Current Affairs 4th November 2019
Current Affairs 4th November 2019 bring all the top news of the morning. These headlines are very important for all competitive exams, as it forms part of current affairs.
- Odd Even Scheme Begins in Delhi Today. Cabinet secretary to monitor pollution situation in Delhi NCR on a daily basis.
- Prime Minister Modi at Asean said that India’s act east policy is an important part of our Indo- Pacific vision and Asean lies at the core of it. Integrated and economically vibrant Asean is in the interest of India
- Delhi High Court orders judicial inquiry into clash between police and lawyers at Tis Hazari Court.
- Armed Naga cadres are likely to be absorbed into a newly formed security force under the terms of a peace agreement expected to be finalised within a fortnight to end the decades-old rebellion in Nagaland, known as the world’s oldest surviving insurgency
- Government of India releases new map of India. India now have 28 states and 9 Union Territories. New Territories include Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh.
- Pakistan rejects fresh map issued by India. The new map issued by Indian government shows Jammu & kashmir and Ladakh and different union territories.
- India will be “Guest of Honour” at China’s import expo. Indian business delegation headed by Commerce Secretary, Anup Wadhawan, would take part in the import expo which is aimed at enabling countries from the world over to showcase products to enhance their export to China.
- Rajnath Singh hold talks with defence minister of Uzbekistan, Major General Bakhodir Nizamovich Kurbanov during his visit to Tashkent. This is the 1st visit by Indian defence Minister to Uzbekistan in 15 years.
- Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday held a “constructive” meeting with Myanmar’s State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi during which they explored ways to enhance bilateral cooperation in areas of connectivity and capacity building. during ASEAN in Bangkok
Banking / Business
- McDonald’s fires CEO Steve Easterbrook over ‘consensual relationship’ with employee.
- Rohit Sharma becomes the most-capped Indian T20 player. This feat came during the 1st T20 between India and Bangladesh.
- Lewis Hamilton wins sixth F1 world title.