Here are Xaam Adda’s Important current affairs for December 3, 2021
- The Paika riots of 1817 will be included in the history textbook as a ‘case study’: Union Minister for Culture G.S. Kishan Reddy
- Hurricane Jawad: IMD issues red alert in 4 districts of Odisha; Fishermen are advised not to go to sea from December 3 to 5
- President Ramnath Kovind inaugurated the 5th International Ambedkar Conference in New Delhi.
- The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) has approved a global ban on the use of chemical weapons as a tool of law enforcement.
- The richest 1% have 38% of global growth: Wealth Inequality Report
- December 2 is International Day for the Elimination of Slavery
- The Taliban and the Myanmar military junta have failed to secure a seat at the United Nations
Economy & corporate
- Tourism Minister G.S. Kishan Reddy delivers cheques and clearance letters to first participants under LGSCATSS (Loan Guarantee Scheme for Kovid Affected Tourism Sector Services).
- India and the European Union have decided to expand clean energy cooperation
- IFFCO (Indian Farmers Fertilizer Cooperative Limited) topped the list of Top 300 Co-operative Societies in the World
- ADB has sanctioned a loan of rs.3,752 crore to improve school education
- More than 10 crore workers in the unorganized sector are registered on the e-Shram portal
- Dam Safety Bill, 2019 passed by Parliament; A National Committee for Dam Safety will be formed
- India is targeting 40% power generation capacity from non-fossil sources
- About 46 lakh unorganized workers are registered under the Prime Minister Shram Yogi Mandhan (PM-SYM) pension scheme.
- The Ministry of Sports has added seven former athletes to the Mission Olympics.
- Former Athlete Anju Bobby George wins Woman of the Year Award at World Athletics
The above current affairs section are part of our “Current Affairs Monthly Books” comprising 400+ MCQs . These books are suitable for SSC, Banking, IBPS, CLAT, Railways, State PSC and similar exams for GK and Current Affairs.