Current Affairs 31st October 2019
Current Affairs 31st October 2019 bring to you all the top news of the morning. These headlines are very important for all competitive exams, as it forms part of current affairs.
- DMRC takes over Gurugram Rapid Metro operations.
- Chandigarh railway station set to become visually-impaired friendly
Under the project, a tactile map, platform indicators, train itinerary signs, and other general signages in braille will be installed.
- From today onwards, Jammu and Kashmir will cease to be a state, 2 New Union Territories will now come into being. Jammu and Kashmir is the 1st state in India which has been converted to Union Territory by the government of India.
- A malware was detected in a personal computer at Kudankulam Nuclear power plant. KKNPP information officer R Ramdoss had denied any cyber attack in the context of reports that the power plant’s domain controller-level access was compromised.
- Government considers single US FDA like regulator for food, drugs, and Medical devices.
- Government is expected to reach an agreement with NSCN(IM) over Nagaland issues today.
- The Pakistan government has issued a Rs 50 commemorative coin to mark the 550th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak. The coin issued on Tuesday will be available for the devotees visiting Kartarpur Sahib gurudwara next month after the inauguration of Kartarpur corridor by Pakistan PM Imran Khan on November 9. One side of the coin reads, 550th Birthday Celebrations Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji 1469-2019 with a gurudwara carved on it whereas on the other side it reads Islamic Republic Pakistan and Rs 50 with Pakistan’s symbol – a moon and a star.
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- Indigo places firm order for 300 A320 neo family aircraft.
- Bangladesh agree to play Day Night Test in Kolkata from November 22nd 2019. It will the 1st international Night Test match.
- Papua New Guinea, Ireland clinch T20 World Cup spots.
- Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan suspended for two years. The International Cricket Council (ICC) has announced that Bangladesh captain Shakib Al Hasan from all cricket for two years after he accepted three charges under the ICC Anti-Corruption Code.