15 November 2023 Current affairs PDF: In today’s highlights, INS Sumedha strategically docks in Namibia, World Diabetes Day observed on November 14, Tejas Aircraft dazzles at Dubai Airshow, Prithvi Raj Singh Oberoi of Oberoi Group passes away, US and South Korea revise security agreement, India ranks 117th in inclusiveness index, ICICI Bank gains RBI nod for wholly owned subsidiary, Ashok Leyland unveils India’s first LNG-powered haulage truck, Meghalaya launches ‘Food Security’ campaign, and New Zealand introduces interactive map for biodiversity restoration.
15 November 2023 Current affairs in English
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As part of the Indian Navy’s mission-based deployment to West Africa and the Atlantic, INS Sumedha conducted a port call at Walvis Bay, Namibia, from November 10-13, 2023. The primary aim was to bolster maritime security, foster warm relations with Namibia, and demonstrate solidarity with allies. The objective included facilitating professional interactions, cross-deck visits, and social engagements with the Namibian Navy.
World Diabetes Day, observed on November 14th, serves to raise awareness about the disease affecting over 400 million adults globally. The 2023 theme is ‘Access to diabetes care.’ Diabetes, a metabolic disease causing high blood sugar levels, is a leading cause of blindness, heart disease, and kidney disease, resulting in millions of premature deaths each year.
India’s indigenously developed Tejas aircraft gained attention at the Dubai Airshow, showcasing exceptional performance capabilities. The single-seat, single-jet engine, multi-role light fighter impressed spectators with precision during thrilling aerobatic maneuvers. The event provided a platform for Indian defense manufacturers to highlight Tejas as a cost-effective and reliable option for countries seeking advanced fighter aircraft.
Prithvi Raj Singh Oberoi, Chairman Emeritus of the Oberoi Group, passed away at 94. Known as ‘Biki,’ he changed the outlook of the hotel business in India and held key positions in the hospitality industry.
The United States and South Korea revised a bilateral security agreement to deter North Korea’s advancing nuclear and missile threat. The strategy involves the use of strategic military assets, including nuclear forces, to defend allies, gaining significance as North Korea progresses with its ballistic missile and nuclear programs.
India ranked 117th among 129 nations in the inclusiveness index published by a US university, with New Zealand, Portugal, and the Netherlands securing the top positions. The index assesses inclusivity in terms of race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, disability, and the general population using various measures.
ICICI Bank received approval from the Reserve Bank of India to make ICICI Securities a wholly-owned subsidiary, marking a strategic move in the banking and finance sector. The move follows ICICI Bank’s earlier decision to delist ICICI Securities.
Ashok Leyland became the first Indian OEM to unveil an in-house LNG engine-powered haulage truck, compliant with BSVI Stage II emission standards. The AVTR 1922, powered by Liquified Natural Gas (LNG), shares commonality with Ashok Leyland’s existing diesel truck range, streamlining service and maintenance processes.
Meghalaya launched the ‘Food Security’ Campaign, focusing on sensitizing the public about the National Food Security Act (NFSA) 2013 and striving to achieve Sustainable Development Goal 2 – ‘Zero Hunger.’ The objective is to create awareness about food security as a citizen’s right and encourage community-level efforts toward ‘Zero Hunger.’
New Zealand launched an interactive map for biodiversity restoration, aiming to restore a minimum of 15 percent local biodiversity within every catchment in the next century. The tool provides information on historical habitats and targets for restoring biodiversity in each area, supporting strategic investment decisions on biodiversity redress.