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Current Affairs 18th November 2016
Current Affairs Headlines of 18th November, 2016

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→ Axis Bank Cuts Lending Rate.

→ Chhattisgarh first state to pass motion supporting note ban.

→ CM Mehbooba Mufti launches Jhelum-Tawi flood recovery project.

→ Cricket Australia appointed former test spinner Trevor Hohns interim chairman of selectors.

→ Govt launches revamped toll-free helpline no 1947 for info on Aadhaar.

→ Gurugram to host Great Indian Film and Literature Festival.

→ HDFC Bank‘s Puri ranked 36th in Fortune‘s top bizmen list.

→ India‘s Rustom-II UAV successfully completes maiden test flight.

→ NASA astronaut set to become oldest woman in space.

→ National C‘ship runs short of medals after record broken.

→ Over Rs 3900 crore collected as Swachh Bharat Cess in last fiscal.

→ Oxford Dictionaries has declared “post-truth” to be its international word of the year citing a 2,000% spike in its usage.

→ PMAY-G scheme to construct 1 crore houses in 3 years.

→ Punjab Assembly passes resolution on SYL Canal: Sukhbir Singh Badal.

→ Russia withdraws from International Criminal Court treaty.

→ Sachin Tendulkar‘s adopted village in AP is open defecation free.

→ SGFI National School Football Championship kicks off in Port Blair.

→ Twinkle Khanna launches her second book ‘The Legend of Lakshmi Prasad‘.


Related to List of November 2016 Current Affairs

 
Current Affairs Headlines of 30th November, 2016
→ India hosts golden jubilee celebrations of UNCITRAL in New Delhi.

Current Affairs Headlines of 29th November, 2016
→ PMO officers take initiative to promote cashless transactions.

Current Affairs Headlines of 28th November, 2016
→ Old INR 500 valid for purchasing stamp papers in UP till Dec 15.

Current Affairs Headlines of 27th November, 2016
→ First International Gita Mahotsav to be celebrated in Haryana.

Current Affairs Headlines of 26th November, 2016
→ YES Bank, Gujarat Roadways join hands to digitise bus travel payments.

 

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