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TOP CURRENT AFFAIRS 30 OCTOBER 2018 FOR COMPETITIVE EXAMS

 Introduction: This post deals with the top current affairs of 30 October 2018, These are fully analyzed and every single detail is provided with the exam point of view, All you need to do is go through it and try to read between the lines so that you can come out with your own opinion.

TOP CURRENT AFFAIRS 30 OCTOBER 2018 FOR COMPETITIVE EXAMS


CSIR has developed less polluting firecrackers.
CSIR has developed less polluting firecrackers named as SWAS (Safe Water Releaser), SAFAL (Safe Minimal Aluminium) & STAR (Safe Thermite Crackers).

Delhi’s airport is among the world’s busiest airport
According to an internal report by the Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL), Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport is among the 20 busiest airports in the world as in 2017 it handled 63.5 million passengers

WWF: 60% of animal population has been wiped out in 44 years.
According to World Wide Fund’s “Living Planet Report,” 60% of all the animals with a backbone- fish, birds, amphibians, reptiles & mammals have wiped out from 1970 to 2014 due to human activities.

WHO: 600,000 children die every year due to air pollution
According to the World Health Organisation, 600,000 children under the age of 15 die every year due to air pollution. Every year, 93% of children under the age of 15- a full of 1.8 billion youngsters including 630 million under the age of five breaths toxically polluted air.

India’s largest dry dock will come up at Cochin shipyard
India’s largest dry dock will come up at the Kerela’s Cochin shipyard for construction, repair, and maintenance of ships at the Cochin shipyard. The move has taken under the ‘Make In India’ scheme by the Union Shipping Minister, Nitin Gadkari & Kerela’s C.M, Pinarai Vijayan.
Currently, India shares 0.66% in the global shipbuilding market which will rise to 2% by this initiative.

Namami Gange Programme has approved 12 new projects
The National Mission for Clean Ganga has approved 12 projects worth rs. 929 crore under the Namami Gange Programme in its 16 meeting on 29th Oct. 2018.
Indonesia Plane crashes
Indonesia’s 2-month-old Boeing jet crashed into the Java Sea, just minutes after taking off from Jakarta, and killed all 189 people on board.

India & Japan signed a $75 billion currency swap agreement

India & Japan signed a $75 billion currency swap agreement during the visit of P.M Narendra Modi in Japan.

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