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Current Affairs 22nd August 2017
- US based Indian doctor discovers new way to prevent sepsis in new born babies. A team of scientists from United States of America (USA) has discovered an inexpensive prevention technique (therapy) against sepsis in newborn babies.
- FDI jumps 37% to $10.4 billion during April to June this year. The Foreign direct investment (FDI) into the country grew by 37 percent to USD 10.4 billion during the first quarter of the current financial year.
- India becomes largest 2 wheeler market for Honda globally beating Indonesia.
- Donald Trump wants India to help the US in Afghanistan.
- Cloud seeding begins in Karnataka. The cloud seeding experiment taken up at cost of Rs.35 crore, called Project Varshadhari, began on Monday.
- President of India presents Colours to all five Ladakh Scouts Battalions. The President of India, Shri Ram Nath Kovindpresented Colours to all five Ladakh Scouts Battalions and the Ladakh Scouts Regimental Centre.
- Google Android 8.0 Oreo is now official. Google Android 8.0 Oreo, the next version of the mobile OS has been officially announced for the world. Google announced the Android Oreo name.
- UK scientists create world’s smallest surgical robot to start a hospital revolution. British scientists have developed the world’s smallest surgical robot which could transform everyday operations for tens of thousands of patients.