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1.INS ‘Vela’ commissioned into Navy

The indigenously built Scorpene class submarine ‘ Vela ‘ has recently been officially commissioned into the Navy . This submarine has been built by Mazgaon Dock Shipbuilders Limited ( Mumbai ) in collaboration with M/s Naval Group ( France ) . ‘Mazgaon Dock Limited’ Shipyard a Public Sector Undertaking under the Ministry of Defence . It is noteworthy that under the program ‘Project-75’ of the Indian Navy, six ‘Scorpene class’ ‘attack submarines’ are to be built. Kalvari, Khanderi and KaranjINS Vela is the fourth submarine of the series after INS Vela. It is to be supported by the Department of Defense Production (Ministry of Defence) and the Indian Navy during various stages of its construction. Submarine ‘Vela’, launched in May 2019, has completed all major port and sea trials, including weapons and sensor tests, despite the COVID-induced restrictions. The Scorpene class submarines covered under ‘Project-75’ are powered by ‘Diesel-Electric Propulsion System’. The Scorpene is one of the most sophisticated submarines, capable of carrying out missions such as anti-surface ship warfare, anti-submarine warfare, intelligence gathering and area specific surveillance.

2.37th India-Indonesia Corp.

Indian Navy and Indonesian Navy37th edition of Indo-Indonesia Coordinated Patrol (Indo-Indonesia CORPAT) betweenis being held. Maritime patrol aircraft of both the nations will participate in this exercise. It underlines the mutual trust, synergy and cooperation between the navies of the two countries. To strengthen maritime links, both the navies have been conducting exercise ‘CORPAT’ along their International Maritime Boundary Line twice a year since 2002. The objective of this exercise is to secure the Indian Ocean region for commercial shipping, international trade and conduct of lawful maritime activities. Exercise ‘CORPAT’ helps in building coordination and interoperability among navies and helps in prevention and suppression of illegal and uncontrolled activities of fishing, drug smuggling, exchange of information for prevention of piracy, illegal migration and at sea. Important for search and rescue operations.

3.Trilateral exercise ‘Dosti’: India-Maldives-Sri Lanka

15th edition of the biennial trilateral Coast Guard exercise ‘ Dosti ‘ between India, Maldives and Sri Lanka held in Maldivesdone in. This exercise has completed 30 years in the year 2021. Exercise ‘Dosti’ was started in the year 1991 between the Coast Guards of India and Maldives. Sri Lanka first participated in this exercise in the year 2012. The exercises conducted over the past ten years have focused on providing assistance in the event of maritime accidents, eliminating marine pollution and the Coast Guard’s procedure during situations such as oil spills. Indian Coast Guard ships Vajra and Apoorva have been deployed for this exercise (2021). The India-Maldives-Sri Lanka trilateral exercise ‘DOSTI’ aims to strengthen ties, enhance mutual cooperation and capacity and establish cooperation between the Coast Guards of India, Maldives and Sri Lanka.

4.Permission to continue the cross plan

The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs has Panँc years (2021-2026) in the next fiscal (15th) cycle of its eight sub-projects with well ‘ Attmosfeyr and Climate Research, Modeling Abjhrving Systems and Services ‘ ( Atmosphere & Climate Research-Modelling Observing Systems & Services- ACROSS) has been approved to continue the scheme. The Across scheme is related to the atmospheric science programs of the Ministry of Earth Sciences (MoES) and focuses on various aspects of weather and climate related services. Each of these aspects is included in the form of eight sub-schemes under the overall plan of ‘ACROSS’, each institution has a specified role to fulfill the above functions through the following eight schemes.

  1. Polarimetric Doppler Weather Radar – DWRs
  2. Upgradation of Forecasting System – IMD
  3. Weather and Climate Services – IMD
  4. Atmospheric Observation Network- IMD
  5. Numerical Modeling of Weather and Climate – NCMRWF
  6. Monsoon Mission III
  7. Monsoon Convection, Clouds and Climate Change – MC4
  8. High-Performance Computing System- HPCS

The scheme is being implemented by the Ministry of Earth Sciences (MoES) through units like India Meteorological Department (IMD), National Center for Medium Range Weather Forecasting (NCMRWF), Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology (IITM) and Indian National Center for Ocean Information Services (INCOIS). is being implemented. The scheme will provide better forecasting and services about weather, climate and ocean and other risk related services. This will include warnings related to cyclones, storm surges, heat waves and thunderstorms. The entire process, from the preparation of forecast information to its distribution, requires a large number of manpower at each stage, creating employment opportunities for many people.

