Wednesday, 28 November 2018

28 November 2018 | Daily Assam current affairs for APSC



  • Dowry deaths continue to account for a substantial share of all female homicides in India despite legislation prohibiting it, according to a UN study which says the home is the most dangerous place for women around the world. 
  • The Nagaland Government has allocated Rs 5 crore for this year’s 10-day annual Hornbill Festival at Naga Heritage Village, Kisama, near Kohima.
  • The Meghalaya Assembly  replaced the earlier government resolution passed on September 27 this year with an amended resolution, on inclusion of Khasi and Garo languages in the Eighth Schedule of the Indian Constitution.
  • Thailand Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn arrived here this evening on a two-day maiden visit to Manipur to attend the 10-day Sangai Festival which has been under way at various locations since November 21.
  • The political party launched by former Indian football captain Bhaichung Bhutia today announced plans to move the Supreme Court to remove the “immigrant” tag from the Sikkimese Nepali community.
  • To mark the inauguration of the tenth edition of the Pragjyoti International Dance Festival presented by Kalpa, an international dance called ‘Shataranga’ from the Bengali word for seven colours, was presented at the Sri Sri Madhavadeva Auditorium on Monday



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