Quarterly Current Affairs for UPSC, SSC, IBPS VOL-2 (NOV-DEC-JAN) 2016


Quarterly Current Affairs for UPSC, SSC, IBPS VOL-2 (NOV-DEC-JAN) 2016

Issue : VOL-2 (NOV-DEC-JAN) 2016

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National Issues

  • Govt asked AIMPLB to reconsider their decision to boycott consultation on UCC
  • Pakistan Army confirmed sepoy Chandu Chavan is in its custody
  • South Asian Sufi Festival began in Jaipur
  • PM said country should not be found “sleeping” when it should be awake
  • Bangladesh says Pakistan is not acting on terror
  • All India Muslim Personal Law Board rejected move on civil code
  • Singer and songwriter Bob Dylan was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature
  • US says India needs to respond to Cross-border terrorism
  • Cyber security is a big challenge to the World
  • Final draft of the National Water Framework Bill, brought by centre
  • Rift between civil and military sections grows in Pakistan
  • PM equates fight against terrorism with epic Ramayana
  • India’s ties with Russia affected with Moscow’s military relations with Islamabad
  • Thousands of Amur falcons arrive at Nagaland
  • Terror outfit Lashkar-e-Taiba suffered the worst damage in the recent surgical strikes
  • SC has ordered deletion of words “adult male” the Domestic Violence
  • Janani Suraksha Yojana has helped in reducing socioeconomic disparities
  • Security forces in southern States have decided to intensify operations at tri-junctions
  • North East Monsoon to come on time
  • India to deploy an indigenously developed rover on the lunar surface
  • Defence Ministry has started the process to replace MiG-s
  • Home Minister says Pakistan border will be sealed within two years
  • Eighty percent of the Jan Dhan Yojana now have balance
  • Apex Court stayed the commercial release of Genetically Modified mustard crop
  • NGT wants UP, Haryana and other states to bring CNG
  • Cabinet approved the long-awaited amendments to the HIV Bill
  • The International Court of Justice ruled against the Marshall Islands
  • India dismissed Nawaz Sharif’s speech in the Pakistan Assembly
  • SC put on hold order to constitute the Cauvery Management Board
  • GSAT- to be launched from the European spacepad of Kourou
  • India gets EU support for surgical strikes
  • The government has made Aadhaar mandatory for availing LPG subsidies
  • Centre says SC has over-stepped its jurisdiction in Cauvery case
  • Another terrorist attack in Baramulla
  • Home ministry to tighten the rules on foreign funding
  • Defence Minister says Pakistan still unaware that surgery has been done
  • jCBDT received disclosures of more than crores under IDS
  • Karnataka sought an urgent review of Apex court orders
  • Supreme Court cancels Shahabuddin’s bail
  • Bihar’s liquor law amendment’s are ultra virus says HC
  • High alert sounded at many places across the country
  • PM Modi said re-use and recycling of waste should be technology driven
  • All party meet to discuss Kashmir issue
  • First unit of Kudankulam started
  • Search operations still on for missing An-
  • Opposition raised issues in Citizenship(amendment) bill
  • Centre says attacks on Dalits reduced in last two years
  • India to give third largest maternity leave
  • Differences between SC and Centre came out in open million for million campaign for youth
  • Joint statement on Naga peace talk issued
  • Govt notifies significant changes to OBC list
  • Elephant corridors identified by WWF-India
  • State of Indian judiciary report points towards need for reforms
  • Tension between India and Pakistan continues
  • President delivers Independence Day speech
  • Ashok chakra and Shaurya chakra given to martyrs
  • CAG says Union owes more than crores to States
  • PM’s Independence Day speech mentions PoK and Balochistan
  • In a novel initiative by the Mysuru division of railways used drones
  • Committee says drones better to be used for crop estimation
  • Review petition filed by BCCI
  • SC refused to pass interim direction in NEET case
  • Ganga act will give final authority to centre
  • India says ready to talk but only on terror
  • Krishna water reallocation became contentious between riparian states
  • Supreme Court banned Dahi Handi celebrations pyramid above feet
