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Current Affairs 14/10/21

Current Affairs consist of two words. ‘Current’ means ‘recent or day to day’ and ‘Affairs’ means ‘events or issues’. It is important to know what is going on around the world, so we provide a dose of general knowledge on daily basis. We try to keep you updated with the current affairs 14/10/21 that will inform you about the recent happenings in the world. Owing to its importance and dynamic nature, current affairs is a section that is present in every competitive exam. So, we provide information from all the fields whether it is economy and business, nation and politics, sports and books, or world news.

This section also provides important information regarding education including the notifications of SSC, NDA, UPSC, etc. Reading daily current affairs will help aspirants gaining more knowledge as exams conducted for jobs and interviews also contain questions on general awareness.

Nation and Politics- Current affairs 14/10/21

This category of current affairs 14/10/21 consists the important and latest news regarding nation and politics of India and world.

TOEFL will be Conducted in Pen and Paper Format from December 11

TOEFL will be Conducted in Pen and Paper Format from December 11

TOEFL, Test of English as a Foreign Language is a standardized test that is conducted to assess a candidate’s speaking, listening, reading and writing skills in English subject. This test is mostly used by universities to judge the proficiency of applicants in English from non-English speaking countries. This year this test will be conducted in a pen and paper mode starting from December 11.

The test conducting authority Educational Testing Service has opened the registration portal for the exam in India. When this test was started, it was initially a paper-based test but turned in computer-based. Then with the outbreak of a pandemic, the ETS had started conducting an Internet-based test that could be taken using home computers.

Former PM Manmohan Singh Got Hospitalised Due to Bad Health Conditions

Former PM Manmohan Singh Got Hospitalised Due to Bad Health Conditions

Manmohan Sign has been admitted to the AIIMS after he complained about high fever and weakness. The current Prime Minister Narendra Modi wished him a speedy recovery. Officials of AIIMS said that now his condition is stable but they will keep him under observation for few more hours. Manmohan Singh is a Congress member and served as governor of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) from 1982 to 1985. In 2004 he became the first Sikh Prime Minister of the country and was re-elected in 2009.

Science and Technology- Current affairs 14/10/21

This category of current affairs 14/10/21 consists the important and latest news regarding science and technology of India and world.

Astronomer Found a Jupiter-like Planet Orbiting Its White Dwarf Sun

Astronomer Found a Jupiter-like Planet Orbiting Its White Dwarf Sun

In the constellation Sagittarius, a glimpse of our solar system’s future has appeared but it’s just thousands of light-years away. Astronomers found a giant Jupiter-like Planet that revolves around a white drawf star which once was a sun. Scientists and researchers are predicting that our sun will also look like this if it gets exploded in the future.

Sports, Arts and Books- Current affairs 14/10/21

This category of current affairs 14/10/21 consists the important and latest news regarding Sports, Arts and Books of India and world.

Indian Sprinter Hima Das Tested Positive for COVID-19

Indian Sprinter Hima Das Tested Positive for COVID-19

Hima Das an Indian sprinter is making a comeback from a hamstring injury. But on Wednesday, she announced that she has tested positive for COVID-19. However, she is in stable condition and isolating herself to recover from the infection. She said that she utilised the time in improving her physical health and come back stronger than before.

FIFA Unveiled ‘Ibha’ Mascot of India’s U-17 Women’s World Cup 2022

FIFA Unveiled ‘Ibha’ Mascot of India’s U-17 Women’s World Cup 2022

FIFA, a world football body has unveiled the official mascot of the U-17 Women’s World Cup of India 2022. The mascot is ‘Ibha’ which is an Asiatic lioness that represents women’s power. The U-17 Women’s World Cup will be held in India next year in the month of October 11-30. The announcement of this mascot has been made on the International Day of the Girl Child. This tournament aims to inspire and encourage women and girls of the world by using teamwork, kindness and resilience.

World- Current affairs 14/10/21

This category of current affairs 14/10/21 consists the important and latest news regarding the world.

A Plane Crashed in California, Burned Homes and Killed 2 People

A Plane Crashed in California, Burned Homes and Killed 2 People

A small plane crashed into a Southern California neighbourhood leaving two homes in flames. In the incident, at least two people have been killed and it wasn’t immediately known that the victims were on the ground or onboard. Consequently, two people are hospitalized in critical condition and some people received burn injuries. Multiple vehicles were also destroyed by the fire caused by the crash.

Danish Suspected to be Behind Bow and Arrow Attack in Norway

Danish Suspected to be Behind Bow and Arrow Attack in Norway

Police have been suspecting that a 37-year-old Danish citizen has killed five people by a bow-and-arrow. This incident of the mass killing took place in the Norwegian town of Kongsberg in Norway. With an off-duty police officer, two people were wounded in the attack.  This bow-and-arrow attack took place in different locations in the town.

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