Weekly Current Affairs (05 September to 10 September 2022)

Weekly Current Affairs (05 September to 10 September 2022)

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Category : International Published on: September 11 2022

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  1. Liz Truss becomes Britain's new Prime Minister, defeats Rishi Sunak by over 20,000 votes
  2. Nilambur and Thrissur in Kerala and Warangal city of Telangana join UNESCO Global Network of Learning Cities
  3. India overtakes UK as world's fifth largest economy according to Bloomberg
  4. India slips to 131st position out of 189 countries in ‘Human Development Index 2021’ released by UNDP
  5. Mongolian President Ukhnagin Khuralsukh gifts a majestic horse to Defense Minister Rajnath Singh
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