4 November 2023 Current affairs PDF

4 November 2023 Current affairs PDF: Staying well-informed about the latest current affairs is essential in our rapidly evolving world. As we delve into the month of November 2023, this article provides a concise yet comprehensive overview of the significant events that unfolded during this period. Explore the current affairs of November 2023, encompassing politics, economics, technology, and more, as we bring you up-to-date with the latest happenings around the globe.

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Mohammed Shami made history in the ODI World Cup by delivering a match-winning five-wicket performance against Sri Lanka, surpassing the records of iconic Indian bowlers Zaheer Khan and Javagal Srinath. Shami is now the leading wicket-taker for India in World Cup history, with an impressive tally of 14 wickets in just three matches at the 2023 World Cup.

India and the UAE have taken a significant step in strengthening their educational ties with the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). The Minister of Education, Dharmendra, and UAE’s Ahmad Al Falasi put pen to paper, aiming to enhance student and faculty mobility, foster joint research programs, and facilitate educational exhibitions in areas of mutual interest held in both nations. This collaboration aims to bridge the gap between the global economic hotspot that is the UAE and India, renowned for its talent, to promote knowledge exchange and strengthen their historical connections.

The distinguished writer T. Padmanabhan has been honored with the prestigious Kerala Jyothi Award for 2023 by the Kerala government. This recognition is a testament to Padmanabhan’s remarkable contributions to Malayalam literature, marking him as a recipient of the highest civilian honor in the state. Additionally, Kerala announced several other ‘Kerala Puraskarngals’ to commend outstanding individuals who have made significant contributions across various spheres of social life.

Nandini Das, an India-born author, achieved international acclaim by winning the 2023 British Academy Book Prize for Global Cultural Understanding. Her debut work, ‘Courting India: England, Mughal India and the Origins of Empire,’ was lauded by critics as the true origin story of Britain and India, narrated through England’s first diplomatic mission to the Mughal courts.

November 3rd marked World Jellyfish Day, a global initiative to increase awareness about the vital role jellyfish play in marine ecosystems. These often misunderstood and feared creatures contribute significantly to the ocean’s health by participating in the food chain. Jellyfish come in diverse shapes, sizes, and colors and inhabit all the world’s oceans, from the surface to the deep sea. While some are harmless, others possess venomous stings.

According to Knight Frank’s Prime Global Cities Index 2023, Mumbai exhibited the fourth-highest year-on-year growth in prime residential prices among global cities. The city experienced a substantial 6.5 percent increase in prime residential prices, which propelled it up 18 places from its 22nd rank in September 2022. New Delhi and Bengaluru also witnessed upward movements in their index rankings, with NCR moving from 36th rank a year ago to 10th in September 2023, boasting a growth of 4.1 percent year-on-year.

The Union Minister of Ports, Shipping, and Waterways, Sarbananda Sonowal, will inaugurate the domestic sailing of the first International Cruise Liner ‘COSTA SERENA’ in India, set to launch from Mumbai. Costa Cruises is expected to accommodate approximately 45,000 passengers during its voyages over the next two months. These cruise initiatives are part of ‘Dekho Apna Desh,’ a program launched in response to the Prime Minister’s call for the middle class to prioritize domestic tourism over international options.

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