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Top 5 Current Affairs: 5 November 2019

Bihar Government has banned the usage of government vehicles older than 15 years to combat air pollution in the state.

Nov 5, 2019 18:07 IST
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India opts out of RCEP agreement: Know all the reasons
India has decided against joining the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP). The decision was announced by PM Modi who said that joining the agreement would have hurt the Indian domestic industry and the farmers. PM Modi said that he cannot compromise the interests of the Indian farmers and workers.

Virat Kohli's record broken, Shubman Gill creates history
Shubman Gill has created history by becoming the youngest player to captain India-C team in Deodhar Trophy final. Gill surpassed Virat Kohli, who held the record previously for 10 years. 

Bihar Govt bans vehicles older than 15 years in Patna
Bihar Government has banned the usage of government vehicles older than 15 years to combat air pollution in the state. The government has also banned all commercial vehicles older than 15 years from plying in Patna. The government has also directed all private vehicles to undergo pollution checks. 

Paris Climate Agreement: US formally notifies UN about its withdrawal from climate accord
The US has formally informed the United Nations about its decision to pull out from the Paris Climate Accord. The United States will fully exit the climate agreement a day after the US Presidential Elections 2020. The landmark accord aims to limit the global average temperature to well below 2 °C above pre-industrial levels. 

ATP Rankings 2019: Rafael Nadal No.1, India's Prajnesh Gunneswaran on 94th
Rafael Nadal has yet again become the world’s top tennis player. He was ranked at the first position in the latest ATP Rankings 2019. Novak Djokovic, who held the position till now, was pushed to the second rank. Another tennis great, Roger Federer is ranked at the third position. 

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