Current Affairs 24th November 2018 Pdf Online Daily Weekly Latest Current Affairs in Hindi Tamil English

Current Affairs 24th November 2018 Daily Weekly Current Affairs in Hindi Tamil English Pdf Online

Current Affairs 24th November 2018
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Mary Kom Creates History, Clinches 6th World Boxing Championships Gold

Mary Kom Creates History, Clinch 6th World Boxing Championships Gold
After defeated Ukraine's Hanna Okhota, Mary Kom scripted history by clinch 6th gold medal at the Women's World Championships. She defeated Okhota by a unanimous 5-0 decision in the 48kg light flyweight final at KD Jadhav Indoor Stadium in New Delhi on Today (November 24th, 2018 ).

Mary Kom has won Women's World Boxing Championship gold in 2002, 2005, 2006, 2008 and 2010. Also won silver in 2001 edition. With this winning, she became the most successful boxer in the history of Women's World Boxing Championships. The 35 year old Manipuri boxer now has record 7 medals to her name in the biennial amateur boxing event.

Educator Charles Michel de l'Epee 306th Birthday

Educator Charles Michel de l'Epee 306th Birthday
In France, Charles-Michel de l'Epee founded the first public school for hearing impaired. He known as the "Father of the Deaf". He dedicated his whole life to developing the world's first sign alphabet for the deaf. Epee was create a systematic method of teaching the hearing impaired. 

He was born in Versailles in 1712 and he was the son of an architect. Educator Charles Michel de l'Epee was conducted the school of De l'Epee (Institution Nationale des Sourds Muets a Paris) at his own expense.

SpiceJet Launches Daily New Non Stop Flights

SpiceJet Launches New Daily Non Stop Flights
On Friday (23rd Nov 2018), budget passenger carrier SpiceJet launched daily new non stop flight services on the Delhi to Hong Kong route. According to SpiceJet, after Colombo, Bangkok, Dhaka, Dubai, Male, Muscat and Kabul, Hong Kong earmarks the airlines 8th international destination. 

The new non-stop airline service will enable to provide over 2500 seats per week and it has deployed a new 189 seater Boeing 737 Max aircraft.

Maldivian Foreign Minister to Arrive in India Today (24/11/208) on 4 Day Visit

Maldivian Foreign Minister to Arrive in India
Maldives Foreign Minister Abdulla Shahid will arrive today (24th November 2018) on 4 days visit, with an aim to repair the bilateral ties. The External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj will hold the extensive talks with Abdulla Shahid on Monday (26th Nov 2018), official said.

On November 17th 2018, Indian PM Narendra Modi had attended the swearing-in ceremony of Maldivian President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih. During their meeting, Solih and Modi vowed to renew close ties and friendship between both countries. Then agreed on the security in the Indian Ocean region and importance of maintaining peace.

A Nail Biting 'Six and a Half Minutes of Terror': Before Mars Landing

Before Landing Mars, A Nail Biting 'Six and a Half Minutes of Terror'
On Monday, a spacecraft that cost nearly billion dollars is on course to make a dangerous landing on Mars. If it can survive the absorb heat of entering the Red Planet's atmosphere and approach high speed, then a process has nicknamed by NASA as "Six and a half minutes of terror".

If it success by landing in Mars, then it will be the first mission to listen to the interior of another planed and reveal how rocky planets formed. This success will add another record to NASA's when it comes to sending spacecraft to Mars. But if it fails, then it certainly won't be the first one.

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