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Current Affairs – September 4, 2020 [Evening Headlines]

Here are the Current Affairs Evening Headlines of September 4, 2020 by Current Affairs Today: National Institute of Tribal Research to be set in New Delhi Tribal Affairs Ministry and the Indian Institute of Public Administration (IIPA) inked deal to establish the National Institute of Tribal Research at the IIPA campus in the national capital. Read More…

Current Affairs – September 4, 2020 [Morning Headlines]

Here are the Current Affairs Morning Headlines of September 4, 2020 by Current Affairs Today: Government decides to skip Question Hour amid lack of efficient use According to the analysis of Parliamentary data since 2009, Question Hour is often faced with many opposition-sponsored disruptions. It revealed that Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha could not utilise Read More…

Current Affairs – September 4, 2020 [Top Headlines]

Here are top Current Affairs of September 4, 2020 INDIA ASI declares site and remains at Sadikpur Sinauli in UP’s Baghpat district to be of national importance; evidence of the existence of a warrior class around 2,000 BCE was discovered in 2018 Kashmiri, Dogri, Hindi added to J&K’s official languages list; now five official languages Read More…

Current Affairs – September 3, 2020 [Evening Headlines]

Here are the Current Affairs Evening Headlines of September 3, 2020 by Current Affairs Today:  Sonamura-Daukandi inland waterways route to operationalised soon The route is to connect Tripura to the National Waterways of India through Bangladesh for the first time. A trial run is to initiate from Daukandi and would conclude at Sonamura on September Read More…

Current Affairs – September 3, 2020 [Morning Headlines]

Here are the Current Affairs Morning Headlines of September 3, 2020 by Current Affairs Today:  India bans 118 more apps amid border tensions with China Ministry of Information and Technology, for the third time, has banned an additional 118 mobile applications, including the famous PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG). This move comes amid the India-China border tensions Read More…