Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif appeared in anti-corruption court in the Panama Papers scam case

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1.Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif appeared in anti-corruption court in the Panama Papers scam case :-

Pakistan’s deposed Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his family members appeared in the anti-corruption court in Islamabad in connection with the Panama Papers scam case. Mr Sharif, his daughter Maryam Nawaz and son-in-law Capt. Capt Mohammed Safdar reached the court amid tight security. The National Accountability Bureau had filed cases against Mr. Sharif and his family in the Accountability Court. Mr Sharif’s family has alleged that these cases against them are politically motivated.

 

2.Lebanon’s Prime Minister Sad Hariri returned home on the eve of Independence Day of the country :-

Lebanon’s Prime Minister Sad Hariri returned home late on the eve of Independence Day on the eve of the country last night. He had left the country suddenly about three weeks before resigning. He announced his decision to leave the post on November 4 from Saudi Arabia on television. It is hoped that Mr. Hariri will be present in the traditional parade of Independence Day and the traditional ceremony of Rashtrapati Bhavan.

 

3.Hardik Patel has announced support for Congress in the coming assembly elections next month :-

Patidar’s leader in Gujarat, Hardik Patel, has announced to support Congress in the coming assembly elections next month. The leader of the Patidar Anamat movement committee told in Ahmedabad that Congress has agreed to give reservation to Patel community and will include this issue in its election manifesto.

 

4.All-party meeting in Guwahati to discuss issues relating to renewal of citizens’ national register in Assam :-

An all-party meeting was held today in the assembly conference room in Guwahati for the renewal of the National Register of NRCs in Assam. Representatives of various political parties, including Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal and Assembly Speaker, Hetendra Nath Goswami, attended this important meeting.

 

5.Opening stage for the first six days of Indian International Film Festival :-

An open forum that runs for six days in the International Film Festival of India started. This program has been an integral part of the film festival for the last 29 years. It was inaugurated by International Film Festival Director Suneet Tandon in Panaji. In the open forum, film producers, actors, jury members, government officials and organizers who came from abroad and exchanged open discussions with each other.

The theme of Open Forum, which is open in IFFI, is the theme of the open forum, new challenges in organizing the film festival. Suneet Tandan, Director of the Film Festival, is participating in this forum as speakers.

 

6.India is the second largest fish producing country in the world: Shri Radha Mohan Singh :-

The Minister of Central Agriculture and Farmers Welfare, Shri Radha Mohan Singh has said that in the E.Z., ‘Letter of Permit’ or ‘L.O.P.’ implemented earlier for fishing. The system has been closed from January 2017 and keeping in view the interests of traditional fishermen, special provisions have been made in the area of 12 nautical miles which is regulated by the Government of India, such as during the monsoon.

 

7.AYUSH Ministry meeting in New Delhi to finalize draft of National Policy for Medicinal Plants :-

A meeting of the AYUSH Ministry in New Delhi has been held today to finalize the draft of the National Policy for Medicinal Plants. In the meeting, AYUSH Minister Shripad Yaso Naik said that eighty percent of medicinal plants are received from forests and this area can create immense opportunities for employment. He said that today the medical industry needs effective medicinal plants in terms of treatment and there is a need for extensive research and development in this area. AYUSH minister also started the certification plan for medicinal plants.

 

8.PV Sindhu and Saina Nehwal reached the second round of the Open Super Series Badminton Tournament in Hong Kong :-

Saina Nehwal and PV Sindhu have reached the second round in the Open Super Series Badminton Tournament in Hong Kong. However, P Kashyap and Saurabh Verma failed to cross the initial round.

In women’s singles, national champion and Olympic bronze medalist Saina defeated Denmark’s Mete Pollen 21-19, 23-21. Olympian silver medalist PV Sindhu beat Hong Kong’s Liuang Yuit Yee 21-18, 21-10. In men’s singles, P Kashyap had to face defeat at Lee Dang Kiun of Korea, while Saurabh was defeated by Tommy Sugiarto of Indonesia.