Satluj
Marusudar
Narmada
Ravi
Chenab
Ravi
Beas
Gola
Ramganga
Krishna

Nagi Dam
Lakya Dam
Sholayar Dam
Koyna Dam
Supa Dam
Karjan Dam
Koteshwar Dam
Rihand Dam
Indira Sagar Dam
Pillur Dam
Upper Kodayar Dam
Chakra Dam
Bhandardara Dam
Ukai Dam
Upper Aliyar Dam
Aruna Dam
Upper Bhavani Dam
Podagada Dam

Nagi
Lakhya
Sholayar
Koyna
Kali Nadi
Karjan
Bhagirathi
Rihand
Narmada
Bhavani
Kodayar
Chakra
Paravara
Tapi
Aliyar
Aruna
Bhavani
Podagada

Uttarakhand
Uttarakhand
Kerala
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Gujarat
Punjab
Jammu & Kashmir
Himachal Pradesh
Himachal Pradesh
Uttarakhand
Uttarakhand
Telangana/Andhra
Pradesh
Bihar
Karnataka
Tamil Nadu
Maharashtra
Karnataka
Gujarat
Uttarakhand
Uttar Pradesh
Madhya Pradesh
Tamil Nadu
Tamil Nadu
Karnataka
Maharashtra
Gujarat
Tamil Nadu
Maharashtra
Tamil Nadu
Odisha

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States and their Capitals (India)


STATE

CAPITAL

Andhra Pradesh

Amaravati

Arunachal Pradesh

Itanagar

Assam

Dispur

Bihar

Patna

Chhattisgarh

Raipur

Goa

Panaji

Gujarat

Gandhinagar

Haryana

Chandigarh

Himachal Pradesh

Shimla

Jammu and Kashmir


Jharkhand

Srinagar
(summer),
Jammu (winter)
Ranchi

Karnataka

Bengaluru

Kerala
Madhya Pradesh

Thiruvananthap
uram
Bhopal

Maharashtra

Mumbai

Manipur

Imphal

Meghalaya

Shillong

Mizoram

Aizawl

Nagaland

Kohima

Odisha

Bhubaneswar

% OF URBAN
POPULATION

SEX RATIO

YEAR OF
FORMATION

33.49*

992*

1956

22.67

920

1987

14.08

954

1975

11.3

916

1935

23.24

991

2000

62.17

968

1961

42.58

918

1960

24.25

877

1966

10.04

974

1971

27.21

883

1948

24.05

947

2000

38.57

968

1956

47.72

1084

1956

27.63

930

1956

45.23

946

1960

20.21

987

1947

20.08

986

1970

51.51

975

1972

28.97

931

1963

16.68

978

1948

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Punjab

Chandigarh

Rajasthan

Jaipur

Sikkim

Gangtok

Tamil Nadu

Chennai

Telangana

Hyderabad

Tripura

Agartala

Uttar Pradesh

Lucknow

Uttarakhand

Dehradun

West Bengal

Kolkata

UNIONTERRITORIES

CAPITAL

Andaman and Nicobar


Islands
Chandigarh

Port Blair

Dadar and Nagar Haveli

Silvassa

Daman and Diu

Daman

Delhi

Delhi

Lakshadweep

Kavaratti

Puducherry

Pondicherry

Chandigarh

37.49

893

1966

24.89

926

1948

24.97

889

1975

48.45

995

1969
2014

26.18

961

1956

22.28

908

1937

30.55

963

2000

31.89

947

1947

% OF URBAN
POPULATION

FEMALES
PER 1000
MALES

YEAR OF
ESTABLISHMEN
T

35.67

878

1956

97.25

818

1966

46.62

775

1944

75.16

618

1987

97.5

866

1952

78.08

946

68.31

1038

COUNTRY CAPITAL AND CURRENCY


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Afghanistan
Akrotiri and Dhekelia
land Islands
Albania
Algeria

Capital
Kabul
Episkopi Cantonment
Mariehamn
Tirana
Algiers

Currency
Afghani
Euro
Euro
Lek
Dinar

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1954

American Samoa
Andorra
Angola
Anguilla
Antigua and Barbuda
Argentina
Armenia
Aruba
Australia
Austria
Azerbaijan
Bahamas
Bahrain
Bangladesh
Barbados
Belarus
Belgium
Belize
Bermuda
Bhutan
Bolivia
Bonaire
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Botswana
Brazil
British Virgin Islands
Brunei
Bulgaria
Burkina Faso
Burundi
Cambodia
Cameroon
Canada
Cape Verde
Cayman Islands
Central African Republic
Chad
Chile
China
Colombia
Comoros
Congo (Congo-Brazzaville)

Pago Pago
Andorra la Vella
Luanda
The Valley
St. John's
Buenos Aires
Yerevan
Oranjestad
Canberra
Vienna
Baku
Nassau
Manama
Dhaka
Bridgetown
Minsk
Brussels
Belmopan
Hamilton
Thimphu
Sucre (official),
La Paz (seat of
government)
Kralendijk
Sarajevo
Gaborone
Braslia
Road Town
Bandar Seri Begawan
Sofia
Ouagadougou
Bujumbura
Phnom Penh
Yaound
Ottawa
Praia
George Town
Bangui
N'Djamena
Santiago
Beijing
Bogot
Moroni
Brazzaville

Pago Pago
Euro
Kwanza
East Caribbean Dollar
East Caribbean Dollar
Peso
Dram
Aruban florin
Australian dollar
Euro
Manat
Bahamian Dollar
Bahraini dinar
Taka
Barbadian Dollar
Belarusian ruble
Euro
Belize Dollar
Bermudian Dollar
Bhutanese ngultrum
Boliviano
USDollar
Convertible mark
Pula
Real
USDollar
Brunei dollar
Lev
CFA franc
Burundian franc
Riel
CFA franc
Canadian Dollar
Cape Verdean escudo
Cayman Islands Dollar
CFA franc
CFA franc
Peso
Renminbi (yuan)
Peso
Comorian franc
CFA franc

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Costa Rica
Croatia
Cuba
Curacao
Cyprus
Czech Republic
Democratic Republic of the
Congo (Congo-Kinshasa)
Denmark
Djibouti
Dominica
Dominican Republic
East Timor (Timor-Leste)
Ecuador
Egypt
El Salvador
Equatorial Guinea
Eritrea
Estonia
Ethiopia
Faroe Islands
Fiji
Finland
France
French Guiana
Gabon
Gambia
Georgia
Germany
Ghana
Gibraltar
Greece
Greenland
Grenada
Guadeloupe
Guatemala
Guinea
Guinea-Bissau
Guyana
Haiti
Honduras
Hong Kong
Hungary
Iceland

San Jos
Zagreb
Havana
Willemstad
Nicosia
Prague
Kinshasa

Costa Rican colon


Kuna
Cuban peso
Netherlands Antillean guilder
Euro
Czech koruna
Congolese franc

Copenhagen
Djibouti
Roseau
Santo Domingo
Dili
Quito
Cairo
San Salvador
Malabo
Asmara
Tallinn
Addis Ababa
Trshavn
Suva
Helsinki
Paris
Cayenne
Libreville
Banjul
Tbilisi
Berlin
Accra
Gibraltar
Athens
Nuuk
St. George's
Basse-Terre
Guatemala City
Conakry
Bissau
Georgetown
Port-au-Prince
Tegucigalpa
SAR of China/Victoria
Budapest
Reykjavk

Danish krone
Djiboutian franc
East Caribbean Dollar
Dominican peso
US Dollar
US dollar
Egyptian pound
USDollar
CFA Franc
Nakfa
Euro
Birr
Faroese krna
Fijian dollar
Euro
Euro/CFP franc
Euro
CFA franc
Gambian dalasi
Lari
Euro
Ghana cedi
Gibraltar pound
Euro
Danish Krone
East Caribbean Dollar
Euro
Guatemalan quetzal
Guinean franc
CFA franc
Guyanese dollar
Haitian gourde
Honduran lempira
Hong Kong dollar
Forint
Icelandic krna

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India
Indonesia
Iran
Iraq
Ireland
Isle of Man
Israel
Italy
Ivory Coast
Jamaica
Japan
Jersey
Jordan
Kazakhstan
Kenya
Kosovo
Kurdistan
Kuwait
Kyrgyzstan
Laos
Latvia
Lebanon
Lesotho
Liberia
Libya
Liechtenstein
Lithuania
Luxembourg
Macau
Macedonia
Madagascar
Malawi
Malaysia
Maldives
Mali
Malta
Martinique
Mauritania
Mauritius
Mexico
Moldova
Monaco
Mongolia
Montenegro

New Delhi
Jakarta
Tehran
Baghdad
Dublin
Douglas
Jerusalem
Rome
Yamoussoukro
Kingston
Tokyo
Saint Helier
Amman
Astana
Nairobi
Pristina
Erbil
Kuwait City
Bishkek
Vientiane
Riga
Beirut
Maseru
Monrovia
Tripoli
Vaduz
Vilnius
Luxembourg
SAR of China/Macau
Skopje
Antananarivo
Lilongwe
Kuala Lumpur
Mal
Bamako
Valletta
Fort-de-France
Nouakchott
Port Louis
Mexico City
Chisinau
Monaco
Ulaanbaatar
Podgorica

Indian rupee
Rupiah
Rial
Iraqi dinar
Euro
Pound sterling
New Shekel
Euro
CFA franc
Jamaican Dollar
Yen
Pound sterling
Jordanian dinar
Tenge
Kenyan shilling
Euro
Dinar
Kuwaiti dinar
Som
Kip
Euro
Lebanese pound
Lesotho loti
Liberian dollar
Dinar
Swiss franc
Euro
Euro
Macanese pataca
Macedonian denar
Malagasy ariary
Kwacha
Ringgit
Maldivian rufiyaa
CFA franc
Euro
Euro
Ouguiya
Mauritian rupee
Mexican peso
Moldovan leu
Euro
Tgrg
Euro

