Current Affairs 3 November 2019

Current Affairs 3 November 2019

Current Affairs 3 November 2019

Today ‘s Dainik Jagran in Hindi

Today’s The Hindu

    • US treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin met RBI governor Shaktikanta Das
      discussed “global and domestic macro-economic scenario in both countries
      and regulatory developments”, according to an official statement from
      the central bank.

    • “We believe in the law and the constitution and our support is with the
      democratically elected government, not with any party,” military
      spokesman Major General Asif Ghafoor

    • A London court on Friday extended the bail of Muttahida Qaumi Movement
      (MQM) founder Altaf Hussain in connection with a 2016 hate speech case
      where he had allegedly urged his supporters to take the law into their
      hands.

    • Two-time World Cup winning American forward Kristine Lilly on Saturday
      urged Indians to visit stadiums in large numbers and support the home
      team when the country organises the U-17 FIFA Women’s World Cup next
      year.

    • An indefatigable Elina Svitolina came from behind to outlast a hobbled
      Belinda Bencic in a gruelling semi-final on Saturday, continuing her
      dogged quest to defend her WTA Finals title.

    • The Pentagon released video and photos on Wednesday of the US special
      forces raid that resulted in the death of Islamic State group leader Abu
      Bakr al-Baghdadi.

    • 150 businesses from various sectors of the leather footwear and garments
      manufacturing industry participating in the annual trade fair meet on 8
      November,Ag ra, Pakistani businesses have not been invited.

    • The Enforcement Directorate filed a supplementary charge sheet on
      Saturday before a Delhi court against Ratul Puri, nephew of Madhya
      Pradesh Chief Minister Kamal Nath, in a money laundering case related to
      the alleged AgustaWestland chopper scam.

    • Before filing a mercy petition before the President, the Nirbhaya case
      convicts will move the Supreme Court, which has upheld their death
      penalty, their lawyers told IANS.

    • Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Saturday appointed former Haryana
      chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda leader of the Congress Legislature
      Party (CLP) in the state.

    • Rani Rampal takes India’s women hockey to its third Olympics.