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Current Affairs - September 2020-8 September Current Affairs

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  • 1932 Iraq finally gets freedom from the United Kingdom.
  • 1863 National Thanksgiving Day proclamation
  • 1952 UK tests its first atomic bomb




  • The corporate tax breaks declared by the administration as of late will offer advantages to recorded corporates, banks and NBFCs, and utilized and non-utilized areas in various degrees yet without anyone else, may not be sufficient to stimulate private sector Capex over the near to medium term 
  • The legislature is battling to discover extra room for expected rice stocks before the obtainment season begins this month, as storage facilities are flooding and there is no arrangement to diminish stock.
  • Onion costs declined under Rs 30 for each kg level at Lasalgaon in Maharasthra, Asia's biggest discount showcase for the bulb crop, after the administration prohibited fare and forced stock farthest point on merchants.




  • The proposed inconclusive strike, HAL stated, is against the enthusiasm of national security and will influence the need to keep up armada functionality of Armed Forces
  • Indian infantry officers presently at long last have another weapon to obliterate propelling adversary tanks on the western front with Pakistan. The Army has started to draft a set number of Israeli Spike hostile to tank guided rockets (ATGMs) to meet quick operational prerequisites till the indigenous man-convenient "tank executioners" being created by DRDO are prepared for acceptance.
  • Air Chief Rakesh Kumar Singh Bhadauria on Friday portrayed as a "major misstep" the IAF shooting down its helicopter in Kashmir on February 27, when Indian and Pakistani powers occupied with a dogfight and said the correctional move is being made against the liable.




  • Our efforts for lion conservation with the support of local people have yielded good results. The number of lions now in Gujarat has reached the 600 mark" Rupani said.
  • Forest areas across the country like Pachmarhi and Gir are "over” because of urbanization and construction of five-star hotels for which politicians, social workers, and even courts are responsible.




  • The Pope urges action to save the Amazon. He asks to take care of the native people and give them better care.
  • North Korea said on Sunday it has "no aim" to proceed with atomic talks except if the U.S. finds a way to end threats, a day after dealings in Sweden broke down.
  • England indicated on Sunday that it could be available to changes to its most recent Brexit recommendations for Northern Ireland, as European leaders heaped weight on Prime minister Boris Johnson to update the plans.



  • The name Pakistan was coined by Muhammed Iqbal.
  •  Vande Mataram's author is Bankin Chandra Chatterjee.
  • The British capital of India shifted from Kolkata to Delhi on 1911