Current Affairs – June, 2015

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Andhra Pradesh government to form Krishi Cabinet

Andhra Pradesh government has decided to form a Cabinet sub-committee named as Krishi Cabinet.

This sub-committee will focus on the challenges of the Primary Sector Mission of state government undertaken to make agriculture and its allied activities profitable and sustainable for all-round improvement of the rural economy.

Decision in this regard was taken by state cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu in Vijaywada.

Apart from this cabinet also rechristened Primary Sector Mission of state as ‘Rythu Kosam’. This mission will be part of the government’s strategy to achieve 18.2 per cent growth in 2015-16 fiscal.

It will aim to enhance the contribution of primary sector to the Gross State Domestic Product (GSDP) from 1.43 lakh crore to 1.69 lakh crore rupees. Additional Joint Collector-rank official will the in-charge of the Primary Sector Mission’s performance.

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Cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar voted best Test player of 21st century

India’s legendary batsman and Bharat Ratna recipient Sachin Tendulkar has been voted the ‘Best Test player’ of the 21st century in an online poll.

The online poll was conducted by Cricket Australia’s website for the list of the 100 best Test players since 2000.

In this poll, Sachin got the highest number of votes to emerge top on the list. Sri Lanka’s Kumar Sangakkara received the second highest votes. He was followed by Australian cricketer Adam Gilchrist in the third position.

In this list Sachin is lone Indian cricketer to be figured in the top-10 list, while there are four Australian, three South African and two Sri Lankan cricketers.

Sachin Tendulkar in his 24 years cricket career had played for India in 200 Tests, 463 One-Day Internationals (ODIs) and one Twenty20 International.

Test career: In 200 Test matches he had scored 15,921 runs at an average of 53.78. It comprised of 51 centuries and 68 half centuries. Highest test score was 248 runs (not out).

ODI career: In 463 ODI matches he had scored 18,426 runs at an average of 44.83. It comprised of 49 centuries and 96 half centuries. Highest ODI score was 200 runs (not out).

He had retired from international cricket in 2013 after playing his 200th Test. He is the only batsman to have hit 100 international centuries and holds the record for highest run scorer in both Tests and ODIs.

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