Current Affairs- Today’s Headlines: November 5, 2022

Here are Today’s News Headlines by GK Today for November 5, 2022


– President Droupadi Murmu inaugurates and lays foundation stone for various Central and State govt projects in Sikkim

– Centre constitutes panel for strengthening assessment and accreditation of Higher Educational Institutions, headed by Dr. K. Radhakrishnan of IIT, Kanpur

– Union Minister for Culture, Tourism & DoNER, G. Kishan Reddy, inaugurates sixth edition of Ganga Utsav in New Delhi

– Mumbai: 132-year-old British-era tunnel dug up in state government’s Sir J.J. Hospital grounds

– India’s defunct surveillance satellite RISAT-2 hits Indian Ocean near Jakarta


– India’s foreign exchange reserves jump $6.5 billion to $531 billion for the week ended October 28

– SC upholds validity of Employees Pension (Amendment) Scheme of 2014, quashes Rs 15,000 salary limit

– CII organising Agri and Food Technology Fair in Chandigarh on Nov 4-7


– Israel: Coalition led by former PM Benjamin Netanyahu wins election

– ‘Permacrisis’, a term that describes ‘an extended period of instability and insecurity’, named Word of the Year 2022 by Collins dictionary


– Asian Squash Team Championships in South Korea: India (men’s) and Hong Kong (women’s) win titles



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