November 2009 Current Affairs and Top Latest Major Events of India and World


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Current Affairs of 01 November 2009

  • 11 killed, over 20 hurt in train-truck smash in Uttar Pradesh.
  • U.K. to shake up banking, hundreds of branches for sale.
  • Supreme Court: Goverment can regulate recruitments in minority institutions.
  • Seven suspected militants killed in Manipur encounter.

Current Affairs of 02 November 2009

  • TULF leader seeks CM’s help in solving ethnic issue.
  • Centre issues directive for implementation of NREGS in naxal belt.
  • SC judges finalise assets details, to be made public soon.
  • Take oath in Marathi or face action, Raj warns all MLAs.
  • Bangladesh Cabinet approves law to return confiscated property of Hindus.

Current Affairs of 03 November 2009

  • Bangladesh Cabinet approves law to return vested property to minorities.
  • Congress-NCP will be together in government: MPCC chief.
  • Masjid demolition an act of religious fanaticism: Chidambaram.
  • HRW asks Indian Govt. to punish those involved in 1984 Sikh riots.
  • Saudi launches campaign to make Haj tobacco free.

Current Affairs of 04 November 2009

  • Foundation for 700 MWe indigenous reactors in December.
  • Agni-II may be launched tomorrow.

Current Affairs of 05 November 2009

  • NPCIL to start building 2 PHWRs of 700 MWe in Gujarat by December-end.
  • Centre offers Rs. 300 cr. to West Bengal for tiger conservation.
  • Conform to legislation on teacher training, Sibal tells West Bengal.
  • Saudi Arabia beheads one Indian, two Sri Lankans for murder.

Current Affairs of 06 November 2009

  • Left demands reversal of Govt’s decision to divest PSU stakes.
  • Eco sleuths use DNA bar-coding to nail poachers, map species.
  • Jammu and Kashmir government allocates funds for sports infrastructure development.
  • Indo-French deal gives assurance for lifetime supply of nuclear fuel for French reactors.

Current Affairs of 07 November 2009

  • CSIR asks sacked Indian American scientist to vacate house.
  • 65 p.c. polling in West Bengal by-elections.
  • Over 60 p.c. turnout in Assembly by-polls; 53 p.c. in Firozabad LS.
  • Suspected Maoists gun down three in Lalgarh hours before CM’s visit.

Current Affairs of 08 November 2009

  • Fannie Mae seeks claims worth $ 15.8 billion from Lehman Brothers.
  • India will be under pressure to maintain record: Sangakkara.
  • Maharashtra Govt. to sell sugar, palm oil at subsidised rates.
  • Bajaj Auto aim for 27 p.c. market share in motorcycles.

Current Affairs of 09 November 2009

  • IP rights create a secure environment for investment in innovation.
  • UNIFEM launches platform to end violence against women.
  • Counting for by-polls to Firozabad, 31 Assembly seats on Tuesday.
  • Attack on students, uranium sale to dominate Rudd’s Indian visit.

Current Affairs of 10 November 2009

  • Climate Vulnerable Forum emphasizes on green economic development.
  • Wipro eyes acquisition in BPO space.
  • Andhra Bank, BoB and L & G insurance venture gets final nod.
  • Congress gains simple majority in Haryana Assembly.
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Current Affairs of 11 November 2009

  • Rain claims first day’s play between Sri Lanka and President’s XI.
  • Headley case: India advises U.S. investigators on lines to probe.
  • Obama to meet national security team on AfPak today.
  • China’s fighter jets for Pakistan.
  • Seven panchayats in Kerala to be upgraded as municipalities.

Current Affairs of 12 November 2009

  • 4 children die in China school canteen collapses as snow continues.
  • Mayawati hails Delhi Metro’s maiden journey into Noida.
  • Akhilesh ready to accept any challenge from Rahul Gandhi.
  • Obama fails to resuscitate the Middle East peace process.
  • MCA to refund ticket prices for abandoned match.

Current Affairs of 13 November 2009

  • Oil creeps above $77 amid US demand concerns.
  • Domestic call centre market seen at $6.8 bn by 2013.
  • IT department summons Union Bank CMD in connection with Koda’s case.
  • EIA nod must for construction projects over 20,000 sqm.
  • Obama, Manmohan in Dawood, Osama company in Forbes list.

Current Affairs of 14 November 2009

  • Pakistan’s Mumbai attack case: hearing rescheduled for Monday.
  • Fort Hood shooter might have had links to militants in Pakistan.
  • SAARC meet for strengthening administrative mechanism.
  • Chandigarh Bench of the Armed Forces Tribunal inaugurated

Current Affairs of 15 November 2009

  • Delhi to have ‘cultural notice boards’ ahead of Commonwealth Games.
  • Discrepancies in information on mining leases given to Karnataka Minister.
  • In China, Obama’s popularity challenges race stereotypes.
  • Hasina to visit India on Dec 18; anti-terror pact on cards.

