Weekly Current Affairs (05 September to 10 September 2022)

Weekly Current Affairs (05 September to 10 September 2022)

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Category : Sports Published on: September 11 2022

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  1. Francis Tiafoe becomes the first American since 2006 to reach the semi-finals of the US Open
  2. Red Bull's Max Verstappen wins ‘Dutch Grand Prix’ for second year in a row
  3. Union Home Minister Amit Shah launches mascot & anthem for 36th National Games in Ahmedabad
  4. Pallathuruthi Boat Club wins Nehru Trophy Boat Race (NTBR) title for the third time in a row
  5. Indian Grandmaster Arvind Chitambaram wins 'Dubai Open' title
  6. Former Bangladesh captain and wicketkeeper-batsman Mushfiqur Rahim retires from T20Is
  7. Former Indian batsman Suresh Raina announces retirement from all forms of cricket
  8. Mastercard will be the sponsor of international and domestic matches in India instead of Paytm
  9. Neeraj Chopra creates history, becomes first Indian to clinch Diamond League 2022 Finals title
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