Current Affairs of 1 September 2021

Current Affairs is considered a crucial section of any SSC, banking, railways, UPSC and other government exams. Edudwar provides you daily current affairs and this article is dedicated to current affairs of 1 September 2021. We are here to make you aware of recent happening across the country and the globe to strengthen your preparation level.

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Current Affairs of 1 September 2021

Candidates can check below current affairs of 1 September 2021. It will boost your preparation for general awareness section included in various government exams.

The first formal talks held between Indian ambassador and Taliban leader at Doha Qatar on 31 August 2-21.

India’s GDP growth recorded 20.1% in Q1.

Greg Stewart from Canada wins gold in in Men’s F46 Shot put in Tokyo Paralympics.

Victoria Rumary from Great Britain win’s bronze in Women’s Individual w1.

Mariyappan Thangavelu and Sharad Kumar won silver and bronze medal respectively in men’s high jump T63 event in Tokyo Paralympics in Tokyo Paralympics 2020 and made India proud.

On 31 August 2021, a contract has been signed between Indian Navy and Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL) for India’s first local NADS having both soft kill and hard kill capacities.

On 31 August, South Korea introduced a law which bans app store operators like Apple and Google to force developers for using their in-app payment system.

Sri Lanka declared food emergency because of forex crisis.

PayU will acquire BillDesk- Indian Payment Service Provide for $4.7 billion in cash.

BCCI approved to add two more teams in Indian Premier League 2022 making it total 10 teams.

Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IIT Madras) developed India’s 1st indigenous motorized wheelchair vehicle that can be used on roads and uneven terrains both.

Dale Steyn declares retirements from all formats of cricket.

Tamil Nadu Cements Corporation Limited (TANCEM) is going to introduce a new cement brand ‘Valimai’.

The NCR Planning Board (NCRPB) discussed the ambitious Draft Regional Plan-2041 (DRP-2041) for making NCR a smart region by improving the road connectivity with the help of bullet trains, smart roads, and helitaxi services.

New National Education Policy is approved to be implemented in Delhi University from the next session.

Cristiano Ronaldo joined Manchester United.

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