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Latest Current Affairs of 23rd November 2017

‘Two Leaves’ symbol goes to unified AIADMK :- It’s a big victory for Palaniswami faction and a blow to team Sasikala as EC allots Two Leaves’ symbol to unified AIADMK.

BJP to launch mega electoral campaign in Gujarat :- BJP will launch a mega electoral campaign in Gujarat. The Prime Minister is scheduled to address several rallies in the state on 27th and 29th. Also the next episode of PM’s Man-ki-baath will be chai-ke saath across Gujarat on 26th November. Meanwhile Rahul Gandhi begins a two-day visit from 24th November.

 Centre Promulgates Indian Forest (Amendment) Ordinance, 2017 :- In a landmark initiative, Centre has promulgated the Indian Forest (Amendment) Ordinance, 2017 to exempt bamboo grown in non-forest areas from definition of tree, thereby dispensing with the requirement of felling/transit permit for its economic use. Before this amendment, the felling and transit of bamboo grown on forest as well non-forest land attracted the provisions of the Indian Forest Act, 1927 (IFA, 1927).

President gives nod to Bankruptcy code, 2016 :- President gives assent to the Ordinance to amend Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016; Earlier the President of India had given his assent to the Ordinance to amend the Code.

India blames Pak for harbouring terrorism :- India has reacted strongly to release of Mumbai terror attacks mastermind Hafiz Saeed by Pakistan. Ministry of External Affairs has blamed Pakistan of harbouring terrorism on their soil.

Shubhangi Swaroop is Indian Navy’s first woman pilot :- History was created on Wednesday when Indian Navy inducted its first-ever woman pilot.

Salary hike for judges of SC and HCs on the anvil :- The judges of the Supreme Court and the 24 High Courts are set to get a salary hike as the Union cabinet on Wednesday approved a proposal in this regard.

In move to reconcile, cases against first-time stonepelters to be retracted :- Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Wednesday announced withdrawal of cases against youths involved in stone-pelting for the first time.

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 RJPN releases its manifesto for Nepal elections :- In Nepal, the Rashtriya Janata Party Nepal has released its manifesto for upcoming parliamentary and provincial election.

2008 Mumbai terror attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed walks free :- JuD chief Hafiz Saeed walked free after a Pakistani judicial body ordered his release from house arrest on Wednesday.

Cabinet approves setting up of Finance Commission :- The Union Cabinet has approved the setting up of the 15th Finance Commission, which will assess the tax resources of the nation and suggest a formula for their devolution among states.

PV Sindhu in Hong Kong Open quarterfinals :- Olympic silver medallist P.V. Sindhu advanced into the quarterfinals of the Hong Kong Open Superseries after she defeated Japan’s Aya Ohori in the second round.

In Nagpur Test, India look to continue strongly against Sri Lankan challenge :- In the opening Test on Friday, a supremely confident India are set to make some strategic changes to ensure that their dominance of Sri Lanka continues unchallenged in the second match starting in Nagpur.

‘Intent’ matters when book is made into film: CBFC chairman Prasoon Joshi :- Poet-lyricist Prasoon Joshi believes it is impossible to bring the exact vision of the author on the big screen while adapting a work of literature.

India successfully tests all-weather long range BrahMos missile :- In a major milestone for the Armed Forces, a BrahMos missile was on Thursday successfully test fired for the first time, from the Indian Air Force’s frontline Sukhoi-30 MKI combat jet.

No sale of skin creams containing steroids without prescription: Delhi HC tells Centre :- The Delhi High Court on Wednesday issued a notice to the Central government on a PIL seeking direction to ensure that no topical medications which contain a “cocktail of harmful steroids” is sold without a valid prescription of a doctor.