Daily Current Affairs – October 30 2019

Daily Current Affairs – October 30 2019
Daily Current Affairs – October 30 2019

Daily Current Affairs – October 30 2019

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Nagaland partners with Madhya Pradesh under ‘Ek Bharat, Shreshtha Bharat’

  • Ek Bharat, Shreshtha Bharat’ programme has brought in the states of Nagaland and Madhya Pradesh as one to celebrate the spirit of national integration through a deep and structured engagement between the two states.
  • With Madhya Pradesh as a partner state, Nagaland under this programme has the endeavour of sharing and learning knowledge of culture through various activities undertaken by the nodal department the State directorate of Higher Education along with Art & Culture, Tourism, Industries and Commerce.


First-ever Ladakh Literature Festival begins at Leh Palace

  • The first-ever Ladakh Literature Festival began at the ramparts of historic Leh Palace Ladakh is going to transform as new Union Territory on a literary note with the three- day Ladakh Literature Festival. Already famous with famous scenic beauty tourism spots, Ladakh has a uniqueness to offer to the lovers of literature, art and culture.


7th edition of Tawang Festival

  • In Arunachal Pradesh, the 7th edition of the Tawang Festival began with much fanfare and fervour in Tawang.
  • Chief Minister Pema Khandu on the occasion said that Arunachal Pradesh has huge potential in form of natural resources. With proper planning and investments, the state has the potential to become the most prosperous and happiest states in the country.

Commemorative Coin on Paramahansa Yogananda

  • The Union Minister for Finance & Corporate Affairs Smt. Nirmala Sitharaman released a special commemorative coin on Paramahansa Yogananda to mark his 125th birth anniversary.
  • Ms Sitharaman said, the importance lies in Paramahansa Yogananda’s universal message of bringing harmony among mankind and making it so acceptable globally even when communications modes were limited.


Assamese Bhaona to make an English debut in Abu Dhabi

  • Almost 500 years after saint-reformer Srimanta Sankardeva experimented with the literary language of Brajavali, Assam’s Bhaona has now reached foreign shores in an English avatar.
  • Entertainment played a major role in the neo-Vaishnavite movement that Sankardeva started in Assam. He wrote his prose in Sanskrit but used Assamese and Brajavali to develop Borgeet, a new form of spiritual music, and Bhaona, a mythology-based theatrical performance, and monastic dances that evolved into the classical Sattriya.


‘Bangladesh-India Friendship Dialogue’ at Cox’s Bazar from Nov 1

  • The ninth edition of Bangladesh-India Friendship Dialogue will be held at Cox Bazar in Bangladesh from November 1. The two-day dialogue will cover a wide range of issues like trade and investment, connectivity, technology, energy, regional security, extremism and sustainable development among others. The dialogue aims to draw from learning and experiences in these sectors between India and Bangladesh.

Sri Lankan Cabinet approves MCC grant of 480 million from US

  • Sri Lankan Cabinet has approved the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) grant of 480 million US dollars from the US Government. Earlier, President Maithripala Sirisena had said that he will not approve the deal after the main opposition had raised concerns over the agreement. MCC consists of grant funds for traffic management in Colombo, road construction island-wide and land administration improvements covering the whole country.


Three Indian-origin CEOs in Harvard Business Review

  • Three Indian-origin CEOs have been featured in a list of world’s top 10 best-performing chief executives.’The Best-Performing CEOs in the World, 2019′ list compiled by the Harvard Business Review (HBR) features 100 CEOs and has been topped by American technology company NVIDIA’s CEO Jensen Huang.
  • On the 6th spot is Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen, followed by MasterCard CEO Ajay Banga, ranked 7th and Microsoft chief Satya Nadella on the 9th spot.


Justice Sharad Arvind Bobde appointed as 47th CJI

  • Justice Sharad Arvind Bobde was today appointed as the 47th Chief Justice of India. Justice Bobde will take oath as the CJI on November 18th, a day after incumbent Ranjan Gogoi demits office. He will have a tenure of 17 months and would demit office on April 23rd, 2021


ICC bans Bangladeshi cricketer Shakib Al Hasan

  • In cricket, Bangladesh Test and T20 Captain Shakib Al Hasan has been banned by the International Cricket Council (ICC) from all cricket for two years. One year of the punishment has been suspended after he accepted three charges of breaching the ICC Anti-Corruption Code. This was announced today in a press release issued by the ICC.

Joshna Chinappa crashes out of World Squash Championship


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