Current Affairs 3rd November 2015 Download important updates on 03/11/2015

Current Affairs 3rd November 2015 Download important updates on 03/11/2015

Current Affairs 3rd November 2015: People from all over the nation are daily looking to know important updates from their states, neighbor state and whole India. You all know indiagrade website frequently updated the current affairs day wise. Candidates preparing for Govt exam, railway exam, bank exam are informed to regularly visit our current affairs page to find more information about daily updates.

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Current Affairs 3rd November 2015

3rd Nov 2015 Important Updates:       

National Current Affairs(03.11.2015):

  • First International Film Festival for the persons with disabilities will be held from 1st December 2015 to 3rd December 2015 in Delhi. 
  • Deepak Singhal appointed Executive Director of RBI. 
  • Punjabi is now the third language in Parliament of Canada.
  • International Indigenous Terra Madre 2015 is started today in Shillong(Meghalaya).
  • Unisys Corporation India appointed Ravikumar Sreedharan as a managing director.  
  • Andhra Bank appoints Suresh N. Patel as MD and CEO.

International Current Affairs(3rd Nov 2015):

  • Bus accident in Nepal on Tuesday totally 30 people dead and more than 35 injured. 
  • Nepal and US armies launched Joint Military training Balance Nail 16-01.
  • India & Indonesia signed MoUs on Energy, Culture Exchange on 3rd November. 

Sports Current Affairs(03:11:2015):

  • Virdhawal and Mana Patel won best swimmers award in 69th senior National Aquatic Championships in Rajkot. 
  • Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik announced retirement from test cricket after England series. 

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