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Morocco
Mozambique
Myanmar (Burma)
Nagorno-Karabakh
Namibia
Nepal
Netherlands
New Zealand
Nicaragua
Niger
Nigeria
North Korea
Northern Cyprus
Norway
Oman
Pakistan
Palestine
Panama
Paraguay
Peru
Philippines
Poland
Portugal
Puerto Rico
Qatar
Runion
Romania
Russia
Rwanda
Saba
Saint Barthlemy
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Saint Lucia
Saint Martin
San Marino
Sao Tome and Principe
Saudi Arabia
Senegal
Serbia
Seychelles
Sierra Leone
Singapore
Slovakia
Slovenia

Rabat
Maputo
Naypyidaw
Stepanakert
Windhoek
Kathmandu
Amsterdam
Wellington
Managua
Niamey
Abuja
Pyongyang
Nicosia
Oslo
Muscat
Islamabad
East Jerusalem
Panama City
Asuncin
Lima
Manila
Warsaw
Lisbon
San Juan
Doha
Saint-Denis
Bucharest
Moscow
Kigali
The Bottom
Gustavia
Basseterre
Castries
Marigot
San Marino
So Tom
Riyadh
Dakar
Belgrade
Victoria
Freetown
Singapore
Bratislava
Ljubljana

Moroccan dirham
Mozambican metical
Kyat
Armenian dram
Namibian dollar
Nepalese rupee
Euro
New Zealand dollar
Nicaraguan cordoba
CFA franc
Naira
North Korean won
Turkish lira
Norwegian krone
Rial
Pakistani Rupee
Israeli Shekel
US Dollar, Panamanian balboa
Guaran
Nuevo sol
Philippine Peso
Zloty
Euro
USDollar
Riyal
Euro
Romanian leu
Russian ruble
Rwandan franc
USDollar
Euro
East Caribbean Dollar
East Caribbean Dollar
Euro
Euro
Dobra
Saudi riyal
CFA franc
Serbian dinar
Seychellois rupee
Leone
Singapore dollar
Euro
Euro

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Somalia
Somaliland
South Africa

South Korea
South Sudan
Spain
Sri Lanka
Sudan
Suriname
Svalbard
Swaziland
Sweden
Switzerland
Syria
Taiwan
Tajikistan
Tanzania

Thailand
Togo
Transnistria
Trinidad and Tobago
Tunisia
Turkey
Turkmenistan
Uganda
Ukraine
United Arab Emirates
United Kingdom
United States
Uruguay
US Virgin Islands
Uzbekistan
Vanuatu
Vatican City
Venezuela
Vietnam
Yemen
Zambia
Zimbabwe

Mogadishu
Hargeisa
Pretoria (admin),
Cape Town (legislative),
Bloemfontein (judicial)
Seoul
Juba
Madrid
Sri JayawardenepuraKotte
Khartoum
Paramaribo
Longyearbyen
Mbabane
Stockholm
Bern
Damascus
Taipei
Dushanbe
Dodoma (official),
Dar es Salaam (seat of
government)
Bangkok
Lom
Tiraspol
Port of Spain
Tunis
Ankara
Ashgabat
Kampala
Kiev
Abu Dhabi
London
Washington, D.C.
Montevideo
Charlotte Amalie
Tashkent
Port Vila
Vatican City
Caracas
Hanoi
Sana'a
Lusaka
Harare

Somali shilling
Somaliland shilling
South African rand

South Korean won


South Sudanese pound
Euro
Sri Lankan rupee
Sudanese pound
Surinamese dollar
Norwegian krone
Lilangeni
Swedish krona
Swiss franc
Syrian pound
New Taiwan dollar
Somoni
Tanzanian shilling

Baht
CFA franc
Transnistrian ruble
Trinidad and Tobago Dollar
Tunisian dinar
Turkish lira
Turkmen new manat
Ugandan shilling
Ukrainian hryvnia
UAE dirham
Pound sterling
US Dollar
Uruguayan peso
US Dollar
Uzbekistan som
Vanuatu vatu
Euro
Bolvar fuerte
dong
Yemeni rial
Zambian kwacha
US dollar

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COUNTRIES AND THEIR PARLIAMENTS


Country Name
Afghanistan
Australia
Bangladesh
Bhutan
Canada
China
Denmark
Egypt
France
Germany
Great Britain
Hungary
Iceland
India
Iran
Ireland
Israel
Italy
Japan
Kuwait
Lativa
Malaysia
Maldives
Magnolia
Nepal
Netherlands
Norway
Oman
Pakistan
Poland
Russia
Spain
Sweden
South Africa
Switzerland
Taiwan
Turkey
USA
Uzbekistan

Parliament Name
Shora
Parliament
Jatia Parliament
Tasongadu
Parliament
National People Congress
Folketing
People's Assembly
Parlement
Bundestag
Parliament
Orszggyls
Althing
Sansad
Majilis
Oireachtas
The Knesset
Parlamento Italiano
Diet
Majlis-al-Umma
Saeima
Majilis
Majilis
Khural
Rashtriya Panchayat
States General (Staten-Generaal)
Storting
Majlis
Majlis-e-Shoora
Scym
Duma
Crotes
Riksdag
Parliament
Federal Assembly
Yuan
Grand National Assembly
Congress
Oliy Majlis

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PM Visits (Jan 15-Aug 15)


1.SEYCHELLES
(i) Area visited : Victoria
(ii) Agreements: The two sides inked 4 agreements on cooperation in hydrography, renewable
energy, infrastructure development and sale of navigation charts and electronic navigational
charts.
(iii) President: James Michel
(iv) Currency: Seychellois rupee
(v) Capital: Victoria
2.MAURITIUS
(i) Area visited : Port Louis
(ii) Purpose: Modi was the chief guest at the Mauritian National Day on 12 March.
(iii) Agreements: The two countries inked 5 agreements on Ocean Economy, improvement in
Sea and Air Transportation Facilities at Agalega Island in Mauritius, cultural co-operation, cooperation in the field of Traditional System of Medicine and Homeopathy.
(iv) President: Ameenah Gurib
(v) Prime Minister: Anerood Jugnauth
(vi) Currency: Mauritian rupee
(vii) Capital: Port Louis
3.SRI LANKA
(i) Area visited : Colombo, Jaffna
(ii) Agreements: The two countries signed 4 agreements on visa, customs, youth
development and building Rabindranath Tagore memorial in Sri Lanka
(iii) President: Maithripala Sirisena
(iv) Prime Minister: Ranil Wickremesinghe
(v) Currency: Sri Lankan rupee
(vi) Capital: Sri Jayawardenepura Kotte, Colombo
4.SINGAPORE
(i) Area visited : Singapore
(ii) Purpose: Prime Minister Modi attended the state-funeral of Lee Kuan Yew, the first Prime
Minister of Singapore.
(iii) President: Tony Tan
(iv) Prime Minister: Lee Hsien Loong
(v) Currency: Singapore dollar
(vi) Capital: Singapore
5.FRANCE
(i) Area visited : Paris, Toulouse, Neuve-Chapelle
(ii) Agreements: India and France signed 17 agreements on stalled nuclear project in Jaitapur
in Maharashtra, development of indigenous nuclear energy industry in India, cooperation in
the economic sector, cooperation in the field of renewable energy etc.
(iii) President: Franois Hollande
(iv) Prime Minister: Manuel Valls
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(v) Currency: Euro


(vi) Capital: Paris
6.GERMANY
(i) Area visited : Berlin, Hannover
(ii) Purpose: To promote Indo-German trade and investments. PM Narendra Modi pitched his
Make in India campaign to various German industries.
(iii) President: Joachim Gauck
(iv) Chancellor: Angela Merkel
(v) Currency: Euro
(vi) Capital: Berlin
7.CANADA
(i) Area visited : Ottawa,Toronto, Vancouver
(ii) Purpose: Both countries signed agreements on civil aviation, rail regulation, education and skills
development, space cooperation, and projects focused on maternal, newborn and child health.
(iii) Monarch: Elizabeth II
(iv) Prime Minister: Stephen Harper
(v) Currency: Canadian Dollar
(vi) Capital: Ottawa
8.CHINA
(i) Area visited : Xi'an, Beijing,Shanghai
(ii) Agreements: India and China signed 24 agreements worth over 10 billion dollars. Some of
the agreements between include development of railway between the two countries,
education exchange agreement, agreement in mining sector and agreement in broadcasting
sector between Doordarshan and CCTV, etc.
(iii) President: Xi Jinping
(iv) Premier: Li Keqiang
(v) Currency: Yuan
(vi) Capital: Beijing
9.MONGOLIA
(i) Area visited : Ulan Bator
(ii) Agreements: Both the countries signed 14 agreements on air services agreement, cyber
security, cooperation in the field of animal health and dairy and traditional systems or
medicine and homeopathy, etc.
(iii) President: Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj
(iv) Prime Minister: Chimed Saikhanbileg
(v) Currency: Yuan
(vi) Capital: Ulan Bator
10.SOUTH KOREA
(i) Area visited : Seoul
(ii) Purpose: Modi's visit to South Korea was part of India's East Asia policy and Modi's
attempt to promote his Make in India concept to Korean investors.
(iii) Agreements: Both the countries inked 7 agreements on avoidance of double taxation and
formalising consultations between National Security Councils of the two nations, and
cooperation in audio-visual co-production, etc.
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(iv) President: Park Geun-hye


