Important One Liners Current Affairs – 23 October 2018

By | October 23, 2018

Daily 21 #OnerLiners : 23 Oct 2018
– 4th Edition of NITI Lecture Series Held In New Delhi

– India’s First Domestic Cruise ‘Angriya’ Flagged Off From Mumbai

– Parliamentary Panel To Examine Functioning Of EPFO

– Cope India 2018: India, Japan, US Plan Joint Air Exercise

– ⭐️ 4 Himalayan Peaks Named After Late PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee

– Climate Fund Approves $1billion For Projects In Poor Countries

– PM Announces Award in Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose’s Name

– IFC Launches $1 Billion Masala Bond Programme In The US and Europe

– India Ranked 9th Most Valuable Nation Brand

– L&T Ranks 22 In Forbes’ Best Global Employer List, Alphabet Tops

– Japanese Nobel Chemistry Laureate Shimomura Passes Away

– ⭐️ US-based Dalit writer Sujatha Gidla wins 2018 Shakti Bhatt Prize

– 27th Fusion Energy Conference held in Gandhinagar, Gujarat

– PM inaugurates National Police Memorial in New Delhi

– ⭐️ Police Commemoration Day: October 21

– ⭐️ PM announces national award in Netaji’s name for disaster relief workers

– 75th anniversary of establishment of Azad Hind government observed

– ⭐️ India’s longest river bridge will be built on Brahmaputra river in Assam

– ⭐️ Cope India air exercise: India, Japan, US planning to host joint trilateral air exercise

– AG600: China’s first amphibious aircraft completes first water takeoff

– US merges its embassy and Consulate General in Jerusalem into single diplomatic mission

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