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Daily Current Affairs 27th August 2023: Your guide for daily General Knowledge Preparation

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This post contains important current affairs of 27th August 2023. It includes all Major National, International, Business, and Sports related current affairs of 27th August 2023. We have briefly explained every current affairs matter to help you further understand your general knowledge. Once you have gone through these current affairs, we would recommend that you try the 27th August 2023 Current Affairs test.

Sports
1. HS Prannoy Secures Bronze at BWF Championships in Denmark

  • HS Prannoy clinched a bronze medal at the 2023 BWF World Championships held in Denmark.
  • He was defeated in the semifinals by Kunlavut Vitidsarn, which led to his ranking dropping to the third position worldwide.
  • This marks the 14th medal for India in the history of these Championships.
  • The medal tally for India now stands at one gold, four silvers, and nine bronzes.
  • China remains the tournament’s most dominant team, with a record of 196 medals that include 69 golds, 48 silvers, and 79 bronzes.

National & International Appointments
2. Emmerson Mnangagwa Secures Second Five-Year Term as President of Zimbabwe

  • Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa has been re-elected for his second and last term of five years as of August 2023.
  • His win against Nelson Chamisa, his closest rival, solidifies the ZANU-PF party’s control.
  • Zimbabwe has faced economic instability for the last 20 years, characterized by rising costs, widespread joblessness, and a healthcare system in disrepair.

National Affairs
3. India Passes G20 Leadership to Brazil for 2024 G20 Summit

  • India has transferred the G20 presidency to Brazil, which is slated to host the G20 Summit in 2024.
  • G20 India Chair, N Chandrasekaran, noted that India’s G20 leadership operated under the theme “Vasudeva Kutumbakam” (One World, One Family, One Future).
  • The focus of the presidency included nine major areas such as empowering women and youth, navigating the world towards Artificial Intelligence, fortifying global supply chains, and global economic recovery financing.

Sports
4. India’s Women’s Visually Impaired Cricket Team Wins World Cup

  • The female visually impaired cricket team of India secured a gold medal at the 2023 IBSA World Games in Birmingham.
  • They triumphed over Australia with a decisive nine-wicket win in a match shortened due to rain.
  • Meanwhile, the Indian men’s visually impaired cricket team was defeated by Pakistan in the finals, resulting in a silver medal for them.
  • This year marked the inaugural inclusion of cricket for the visually impaired in the IBSA World Games.

National Affairs
5. Launch of Tele-Law 2.0 by Minister of Law Arjun Ram Meghwal

  • Arjun Ram Meghwal, the Minister for Law and Justice, has initiated Tele-Law 2.0, incorporating both Tele-Law and the Nyaya Bandhu App.
  • The objective is to make legal advice, assistance, and representation accessible to the average citizen through a unified registration and gateway.
  • The Minister encouraged legal practitioners to offer their services for free to guarantee that no individual is left without crucial legal support.

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