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Miliposts Current Affairs Today: October 25, 2022

Miliposts Current Affairs Today

Miliposts Current Affairs Today: October 25, 2022

Myanmar added to the list of high-risk countries by the FATF

The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) has placed Myanmar on a list of high-risk countries called the ‘Black List’ that have ‘strategic deficiencies in governance to combat money laundering, terrorist financing and terrorist financing proliferation’. Myanmar is the third to be included, along with North Korea and Iran. The city was added to the FATF list of high-risk countries in February 2020 for failing to point out strategic deficiencies.

ISRO launches LVM3 M2, the first commercial mission to put all 36 satellites into desired orbits

The Indian Space Research Organization successfully launched its first commercial Launch Vehicle Mark 3 (LVM3) M2 satellite mission from the Satish Dhawan Sriharikota Space Center in Andhra Pradesh.

World Under-23 Wrestling Championship: Aman Sehrawat becomes the first Indian wrestler to win a gold medal

Aman Sehrawat has made history by winning the World Under-23 Wrestling Championship gold medal. He became the first Indian wrestler to win a gold medal in Pontevedra, Spain. Olympic medalists Bajrang Punia and Ravi Kumar Dahiya had reached the finals of their categories in the initial editions but could only win a silver medal.

Men’s World Team Chess Championship 2022: India among top 12 chess nations

The top 12 chess-playing nations, including India, the United States, China, and the Netherlands, have been included in the 2022 Men’s World Team Chess Championship in Jerusalem, Israel, in November 2022. Other participating countries include India, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, and China. United States, Azerbaijan, Spain, France, Netherlands, Poland and host Israel.

Rishi Sunak made history by becoming the first Indian-born British Prime Minister.

Rishi Sunak became the first Prime Minister of the United Kingdom of Indian descent from the Conservative Party of Great Britain. Sunak ascended the throne after Liz Truss resigned within 45 days of his appointment, becoming the shortest-running prime minister.

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