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Top 10 CA of 20th Oct


CURRENT AFFAIRS




 Hi guys a good afternoon to all of you. Today is Sunday, holiday, but it shouldn't be your fun-day, you must know the important affairs of the day. As you know in this blog i am providing you day's Top 10 Current Affairs to all of you as these are very important to your exam points. So here are the Top 10 CA of 20th Oct:

Top 10 Current Affairs of 20th Oct:

1. Facebook has announced some stories from 'News Corp, publisher from The Wall Street Journal' will be among the headlines delivered in a news tab very soon. 

2. Christine Lagarde, the former IMF chief is appointed as the head of the European Central Bank (ECB). She was nominated to become the president of the European Central Bank by the European Union Council. Christine Lagarde. She has good leadership and institutional experience as well as political and economical experience.

3. Central Bureau of Investigation i.e CBI will host the 91st General Assembly of Interpol in 2022 in New Delhi.

4. Anup Kumar Singh ,a senior 1985-batch IPS officer of Gujarat cadre , has been appointed as Director-General of the National Security Guard (NSG). The appointment was approved by PM led committee Appointments Committee of Cabinet.

5. Uttarakhand govt. has put a total ban on the manufacture , distribution and sells of products like Gutka, Pan-masala - which highly contains of Tobacco and Nicotine.

6. India and Philippines has signed 4 MOUs during President Kovind visits. These includes the sharing of white shipping information between the Philippine Coast Guard and the Indian Navy.

7. Indian Chess maestro, Viswanathan Anand has penned a book titled “Mind Master: Winning Lessons from a Champion’s Life”. The book will be releasing on December 11.

8. Union Finance Ministry , Nirmala Sitharaman and her officials has taken part in 40th meetings of the International Monetary and Financial Committee (IMFC) of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank Group was held in Washington DC. The key feature of the meeting was Global Developments and Prospects.

9. The Non -Alligned Movements (NAM) is to be held in Baku, Azerbaijan. Nepal PM and Bangladeshi PM also attend this meetings.

10. Sri Lanka has been removed  from 'Grey List' of FATF . The announcement regarding removal of Sri Lanka’s name from the list of countries at risk for money laundering was made by Sri Lankan Minister of Finance Mangala Samaraweera, after a 5-day FATF plenary concluded in Paris, France.




(Source: The Hindu, TOI, PTI)

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