Top News Headlines of 28 November 2014

Major Events and Top News Headlines of 28 November 2014:

  • An individual mechine can collect all his bills as-telephone, electricity, water supply, insurance, etc and pay them through one window. This individual mechine launched by Rserve Bank of India on Friday.
  • The delhi government announced that it would make checking of pollution under control certificates mandatory for refuelling from December 1.
  • North Korean students will now have to complete a three-year course on Kim Jong-un as a part of their secondary school curriculum, according to South Korea’s state-owned KBS World Radio website.
  • The Delhi high court on Friday gave private unaided schools freedom to formulate their own criteria for admitting students, observing that they have the fundamental right to do so.
  • The Planning Commission will be replaced by a new institution called `Neeti Ayog’ (Policy Commission) with the PM as its exofficio chairman.
  • The massive success of Raahgiri Day –launched in Gurgaon last November and in Delhi this July–the UD ministry on Friday conferred the ` Award of Excellence’ to `Raahgiri Day’.
  • External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj’s statement captured India’s dilemma regarding the 39 workers in ISIS custody.
  • Ebola-free certificate must for people coming from some African nations, Senegal, Nigeria, Ghana, Ivory Coast and Niger, travelling from these countries or those who have been treated for the disease to carry a certificate ensuring that there is no evidence of the virus in their body fluids.
  • Three Names-Rajasthan DGP Omendra Bhardwaj and Maharashtra DGP Sanjeev Dayal, both IPS officers of 1977 batch, are the top contenders for heading the central anti-corruption agency. The third name in the list is that of Special Secretary in the home ministry Prakash Mishra.
  • The government on Friday removed restrictions on gold imports, scrapping the controversial 80:20 scheme amid allegation of misuse by half a dozen companies.
  • A new test designed to rapidly diagnose Ebola virus infection is to be tried out at a treatment centre for the disease in Guinea.
  • After the Modi-Sharif handshake at the Saarc summit in Kathmandu, Pakistan on Friday announced it was going to release 40 Indian prisoners as a goodwill gesture.
  • A Chinese tycoon made headlines for hiring 30 Rolls-Royce Phantom cars for his son’s wedding and organizing a lavish dinner spending about a lakh of rupees per table amid the Communist nation’s crackdown against extravagance and hedonism.
  • Thailand’s parliament has voted to ban commercial surrogacy after outrage erupted over the largely unregulated industry following allegations an Australian couple abandoned a baby with Down’s syndrome.
  • Amazon is set to launch its first cross-border trade, or CBT, service here, which will enable small sellers in India to reach out to global customers.
  • Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes, who died on Thursday after being hit in the head by a ball, will be honoured with a state memorial service.
  • Female Racing driver Susie Wolff has been appointed as the official test pilot for williams on Friday.
  • Mohammedan Sporting on Friday named Ananta Ghosh as their chief coach for the upcoming season.
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Top News Headlines of 28 November 2014
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