Monday, November 3, 2014

Current Affairs 3 November, 2014

Current Affairs 3 November, 2014 : VK Singh’s speech cancelled at RSS camp for arriving late. Minister of state for external affairs VK Singh was not allowed to address a session at the ongoing three-day camp of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) in Agra because he arrived at the venue late.

'Kiss of love' movement: They came, dared the mob, did it

I am a target of jihadis, Assam CM says

In West Bengal, parties look for ways to check BJP

2006 law prevents sex workers’ harassment

Modi talks of govt schemes on radio address

Post our men abroad for black-money probe: CBI

'Modi against basic essence of Hindustan'

Himachal to hold investors meet

Chinese army entered Indian waters at Ladakh’s Pangong Lake

Second Chinese submarine docks in SL despite India's protests

Doctor not guilty if operation fails and there’s no negligence

Most crimes against women take place at home: Report

‘Maoists hid their rifles inside hockey-stick covers’

PM Modi may address 8 poll rallies in J&K beginning November 10

Shiv Sena refuses to set deadline to join BJP government

Fear of Centre stops Congress from pulling plug on JMM, NC govts
The Maharashtra experience is learnt to have stopped Congress from formally withdrawing support to the Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM) government in Ranchi and National Conference (NC) government in Srinagar.

Bureaucrats’ training schedule gets a time-cut
Serving bureaucrats may now avail of a new long-term domestic training programme at the Indian School of Business (ISB), Hyderabad, with minimum relocation from their workplaces through its one-year duration.

Judges cannot demand respect through contempt power: Supreme Court
Since its inception, the Supreme Court has repeatedly ruled that “no one can be a judge in his own cause”. This principle brings fairness to the justice delivery system and upholds equality of all before law.

PM has changed stance on black money, AAP says
The AAP questioned PM Narendra Modi’s “changed stance” regarding black money and demanded an apology for “lying to the public”.

RSS ranks swelling as BJP makes electoral gains
The BJP’s big victory in the last Lok Sabha polls may be a reflection of growing support for the RSS, apart from the desire for change that worked in favour of PM Narendra Modi.

Saradha case: CBI to talk to RBI officials on ‘loopholes’
The CBI will soon examine some Reserve Bank of India officials in connection with the Saradha scam probe as it wants to understand regulatory loopholes.

Supreme Court judges bat for succinct judgments
After nearly 40,000 judgments since 1950, many of which run into hundreds of pages, Supreme Court judges have informally come together to accept a hitherto unadmitted yet serious problem — verbose verdicts often create confusion, both for law and litigants.

Kejriwal praises PM’s oratory, not his work
AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal has said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is a “great orator” and has sent all the “right” messages but felt delivery of his promises were “very low”.

Sheila says Modi has vision but is yet to deliver
Days after reports quoted her as having lavished praises on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, former Delhi chief minister and Congress leader Sheila Dikshit has now said she was not impressed by him.

Aspiring writers take up the challenge of online novel-writing
Aspiring writers across the world are participating in NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) by taking up the challenge of penning down 50,000 words of an original novel within 30 days in the month of November.

Rs 10 crore Congress war chest stolen before Maharashtra polls?

Seven sailors freed after 4 years to reach Mumbai on Monday

At least 55 killed in suicide blast on Pakistani side of Wagah border
At least 55 people were killed and more than 150 injured in a lethal suicide attack on the Pakistan side of Wagah border.

Pro-Russian rebels vote for leaders in eastern Ukraine
Pro-Russian rebels elected a separatist leadership in eastern Ukraine on Sunday in a vote President Petro Poroshenko called "a farce".

One day in an elevator with Obama, then out of a job

'China unveils laser to shoot down low-flying drones'

It’s now easier for citizens to sue China government

Bangladesh media mogul gets death for ’71 war crimes

Burkina Faso army seizes control of state TV headquarters

Brittany Maynard, advocate for 'death with dignity,' ends her life

One day in an elevator with Obama, then out of a job

Obama swaps planes on trip after Air Force One flap problem

For Obama and Xi, fight against Islamic State a brief moment to agree

Mouse hunt delays flight to US by 5 hours

Acker Bilk, renowned jazz clarinetist, dies in England

Mouse hunt delays New York bound flight by five hours

British tourists warned about revenge terrorist attacks as response to anti-IS strikes

Indian-origin businessman shot dead by robbers in UK

US judge to hear terror charges against Indian American in open court

Bear kills Indian-origin hiker in US: Report

Gurdwara vandalized in Australia's Perth city

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