World This Week: 2 November-8 November 2015

World this week provided by is prepared with an intention help the aspirants and students of various competitive exams.

Nov 10, 2015 14:52 IST

World this week provided by is prepared with an intention help the aspirants and students of various competitive exams. This segment provides almost all important events that have happened in World in the week 2 November to 8 November 2015. It will help you to revise and recollect the important news and events just before the exam.

2 November 2015
• Ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) won majority in Parliamentary elections of Turkey
• Punjabi became third most common language in Parliament of Canada
• Nepal, US armies launched Joint Military training Balance Nail 16-01
• India, Indonesia signed MoUs on Energy, Culture Exchange
• UNGA First Committee approved draft resolution to prevent placement of nuclear arms in outer space
• The Legatum Prosperity Index 2015 released
• Colin Welland, the writer of Oscar winning Chariots of Fire, died at 81
• Tollywood comedian Kondavalasa Lakshman Rao died
• Financial Secrecy Index 2015 released; India moderately secretive

3 November 2015
• Norway reopened Consulate General in Mumbai after four decades
• Hindi largest spoken Indian language in US: Census Bureau of US
• Shoaib Malik announced retirement from Test Cricket
• Michelle Payne became first female jockey to win Melbourne Cup
• Civil communications satellite ChinaSat 2C launched by China
• Former England Cricketer Tom Graveney died

4 November 2015
• Maldives declared State of Emergency for 30 days
• Bosnian and Serbian Governments held first joint session post-Bosnian War in Saravejo
• Indian-born Harjit Sajjan sworn-in as Defence Minister of Canada
• Romania's Prime Minister Victor Ponta resigned
• French intellectual Rene Girard passed away

5 November 2015
• Tanzania’s first female Vice President Samia Suluhu sworn in
• Maldives Parliament voted to Impeach Vice President Ahmed Adeeb
• 'India in Shanghai’ Cultural Week inaugurated at Shanghai
• FIFA World Rankings 2015: Belgium topped for first time
• UNHCR released study titled I am Here, I belong on Need to End Childhood Statelessness

6 November 2015
• Heena Sindhu won gold in 13th Asian Shooting Championship

7 November 2015
• WHO officially declared Sierra Leone Ebola-free

8 November 2015
• Nigeria won 2015 FIFA U-17 World Cup
• Cyclone Megh struck Yemeni island of Socotra
• NRI industrialist Swraj Paul’s son Angad Paul dead