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Today Important Current Affairs in English [ 06 February, 2020 ] | Today's News Headlines

Today Important Current Affairs in English [ 06 February, 2020 ] | Today's News Headlines

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06/02/2020 :

Gopal Baglay appointed as Indian High Commissioner to Sri Lanka.

Sourav Ganguly will be the 'Goodwill Ambassador' of India in the Tokyo Olympic Games 2020.

Union Cabinet gave the approval to confer the status of Institution of National Importance (INI) to five Indian Institutes of Information Technology.

Weightlifting Championship : Sambo Lapung wins gold with national record of 188kg.

PM Modi to inaugurate 11th edition of DefExpo-2020 in Lucknow.

No document will be collected during updation of NPR; Providing Aadhaar number voluntary: Govt.

Bhutan to charge Rs 1200 entry fee for Indian tourists.

The four-day mega event 'National Horticultural Fair 2020' at ICAR-Indian Institute of Horticultural Research kick-started on 05 February, 2020 in Bengaluru.

Maharashtra tops list of States hit by global medical data leak.

The Ministry of External Affairs, in partnership with the govts of Australia and Indonesia, will organise the East Asia Summit Conference on Maritime Security Cooperation in Chennai from Feb 6-7.

India's NavIC system now on smartphones.

One in 10 Indians will develop cancer during their lifetime: WHO report.

Rajasthan CM to dedicate UNESCO world heritage site certificate for Jaipur.

Cabinet approves amendment to bring cooperative banks under RBI.

Ministerial-level Defence dialogue between India and South Korea held in New Delhi.

Mohammed Allawi appointed as new PM of Iraq

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