Latest Current Affairs 05th November 2018
Mizoram Assembly polls : Assembly Speaker Hiphei resigns:In Mizoram, the ruling Congress has suffered a big jolt ahead of the assembly polls slated for November 28.
INS Arihant completes first deterrence patrol: Raksha Mantri congratulates Indian armed forces:Raksha Mantri Nirmala Sitharaman congratulated to the Indian armed forces and the entire scientific community on successful completion of first deterrence patrol INS Arihant.
PM Modi : INS Arihant enhances India’s security needs:India’s first indigenous nuclear submarine INS Arihant returned from its first deterrence patrol, successfully completing the establishment of the country’s survivable nuclear triad.
Delhi air to see ‘severe’ deterioration from Monday, warn authorities:Delhi’s air pollution level dipped slightly Saturday but remained in the “very poor” category due to control measures by authorities and stagnant meteorological conditions but officials warned of deterioration in air quality to “severe” levels from Monday.
Sri Lanka: Speaker says opinion of majority members will be accepted:In Sri Lanka, parliament speaker on Monday came down heavily on the President, saying that he will accept the opinion of the majority of members that the changes done in parliament were unconstitutional and against the norms.
A timeline of Iran N-deal ahead of US re-imposing sanctions today:A new set of sanctions on Iranian banking and energy sectors are set to take effect on Monday, as U.S. President Donald Trump seeks to cut oil purchases from the Islamic Republic to zero.
9 out of 12 family members killed in floods in Italy’s Sicily:The severe weather sweeping across Italy has claimed at least 12 more lives on the island of Sicily bringing the overall death toll so far to 29, officials said on Sunday.
India beat West Indies by 5 wickets in first T20 Intl.:India defeated West Indies by five wickets in the first T20 International in Kolkata Sunday.
Can dogs identify Malaria by sniffing? Scientists in Britain think so:Could these dogs be the key to sniffing out malaria on the African continent?
- Latest Current Affairs of 1st November 2018
Assam: Suspected ULFA terrorists shot dead 5 civilians in Tinsukia: In Assam, suspected ULFA terrorists shot dead five civilians near the Dhola-Sadiya bridge in Tinsukia district on Thursday evening. SC extends the deadline for inclusion of names in NRC list
Delhi’s air quality on brink of turning severe: The national capital’s air quality is on the brink of turning severe with continued stubble burning in the adjoining regions and unfavorable meteorological conditions.
J&K: Ceasefire Violation reported in Tangdar Sector: In Jammu and Kashmir, a ceasefire violation has been reported from north Kashmir’s Kupwara district late last night, with Pakistani troops targeting Army’s forward posts and also residential areas along Line of Control in the district.
J&K: Two terrorists killed in Budgam Encounter: In Jammu & Kashmir, two terrorists have been gunned down in an encounter with Security forces Thursday morning.
Cabinet approves the renaming of Jharsuguda Airport Odisha: The Union Cabinet approves the renaming of Jharsuguda Airport Odisha as “Veer Surendra Sai Airport, Jharsuguda” also approves MoU between India and Korea to enhance cooperation in tourism sector.
Maldives’ former President Mohamed Nasheed returns home after 3 yrs exile: In Maldives, former president Mohamed Nasheed returned home today after the exile of around three years.
GST collections cross Rs 1 lakh crore in October: FM Arun Jaitley: The total gross GST revenue collected in the month of October 2018 is Rs. 100,710 crore. Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley says the success of GST is lower rates, lesser evasion, higher compliance, only one tax and negligible interference by taxation authorities.
India beat West Indies by 9 wickets, win series 3-1: India defeated West Indies by nine wickets in the final One-day International to win the five-match series 3-1 in Thiruvananthapuram on Thursday.