INTERNATIONAL


Monthly INTERNATIONAL Current Affairs May 2016  Pdf Like Points Pocket.
China, Japan on US trade monitoring list
Venezuela hikes minimum wage 30% amid inflation
Iraq declares state of emergency as protestors storm into Parliament
Wipro inaugurates Saudi’s 1st all-women IT park
India, New Zealand signed Air Services Agreement
First cruise ship sailing from US to Cuba in over 50 years
80 countries to attend World Humanitarian Summit
Craig Wright revealed as Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto
ISIS developing Google-style driverless cars for attacks
Japan announces $7 billion plan to develop Mekong region
WWF released report titled Protecting People through Nature
Donald Trump wins Indiana primary; Cruz drops out of Republican race
South Korea, Japan, China agree to put joint efforts to ensure financial stability
China deploys 1st military corruption inspectors
US state introduces unwanted baby drop-off box
Russia to add military divisions to counter NATO
European Central Bank decided to end production and issuance of 500 euro banknote
Zimbabwe is set to print its own version of the US dollar in order to ease a cash shortage in the country.
Alberta Wildfire: State of Emergency declared by Canada Government.
India and Iran reached an agreement for the former to pay Iran $6.4 billion in pending oil payments using European banks, India’s Oil Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said
Brazil is set to get the world’s first strictly adults-only sex-themed amusement park.
India and Japan to sign MOU for Cooperation in Sports
8000-year-old paddy discovered in China
Nepal recalls its Ambassador to India Deep Kumar Upadhyaya over charges of non-cooperation
Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines to conduct joint water patrols to curb kidnappings
Australian university to provide medical technology to India
Saudi Arabia Oil Minister replaced after 21 yrs
United Nations launches Multi-Partner Trust Fund for Zika virus response
Chinese economy: exports fall by 2% and imports by 11% in April
Cultural festival in Egypt inaugurated to observe Tagore’s birth anniversary
Luxembourg to launch asteroid-mining spacecraft
Iran successfully tests missile
Greece passes pension, tax reform bill
Urgent action needed to end the AIDS epidemic by 2030: UN Report
Rodrigo Duterte wins Philippines Presidential polls
Austrian Chancellor Werner Faymann resigns
37,000 India files in new Panama papers released
Obama signs into law new restrictions on Syrian antiquities
Airport Show opens in Dubai
Obama signs National Bison Legacy Act making Bison the First National Mammal
Rodrigo “Digong” Duterte wins the Philippines Presidential Election
Norway sets up Panama Papers hotline
Obama 1st serving US President to visit Hiroshima
France to set up deradicalisation centres
US India Defence Cooperation Act introduced in Senate
SAARC nations to set up uniform child helpline
Brazil President Rousseff suspended for six months
Azerbaijan worst in Europe for LGBTI
Islamic State releases app for children
Kenya to close World’s biggest refugee camp in Dadaab
Social fridges scheme of Europe adopted by Argentina as poverty rises
SL President Maithribala Sirisena on two-day India visit from today
Brazil new interim President Michel Tomer calls for trust in values for Brazil’s recover
Myanmar plans to keep free speech restrictions
Largest cargo plane Antonov An-225 Mriya lands 1st time in India
WHO proposes faster test for superbug form of TB
Pakistan set to get $510 million from IMF
British climber’s first foreigners to scale Everest after quake
Singapore terms join Oxford English Dictionary
China’s embassy in Libya shuts temporarily
India, Bangladesh hold border talks in Dhaka
Solar Impulse lands in Oklahoma
US plans to renew bulk of its sanctions against Myanmar
UK banks close 600 branches in one year
Venezuela declares emergency citing US threat
US activates missile defence site near Russia
2016 Red Flag Aerial combat exercises concludes in US
Venezuelan President orders seizure of non-functional factories
China launches a remote sensing satellite to carry out land surveys
African and Western powers hold summit in Nigerian capital Abuja
White House launches project to study microbes
New York-based law firm hires 1st ever AI lawyer
UNWTO and China to organize First World Conference on Tourism
United States has activated a land-based missile defence station (Aegis Ashore Missile Defence System) in Deveselu, Romania.
