Daily Current Affairs 27 August 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.
Now a days, Knowledge on current affairs is compulsory. It plays an important role in one’s life especially for those who are preparing for Competitive Exams. Here we are providing Daily Current affairs on daily basis, GK updates 27 August 2020. It will be very helpful to the Exam aspirants to prepare the notes.
Daily Current Affairs 27 August 2020
- SBI MF appoints Vinay Tonse as MD & CEO
- NITI Aayog launched India Component of NDC-TIA.
- HDFC Bank partners Adobe to enhance customer experience
- Defence Minister launched ‘Directorate General National Cadet Corps (DGNCC) Training’ app
- The 29-year-old Dutch author Marieke Lucas Rijneveld has become the youngest author ever to win the International Booker prize for The Discomfort of Evening
- Ministry of Culture announces 7 new circles of Archaeological Survey of India
- A Book titled ‘Cricket Drona’ on renowned coach Vasoo Paranjape to be released on September 2
- James Anderson became the first fast bowler to take 600 Test wickets.
- American twins Bob and Mike Bryan – the most successful men’s doubles team in tennis have announced retirement.
GK updates 27 August 2020 Current affairs
In every competitive exam there will be some questions related to GK updates and Daily current affairs. It is the deciding factor in many Examinations. It has a major contribution in scoring. Candidate can score maximum marks in less time in the exam. So, it is a definite topic to clear any competitive exam and secure a job. It will be useful to Crack the exams such as Civil Service Exam, Bank exams (IBPS, SBI), SSC Recruitment Exams (CGL, CHSL), Railway Recruitment Exams, Entrance Exams and other competitive Exams conducted by state Public service commission.
Click here for THE HINDU Paper Editorial Vocabulary