Current Affairs of 27 August 2021

We have updated the latest and top current affairs of 27 August 2021 below. We have covered the domains world, India, business, tech, sports and entertainment.

Current Affairs of 27 August 2021

Bhavinaben Patel created a history after becoming the 1st Indian TT player who secure medal in Tokyo paralympics 2020.

Manchester City has suspended Benjamin Mendy because of rape and sexual assault charges.

India recorded 44,658 fresh covid cases in the last 24 hours.

Former England captain Ted Dexter passed away due to his recent illness.

A popular Bollywood actor Sonu Sood will become the brand ambassador for “Desh ke Mentor” programme by Delhi government.

Senior advocate P S Narasimha is the 3rd person to be appointed as CJI from bar. Justice S M Sikri was the first.

Chris Cairns, former New Zealand all-rounder suffered paralysis in his legs during a life-saving surgery.

In women’s 50KG powerlifting final India Sakina Khatun finishes 5th in the Tokyo Paralympics 2020.

Attack in Kabul Airport,  afghans and 12 US troops killed.

Zimbabwe allowed vaccination to people aged 14 years and above.

Argentina’s President Alberto Fernande have been charged with allegedly breaking a compulsory quarantine to host a party.

You Tube suspended payments to 14 channels those are found guilty of scattering fake news about upcoming election in Brazil.

ISIS took responsibility of blasts near Kabul airport.

e-Shram portal has been launched by Centre to register 38 crore unorganized workers.

The state’s first handicrafts park is being built by UP Government.

MI TV 5X series is now launched in India in three different sizes.

MI Notebook ultra and MI Notebook pro laptops have been launched in India.

Kapil Dev to Government for the removal of duty from sports equipment.

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