  • Stalemate over draft memorandum of procedures continues
  • P. V. Sindhu and Sakshi Mittal saved the pride of India
  • India clearly says to Pakistan to leave PoK
  • World oldest Tigress in the wild died
  • P. V. Sindhu looses on gold but created history
  • Afghanistan former President defends India’s comments on Balochistan
  • Set of guidelines to be included in the curriculum of UG medical courses
  • Deputy Governor Urjit Patel to be the next RBI governor
  • Maharastra protection of Internal security act to set up special security zones
  • Pink bollworm continues to create problem
  • Government is weighing options for pellet guns
  • Researchers have decided and predicted the brain activity
  • NASA look for origin of life
  • PM reached out to people of Kashmir
  • A move that would encourage witnesses to report accidents to the police
  • Road map for the power sector for the next five years to come soon
  • After PM's appeal now Home Minister to lead J&K mission
  • U.N. confirmed six address of Dawood in Pakistan
  • IITs may have lakh seats by
  • Bihar CM discussed flood situation with PM
  • Central Water Commission and the Central Ground Water Board could be merged
  • India began investigations to determine the extent of leak in submarine data
  • ISRO set to conduct air-breathing propulsion experiment using its RH- rocket
  • Surrogacy (Regulation) Bill, , banning commercial surrogacy in India cleared
  • Deforestation reduces summer rainfall in Ganga Basin, north-east
  • Home Minister says future of India and Kashmir is linked
  • More leaked documents on scorpene submarine published
  • India hardened its position on talks with Pakistan
  • China urged India to do more to reinforce peace and stability along the border
  • Haji Ali Dargah opened for women
  • Task force for Olympic Games made by PM
  • PM stressed on need for anti-poverty programs
  • BRICS nations should develop arbitration mechanism says Finance minister
  • President says there should be no room for hatred in universities Thalassaemia
  • PM touches imp. issues in Mann ki baat program
  • India became only the fourth nation to flight-test a scramjet engine
  • India is planning a major diplomatic outreach ahead of the UNGA
  • The U.S. will push for India’s membership of the Nuclear Suppliers Group
  • Bahrain government has offered to extend financial help to the Odisha family
  • Situations slowly eases in Kashmir valley
  • Centre moves on vote totaliser machines
  • Expert committee on use of pellet guns has submitted its report to the Home Ministry
  • India and the U.S. signed the Logistics Exchange Memorandum of Agreement
  • National Crime Records Bureau comes out
  • India finds an ally in US against Terrorism
  • Number of rape offenders known to the victim shows an increase
  • SC quashed the acquisition of land in Singur
  • Election Commission issued directions for use of an integrated violet sketch pen
  • Hundreds of tonnes of gold could be recovered from old electronic devices now
  • Enemy property ordinance approved by the cabinet
  • Unions across India go on strike
  • Reliance Jio comes up with free voice calls and free roaming
  • India’s space capacity of working satellites is not sufficient
  • Odisha became the th State to ratify the constitutional amendment for GST
  • Climate change could be easy to implement than earlier deals
  • Muslim Personal Law Board says SC has no authority to decide on triple talaq
  • Global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions of G countries are continuing to increase
  • Canonisation of Mother Teresa do be done in the Vatican
  • Pope Francis proclaimed Mother Teresa of Kolkata a saint
  • India and China must be “sensitive to each other’s concerns says PM
  • Justice Chalameswar questions transparency in collegium
  • The Centre may toughen its stand against separatist leaders in Jammu and Kashmir
  • ISRO’s GSLV-F rocket carrying the INSAT-DR to be launched
  • Terrorists and insurgents are getting public support in some parts of the country
  • Railway introduced flexifare scheme on selected trains
  • Supreme court says first information report needs to be published within hrs
  • Andhar Pradesh to get special package
  • PM stepped up attack on Pakistan

