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May 31, 2013

Current Affairs Daily Updates - 29th May 2013


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  • Bulgaria's parliament on Wednesday confirmed economist Plamen Oresharski as new prime minister to head a Socialist-backed anti-crisis cabinet of technocrats, ending a post-election stalemate in the EU's poorest country.
  • India, Japan to accelerate talks on Nuclear deal, Tokyo wants CTBT (Comprehensive Test ban treaty).
  • After wrapping up his Japan visit Prime Minister ManmohanSingh leaves for Thailand on a day's visit to reinforce India's 'Look East' policy.
  • Wali-ur-Rehman a senior Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) commander was killed in the militant stronghold of North Waziristan, on northwest Pakistan's border with Afghanistan, Pakistani security officials and militants said.


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  • Jammu and Kashmir police has ordered promotion of 487 head constables to the rank of Assistant Sub-Inspectors.
  • North Central Railway starts women's helpline'1800-180-5315' with those accessing it via mobile phones required to add '0' before the number.
  • Government has set up a National Forum on Water Resources for sharing ideas for better management among the states.
  • 15 Indian-American students, including 6 girls, qualify for NationalSpellingBee semis, making it one-third of total 42 qualified candidates.
  • A six-year-old boy has been found positive for the deadly new bird flu strain in Beijing as the H7N9 virus that has killed 37 people so far resurfaced in China after a gap of two weeks.
  • Hindustan Petroleum Corp Ltd (HPCL) plans to revive Rs 50,000 cr refinery cum petrochemical project near Vizag in Andhra Pradesh.
  • Hurricane Barbara made landfall in Mexico’s southern Pacific coast , leaving at least two dead, including a 61-year-old US surfer who drowned under the waves, authorities said.
  • To assist women who are victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, the Haryana government will set up of two crisis centres in the state.
  • A Group of Ministers (GoM) today approved a bill which seeks to set up an independent regulatory authority for the coal sector to address contentious issues such as pricing, supply and quality.The Coal Regulatory Authority Bill will be sent to the Cabinet within 10 days for its approval.
  • Sony launches Xperia Tablet Z in India at Rs 46,990.
  • The Punjab Government has all set to roll out the E-District Project in the entire state by October 30 this year at the cost of Rs 53.34 crore, making the dream of putting all offices online a reality.
  • In a severe indictment of the May 25 "savage" attack by Naxalites in Chhattisgarh, the National Human Rights Commission said the Maoists have now made it impossible for authorities to take social welfare programmes to the most needy.
  • Lieutenant General (retired) Nirbhay Sharma was today sworn in as the 15th Governor of Arunachal Pradesh.


  • Two Indian-origin researchers have developed a robot that can foresee human action in order to step in and offer a helping hand such as pouring beer into a cup when it needs a refill.


  • Former BCCI President SharadPawar demands Home Ministry inquiry into all IPL-6 matches.
  • A Mumbai court  extended the police custody of Chennai Super Kings (CSK) team owner Gurunath Meiyappan till 31 May after it was told by the city crime branch that it wanted to confront him and actor Vindoo Randhawa, arrested in Indian Premier League (IPL) betting scandal, with a Chennai hotelier, also suspected of involvement in the case.
  • S Sreesanth's friend Abhishek Shukla was arrested  for allegedly removing evidence by hiding the cricketer's money and other articles. Mr Shukla has been taken to Mumbai for recovery of the articles.
Rose M


  1. Can u plz provide current affairs for total MAY month

    1. By tomorrow you will get the pdf file of May month current affairs Nanda Kumar

  2. I think that pdf file for total month is more useful than this...because here i have to note the imp matters...
    Thank you so much for your great help.


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