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Daily Current Affairs 05-11-2016
IAF lands largest transport plane in Arunachal
The IAF has recently landed a massive C-17 Globe master in Arunachal Pradesh. This largest transport plane weighs over 128 tons and has a wingspan of 52 meters.
NHRC organizes workshop on ‘Good Governance’ in Meghalaya
The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) organized a two-day regional workshop on ‘Good Governance in Meghalaya. Development and Human Rights in collaboration with the Government of Meghalaya at State organized this Convention Centre in Shillong.
India to host 7th session of COP7 on tobacco control from Nov 7-12
India will host the seventh session of the Conference of the Parties (COP7). It will bring together the WHO FCTC’s 180 Parties, which includes almost every country in the world. Also, regional economic integration organizations like the European Union will participate in this summit.
Railways set target of 100% de-carbonisation, 90% electrification in next five yrs
The Indian Railways has set a target to achieve 100 per cent de-carbonisation, with 90 per cent electrification in next five years. Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu has taken this responsibility with the investment of Rs 25,000 crore, electrification of nearly 25,000 kilometers. This will generate more employment for youth.
5th November 2016 Current Affairs
Journalist Akshaya Mukul refuses to receive award from PM Modi
Senior journalist Akshaya Mukul will receive the Ramnath Goenka Excellence in Journalism Award. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will give away this award to the Journalist Akshaya Mukul.
Shamik Chowdhury wins the German Green Talent Award
Shamik Chowdhury, a 29- year-old Ph.D. student in Environmental Engineering from the National University of Singapore. German Federal Ministry of Education and Research given the German Green Talent Award for his innovative green ideas. Shamik Chowdhury wins the German Green Talent Award.
Sri Lankan singer Pandit Amaradeva passes away
Legendary Sri Lankan Singer and composer Pandit Amaradeva has recently passed away. He was the recipient of many Internation honors, including Padma Shri, for his contribution to music.
China, Malaysia sign military deal on the South China Sea
China and Malaysia navies will cooperate more in the politically sensitive South China Sea. Hence, China, Malaysia sign the military deal on the South China Sea. Malaysia has agreed to buy four Chinese naval vessels and pledged with Beijing to handle South China Sea disputes bilaterally.
November Current Affairs 2016
First titanium project of India
The first titanium project of India has started its test production in Odisha. The project has been established by Saraf Group. This is first of its kind titanium plant in the country.
Mizo. the tribe history
Mizo. the tribe history was recently launched in the Hindi language by Chief Minister of Mizoram, Lal Thanhawla.
2016 Asian Ministerial Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction
Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the 2016 Asian Ministerial Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction (AMCDRR) in New Delhi.
Google – ASI Tied up
Google company tied-up with Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) for the 360-degree virtual tour of 280-odd monuments across the country. ASI has granted the permission to Google to create the virtual tour of some of the major monuments in the country.