International Issues

  • Israel suspended its Cooperation with Unesco
  • Bangladesh and China have agreed to elevate their cooperation
  • Syria issue disturbs Russia and West relations
  • The Ethiopian government has declared a state of emergency
  • Inter-Services Intelligence chief to be replaced
  • Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos won the Nobel Peace Prize
  • After EU vote Paris climate deal set to come into force
  • YoshinoriOhsumi won the Medicine Prize Nobel
  • EU struck deal with Afghanistan to take back migrants
  • US warns Pakistan about Nuclear posturing
  • US Presidential candidate Clinton concerned over Nuclear weapon in Pak
  • European Union ratifies Climate deal
  • US supports India’s aid in Afghanistan
  • Difference between Russia and Ukraine on the rise again
  • China says India can still get NSG membership
  • India- China talks about India’s entry into NSG
  • World’s first quantum communication satellite to be launched by China
  • Stricter enforcement of environmental standards in China
  • Massive human rights violation in Balochistan for decades
  • Stalled Myitsone dam project came under focus
  • After decades of delay Pakistan tabled Hindu Marriage bill
  • UNESCO denies report on ‘delisting’ of Dambulla temple
  • India performs unsatisfactory in broadband adoption
  • China gets new country, Myanmar, under Silk Road project
  • Turkey’s Minister says Fethullah gulden terrorist organisation has infiltrated India
  • PM Modi promises to stand by Afghanistan
  • Tension rises between Israel and Gaza
  • U.S.’s security assistance to Pakistan has slowed significantly
  • A powerful earthquake rattled Italy
  • UN investigation said that President Bashar carried out chemical attacks
  • Obama administration wants second term for Jim Yong Kim
  • Assassination attempt on German Chancellor
  • PM’s mention of human rights violations in Baloch praised by Baloch exile leaders
  • UN urged African nations to close a gender gap that also has economic cost
  • DCNS will go to court against publishing leaked documents on the Scorpenes
  • Boost to India’s diplomatic outreach for the Bay of Bengal economic zone
  • Dilma Rousseff was stripped of the Brazil’s presidency
  • China will provide at least submarines to Pakistan
  • The Australian court asks newspaper to provide leaked data to shipbuilder DCNS
  • Belt and Road initiative to be followed by a World Land Bridge
  • PM Modi balances between US and China
  • The World Health Organisation declared Sri Lanka to be malaria-free
  • Israel and Palestine agreed for talks
  • Agreement reached for truce in Syria
  • Russia to join forces with China in South China Sea
  • The United States marks the th anniversary of the / attacks
  • China wants the BRICS grouping to acquire a larger security dimension
  • Yazidi woman, survivor of the Islamic State (IS), appointed UN Goodwill Ambassador
  • Islamic State (IS) loses territory in Iraq and Syria
  • The United Nations suspended all aid convoys in Syria
  • The landmark Paris agreement on climate change moved closer to reality
  • US appeals court upheld Open Internet regulations
  • IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has been killed in a raid in Syria says reports
  • UN expresses concern over targeted killing in Bangladesh
  • Islamic state claims responsibility for Orlando shooting
  • David cameron warns against Brexit
  • Bangladesh Government started Nationwide crackdown on ultra's
  • Thirteen top Britain scientists against Brexit
  • Chinese President might visit Nepal this year
  • German Chancellor wants Britain to stay in EU
  • U.S. has asked Pak to ensure that its territory is not used for planning attacks in India
  • Hillary Clinton gets Obama’s support
  • Pakistan accuses India of derailing talks
  • Chinese media downplays Beijing-Washington strategic dialogue
  • Syria’s President plans to take away every part from IS
  • Another Communal attack in Bangladesh
  • Hillary Clinton officially secures Democratic nominations
  • Former Maldives President jailed for years
  • International Atomic Energy Agency worried about North Korea
  • Kerry warned against provocative and destabilising act in South-China Sea
  • Coalition fighting in Yemen rejects UN report
  • The eighth edition of the U.S.-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue
  • U.S. Department of State released report on terrorism
  • Nepali soldiers kicked off efforts to partially drain glacial lake
  • Committee on constitutional supports autonomousunits for Muslims and Tamils
  • The committee on constitutional reforms come up with Bill of rights in Sri Lanka
  • Shangri-La Dialogue to start
  • German passed resolution terming massacre of Armenians as genocide
  • Pak army says U.S. drone strikes in Pakistani territory are regrettable and must stop
  • The UN children’s fund issued warning to Iraqi troops and IS militants for children
  • NIIT to provide training to Chinese students
  • About $ million in bitcoins will be auctioned in Australia
  • Dalai Lama says refugees in Europe should eventually return to home countries
  • US says Euro soccer tournament will present “potential targets for terrorists”
  • Iraqi forces pressing advantage against IS
  • Britain's PM calls against Brexit
  • Former Chadian dictator Hissene Habre sentenced to life
  • UNHCR says more than people died off Syria this week
  • Breakaway Taliban faction willing to hold peace talks with the Afghan government
  • India gets big diplomatic success
  • US asked Pakistan to go after terrorists
  • US President paid moving tribute to victims of the first atomic bomb
  • Russian President in Greece to reinforce their relationship
  • Presumptive Republican presidential nominee promises to increase oil and gas production
  • Clear discussions on boundary negotiations between India and China
  • Donald Trump gets required delegates for nominations
  • President begins his Chinese visit
  • Pakistan condemns drone attack on Pakistan’s soil
  • Indian investment in Chabahar port assessed positively
  • The political crisis in Kathmandu escalated further
  • President Maithripala Sirisena will be the first leader of Sri Lanka in the G- summit
  • US President’s Vietnam visit to give push to his Asia orientation
  • France looking to solve the Israel-Palestine issue
  • US house passed amendment to National defence authorisation act
  • China threatening to suspend talks with Taiwan
  • India to raise visa curb issue with Canada
  • Wreckage from EgyptAir plane found in Mediterranean
  • Sri Lanka facing big floodproblem
  • Moscow's Joint air strike in Syria proposal rejected by US
  • US President to visit Vietnam and Japan
  • Seventh anniversary of end of Eelam war observed
  • Syria regime takes back key town
  • Hillary Clinton closer to getting nominations
  • US senate allowed sept victims to sue Saudi Arabia
  • Maldives cuts ties with Iran
  • White House says blocking aid to Pak could complicate bilateral ties