5.US invites Taiwan to Summit for Democracy

US President Joe Biden has invited Taiwan to a virtual summit with more than 100 countries. US to meeting China and Russia are not invited to. Even though the US does not recognize Taiwan as an independent country, it has invited Taiwan. The US regards Taiwan as an ideal democracy. First ” Summit for Democracy ” 9 and December 10, 2021will be conducted online. The individual meeting of this summit will be held in its second edition in 2022. This summit is being organized because democracy has faced setbacks. In countries where America had high hopes. America’s NATO ally Turkey is not included in this list. The President of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, was labeled an “autocratic” by the US President. In the Middle East, only Israel and Iraq have been added to the list. America’s traditional Arab allies Egypt, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates are all absent. The US has also invited Brazil. On the African side, Kenya, Congo, South Africa, Nigeria and Niger have been invited.

6.Defense Acquisition Council approves AK-203 deal with Russia

The Defense Acquisition Council ( DAC ) has given permission for mass production of AK-203 rifles . DAC has also approved an independent satellite for the Indian Air Force (IAF) . This decision has been taken ahead of the visit of Russian President Vladimir Putin to India. His tour will begin on December 5. The deal was put on hold since 2018. The DAC meeting was chaired by Defense Minister Rajnath Singh . During this meeting, the Minister gave permission for the manufacture of 7.5 lakh AK-203 assault rifles for the Indian Air Force under the ‘ Make in India ‘ initiative . Rs 5,000 croreMore than one contract was signed. This would lead to the manufacture of 6,014,427 AK-203s for a period of 10 years.

7.Abhijit Banerjee wrote the book Cooking to Save your Life

Indian-American economist and Nobel laureate, Abhijit Banerjee has written a new book called Cooking to Save your Life . The illustrated book by French-based painter Cheyenne Oliver is published by Juggernaut Books. He won the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences in 2019 along with Esther Duflo and Michael Kremer for their experimental approach to alleviating global poverty.

8.Ban Ki-moon releases his autobiography Resolved: Uniting Nations in a Divided World

Ban Ki-moon , former Secretary – General of the United Nations, titled Resolved: Uniting Nations in a Divided Worldis an autobiography. It covers the life experiences and challenges that the author faced in his life and detailed his tenure in the United Nations (UN). He served as the 8th Secretary-General of the United Nations for two 5-year terms (2007–2016). In ‘Resolved: Uniting Nations in a Divided World’, published by HarperCollins India, Ban describes how he moved from “child of war” to “man of peace”. became. Former UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon’s first diplomatic posting was in India and he developed such a special relationship that even 50 years later, he tells the Indian people that half of his “heart is in his country”.

9.Russia insists on a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict

Russian President Vladimir Putin has insisted that Russia would seek a ” two-state solution ” to the Israel-Palestinian conflict .obeys. It is one of the most enduring conflicts around the world. The conflict began with the Israeli occupation of the West Bank and the Gaza Strip and is now in its 54th year. Several attempts have been made to resolve the conflict as a part of the Israeli-Palestinian peace process. There has been a 100-year struggle between Jews and Arabs for a piece of land between the Jordan River and the Mediterranean Sea. From 1882 to 1948, Jews from all over the world gathered in Palestine. This movement was called aliyah. In 1917, the UK gained control of Palestine, as the Ottoman Empire collapsed after World War I. After the UK took control, the Balfour Declaration was issued with the aim of establishing homes for Jews in Palestine. However, during that period, Arabs were the majority in Palestine. The Jews supported the idea but the Palestinians rejected it. Then, the Jews claimed Palestine with the Arabs as their natural home. The Jews received the support of the international community. Israel still controls the West Bank but has exited Gaza. The United Nations still recognizes that piece of land as part of the occupied territory. Israel claims the whole of Jerusalem as its capital, while Palestine claims East Jerusalem as the capital of a future Palestinian state. As a result, tensions are often high between Israelis and Palestinians living in Gaza, the West Bank and East Jerusalem. The Jews claimed Palestine to be their natural home with the Arabs. The Jews received the support of the international community. Israel still controls the West Bank but has exited Gaza. The United Nations still recognizes that piece of land as part of the occupied territory. Israel claims the whole of Jerusalem as its capital, while Palestine claims East Jerusalem as the capital of a future Palestinian state. As a result, tensions are often high between Israelis and Palestinians living in Gaza, the West Bank and East Jerusalem. The Jews claimed Palestine to be their natural home with the Arabs. The Jews received the support of the international community. Israel still controls the West Bank but has exited Gaza. The United Nations still recognizes that piece of land as part of the occupied territory. Israel claims the whole of Jerusalem as its capital, while Palestine claims East Jerusalem as the capital of a future Palestinian state. As a result, tensions are often high between Israelis and Palestinians living in Gaza, the West Bank and East Jerusalem. While Palestine claims East Jerusalem as the capital of the future Palestinian state. As a result, tensions are often high between Israelis and Palestinians living in Gaza, the West Bank and East Jerusalem. While Palestine claims East Jerusalem as the capital of the future Palestinian state. As a result, tensions are often high between Israelis and Palestinians living in Gaza, the West Bank and East Jerusalem.

