Daily C.A One Liners, 27-November Updates

  • 26 November : National Milk Day
  • Himachal Pradesh Govt Launches ” Him Suraksha Abhiyan ” To Raise Awareness About COVID-19
  • 10th Edition Of National Science Film Festival Started Virtually
    —Inaugurated By Deputy Chief Minister Of Tripura Jishnu Dev Verma
    —The Festival Is Jointly Organized By Vigyan Prasar & Tripura Govt
  • Father Of The Indian Computer Industry F C Kohli Passed Away
    —Mr. FC Kohli Was The Founder And 1st CEO Of Tata Consultancy Services
    —In 2002 , Kohli Was Awarded The Padma Bhushan , India’s 3rd Highest Civilian Honor
  • Bharti Airtel Ltd Buys 5.2% Stakes In Avaada MHBuldhana Pvt Ltd For Rs 4.55 Cr
  • West Bengal Govt Launched ” Karmai Dharma ” Scheme
  • 7th Joint Trade Committee Meeting Held Between India & Myanmar
  • DRDO Developed Varunastra Heavy Weight Torpedo Delivered To The Indian Navy
  • HAL Intermediate Jet Trainer Successfully Completes 1st Spin Test In Bengaluru
  • PM Modi Virtually Inaugurated The 3rd Global Renewable Energy Investors Meet & Expo (RE-INVEST 2020)
    —Theme : ” Innovations For Sustainable Energy Transition “
  • Sports Ministry recognizes Archery Association Of India (AAI) As National Sports Federation
    —AAI’s Recognition Was Withdrawn By The Ministry On December 7, 2012
  • Indian Railway Has Launched A Completely Digitized Online Human Resource Management System
  • Kiren Rijiju Launches 2nd Edition Of ” Fit India School Week ” Program
  • Uttar Pradesh Government Imposes ESMA For 6 Months
    {ESMA : Essential Services Maintenance Act}
  • PM Modi To Visit Pune’s Serum Institute Of India On 28 November
  • Centre Extended The Ban On International Flights Till December 31 , 2020
  • Afghanistan Ranked 1st In The Global Terrorism Index (GTI) 2020
    —Iraq Ranked 2nd In The Global Terrorism Index (GTI) 2020
    —Nigeria Ranked 3rd In The Global Terrorism Index (GTI) 2020
    —Pakistan Ranked 7th In The Global Terrorism Index (GTI) 2020
    —India Ranked 8th In The Global Terrorism Index (GTI) 2020
    —Sri Lanka Ranked 20th In The Global Terrorism Index (GTI) 2020
    —Nepal Ranked 27th In The Global Terrorism Index (GTI) 2020
    —Bangladesh Ranked 33rd In The Global Terrorism Index (GTI) 2020.