Current Affairs 04 May 2018

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Mohamed Salah Named Writers Footballer of the Year

  • Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah named the Football Writers’ Association Footballer of the Year.
  • Manchester City midfielder Kevin de Bruyne came second with Tottenham striker Harry Kane third.

Wimbledon Champions’ Prize Money Hiked By 50,000

  • According to the Wimbledon officials, the 2018 men’s and women’s singles champions will receive £2.25 million, an increase of £50,000 on last year.
  • Lower-ranked players at Wimbledon will enjoy a greater uplift, with an increase of 10% across qualifying and the first to fourth rounds of the singles, boosting the overhaul prize money total to £34 million this year.
  • Wimbledon officials warned players they face losing prize money if they withdraw after competing with an existing injury and are not perceived to have given maximum effort.
  • There were a total of seven mid-match withdrawals in the 2017 tournament.

Vibrant North East 2018 Held In Guwahati

India loses top spot to England in ICC ODI Team Rankings; slips to second position with 122 points

Ayushman Bharat to spread its roots with an aim to set up 150000 health care centers

Cultural Festival In Egypt To Commemorate 157th Birth Anniversary Of Rabindranath Tagore

Cognizant Acquires Belgium-Based Hedera Consulting

Justin Langer appointed as Head Coach Of Australian Cricket Team

  • Former Australian cricketer Justin Langer appointed as Australian cricket team’s head coach for all three formats.
  • Langer replaces Darren Lehmann, who had stepped down after Australia’s tour of South Africa amid the ball-tampering controversy.
  • The 47-year-old, who represented Australia in 105 Tests, will begin his four-year term ahead of limited-overs series against England in June.

India Rises To 5th Spot In World’s Top Five Defense Spenders

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