Current Affairs 18 November 2021
Current Affairs 18 November 2021– One-Liner current affairs / Latest News for UPSC, PSC, SSC, Railway, Banking and exam competitions.
TODAY CURRENT AFFAIRS – INTERNATIONAL
On 16 November, the International Day of Tolerance is observed.
SITMEX-21, a trilateral maritime exercise, has begun in India, Singapore, and Thailand.
India has begun its 41st scientific expedition to Antarctica.
The United Nations has appointed Shombi Sharp as the coordinator in India.
China topped the list of richest countries.
Sri Lanka formed a Parliamentary Friendship Association with India.
TODAY CURRENT AFFAIRS – NATIONAL
The state of Rajasthan has inaugurated Chiranjeevi camps.
Thanjavur opens India’s first food safety museum.
The first “Grass Conservatory” in India was inaugurated in Uttarakhand.
Bharat Pay has launched the first merchant shareholding program in the world.
The ‘National Naturopathy Day’ is celebrated every year in India on 18 November.
The West Bengal government has launched the ‘Duare Ration Scheme’.
The United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) has chosen Pochanpalli Telangana, village of India, as the best tourism village in the world.
According to an air quality ranking published recently by IQAir, Delhi is the most polluted city in the world.
Vihan and Nav, two brothers from India, have won the 2021 International Children’s Peace Prize.
The Ministry of Culture has started an all-India dance competition titled ‘Vande Bharatam Nritya Utsav’ from November 17, 2021.
In India, the 17th of November is observed as ‘National Epilepsy Day’ every year.