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World This Week: 26 October-1 November 2015

Nov 2, 2015 13:07 IST

World this week provided by Jagranjosh.com is prepared with an intention help the aspirants and students of various competitive exams to revise and recollect the important news and events just before the exam.

26 October 2015
• Law and Justice Party won Poland’s Parliamentary Elections 2015
• ICC released Test, ODI, T20I and Women’s Ranking
• IOC allowed refugees to compete in Olympics for the first time
• China launched third mapping satellite of Tianhui-1 series

27 October 2015
• Russia to launch manned moon missions by 2029
• Sylvie Lucas appointed as Chair of the IGN on UNSC reforms
• Britain's Curry King Lord Gulam Noon Died
• India and Sri Lanka began Joint Naval Exercise SLINEX 2015 at Trincomalee
• World Bank Doing Business 2016 report released
• Citibank appointed Samiran Chakraborty as Chief Economist for India
• Exim Bank announced setting up of project development firm KPDC in Africa
• 191 UNGA-members voted a resolution condemning US embargo on Cuba

28 October 2015
• Bidhya Devi Bhandari elected as first women President of Nepal
• India, France signed MoU to conserve and publicize written heritage
• Freedom on the Net 2015 Report released
• Nepal signed MoU with China to ease fuel crisis
• Global Tuberculosis Report 2015 released by WHO

29 October 2015
• John Pombe Magufuli won the Presidential Elections of Tanzania
• China abandoned its decades old 'One Child Policy'
• European Parliament gave status of whistle-blower to former NSA contractor Edward Snowden
• Saudi blogger Raif Badawi awarded 2015 Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought
• Activist Bindeshwar Pathak selected for New York Global Leaders Dialogue Humanitarian Award

30 October 2015
• BRICS nations signed Moscow Declaration for supporting Multilateral Science Projects
• Paul Ryan elected as 54th Speaker of US House of Representatives
• American actor Al Molinaro passed away

31 October 2015
• New Zealand won Rugby World Cup for record third time
• Russian plane Airbus A321 crashed in Sinai
• China made sexual assault on men a crime

1 November 2015
• Sania Mirza-Martina Hingis won women's doubles title of Singapore Open
• Roger Federer beats Rafael Nadal to win Swiss Indoors title

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