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Current Affairs 3rd November 2017 (International, Sports, Sci-tech, People, business, Entertainment)

International Conference on “Ramayan Circuit and Mithila-Awadh Relations” begins in Janakpur:- An international Conference on “Ramayan Circuit and Mithila-Awadh Relations” started at Janakpur in Nepal today. Eminent experts from India and Nepal participating in the two day event.

Donald Trump’s Twitter account ‘inadvertently deactivated’ by Twitter employee:- United States President Donald Trump’s @realdonaldtrump Twitter account was deactivated by a Twitter Inc. employee who was leaving the company on Thursday.

Nepal elections: 1405 candidates files nominations for second and final phase:- In Nepal, 1405 candidates have filed nominations for the second and final phase of parliament and assembly elections, so far.

Nominations filed for final phase of parliament & provincial elections in Nepal:- Nominations for the second and final phase of parliament and provincial elections were filed on Thursday in Nepal, Candidates filed their papers for 128 constituencies of House of Representatives and 256 for State Assemblies in 45 districts.

Easier to do business in India than ever before: PM Modi:- Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said that it has become easier now to do business in India than ever before, after the country jumped 30 places to break into top 100 nations worldwide.

FSSAI launches new tool ‘the Food Regulatory Portal’:- As global and Indian food companies prepare to explore business opportunities in India at World Food India 2017, the apex Regulatory body for Food Safety, the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India, FSSAI launched a powerful new tool called ‘the Food Regulatory Portal.’

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Rafael Nadal reaches quarter-finals of Paris Masters:- Rafael Nadal suffered an injury scare but still moved into the quarter-finals of the Paris Masters after beating Pablo Cuevas 6-3, 6-7, 6-3 on an eventful day in the French capital on Thursday.

3rd Kalinga International Film Festival begins:- The 3rd Kalinga International Film Festival, organized jointly by KIIT School of Film and Media Sciences and KIIT Film Society has commenced at KIIT campus on Friday.

Smartphone use leads to sleep disorder in children and teenagers: Research:- The blue light emitted from smartphone screens disrupts sleep in children and teenagers, as per a study which found that young people are more vulnerable to the negative effects of the devices than the adults.

Good & healthy friendships may improve memory: Research:- A recent study has found that maintaining positive, warm and trusting friendships may not only reduce loneliness but also sharpen your memory and boost brain function.

53rd Jnanpith Award to Hindi writer Krishna Sobti:- Renowned Hindi litterateur Krishna Sobti has been chosen for this year’s Jnanpith Award, the Jnanpith Selection Board announced on Friday.

Western Railway’s RPF launches mobile app for women’s safety:- The Railway Protection Force (RPF) of Western Railway (WR) has developed and introduced a mobile application for the security of women commuters travelling between Church gate and Virar suburban railway stations.