Top 5 Current Affairs: 3 September 2019
The underprivileged people who have been excluded from the final list of the National Register of Citizens (NRC) will get legal aid from the Assam Government.
Eight Apache combat helicopters inducted into IAF: Everything you need to know
Eight Boeing AH-64 Apache combat helicopters were inducted into the Indian Air Force on September 3, 2019. Apache AH-64E is one of the world's most advanced attack helicopters with multi-role combat capabilities. The helicopter is flown by the US Army. The induction of the US-made Apache helicopters will provide a major boost to IAF's combat capabilities.
NRC Assam final list out, Underprivileged people to get legal aid from Govt
The underprivileged people who have been excluded from the final list of the National Register of Citizens (NRC) will get legal aid from the Assam Government. The spokesperson of the Ministry of Home Affairs said in a tweet that no person whose name has been excluded from the NRC list will be detained by the authorities and can challenge their exclusion from the list using the remedial measures provided.
Virat Kohli becomes most successful test captain overseas
Virat Kohli has become India’s most successful test captain after the Indian team won the match against West Indies by 257 runs in Jamaica. It was India's 28th win in 48 Tests, led by Virat Kohli. He has surpassed Mahendra Singh Dhoni, led by India in 27 of 60 Test matches. India has lost only 10 Test matches under the captaincy of Virat Kohli.
Mithali Raj retires from T20I: T20 records, total runs, top score
Mithali Raj has retired from T20 Internationals. The former India T20 captain announced that she wanted to focus on the 2021 ODI World Cup. Mithali Raj was the first Indian cricketer to reach the landmark of 2000 T20I runs. Mithali Raj had also captained the Indian side when India played its first-ever women's T20 International in Derby in 2006.
Haryana Govt waives Rs 4,750 cr of interest, penalty on crop loans
The Haryana Government has announced a waiver of Rs. 4750 crore on interest and penalty on crop loans. Chief Minister of Haryana Manohar Lal Khattar announced that this waiver will benefit about 10 Lakh farmers of the Haryana. The move will benefit those farmers who have borrowed from District Cooperative Central Banks, Primary Agriculture Cooperative Societies (PACS), Development Bank and Land Mortgage Bank of Haryana.