Current Affairs - 2019 - Current Affairs Today 27th May 2019

Current Affairs - 2019 - Current Affairs Today 27th May 2019

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Current Affairs - 2019 - Current Affairs Today 27th May 2019

Current Affairs - 2019 - Current Affairs Today

Current Affairs - 2019 - Current Affairs Today 27th May 2019


Current Affairs - 2019 - Current Affairs Today 27th May 2019


1. Narendra Modi will be prime minister of Indian for the second term. He will swear on 30th May. He belongs to BJPParty. Bharatiya Janata Party.

2. Prem Singh became the Chief Minister of Sikkim. He is also is known as P.S Golay.

3.D.N Patel became the judge of  Delhi High Court.

4. Navy of Srilanka has started to monitor on Terrorist Activity.

5. China has won the SUDIRMAN CUP 2019 beating  Japan.

6. Kalpana Das has died to win the Mt. Everest .she is mountaineer from Orrisa.

7. Facebook will launch a new currency named " Global Coin"

8. Apurva Chandella won ISSF WORLD CUP 2019 in 10-meter air rifle.

9. Acharya Balkrishna won UNSDG10 Most Influential People in Healthcare awards. He is the director of Patanjali ayurvedic Limited.

10. Guy Gunaratne has won the Swansea University international Dylan Thomas Award. The sum of prize £ 30,000.