Current Affairs of 8 September 2021

This article contains daily current affairs of 8 September 2021 which includes topics like India, World, Tech, Business, Sports, entertainment etc. Follow this set of current affairs if you are preparing and attempting for government exams.

Current Affairs of 8 September 2021

8 September 2021 current affairs is now updated below-

Mullah Mohammad Hasan Akhund will be the Prime Minister of Afghan government.

  • Abdul Ghani Baradar- Deputy PM

  • Sirajuddin Haqqani- Interior Minister

  • Mullah Yaqoob- Defence Minister

  • Amir Khan Muttaqi- Foreign Minister

  • Sher MD Abbas Stanekzai- Junior Foreign Minister

Masarat Alam Bhat to be new Hurriyat chairman after the death of former Hurriyat chief Syed Ali Shah Geelani.

Piyush Goyal replaces Suresh Prabhu as India’s new G20 Sherpa.

A dedicated portal launched by Central Government on Tuesday that will assist improving air quality in 132 polluted cities.

Bailout package to be discussed by Cabinet today on 8 September 2021 for telecom.

El Salvador has become the first country to adopt bitcoin as legal tender.

Mahmood Mamdani, an Indian-origin authority, is among the four authors shortlisted from across the world for the 2021 British Academy Book Prize for Global Cultural Understanding on 7 September 2021.

International literacy day 2021 is being celebrated on 8 September 2021.

SBI Cheif Rajnish Kumar appointed as economic advisor by Andhra Pradesh Government.

Delhi will get second smog tower inaugurated near Anand Vihar metro station Delhi.

Cuba became the first country in the world started vaccinating children of 2 years.

The Columbus statue will be replaced by a statue honouring Indigenous women in Mexico city- announced by Mayor Claudia Sheinbaum of Mexico City.

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