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Thursday, 5 September 2019

Top 10 CA of 5th Sep


CURRENT AFFAIRS



 Hi guys its a very good morning to all of you. As you know in this blog i am providing you day's Top 10 Current Affairs as these are very important for your exam points of view. So here are the Top 10 CA of 5th Sep:

Top 10 Current Affairs of 5th Sep:

1. Country celebrates Happy Teachers Day to commemorate  birthday of great philosopher and  first vice president of India . Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan.

2. Wipro has bagged $300 mn contract from ICICI bank for next seven years.

3. Our respected Chief Election Commissioner'' Sunil Arora'' becomes the  Chairmanship of Association of World Election Bodies (A-WEB) for the term 2019-21 as India takes over the Chair from Romania. He succeeded Lon Mincu Radulescu.

4. India has shifted Netherlands to move into the list of top 10 countries in terms of total gold reserves according to World Gold Council s report.

5. Pakistan's former captain and batsman Misbah -ul-Haq becomes the new head coach of Pakistan national cricket team. Also former Pak bowling maestro Waqar Younis selected as new bowling coach.

6. Modi becomes the first PM from India to visit Russia's 'Far East Region'. India and Russia converse against the outside influence on any internal matters . They also made an agreement to increase the bilateral trade from current $11 bn to $30 bn by 2025. Also they greed to open a maritime route between Chennai and Russia to ensure connectivity between the two countries.

7. Global analytical company providing ratings agency CRISIL has shorten the financial year 2020 India's growth forecast to 6.3%  expects'' mild''pack-up in quarter 2.

8. Again another one time Austria's Vienna city becomes the' most livelihood' city followed by Australia's Melbourne. India's Delhi takes 118th spot spot among 140 country cities.

9. ECL Finance Ltd. and Central Bank of India  have signed an agreement for priority sector lending to Micro Small and Medium Enterprise (MSME's) customers.

10. Mithali Raj Senior India bats-woman has announced retirement from International T-20 Cricket.


( Source: The Hindu,TOI,AIRWikipedia)

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