Current Affairs 22 November 2023

The current affairs dated 22nd November 2023 cover important happenings across various fields like entertainment, politics, literature, tourism, public appointments, etc. Some of the major highlights include International Emmy Awards won by Indian comedian Vir Das, appointment of new Prime Minister of Luxembourg, Dhahan Award won by Deepti Babuta, launch of child rights campaign by UP government, and inauguration of the International Tourism Mart in Meghalaya.

Indian stand-up comedian Vir Das won the International Emmy Awards 2023 title in the Best Unique Comedy category for his show ‘Veer Das: Landing’.

Luke Frieden has taken over as the new Prime Minister of Luxembourg after defeating Xavier Bettel.

Mohali-based litterateur Deepti Babuta has become the first woman to win the Dhahan Puraskar, Punjabi language’s highest international literary award for her short story collection ‘Hunger Breathes Like This’.

Global Fisheries Summit India 2023 is being organized in Ahmedabad, Gujarat with the theme “Celebrating Fisheries and Aquaculture Wealth”.

The Uttar Pradesh government has launched the ‘Every Right for Every Child’ campaign to ensure equal opportunities for students.

Joseph Bokai has been elected as the President of Liberia defeating football star player George Weah.

In Jammu and Kashmir, the ‘Gyanodaya Express- College on Wheels’ train was flagged off from Vaishno Devi Katra railway station to serve as an educational pilgrimage for students across states.

Senior IPS officer Alok Sharma has been appointed as the new head of the Special Protection Group (SPG).

The 11th International Tourism Mart is being organized by the Ministry of Tourism in Shillong, Meghalaya from 21st to 23rd November to boost tourism potential of the North East region.

Padma Bhushan awardee, Dr S.S. Badrinath, founder of Shankar Nethralaya passed away in Chennai. He was awarded Padma Bhushan in 1999.

In a nutshell, the current affairs dated 22nd November 2023 reflect notable developments in areas like governance, arts and culture, social welfare schemes, international summits and regional politics. The appointments, awards, campaigns and events covered today hold significance for students preparing for competitive exams and aspirants following latest news. With India organising the G20 presidency and BRICS chairship next year, more such current affairs on national and international landscape are expected in coming days.

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