October 2023

Daily Top-10 Current Affairs MCQs / News (October 18 2023) for CSS

6. India`s top court refuses to legalise same-sex marriages

India`s top court refused on Tuesday to legalise same-sex marriages but said the country had a duty to acknowledge LGBTQ relationships and to protect them from discrimination.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi`s government has opposed moves to legally codify same-sex partnerships in the five years since the Supreme Court struck down colonial-era laws banning gay sex.
Lawyers for several same-sex couples urged the court earlier this year to grant their relationships full legal recognition, but the five-member bench ruled that extending marriage equality was a parliamentary decision

7. UN Security Council rejects Russian resolution on Middle East

The UN Security Council on Monday rejected a Russian resolution condemning spiraling violence in the Middle East, with delegates refusing to back a motion that did not single out Hamas for its surprise raid on Israel.
Just four countries voted with Russia on its proposed text. Four others including the US voted against, while six abstained

8. Xi welcomes `dear friend` Putin to Beijing

Chinese leader Xi Jinping welcomed his `dear friend` Russian President Vladimir Putin to Beijing on Tuesday, kicking off a multilateral summit overshadowed by Israel bombing of Gaza.
Beijing this week hosts representatives of 130 countries for a forum on Xi`s vast trade and infrastructure project, the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI)

9. Harun the hero as Pakistan make World Cup qualifying history

Harun Hamid`s goal will go down in history; the win will script the future of Pakistan football.
This was massive, almost ethereal. It was some way to end a 34-year long wait in front of a raucous crowd that had gathered for the team`s first home game in over eight years.
In 34 matches since Pakistan first entered qualifying for the FIFA World Cup back in 1989, they had failed to win a single game. That`s why it meant so much. For the players, who sank to the ground in tears at the final whistle. For the fans, who had gathered on a damp afternoon at the Jinnah Stadium on Tuesday to cheer them on

10. Edwards leads from the front as Dutch humble SA again

The Netherlands defeated mighty South Africa by 38 runs at the ICC World Cup in Dharamsala on Tuesday as the European outsiders humiliated the Proteas for the second time in a year.
Chasing 246 to win from a rain-reduced 43 overs after Dutch captain Scott Edwards made a crucial 78 not out, South Africa, one of the tournament favourites, were bowled out for 207 at the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium

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