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Current Affairs Recap of the Day: 3 November 2015

Nov 3, 2015 18:32 IST

Jagranjosh.com brings the One Liners in new avatar which intends to provide the readers a tool to recap and revise the important current affairs of the day in bulleted form. This will be very useful for the aspirants in their preparation for different competitive exams like IAS/PCS, SSC, Bank, MBA and etc.

  • He resigned as the Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Indian Premier League on 3 November 2015 - Sundar Raman
  • This project of Google approved by the Union government provides internet via balloons – Project Loon
  • They were named Best Swimmers of the 69th senior National Aquatic Championships 2015 that concluded in Rajkot on 2 November 2015 – Mana Patel and Virdhawal Khade
  • To recognise the spirit of the persons with disabilities, first international film festival for the persons with disabilities (IFFPD) will be held in Delhi from – 1 December to 3 December 2015
  • To help strengthen bilateral defence tie, the special forces of the US and Nepalese armies on 2 November 2015 launched a month-long joint military training codenamed – Balance Nail 16-01
  • The Meghalaya High Court on 2 November 2015 asked the Union government to enforce the Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act, (AFSPA) 1958 in – Garo Hills region of the state
  • To protect the endangered Olive Ridley sea turtles that nests along the coast during winters Odisha Government on 2 November 2015 imposed a seven-month ban on fishing along the coast under – Orissa Marine Fishing Regulation Act (OMFRA), 1982 and Wildlife Protection Act, 1972
  • The language which in the first week of November 2015 became the third most common language in the House of Commons of Canada is – Punjabi
  • The international food event that kicked off on 3 November 2015 in the capital city of Meghalaya is – Indigenous Terra Madre
  • The All India Radio's programme on child labour bagged the first prize under the Community Service Announcement category at the – Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union (ABU) Prizes 2015
  • The country which removed knights and dames title from the honour system is – Australia
  • Guinness World Record holder who on 29 October 2015 made a new record by breaking 92 green coconuts within a minute with his elbow – Keshab Swain
  • He was appointed as Managing Director (MD) of Indian unit of Unisys Corporation on 31 October 2015 – Ravikumar Sreedharan
  • An Indian Coast Guard Ship that was commissioned on 1 November 2015 by Vice Admiral Sunil Lanba PVSM at Naval Base in Kochi – ICGS Arinjay
  • Country that launched a Counter-Espionage Public Hotline to report on suspected foreign spies on 1 November 2015 – China
  • The country which in November 2015 unveiled World War –I (WW I) memorial to honour Sikh soldiers – The United Kingdom
  • He was the former Speaker of West Bengal legislative assembly who died on 1 November 2015 – Hashim Abdul Halim
  • The Supreme Court on 2 November 2015 issued notice to the Union government concerning improper implementation of a programme – MGNREGA
  • India’s rank in the Legatum Prosperity Index 2015 released on 2 November 2015 – 99
  • The most prosperous country in the Legatum Prosperity Index 2015 – Norway
  • China’s central bank on 2 November 2015 devalued Yuan currency by – 0.54 percent
  • Suresh N Patel was appointed as the Managing Director (MD) & Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of this nationalized bank – Andhra Bank

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