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1. Who is the singer of ‘Abundance in Millets’ song, which has been nominated for the Grammy award? – Falguni Shah
- The song ‘Abundance in Millets’, featuring Prime Minister Narendra Modi, sung by Indian-American singer Falguni Shah and her husband Gaurav Shah, has been nominated in the best global music performance category at the 2024 Grammy Awards.
- The song was created to raise awareness of the super-grain as another potential key to minimizing world hunger.
2. Which Union Ministry released the ‘Digital Advertisement Policy, 2023’? – Ministry of Information and Broadcasting
- Ministry of Information and Broadcasting approved the Comprehensive “Digital Advertisement Policy, 2023”. It aims to empower the CBC (Central Bureau of Communications) to conduct campaigns in the digital media realm.
- Ministry of Information and Broadcasting also released the draft Broadcasting Services (Regulation) Bill, 2023.
3. Coronation Food Project, which was seen in the news, is associated with which country? – UK
- King Charles will be featured on the cover of the Big Issue magazine for his 75th birthday, where he will introduce his Coronation Food Project, aimed at tackling food insecurity and reducing surplus food waste, with the official launch scheduled for November 14.
- The initiative seeks to tackle food insecurity among financially disadvantaged individuals and reduce the problem of unnecessary food waste.
4. Lok Sabha Ethics Committee adopted a report recommending the expulsion of which Member of Parliament? –Mahua Moitra
- Lok Sabha Ethics Committee adopted a report recommending the expulsion of Trinamool Congress MP Mahua Moitra from the Lower House over a “cash-for-query” allegation.
- The ethics committee report will be tabled in the Lok Sabha on the first day of the Winter Session.
5. Which state passed a Bill, which increases the total reservation in the state to 75%? – Bihar
- The Bihar Assembly unanimously passed a Bill to increase reservation for Backward Classes, Extremely Backward Classes, Scheduled Castes, and Scheduled Tribes from the existing 50% to 65%.
- With the 10% Economically Backward Class (EWS) quota, the Bill will push reservation in Bihar to 75%.
- The Supreme Court bench in 1992, upheld the OBC quota.
- However, it also ruled that the total quota must never exceed 50%, calling this limit fair and reasonable.
6. “Building trust in science” is the theme of which special day celebrated on November 10? – World Science Day for Peace and Development
- International Week of Science and Peace is celebrated annually from November 9 to 15.
- It was first observed in 1986 as part of the observance of the International Year of Peace.
- The week was proclaimed by the United Nations General Assembly in 1988.
- World Science Day for Peace and Development 2023 is celebrated on November 10. The theme for this year’s celebration is “Building trust in science”.
7. ‘APAAR’, which was seen in the news, is a registry associated with which field? – Academics
- APAAR, an acronym for Automated Permanent Academic Account Registry, is a specialized identification system designed for all students in India, beginning from an early age.
- Under this program, every student will receive a lifelong APAAR ID, streamlining the process of tracking academic progress from pre-primary education to higher education for students, schools, and government authorities.
- This initiative is part of the ‘One Nation, One Student ID’ program, which is derived from the 2020 National Education Policy.
8. India undertook BONGOSAGAR-23 and CORPAT exercises with the Navy of which country? – Bangladesh
- The 4th edition of the Bilateral Exercise, BONGOSAGAR-23, and the 5th edition of the Coordinated Patrol (CORPAT) between the Indian and Bangladesh Navies took place in the Northern Bay of Bengal.
- During this exercise, ships and aircraft from both navies jointly patrolled along the International Maritime Boundary Line (IMBL) and engaged in maritime exercises to boost interoperability.
9. What is the name of world’s first robot CEO? – Mika
- Dictador, a spirit brand based in Colombia’s Cartagena, has appointed Mika, who is manifested as a robot.
Mika is a research project between Hanson Robotics and Dictador.
- It has been customised to represent company value.
- Hanson Robotics also created Sophia, the popular humanoid robot.
- With advanced AI and machine learning algorithms, Mika claims to swiftly and accurately make data-driven decisions.
10. Which Indian company partnered with US-based Archer Aviation for all-electric air taxi service? – InterGlobe Enterprises
- InterGlobe Enterprises, a major stakeholder in IndiGo, has unveiled a collaboration with Archer Aviation Inc, a major US-based company specializing in electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) aircraft.
- This strategic partnership aims to pioneer and operate an innovative all-electric air taxi service across India by 2026.