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Daily Top-10 Current Affairs MCQs / News (November 05, 2021) for CSS, PMS

Daily Top-10 Current Affairs MCQs / News (November 05, 2021) for CSS, PMS
Written by Shahzad F. Malik
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November 05, 2021: National / International Current Affairs


1. Govt reaches understanding with TTP for temporary truce

• Pakistani officials have reached a tentative understanding with the banned Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP)to seek a broader peace agreement to end nearly two decades of militancy in the country, multiple sources familiar with the development told.
• Sources said the `direct, face-to-face` talks between the two sides being held in Afghanistan`s south-western Khost province for nearly two weeks had resulted in a tentative understanding to declare a countrywide truce, conditional to the release of some TTP foot soldiers as part of confidence building measures


2. Screening test for CSS exam to be held in February

• Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Establishment Mohammad Shehzad Arbab on November 4, 2021 announced that the screening test for Central Superior Service (CSS) competitive exam (CE) 2022 would be held in February next year.
• He made the announcement at a news conference along with Federal Public Service Commission (FPSC) Chairman retired Captain Zahid Saeed.
• The MCQs (multiple choice questions)-based Preliminary Test (MPT) prior to the main written examination of CSS was approved by the cabinet in its last meeting.
• SAPM Arbab said the screening test was aimed at selecting the serious candidates for the CSS written exam


3. Pakistan embassy receives Masood`s nomination papers

• The Pakistan Embassy in Washington has received nomination papers for Sardar Masood Khan, the country`s new envoy for the US.
• Masood Khan will replace the current ambassador, Asad Majeed Khan, who will now return to Islamabad for his next assignment.
• The embassy is expected to submit the papers, known as the agrément, to the US State Department by Monday. An agrément, in diplomatic parlance, is an agreement between states to receive and facilitate members of a diplomatic mission.


4. FBI releases declassified documents on 9/11 attacks

• The FBI released hundreds of pages of newly declassified documents on November 4, 2021 about its long effort to explore connections between the Saudi government and the Sept 11 attacks, revealing the scope of a strenuous but ultimately fruitless investigation whose outcome many question to this day.
• Agents for years investigated support given to several of the hijackers upon their arrival in the US, focusing in particular on whether three Saudi nationals including a Saudi Embassy official in Washington had advance knowledge of the attacks.


5. Spain busts ring bringing Pakistani migrants into EU

• Spanish police have dismantled a smuggling ring suspected of bringing hundreds of Pakistani migrants into the European Union overland in `life-threatening conditions`, officials said on November 4, 2021.
• The smuggling group took Pakistanis from camps in Bosnia to Italy or Spain, said a statement from Europol, which was involved in the Spanish operation.
• `Transported in life threatening conditions in cars, vans or trucks, they often spend days conHned with little or no supplies, the European Union law enforcement agency said


6. UK becomes first country to approve anti-Covid pill

• Britain on November 4, 2021 became the first country to approve an anti-Covid pill, as it greenlit the use of Merck`s antiviral drug to treat patients suffering from mild to moderate coronavirus, regulators said.
• `Today is a historic day for our country, as the UK is now the first country in the world to approve an antiviral that can be taken at home for Covid-19,` said health minister Sajid Javid.
• `This will be a game-changer for the most vulnerable and the immunosuppressed, who will soon be able to receive the ground-breaking treatment,` he added


7. Several major countries pledge to phase out coal use

• In the fight to curb climate change, several major coal-using nations announced steps on November 4, 2021 to wean themselves at times slowly off the heavily polluting fossil fuel.
• The pledges to phase out coal came on top of other promises made at the UN climate summit in Glasgow, Scotland, that the head of an international energy organisation said trimmed a few tenths of a degree from projections of future warming.
• Optimism also abounded in relation to the promises on coal, which has the dirtiest carbon footprint of the major fuels and is a significant source of planet-warming emissions


8. WI to play limited-overs series in Karachi next month

• While New Zealand and England avoided touring Pakistan recently, West Indies Cricket in a contrasting decision has agreed to send its team to the country for a limited-overs series comprising three T20 Internationals and as many One day Internationals in Karachi next month.
• According to an announcement made by the Pakistan Cricket Board on November 4, 2021, both the boards have decided to keep on their previous commitment of touring Pakistan.
• `The Pakistan Cricket Board today [Thursday] announced that West Indies will play three Twenty20 Internationals and as many ICC Men`s World Cup Super League matches at the National Stadium in Karachi from Dec 13 to 22,` a PCB press release stated.


9. Sri Lanka outclass West Indies to knock holders out

• Charith Asalanka`s batting heroics were backed up by a fine bowling display as Sri Lanka ended defending champions West Indies` slim hopes of advancing to the semi-finals with an emphatic 20-run victory in their last T20 World Cup game on November 4, 2021.
• Young batters Asalanka (68) and Pathum Nissanka (51) toyed with the sevenman West Indies attack in raising Sri Lanka`s highest total of 189-3 in Abu Dhabi by slamming powerful half centuries.
• In reply, West Indies, who won the toss and elected to field, lost their power hitters cheaply before getting restricted at 169-8, leaving Australia and South Africa to fight for the final semifinal spot from Group 1 where leaders England are already effectively through.


10. Zampa zaps BD as Australia boost semis hopes with big win

• Australia leg spinner Adam Zampa bowled them to a resounding eight-wicket victory over Bangladesh in a Twenty20 World Cup Super 12 contest on November 4, 2021, giving their hopes of making the semifinals a major boost.
• Australia and South Africa are vying to grab the second semi-final spot from Group I, behind leaders England, and Aaron Finch`s team needed a net run-rate boost to go with a victory and their bowlers rose to the occasion.
• Zampa (5-19) led the rout, skittling out Bangladesh for 73 in 15 overs


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