(v) Prime Minister: Hwang Kyo-ahn
(vi) Currency: South Korean won
(vii) Capital: Seoul
11. BANGLADESH
(i) Area visited : Dhaka
(ii) Agreements: Both the countries inked 22 agreements on curbing human trafficking,
smuggling of fake currency and setting up an Indian Economic Zone, Land Boundary
Agreement (LBA) etc.
(iv) President: Md. Abdul Hamid
(v) Prime Minister: Sheikh Hasina
(vi) Currency: Bangladeshi taka
(vii) Capital: Dhaka
12.UZBEKISTAN
(i) Area visited : Tashkent
(ii) Agreements: Both the countries signed 3 agreements to boost cooperation between their
foreign offi ces and in the field of culture and tourism
(iii) President: Islam Karimov
(iv) Prime Minister: Shavkat Mirziyoyev
(v) Currency: Uzbekistani som
(vi) Capital: Tashkent
13.KAZAKHSTAN
(i) Area visited : Astana
(ii) Agreements: Both the countries signed 5 agreements on including defence, railways and
uranium supply, cooperation in the framework of the International North South Transport
Corridor and to improve surface connectivity.
(iii) President: Nursultan Nazarbayev
(iv) Prime Minister: Karim Massimov
(v) Currency: Kazakhstani tenge
(vi) Capital: Astana
14. RUSSIA
(i) Area visited : Ufa, Bashkortostan
(ii) Purpose: To attend 7th BRICS Summit (Theme: BRICS partnership: A powerful factor for
global development) and Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) Summit. [Note: India will
host the 8th BRICS Summit in 2016]
(iii) President: Vladimir Putin
(iv) Prime Minister: Dmitry Medvedev
(v) Currency: Russian ruble
(vi) Capital: Moscow
15.TURKMENISTAN
(i) Area visited : Ashgabat
(ii) Agreements: India and Turkmenistan signed 7 agreements in the fields of defence, supply
of chemical products, foreign affairs, sports, science and technology, medicine and tourism.
(iii) President: Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedow
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(iv) Currency: Turkmen new manat


(v) Capital: Ashgabat
16.KYRGYZSTAN
(i) Area visited : Bishkek
(ii) Agreements: Both the countries signed 4 agreements on cooperation in defence, culture,
Election Commissions and in the sphere of Standards.
(iii) President: Almazbek Atambayev
(iv) Prime Minister: Temir Sariyev
(v) Currency: Kyrgyzstani som
(vi) Capital: Bishkek
17.TAJIKISTAN
(i) Area visited : Dushanbe
(ii) Agreements: Both the countries signed 2 agreements in the field of culture and human
resource development. India is to set up computer labs in 37 schools in Tajikistan.
(iii) President: Emomali Rahmon
(iv) Prime Minister: Kokhir Rasulzoda
(v) Currency: Tajikistani somoni
(vi) Capital: Dushanbe
18.UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
(i) Area visited : Abu Dhabi,Dubai
(ii) Agreements: India and the United Arab Emirates decided to set up a multi-billion dollar
fund to raise $75 billion to support investment in Indias investment sector. PM Narendra
Modi offered $1 trillion investment opportunity to UAE.
(iii) President: Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan
(iv) Prime Minister: Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum
(v) Currency: United Arab Emirates dirham
(vi) Capital: Abu Dhabi
SPORTS:TROPHIES AND TERMS
NAME OF
GAME
Badminton
Basketball
Chess
Cricket

CUP/TROPHIES

ASSOCIATED TERMS

Europian Cup, Narang Cup, Thomas


Cup, Uber Cup, World Cup, Konica
Cup,Yonex Cup,
Federation Cup, S.M. Arjuna Raja
Trophy, Todd Memorial Trophy,
William Jones Cup
Naidu Trophy, Khaitan Trophy, Limca
Trophy, World Cup
Ashes, Asia Cup, Benson and
Hedges Cup, ICC Champions
Trophy,C. K Nayadu Trophy,
Deodhar Trophy, Copa America
Trophy, Gavaskar-Border Trophy,
J.D.Birla Trophy,Gillette Cup, Irani

Alley, Base Line,Backcourt, Bird, Carry, Clear,


Center Line, Deuce, Double fault, Drop, Fault,
Flick, Net Shot, Push Shot
Basket, Blocking,Double Team, Dunk, Dribbling,
Jump Ball, Mutiple throws
Absolute Pin, Attack, Bind, Bishop, Board,
Check, Checkmate, Castling, Duffer, Pawn
Ashes, Boundary, Bowling, Caught, Chinaman,
Cover Drive, Diamond Duck, Duck, Four,
French Cut, Full Toss, Crease, Cow Corner,
Duck, Follow on, Googly, Gully, Golden Duck,
Hat-trick, Hit wicket, LBW, Leg-bbreak, Leg bye,
Mankad, Maiden over, No ball, Off break, On

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Football

Golf

Hockey

Tennis

Trophy, Jawahar Lal Nehru Cup,


Natwest Trophy,NKP Salve
Challenger Trophy, Sharjah Cup,
Vijay Hazare Trophy, Ranji Trophy,
ICC World Cup,Wisden Trophy,
Singer Cup
Airline Cup, America Cup, Asia Cup,
Asian Womens Cup, Bandodkar
Trophy, B.C. Roy Trophy, Begum
Hazrat Mahal Cup, BILT cup,
Bordoloi Trophy, Colombo Cup, DCM
Cup, Durand Cup, European Cup, FA
Cup, Federation Cup, Gold Cup,
Govemors Cup, Great Wall Cup, IFA
Shield, Independence Day Cup,Indira
Gandhi Trophy, Jawaharlal Nehru
Gold Cup, Kalinga Cup, Kings Cup,
Lal Bahadur Shastri Trophy,
McDowell Cup, Merdeka Cup, Nagjee
Trophy, Nijam Gold Cup, Rovers
Cup, Rajiv Gandhi Trophy, Santosh
Trophy, Stafford Cup, Subroto Cup,
FIFA Wolrd Cup, Vittal Trophy, UEFA
Cup, U.S.Cup
Canada Cup, Eisenhower Trophy,
FedExCup Trophy, Muthiah Gold
Cup, Nomura Cup, Ryder Cup,
Topolino Trophy, Walker Cup, Prince
of Wales Cup, Paralamdi Trophy,
Royal Trophy,
Agha Khan Cup, Allwyn Asia Cup,
Azlan Shah Cup, Beighton Cup,
Bhimsen Trophy, BMW
Trophy,Bomaby Gold Cup,
Champions Trophy, Bhyan Chand
Trophy,European Nations Cup, Guru
Nanak Cup, Indira Gandhi Gold
Cup,World Cup, Rangaswami Cup,
Scindia Gold Cup,Yadavindra Cup,
Wellington Cup, Murugappa Gold
Cup,Kuppuswamy Naidu Cup, Ranjit
Singh Gold Cup
Champions Cup, Davis Cup, Dr.
rajender Parsad Cup, Edgbaston
Cup, Hamlet Cup, Lipton Trophy,
Evert Cup, Federation Cup, Ghafar
Cup, Grand Slam Cup, Mercedes
Cup, Nations Cup, Weightman Cup,
Wimbledon Trophy, World Cup,

drive, Out, Over, Mandatory over, Pitch,


Popping crease, Rubber, Run down, Run out,
Single, Sixer, Silly Point, Square Leg, Stone
walling, Straight drive, Stumped, Twelth man,
Wicket, Wide, Yorker,
Back Heel, Back Pass, Ball Carrier, Bicycle
Kick, Center Spot, Corner Flag, Farpost, Foul,
FIFA, Cross, Defender, Corner kick, Direct free
kick, Dribble, Dummy Run, Goal Kick, Give and
Go, Hat-trick, Off side, Penalty kick, Throw in,
Tripping, Goalkeeper, Header, Goal line,
Kickoff, Inswinger, Midfielder, Nearpost,
Penalty, Penalty Spot, Red Card, Referee
Yellow Card , Obstruction, Shot, Striker,
Sweeper, Toe Poke, Touch Line, Tackle,
Through Pass, Zone Defense, Trapping the ball,
Volley, Wingers

Backdoor, Backspin, Backswing, Ball Mark,


Best-ball foursome, Below the Hole, Bogey,
Bunker, Caddie, Dip, Divot, Dormy, Digger,
Double Break, Double Hit, Flip, Flop Shot,
Fairway, Fourball, Foursome, Flex, Flex Point,
Grip, Grind, Greed holes, Links, Niblic, Par, Put,
Rough, Stymied, Tee, Threesome
Bully, Carry, Corner, Hat-trick, Hooking, Offside, Roll-in, Scoop, Short corner, Stick, Striking
circle, Tie-breaker, Red Line, Power Play,
Penalty, Penalty Box, Penalty Shot,
Interference,Tripping, Winger

Ad Court,Advantage, Angel-game, Alley,Ball,


Ballboys, Baseline, Crosscourt, Backhand
stroke, Drop shot, Deuce, Double fault,
Fault,Footfault, Forecourt, Ground stroke, Half
volley, Let, Love, Smash, Volley,Net, Lob, Rally,
Linesman, Stance

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Volleyball
Wrestling

World Team Cup


Centennial Cup, Federation Cup,
Indira Pradhan Trophy, Shivanthi
Gold Cup, World Cup
Bharat Kesri, Burdwan Shield, World
Cup

Blocking, Doubling, Heave, Holding, Love all,


Point, Service, Volley, Ceiling Height, Poles,
Service Line, Attack Line, Center Line
Half nelson, Head lock, Heave, Hold, Rebouts,
Scissor

INTERNATIONAL DAYS
JANUARY
26th January

International Customs Day

FEBRUARY
4 February
13 February
20 February
21 February

World Cancer Day


World Radio Day
World Day of Social Justice
International Mother Language Day [UNESCO]