India & The World

  • India likely to ink a deal on the S- Triumf long range air defence system
  • India is Russia’s especially privileged strategic partner says Russian President
  • Maldives quits the commonwealth
  • UN General Assembly appointed Antonio Guterres as Secretary General
  • Pakistan’s reference of Kashmir rejected by India
  • Sri Lanka joined the demand for regional organisation to counter cross-border terrorism
  • India strongly criticised UN Security Council
  • India gets support of its old ally Russia
  • India would stresson trying to operationalise the Green Climate Fund
  • SAARC summit in Pakistan postponed after withdrawal from various countries
  • Modernisation of Su- fighters made significant progress
  • India gets Bangladesh’s support over Balochistan
  • Non Aligned Movement meeting in September
  • BRICS women parliamentarians forum started at Jaipur
  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi heads to Southeast Asia and China
  • India summons Pakistan High Commissioner Abdul Basit
  • India-Japan pledged for ties in areas of counter-terrorism, civil nuclear cooperation
  • PM says ASEAN is important to India
  • Exchange of tariff concessions under the Asia Pacific Trade Agreement
  • India said Terrorism is the grossest violation of Human Rights
  • Baswan committee report on changes in the Civil services exam referred to Govt
  • Fantasy epic Game of Thrones made history at Emmy
  • Non Allignment movement summit ends in Venezuela
  • India reminds Pakistan about its promise
  • No. of Baloch activists staying in Europe could approach India to seek asylum
  • Sushma Swaraj addresses United Nations General assembly
  • China says its trying to decrease the tension between India and Pak

