1. New Zealand Prime Minister John Key convincingly won a second term as New Zealand’s leader in elections.
2. State-run telecom operator BSNL has launched its online education service ‘Topper Education’ in partnership with Greycell 18 for its landline broadband customers.
3. Fifty-six-year-old Brazilian director Oscar Maron Filho collapsed following a heart attack at an IFFI open forum where he was talking about ‘Recent Rage in Cinema’.
4. Morocco’s King Mohammed VI has appointed Abdelilah Benkirane as the country’s new Prime Minister after his Justice and Development Party (PJD) won the most number of seats in last week’s parliamentary elections.
5. Philippines beats India as No. 1 BPO destination::Americans calling the customer service lines of their airlines, phone companies and banks are now more likely to speak to agents in Manila than people in Bangalore.
6. The World’s First Test Tube Eld’s Deer born at Khao Kheow Zoo in Thailand.
7. Delhi state government on 28 November 2011 launched Kishori Scheme under which sanitary napkins would be distributed to adolescent girls. Delhi becomes the first state in India, which aims to promote menstrual hygiene among these girls.
8. Kuwait’s Prime Minister Sheikh Nasser Mohammad al-Ahmad al-Sabah and the Cabinet resigned on 28 November 2011 amid accusations of corruption.
9. The UPA-II Government set up an expert group to suggest restructuring of power utilities of seven major States, The expert group headed by Planning Commission member (Energy) B. K. Chaturvedi is expected to submit its report by March 2012.
10. A team of the Scientists at the Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich identified the gene, called ABCC9 that can reduce the length of peoples’ sleep.