Current Affairs Day Wise- September 10, 2017
1-Afghanistan Foreign Minister is Salahuddin Rabbani
2-Britain”s former prime minister is Tony Blair
3- The ties between India and the US made progress in the past 15 years in the defence and economic sectors
4-US Undersecretary of State is Thomas Shannon and Russian Deputy Foreign Minister is Sergei Ryabkov
5- Tropical storm Katia claimed two lives in Mexico’s Gulf Coast state of Veracruz
6- Florida Governor is Rick Scott
7-National Award-winner Srijit Mukherji’s “Yeti Obhijaan” to release in Nepal, India on same day
8- Assamese filmmaker Rima Das’s ‘Village Rockstars’ to screen at the ongoing Toronto International Film Festival, Toronto
9- Hurricane Irma made landfall in Florida claiming 25 lives.
10-Navika Sagar Parikrama is the first ever Indian Navy’s circumnavigation and it was flagged off by the Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman at Panaji, Goa.
11-The Salt Lake Stadium was handed over to FIFA as the U-17 World Cup gets underway on October 6
12- England’s James Anderson has replaced Indian’s Ravindra Jadeja at the top of the Test cricklet bowling rankings. It is announced by the International Cricket Council (ICC).
13-Vipul Mittra, the President of Gujarat State Table Tennis Association (GSTTA) launched the logo of the 30th Table Tennis Asian Cup 2017 in Ahemadabad.
14-SAD- Shiromani Akali Dal
15-The World Health Organisation (WHO) has asked the South East Asian countries to eliminate TB by 2030.
16-Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman made her maiden visit at Uttarlai IAF base in western Rajasthan after taking charge.
17-A bronze statue of Indian freedom struggle leader Subhas Chandra Bose was unveiled at the naval base INS Netaji Subhas in Kolkata.
18-Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi impressed with Telangana’s policing, health schemes visiting in Hyderabad.
19- Bibiana Steinhaus has been debuted as Bundesliga football championship’s first female referee in Hertha-Werder tie.