Daily Current Affairs 23rd November 2021:
This article will walk you through the Current Affairs facts as of 23rd November 2021. Presented here is your daily dose of Current Events and GK.
Japan's Prime Minister Fumio Kishida recently unveiled a stimulus package of 490 billion for his country, which is equivalent to about 56 trillion Japanese yen. The Japanese government will also prepare an additional budget by the end of the year, 2021, to fund the stimulus program aimed at providing necessary support to the public. The plan includes a 1,00,000-yen payment for people 18 years of age or younger. It also includes aid for sick businesses and politicians. This package also includes enough material and scale to give people a sense of security and hope.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the first Global Innovation Summit (Global Innovation Summit) of the pharmaceutical sector through video conferencing on 18 November 2021. This two-day summit was attended by 12 sessions and more than 40 national and international speakers who discussed many important issues. The Minister of Chemicals and Fertilizers, Dr. Mansukh Mandaviya was also present in the summit. The two-day Global Innovation Summit in the pharmaceutical sector was also attended by prominent members from domestic and global pharma industries, executives, investors, and researchers from John Hopkins Institute, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, IIM Ahmedabad, and other reputed institutions.
Group Captain Abhinandan has been awarded 'Vir Chakra' in the Indian Army. Abhinandan Varthaman shot down Pakistani fighter jet F-16 after Balakot airstrike. Abhinandan was the Wing Commander at that time. The rank of Group Captain is equivalent to that of Colonel in the Indian Army. He was part of the 51 Squadron when Abhinandan shot down a Pakistani fighter plane.
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