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Monday, 14 October 2019

Top 10 CA of 14th Oct

CURRENT AFFAIRS


 Hi guys its a very good afternoon to all of you. As you know in this blog i am providing you day's Top 10 Current Affairs which are very beneficial for your exam points of view. So here are the Top 10 CA of 14th Oct:

Top 10 Current Affairs of 14th Oct:

1. Indian-American Abhijit Banerjee with his Wife Esther Duflo and Michael Kremer won Nobel For Economics for the year 2019. The award has given them due to  their experimental approach to alleviating global poverty. 

2. Sister Mariam Thresin from Kerala has declared the 'Saint'  title by the Pope Francis for her remarkable job  towards and little girl.

3. Noted director and producer Priyadarshan, was conferred the Madhya Pradesh government’s National Kishore Kumar Samman for 2018-19 at a function held in Khandwa, the birthplace of the legendary singer- actor, Kishore Kumar.

4. Govt. e-marketplace has signed a MOU with Union Bank of India . Through this partnership there will be an easier transfer of funds and other facilities.

5. India jumps to  level 7th position in Brand Finance nation globally in 2019. United States of America has topped the list.

6. Coco Gauff won the Linz Open title on 13 October 2019 in Austria. She became the youngest American woman to win a tour singles title since 1991 to win the WTA title. Because of this win, Coco Gauff is set to become World No. 71.


7. India's Tamil Nadu and China's Fujian to become sister states very soon. The specifies of opening a consulate are being worked out - stated by our foreign secretary VK Gokhle.

8. Indian think tank NITI Aaayog has decided to create Exclusive Education Zone (EEZ)  an action plan to make India an education hub to attract 2 lakh foreign students annually from 2023-stated by vice chairman Rajiv Kumar.

9. Two day's Comic Con Festival has stared in Hyderabad. Hare in this festival students and others are participated with different global comic looks like Batman, Iron man etc. 

10. Indian shuttler Lakshya Sen won the Dutch Open men's singles title 2019 at Almere, Netherlands. This is his maiden Badminton World Federation (BWF) World Tour title. He won the title by defeating Yusuke Onodera of Japan in the summit. He secured 15-21 21-14 21-15 to defeat Onodera.






(Source: The Hindu, PTI, TOI)

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