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Business and Economy- Current Affairs 11/01/21
This category of current affairs 11/01/21 consists the important and latest news regarding business and economy of India.
Indian economy heading towards V-shaped recovery
India’s economy is representing decisive signs of a ‘V-shaped’ recovery in 2021., Assocham said that this returns the confidence of consumers and robust the financial markets. There is a growth in manufacturing and exporters braving it out inthe global market with never-say-die spirit.
Sports, Arts and Books- Current Affairs 11/01/21
This category of current affairs 11/01/21 consists the important and latest news regarding Sports, Arts and Books of India.
Agnes Keleti, the oldest living Olympic champion, turns 100
Agnes Keleti turned 100 on January 9, 2021. She is the oldest living Olympic champion and had won 10 medals at the Olympic Games. She played gymnastics for Hungary and also had won 5 golds-1 at Helsinki in 1952 and 4 at Melbourne in 1956 Olympic Games.
Nathan Lyon: Cheteshwar Pujara a world-class batsman will be a big challenge for rest of series
Australia’s ‘in-depth’ planning to subdue Cheteshwar Pujara worked out well in the opening Test. But spinner Nathan Lyon says it would be a massive challenge to keep the ‘world-class’ batsman quiet through the remainder of the series.
Lyon said the home team has a couple of more surprises lined up for the Pujara, who is considered crucial in the Indian batting line-up for his doggedness. The second Test begins on Saturday in Melbourne.
World- Current Affairs 11/01/21
This category of current affairs 11/01/21 consists the important and latest news regarding the world.
Twitter Shares Tumble After Suspending Donald Trump’s Account
Twitter’s shares are tumbling at the opening bell after it permanently kicked off the President Donald Trump from social media platform. On Friday Twitter shut down Trump’s account so that he cannot use it for further incitement of violence. But, on Monday there was a broad market selloff to start the week. Yet the 11 percent shares of Twitter far outpaced the declines.
Despite Being Warned about a Possible Riot US Capitol Police Did Not Amp up Security
US Capitol Police ignored ample warnings about pro-Trump demonstrations in Washington. Police did not bolster staffing on Wednesday and made no preparations for the possibility of massive violent riots.
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