India this Week: 30 October to 05 November 2017

Nov 6, 2017 13:08 IST

India this Week 30 October to 05 November 2017 provided by is prepared with an intention help the aspirants and students of various competitive exams. The segment provides most important events that happened in the week. It will help you to revise and recollect the important news and events just before the exam.

30 Oct
SC to form Constitutional bench to hear petitions against Aadhaar
Virat Kohli becomes fastest batsman to break 9000-run mark
Global priority areas to protect mammals mapped

31 oct
Carbon-free tourism initiative to be launched in Assam's Majuli district
India tops list of new tuberculosis cases in 2016: WHO
Why no separate schools for children suffering from autism: Supreme Court of India

01 Nov
Union Cabinet approves India and Armenia agreement on cooperation in customs matters
Massive black holes might lurk on edge of galaxies like Milky Way
Haryana government announces lifetime pensions for 'Hindi Satyagrahis'

02 Nov
BRO builds world's highest motorable road in Ladakh
Goa tops Gender Vulnerability Index, Bihar at bottom
Odisha imposes 7-month ban on fishing to protect endangered Sea turtles

03 Nov
Specify deadlines for Aadhaar Linking: Supreme Court to mobile service providers and banks
'Fake news' named Word of the Year 2017 by Collins Dictionary

04 Nov
India successfully tests its first fully indigenous Glide bomb

05 Nov
Krishna Sobti chosen for prestigious Jnanpith award 2017
Kenneth Juster confirmed as US Ambassador to India

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