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Current Affairs One Liners of the day: 20 October 2017

20 October 2017: The one liner of 13 October covers important current happenings that are relevant to competitive exams. The day’s one liners cover important happenings like  2017 Man Booker Prize, World’s Oldest Warship and Green Platinum Award among others.

Oct 20, 2017 17:14 IST
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20 October 2017: The one liner of 13 October covers important current happenings that are relevant to competitive exams. The day’s one liners cover important happenings like  2017 Man Booker Prize, World’s Oldest Warship and Green Platinum Award among others.

• The two Indian airports ranked one and two respectively in the category of 2-5 million passengers category by ASQ-ACI survey are- Jaipur and Srinagar Airports

• This Sun like star has been named after a Greek mythological character, Titan as it has consumed its own planets- Kronos

• This cricket team that displaced India from rank one at the ICC ODI on 19 October 2017- South Africa

• Lake Baikal, which is undergoing its gravest crisis in recent history, is located in this country- Russia

• Police Commemoration Day is observed on this day- 21 October

• He has appointed as the New Lokyukta of Madhya Pradesh- NK Gupta

• This Indian origin teenager who has become UK's Youngest Millionaire- Akshay Ruparelia

• A platform launched by Food Safety and Standard Authority of India (FSSAI) to use leftover food- IFRA

• US author George Saunders won Britain’s renowned 2017 Man Booker Prize for this book- Lincoln in the Bardo

• This e-retailer has joined hands with Union textile industry to promote handloom- Myntra

• This famous poet has been chosen for the prestigious for Padma Prabha Puraskaram- Prabha Varma

• This lake-known as the world’s deepest- is in peril- Lake Baikal

• This world’s oldest warship took off on its first sail since three years on 20 October 2017- USS Constitution

• This country according to a recently released study has topped the individual list of nations, where people are most at risk of succumbing to pollution-related diseases-India

• This state’s government has launched a new tourism policy with the aim of increasing tourist inflow in the state by two to three folds- Assam

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