MARCH
1 March
3 March
8 March
20 March
21 March
21 March
21 March
21 March
22 March
23 March
24 March
APRIL
2 April
6 April
7 April
12 April
22 April
23 April
23 April
24 - 30 April
25 April
26 April
28 April
30 April

Zero Discrimination Day [UNAIDS]


World Wildlife Day
International Women's Day
International Day of Happiness
International Day for the Elimination of Racial
Discrimination
World Poetry Day [UNESCO]
International Day of Nowruz
International Day of Forests
World Water Day
World Meteorological Day [WMO]
World Tuberculosis Day [WHO]
World Autism Awareness Day
International Day of Sport for Development and
Peace
World Health Day [WHO]
International Day of Human Space Flight
International Mother Earth Day
World Book and Copyright Day
English Language Day
World Immunization Week [WHO]
World Malaria Day [WHO]
World Intellectual Property Day [WIPO]
World Day for Safety and Health at Work
International Jazz Day
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MAY
3 May
9-10 May
15 May
17 May
22 May
23 May
29 May
31 May
JUNE
1 June
5 June
8 June
12 June
14 June
15 June
17 June
20 June
21 June
26 June
JULY
4 July (first
Saturday in July)
11 July
15 July
18 July
28 July
30 July
30 July
AUGUST
12 August
19 August
29 August
30 August
SEPTEMBER
5 September
8 September
12 September
15 September
16 September
21 September

World Press Freedom Day


World Migratory Bird Day [UNEP]
International Day of Families
World Telecommunication Day [ITU]
International Day for Biological Diversity
International Day to End Obstetric Fistula
International Day of UN Peacekeepers
World No-Tobacco Day [WHO]
Global Day of Parents
World Environment Day [UNEP]
World Oceans Day
World Day Against Child Labour
World Blood Donor Day [WHO]
World Elder Abuse Awareness Day
World Day to Combat Desertification and
Drought
World Refugee Day
International Day of Yoga
International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit
Trafficking
International Day of Cooperatives
World Population Day
World Youth Skills Day
Nelson Mandela International Day
World Hepatitis Day [WHO]
International Day of Friendship
World Day against Trafficking in Persons
International Youth Day
World Humanitarian Day
International Day against Nuclear Tests
International Day of the Victims of Enforced
Disappearances
International Day of Charity
International Literacy Day [UNESCO]
United Nations Day for South-South Cooperation
International Day of Democracy
International Day for the Preservation of the
Ozone Layer
International Day of Peace
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25 September
27 September

World Maritime Day [IMO]


World Tourism Day

OCTOBER
1 October
2 October
5 October
5 October
9 October
10 October
16 October
17 October
20 October
24 October
24 October
31 October

International Day of Older Persons


International Day of Non-Violence
World Teachers Day [UNESCO]
World Habitat Day
World Post Day
World Mental Health Day [WHO]
World Food Day [FAO]
International Day for the Eradication of Poverty
World Statistics Day
United Nations Day
World Development Information Day
World Cities Day

NOVEMBER
14 November
16 November
19 November
19 November
20 November
20 November
21 November
29 November
DECEMBER
1 December
5 December
7 December
9 December
10 December
11 December
18 December
20 December

World Diabetes Day


International Day for Tolerance
World Toilet Day
World Philosophy Day
Africa Industrialization Day
Universal Childrens Day
World Television Day
International Day of Solidarity with the
Palestinian People
World AIDS Day
World Soil Day [FAO]
International Civil Aviation Day [ICAO]
International Anti-Corruption Day
Human Rights Day
International Mountain Day
International Migrants Day
International Human Solidarity Day

NATIONAL DAYS
JANUARY
4 -10 January
10 -16 January
12 January
15 January
15 -21 January

Oil Conservation Week


Road Safety Week
National Youth Day
Army Day
Pin Code Week
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25 January
26 January
30 January
30 January

India Tourism Day


Republic Day
Martyrs Day
National Cleanliness Day

FEBRUARY
24 February

Excise Day

MARCH
4 -10 March
12 March
15 March
16 March
23 March

National Safety Week


Dandi March Day
Consumers Day
Immunization Day
Martyrdom Day Of Bhagat Singh

APRIL
1 7 April
7 April
714 April
13 April
14 April
14 20 April

Prevention Of Blindness Week


World Health Day
Handloom Week
Jallianwala Bagh Massacre / Baisakhi
Customs Day
Fire Service Week

MAY
5 May
8 May
24 May
31 May

National Labour Day


World Red Cross Day
Common-Wealth Day
No Tobacco Day

AUGUST
9 August
20 August

Quit India Movement Day


Rajiv Gandhis Birth Anniversary (Sadbhavana Diwas)

SEPTEMBER
1 -7 September
5 September
14 September
14 September

National Nutrition Week


Teachers Day
Sanchayika Day
Hindi Divas

OCTOBER
1 October
1 -7 October
2 October
2 October
2 -8 October
2 -8 October
6 October
8 October
10 October
14 October

National Voluntary Blood Donation Day


Wild Life Week
Mahatma Gandhis Birthday
Anti-Leprosy Day
Prevention Of Blindness Week
Anti-Un-Touchability Week
World Habitat Day (Housing)
Air Force Day
National Post Day
World Standards Day
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21 October
21 October
31 October

Azad Hind Day


Global Iodine Deficiency Disorder (Idd) Day
Anti -Terrorism Day

NOVEMBER
2 November
9 November
9 -14 November
14 November
16 November
19 November
20 November
26 November

All Saints Day


Legal Services Day
International Week Of Science
Nehrus Birthday-Childrens Day
International Day For Tolerance And Peace
National Integration Day (Indira Gandhis Birthday)
Child Rights Day
Constitution Day

DECEMBER
2 December
3 December
3 December
3 December
4 December
7 December
8 December
8 -14 December
10 December
14 December

National Pollution Control Day


International Day Of Disabled Persons
National Conservation Day
Bhopal Gas Tragedy Day
Naval Day
Flag Day
Saarc Day
All India Handicrafts Week
Human Rights Day
National Energy Conservation Day

IMPORTANT COMMITTEES 2014-2015

Ajay Shankar Committee :To review functioning of PPP Cell


H Devaraj Commitee :Deemed university
H R Khan Panel :To evaluate unclaimed PPF and Post Office Savings
V V Daga Committee : To conduct forensic audit of NSEL
Sivaramakrishnan Committee :Submit Report to build the capital city for Andhra Pradesh
Ramanujam Committee :To avoid obsolete laws
Bimal Jalan Committee :To head the Expenditure Management Commission
Hari Gautam Committee :To review the status of UGC
Justice SB Sinha (One Member Commission):To Probe 2006 Meerut Fire Tragedy
Suresh Prabhu Committee: To review gas pricing formula
R S Sharma Expert Committee :To review the Company (Cost Records and Cost Audits) Rules
2014
Justice MB Shah Committee :Black Money
Deepak Mohanty Committee : Data and Information Management in the RBI
Arvind Mayaram Committee :To clear definition to the FDI and FII
Nachiket Mor Committee : To permit NBFC's to work as Business correspondence
P J Nayak Committee :Governance of Boards of Bank in India
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Bibek Debroy :For Restructuring the railway


Pratyush Sinha :To assess compensation for coal blocks.
Jairam Ramesh :On sustainable development
T.K. Vishwanathan Committee: Bankruptcy code for small and medium enterprises (SMEs).
K.V. Kamath panel:Examine the financial architecture for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises
(MSME) sector.
Gopalakrishna Committee:Capacity Building in Banks and non-Banks.
G N Bajpai Committee: National pension system (NPS) schemes in private sector.
R A Mashelkar panel: To suggest best technologies for "Swachh Bharat" mission.
T S R Subramanian Committee:To review five key green laws concerning protection and
conservation of environment, forest, wildlife, water and air among others.

BOOKS AND AUTHORS


BOOK
Kashmir: The Vajpayee Years
Transcendence
The Seduction of Delhi
Family Life
Benazir Bhutto
Sleeping on the Jupiter
When God is a Traveller
Born Again on the Mountain
Random Recollections
Half Girlfriend
The Pakistan Paradox
The China Model
The US-India Nuclear Agreement
God's Bankers
How Modi Won It
Looking Away
Recasting India
Green Signals
Wnaderers All
The First Firangis
Becoming Minority
The Rise of Big Business in India
RD Burman: The Prince of Music
Me Hijra, Me Laxmi
Shifting Ground
Memories of Belonging
Why I Assasinated Mahatma
Gandhi
The Last Wave
The Rise of Islamic State

AUTHOR
A. S. Dulat
A.P.J. Abdul with Arun Tiwari
Abhay K.
Akhil Sharma
Anna Suvorova
Anuradha Roy
Arundhati Subramaniam
Arunima Sinha
C.V. Narasimahan
Chetan Bhagat
Christophe Jaffrelot
Daniel A Bell
Dinshaw Mishtry
Gerald Posner
Harish Khare
HarshMander
Hindol Sengupta
Jai Ram Ramesh
Janhavi Acharekar
Jonathan Gil Harris
Jyotirmaya Tripathy, Sudarsan Padmanabhan
Kamal Aron, Mitra Chinoy
Khagesh Dev Burman
Laxmi
Mahesh Rangrajan, K. Sivaramasundaram
Malavika Karalekar
Nathuram Godse
Pankaj Sekhsaria
Patrick Cockburn

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China: Confucius in the Shadow


The Dramatic Decade
Super Economies
Out of Line
The Past Before Us
Greater Than Bradman
Forged in Crisis
Plying it My Way
At Home in India
India's Rise as an Asian Power
Saurav Ganguly
Fragile Frontiers
Ghost of Calcutta
India Shashtra
Beyond The Private World
Beyond Doubt
Gandhi at First Sight
No Free Left
Editor Unplugged

