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1991 Dili massacre 1984 First salvage operation in space 1966 First images of a Solar Eclipse taken from space
Shiv Sena MP Arvind Sawant resigns as Union Minister of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises after his party exits NDA Environment Ministry organising ‘Swachh – Nirmal Tat Abhiyaan’ cleanliness-cum-awareness drive in 50 beaches in 10 states from November 11 to 17 Himachal Pradesh: International Lavi fair being organised in Shimla district’s Rampur from November 11 to 14 Public Service Broadcasting Day will be celebrated on November 12 Birth anniversary of India’s first education minister Maulana Abul Kalam Azad celebrated as National Education Day on November 11 Former Chief Election Commissioner (1990-96) Tirunellai Narayanaiyer Seshan dies in Chennai at the age of 87
Industrial production contracts by 4.3% in September 2019 India-ASEAN Business Summit in New Delhi on November 11-12; theme: ‘Today, Tomorrow, Together’.
Mohammad Imran appointed as the new High Commissioner of Bangladesh to India Dhaka Global Dialogue being organised in Bangladesh from November 11 to 13 Bolivia’s president Evo Morales resigns amid allegations of fraud in October 20 election; was in power since 2006 Spain’s governing Socialist Workers’ Party (PSOE) wins 120/350 seats in general elections
World Para Athletics Championships in Dubai: Sundar Singh Gurjar wins gold in men’s F46 javelin throw Saurabh Chaudhary wins silver in men’s 10m air pistol event at Asian Championship in Doha Purav Raja and Ramkumar Ramanathan win men’s doubles title at $54,160 Challenger tennis tournament in Kobe, Japan Russia’s Sergey Karjakin and Armenia’s Levon Aronian finish joint first at Grand Chess Tour in Bucharest Russia’s Sergey Karjakin and Armenia’s Levon Aronian finish joint first at Grand Chess Tour Superbet rapid and blitz chess championship in Bucharest John Kipkorir Komen of Kenya (men’s) and Greece’s Eleftheria Petroulaki (women’s) win races at Athens Marathon