Latest Current Affairs 02nd December 2019

India and Sweden ink 3 agreements :India and Sweden ink 3 agreements in the fields of polar research, science and technology and sea-faring in the presence of President Ram Nath Kovind and Swedish Royal couple; King Karl 16th Gustaf and Queen of Sweden call on PM Modi, discuss ways to deepen ties as well as strengthen innovation connect.

Jharkhand Assembly Polls: Campaigning picks up pace:Campaigning picks up in poll bound Jharkand for the second phase; BJP president Amit Shah holds two rallies , mounts attack on Congress, questions Congress rule of 70 years; Rahul Gandhi holds rally in Simdega, reiterates loan waiver promise.

PM Modi congratulates 26/11’s Israeli survivor Moshe on his coming of age ceremony:Prime Minister Modi writes an emotional message to 26/11’s Israeli survivor Moshe on his coming of age ceremony; PM Modi describes his story as a “miracle” which continues to “inspire” everyone; recalls his meeting with Moshe in 2017.

Lok Sabha passes Taxation Laws (Amendment) Bill with 4 govt amendments:Lok Sabha passes Taxation Laws (Amendment) Bill with 4 govt amendments; Bill aims at reducing corporate taxes; Parliament passes bill to ban e-cigarettes; BJP demands apology from Congress leader Adhir Ranjan for his controversial remarks.

NEET 2020: Application registration process begins :The NEET 2020 application registration process for May examination will began on Monday.

21 officers from Nepal begin training on Anti Money Laundering & Countering Financing of Terrorism at NACIN:The third group of 21 officers of the Government of Nepal have started their 6 day training on ‘Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism’ at the National Academy of Customs, Indirect Taxes and Narcotics (NACIN) in Faridabad from Monday.

NABI, Mohali & Bioendev, Sweden set up joint ‘Waste to Bio Coal’ project :‘To convert Agriculture waste to Bio Coal’ is a project established by the support of the Office of Principal Scientific Adviser to the Government of India at National Agri-Food Biotechnology Institute, Mohali in partnership with Bioendev, Sweden.

Hyderabad rape case: Leaders across party lines express grave concern :Leaders cutting across party lines express grave concern at the Hyderabad rape case in both houses of parliament condemning the incident; Rajya Sabha Chairman says No mercy should be given to rapists, Defence  Minister Rajnath Singh says the case has brought shame to the entire nation.

Protests continue over Hyderabad rape case :Protests continue in Hyderabad demanding justice to the family of rape victim.  People thronged  the streets to protest the heinous crime demanding strict action against the rapists.

PM Modi holds meeting with King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden:Prime Minister Narendra Modi holds meeting with King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden at Hyderabad House in New Delhi.

Heavy rains disrupt normal life in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry:India Meteorological Department (IMD) has forecast heavy rain in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry during the next 24 hours.

Intensified Mission Indradhanush 2.0 to be launched today:Centre will launch the Intensified Mission Indradhanush (IMI) 2.0 across the country today.

Last date for withdrawal of nominations for 4th phase of polls in Jharkhand:Campaigning for the second and third phase has intensified for assembly polls in Jharkhand

King, Queen of Sweden arrive in Delhi on five-day India visit:King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia of Sweden arrived here on Monday on a five-day India visit.

India becomes 1st country to make entire Haj process digital:India has become the first country to make the entire process for pilgrims going on Haj completely digital.

Nepal: Ruling Nepal Communist Party wins maximum seats in By Poll:In Nepal, ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) has won 30 seats in the by poll held on Saturday to elect 52 people’s representatives.

Bangladesh to start online news portal registration from next week: Information Minister:The process of registration of online news portal in Bangladesh will start next week Talking to media persons in Dhaka on Monday, Information Minister Hasan Mahmud said that the government has received a total of 3,595 application for registration, which were forwarded to the home ministry for verification.

Hong Kong Police fire tear gas as thousands took to streets:In Hong Kong, after relative calm for past one week since local elections, thousands protests followed by a march  to the U.S. consulate apparently to show “gratitude” for US support for the demonstrations; Police uses tear gas and several arrested.

50 children killed by measles in Samoa as outbreak worsens:A measles outbreak in Samoa has killed 50 children as authorities race to vaccinate the entire population.

Cabinet Secretary reviews issue of Onion Prices in the Country:Cabinet Secretary Rajiv Gauba on Monday chaired a meeting of the Committee of Secretaries to review the issue of rising prices of Onions across the country.

13th South Asian Games: India wins 14 medals including 3 Gold on first day:India won 14 medals including 3 gold, 8 silver and 3 bronze on the first day of 13th South Asian Games.

South Asian Games: India opens medal account with 4 medals including one Gold in Triathlon:India opened its medal account in the 13th South Asian Games (SAG) with one gold, two silver and a bronze in the triathlon event on the opening day of competitions in Pokhara, Nepal on Monday.

Government’s flagship scheme Mission Indradhanush 2.0 begins:Mission Indradhanush 2.0 begins  from Monday; The government’s flagship scheme is aimed at immunizing children under the age of 2 years and pregnant women.

Elizabeth I revealed as the translator of Tacitus into English:Elizabeth I, one of England’s best-loved monarchs, has been revealed to be the translator behind an English version of an ancient text by Tacitus who described the high politics, treachery and debauchery of the Roman elite.

Upcoming Author Bobby Sachdeva releases his first book “Stories of Us”:A storyteller by choice and a businessman by profession, Bobby Sachdeva is coming up with his first book “Stories of Us”.

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