Poonam Surie
Pranab Mukherjee
Raghav Bahal
Ritu Menon
Romilla Thapar
Rudolf Lambert Fernandez
Rudra Chaudhary
Sachin Tendulkar
Salman Khurshid
Sandy Gordon
Saptarshi Sarkar
Saroj Kumar Rath
Sebastian Ortiz
Shashi Tharoor
Subrata Bagachi
Teesta Setalvad
Thomas Weber
Vijay Prasad
Vinod Mehta

INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS HEADQUARTERS AND


HEADS
INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION
African Development Bank
Asian Development Bank
Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation
(APEC)
Association of Southeast Asian
Nations (ASEAN)
Commonwealth of Nations
Confdration africaine de football
(CAF)
European Council
Federation Internationale de Football
Association (FIFA)
Federation Internationale des Echecs
(FIDE)
Food and Agriculture Organization
(FAO)
Gulf Cooperation Council

HEADQUARTERS
Abidjan, Ivory Coast
Metro Manila,
Philippines
Singapore
Jakarta, Indonesia
London, United
Kingdom
Kuala Lumpur,
Malaysia
Strasbourg

HEADS
Donald Kaberuka (President)
Haruhiko Kuroda (President)
Muhamad Noor (Executive
Director)
Surin Pitsuwan (SecretaryGeneralm)
Queen Elizabeth II (Head)
Issa Hayatou (President)

Zrich, Switzerland

Thorbjrn Jagland (Secretary


General)
Sepp Blatter (President)

Athens, Greece

Kirsan Ilyumzhinov (President)

Rome, Italy

Jos Graziano da Silva (DirectorGeneral)


Abdullatif bin Rashid Al Zayani
(Secretary-General)

Riyadh, Saudi
Arabia

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Intergovernmental Authority on
Development (IGAD)
Internation Bank for Reconstruction
and Development (IBRD World Bank)
International Atomic Energy Agency
(IAEA)
International Civil Aviation
Organization (ICAO)
International Committee of the Red
Cross
International Cricket Council (ICC)
International Criminal Police
Organization (Interpol)
International Federation of Red Cross
and Red Crescent Societies
International Labour Organization (ILO)
International Maritime Organization

Djibouti City
Washington D.C.,
United States
Vienna, Austria
Quebec, Canada

Nordic Council
North Atlantic Treaty Organisation
(NATO)
Oceania Football Confederation (OFC)
Organisation for the Prohibition of
Chemical Weapons (OPCW)
Organization (UNPO)
Organization of Petroleum Exporting
Countries (OPEC)
Shanghai Cooperation Organisation
(SCO)
South Asian Association for Regional
Cooperation (SAARC)
Southern Cone Common Market
(Mercosur)

Yukiya Amano (Director-General)

Switzerland,
England
Dubai, United Arab
Lyon, France

Raymond Benjamin (SecretaryGeneral)


Peter Maurer, Switzerland
(President)
N. Srinivasan (President)
Ronald Noble (Secretary-General)

Geneva, Switzerland

Tadateru Kono (President)

Geneva, Switzerland
London, United
Kingdom
International Monetary Fund
Washington, D.C.,
United States
International Olympic Committee (IOC) Lausanne,
Switzerland
International Organization for Migration Geneva, Switzerland
(IOM)
International Paralympic Committee
Bonn, Germany
(IPC)
International Rugby Board (IRB)
Dublin, Ireland
International Telecommunication Union Geneva, Switzerland
Islamic Development Bank (IDB)

Mahboub Maalim (Executive


Secretary)
Jim Yong Kim (President)

Jeddah, Saudi
Arabia
Copenhagen,
Denmark
Brussels, Belgium
Auckland, New
Zealand
The Hague,
Netherlands
The Hague,
Netherlands
Vienna, Austria
Beijing, China
Kathmandu, Nepal
Montevideo

Guy Ryder (Director-General)


Koji Sekimizu (Secretary-General)
Christine Lagarde (Managing
Director)
Thomas Bach (President)
William Lacy Swing (Directorgeneral)
Philip Craven (President)
Bernard Lapasset (President)
Hamadoun Tour (SecretaryGeneral)
Ahmad Mohamed Ali (President)
Jan-Erik Enestam (SecretaryGeneral)
Anders Fogh Rasmussen
(Secretary-General)
David Chung (President)
Ahmet zmc (Director-General)
Ngawang Choephel (SecretaryGeneral)
Mohammed S. Barkindo
(Secretary-General)
Bolat Nurgaliyev (SecretaryGeneral)
Ahmed Saleem (SecretaryGeneral)
Agustn Colombo Sierra (Director
of the Executive Secretariat)

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Union of European Football


Associations (UEFA)
United Nations (UN)
United Nations Children's Fund
(UNICEF)
United Nations Educational, Scientific
and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)
United Nations Industrial Development
Organization (UNIDO)
Universal Postal Union
World Food Programme (WFP)

Nyon, Switzerland

Michel Platini (President)

New York City, USA


New York City, USA

Ban Ki Moon (Secretary-General)


Anthony Lake (Executive Director)

Paris, France

Irina Bokova (Director-General)

Vienna, Austria

World Health Organization (WHO)


World Intellectual Property
Organization (WIPO)
World Meteorological Organization
(WMO)
World Tourism Organization (UNWTO)
World Trade Organization (WTO)

Geneva, Switzerland
Geneva, Switzerland

Kandeh Yumkella (DirectorGeneral)


douard Dayan (Director-General)
Josette Sheeran (Executive
Director)
Margaret Chan (Director-General)
Francis Gurry (Director-General)

Bern, Switzerland
Rome, Italy

Geneva, Switzerland
Madrid, Spain
Geneva, Switzerland

Michel Jarraud (SecretaryGeneral)


Taleb Rifai (Secretary-General)
Roberto Azevedo (DirectorGeneral)

BANKS AND THEIR TAGLINES


BANK
Allahabad Bank
Andhra Bank
Bank of Baroda
Bank of India
Bank of Maharashtra
Canara Bank
Central Bank of India
Corporation Bank
Dena Bank
Indian Bank
Indian Overseas Bank
Oriental Bank of Commerce
Punjab National Bank
Punjab & Sind Bank
Syndicate Bank
Union Bank of India
United Bank of India
UCO Bank
Vijaya Bank
IDBI Bank Ltd
Bharatiya Mahila Bank

TAGLINE
A tradition of trust
Where India Banks
Indias International Bank
Relationships beyond Banking
One Family One Bank
Together we Can
Build A Better Life Around Us, Central to you since 1911
Prosperity for all
Trusted Family Bank
Your Tech-friendly bank
Good people to grow with
Where every individual is committed
The Name you can Bank Upon
Where service is a way of life
Your Faithful And Friendly Financial Partner
Good people to bank with
The Bank that begins with U
Honours Your Trust
A friend You can Bank Upon
Banking for all
Empowering women, Empowering India
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STATE BANK GROUP


State Bank of India
State Bank of Bikaner & Jaipur
State Bank of Patiala
State Bank of Hyderabad
State Bank of Mysore
State Bank of Travancore

Pure Banking Nothing Else; With you all the way


The Bank with a vision
Blending Modernity with Tradition
You can always bank on us
Working for a better tomorrow
A Long Tradition of Trust

Bandhan Bank

BANKS AND THEIR CHAIRMAN


BANK
Allahabad Bank
Andhra Bank
Bank of Baroda
Bank of India
Bank of Maharashtra
Canara Bank
Central Bank of India
Corporation Bank
Dena Bank
Indian Bank
Indian Overseas Bank
Oriental Bank of Commerce
Punjab National Bank
Punjab & Sind Bank
Syndicate Bank
Union Bank of India
United Bank of India
UCO Bank
Vijaya Bank
IDBI Bank Ltd
Bharatiya Mahila Bank
State Bank Group

CHAIRMAN
Rakesh Sethi
Satish Kumar Kalra
P.S. Jayakumar
M.O. Rego
Sushil Muhnot
Rakesh Sharma
Rajeev Rishi
Sadhu Ram Bansal
Aswini Kumar
Mahesh Kumar Jain
R. Koteeswaran
Animesh Chauhan
Usha Ananthasubramanian
Jatinder Bir Singh
Arun Srivastava
Arun Tiwari
P. Srinivas
Arun Kaul
Kishore Kumar Sansi
Kishore Kharat Piraji
Usha Ananthasubramanian
Arundhati Bhattacharya

BANKS AND THEIR HEADQUARTERS


BANK
Allahabad Bank
Andhra Bank

HEADQUARTER
Kolkata
Hyderabad
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Bank of Baroda
Bank of India
Bank of Maharashtra
Canara Bank
Central Bank of India
Corporation Bank
Dena Bank
Indian Bank
Indian Overseas Bank
Oriental Bank of Commerce
Punjab National Bank
Punjab & Sind Bank
Syndicate Bank
Union Bank of India
United Bank of India
UCO Bank
Vijaya Bank
IDBI Bank Ltd
Bharatiya Mahila Bank

Mumbai
Mumbai
Pune
Bangalore
Mumbai
Mangalore
Mumbai
Chennai
Chennai
New Delhi
New Delhi
New Delhi
Manipal
Mumbai
Kolkata
Kolkata
Bangalore
Mumbai
New Delhi

STATE BANK GROUP


State Bank of India
State Bank of Bikaner & Jaipur
State Bank of Patiala
State Bank of Hyderabad
State Bank of Mysore
State Bank of Travancore

Mumbai
Jaipur
Punjab
Hyderabad
Bangalore
Thiruvananthapuram

NATIONAL PARKS AND STATES


NATIONAL PARK
Campbell Bay National Park
Galathea National Park
Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park
Middle Button Island National Park
Mount Harriet National Park
North Button Island National Park
Rani Jhansi Marine National Park
Saddle Peak National Park
South Button Island National Park

