THE HINDU TOP NEWS 28 MAY 2019  Current Affairs

The Hindu TOP Headlines : 28 May 2019  

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Todays The Hindu Current Affairs

  • Sri Lankan writer Guy Gunaratne was announced as the winner of 2019’s Swansea University International Dylan Thomas Prize
  • Donald Trump becomes first foreign leader to meet new Japanese emperor
  • RBI proposes guidelines for large Non-Banking Financial Companies
  • Apurvi Chandela bags gold medal in 10m Air Rifle in ISSF World Cup
  • China won the badminton world mixed-team championship, Sudirman Cup 2019 in Nanning
  • IAF’s AN-32 Aircraft Certified to Operate on Indigenous Bio-Jet Fuel
  • Corporation Bank launches Corp SME Suvidha for MSMEs
  • India bags 57 medals at India Open International tournament
  • Eminent artist Surya Prakash passed away at the age of 79 in Hyderabad
  • SKM leader Prem Singh Golay to take oath as Chief Minister of Sikkim
  • Professor Balram Bhargava jointly won the 2019 Dr. Lee Jong-wook Memorial Prize
  • Justice DN Patel appointed next Chief Justice of Delhi High Court
  • NSA Ajit Doval addresses 17th Investiture Ceremony of BSF in New Delhi
  • Bayern Munich clinched German Cup 2019
  • India’s Mahesh Mangaonkar won Sekisui Open for the 2nd time
  • Indian badminton chief Himanta elected to BAC vice-president post
  • Men’s compound team win bronze in Archery World Cup
  • Chandrani Murmu became youngest Lok Sabha MP
  • Sweden to host World Leaders Conference to Combat Anti-Semitism in October 2020
  • Lewis Hamilton wins Monaco Grand Prix
  • Lieutenant General Shailesh Tinaikar of India appointed to head UN peacekeeping operation in South Sudan

    Kalpana Dash, Odisha’s first woman mountaineer passed away at the age of 50 near Balcony area of Mount Everest

  • Thailand’s ex-prime minister Prem Tinsulanonda passed away
  • NewSpace India Limited (NSIL), the commercial arm of Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), was inaugurated in Bengaluru

 

 

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