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OCTOBER CURRENT AFFAIRS
Current Affair Updates for 23 October 2015
October 24, 2015
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MODI LAYS FOUNDATION, NEW AMARAVATI IS BORN

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Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has  laid stone for the Singapore-like capital of Andhra Pradesh on 22 October


 UD MINISTRY CLEARS FIRST BATCH OF AMRUT PROJECTS FOR 89 CITIES WORTH RS.2,786CR IN AP, GUJARAT AND RAJASTHAN

Focus on ensuring adequate water supply and sewerage networks Centre to provide assistance of Rs.1,356cr Rs.1,471cr for sewerage projects and Rs.1,225 cr for water supply schemes Ministry asks states to ensure water meters for all consumers


ZIMBABWE’S ROBERT MUGABE AWARDED ‘CHINA’S NOBEL PEACE PRIZE
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The chairman of an award dubbed China’s Nobel peace prize has defended the decision to honour Robert Mugabe, the Zimbabwean president, for supposedly “injecting fresh energy” into the global quest for harmony


ANIL AMBANI-LED RELIANCE GROUP TO FURTHER INVEST RS 46000 CRORE IN DEFENCE, IT IN MADHYA PRADESH
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JAPAN OFFERS INDIA SOFT LOAN FOR $15 BILLION BULLET TRAIN IN EDGE OVER CHINA

 

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CHAMPIONS: MOHAMED REDA OF EGYPT AND LIU TSZ-LING OF HONG KONG WHO WON THE MEN’S AND WOMEN’S TITLES ON THURSDAY
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Win JSW Indian squash circuit


NEW GIANT TORTOISE SPECIES DESCOVERED ON THE GALAPAGOS ISLANDS – BUT THERE AREONLY A FEW HUNDRED OF THEM LEFT

 

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A team of Ecuadoran and international scientists said on Wednesday they have identified a new giant tortoise species on the Galapagos Islands.