Today’s Current Affairs

Today’s Current Affairs


  • Shri Narendra Modi Attend for First Bilateral Visit to Myanmar For Strengthening the Areas of Security Today. He Hopes Myanmar will Prepare Road Map Between our two Countries for Security Purpose From Terrorism. As the Border of India and Myanmar extended about 1600kms which undertake two States Manipur and Nagaland. This is the Second visit of Shri Narendra Modi to Myanmar in his Leadership.
  • Indian Cricket Player Gautham Gambhir says He Took Responsibility towards Daughter of Abdul Rashid Who is Police ASI Died in Kashmir.
  • Kavitha Devi sets a Record as First Woman From India to Participate In Famous WWE ( World Wrestling Entertainment).
  • Famous Journalist Turned Activist Gauri Lankesh From Bangalore Was Murdered by unidentified Assailants Yesterday Night.
  • A Record of 355mm Rainfall Recorded in Mumbai after 2005. According to the Weather Forecast, there will be Heavy Rainfall in Mumbai for Next 72 Hours.
  • India’s Konsam Urmila Devi bagged a gold medal in the 44kg weight category of the Commonwealth Youth weightlifting championships, held at Gold Coast, Australia.
  • Arunachal Pradesh Health and Family Welfare Minister Jomde Kena died. He was 52.
  • The United States President Donald Trump has appointed Kenneth Juster as United States Ambassador to India.
  • President Ramnath Kovind laid the foundation of Saurashtra Narmada Avataran Irrigation Yojana (SAUNI) Phase-II Link-4 in Rajkot district, Gujarat.
  • Drugmaker Novartis has named Indian-origin Vasant Narasimhan as its Chief Executive Officer.
  • P R Seshadri has been appointed as the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of  Karur Vysya Bank.
  • BRICS countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South-Africa) signed four documents including on economic and trade cooperation with an aim to deepen the commercial ties.
  • Pulitzer Prize winner and poet John Ashbery passed away. He was 90.


  • Virat Kohli has on the top spot in the ICC ODI batsman rankings and has also equaled Sachin Tendulkar’s record of highest rating points pocketed by an Indian.
  • Indian Team All Set For the Domination T20I Against Srilanka Today.


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