Top 10 News Of India And World (Date – 27.09.2020)

(1) Former Union Minister Jaswant Singh (82) died on 05.22 am on 27 September 2020. He was in a coma for the last 6 years.
(2) President Ram Nath Kovind gives assent to three farm bills passed by Parliament.
(3) RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav announced that as soon as RJD government is formed in Bihar, 10 lakh unemployed youth will be given jobs.
(4) In the case of active mobile users, Airtel has left behind Reliance Jio. Airtel’s active mobile user base has increased to 311 million, while Jio’s 310 million and Vodafone to 273.
(5) France handed over 5 more Rafale aircraft to India. Now India has a total of 10 Rafale aircraft.
(6) Principal of Ramlakhan Singh Yadav College Aurangabad, Dr. Ganesh Mahato has demanded to increase the retirement age of posted professors in Bihar from 65 years to 67 years.
(7) Bihar Public School and Children’s Welfare Association has formed a political party called “Public Vikas Party”, and it will field candidates for all 243 seats in the upcoming assembly elections in Bihar.
(8) A fight has erupted between Armenia and Azerbaijan in the disputed region of Nagorno Karbakh on Sunday. There are reports of casualties of many soldiers on both sides.
(9) The 9th match of IPL 2020 was played between Rajasthan Royals and Kings XI Punjab from 07:30 pm today.
(10) Women’s wicket-keeper Alyssa Healy of Australia women’s cricket team on Sunday surpassed former India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s record of most hunting in T20 cricket. 30-year-old Healy catches Kiwi cricketer Lauren Dawn and completes 92 victims (42 catches, 50 stumps) in the Women’s T20 International. Earlier, the record of the highest wicket-taking by any wicket-keeper in a T20 match was in the name of Mahendra Singh Dhoni, the former captain of the Indian cricket team, who took 91 wickets. Not only this, Heely also broke Dhoni’s record of playing most T20 International matches as a wicketkeeper. This was Hely’s 99th match. Dhoni, who retired from international cricket, represented India in the 98 T20 Internationals.

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