Current Affairs 28th November 2019

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Current Affairs 28th November 2019

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National:

  • Uddav Thackrey takes oath as 18th Maharashtra Chief Minister.

  • Government proposes bill to regulate digital media.
  • With $78 Billion, India’s still highest overseas remittance receiver. China is the second highest overseas remittance receiver with around $68 billion.
  • Rohtang Tunnel, the world’s longest highway tunnel above 10000 feet in India is set to open resume. the Rohtang tunnel, which cuts through the Pir Panjal range, providing a winter link to residents of Lahaul and Spiti as well as to those living in Ladakh’s Zanskar valley.

International

  • Malaysia’s last known Sumatran Rhino dies.

Banking / Business / Science

  • RIL becomes the 1st Indian company to cross $10 trillion dollar in market cap. The group is on a spree to monetize its assets and repay its debts and make RIL as a zero debt company by March 2021
  • Tata and Airbus will make Airbus C-295 transport aircraft for replacing the ageing Avros transport aircraft currently in the Indian Air Force.

Sports:

  • Bangladesh player Saif Hasan has been fined for overstaying in India after his visa expired. Saif Hasan was denied flight to Dhaka on Monday from Kolkata after failing to present a valid visa.

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