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Current Affairs 31 October 2019

Current Affairs 31 October 2019

31 October 2019 – National Unity Day (Rastriya Ekta Diwas), Halloween


  • The Rajasthan High Court on Wednesday quashed a case against Pehlu Khan, who was lynched by cow vigilantes in April 2017, his two  sons and a truck driver for allegedly illegally transporting cows for slaughter.


  • EU parliamentarians visiting Jammu and Kashmir said they stand by the country in its fight against global terrorism Addressing a press conference on the last day of their two-day visit to the Valley, the group of 23 members of European  Parliament also condemned the killing of five labourers from West Bengal by terrorists.


  • Delhi High Court Special judge Ajay Kumar Kuhar dismissed the plea of the Enforcement Directorate for one day custodial interrogation of P.Chidambaram.

Current Affairs 31 October 2019

  • ‘Bro, anything in this series?’: Bookie’s conversation with Shakib released After banning Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan from all forms of cricket for two years, the International Cricket  Council (ICC) has released details of the cricketer’s conversation with a bookie named Deepak Aggarwal.


  • Gautam Gambhir commented on The first T20I between India and Bangladesh at Arun Jaitley Stadium in Delhi on November 3  “It is a far serious issue than having a game of cricket or any other sports matches in Delhi. For us I think people living  in Delhi should be more concerned about the pollution levels rather than the cricket match that happens,”.


  • History chapters glorifying Tipu Sultan will be removed from school text books, says Yediyurappa
    “We are going to take decision (about removing Tipu chapter). We are not going to allow such things to happen.

Current Affairs 31 October 2019

  • The Indian rupee settled 6 paise lower at 70.90 to the US dollar on Wednesday as participants exercised caution ahead of the  Federal Reserve’s monetary policy decision.


  • Fitch Ratings has placed Bharti Airtel Ltd on ‘rating watch negative’ over unpaid regulatory dues arising from a recent Supreme Court ruling.


  • Roger Federer has withdrawn from the ATP Cup, a new team competition to be held in Australia in January, citing “family  reasons”

Current Affairs 31 October 2019

  • Ravinder secured India’s first medal at the Under-23 World Wrestling Championship after advancing to the 61kg category final here.

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