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Current Affairs 27th October 2016
Current Affairs Headlines of 27th October, 2016

Current Affairs

 


→ All India Radio (AIR) has won the first prize in the Community Service Announcement category of the prestigious Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union (ABU) awards for this year..

→ Bengaluru-based water tanker driver G Balakrishna (25-year) has won the Mr. Asia titleat the 5th Phil-Asia bodybuilding championships in the Philippines.

→ India and New Zealand today signed three agreements in the areas of double taxation avoidance, food security and sports to carry forward the ties between both sides.

→ India has moved a place up but is still 130th in the World Bank’s ease of doing the business ranking for 2017.

→ Indo-Sri Lanka Joint Military Exercise Mitra Shakti 2016 begins.

→ Legendary footballer Carlos Alberto Torres passed away at Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

→ Paul Beatty became the first author from the United States (US) to be awarded the Man Booker prize, for his book, ‘The Sellout‘.

→ Prime Minister Narendra Modi has laid the foundation stone of highly ambitious gas pipeline project Urja Ganga in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh..

→ The International Hockey Federation has appointed New Zealand‘s Jason McCracken as its Chief Executive Officer.

→ The Union Ministry of Urban Development has signed a MoU with National Buildings Construction Corporation (India) Ltd and Central Public Works Department (CPWD).


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Current Affairs Headlines of 27th October, 2016
→ Legendary footballer Carlos Alberto Torres passed away at Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Current Affairs Headlines of 26th October, 2016
→ Karate is Now an Olympic Sport.

 

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