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  1. China successfully powered up its "artificial sun" nuclear fusion reactor for the first time, state media reported Friday, marking a great advance in the country's nuclear power research capabilities.
  2. Lakshadweep Administrator Dineshwar Sharma passes away at 66
  3. WhatsApp is expected to update its policies soon. Many platforms update their policies in accordance with the current safety and security requirements. The new WhatsApp policies, reportedly, will only give the user two options after the policies are updated. The user can either accept the policies or they won’t be provided access to the instant messaging platform.
  4. Farmer leaders on Friday called for protests against the three new farm laws to be intensified and called for Bharat Bandh on 8 December.
  5. India ready for Covid vaccination, 8 vaccines are in various trial stages: PM Modi at all-party meet
  6. Covid-19 vaccines make it likely that next year’s profit expectations will be met. Forecasts for a boom in 2022 are more of a stretch.
  7. With the Budget-making exercise in full swing, RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das on Friday said Budget 2021-22 is expected to be prudent and growth oriented.
  8. Former US presidents Barack Obama, George W Bush and Bill Clinton as well as President-elect Joe Biden said that they were willing to be vaccinated against the novel coronavirus on television in order to ease any public skepticism over the safety of new Covid-19 vaccines.
  9. The Reserve Bank of India on Friday said retail inflation is likely to remain elevated and pegged it at 6.8 per cent for the third quarter of the current fiscal.
  10. Maharashtra teacher Ranjitsinh Disale wins Global Teacher Prize 2020
  11. The COVID-19 test positivity rate in Chennai has come down to 3.6 percent and remained below five percent post Deepavali.According to experts, a positivity rate below five percent means the spread has been efficiently contained, while they also say that the city may not see another spike again.
  12. COVID-19 vaccine will be first given to about one crore health workers from both the public and private sectors, and then to about two crore frontline workers, the Union Health Ministry said in its presentation at the all-party meet on Friday, sources said
  13.  The sudden death of an 80-year-old who died after falling on the road led 14-year-old V Anjali and two of her friends from Peddapalli district, to come up with a ‘Friendly Stick’ for the differently-abled and elderly. 
  14. “Higher Education Institutions are permitted to open laboratories only for Research Scholars (Ph.D.), M. Phil. students and Post-Graduate students in science and technology streams requiring laboratory/experimental work, by following appropriate COVID-19 precautions,”
  15. Now all the higher education institutions in Odisha will be plastic-free as the use of polythene and plastic materials will be completely banned on premises of the universities and colleges.
  16. The revised list of voters in Odisha will be published on January 15, 2021, informed State Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) Sushil Kumar Lohani today.A drive for updation of the electoral roll is currently underway in the state and will continue till December 15, said Lohani.
  17.  US President-elect Joe Biden asked Americans to wear masks for his first 100 days in office in the light of preventing the Coronavirus.
  18. The NewSpace India Ltd, the commercial arm of Department of Space (DoS) will not transfer space technologies developed by Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) to individuals, states the Revised Technology Transfer Policy Guidelines states.
  19. A day ahead of the fifth round of negotiations with the Centre on the contentious agriculture marketing bills, farmer organisations on Friday gave a call for a Bharat andh on 8 December. 
  20. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Friday decided to unanimously keep key interest rates unchanged while keeping an accommodative stance. The benchmark at which RBI lends to banks, will stay at 4%, RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das said .

(Collected from Mass Media)

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