Latest Current Affairs 05th October 2019

Monetary assistance to next of kin of battle casualties:Raksha Mantri Shri Rajnath Singh has given in principle approval to enhancement of monetary assistance to Next of Kin of all categories of Battle Casualty from Rs two lakh to Rs eight lakh.

Ashok Tanwar resigns from Congress:In a blow to the Congress party ahead of Haryana Assembly polls, its former state unit chief Ashok Tanwar resigned from the primary membership of the party on Saturday.

Company Secretaries must foster responsible business with larger socio-economic goals: President:President Ram Nath Kovind has said the Company Secretaries must foster responsible business and balance economic objectives with larger socio-economic goals.

10 injured in a grenade attack outside Deputy Commissioner’s office in Anantnag district of J&K:In Jammu and Kashmir, ten persons including two police personnel and a local scribe sustained injuries in a grenade attack on security forces’ post near Deputy Commissioner Office in South Kashmir’s Anantnag district this forenoon.

Myanmar is not safe for Rohingyas to return: UN investigator:A UN report circulated to the UN General Assembly on Friday has said that it is not safe for the Rohingyas to return as Myanmar has failed to dismantle its system of persecution of Rohingyas.

UK PM Johnson will ask for Brexit extension if no deal by Oct. 19:With the clock ticking down to Britain’s departure on October 31, the UK government acknowledged for the first time on Friday that Boris Johnson will send a letter to the EU asking for a Brexit delay if no deal is agreed by 19 October.

Nepal: Festival of Fulpati being celebrated with gaiety and religious fervor:In Nepal, the festival of Fulpati is being celebrated with gaiety and religious fervor today.

Taliban meet US peace envoy for first time since ‘dead’ deal:The Taliban met U.S. peace envoy Zalmay Khalilzad in the Pakistan capital for the first time since US President Donald Trump declared a seemingly imminent peace deal to end Afghanistan’s 18-year war ‘dead’ a month ago.

Vijay Patil elected president of Mumbai Cricket Association:Education baron Vijay Patil and Sanjay Naik were today elected unopposed as President and Secretary of the Mumbai Cricket Association.

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