Daily Current Affairs 20 February 2020 – Current affairs is all about discussion of news stories that have recently occurred or are ongoing all around the world at the time of broadcast. We cover all the information that related to National, international, sports, important Days, appointments, agreements, obituary etc.
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Daily Current Affairs 20 February 2020
- India will host the 2022 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Women’s Asian Cup.
- The United Nations’ (UN) World Day of Social Justice is annually observed on February 20.
- Narendra Modi has greeted the people of Mizoram and Arunachal Pradesh, on their Statehood Day : February 20.
- Jeff Bezos launches $10 billion fund to combat climate change.
- Nyas chief Nritya Gopal Das named chairman of Ram Janmabhoomi Trust.
- Hindi is 3rd most spoken language in the world with 615 million speakers after English, Mandarin.
- Union Cabinet approves constitution of 22nd Law Commission of India.
- The Kashi Mahakal Express, the third private train of IRCTC, has started from today.
- Tripura Tea Board organizes ‘Run for India Tea’ event to promote and popularise Tripura tea alongside India tea.
GK updates 20 February 2020 Current affairs
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