- 1 Carlos Alvarado sworn in as Costa Rican President
- 2 Nisha Bhalla conferred with ‘WEF 2018’ award
- 3 Nadal continues to lead ATP rankings ahead of Federer, Dimitrov 4th
- 4 New York attorney general Eric Schneiderman resigns
- 5 India ranked 4th in Asia-Pacific on power index
- 6 Manchester City lift third premier league trophy in seven seasons
- 7 US and Philippines began military exercises
- 8 Google names Nitin Bawankule head of India cloud business
- 9 Latest Current Affairs
Carlos Alvarado sworn in as Costa Rican President
Carlos Alvarado was sworn in as the new President of Costa Rica. Alvarado swept to victory against conservative Protestant singer Fabricio Alvarado Munoz. At 39, Alvarado is the country’s youngest president in modern history.
Nisha Bhalla conferred with ‘WEF 2018’ award
Women Economic Forum (WEF) is the largest global gathering of women entrepreneurs and leaders worldwide. Nisha Bhalla, a 46-year-old holistic coach and consultant from Mumbai was felicitated at the recently concluded Annual WEF 2018 Awards.
Nadal continues to lead ATP rankings ahead of Federer, Dimitrov 4th
Spain’s Rafael Nadal remained in the number one spot in the latest edition of the men’s Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) world singles rankings with 8,770 points while Bulgaria’s Grigor Dimitrov jumped to the fourth spot. Switzerland’s Roger Federer stayed in second place, ahead of Germany’s Alexander Zverev in third spot.
New York attorney general Eric Schneiderman resigns
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announced that he would be resigning from office hours after four women accused him of physical violence.
India ranked 4th in Asia-Pacific on power index
The inaugural Asia Power index by the Lowy Institute, an Australian think tank, has ranked India at the 4th position among 25 nations in the Asia Pacific region.
Manchester City lift third premier league trophy in seven seasons
It took three weeks for Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany to finally get his hands on the Premier League trophy. This was also Pep Guardiola’s first league title in England.
US and Philippines began military exercises
US and Philippine forces have begun their largest annual military exercises named Balikatan. The Balikatan exercises involved combat drills in mock urban settings to train special forces in battling terrorists.
Google names Nitin Bawankule head of India cloud business
Tech giant Google has appointed Nitin Bawankule as the country head for Google Cloud India. Bawankule has been with Google for six years and was previously head of sales for its e-commerce, retail and classifieds and education business.