STATE
Andaman and
Nicobar Islands

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Papikonda National Park


Sri Venkateswara National Park
Mouling National Park
Namdapha National Park
Dibru-Saikhowa National Park
Kaziranga National Park
Manas National Park
Nameri National Park
Orang National Park
Valmiki National Park
Indravati National Park
Kanger Ghati National Park
Mollem National Park
Blackbuck National Park, Velavadar
Gir Forest National Park
Marine National Park, Gulf of Kutch
Vansda National Park
Kalesar National Park
Sultanpur National Park
Pin Valley National Park
Great Himalayan National Park
Dachigam National Park
Hemis National Park
Kishtwar National Park
Salim Ali National Park
Betla National Park
Hazaribagh National Park
Bandipur National Park
Bannerghatta National Park (Bannerghatta
Biological Park)
Kudremukh National Park
Nagarhole National Park
Eravikulam National Park
Mathikettan Shola National Park
Periyar National Park
Silent Valley National Park
Bandhavgarh National Park
Kanha National Park
Madhav National Park
Mandla Plant Fossils National Park
Panna National Park
Pench National Park
Sanjay National Park
Satpura National Park
Van Vihar National Park
Chandoli National Park
Gugamal National Park
Navegaon National Park
Sanjay Gandhi National Park

Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh
Assam

Bihar
Chhattisgarh
Goa
Gujarat

Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu and
Kashmir
Jharkhand
Karnataka

Kerala

Madhya Pradesh

Maharashtra

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Tadoba National Park


Keibul Lamjao National Park
Sirohi National Park
Balphakram National Park
Nokrek National Park
Murlen National Park
Phawngpui Blue Mountain National Park
Ntangki National Park
Bhitarkanika National Park
Nandankanan Zoological Park
Simlipal National Park
Harike Wetland
Darrah National Park
Desert National Park
Keoladeo National Park
Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary
Ranthambore National Park
Sariska Tiger Reserve
Khangchendzonga National Park
Guindy National Park
Gulf of Mannar Marine National Park
Indira Gandhi Wildlife Sanctuary and
National Park
Mudumalai National Park
Mukurthi National Park
Palani Hills National Park
Kasu Brahmananda Reddy National Park
Mahavir Harina Vanasthali National Park
Mrugavani National Park
Dudhwa National Park
Gangotri National Park
Jim Corbett National Park
Nanda Devi National Park
Rajaji National Park
Valley of Flowers National Park
Buxa Tiger Reserve
Gorumara National Park
Jaldapara National Park
Neora Valley National Park
Singalila National Park
Sundarbans National Park

Manipur
Meghalaya
Mizoram
Nagaland
Odisha
Punjab
Rajasthan

Sikkim
Tamil Nadu

Telangana
Uttar Pradesh
Uttarakhand

West Bengal

WILDLIFE SANCTUARIES AND STATES


NAME

STATE
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Spike Island Wildlife Sanctuary


Defence Island Wildlife Sanctuary
Barren Island Wildlife Sanctuary
Paget Island
Narcondum Island
Swamp Island
James Island
Reef Island
Bluff Island
Sir Huge Rose Island
Nelapattu Bird Sanctuary
Nagarjunsagar-Srisailam Tiger
Reserve
Gundla Brahmeswaram Wildlife
Sanctuary
Kolleru Lake
Papikonda Wildlife Sanctuary
Sri Venkateswara National Park
Pulicat Lake Bird Sanctuary
Coringa Wildlife Sanctuary
Krishna Wildlife Sanctuary
Pakhui Tiger Reserve
Dibang Wildlife Sanctuary
Kamlang Wildlife Sanctuary
Itanagar Wildlife Sanctuary
Sessa Orchid Sanctuary
Kane Wildlife Sanctuary
Talley Valley Wildlife Sanctuary
Bornadi Wildlife Sanctuary[3]
Dipor Bil
Garampani Wildlife Sanctuary
Hoollongapar Gibbon Sanctuary
Sonai Rupai Wildlife Sanctuary
Laokhowa Wildlife Sanctuary
Barela Salim Ali Zubba Saheni
Wildlife Sanctuary
Gautam Budha Wildlife Sanctuary
Kanwar Lake Bird Sanctuary
Nakti Dam Wildlife Sanctuary
Rajgir Wildlife Sanctuary
Udaypur Wildlife Sanctuary
Valmikinagar Wildlife Sanctuary
Sukhna
Achanakmar Wildlife Sanctuary
Bhairamgarh Wildlife Sanctuary
Bhagwan Mahavir
Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary
Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary
Marine National Park, Gulf of Kutch

Andaman and Nicobar Islands

Andhra Pradesh

Arunachal Pradesh

Assam

Bihar

Chandigarh
Goa
Gujarat

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Nal Sarovar
Rupi Bhabha Sanctuary
Kugti Wildlife Sanctuary
Karakoram Wildlife Sanctuary
Kanji Wildlife Sanctuary
Surinsar-Mansar
Baltal
Changtang Wildlife Sanctuary
Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary
Gautam Budha Wildlife Sanctuary
Hazaribagh Wildlife Sanctuary
Mahuadand Wildlife Sanctuary
Ghataprabha Bird Sanctuary
Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary
Brahmagiri Wildlife Sanctuary
Cauvery Wildlife Sanctuary
Ranganthittu Bird Sanctuary
Ranibennur Blackbuck Sanctuary
Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary
Chimmony Wildlife sanctuary
Idukki
Thattekkad Bird Sanctuary
Bori Wildlife Sanctuary
Bagdara Wildlife Sanctuary
Gandhi Sagar Sanctuary
Pachmarhi Sanctuary
Kuno Wildlife Sanctuary
Ratapani Tiger Reserve
Snajay-Dubri Wildlife Sanctuary
Singhori Wildlife Sanctuary
Melghat
Tadoba Andhari Tiger Project
Koyna Wildlife Sanctuary
Chandoli National Park
Phansad Wildlife Sanctuary
Bor
Wainganga
Dampa Tiger Reserve
Intanki
Chilika Bird Sanctuary
Nalbana Bird Sanctuary
Debrigarh Wildlife Sanctuary
Ushakothi
Abohar
Harike Lake
Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary
Baretha
Chambal
Jaswant Sagar Wildlife Sanctuary

Himachal Pradesh
Jammu and Kashmir

Jharkhand

Karnataka

Kerala

Madhya Pradesh

Maharashtra

Mizoram
Nagaland
Odisha

Punjab
Rajasthan

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Keladevi Wildlife Sanctuary


Kumbhalgarh
Nahargarh
Sawai Mansingh
Sundha Mata
Van Vihar
Point Calimere
Pulicat Lake Bird Sanctuary
Nagarjunsagar-Srisailam Tiger
Reserve
Asan Bradge Bird Watching
Chandra Prabha Wildlife Sanctuary
Chilla
Kaimoor Sanctuary
Katarniaghat Wildlife Sanctuary
Ranipur Sanctuary
Sohagi Barwa Sanctuary
Kishanpur Wildlife Sanctuary
Hastinapur Sanctuary
Mahavir Swamy
Nawabganj
Okhla Bird Sanctuary
Sandi Bird Sanctuary
Askot Musk Deer Sanctuary
Valley of Flowers National Park
Govind Pashu Vihar Wildlife
Sanctuary
Kedarnath Wild Life Sanctuary
Buxa Tiger Reserve
Murti Wildlife

Tamil Nadu
Telangana
Uttar Pradesh

Uttarakhand

West Bengal

SCHEMES LAUNCHED BY PRIME MINISTER


PRADHAN MANTRI SURAKSHA BIMA YOJANA
Eligibility age group 18-70 having saving bank account can be enrolled under scheme.
Premium rs 12 per annum
Payment mode through saving bank account of the subscriber
Insurance cover - for accidental death- rs 2 lakh, for partial disability rs 1 lakh
PRADHAN MANTRI JEEVAN JYOTI BIMA YOJANA
Eligibility age group 18-50 having saving bank account can be enrolled under scheme.
Premium rs 330 per annum
Payment mode through saving bank account of the subscriber
Insurance cover - for rs 2 lakh in case of death due to any reason
ATAL PENSION YOJANA
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Purpose pension
Age minimum 18 years and maximum 40 years
Fixed pension Rs 1000 to Rs 5000 per month at the age of 60 years
Contribution depends upon your age
Government contribution 50% of your contribution or Rs 1000, whichever is lower
Saving bank account is mandatory
ATAL MISSION FOR REJUVENATION AND URBAN TRANSFORMATION (AMRUT) AND SMART
CITIES
Project scope- 100 smart Cities and 500 cities for AMRUT
Central allocation Rs 48000 crore for smart cities and Rs 50000 crore for AMRUT
Period 5 years
Smart cities to be selected through City Challenge Competition
AMRUT will cover all cities with population more than 1 lakh and above
SKILL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
It will provide training and skill development to 500 million youth of our country by 2020,
covering each and every village.
PRADHAN MANTRI AWAS YOJANA
It is a reformation of the scheme Housing for All.
The aim of this scheme is to construct more than two crore houses across the length and
bredth of the nation.
The target beneficiaries of the scheme would be poor and people living under EWS and LIG
categories in urban establishments of the country.
The government would provide an interest subsidy of 6.5% on housing loans availed by the
beneficiaries for a period of 15 years from the start of loan.
The houses under Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana would be allotted to preferably the female
member of the family.
DIGITAL INDIA
Aim To ensure the government services are made available to citizens electronically.
Digital India has three core components. These includeThe creation of digital infrastructure, Delivering services digitally, Digital literacy
The project is slated for completion by 2019.
Monitored and Controlled by - Ministry of Communications and IT
9 Key points of Digital India Programme are as follow1. Broadband Highways
2. Universal Access to Phones
3. Public Internet Access Programme
4. e-Governance Reforming government through Technology
5. e-Kranti Electronic delivery of services
6. Information for All
7. Electronics Manufacturing Target NET ZERO Imports
8. IT for Jobs
9. Early Harvest Programmes
HERITAGE CITY DEVELOPMENT AND AUGMENTED YOJANA
Amount allocated Rs 500 Crore
City allocated 12 cities (namely, Ajmer, Amaravati,(Andhra Pradesh), Amritsar, Badami,
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Dwarka, Gaya, Kanchipuram, Mathura, Puri, Varanasi, Velankanni and Warangal).


