Weekly Current Affairs (24th December to 30th December 2023)

Weekly Current Affairs (24th December to 30th December 2023)

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Category : National Published on: December 31 2023

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  • Recently, the responsibility of security of the Parliament House complex has been handed over to the 'Central Industrial Security Force'.
  • Recently the Central Government has increased the number of disability categories to 5.
  • Recently, Manav Rachna International Institute of Research and Studies has been given 4 star rating in the Q.S. World University Rankings.
  • Recently, 1500 people have created a Guinness World Record by playing Tabla simultaneously in Gwalior.
  • The National Conference of Chief Secretaries is being organized in New Delhi.
  • Recently the University Grants Commission has announced the de-recognition of M.Phil degree.
  • Recently the Government of India has banned Muslim League Jammu and Kashmir.
  • The Prime Minister will flag off 'Amrit Bharat Train' from Ayodhya on December 30.
  • A special postal cover has been released on the anniversary of late Justice Madhava Reddy.
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