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CURRENT AFFAIRS FROM 30th OCTOBER, 2018

POLITY & GOVERNANCE

1. Water scarcity made worse by theft

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

1. Stop the war: on Saudi-led attack and 'pre-famine' conditions in Yemen

2. Raja Mandala: India, China and the INF Treaty

CURRENT AFFAIRS FROM 28th & 29th OCTOBER, 2018

POLITY & GOVERNANCE

1. SBI to issue and encash electoral bonds from Oct 1 to 10, says Government

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

1. How a country gets a currency manipulator tag

CURRENT AFFAIRS 27TH OCTOBER

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

1. East meets east: India-Japan ties are warming up but expectations must remain anchored in reality

CURRENT AFFAIRS FROM 26th OCTOBER, 2018

POLITY & GOVERNANCE

  1. Think small: on Ganga rejuvenation
  2.  Govt. notifies rules on granting citizenship
  3.  India wins Commonwealth Association for Public Administration and Management Award, 2018

CURRENT AFFAIRS FROM 21st & 22nd OCTOBER, 2018

HISTORY/CULTURE

1. Time for a new antiquities law: Cultural vigilantism threatens to cast a long shadow on the production
of knowledge of the past

CURRENT AFFAIRS FROM 25th OCTOBER, 2018

GEOGRAPHY

1. Strong Indian monsoons steer Atlantic hurricanes towards land, study finds

POLITY & GOVERNANCE

1. Cabinet decision: Adjudicating body for benami cases cleared

CURRENT AFFAIRS FROM 23rd OCTOBER, 2018

GEOGRAPHY

1. Earth’s inner core is solid, softer than thought: Study

POLITY & GOVERNANCE

1. Ripe for prison reform

2. The judiciary’s #MeToo moment

CURRENT AFFAIRS OF 16th, 17th, 18th, 19th & 20th OCTOBER, 2018

HISTORY

1. Delhi May Get Its Own Korean War Memorial By End Of Next Year

GEOGRAPHY

1. Should India have two time zones? National timekeeper adds new arguments

CURRENT AFFAIRS 13th, 14th & 15th OCTOBER, 2018

GEOGRAPHY

1. Why cyclones hit the east coast in October, and how they are predicted?

CURRENT AFFAIRS FROM10th, 11th & 12th OCTOBER, 2018

POLITY & GOVERNANCE

1. Beyond Dispute: The Swachh Bharat Mission (Grameen) Facts
2. Rohingya deportation: Judiciary has stepped back from its own principles

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