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National Events 2010 – November Current Affairs

Nov. 1: Fiftyone per cent polling is recorded in fourth phase of Bihar Assembly elections.
Manu Joseph bags The Hindu Best Fiction Award for his debut novel Serious Men.

Nov. 4: The Union Cabinet gives nod for the Protection of Women against sexual Harassment at Workplace Bill, 2010.

Nov. 6: Mumbai a symbol of incredible energy and optimism that defines India, says the U.S. President Barack Obama commemorating the 26/11 terror attack at the Taj Mahal Palace and Towers.

Nov. 8: I look forward to India becoming a permanent member in a reformed United Nations Security Council, says the U.S. President Barack Obama addressing a joint session of Parliament.

Nov. 9: The Maharashtra Chief Minister Ashok Chavan resigns owning responsibility for the Adarsh Cooperative Housing Society scam.
The Congress sacks Suresh Kalmadi as secretary of the Congress Parliamentary Party.
Fifty per cent polling in Bihar Assembly election fifth phase.
Mohan, the prime accused in the October 29 murder of siblings in Coimbatore, is killed in an encounter on the Podanur–Vellore road.

Nov. 10: A parliamentary probe panel holds Justice Soumitra Sen of the Calcutta High Court guilty of ‘misconduct’ tantamount to ‘misbehaviour’.
B. Ramalinga Raju, prime accused in the Satyam Computer fraud is sent to jail after his surrender in a court in Hyderabad.

Nov. 11: Prithviraj Chavan and Ajit Pawar are sworn in Maharashtra Chief Minister and Deputy Chief Minister.
The Supreme Court grants bail to the former Haryana DGP S.P.S. Rathore in a molestation case.
A fast track court in Dharmsala, Himachal Pradesh sentences to four years RI four senior medicos for the ragging of Aman Kachroo, a junior student leading to his death.

Nov. 12: The former Haryana DGP, S.P.S. Rathore is freed from the Burail jail in Chandigarh.
Shyamoli Gupta is elected AIDWA president.

Nov. 14: The Union Telecommunications Minister A. Raja resigns from Cabinet over the 2G spectrum allocation scam.

Nov. 15: The HRD Minister Kapil Sibal is given additional charge of Telecommunications, IT Ministry.

Nov. 16: The CAG report on the 2008 2G spectrum allocation indicting former Communications Minister A. Raja is tabled in Parliament.

Nov. 19: The outgoing Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva is chosen for the Indira Gandhi Prize for Peace, Disarmament and Development for 2010.
‘Sabla’ or Rajiv Gandhi’s Scheme for Adolescent Girls’ is launched in New Delhi.

Nov. 20: Fiftyone per cent of the electorate cast ballots in the sixth and final phase of the Bihar Assembly polls.

Nov. 22: Interbank Mobile Payment Service, a first-of-its-kind service in the country is launched in Mumbai.

Nov. 23: Huge oil spill as two cargo ships collide on the Hooghly river at Nurpur in West Bengal’s South 24 Parganas district.
Sensex collapses by 600 points its steepest fall in 15 months, before gaining 265 points to end at 19691.84.

Nov. 24: The Janata Dal (United) BJP alliance bulldozes to power in Bihar winning 206 seats in the 243 member House.
Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Konijeti Rosaiah resigns and the Assembly Speaker Nallari Kiran Kumar Reddy to succeed him.
The CBI arrests eight bank and financial firm officials after unearthing a multi-crore housing finance bribery racket.

Nov. 25: Nallari Kiran Kumar Reddy is sworn in Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister.
India launches the Mobile Number Portability service, with Union Minister Kapil Sibal making it available from Rohtak, Haryana.

Nov. 26: Nitish Kumar is sworn in Bihar Chief Minister for a second consecutive term. Sushil Kumar Modi is Deputy Chief Minister again.
Nehchal Sandhu is new Intelligence Bureau Chief.

Nov. 27: The Tamil Nadu Government reappoints Latika Saran, DGP.

Nov. 28: The 9900 MWe Jaitapur Nuclear Power Project in Maharashtra gets environmental clearance.
Rain wreaks havoc in Tiruvarur, Madurai and Thanjavur leaving paddy on thousands of hectares flooded.

Nov. 29: Y.S. Jaganmohan Reddy resigns the Kadapa Lok Sabha seat and also quits the Congress.


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