Weekly Current Affairs One-Liners |14th September to 20th of September 2020

Aspirants preparing for the upcoming government examinations have to prepare the Current Affairs with extreme dedication. Adda247 provides you with the quizzes on current affairs on the daily basis. To ease off your preparation we are providing you a PDF that will contain the current affairs of the whole week. The Weekly One-Liners provided the all-important news from | 14th September to 20th of September 2020. Current affairs play a very major role in scoring better marks in the General awareness section of the competitive exams. Some of the most important examinations such as SBI, IBPS, and other banking or insurance examinations have a dedicated section “General Awareness” to analyze how much are you aware of the daily happenings taking place around you in the world.

The Weekly One-Liners provides all-important news from | 14th September to 20th of September 2020. Here is the list of some of the most important news of the last week:

  • India becomes member of UN’s ECOSOC body
  • M Venkaiah Naidu inaugurated 4th Global Ayurveda Summit virtually
  • IMD’s Global Smart City Index 2020
  • India Happiness Report 2020 announced
  • Hindi Diwas celebrated on 14 September

To revise the current affairs of 14th September to 20th of September 2020, click on the below link to download the PDF:

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