Wednesday, 30 October 2019

Top 10 CA of 30th Oct


 Hi guys it's a beautiful day to all of you. I hope u guys are all now come back to your goal and start updating yourselves. Guys as you know in this blog i provide you day's Top 10 Current Affairs which are very important for your knowledge. So here are the Top 10 CA of 30th Oct:

Top 10 CA of 30th Oct:

1. Three Indian origin CEO named -Satya Nadella from Microsoft; Ajay Banga from MasterCard; and Shantanu Naryan from Adobe listed in Havard Business Review's Top 10 best performing CEO's.

2. Netherlands has  secured its appearance in forthcoming T20 World Cup which is to be held in Australia. 

3. Nepal's Nimal Purja has climbed 14 top high mountains just only in six months, broken all of the past records.

4. India's very first day/night test cricket match set to roll out at Eden in Kolkata between India and Bangladesh.

5. India and Saudi has constituted strategic partnership council-PM Modi addressed Future Investment Initiative Summit at Riyadh in Saudi in his recent visit.

6. Tamil Nadu become the first state to enact a law on  'contract farming' .President Ram Nath Kovind approved the Tamil Nadu Agricultural Produce and Livestock Contract Farming and Services (Promotion and Facilitation) Bill, 2019.

7. Bangladeshi all rounder Shakib Al Hassan has been suspended by ICC for two years due to remain silence during three times bookie's contact with him.

8. RBI has slapped ₹1 crore penalty on Bandhan Bank due to violating the licensing norms. This bank has comes in to as an active PSB from 2015. 

9. Tiger Woods has equaled the world record for most career titles on PGA Tour. He set this feat by winning the Zozo Championship in Japan as his 82nd US PGA Tour victory. The previous world record for most career titles on PGA Tour was set by Sam Snead.

10. Bangladesh is set to organise the world's second largest Muslim congregation '' Biswa Ijtema '' from next year January.

(Source: The Hindu, AIR, TOI)

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