TNPSC – CURRENT AFFAIRS ENGLISH
- Union Shipping Ministry issues draft Merchant Shipping Bill
- UAE emerges as the First Arab Gulf Country to Generate Electricity from Coal
- Union Road Transport Minister Gadkari inaugurates Highway projects worth over Rs 7400 Cr in Uttar Pradesh
- West Bengal State Government Expands the ‘Swasthya Sathi’ Health Scheme from December 01
- Largest solar project set up at Leh Indian Air Force station, Ladakh
- SCO Heads of Government Meet – India to host on November 30
- Mercedes-Benz partnered with SBI to target HNI customers
- MoU signed between India and Finland in the field of environmental protection and biodiversity conservation
- Fit India Mission 200 Kilometers walkathon organized in New Delhi
· Prakash Javadeker launches India Climate Change Knowledge Portal
· Nitin Gadkari inaugurates Highway projects in Uttar Pradesh
· Russia test-fired Tsirkon hypersonic missile in the Arctic
· India’s GDP Contracts 7.5% in September Quarter
· Indian Army launches cycling expedition in Gujarat & Rajasthan
· India rise four spots to 104th in latest FIFA rankings
· SpiceJet launches dedicated freighter services to Leh in Ladakh
· L&T bags Rs 7,000-cr order to construct part of Bullet Train project
· Bengaluru’s Bowring Medical College named after Atal Bihari Vajpayee
· Chief Minister Edappadi Palaniswami has launched this App.
· It has been designed for the benefit of the general public to reach out to the Tamil Nadu Fire and Rescue Services.
· The Union Information Technology Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad launched the International version of the UMANG application.
· It was launched in UK, US, Australia, Canada, Netherlands, UAE, Australia, Singapore and New Zealand.
· UMANG is Unified Mobile Application for New-age Governance.
· It was launched under the Digital India initiative of the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology.
· It mainly helps to avail several government services.
· Cyclone Nivar made a late-night landfall near Puducherry.
· The tropical storm has weakened from a "very severe cyclonic storm" to a "severe cyclonic storm".
· Nivar was given the name by Iran.
· Nivar is the third name after Nisarga (by Bangladesh) and Gati (by India).
· It is to be used from the new list of names for North Indian Ocean Cyclones, released in 2020.
· It has 169 names of cyclones, a compilation of 13 suggestions each from 13 countries.
· Amphan, proposed by Thailand, was the last name in the 2004 series.