Latest Current Affairs 19th November 2020

PM Modi and premier Xavier Bettel hold the first India–Luxembourg Virtual Summit: Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a Bilateral Summit with H.E. Xavier Bettel, Prime Minister of Grand Duchy of Luxembourg in virtual format on Thursday.

Delhi LG meets CM to review COVID-19 situation: Delhi Lt Governor, Anil Baijal on Thursday met the Chief Minister, Arvind Kejriwal at Raj Niwas to review the prevalent COVID pandemic situation in the National Capital.

India’s COVID-19 recovery rate improves to 93.58 %: The Covid-19 recovery rate of the country has further improved to 93.58 per cent.

PM Modi and his Luxembourg counterpart to hold virtual summit: Prime Minister Narendra Modi to hold a Virtual Summit with Prime Minister of Luxembourg Xavier Bettel today.

Green Climate Fund approves $256 million for Bangladesh: The Green Climate Fund has approved dollar 256 million for Bangladesh in grants and loan to meet its Green House Gas (GHG) emission reduction targets under the Paris agreement.

US and its ‘Five Eyes’ alliance urges China to reconsider their decision on Hong Kong legislators: Foreign ministers from the United States, Australia, Britain, Canada and New Zealand have urged the Chinese central authorities to re-consider their actions against Hong Kong’s elected legislature and immediately reinstate the Legislative Council members.

UN adopts resolution for urgent solution of Rohingya crisis: The United Nations has adopted a resolution calling for the urgent solution of the Rohingya crisis.

Biden says covid initiative could be delayed by Trump administration failure to recognize win: U.S. President-elect Joe Biden on Wednesday warned that the Trump administration’s failure to recognize his election victory could delay his planned initiative to aggressively fight the surging coronavirus.

Indian para cyclists join hands with Aditya Mehta Foundation to scout talents and raise awareness of para sports: Spearheaded by India’s first para cyclist and Limca Book of Records holder Aditya Mehta, Asian Para Cycling Championship bronze medallist Harinder Singh and Asian Games Track Cycling bronze medallist, Gurlal Singh, along with country’s many other para-cyclists began their ride from Kashmir to Kanyakumari as part of the “Infinity Ride 2020”– a ride that aims to raise awareness and reach out to para talents from across the country.

Mighty Medvedev thumps Djokovic at ATP Finals: Novak Djokovic was knocked off course in stunning fashion by Russian battering ram Daniil Medvedev at the ATP Finals on Wednesday as he lost 6-3 6-3 to leave his hopes of escaping from the group in peril.

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