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Current Affairs of 28 August 2021
Check below 28 August 2021 current affairs–
The Reserve Bank of India may launch its first digital currency by December 2021.
In order to minimize the paper work of inter-state transfer of vehicles, the Government of India introduces BH series (Bharat Series).
Moin-ul-Haq Stadium to become international stadium in Patna.
Taliban to Afghans- those have government properties such as weapons, vehicles and others hand over the same to the relevant departments in a weak.
Dubai is ready to host 182-day mega event Expo 2020 from 1st October.
US military executed a drone attack on ISIS after a terror attack in Kabul.
French President Emmanuel Macron attend a regional summit in Iraq on Saturday.
Google is planning for large investment into Bharti Airtel. Earlier, the company invested Rs.34,000 crore in Jio.
US continue evacuations as there is a possibility of more terror attacked in Kabul.
The Bar Council of India has proposed to set up rules to prevent lawyers going to strike.
India recorded 46,759 new covid cases with 509 deaths.
A flight between Muscat and Dhaka have to go with emergency landing on Friday at Nagpur as the pilot suffered heart attack mid air.
Ronaldo on Friday secured a return to Manchester United.
China claimed 2 billion doses have been given to citizens.
Delhi schools will reopen in two phases- phase 1 and phase 2 from 1st September 2021. Schools for class 6-8 will open on 8th September 2021 and schools for 19-12 will reopen from 1st September 2021.
Suspected militants from Dimasa National Liberation Army (DNLA) fired at seven trucks indiscriminately- 5 killed and 1 injured. DNLA is an Assam-based insurgent group seeking independent nation for Dimasa.
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