Today’s important articles/news in various newspapers (23rd November)

Dear aspirants, following are the links of various articles taken from various newspapers. Click the link to read further. To get notification, follow the blog. Thank you

1. Far from keeping the world safe

The 23rd meeting of the Conference of the Parties (COP-23) of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change concluded on November 17 in Bonn, Germany.

Q. Climate change is going to affect more to poor countries. In what form international community and rich countries can help to combat climate change effects?

2. Time to change the House rules

The dates for the winter session of Parliament for this year have not been announced yet. In the last few years, the session usually started in the third or fourth week of November and closed just before Christmas.

Q. Parliament has an important role in make government accountable but in recent times Parliament is not able to play this role efficiently. Why? Give suggestions to rectify this challenging issue.

3. In a first, air-launched BrahMos missile test-fired

BrahMos, which is multi-platform, multi-mission missile, is now capable of being launched from land, sea and air and completes the tactical cruise missile triad.

4. Migratory birds start arriving in Chilika

After a long flight of thousands of miles, not often punctuated by breaks, lakhs of migratory birds have made their way to the Chilika Lake, Asia’s largest brackish water lagoon.

5. INA and Indian Army: a history of conflict, a legacy of pride

The two armies fought each other in World War II; this week, President Kovind lauded them both. The Indian Express recounts their stories, and that of the INA’s reconciliation in the national mainstream.

6. A wilful negligence

Governments have not acted on recommendations of committees on farmer welfare.

7. The potential of smart contracts in banking

Based on blockchain technology, smart contracts can make banking more secure and frictionless.

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