Current Affairs of Aug-19

Tamil Nadu Government has given the APJ abdul Kalam Award to the :- Chairman of ISRO Shri Kailasavadivu Sivan.

The former Indian Cricketer who has been appointed as a Coach of Indian Cricket Team for the 2nd term:- Ravi Shastri

Gokulam Kerela has won the durand Cup -19 football tournament defeating Mohun bagan In Kolkata.

East Bengal Football Club has given the Bharat Gaurav Award to the former Indian Cricketer and Captain:- Kapil Dev

The Noble prize winner for literature in 1993 passed away on 05 august:- Toni Murrison.

The anchor of Doordarshan & recipient of Nari shakti puruskar passed away on 17 august:- Nilam Sharma.

The veteran Music composer of bollywood who composed music of Umrav Jaan, Kabhi Kabhi etc passed away on 26 august:- Khayyam.

The former CM of Bihar took his last breath on 14 August:- Jagannath Mishra.

Kanchan Choudhary bhattacharya the first director general of Police off Uttarakhand passed away on 26 Aug .

The theme of G-7 Summit held in Biarittz in France is :- Fighting Inequality.

Amazon.com has inaugurated its single largest campus in the world in Hydrabad.

The venue of world youth Congress organised by the UNESCO is :- New Delhi.

The theme of the world biofuel day to be observed on 10 aug is:- Production of Biofuel from used cooking oil.

The rank of India in GDP ranking released by World Bank is:- Seventh.

The former Finance minister of India passed away on 24 august :- Arun Jetley.

The former External affairs minister & CM of Delhi passed away on 06 August:- Shushma Swaraj.

Veer Chakra Award has been given to the Wing Commander Abhinandan Vartaman for his role against Pakistan Intruders.

The name of the Saint on whom world’s first museum was inaugurated by CM mamta Banerjee in Kolkata:- Shri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu.

Vidya Sinha took his last breath on 15 August. She was a veteran bollywood actress and famous for her role in Rajnigandha and Choti si baat.

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