Current Affairs 30th November, 2015: Sunil Narine Suspended by ICC for Illegal Bowling Action
Sunil Narine Suspended by ICC for Illegal Bowling Action
30.11.2015: West Indies bowler Sunil Narine is suspended from international cricket with immediate effect for his illegal bowling action. This was announced by international cricket council. A report was received by ICC after the third one day international match against Sri Lanka on 7th November this year. The assessment of ICC revealed that his deliveries exceed level of tolerance permitted and thus this decision was taken.
Nico Rosberg Wins Abu Dhabi Grand Prix Title of F1
30.11.2015: German Formula 1 driver Nico Rosberg is the winner of 2015 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix title. This is the third victory in this season for the German driver. He won fourteen titles in his career and the latest is the sixth in this season. He already won Spain, Monaco, Mexican and Brazilian Grand Prix titles this year.
Great Britain Wins Davis Cup 2015
30.11.2015: Andy Murray, helped his team win the Davis Cup 2015 title. He led Great Britain to win he cup since 1936. This is the tenth time that the country won the cup in the history of Davis Cup. He defeated David Goffin to achieve this feat. Great Britain is now in the third position after winning the Davis Cup this year. Davis cup was established in 1900. United States created record by winning the title for 32 times till now.
Kerala Tourism Wins Favorite Indian Leisure Destination Prize
30.11.2015: The readers of Conde Nast Traveller magazine chose Kerala Tourism as favorite Indian Leisure Destination Prize at Conde Nast Travel Awards 2015. The awards are in the fifth year. The awards are given in travel, tourism and hospitality categories.
Mumbai City Surveillance Project Launched
30.11.2015: Chief Minister of Maharashtra Devendra Fadnavis launched the first phase of Mumbai City Surveillance project. More than six thousand CCTVs would be installed in the city of Mumbai under this project. The project is going to be completed before November 26 next year which is the anniversary of Mumbai terror attacks.