10.Abdullah Hamdok reappointed PM of Sudan

Sudan deleted Prime Minister Abdullah Hmdok (Abdalla Hamdok) to Hmdok and Abdel Fttah Al-Burhan (Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan) Sudanese General Commander of the Armed Forces since the current political crisis to sign a political declaration to end was re-appointed. Prior to becoming Prime Minister, Hamdok served as a Special Adviser at the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, the African Development Bank, and the Bank for Trade and Development in Ethiopia.

11.BOB Financial Solutions ties up with NPCI for RuPay credit card

Bank of Baroda (BoB) subsidiary BOB Financial Solutions (BFSL) has joined hands with National Payments Corporation of India ( NPCI ) to launch BoB credit card (Easy and Premier variants) on RuPay platform .) partnered with. Both the Easy and Premiere variants of the BoB credit card have been launched on the JCB International network and both the cards support global acceptance. Both the Easy and Premiere variants of the BoB credit card have been launched on the JCB International network and both the cards support global acceptance. These cards come with benefits like 5X reward points on select merchant categories, fuel surcharge waiver, pre- and post-purchase EMI offers, three complimentary add-on credit cards for family members and many exciting merchant offers enabled by both BFSL and NPCI come.

12.Alexander Zverev defeated Daniil Medvedev to win the ATP Finals title

Tennis in Germany ‘s Alexander Zvereva (Alexander Zverev) by Italy in Turin at 2021 ATP Finals title (ATP Finals title) in the men’s singles final to win the Russian world No. 2 Daniel Medvedev (Daniil Medvedev) 6-4 to 6 beat -4. This is Zverev’s second Nieto ATP Finals title after winning his first in 2018. France’s Pierre-Hugues Herbert and Nicolas Mahut defeated US’s Rajeev Ram and UK’s Joe Salisbury to win the men’s doubles title.

13.NASA launches world’s first DART mission

US space agency NASA has launched a first of its kind mission named DART to divert the path of an asteroid by intentionally crashing a spacecraft . DART means double asteroid redirection test ( Double Asteroid Redirection Test is). The $325 million Dart mission on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket from Vandenberg Space Force Base in California on November 24, 2021 was launched into orbit from above. The mission aims to test asteroid-deflection technology. The objective of the mission is to crash a space probe into the asteroid in order to alter its speed and course to prevent it from colliding with Earth. With the first mission of its kind, NASA wants to test whether an asteroid can be deflected by intentionally crashing a spacecraft. The mission provides a rare, real-world chance to test a planetary defense strategy that could protect Earth from a potentially catastrophic collision in the future.

14.Financial Stability Board: JP Morgan named world’s most organized bank

JPMorgan Chase has once again been named the world’s most important bank for the health of the broader financial system, according to the latest annual ranking of top lenders by global regulators . Financial Stability Board (FSB) made up of regulators of G20 countriespublished its latest table of 30 most organized banks in the world. The 30 lenders are divided between four “category” based on how systematic, international, interconnected, and complex they are, with JPMorgan rated a higher one than its closest peers. Joining the table means putting in additional capital and undergoing more thorough supervision to avoid a repeat of the taxpayer bailouts in the banking crisis a decade ago. In practice, lenders typically maintain capital buffers that are already above FSB requirements.

15.Indore railway station named after tribal icon Tantya Bhil

Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has Indore to Patalpani railway station (Patalpani railway station) the name of tribal icon Tantia Bhil announced to the name of that “tribal Indian Robin Hood (Indian Robin Hood) known as’ used to go. The CM also announced that two other places in Indore, Bhanwar Kuan intersection and MR 10 bus stand would also be named after Tantya Bhil. Notably, Bhopal’s Habibganj railway station was recently named after a tribal queen Kamalapati.was named after. Tantya Bhil is known as one of the revolutionaries who waged an armed struggle against the British rule for 12 years. It is said that Tantya used to loot the treasury of the British government and distribute it among the poor.