Aim To bring together urban planning, economic growth and heritage conservation in an
inclusive manner to preserve the heritage character of each Heritage City.
SUKANYA SAMRIDDHI ACCOUNT YOJANA
Investment type- small deposit account
Where post office and selected banks
Max number of account- 1 account per girl
Max number of accounts per family max. 2 girl child
Age from birth till 10 years of girl child
Min. deposit Rs 1000/ per year, further multiple of rs 100
Max. deposit 1.5 lakh/year
Interest rate 9.1% of financial year 2014-15. it will change every year
Partial withdrawl 50% allowed at the age of 18 years of girl
Maturity 21 years from the date of account open or marriage, whichever is earlier
PAHAL SCHEME
Aim - to bring transparency and terminate pilferage from distribution of funds sponsored by
Central Government of India.
MICRO UNITS DEVELOPMENT AND REFINANCE AGENCY LTD (MUDRA) BANK
Regulate the lender and the borrower of microfinance and bring stability to the microfinance
system through regulation and inclusive participation.
MUDRA Bank has rightly classified the borrowers into three segments: the starters, the midstage finance seekers and the next level growth seekers. To address the three segments,
MUDRA Bank has launched three loan instruments:
Shishu: covers loans upto Rs 50,000/Kishor: covers loans above Rs 50,000/- and upto Rs 5 lakh
Tarun: covers loans above Rs 5 lakh and upto Rs 10 lakh
PRADHAN MANTRI JAN DHAN YOJANA
It is the flagship financial inclusion plan of the NDA Government.
All Indian citizens can now avail of a bank account despite the lack of KYC documentation.
These bank accounts are valid for a year within which account holders must furnish proof of
having applied for valid documents required to comply with KYC norms.
Under the scheme:
1. Account holders will be provided zero-balance bank account with RuPay debit card, in
addition to accidental insurance cover of Rs 1 lakh(to be given by 'HDFC Ergo').
2. Those who open accounts by January 26, 2015 over and above the 1 lakh accident, they
will be given life insurance cover of 30,000(to be given by LIC).
3. After Six months of opening of the bank account, holders can avail 5,000 overdraft from
the bank.
BETI BACHAO, BETI PADHAO (SAVE GIRL CHILD, EDUCATE GIRL CHILD)
Its aims is to generate awareness and improving the efficiency of welfare services meant for
women.
The scheme was initiated with an initial corpus of Rs 100 crore.
The Ministry of Women and Child Development will be responsible for budgetary control and
administration of the scheme at the Central level
Madhuri Dixit is the brand ambassador of this scheme.
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SWACHH BHARAT ABHIYAN


For ensuring hygiene, waste management and sanitation across the nation Swachh Bharat
Mission launched.
This will be tribute to Mahatma Gandhi on his 150th birth anniversary to be celebrated in the
year 2019.
It aims to provide every rural family with a toilet by 2019.
It is expected to cost over 62000 crore.
Fund sharing between the Central Government and the State Government and Urban Local
Bodies (ULBs) is 75%:25% (90% : 10% for North Eastern and special category states).
Modi selected 9 public figures to propagate this campaign.

STATES AND CHIEF MINISTERS


STATE
Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Chhattisgarh
Delhi (NCT)
Goa
Gujarat
Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu and Kashmir
Jharkhand
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Manipur
Meghalaya
Mizoram
Nagaland
Odisha
Puducherry (UT)
Punjab
Rajasthan
Sikkim
Tamil Nadu
Telangana
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
Uttarakhand

CHIEF MINISTER
Nara Chandrababu Naidu
Nabam Tuki
Tarun Gogoi
Nitish Kumar
Raman Singh
Arvind Kejriwal
Laxmikant Parsekar
Anandiben Patel
Manohar Lal
Virbhadra Singh
Mufti Mohammad Sayeed
Raghubar Das
Siddaramaiah
Oommen Chandy
Shivraj Singh Chouhan
Devendra Fadnavis
Okram Ibobi Singh
Mukul Sangma
Lal Thanhawla
T.R. Zeliang
Naveen Patnaik
N. Rangasamy
Parkash Singh Badal
Vasundhara Raje
Pawan Kumar Chamling
J. Jayalalithaa
K. Chandrasekhar Rao
Manik Sarkar
Akhilesh Yadav
Harish Rawat
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West Bengal

Mamata Banerjee

STATES AND GOVERNORS


STATE
Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Chhattisgarh
Goa
Gujarat
Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu and Kashmir
Jharkhand
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Manipur
Meghalaya
Mizoram
Nagaland
Odisha
Punjab
Rajasthan
Sikkim
Tamil Nadu
Telangana
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
Uttarakhand
West Bengal

GOVERNOR
E.S Lakshmi Narasimhan
J.P. Rajkhowa
Padmanabha Balakrishna Acharya (Add. Charge)
Ram Nath Kovind
Balramji Dass Tandon
Smt. Mridula Sinha
Om Prakash Kohli
Prof. Kaptan Singh Solanki
Acharya Dev Vrat
N. N. Vohra
Mati Droupadi Murmu
Vajubhai Vala
Justice (Retd.) Palaniswamy Sathasivam
Ram Naresh Yadav
Chennamaneni Vidyasagar Rao
Dr. Syed Ahmed
V. Shanmuganthan
Lt. General (Retd.) Nirbhay Sharma
Padmanabha Balakrishna Acharya
Dr. S. C. Jamir
Kaptan Singh Solanki
Kalyan Singh
Niwas Dadasaheb Patil
Dr. K. Rosaiah
E.S Lakshmi Narasimhan (Add. Charge)
Tathagata Roy
Ram Naik
Dr. Krishan Kant Paul
Keshari Nath Tripathi

NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS


POWER STATION
Tarapur Atomic Power Station
Rajasthan Atomic Power Station
Kakrapar Atomic Power Station
Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant

LOCATION
Tarapur
Rawatbhata
Kakrapar
Kudankulam

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STATE
Maharashtra
Rajasthan
Gujarat
Tamil Nadu

Kaiga Nuclear Power Plant


Madras Atomic Power Station
Narora Atomic Power Station
Gorakhpur Atomic Power Station

Kaiga
Kalpakkam
Narora
Fatehabad

Karnataka
Tamil Nadu
Uttar Pradesh
Haryana

LOCATION
Mundra
Jamani Palli
Trombay
Birsinghpur

STATE
Gujarat
Chhattisgarh
Maharastra
Madhya Pradesh

Sarni
Ukai dam
Dahanu
Chachai
Warora
Angul
Talcher
Hirakud
Durlavpur
Farakka

Madhya Pradesh
Gujarat
Maharastra
Madhya Pradesh
Maharastra
Odisha
Odisha
Odisha
West Bengal
West Bengal

Chandrapura

Jharkhand

Budge Budge
Palatana-Udaipur
Durgapur
Bokaro
Durgapur
Titagarh
Rihand Nagar
Shaktinagar

West Bengal
Tripura
West Bengal
Jharkhand
West Bengal
West Bengal
Uttar Pradesh
Uttar Pradesh

Vidyutnagar
Anpara
Assan
Obra
Kota
Rosa
Unchahar

Uttar Pradesh
Uttar Pradesh
Haryana
Uttar Pradesh
Rajasthan
Uttar Pradesh
Uttar Pradesh

Parichha
Panki

Uttar Pradesh
Uttar Pradesh

THERMAL POWER PLANTS


NAME
Mundra Thermal Power Station
Korba Super Thermal Power Plant
Trombay Thermal Power Station
Sanjay Gandhi Thermal Power
Station
Satpura Thermal Power Station
Ukai Thermal Power Station
Dahanu Thermal Power Station
Amarkantak Thermal Power Station
Wardha Warora Power Plant
Angul Thermal Power Station
Talcher Thermal Power Station
Hirakud Captive Power Plant
Mejia Thermal Power Station
Farakka Super Thermal Power
Station
Chandrapura Thermal Power
Station
Budge Budge Thermal Power Plant
ONGC Tripura Power Company
Durgapur Thermal Power Station
Bokaro Thermal Power Station
Durgapur Thermal Power Station
Titagarh Thermal Power Station
Rihand Thermal Power Station
Singrauli Super Thermal Power
Station
NTPC Dadri
Anpara Thermal Power Station
Panipat Thermal Power Station
Obra Thermal Power Station
Kota Super Thermal Power Plant
Rosa Thermal Power Plant
Feroj Gandhi Unchahar Thermal
Power Plant
Parichha Thermal Power Station
Panki Thermal Power Station

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Rajghat Power Station


Faridabad Thermal Power Station
Simhapuri Thermal Power Station
Neyveli Zero Lignite Power Station

Rajghat
Faridabad
Krishnapattanam
Neyveli

HYDRO POWER PLANTS


STATION
Tehri Dam
Koteshwar dam
Nathpa Jhakri
Pong
Chamera Dam
Salal Hydroelectric Power Station
Uri Hydroelectric Project
Dulhasti
Dhauliganga-I
Baira Suil
Sewa
Nimmo-Bazgo
Chutak
Parbati Hydroelectric Project
Kishanganga Hydroelectric Project
Srisailam Dam
Sharavathi
Kalinadi
Nagarjuna Sagar
Idukki
Mettur Dam
Koyna
Sardar Sarovar
Indira Sagar
Omkareshwar
Bansagar Dam
Ghatghar Pumped Storage
Mulshi Dam
Bargi Dam
Madikheda Dam
Jayakwadi Dam
Balimela Power Station
Hirakud Dam
Upper Kolab Power Station
Sindol Complex Power Station
Teesta-V
Penchat

