Daily current affairs – 22nd november 2020

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Daily CA One Liners

22 November 2020

Indian American Mala Adiga Appointed As Policy Director For Jill Biden

Jitan Ram Manjhi Sworn In As Pro-Tem Speaker Of Bihar Assembly

Francisco Sagasti Has Been Sworn-In As The Peru’s Interim President

IPL Becomes 1st Sports Tournament To Surpass 400 Billion Viewing Minutes : BARC

BARC : Broadcast Audience Research Council Of India

India Becomes 4th Nation To Get IMO Nod For Navigation Satellite System

Other 3 countries That Have Its Navigation Systems : US , Russia & China

IMO : International Maritime Organisation

FIFA Bans Haitian Soccer President Yves Jean-Bart For Life For Sexual Abuse

Vagharshak Harutyunyan Appointed As Armenia’s New Defence Minister

National Cadet Corps To Celebrate Its 72nd Raising Day Today

Telugu Poet , Sahitya Akademi Awardee Devi Priya Passes Away

He Was awarded The Sahitya Akademi Award In 2017

London Ranked No.1 In The World’s Best Cities List 2020

New York Ranked 2nd In The World’s Best Cities List 2020

Paris Ranked 3rd In The World’s Best Cities List 2020

Moscow Ranked 4th In The World’s Best Cities List 2020

Tokyo Ranked 5th In The World’s Best Cities List 2020

Dubai Ranked 6th In The World’s Best Cities List 2020

Singapore Ranked 7th In The World’s Best Cities List 2020

Barcelona Ranked 8th In The World’s Best Cities List 2020

Los Angeles Ranked 9th In The World’s Best Cities List 2020

Madrid Ranked 10th In The World’s Best Cities List 2020

Delhi Ranked 62nd In The World’s Best Cities List 2020

80th All India Presiding Officers Conference 2020 To Be Held In Gujarat’s Kevedia

1300 Year Old Lord Vishnu Temple Discovered In Pakistan’s Swat District

GoI & NDB Sign MoU For USD 500 Million For Public Transport System In NCR

NDB : New Development Bank

North Police Station In Kohima Was Awarded ISO Certification For Quality Management System

Maharashtra CM Uddav Thackeray Launched ” Maha Awas Yojana ”

The Project Aims To Build 8.82 Lakhs Of Rural Houses In 100 Days

The Cost Of The Project Has Been Estimated As Rs 4,000 Cr

GoI Releases 3,971 Cr For Micro-Irrigation Projects In Tamil Nadu .

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