Weekly Current Affairs (18th February to 24th February 2024)

Weekly Current Affairs (18th February to 24th February 2024)

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Category : Sports Published on: February 25 2024

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  • The Indian women's team made history by clinching the Badminton Asia Team Championship title on February 18th.
  • ICC imposes a ban of more than 17 years on UK cricketer Rizwan Javed for involvement in match-fixing, violating the ECB Anti-Corruption Code.
  • The Indian women's team clinched a 3-2 victory against Hungary at the World Team Table Tennis Championship held in Busan, South Korea.
  • Pakistan's Babar Azam overtakes Virat Kohli and Chris Gayle, becoming the fastest batsman to score 10,000 runs in T20 cricket.
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