Here is the 7th November 2015 Latest Current Affairs of Bank Jobs

International affairs

The World Health Organization announced today that ravaged Sierra Leone Ebola had beaten an outbreak of 18 months that killed nearly 4,000 people, including more than 200 health workers and plunged the economy into recession severe

 National Affairs

Today (November 7th) is National Cancer Awareness Day.

  • This day is observed across the country to spread awareness about the disease.
  • There were 9 million cancer cases in the country with 1.1 million new cases are reported each.
  • This day was announced by the Minister of Health of the Union Harsh Vardhan 7 November 2014.
  • Important Note: World Cancer Day is observed on February 4 of each year.

Nation celebrates the anniversary of the birth of freedom fighter Bipin Chandrapal today.

  • He was among the triumvirate Lal Bal Pal.

Nation celebrates anniversary of birth of Bharat Ratna and Nobel Sir CV Raman prices today.

Indian Railways has doubled the ticket cancellation fee as proposed changing reimbursement rules to help genuine passengers get confirmed tickets.

  • There will be no refunds after the train’s departure and must be reimbursed for four hours before departure, according to the new reimbursement rules.
  • The revised reimbursement rules will take effect from 12 November.

Jharkhand government announced a set of nearly 1,400 crore rupees for farmers affected by drought.

  • With Diwali and winter around the corner, the govenrment decided today to set up a control room to undertake daily review of pollution levels and monitor the air quality in Delhi and region National Capital Region (NCR).

A committee of eminent persons (CEP), directed by Professor Ashok Misra, recommended major changes in the structure of the entrance exam for the prestigious institutes like ITI, including the establishment of a national service tests that would take tests on the basis of which around four lakh students would be in contention for the common entrance examination (JEE).

  • Many of the Committee’s recommendations aim to wean IIT aspirants away from dependence on coaching institutes.

The long-pending a rank One Pension ‘(OROP) former military regime was tonight implemented with the government issuing a notification that will benefit over 25 lakh veterans and war widows.

Technology Science

Indian Army today successfully testfired 300 km will supersonic Brahmos land attack cruise missiles at Pokhran (Rajasthan).

  • The missile, with a range of 290 km and a speed of Mach 2.8, is likely to be launched from land, sea, underwater and air against land and sea targets.
  • Important Note: BrahMos is a joint venture between DRDO of India and Russia NPOM.

Business & Economy

Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced a Rs 80,000-crore package for all-round development of Jammu and Kashmir.

The World Economic Forum announced that in the coming years, India is positioned much more favorable than China in terms of growth.

The Government of Maharashtra has decided to divest its assets in September unprofitable public sector enterprises (ESP) in the state.

The seven ESP struggling in the divestment are online,

  • MAFCO,
  • Meltron,
  • Maharashtra Land Development Corporation,
  • Maharashtra Textile Development Corporation and
  • Vidarbha, Konkan and Marathwada development companies.


India beat South Africa by 108 runs in the first cricket Test at Mohali; Man of the Match Ravendra Jadeja took five wickets in the second innings.

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