Economy

  • Air India posts operational profit for first time in years
  • Wholesale price inflation eased marginally in September
  • Government pursuing lower GST rate
  • Govt warns employees against criticism of GSTN
  • Rapid-growth companies number increased very fast
  • Centre to consider approach to revitalise India’s retail and wholesale trade
  • Centre formed a high-level committee to consolidate the regulation of pension products
  • A new global pollution deal for aviation
  • Govt will augment the process of development for waterways
  • Government to give push to stalled hydro projects
  • A federal appeals court reinstated a $ million jury award for Apple
  • India’s foreign exchange reserves scaled to a new high
  • Telecom secretary says despite low response in spectrum govt will meet targets
  • Country’s services sector business activity softer in September
  • World Economic Forum says India and Pak problem will not impact regional growth
  • India is examining mechanisms to offset higher emissions
  • The U.S. suspended talks with Russia over conflict in Syria
  • MPC decided to reduce the benchmark repo rates
  • Black money disclosure tally may increase even further
  • To Boost BRICS trade, India will organise trade fair for BRICS
  • PMI in sept saw a slight dip
  • The centre is reconsidering a plan to widen the social security net
  • Govt received Bids of crore
  • India considering about developing airport at Chabahar
  • India’s biggest ever sale of spectrum
  • Cabinet approved foreign investment changes in NBFCs
  • Govt to boost connectivity in rural areas
  • Ease of doing business index will be improved after GST
  • TRAI introduced portal to allow mobile phone users to check the call drop rate
  • Inflation at two year high
  • Exports shrink again in July
  • Off-grid solar can meet India’s power demand
  • Centre may ease regulatory norms for Exim Bank, ECGC
  • IMF raised question marks over the ability of the RBI to target inflation
  • Next round of RCEP trade talks to begin in Vietnam
  • Moody’s says next central bank governor should continue tight policy
  • Wholesale Price index rose to . percent
  • Rajan stressed on the need to improve governance at public sector
  • The future of Internet in India report predicts big increase in Internet users
  • The government plans to set up new cold chain projects
  • The Ministry of Mines unveiled a web portal for the easy access to information
  • India post to began operations as Payment bank from
  • Central board of excise and customs to come up with Inter-state GST
  • Finance minister says in order to taxes to go down base must increase
  • More foreigners visiting India
  • NITI Aayog will soon come up with long-term policy to boost manufacturing
  • Government to finalise MPC members this month
  • India is home to the third largest number of technology-driven start-ups
  • The Centre is framing a policy to enable all major ports to develop inland waterways
  • Market remained cautious after Urjit Patel nomination
  • An authority to administer and manage its Digital Locker initiative
  • Govt might ban all cash transactions above lakhs
  • New non-performing assets formation slowed
  • India is th wealthiest country in the world
  • Air passengers will soon be able to use Wi-Fi services on board
  • Cabinet approved the revised Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement with Cyprus
  • RBI has announced a raft of measures to boost investor participation
  • India-U.S. talks to focus on ways to improve the quality of goods and services
  • Unified Payment Interface become operational
  • With an aim to discourage cash transactions, govt has set up a high-level committee
  • Many back-end issues need to be addressed for early rollout of GST
  • Govt said India is keen to become a global hub for international arbitration
  • Trade ministers from WTO member nations to meet in Oslo
  • The journey ahead for introducing the GST may not be easy
  • Reserve Bank of India Governor says economic growth showing signs of picking up
  • Govt to share subsidy burden to replace old vehicles
  • U.S. to look into India’s concerns on visa fee hike
  • Reserve Bank made a strong case for providing more capital to public sector banks
  • First quarter saw decline in GDP growth
  • Union Cabinet approval for permanent residency status to all foreign investors
  • Scheme to promote electric and hybrid vehicles will help save fuel
  • Chief Economic Advisor says India will grow between -%
  • Indian manufacturing activity rose to a -month-high
  • India will tread a cautious middle path on excess capacity in steel
  • Maharashtra ranked highest in broad measure of Ease of Doing Business
  • Govt to come up with scheme to provide mobile phone access to over , villages
  • Urjit Patel to take charge of RBI Governor
  • China may soon grant market access to India's non-basmati rice exports
  • G leaders resolved to combat a “populist backlash” against global trade
  • India's production of summer-sown pulses is likely to surge to a record high
  • Canada hopeful of reaching agreement to supply more Uranium to India
  • India has signed a MoU with Greece to allow unlimited number of flights
  • Municipal bonds to be made more popular
  • Members of the National Pension System will have different options
  • Rueters poll says Inflation likely to fall down
  • Railways financial performance to improve after surge pricing
  • Government cracking down on vendors indulging in cartelisation
  • Other countries in the BRICS are opposed to Chinese free trade proposal
  • Singapore exchange to exit from Bombay Stock exchange
  • Union Cabinet is likely to take up in its next meeting the constitution of the GST Council
  • New set of criteria’s for recapitalisation of State-owned banks
  • India’s industrial output and Inflation slowed
  • Centre’s indirect tax collections increased more than per cent
  • Big foreign retail chains and food brandsare eyeing an entry in the Indian market
  • Jio may not be as successful as expected
  • Govt. to discuss the proposed labour code on wages and the Small Factories Bill
  • Manufacturing sector leads WPI to a two-year high of . per cent
  • Govt is working to meet the April deadline for GST
  • Finance Ministry moves to fill SAARC Development Fund posts
  • Finance minister says Fiscal Responsibility and Budget Management Act is important
  • India's current account moved in to surplus in the April-June quarter
  • The factory inspection system needs a complete overhaul says CII
  • India’s external debt stand at $. billion
  • The Centre has notified the Bharat Stage (BS)-VI emission standards
  • Asian Development Bank approved $ million for India’s first coastal industrial corridor
  • Govt looking to give boost to tourism sector
  • The Centre has notified the scrapping of toll tax collections on small road
  • India’s CAD narrowed in the first quarter
  • Govt named external nominees to MPC
  • To boost exports Govt. revamps Merchandise Exports from India Scheme
  • Revocation of Most favoured nation tag from Pak will be symbolic
  • Government has ruled out any extension to deadline for disclosure on black money
  • Incredible India Investors’ Summit gets big investment
  • Government to block content of child sexual abuse
  • New date for budget presentation to be st feb
  • India has risen rapidly among all countries in the global competitive stakes
  • India’s unemployment rate at five-year high
  • CBEC gets nod for Project SAKSHAM
  • Union Ministry of Road Transport and Highways will invite bids from foreign funds

