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Current Affairs 26th November 2018
Current Affairs 2018
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National Cake Day on 26 November


National Cake Day on November 26
Cake, that the term comes from Old Norse word 'Kaka'. To celebrate cake day, they eat cake for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Have a cake and eat it too on greatest holidays ever invented. In cake day, eat all cake all day long.

In United States, this unofficial holiday whose origins are unknown, celebrates and honors cake. Also known as National Cake Day in US. In modern times, cake is seen as a symbol of celebration. On occasions like anniversaries, birthdays and weddings mainly feature cakes.



China's Great Wall is Crumbling


China's Great Wall is Crumbling
China's legendary great wall is thousands of miles long and more than 2000 years old and its actually a series of stone fortifications that crawls across the country from Korean border to Gobi desert. According to the National Geographic, the Great Wall were 30% lies crumbling into ruins. 

A great wall architect "Zhao Peng" said, that the reinforcing of old walls with new stone & concrete is more complicated and some sections are very dangerous. So we need to study battlements, arrow holes, even lime content and floor designs.



How India Fought Back, 26/11 Mumbai Attacks


How India Fought Back, 26/11 Mumbai Attacks
On 26 November 2008, the iconic Taj Mahal hotel, the staccato burst of gun fire, smoke plumes billowing. After 10 years the 26/11 Mumbai attacks, 300 injured and which claimed 166 lives. 

In that attack, 10 terrorists armed with grenades and automatic weapons, went about gun fire carrying out bomb explosions and holding hostage as a fight back by security forces for the next 60 hours.



China Scientist Claims World's 1st Genetic Edited Babies


China Scientist Claims World's 1st Genetic Edited Babies
A scientist in China claims to have created the worlds 1st gene edited babies. Professor He Jiankuri from Chinese University posted a video on youtube saying that the twin girls born a few weeks ago, had their DNA were altered to prevent them from HIV. 

He said, the DNA was modified using CRISPR which is a technique that allows scientists to remove and replace a strand with pinpoint precision. 



China Building 3rd Bigger Mightier Aircraft Carrier


China Building 3rd Bigger Mightier Aircraft Carrier
On Monday (26th November 2018), China builds a 3rd aircraft that will be bigger and mightier than other 2 warships. China launched their 1st aircraft carrier in Liaoning on 2012 which was a refit of the former soviet vessel. Especially its operate newly built J15 planes from its deck. 

The 2nd aircraft were launched for sea trails last year, that will be expected to put into service by 2020 and not yet to be named. Now, they launched work of building its third aircraft.



Article 370: Supreme Court Refuses to hear Fresh Petition 


Article 370: Supreme Court Refuses to hear Fresh Petition
Today (26-11-2018), the Supreme Court refused to hear fresh plea challenging on Article 370, which gives special autonomous status to Jammu & Kashmir.

A bench comprising Justice Ajay Rastogi and Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi asked the petitioner to file an application for implemented in the pending matters. The Justice asked the petitioner during the brief hearing why he wanted to increase the number of petitions on the issue.

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