President Barack Obama criticises Trump’s Muslims & wall policy
Suicide bombing, claimed by IS, kills 37 police recruits in Yemen
US Secretary of State John Kerry met Sunday with Saudi Arabia’s King Salman for talks on the conflicts in Syria, Libya and Yemen.
World-First Scanning Helium Microscope Built In Australia
China launches Yaogan-30 remote sensing satellite to carry out land surveys
India, US held first Maritime Security Dialogue
British Royals launched Heads Together campaign to tackle stigma of mental health
Apple CEO Tim Cook starts his much-anticipated India tour
World’s ‘tallest’ roller coaster opens in US
Panama signs OECD tax information pact
Italian Parliament approves same-sex civil unions
United Nations released World Cities Report 2016 – Urbanisation and Development: Emerging Futures’ report
UNICEF and EU Launch #Emergency Lessons Campaign on Education in Crisis Zones
Taj Mahal in top 5 tourist attractions in the world and Second position in Asia: Survey
International Buddhist conference begins in Nepal to remember the Buddha Birthday Anniversary
Beijing-New Delhi Yoga Conference opens in China
World Bank announces pandemic insurance plan
27th India-Indonesia CORPAT concludes in Belawan
India, Iran plan to revive age old friendship during PM Modi’s visit to Tehran
6.1 magnitude earthquake hits Australia Mexican government approves extradition of drug lord Guzman to US
G-7 summit 2016: Finance ministers discuss Chinese economy, oil prices
US House of Representatives gave nod to bolster defence ties with India on par with NATO
Taliban leader Mullah Akhtar Mansour killed in US drone attack in Pakistan
7 dead after volcano erupts in western Indonesia
India pledges $1 million for Afghan school
India Hits Back China, Says No Need to Sign NPT for NSG membership
First Metro Line to the Sea Opens in Los Angeles
New poll shows Trump beating Clinton in general election
Seoul calls for Pyongyang’s denuclearisation stance before talks
India, Thailand, Myanmar to be linked by highway
Barack Obama announces full lifting of Vietnam arms embargo
US lifts arms ban on old foe Vietnam as regional tensions simmer
Switzerland to open world’s longest and deepest train tunnel after 17 years
EU releases $28 million to help Greece handle refugee crisis
World leaders join calls for improving global humanitarian situation
London’s Night Tube to start running from August
Euro zone unlocks €10.3bn bailout loan for Greece
Renewable energy employed 8.1 million in 2015: IRENA
Murder of Congolese national: African countries want ‘Africa Day’ put off
US lists 2 Pak-based groups as global terrorists
World economy, terrorism take centre stage as G7 leaders meet in Japan
UN chief Ban Ki-moon urges dialogue between North and South Korea
China’s service trade deficit narrows to $20.3 bn in April
G-7 leaders discuss terrorism, refugees and women related issues among others
Donald Trump wins Republican nomination for US President
Soft Bank president Nikesh Arora receives salary package of $73 million in FY16
SC Allows Italian Marine Salvatore Girone to go Home
G7 nations to end fossil fuel subsidies by 2025
India 2nd in initiating anti-dumping probes: WTO
Sadhguru to lead yoga session at UN on 2nd International Yoga Day
Australia removed from UN climate change report
India, Australia sign MoU to enhance R&D capabilities in biotech
Pakistan bans advertisements for contraceptives
Maldives to achieve 3.5 per cent GDP growth this year, says IMF
Former Argentine dictator jailed for 20 years
Swiss mark the opening of the world’s longest and deepest rail tunnel
Iranians not to attend hajj in Saudi Arabia
China to spend $725 billion on rural connectivity
Swiss town votes to pay $292k to avoid refugees
Taiwan’s Problem Is the Economy, Not China
Pakistani Singer Salma Agha to Get Overseas Citizen of India Card
UK is world’s most corrupt country: Mafia expert