Current affairs for month of November 2015

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Current affairs for month of November 2015

ACHIEVERS IAS ACADEMY, BANGALORE

TOP NEWS, 17 NOV, 2015 :

  1. G-20 to combat terrorism and tackle uneven global economic growth unitedly and India calls for non-discriminatory and transparent global trading system.
  2. Suspected mastermind of friday’s Paris terror attacks identified as Belgian national.
  3. India and China to deepen defence ties, maintain peace at Line of Actual Control (LAC) and strengthen cooperation against terror.
  4. Odisha government implements National Food Security Act in 14 out of 30 districts covering over 26 lakh families.
  5. Australian pacer Michel Johnson announces retirement from all forms of International cricket.
  6. President Pranab Mukherjee says prestigious awards are public recognition of talent, merit and hard work and be valued.
  7. Tamilnadu government announces 500 crores rupees as immediate relief measures for the people affected by recent heavy rains.

 

ACHIEVERS IAS ACADEMY, BANGALORE

TOP NEWS 27 NOV 2015 :

  1. Winter Session of Parliament begins with a debate on Constitution in Lok Sabha.
  2. Prime Minister says discussion, debate and conversations are soul of Parliament; Expresses confidence of getting supports all MPs for smooth proceedings of the houses.
  3. Home Minister Rajnath Singh says, misuse of the word secularism creates tension in society; Congress President Sonia Gandhi alleges, ideals and Principles of Constitution under threat.
  4. Opposition parties TMC, BSP and NCP to support Goods and Services Tax bill.
  5. Nuclear capable, Surface-to-surface missile Prithvi-II successfully test-fired at Chandipur, Odisha.
  6. No sale of liquor in Bihar from 1st April next year.
  7. Sri Lankan Navy arrest 15 Tamil fishermen near Delft Island and coast of Thalaimannar.
  8. Punjab state Congress President Partap Singh Bajwa resigns.
  9. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley says Prime Minister willing to speak to everyone to get the GST Bill passed.
  10. Russia warns wide ranging economic sanctions against Turkey; France and Russia also agree to coordinate strikes against Islamic State terrorists.
  11. Chief Justice of India calls for close co operation between Bar and Bench to reduce pendency and delays.

 

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