Daily current affairs 14th November

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November 14, 2021


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# Gadchiroli



  • Atleast 26 naxals were killed on Saturday in an encounter with the Maharashtra police in Gadchiroli district.
  • The encounter reportedly took place in the early hours of Saturday at the Mardintola forest near Korchi in Gadchiroli district.
  • Maharashtra police has recovered 26 bodies of naxals, which may include a member of the maoists central committee.




# Travel bubble



  • Airfares for returning students and families from europe¬† and North America doubling and even quadrupling this winter.
  • Central government is facing pressure from many quarters, including foreign embassies and the tourism industry to restore regular international flights.
  • These flights had been cancelled due to the covid-19 pandemic in March 2020.




# Stubble burning



  • Punjab has witnessed lesser stubble fire incident this kharif season and ‘rice burnt area’ has also seen a significant drop in comparison to the last year, so far.
  • The data from Ludhiana based Punjab Remote sensing centre show the ‘rice burnt area’ was close to 10 lakh hectares till November 10, 2021, as against 15 lakh hectares in 2020, in the responding period.
  • The punjab pollution control board data show that till November 13, as many as 62,863 cases of farm fire occurrence have been reported.




# Glasgow summit



  • The 26th edition of the United nations Conference of parties (COP) at Glasgow, scotland, is yet to seal a final agreement, with talks extending into Saturday.
  • The meeting was formally scheduled to end on Friday (12 November).




# Aadhaar



  • Members of Kattupaniya, a nomadic tribal group have enrolled for aadhar cards with the intervention of the District legal services Authority (DLSA).
  • As many as 33 members of the vulnerable tribal group were rehabilitated from the Nilambar forest at Eratakkakundu near Attamala seven yearsa ago.