World Current Affairs-December 13, 2022

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World Current Affairs-December 13, 2022

  1. According to media sources, Pakistan’s interior minister, Rana Sanaullah, claimed on Tuesday that India’s influence can be observed in all terrorist acts committed within Pakistan.

2-A speeding motorcycle struck an Indian American doctor, dancer, and mother of five in Houston, Texas, according to reports in the media. She died instantly. Mini Vettical, 52, a Ramamangalam, Kerala, native, was travelling home from work on December 7 at around 4 o’clock when she was killed in a collision in southeast Houston.

Mini Vettical

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3-According to media sources, the University of Brighton in the UK has instructed personnel to refer to the holiday season as the “winter closure period” this year instead of “Christmas.”

4-The former minister Ghulam Sarwar Khan has been blamed by the Pakistan National Assembly Standing Committee on Aviation for the financial difficulties of Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) and the international travel ban it has received from the US and the UK, among other nations.

5-By emphasising sustainable development and intense processing techniques, Vietnam hopes to significantly advance its coffee business on the global market, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development announced on Tuesday.

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6 – The Godawaya, the oldest shipwreck in the Indian Ocean and Asia-Pacific, will be preserved with funding provided by the US.

7-Following a statement that the rating agency had placed the Dhaka government’s long-term ratings on review for downgrade, Moody’s Investors Service has placed seven Bangladeshi banks’ long-term ratings and assessments on review for downgrading.

8-According to the statistics division Stats NZ, food costs in New Zealand were 10.7% higher in November 2022 compared to the same month in 2021.

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9-The Asian Development Bank (ADB), based in Manila, announced on Tuesday that a $62.9 million loan package has been authorised to help Cambodia improve food security and foster equitable economic growth.

10- Admiral R. Hari Kumar, the Chief of Naval Staff (CNS) of India, is in Sri Lanka for a four-day visit. While there, he plans to meet with President Ranil Wickremesinghe, Prime Minister Dinesh Gunawardena, and Minister of State for Defence Premitha Bandara Tennakoon.

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