Latest Current Affairs 01st December 2019

Heavy rainfall forecasted in Tamil Nadu &  Puducherry:Amid forecast of heavy rainfall in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry for the second day running, educational institutions in both Tamil Nadu and Puducherry have been shut for Monday.

BSF observes its 55th Raising Day:Border Security Force BSF, is observing its 55th Raising Day today. On the occasion, Prime Minister Narendra Modi wished all BSF personnel and their family members.

Kashmir: Huge cache of arms & ammunition recovered in Sopore:In a joint search operation, 32 Rashtriya Rifles, Special Operation Group Rafiabad & 92 battalion of Central Reserve have busted a militant hideout in Dalri forests of Rafiabad.

Jharkhand: Campaigning in full swing for remaining phases of Assembly Polls:Political temperature is soaring in Jharkhand, as leaders continue campaigning with zeal and enthusiasm for the remaining phases.

Tamil Nadu: Rain lashes Chennai, several coastal districts:Vigorous spells of rain have lashed most parts of  Tamil Nadu over the last 2 days; Reports have come in of four lives being lost in rain related incidents so far.

Congress’s Nana PatoleL elected Speaker of Maharashtra Assembly:Congress MLA Nana Patole elected unopposed as Speaker of Maharashtra Assembly; Pro tem speaker Dilip Valse Patil announces Nana Patole’s name.

India, Japan hold first ‘two-plus-two’ dialogue:India and Japan on Saturday held their inaugural foreign and defence ministerial dialogue with an aim to give further momentum to their special strategic partnership, particularly in the maritime domain. Defence Minister Rajnath Singh and External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar led the Indian delegation while the Japanese side was headed by Foreign Minister Toshi-mitsu Motegi and Minister of Defence Taro Kono

Iraqi PM resigns amid anti-government protests:Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi on Saturday submitted his resignation to Parliament amid ongoing anti-government protests in Baghdad and in the southern part of the country.

Waterways workers strike called off in Bangladesh:The waterways workers of Bangladesh called off their strike after government agreed to implement their demands. The decision came after the representatives of workers and owners of the transport services held a long discussion with the government late Saturday night.

GST revenue collection crosses Rs 1 lakh crore in November:GST revenue collection crossed the Rs 1 lakh crore mark after a gap of three months in November with the revenue growing by 6 per cent to Rs 1.03 lakh crore in the month.

Bangladesh sends 621 strong contingent for South Asian Games to Nepal:Bangladesh has sent a 621 member contingent including 470 athletes to participate in the 13th South Asian Games which was formally opened in Nepal on Sunday.

13th South Asian Games formally begins in Kathmandu:13th South Asian Games have formally begun in Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal.

13th SAG:Indian men’s volleyball team to clash with Pakistan in the final:Indian men’s volleyball team will clash with Pakistan in the final of 13th South Asian Games.

Syed Modi Badminton: Saurabh to take on Wang Tzu Wei in final:Indian Shuttler Sourabh Verma will take on Wang Tzu Wei of Taiwan in Men’s Singles final of Syed Modi International Badminton tournament in Lucknow on Sunday.

Indian men’s volleyball team enters into the final of South Asian Games:Indian men’s volleyball team has entered into the final of 13th South Asian Games. In a thrilling first semifinal India defeated Sri Lanka by 3-1 in Kathmandu a short while ago.

World AIDS Day observed across the globe:World AIDS day observed across the globe on Sunday. This year the theme for the World Aids Day 2019 is “Ending the HIV/AIDS Epidemic: Community by Community”.

 

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