Current Affairs updates on 15th November,16th November and 17th November 2015
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Current Affairs updates till 17th November 2015 are covered.Updates on 15th November,16th
November and 17th November 2015 are covered.
These updates on Current Affairs and latest happenings are very useful in upcoming recruitment examinations like SSC (Staff Selection Commission), RRB(Railway Recruitment Board), SBI and RBI Recruitment,IBPS,Postal,Insurance and other state level recruitment examinations.
1.Ashok Singhal(89),Veteran Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) leader died at a hospital in Gurgaon.
2.Ashok Singhal played active role at the forefront of the BJP and Sangh Parivar's Ram Temple Movement.
3.Australian fast bowler Mitchell Johnson has retired from all forms of International Cricket.
4.Mitchell Johnson is Australia's fourth highest test wicket taker. He took 313 wickets in 73 test matches and also took 239 One day wickets.
5.G-20 Summit 2015 took place in Antalya,Turkey.
6.The crisis in Syria is high on the G20 Summit's agenda.
7.Saina Nehwal lost Super series final.Xueri Li won Super Series(Badminton).
8.Australian Pace bowler Mitchell Starc bowled the fastest delivery in Test cricket history on the third day of the second test against Newzealand in Perth.
9.Mitchell Starc bowled a delivery at a speed of 160.4 Kilometres per hour.
10.Indian Shuttler Siril Varma won a silver medal at the BWF World Badminton Championships suffering a narrow defeat against Chinese Taipei's Chia Hung Lu.
11.Over draft taken by bank account holders under Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana (PMJDY) reached Rs.120 crores.
12.Punjab National bank disbursed the highest amount as overdraft followed by Bank of Baroda under PMJDY Scheme by October 30.
13.Saeed Jaffrery (86),Veteran actor of Bollywood passed away.He appeared in many British and Indian films.