Current Affairs- Today’s Headlines: November 7, 2023

Here are Today’s News Headlines by GK Today for November 7, 2023


  • Governors delaying crucial Bills a matter of concern, says the Supreme Court.
  • India and Bhutan to discuss new routes of regional connectivity.
  • Parliamentary Committee on Home Affairs adopted three reports on the Bills that seek to replace the existing criminal laws.
  • Collegium headed by Chief Justice of India D.Y. Chandrachud recommended the Chief Justices of three High Courts for appointment to the apex court.
  • Amarnath shrine in Kashmir located at an altitude of 13,000 feet sees first vehicular movement.
  • 54th International Film Festival of India to be held from 20th to 28th November in Goa.
  • Jharkhand will enter into an agreement with nine states for the welfare of migrant workers.
  • A Recent study finds new flexible X-ray detectors can revolutionise cancer treatment.


  • Ashok Leyland Ltd. (ALL) commenced delivery of India’s first batch of 12 LNG-powered haulage trucks – AVTR 1922.
  • APEDA inks MoU with Lulu Hypermarket for export promotion of Indian agricultural-products.
  • Department of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare (DA&FW) in collaboration with Wadhwani AI developed Krishi 24/7, first-ever AI-powered solution for automated agricultural news analysis.
  • Government rolls out subsidised ‘Bharat Atta’ at Rs 27.50/kg.


  • Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese met Chinese President Xi Jinping in Beijing.
  • Nobel Peace Prize laureate Narges Mohammadi goes on hunger strike.
  • Israeli forces cut off northern Gaza from the rest of the besieged territory; death toll passes 10000.


  • World No. 1 Novak Djokovic clinches record-extending seventh Paris Masters title.
  • Chess: Vaishali and Vidit Gujrathi win FIDE Grand Swiss women’s and open titles.
  • Chess: Vaishali, along with her younger brother Praggnanandhaa, became the first brother-sister duo to qualify for the respective Candidates.






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