16.RBI unveils a draft plan for amalgamation of PMC Bank

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has merged Punjab and Maharashtra Cooperative (PMC) Bank into Delhi-based Unity Small Finance Bank Ltd (USFB).Unveiled a draft plan to amalgamate with Unity Small Finance Bank is a joint venture between Centrum Group and BharatPe. It has commenced operations as a small finance bank with effect from November 1, 2021. As per the draft scheme of amalgamation, the acquisition of assets and liabilities of PMC Bank including deposits by Unity will provide greater protection to the depositors. Suggestions and objections to the draft scheme are open till December 10, 2021. PMC Bank Ltd., located at Mumbai, Maharashtra, has been placed under all inclusive directions under sub-section (1) of section 35-A read with section 56 of the Banking Regulation (BR) Act, 1949 on September 23, 2019 due to fraud had gone, Due to which there has been a sharp decline in its net worth. The RBI’s plan also states that 80 per cent of the outstanding balance for institutional depositors will be converted into Perpetual Non-Cumulative Preference Shares (PNCPS) with a dividend of one per cent annually.

17.SBI signs MoU with Pondicherry Co-op Milk Producers Union Limited

State Bank of India (SBI) has signed an MoU with Pondicherry Co-op Milk Producers Union Limited (PONLAIT) for financing individual dairy farmers up to Rs 3 lakh . Loans SBI Bank Yono application ( YONO Application) will be made available. SBI has introduced a technology product named ‘SAFAL- Simple and Fast Agriculture Loan’ for financing individual dairy farmers supplying milk to commercial dairies on regular basis. About 3,500 dairy farmers supplying milk to 98 primary milk societies of PONLAIT will be benefitted by this arrangement. This was the first MoU signed in the Chennai circle of the bank, which plans to have such agreements with commercial dairies across the country to finance farmers supplying milk to dairies. The existing system of promoting milk production with the help of bank credit will help the administration of the Union Territory to meet the daily requirement of milk.

18.SK Sohan Roy first Indian to be awarded the Knighthood of Part Gulfa

Kerala ‘s Dr. S. Sohan Roy , CEO of Aries Group of Companies founder, business and films for his humanitarian and environmental protection efforts knighthood of Part Gulfa ( Knighthood Of Parte Guelfa to be awarded) became the first Indian. The honorary title of “Knight of Part Guelfa” has been conferred on him at the conference ceremony held during the Investiture of Parte Guelfa of Annus Domini 2021 and the Basilica of Santa Croce and the Palagio di Parte Guelfa ) was held in Florence, Italy.

19.Israel’s Airstrike on Central Syria: Key Points

According to the Syrian army, Israeli fighter jets hit its central area on November 23, 2021. attacked army postsdid. Two civilians were killed in the attack and seven people were injured, six of whom were soldiers. According to the report, the warplanes fired missiles while flying over Lebanese airspace. Syria’s air defense shot down most of the missiles. Israel has carried out hundreds of attacks on government-controlled Syrian targets over the years. But it rarely accepted such operations. Israel, however, has acknowledged that it targets targets of Iran-allied militias, such as Lebanon’s Hezbollah group that has stationed fighters in Syria. Israel and Syria have been involved in an ongoing war since the founding of Israel in 1948. The most important and direct armed conflict between the two countries was the First Arab–Israeli War in 1948–1949, the Third Arab–Israeli War of 1967. As well as the Fourth Arab-Israeli War of 1973. Other than this,

20.Second Edition of the Maritime SheEO Conference

The second edition of the Maritime SheEO Conference will be held on November 25, 2021. The conference will be organized to celebrate change makers, diversity and sustainable solutions. It is conceptualized by Sanjam Shahi Gupta , founder of Maritime SheEO. Key speakers of this conference include:

  • Kitak Lim, Secretary General of the International Maritime Organization (IMO)
  • Natasa Pilides, Minister of Energy, Commerce and Industry of the Republic of Cyprus
  • Björner Selnes Skjrn, Norway’s Minister of Fisheries and Ocean Policy.

21.2025 Asian Youth Para Games to be hosted by Tashkent, Uzbekistan

Asian Youth Para Games in 2025 the 5th edition hosted Uzbek capital of Tashkent (Tashkent) will and approval Asian Paralympic Committee (Asian Paralympic Committee’s – APC) went by the Executive Board. For the first time, ‘ Asian Youth Games 2025 ‘ and ‘ Asian Youth Para Games 2025 ‘ will be held in the same city and at the same venue.

22.Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy final: Tamil Nadu beat Karnataka

In cricket , Tamil Nadu defeated Karnataka in the chase of 152 runs to win the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy . Batsman M Shah Rukh Khan hit a dramatic last-ball six to help Tamil Nadu defend the T20 title with a thrilling four-wicket win in the summit clash at Delhi’s Arun Jaitley Stadium . This is the third time Tamil Nadu has won the Syed Mushtaq Ali tournament, having previously won it in 2006-07 and 2020-21. The side also made it to the final in the 2019-20 season and suffered a loss against Karnataka.