Current Affairs: 10th-16th November 2019

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1)The Press Council of India has announced the names of the champions of National Awards for Quality in Journalism for the year 2019. Distinguished journalist and Chairman of Rajasthan Patrika Gulab Kothari has been picked for Raja Ram Mohan Roy Award for his impressive contribution in the field of journalism.

2)The Central Bureau of Investigation has established an online Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation (OCSAE) Prevention/Investigation Unit at its headquarter to counter the growing hazard of youngster porn on the Internet.

3)The Chief Justice of India’s office will certainly now fall within the ambit of the right to info; the High court’s constitution bench supports the Delhi High Court order, says just names of Judges suggested for appointment by collegium can be revealed, not the factors.

4)In Sri Lanka, the ballot for Governmental political elections is being held in the middle of roaming incidents of violence as well as coercion.

5)The 550th birth anniversary of Sikhism founder Guru Nanak Dev is being celebrated all over the country as well as several parts of the globe as Prakash Parv.

6)PM Narendra Modi has contacted industrialists from the BRICS countries to invest in India, specifically in infrastructure advancement.

7) 39th India International Trade Fair has begun on 14th November at Pragati Maidan in New Delhi. The motif for this version of the fair is ‘Ease of Doing Business.’

8)Legendary Coach Arsene Wenger has been appointed FIFA’s new chief of international football growth. According to FIFA, Wenger would undoubtedly be responsible for the development of the game “for both men and women worldwide,” as well as would also be the “leading authority on technical issues,” consisting of prospective modifications to the sport’s regulations.

9)Indian shooter Saurabh Chaudhary won the silver medal in males’ 10m air pistol occasion to continue India’s surge at the 14th Asian Championship in Doha.

10)NASA has found an enormous thermonuclear surge coming from outer space, caused by a sizeable thermonuclear flash on the surface of a pulsar– the smashed remains of a star that long ago took off like a supernova. The explosion launched as much energy in 20 secs as the Sun performs in almost ten days.

11)By 2024, the World Health Organisation (WHO) will undoubtedly determine online purchasing as an addicting condition, as millions abuse digital business and experience economic stress and anxiety, predicts study firm Gartner.

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