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Current Affairs 22nd November 2018
Current Affairs 2018
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Australian Prime Minister, President Kovind to Reveal Gandhi Statue Today (22nd Nov 2018) in Sydney

President Kovind, Australian PM Unveil Gandhi Statue in Sydney
After the Melbourne terror attack, the unveiling of Gandhi statue comes amidst Muslim leaders boycotting Australian PM meeting over his blunt comments. The strategic presence of Mr. Morrison's to unveiling of Gandhi statue today (22-11-2018) is sure to make great optics. 

Australian Prime Minister will accompany the Indian President at three different events today (Nov 22nd, 2018). He will attend the Australian Financial Review India Business Summit, his first bilateral delegation level meeting and then unveiling of Mahatma Gandhi statue in Sydney suburb.

China, India Managed Properly Differences, Beijing Ahead of Border Talks

21st Round of India - China Border talk
In this week's before border talks, China presented an upbeat picture of Sino-India. Its saying the relations maintained of two countries "Managed Properly" through consultations and dialogue. In November 23rd to 24th, there will be a 21st round of India-China border talk between Chinese State Councillor and National Security Advisor Ajit Doval and Foreign Minister Wang Yi. 

This will be held at Dujiangyan near southwest China's Chengdu city. Under the strategic guidance of the two leaders, India-China relations have maintained properly of growth, said by Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang. For border talks, Mr Wang and Mr Doval are appointed as special representatives. The China-India border Controversy covered 3488 km long Line of Actual Control (LAC) and China claims Arunachal Pradesh as part of its southern Tibet.

Cyclone Gaja, TN Chief Minister K Palaniswami to Meet PM Modi Today (22/11/2018) Over Damage

TN CM K Palaniswami meet PM Modi over damage of Gaja Cyclone
On 22nd November 2018 (Thursday), Tamilnadu CM K. Palaniswami will meet and explain about the damage caused by the Gaja Cyclone and seek comprehensive of Rs. 1000 Cr from the State Disaster Response Fund. 

On Wednesday evening, K Palaniswami left for Delhi and scheduled to meet the PM of India on Today (22.11.2018) at 09.45 am at his residence. Discuss about the damage caused by the cyclone 'Gaja' and the huge losses suffered by various sections of people's, mainly the farmers. 

After visit the affected districts (Pudukottai, Thanjavur, Nagapattinam, Tiruvarur), K Palaniswami said that the government will take certain steps to get central funds and submit the details of the damage with proof.

Robot that can Imitate 25 Human Expressions, Made in India

Made in India, Robot that can Imitate 25 Human Expressions
In Coimbatore, Tamilnadu, a robotic training centre has made a robot which can imitate 25 human expressions. You can also kept the light weight robot on a table. 

The best part of this robot is that even a ten year old child can also assemble. He can also add code to add other expressions to it. This robot will help a children to learn something new every day. 

This robot is majorly for children, said by the founder and CEO of Robo Chakra, Arun Rajeev and they will also try to use this robot for various purposes. He said, the robot can laugh, smile, blink the eyes and imitate other expressions based on new technology.

T10 League, Mahammad Shahzad's on Fire: 74 from 16 Balls

Shahzad's set history by 74 runs from 16 balls in T10 League
On Wednesday (21st Nov 2018), the 2nd season of T10 League got off to a glitzy start in UAE. Rajputs Skipper Afghanistan's Mohammad Shahzad made a T10 cricket history against Sindhis with super destructive innings of 74 runs with just 16 deliveries including 8 sixes and 6 fours. 

He setting a record for fastest 50 with 12 balls in the 10 over format. Rajputs opener Brendon McCullum & Shahzad starts their innings of chasing 95 to win against Sindhis and they reached the target in 4 overs itself by 10 wickets in hand.

In India, Ministry says 539 Child Care Institutes Shut Down

539 Child Care Institutes were Shut Down in India
Since August, India government has so far shut down 539 child care institutes, when shelter home rape cases surfaced according to Women & Child Development (WCD). The authority says, we had shut down those institutes violated the norms, those were unregistered and which were not in standard of living for the children. 

After shut down of child care institutes, those children who living the institutes have been safely shifted to other child care institutes. In Maharashtra, there are 377 CCIs were closed. This is highest one compared to all other states and union territories. Then Andhra Pradesh 78 and Telangana 32.

India Born Pakistani Poet Fahmida Riaz Dies at 73

India Born Pakistani Poet Fahmida Riaz Dies at 73
India born Pakistani poet Fahmida Riaz dies for a prolonged illness at the age of 73 in Lahore. She is one of the famous Pakistani poet to raised her voice for women rights activist and democracy. During former military dictator Gen Zia-ul-Haq's rule, Ms Riaz fled Pakistan and lived in self exile in India for nearly 7 years, had been unwell for the past few months. 

She was born in Meerut, Uttar Pradesh in July, 1945. She always raise her voice for women rights in Pakistan.

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