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10 Topic of the Weekly Current Affairs: Nov 29 to Dec 4, 2021

10 Topic of the Weekly Current Affairs: November 29 to December 4, 2021

10 Topic of the Weekly Current Affairs: Nov 29 to Dec 4, 2021

Parliament approves Farm Laws Repeal Bill

  • “The Farm Laws Repeal Bill, 2021′ was ratified by both Houses of Parliament, and both Houses of Parliament passed the bill on the beginning of the Winter Session. The bill that was passed in the latest session repeals Three controversial Farm Laws approved in the year 2020. This bill, known as the Farm Laws Repeal Bill was approved amid a ruckus and the chants of the opposition lawmakers.

The new guidelines for international arrivals in India

  • The Health Ministry has revised the guidelines for international visitors to India which took effect on December 1 2021. These new rules were released following the recently announced COVID-19 variant “Omicron”. The guidelines contain a self-declaration form available on the Online Suvidha Portal and the most recent 14 days’ travel details.

Ballon d’Or award awarded to Lionel Messi

  • Lionel Messi has won the Men’s Ballon d’Or award 2021 for the seventh time in a row. For the first time, Spaniard Alexis Putellas has won the Ballon d’Or award for women. The Ballon d’Or award is one of the most prestigious awards for individuals in the world of football.
  • Indian Army received advanced Israeli Heron drones
    Indian Army received Israeli Heron drones after a delay of two months because of the Coronavirus pandemic. The most recent drones from Israel are much more sophisticated than the Heron drones currently owned in the Indian Army. Indian Army. They also operate within the Ladakh region.

Parag Agrawal is the new CEO of Twitter.

  • Twitter’s Chief Executive Officer, co-founder Twitter Jack Dorsey, announced that the company would be removing him from his position, paving the way for Indian-born Parag Agrawal to take over as his successor as CEO at Twitter. Parag Agrawal is an IIT Bombay Computer Science Graduate from IIT Bombay who will join the ranks of Indian-origin Silicon Valley CEOs with the likes of Satya Nadela and Sundar Pichai.

IPL retention 2022

  • In the IPL Retention 2022, 27 players were saved, while the remaining players were let go by the respective teams during the IPL retention tournament. Captain MS Dhoni and star allrounder Ravindra Jadeja were successfully kept from Chennai Super Kings. Chennai Super Kings. Meanwhile, Royal Challengers Bangalore has retained Virat Kohli and two other players, including an international star Glenn Maxwell.

World Athletics Awards 2021

  • A former Indian athlete Anju Bobby George was named the ‘Woman of Year” from the World Athletics at the World Athletics Awards 2021. George was honored for her contribution to making the sport more accessible in India and inspiring women to follow her example and reach their goals of becoming elite athletes.

2 Omicron case found in India

  • India identified the two first instances in Omicron located in Karnataka. These cases were identified by the genome sequencing efforts by the INSACOG consortium that comprises 37 labs. The government has also informed that all secondary and primary contacts for both Omicron cases have been identified , and are being examined and being monitored.

Assisted reproduction Technology Bill passed in Lok Sabha

  • Lok Sabha has passed the Assisted Reproductive Technology Bill, 2021. The new bill will aim to establish a national board and state boards that will oversee the supervision and regulation of ART (Assisted Reproductive Technology) clinics and banks. The bill will aid in the ethical and the practice of ART in a safe manner. services.

Indian Army gets new uniform.

  • The Indian Army will have a new uniform for combat that has the “digital disruptive” pattern. This new outfit is set to be displayed during the Indian Army Day parade on January 15, 2021. It’s anticipated to last longer and be comfortable throughout any season and light and more climate-friendly.

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