30 November Current Affairs 2023 in English

30 November Current Affairs 2023

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Mizoram Governor appoints Lady Air Force Officer as the first woman in India from Armed Forces as Aide de Camp(ADC)

Mizoram Governor Hari Babu Kambhampati appointed Lady Air Force Officer Squadron Leader Manisha Padhi as the first woman from the Armed Forces to serve as Aide de Camp (ADC) in Raj Bhawan.

Previously, Sqn Leader Manisha Padhi was posted to three postings – Air Force Station, Bidar, Air Force Station, Pune, and lastly at Air Force Station, Bhatinda.

Cash Preferred as a Savings Instrument, but Usage Declines as a Payment Medium: RBI Paper

The paper, titled “Cash versus Digital Payment Transactions in India: Decoding the Currency Demand Paradox,” says that cash continues to be preferred as a savings instrument due to its ‘store of value’ and for precautionary purposes. As the economy grows, the demand for cash will increase, says the paper. Read the complete article here.

Tata Advanced Systems & Satellogic Ink Deal To Build LEO Satellites In India

Tata Advanced Systems Limited (TASL) and Satellogic Inc. have signed a strategic contract to build low earth orbit (LEO) satellites in India.

TASL would establish an Assembly, Integration, and Testing (AIT) facility for satellites in India and co-develop a satellite design with Satellogic, a leader in sub-meter resolution earth observation (EO) data collection.

Did you Know: The TASL satellite AIT plant will be built at its Vemagal facility in Karnataka.

ISRO Scientist V R Lalithambika Conferred Highest French Civilian Award

V R Lalithambika, former Director of the Directorate of the Human Spaceflight Programme, ISRO, was conferred the top French civilian honor of Legion d’Honneur for her engagement in space cooperation between France and India. The award was given to her by the Ambassador of France to India, Thierry Mathou, on behalf of the French government. Read the complete article here.

American Chip Maker AMD Inaugurates Its Largest Global Design Centre In India

The US-based semiconductor company AMD inaugurated its largest global design center in Bengaluru, as part of the $400 million India investment announced by the company in July. The 500,000-square-foot campus was inaugurated by Union Minister for Railways, Telecommunications, Electronics and Information Technology Ashwini Vaishnaw.

India Procures 16 Upgraded Super Rapid Naval Gun Systems For Indian Navy

The Ministry of Defence signed a contract with M/s Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL), for the procurement of 16 Upgraded Super Rapid Gun Mounts (SRGM) along with associated equipment and accessories for the Indian Navy under the Buy (Indian) category at a total cost of ₹2956.89 Cr.

The upgraded SRGM will be manufactured by M/s BHEL at its Haridwar Plant. Read the complete article here.

Odisha Pavilion bags award at IITF-2023

The Odisha Pavilion has won a gold medal for the best pavilion in the 42nd edition of the India International Trade Fair (IITF) in New Delhi.

The pavilion which drew huge attention for its traditional design and aesthetics won the first prize for excellence in the display.

The winners were selected based on the parameters of design and display, theme presentation, hygiene, etc. Read the complete article here.

Gold Medal to Ministry of Ayush for excellent performance at ‘India International Trade Fair’

The Ministry of Ayush has been awarded the Gold Medal by the ‘India Trade Promotion Organization’ for its excellent performance in the ‘Ministries and Departments category of the Indian International Trade Fair.

The Ministry created an Ayush pavilion with various activities in the fair with the aim of promoting scientific evidence-based Ayush treatment methods. Read the complete article here.

Safeena Husain, Founder of Educate Girls, honored with the WISE Prize for Education

Safeena Husain, Founder of Educate Girls, has been awarded the prestigious WISE Prize for Education at the WISE 11 Summit (World Innovation Summit for Education).

The WISE Prize for Education is the first global distinction of its kind that honors an individual for outstanding contribution to education. Read the complete article here.

‘Vision India @2047’ being prepared for ‘Viksit Bharat’: NITI Aayog CEO

NITI Aayog CEO BVR Subrahmanyam said a vision document is being prepared for India to become a developed economy of about USD 30 trillion by 2047.

The draft ‘Vision India @2047’ document will outline the institutional and structural changes/ reforms that will be needed for the country to become a developed nation by 2047. Read the complete article here.

Cabinet approves Pradhan Mantri Janjati Adivasi Nyaya Maha Abhiyan

The Union Cabinet chaired by PM Shri Narendra Modi has approved Pradhan Mantri Janjati Adivasi Nyaya Maha Abhiyan (PM JANMAN) with a total outlay of Rs.24,104 crore (Central Share: Rs.15,336 crore and a State Share: of Rs.8,768 crore) to focus on 11 critical interventions through 9 line Ministries.

The Prime Minister announced the Abhiyan on Janjatiya Gaurav Diwas from Khunti. Read the complete article here.

Cabinet approves Central Sector Scheme for providing Drones to the Women Self-Help Groups

The Union Cabinet has approved the Central Sector Scheme for providing Drones to the Women Self Help Groups (SHGs), with an outlay of Rs. 1261 Crore for the period from 2024-25 to 2025-26.

The scheme aims to provide drones to 15,000 selected Women SHGs during the period 2023-24 to 2025-2026 for providing rental services to farmers for agriculture purposes. Read the complete article here.

Somali refugee wins U.N. award for efforts to educate displaced children

A former Somali refugee intent on bringing books and education to his compatriots languishing in sprawling camps in Kenya was named the winner of the UN refugee agency’s prestigious Nansen Award.

Abdullahi Mire was hailed for championing the right to education by putting 1,00,000 books in the hands of children in Kenya’s crowded Dadaab refugee camps.

Nepal becomes first South Asian nation to register same-sex marriage

Nepal formally registered the first case of same-sex marriage, five months after the Supreme Court issued an interim order clearing the way for such marriages in the largely conservative country.

With this historic move, Nepal has become the first South Asian nation to do so.

Did you Know: Taiwan is the only other country to legalize same-sex marriage in Asia.


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