Current Affairs- Today’s Headlines: November 29, 2023

Here are Today’s News Headlines by GK Today for November 29, 2023

INDIA

  • The rescue teams announced that the rat-hole miners, in coordination with the Army, managed to manually dig through 55 metres of Silkyara tunnel and all 41 people were rescued.
  • Kerala Governor signs a Bill and reserves seven for Presidential consideration.
  • Supreme Court panel submits report on Manipur victims.
  • India would host an industry round-table on developing the country as a MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conferences, and Exhibitions) tourism destination.
  • Bengaluru hosted the historic buffalo sport Kambala race event.
  • Defence Minister Rajnath Singh unveiled the crest of the guided missile destroyer Imphal.
  • The government launched a national protocol to provide for training of anganwadi workers to track and help children with disabilities.

ECONOMY & CORPORATE

  • The government launched the first round of auction of 20 blocks of critical and strategic minerals across the country.
  • To check digital frauds, the government has suspended 70 lakh mobile numbers on account of suspicious transactions.
  • Exports of soyabean meal from India in the oil year 2022-23 that ended in September jumped more than double to 18.4 lakh tonne.
  • SEBI proposes changes in regulatory framework for Special Situation Funds.

WORLD

  • Arab states and the EU agreed at a meeting in Spain on Monday that a two-state solution was the answer to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.
  • U.K. Prime Minister Rishi Sunak cancelled his meeting with visiting Greek Prime Minister, over the latter’s comments on ancient sculptures housed in the British Museum.
  • Three Chinese Navy ships have arrived in Myanmar for joint drills with its Navy.
  • Sri Lankan cabinet allows China’s energy major Sinopec to establish a new $4.5 billion petroleum refinery plant at the Hambantota port.

SPORTS

  • Australia recorded a last-ball victory, by five wickets, in the third T20I match against India.
  • Namibia qualified for the men’s T20 World Cup 2024.
  • Hockey: Punjab claims men’s title of 13th Senior National men’s championship title.

 


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