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GKCA Update 26 Nov to 02nd Dec th Starred Articles . 26 Nitish Kumar announces liquor ban in Bihar from April 1. Nov politics and Government > Liquor Ban in Bihar The Bihar government plans to enforce prohibition of alcohol in the state from April 1, 2016. Chief minister Nitish Kumar made the announcement at a 'prohibition day' function in Patna. Source: ban-allied-blenders 01 India quietly begins move for entry into Nuclear Supplier's Group Dec India > Nuclear Supplier's Group Notwithstanding protests by Pakistan and attempts by China to play spoilsport, India has quietly launched process of the country's possible entry into the coveted Nuclear Supplier's Group (NSG) next year with the recent visit of the group's current chairman Rafael Grossi to meet Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj and senior government officials.

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1 GKCA Update 26 Nov to 02nd Dec th Starred Articles . 26 Nitish Kumar announces liquor ban in Bihar from April 1. Nov politics and Government > Liquor Ban in Bihar The Bihar government plans to enforce prohibition of alcohol in the state from April 1, 2016. Chief minister Nitish Kumar made the announcement at a 'prohibition day' function in Patna. Source: ban-allied-blenders 01 India quietly begins move for entry into Nuclear Supplier's Group Dec India > Nuclear Supplier's Group Notwithstanding protests by Pakistan and attempts by China to play spoilsport, India has quietly launched process of the country's possible entry into the coveted Nuclear Supplier's Group (NSG) next year with the recent visit of the group's current chairman Rafael Grossi to meet Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj and senior government officials.

2 Source: nuclear-suppliers-group/ 02 Chennai city reels even as more rain predicted; airport closed, trains Dec cancelled India > Chennai Floods For the second time in weeks, life in Chennai has been brought to a grinding halt because of flooding. The city received overnight rain that was the worst in a century, forcing the state government to release water from overflowing reservoirs and lakes around the city. This brought the floodwaters rushing through the Adyar River, which flows through the core of the city. Flights and trains to and from Chennai have been either delayed or cancelled, leaving passengers stranded across the country.

3 Source: predicted-airport-closed-trains-canceled / 02 Tamil Nadu government does not have power to release Rajiv Gandhi's Dec killers, rules Supreme Court politics and Government > Rajiv Gandhi Killing Seven convicts undergoing lifer term imprisonment in former PM Rajiv Gandhi's killing are to remain in jail. According to the Supreme Court, Tamil Nadu government cannot unilaterally remit their sentences. According to the constitution bench headed by Chief Justice H L Dattu, the consent of central government is must in cases probed by central agency and Tamil Nadu must take consent of Centre before remitting their jail term. Source: Rajiv-Gandhis-killers-rules-Supreme-Cour t/ Page 1 of 4.

4 GKCA Update 26 Nov to 02nd Dec th Others 26 India successfully test-fires nuclear capable Prithvi II missile Nov Science and Technology > Prithvi II Missile India successfully test-fired its indigenously developed nuclear capable Prithvi-II missile, which has a strike range of 350 km, as part of a user trial by the army. The missile test was carried out from a mobile launcher from launch complex-3 of the Integrated Test Range (ITR) at Chandipur near here at 1210 hrs. Source: prithvi-ii-missile/ 26 Government launches scathing attack on Congress on secularism Nov politics and Government > Secularism The Winter session of Lok Sabha began with an animated debate on the Constitution during which the government said the word 'secularism' mentioned in it had been "misused" while the opposition, led by Congress President Sonia Gandhi, raked up the issue of 'intolerance'.

5 Source: sonia-gandhi-constitution-ambedkar 27 HSBC to shut down India private banking business Nov Banking and Insurance > HSBC. HSBC Holdings Plc is shutting its private banking unit in India, marking the exit of another foreign bank from the cut-throat wealth management business in Asia's third-largest economy. After a strategic review of the global private banking operations in India, they have decided to close the business. This marks further progress in the HSBC group strategy to simplify business and deliver sustainable growth. Source: banking-business/ 27 India-Israel co-developed LRSAM missile successfully flight-tested Nov Science and Technology > LRSAM Missile Long Range Surface-to-Air Missile (LRSAM) was on 27 November 2015 successfully flight-tested for the first time from an Israeli Naval Platform.

6 The missile is co-developed by India and Israel. The trial test was undertaken by Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) in the presence of Defence Research Development Organisation (DRDO) scientists. During the test the missile achieved the desired goal by hitting the incoming target. Source: flighttested-1448698356-1. Page 2 of 4. GKCA Update 26 Nov to 02nd Dec th 27 Patricia Scotland appointed as Secretary General of Commonwealth of Nov Nations World > Secretary General of Commonwealth of Nations Dominica-born British lawyer Patricia Scotland was on 27 November 2015 appointed as the Secretary General of the Commonwealth of Nations. With this, Patricia become the first British citizen and first woman as well to hold the role in the 66-year history of 53-member Commonwealth.

7 Source: commonwealth-of-nations-1448690580-1. 29 PV Sindhu won Macau Open Grand Prix Gold Badminton tournament for 3rd Nov consecutive time Sports > Badminton Indian Shuttler PV Sindhu on 29 November 2015 won the Macau Open Grand Prix Gold women's singles title for the third consecutive time. This was Sindhu's first title of the season and the fifth overall. Source: tournament-for-3rd-consecutive-time-1448 853611-1. 30 PTA: India, Iran agree to open up channel for information exchange Nov Economy > Preferential Trade Agreement India and Iran have agreed to open up a channel for exchange of information to start preliminary consultations for a preferential trade agreement (PTA), Parliament was informed today.

8 In the first meeting of Joint Working Group on trade and commerce, which was held in April in Tehran, both the sides agreed to examine the scope and the feasibility of entering into a preferential trade agreement. Source: channel-for-information-exchange/ 30 India, 19 other nations pledge to promote clean technologies Nov politics and Government > Promote Clean Technologies Twenty countries, including India, the US and China, will today launch an initiative to double their clean energy research and development budget over the next five years as part of global efforts to tackle climate change. Source: promote-clean-technologies/ 02 Tata Sons, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China ink pact Dec Corporate > Tata Sons Tata Sons and Industrial and Commercial Bank of China Limited (ICBC) have formed a long-term partnership, under which ICBC will become a strategic banking partner to the Tata group.

9 Page 3 of 4. GKCA Update 26 Nov to 02nd Dec th Under the alliance, ICBC will provide the Tata group with financing products, global cash management, consulting, international trade finance business, investment banking, foreign exchange, derivatives trading, and other global financial services. Source: commercial-bank-of-china-ink-pact/ 02 Pakistan hangs four convicted of Taliban massacre at school in Peshawar Dec World > Peshawar Attack Pakistan executed four men for involvement in the massacre of 134 children at an army-run school in the northwestern city of Peshawar last year. The hangings were the first executions of civilians convicted by Pakistan's military courts, which were set up after the massacre through a constitutional amendment.

10 Source: massacre-at-school-2151087. Page 4 of 4.


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