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Latest Current Affairs of 02 November 2018


India’s first locomotive-less train ‘Train 18’ crosses 180 kmph speed limit: India’s first locomotive-less less train, known as Train 18, breached the 180 kmph speed limit during a test run on Sunday.

Need to strengthen Primary Healthcare system in country: Vice President: Ensure that the treatment provided by them is not only accessible but also affordable.

Poll campaigning in Top Gear in Rajasthan, Telangana: Electioneering in top gear in poll-bound states of Rajasthan and Telangana; senior BJP leaders Rajnath Singh and Sushma Swaraj campaign in Rajasthan …BJP President Amit Shah campaigns in Telangana… senior Congress leader Kapil Sibal holds press briefing in Hyderabad… TRS releases manifesto …

Sunil Arora takes over as new Chief Election Commissioner of India: Sunil Arora on Sunday took charge as the Chief Election Commissioner of India . He succeeded OP Rawat who retired today. Arora was appointed as election commissioner in September 2017.

PM Modi holds 9 bilateral meetings in Argentina: The last day of Prime Minister Narendra Modi saw a hectic flurry of bilateral meetings beginning with a very special breakfast catch up with Argentine President Maurisio Macri.

India to host G20 summit in 2022: G20 nations accepted India’s proposal to allow the world’s fastest growing economy to celebrate 75 years of independence in a very special way.

US accuses Russia of meddling in polls: US Defense Secretary James Mattis has said that Russian operatives attempted to interfere in the 2018 midterm elections.

General election is the only method to establish democracy: Rajapaksa: In Sri Lanka, new Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa has asserted that a general election is the only method to establish democracy in the country, while party of ousted Prime Minister Ranil Wickremsinghe has said it is ready for elections but legitimate government should be established first.

Sri Lanka : Political crisis likely to last longer: In Sri Lanka, the political crisis is likely to last longer as the Supreme Court crucial hearing against the dissolution of Parliament will be held next week.

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