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India This Week: 20 October-26 October 2014

India this week is a section provided by Jagranjosh.com to help the students and aspirants of various competitive exams.

Oct 27, 2014 12:12 IST
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India this week is a section provided by Jagranjosh.com to help the students and aspirants of various competitive exams. The segment provides most important events of the week 20 October to 26 October 2014. It will help you to revise and recollect the important news and events just before the exam.

20 October 2014
• Uttarakhand Cabinet approved reconstruction of Kedarnath temple area
• Border haat opened in Tripura
• Union Government constituted Vishwanathan committee to provide Bankruptcy code for SMEs

21 October 2014
• India's Chief Hockey Coach Terry Walsh resigned
• BCCI decided to initiate legal proceedings against WI Cricket Board
• India and Nepal signed Power Trade Agreement
• India re-elected to UNHRC for 2015-201
• India became the fourth largest steel maker of the World
• Government ordered merger of NSEL with its holding company FTIL
• Mayank Ashar appointed as MD and CEO of Cairn India
• Police Commemoration Day observed
• Tihar Jail Authority set up e-library for women inmates

22 October 2014
• AIBA provisionally suspended Sarita Devi and her coaches for Asian Games incident

23 October 2014
• Noted freedom fighter Jagdish Sharan Pande died

24 October 2014
• Pankaj Advani won World Billiards Point Format Championship
• J&K Minister Sham Lal Sharma resigned
• Ashwika Kapur won 2014 Panda Award for her film on a Kakapo parrot

25 October 2014
• Union MoD cleared the deal worth 8000 crore rupees to buy anti tank missiles from Israel
• President Pranab Mukherjee released postage stamp on Anagarika Dharmapala

26 October 2014
• Delhi HC issued notice to AGI to suggest ways to reform the Indian Easement Act of 1882
• Manohar Lal Khattar sworn in as Chief Minister of Haryana
• Jairam Ramesh designated as the head of Future Earth Engagement Committee
• Indian golfer Anirban Lahiri won Venetian Macau Golf Open
• Para-swimmer Sharath Gayakwad broke 28-year old record of P T Usha at Asian Para Games

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