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Latest Current Affairs of 19th November 2017

Army pays tribute to martyred IAF Garud commando Jyoti Prakash Nirala : The Army paid floral tributes to the IAF Garud commando, Corporal Jyoti Prakash Nirala, who was martyred in a gunfight with militants in Kashmir.

India urges world community to back its candidate Justice Dalveer Bhandari for ICJ judge : Ahead of the voting for the International court of justice (ICJ) judge at the UN, India has asked world community to back its candidate Justice Dalveer Bhandari.

PM Modi reiterates commitment to improve sanitation on World Toilet Day : Prime Minister Narendra Modi has reaffirmed the Centre’s commitment towards improving sanitation in the country on World Toilet Day.

Take steps to ensure peace along LoC: Indian DGMO to Pak : Indian Army’s Director General of Military Operations has asked his Pakistani counterpart to take steps to ensure peace and tranquillity along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir.

President Kovind on a 4-day visit to north-eastern states : President Ram Nath Kovind, who is on a 4-day visit to North-eastern states, on Sunday said that education is a necessity which can be used as a tool to bring changes in our society.

Sports Minister flags off Delhi Half Marathon : Sports Minister Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore on Sunday flagged off the 10th edition of the Delhi Half Marathon in the national capital. Thousands of people participated in the marathon on this morning.

Zimbabwe’s ruling party sacks Robert Mugabe as leader: Zimbabwe’s ruling party has sacked President Robert Mugabe as its leader and asked him to resign as president by noon Monday or face impeachment proceedings.

Nepal: Former PM Prachanda’s son dies due to heart failure: Former Prime Minister of Nepal and CPN (Maoist Centre) Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal Prachand’s son Prakash Dahal passed away in Kathmandu Sunday morning due to heart attack.

Sri Lanka Navy arrests eight Indian fishermen : Sri Lankan Navy on Saturday arrested eight fishermen for poaching in Sri Lankan territorial waters.

Nepal: CPN Maoist Centre Chairman’s son Prakash Dahal passes away : Former Prime Minister of Nepal and CPN Maoist Centre Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal’s son Prakash Dahal passed away in Kathmandu on Sunday morning. He was rushed to Norvic International Hospital in Kathmandu early morning.

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China: 19 killed, 8 injured in Beijing house fire : A fire tore through a house in Beijing killing 19 people and injuring eight, Chinese state media said.

Businesses can edit their August & September GSTR-3B return forms beginning Nov 20 : Goods and Services Tax (GST) Network will launch a facility for businesses to make changes to their August and September GSTR-3B return forms beginning November 20.

Women’s Youth World Boxing Ch’ship begins in Guwahati : Women’s Youth World Boxing Championship begins in Guwahati on Sunday. In AIBA women youth boxing championship being held in Guwahati , Indian pugilists will start their campaign on Monday. Three young boxers will lock horn in the preliminaries.

Kolkata Test: Dhawan, Rahul help India take 49-run lead against Sri Lanka : Opener Shikhar Dhawan and KL Rahul restored India’s dominance with fluent half-centuries as the hosts erased a 122-run lead to nose ahead in the opening Test against Sri Lanka on Sunday.

Delhi Half Marathon: Ethiopian Stars Legese, Ayana Win Golds : Ethiopia’s Berhanu Legese and reigning Olympic 10,000 metre champion Almaz Ayana clinched their respective elite men’s and women’s races at the Delhi Half Marathon.

Women’s Youth World Boxing Ch’ship begins in Guwahati : Women’s Youth World Boxing Championship begins in Guwahati on Sunday. In AIBA women youth boxing championship being held in Guwahati , Indian pugilists will start their campaign on Monday. Three young boxers will lock horn in the preliminaries.

Padmavati release date postponed amid controversy : The proposed release date of Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s “Padmavati” has been deferred, the makers of the film said today. In a statement to PTI, a spokesperson of Viacom18 Motion Pictures said it had taken the decision “voluntarily”.

Spanking may worsen behaviour problems in kids: Research : Parents, take note! Spanking your children may be harmful and could worsen their behaviour, scientists say. “Our findings suggest that spanking is not an effective technique and actually makes children’s behaviour worse not better,” said the lead author of the study, Elizabeth T Gershoff, from the University of Texas in the United States..

A Proud nation paid homage to former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi on her 100th birth anniversary:  President Ram Nath Kovind and Prime Minister Narendra Modi paid tributes to the late Indira Gandhi on her birth anniversary.