Current Affairs

Current Affairs - October 2019-CURRENT AFFAIRS

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  • 1970 Fijian independence
  • 1964 The Tokyo Summer Olympics Begin
  • 1933 United Airlines Boeing 247 explosion




  • India will get more capacity to assess huge multinationals, for example, Google, Apple and Facebook working together inside their fringes under a proposed upgrade of decades-old principles.
  • The new toll policy considers exempting e-cars from toll or provide up to 50% discount.
  • India's negotiating position has emerged as a challenge to concluding the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership due to its stance that it has witnessed limited benefits from the earlier trade agreements.




  • Third suspected Pakistani drone spotted in Punjab
  • President Ram Nath Kovind on Thursday displayed the lofty President's Colors to the Army Aviation Corps at a function here. 
  • India has denounced any direct or indirect money related help to terrorists and dread gatherings by countries that empower them to pursue their actions, including in shielding criminal arguments against them. 




  • Three scientists are awarded the 2019 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for the development of lithium-ion batteries.
  • A lawsuit brought by 16 Alaska youths claims climate change will devastate the environment.




  • A New Orleans-based hereditary qualities testing organization and its three principals will pay $42.6 million to determine charges they cheated the national government by paying kickbacks for referrals and charging for therapeutically pointless tests, the U.S. Branch of Justice said on Wednesday.
  • Turkish soldiers and their Syrian agitator partners assaulted the Kurdish state army in upper east Syria on Wednesday, beating them with airstrikes and gunnery before beginning a cross-outskirt ground activity that could change an eight-year-old war.




  • The headquarters of the International Court of justice is at The Hague.
  • The first summit of the Forum for India-Pacific Islands Corporation (FIPIC) was held in New Delhi
  • The first Asian Secretary-general of U.N.O. was Trygve Lie