Science & Technology

  • There are a dizzying two trillion galaxies in the universe
  • ISRO has firmed up a strategy to a make increasingly smaller satellites
  • Estimates of TB burden has been inaccurate in India
  • Scientists recorded sounds by Jupiter’s aurora
  • Trio of scientists won the Nobel Chemistry Prize for developing molecular machines
  • Cassini spacecraft has discovered steep-sided canyons on Titan
  • The Wildlife Institute of India will now house the country’s first repository on tigers
  • Climate change could bring back age old diseases
  • Bone marrow transplant to become lot easier
  • New method to fight desertification
  • Global warming is spreading disease among animals and humans
  • Success of GSLV mission makes ISRO ready for the Chandrayan- mission
  • Astronomers have found a magnetar that spins much slower than the slowest known
  • GSAT-, India’s advanced and heaviest communication spacecraft to date to be launched
  • PSLV satellite launcher will place its passengers in two different orbits
  • Pluto may contain an ocean spanning over km
  • ISRO puts satellites in two diff orbits
  • Green house gases have to come down for planet to cool down
  • D-printed material helps bones regrow
  • Rosetta spacecraft to switch off after years
  • Australian Great Barrier Reef rodent, the first mammal lost due to climate change
  • Mars Orbiters have for the first time found a seasonal dust storm pattern
  • Study suggests France flood are related to Global warning
  • Using satellite based method NASAcame up with new pollution source
  • D printing technology getting better
  • New Biochip for cancer detection
  • Actions on Air Quality reports says airr pollution is rising
  • Solar storms may have provided the crucial energy needed to warm Earth
  • India takes baby steps towards developing a reusable launch vehicle
  • CSE puts alarming report on bread
  • Digitising data on ‘stolen’ Buddhist relics
  • Barack Obama will not apologise for the atomic bombing of Hiroshima
  • New research opens many possibilities
  • NASA led study found out contrast about Antarctica and Arctic ice cover
  • Hypersonic test flight promises to shrink world
  • Nuclear capable indigenously developed Prithvi-II missile test-fired

Sports

  • Jitu Rai wins Champion of
  • Champions pistol Award
  • Javelin thrower DevendraJhajharia scripted history
  • nd Olympic gold for Phelps
  • Big dent to Indian medal hopes
  • Dipa Karmakar finished th in the vault final
  • Dipa, Jitu Rai nominated for the Khel Ratna
  • Usain Bolt makes it triple triple
  • National swimming coach S. Pradeep Kumar selected for Dronacharya Award
  • President honoured athletes
  • Good news for yogeshwar dutt
  • Novak Djokovic completes career slam
  • Greatest boxer Muhammad Ali passes away
  • Paes-Hingis won French Open
  • India enters final of Asian snooker championship
  • Anurag Thakur appointed as BCCI chairperson
  • India loses to China in Uber cup

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