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NOVEMBER CURRENT AFFAIRS
Current Affair Updates for 6 November,2015
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VARANASI PICKED  FOR EXPERIMENTAL INTERNET PILOT BY MICROSOFT
 

 Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella’s plans for the  Digital India programme include an experimental technology pilot .The software giant has chosen Varanasi as the venue for a project to fund local entrepreneurs aiming to build devices that can overcome India’s bandwidth crunch, according to Mr. Nadella.


CANADA GETS INDIA-BORN FIRST SIKH DEFENCE MINISTER
 

 42-year-old Indian Canadian Harjit Sajjan is  appointed as a Defence minister.


PM NARENDRA MODI LAUNCHES THREE GOLD-RELATED SCHEMES 

The Gold Monetisation Scheme (GMS), will offer an option to resident Indians to deposit their precious metal and earn an interest of up to 2.5%, while under the Sovereign Gold Bond scheme, investors will be able to earn 2.75% interest per annum by buying paper gold.


US-BASED VIRTUSA TO BUY 53% IN POLARIS FOR RS1,173 CRORE

US-based Virtusa Corporation  will buy a 53% stake in Polaris ,a digital transformation and financial technology company, for Rs.1,173 crore.


MAHALAKSHMI WON UNDER 18 CHESS TITLE CHAMPIONSHIP

Mahalakshmi had won the under-18 title with a round to spare. The Chennai girl defeated Romania’s Castany Garcia in the 10th round.


SWAPNIL AND SHAINKI WIN GOLD IN  13TH ASIAN SHOOTING CHAMPIONSHIP

Swapnil Kusale And Shainki Nagar Won Gold Medals As The Indian Team Collected Five Gold And Two Bronze On The Third Day Of The 13th Asian Shooting Championship In Kuwait City.


HARYANA GETS ROAD PROJECTS WORTH RS 25,000-CR

Nitin Gadkari, who visited Haryana today, laid foundation stones of two road projects involving a total investment of Rs 1821.20 crore at Saha in district Ambala and announced that road projects costing Rs 25,000 crore would be initiated in the State by December 2015.