Providing below the current affairs of 23 September 2021. This set of daily current affairs 23 Sep includes topics like India, World, Tech, Sports, Business and Entertainment and is excessively useful for students preparing for government examinations.
Current Affairs of 23 September 2021
23 September 2021 current affairs is now updated below:
India Today Group Vice-Chairperson Kali Puri got AIMA Outstanding Contribution to Media Award 2020-21.
A Tamil Nadu cadre 1989-batch IAS K Rajaraman will be the new telecom secretary replacing Anshu Prakash on retirement.
The two Indian beaches the Kovalam beach in Tamil Nadu & the Eden beach in Puducherry get ‘Blue Flag’ Certification this year. Now, there are total 10 Indian beaches got ‘Blue Flag’ Certification and they are-
Kovalam (Tamil Nadu)
Radhanagar (Andaman & Nicobar Islands)
Rushikonda (Andhra Pradesh)
The awaited national single-window system for investors and businesses has been launched by the Government on 2nd September 2021.
Nepal government recalls its ambassadors from 12 countries.
Rajasthan has become the leading state of India in solar energy production.
The United President Joe Biden mentioned to nominate Indian-American management consultant Ashish Vazirani to a key pentagon position.
Yogesh Singh has been appointed as new Vice Chancellor of Delhi University.
Manchester United’s Cristiano Ronaldo has become the world’s highest paid footballer in 2021.
Smog Tower at Connaught Place Delhi India to be operational from 1st October 2021.
The first round of India-UAE FTA talks begin on 23rd September 2021.
Indian Women’s Compound Archery Team won Gold At World Championship in Yankton on 22nd September 2021.
Ukraine military participates in international military exercise named “Rapid Trident” – total 15 countries took part in this military exercise.
Nepal President Bidya Devi Bhandari appointed Narayan Khadka as the country’s foreign minister on 22 September 2021.
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