Weekly Current Affairs (7th January to 13th January 2024)

Weekly Current Affairs (7th January to 13th January 2024)

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Category : International Published on: January 14 2024

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  • Recently, the Union Cabinet has approved the agreement between ISRO and Mauritius.
  • The new administrative capital is being built by Egypt.
  • Sheikh Hasina has become the Prime Minister of Bangladesh for the fifth time.
  • Denmark and India join forces in the Green Fuels Alliance India, forging a pioneering partnership for advancing green fuel and striving towards carbon neutrality.
  • The International Labour Organization (ILO) forecasts a global unemployment rate of 5.2% for 2024.
  • Bilateral International Cadet Exchange Programme the focus of the MoU signed between India and the UK?
  • India holds the chairmanship and hosting responsibilities of UNESCO's World Heritage Committee from July 21 to 31, 2024.
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