Current Affairs of 16 November 2009

  • Kakodkar confident of meeting 2020 target of nuclear power generation.
  • Obama Administration seeks “assurance” on NPT from India.
  • SC refuses to quash PIL against Mayawati in Taj corridor scam.
  • Bharat Forge plans Rs 50,000-cr investment in power sector.

Current Affairs of 17 November 2009

  • Women Commission gives clean chit to Air India pilot in molestation case.
  • Regional development, connectivity hit by cross-border terrorism.
  • Indian-origin South Africans search for their roots.

Current Affairs of 18 November 2009

  • Resolution on Manmohan’s state visit to be taken up today.
  • Court gives 58 days extension to file indictment against Rana.
  • Centre in talks with Jharkhand, Orissa on ArcelorMittal, Posco projects.
  • Govt has power to regulate gas distribution in public interest.
  • U.S. tells Pak to act and show results on 26/11 trial.

Current Affairs of 19 November 2009

  • Mahindra Satyam close to finalising payback deal on Geelong project.
  • Jharkhand polls: Rice, wheat for Re 1, says BJP manifesto.
  • UN commission probing Bhutto’s assassination meets Musharraf.

Current Affairs of 20 November 2009

  • Dell Q3 profit dips 54% despite better sales in China and India.
  • US conducts counter terrorism course for Indian security forces.
  • Pranab to hold talks with party leaders on sugarcane policy.
  • India, U.S. trying to close differences on nuclear deal ahead of PM’s visit.
  • 2 killed, 47 injured as train derails after Maoists blast tracks.
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Current Affairs of 21 November 2009

  • BSNL commercially launches 3G mobile services in Chennai.
  • MP Govt. seeks court permission to open Union Carbide factory for public.
  • Indian NGO conducts free eye-surgeries on 9000 Nigerians.
  • Jethmalani’s remarks on Wahabism prompt Saudi envoy to walk out of meet.

Current Affairs of 22 November 2009

  • Ban Ki-moon welcomes Sri Lanka’s decision to grant freedom to refugees.
  • Italian police explain how VOIP was used on 26/11.
  • China mine blast toll rises to 87.
  • Boost to intelligence sharing, countering terror likely during Manmohan’s U.S. visit.

Current Affairs of 23 November 2009

  • Manmohan signals expansion of liberalisation policies, calls for American investment.
  • India conducts first night-trial of nuclear-capable Agni-II ballistic missile.
  • Astronaut’s baby daughter born as he circles Earth.
  • SBI Mutual Fund announces 50 pc dividend for Magnum Balanced Fund.

Current Affairs of 24 November 2009

  • Jethmalani asks Karnataka Government to hand over mining cases to CBI.
  • Liberhan suggests setting up of tribunal or regulatory body to control press.
  • Manmohan against coalition forces’ pre-mature exit from Afghanistan.

Current Affairs of 25 November 2009

  • Government cornered in RS on commonwealth games preparations.
  • India, US to set up framework for enhancing economic cooperation.
  • India, U.S. call for credible steps to eliminate safe havens for terrorists.

Current Affairs of 26 November 2009

  • Liberhan panel’s list of culpable officials: most are retired, 2 dead,
  • U.S. help sought to set up National Environmental Protection Authority,
  • Congress wins 13 posts of chairmen in civic polls in Rajasthan

Current Affairs of 27 November 2009

  • Chennai students in Indian youth delegation at Copenhagen.
  • Post-26/11, Saurashtra coastal security still found wanting.
  • RBI to ask banks to furnish exposure details in Dubai World.
  • IAEA censures Iran; asks to halt uranium enrichment.
  • After China, India considers setting emissions intensity target.

Current Affairs of 28 November 2009

  • Nepal cabinet to meet near Everest to highlight climate change.
  • India for emission cut target with equitable burden-sharing.
  • U.K., France against ‘double standards’ in fight against terror.

Current Affairs of 29 November 2009

  • Heated exchanges likely in Parliament over debate on Liberhan report.
  • Youngster immolates himself; Students clash with police after KCR’s arrest.
  • Nuclear experts probing radiation-contaminated water at Kaiga.
  • Senior IAS officer commits suicide, Opposition demands CBI probe.

Current Affairs of 30 November 2009

  • PM hopes US will get India official nuclear power state status.
  • Obama pushes Pak to deliver, warns against using militants for strategy.
  • BJP not to field leaders indicted by Liberhan in Parliamentary debate.
  • BJP demands high-level inquiry against Ashok Chavan.

November 2009 Current Affairs and Top Latest Major Events of India and World
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