Current Affairs of Nov-22

Current Affairs of Nov-22

Current Affairs of Nov-22

Here in this post some selected Current affairs for the month of November 2022 is given to read for the upcoming competitive examination. You can also give online test for the current affairs to examine yourself in totally free of cost Just click on the Link and give test.

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Chief Minister of Bihar Nitish Kumar launches first phase of Har Ghar Gangajal project in Rajgir.

Haryana Govt has made the registration mandatory for the pet Dogs in the state.

West Bengal Govts ‘Lakshmir Bhandar Schemes’ is bags SKOCH in women and child development authhority.

The Prime minister has inaugurated the Maze garden and Miyawaki forest in Gujarat.

Pusa Narendra Kalanamak is a variety of Rice which was tested recently.

The first Fish museum of North Eastern India is set to be built in Arunachal Pradesh.

The book Nalanda-Untill we meet again is written by Gautaam Borah.

The Author of the book titles “Winning the inner battle: bringing the best version of you, to cricket is Shane Watson.

Asian hockey federation CEO Md Taiyab Ikram has been elected as the new President of International Hockey Federation(FIH).

Athlete Neeraj Chopra has been appointed as the friendship ambassador of Switzerland tourism.

C V Ananda Bose has been appointed as the 22nd governor of West Bengal.

Assam’s wildlife Biologist Purnima Devi Barman has been awarded the United Nation highest Environmental honour, Champion of the Earth for 2022.

Steel man of India Jamshed ji Irani died at the age of 85 in Jamshedpur.

Independent India’s first voter Shyam Saran Negi of Himachal Pradesh passed away at the age of 106.

Uttarakhand Govt decided to shift the Uttarakhand high court from Nainital to Haldwani.

Yogi Adityanath inaugurated india’s biggest hyperscale date centre “Yotta Yotta D1” in Greater Noida.

Bhopal railway station has been awarded Eat Right Station certificate by FSSAI.

PM Narendra Modi has inaugurated OYO ekta houseboat in Gujrat.

140 People were lost their life in the collapse of a 135 year old suspension bridge on Machchu river in Morbi Gujrat.

Gujarat becomes first state to get Reliance Jio 5G in all districts.

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