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Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Current Affairs this Week

•Microeconomist Angus Deaton won the 2015 Nobel Prize in Economics

•India funded 5 million US dollars grant to Palestine as Budgetary assistance

•India signed contract for microlight aircrafts with Slovenian firm Pipistrel

•Jioji Konrote elected as Fiji's President

•KP Sharma Oli elected as the Prime Minister of Nepal

•President Pranab Mukherjee visited Jordan

•Indo-China Joint Military Exercise ‘Hand in Hand’- 2015 started•India-Sri Lanka Joint Exercise ‘Mitra Shakti-2015’ culminated

•India, Israel signed pacts on Double Taxation Avoidance & Cultural Exchange
•Kundhavi Kadiresan appointed as FAO Assistant Director-General

•US University honoured Tibetan PM Sangay with Presidential Medal for promoting peace

•India, US and Japan began five-day Malabar Exercise 2015

•International Religious Freedom Report 2014 released

•Egypt, Japan, Senegal, Ukraine and Uruguay elected as non-permanent members of UNSC

•Malaysia proposed to invest 30 billion US dollars for urban development in India

•Australian Government re-approved Carmichael Coal Mine Project to be built by Adani Group

•Myanmar signed National Ceasefire Agreement with 8 armed ethic rebel groups

•India, Israel signed 10 MoUs to enhance bilateral cooperation

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