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May 31, 2013

Daily Current Affairs - 30th May 2013


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  • India, the United States and Australia came together to develop new climate-resilient varieties of rice and wheat.
  • India, Thailand ratified a treaty on the Transfer of Sentenced Persons, enabling both sides to swap prisoners.
  • India, and not Europe, should enjoy the status of being Pakistan's largest trading partner in order to boost economic growth in the region, European Union Ambassador Lars-Gunnar Wigemark has said.


  • Noted filmmaker Rituparno Ghosh on Thursday died of cardiac arrest at his south Kolkata residence. He was 49.Winner of 12 national and some international awards, Ghosh was suffering from pancreatitis and died of heart attack at 7.30am, his family said.
  • Prime Minister Manmohan Singh elected to Rajya Sabha from Assam for fifth consecutive term.
  • National Commission for Minorities has written to the Jammu and Kashmir government for setting up of a Minority Commission in the state.
  • Power Ministry said various measures, including automatic load shedding schemes, are in place to prevent electricity grid outages.
  • President Pranab Mukherjee on Rituparno Ghosh: His untimely death is a huge loss to Indian film industry especially to Bengali cinema.
  • West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee claims that the 'anti-people policies' of the UPA compelled her quit the alliance.
  • A set of stamps, featuring six portraits of Queen Elizabeth II spanning the length of the monarch's reign, were launched here today to celebrate the 60th anniversary of her coronation.
  • 7th edition of Regional Pravasi Bharatiya Divas, will be held in the Australian city of Sydney this November.
  • Delhi court issues notice to all 2G scam accused on CBI's plea seeking to call Anil Ambani and 16 others as witness in the case.
  • Tripura, one of the largest bamboo-growing states in the country with 16 varieties, has undertaken a project to package bamboo shoots for sale to star category hotels.
  • Full protection will be given to politicians working in Naxal-affected states, says Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde.
  • Fishermen in Andhra Pradesh celebrate ‘Matsya Mahotsav’ to please the Goddess of Water.


  • Sensex down 81 points in opening trade on sustained selling by foreign funds, triggered by weak trend in Asian region.
  • US economy grew at a modest 2.4% annual rate from January through March, slightly slower than initially estimated.


  • With demand being robust due to fall in gold prices, India’s import of the yellow metal in April-June period is expected to touch a record level at 300-400 tonnes, according to the World Gold Council (WGC).


  • Scientists identified a sub-group of cells that contribute to prostate cancer recurrence, opening up potential new targets to treat disease which claims more than 3000 lives a year in Australia.
  • Researchers have discovered a new flying dinosaur in China - roughly the same size as a chicken - that lived about 150 million years ago.
  • Scientists from Canada in their new study highlighted that the genetically modified fish can breed with wild brown trout.


  • Delhi Police recovers Rs 5.5 lakh, which was part of Rs 10 lakh paid to cricketer Sreesanth for spotfixing in an IPL match, from Mumbai.
  • Indian women's 18-member hockey squad announced for FIH World League Round
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