Top 5 Current Affairs: 29 November 2019
The bill to regularise property of residents living in unauthorised colonies in the national capital has been passed by the Lok Sabha.
India pledges $400 million line of credit to Sri Lanka
India has announced a $400 million line of credit to Sri Lanka to help strengthen its economy. India also announced a $50million line of credit to the nation to fight against terrorism. Sri Lanka also announced that it will release all Indian boats in their custody.
Lok Sabha passes bill to regularise unauthorised colonies
The bill to regularise property of residents living in unauthorised colonies in the national capital has been passed by the Lok Sabha. Any resident who has the relevant documents for the property they are residing in including the latest power of attorney and other possession letter will be eligible to gain the right of ownership of the property.
IFFI 2019: Full list of winners; Particles wins Best Film, Lijo Jose Pellissery wins Best Director award
IFFI awards 2019 honoured French-Swiss film ‘Particles’ with the Golden Peacock Award, while Jallikattu’s director Lijo Jose Pellissery won the silver peacock trophy in the ‘Best Director’ category. Here is the complete list of winners.
Global temperature will rise 3.2 degree Celsius by 2100: UNEP Emissions Gap Report 2019
The UNEP Emissions Gap Report-2019 has warned that the average global temperature may rise by 3.2 degrees Celsius by 2021. The report highlights that the US, China, European Union and India are among the world’s top four greenhouse gas emitters. Get the report’s full details here.
Maharashtra Government Formation: Uddhav Thackeray takes oath as Maharashtra CM, six cabinet ministers sworn in
Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray took the oath as the 18th Chief Minister of Maharashtra on November 28, 2019. He has created history by becoming the first Thackeray family to hold the CM post. Thackeray assumed his duties as Maharashtra CM from November 29 and has called a special assembly session on November 30. Six cabinet ministers also took oath after Thackeray, two each from the three parties.