World Current Affairs 2010 PART-I
• British PM wants more 'political opening' in China: Speech.
• Kamal Nath seeks World Bank Assistance for Strengthening NITHE.
• Sri Lankan capital, suburbs hit by floods.
• Musharraf wanted to replace Jinnah's image with his own on Pak currency.
• Nestle has completed a five-year, 5 billion euro ($6.89 billion) refinancing of its one-year revolving credit facility, active bookrunner Citi said in a statement.
• Discovery Channel to air six episodes on future cities
Worlds leading non-fiction media firm Discovery Communications -- through its popular Discovery Channel -- will telecast across India from Nov 22 six episodes on how future cities will be, a company official Thursday said.
• Currencies to dominate G20 talks
The world's leading economies begin a summit in South Korea, with currency policies set to dominate the agenda.
• India, Britain tie up for research on food security
India and Britain Thursday agreed to collaborate on development of scientific knowledge that will increase food security and alleviate poverty, officials said.
• Google to hire 300 engineers in India.
• Facebook helps save woman from sex-slavery in Italy.
• Tendulkar named ICC's ambassador for 2011 World Cup.
• Yuvraj Singh suffered another jolt with the Cricket Board dropping him from the top grade of the central contracts which will carry substantial hikes in retainership fees.
• Mariners broadcaster Niehaus dies./ Niehaus, who called Seattle Mariners' games from their first Major League Baseball season through this year, has died at the age of 75, his family has said.
• Federer leads seeds into Paris Tennis Masters third round.