STATE
Uttarakhand
Uttarakhand
Himachal Pradesh
Himachal Pradesh
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Jammu & Kashmir
Jammu & Kashmir
Uttarakhand
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Jammu & Kashmir
Jammu & Kashmir
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Andhra Pradesh,Telangana
Karnataka
Karnataka
AP, TS
Kerala
Tamil Nadu
Maharashtra
Gujarat
Madhya Pradesh
Madhya Pradesh
Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Maharashtra
Madhya Pradesh
Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Odisha
Odisha
Odisha
Odisha
Sikkim
Jharkhand

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Delhi
Haryana
Andhra Pradesh
Tamil Nadu

Loktak
Rangit
Lower Subansiri Hydroelectric
Power Project
Khuga Dam
Umiam-Umtru Hydroelectric Power
Project

Manipur
Sikkim
Arunachal Pradesh
Manipur
Meghalaya

FDI IN INDIA
RECENT POLICY MEASURES
100% FDI allowed in medical devices
FDI cap increased in insurance & sub-activities from 26% to 49%
100% FDI allowed in the telecom sector.
100% FDI in single-brand retail.
FDI in commodity exchanges, stock exchanges & depositories, power exchanges, petroleum refining
by PSUs, courier services under the government route has now been brought under the automatic
route.
Removal of restriction in tea plantation sector.
FDI limit raised to 74% in credit information & 100% in asset reconstruction companies.
FDI limit of 26% in defence sector raised to 49% under Government approval route. Foreign Portfolio
Investment up to 24% permitted under automatic route. FDI beyond 49% is also allowed on a case to
case basis with the approval of Cabinet Committee on Security.
Construction, operation and maintenance of specified activities of Railway sector opened to 100%
foreign direct investment under automatic route.
SECTORS WITH RESTRICTIONS
SECTORS WHERE FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT IS PROHIBITED :
Lottery Business including Government /private lottery, online lotteries, etc.
Gambling and Betting including casinos etc.
Chit funds
Nidhi company-(borrowing from members and lending to members only).
Trading in Transferable Development Rights (TDRs)
Real Estate Business (other than construction development) or Construction of Farm Houses
Manufacturing of Cigars, cheroots, cigarillos and cigarettes, of tobacco or of tobacco substitutes
Activities / sectors not open to private sector investment e.g. Atomic Energy and Railway Transport
(other than construction, operation and maintenance of (i) Suburban corridor projects through PPP,
(ii) High speed train projects, (iii) Dedicated freight lines, (iv) Rolling stock including train sets, and
locomotives/coaches manufacturing and maintenance facilities, (v) Railway Electrification, (vi)
Signaling systems, (vii) Freight terminals, (viii) Passenger terminals, (ix) Infrastructure in industrial
park pertaining to railway line/sidings including electrified railway lines and connectivities to main
railway line and (x) Mass Rapid Transport Systems.)
Services like legal, book keeping, accounting & auditing.

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SECTORS WITH CAPS


Petroleum Refining by PSU (49%).
Teleports (setting up of up-linking HUBs/Teleports),Direct to Home (DTH), Cable Networks (Multisystem operators (MSOs) operating at national, state or district level and undertaking upgradation of
networks towards digitalization and addressability), Mobile TV and Headend-in-the-Sky Broadcasting
Service (HITS) (74%).
Cable Networks (49%).
Broadcasting content services- FM Radio (26%), uplinking of news and current affairs TV channels
(26%).
Print Media dealing with news and current affairs (26%).
Air transport services- scheduled air transport (49%), non-scheduled air transport (74%).
Ground handling services Civil Aviation (74%).
Satellites- establishment and operation (74%).
Private security agencies (49%).
Private Sector Banking- Except branches or wholly owned subsidiaries (74%).
Public Sector Banking (20%).
Commodity exchanges (49%).
Credit information companies (74%).
Infrastructure companies in securities market (49%).
Insurance and sub-activities (49%).
Power exchanges (49%).
Defence (49% above 49% to CCS).
SECTORS REQUIRING CENTRAL GOVERNMENT APPROVAL
Tea sector, including plantations 100%.
Mining and mineral separation of titanium-bearing minerals and ores, its value addition and
integrated activities -100%.
FDI in enterprise manufacturing items reserved for small scale sector 100%.
Defence up to 49% under FIPB/CCEA approval, beyond 49% under CCS approval (on a case-tocase basis, wherever it is likely to result in access to modern and state-of-the-art technology in the
country).
Teleports (setting up of up-linking HUBs/Teleports), Direct to Home (DTH), Cable Networks (Multisystem operators operating at National or State or District level and undertaking upgradation of
networks towards digitalization and addressability), Mobile TV and Headend-in-the Sky Broadcasting
Service(HITS) beyond 49% and up to 74%.
Broadcasting Content Services: uplinking of news and current affairs channels 26%, uplinking of
non-news and current affairs TV channels 100%.
Publishing/printing of scientific and technical magazines/specialty journals/periodicals 100%.
Print media: publishing of newspaper and periodicals dealing with news and current affairs- 26%,
Publication of Indian editions of foreign magazines dealing with news and current affairs- 26%.
Terrestrial Broadcasting FM (FM Radio) 26%.
Publication of facsimile edition of foreign newspaper 100%.
Airports brownfield beyond 74%.
Non-scheduled air transport service beyond 49% and up to 74%.
Ground-handling services beyond 49% and up to 74%.
Satellites 74%.
Private securities agencies 49%.
Telecom-beyond 49%.
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Single brand retail beyond 49%.


Asset reconstruction company beyond 49% and up to 100%
Banking private sector (other than WOS/Branches) beyond 49% and up to 74%, public sector
20%.
Pharmaceuticals brownfield 100%.

CROPS AND SEASONS IN INDIA


In India there are mainly three seasons:
KHARIF CROPS
Kharif Crops are sown at the beginning of the south-west monsoon and harvested at the end
of the south-west monsoon.
Sowing seasons-May to July
Harvesting season-September to October
Important crops: Jowar, bajra, rice, maize, cotton, groundnut, jute, hemp, sugarcane, tobacco,
ete.
RABI CROPS
Rabi Crops need relatively cool climate during the period of growth but warm climate during
the germination of their seed and maturation.
Sowing season-october-December
Harvesting season-February-April
Important crops: wheat, barley, gram, linseed, mus-tard, masoor, pea~ and potatoes.
ZAID CROPS
Besides the kharif and rabi crops, there are certain crops which are being raised throughout
the year due to artificial irrigation.
Important crops: watermelon, toris, cucumber, leafy and other vegetables.

TOP CREDIT RATING AGENCIES IN INDIA


CRISIL LIMITED
Corporate office Mumbai, Maharashtra.
Establishment 1987
CRISIL headquartered at Mumbai is Indias largest and first credit rating agency; and a global
leader in research, ratings and risk & policy advisory services. It is one of the top credit rating
agency in India which has won many prestigious awards in the credit rating category and had
assessed more than 61000 entities.
CREDIT INFORMATION BUREAU INDIA LIMITED -(CIBIL)
Corporate office Mumbai, Maharashtra Establishment 2000
CIBIL headquartered at Mumbai is an Credit Information Company which maintains records of
an individuals payments related to credit cards and loans. The information about users credit
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cards and loans is later used by the CBIL to generate Credit information reports which are
used to approve loan applications.
FITCH RATINGS INDIA PRIVATE LTD.
Corporate office New York, USA Establishment 1913
Fitch Ratings, a Fitch Group company is a among the top credit rating agencies in India
incorporated in 1913 in New York, USA. Fitch Ratings provides financial information services
in more than 30 countries and has over 2000 employees working at 50+ offices worldwide.
CREDIT ANALYSIS & RESEARCH LTD. (CARE)
Corporate office Mumbai, MaharashtraEstablishment 1993
CARE Ratings is second-largest among the credit rating agencies in India as far as Indian
origin company is concerned. CAREs rating businesses can be divided into various
segments like for banks, IPO grading and sub-sovereigns. Companys shareholders includes
leading domestic banks and financial institutions in India.
ICRA LIMITED
Corporate office Gurgaon, Haryana Establishment 1991
ICRA limited is a joint venture between Moodys Investors and various financial services
companies is a part of ICRA group which was founded in 1991. It is a Credit rating agency
listed on the National Stock Exchange and Bombay Stock Exchange. ICRA has four
subsidiaries ICRA Management Consulting Services Ltd, ICRA Techno Analytics Ltd, ICRA
Online Ltd, PT. ICRA Indonesia and ICRA Lanka Ltd.
ONICRA
Corporate office Gurgaon, Haryana Establishment 1993
Onicra Credit Rating Agency is a Credit and Performance Rating company based in Gurgaon
and founded in 1993. Onicra is among the top 10 credit rating agencies in India offering smart
and innovative solutions like risk assessment, analytical solutions and ratings to MSMEs,
corporate and individuals.
SME RATING AGENCY OF INDIA LTD. (SMERA)
Corporate office -Mumbai, Maharashtra Establishment 2005
SMERA Ratings Ltd a Mumbai based company now expanded to 13 more locations was
founded in year 2005. SMERA a joint venture of SIDBI, several private sector banks in the
country and Dun & Bradstreet Information Services India Pvt. Ltd. (D&B). Since 2005 SMERA
rated over 23,000 MSMEs pan India.

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