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Banking & Finance
Federal Bank New CEO: Latest In Current Affairs
The Reserve Bank of India has given the Federal Bank permission to re-appoint Shyam Srinivasan as its Managing Director and CEO for another three years. Srinivasan came to Federal Bank with over 20 years of experience working for major global banks in India and the Middle East. Srinivasan is a graduate of the Indian Institute of Management in Calcutta and Tiruchirappalli’s Regional Engineering College. On September 23, 2010, he became the Managing Director and CEO of this private sector bank. He specializes in retail credit, wealth management, and small and medium-sized business (SME) banking.
The Hunger Virus Multiplex Report: Today Latest Current Affairs
According to Oxfam‘s ‘The Hunger Virus Multiplex’ research, 11 people die of hunger every minute, and the number of people facing famine-like circumstances has increased six times globally. Furthermore, the anti-poverty organization estimated that 155 million people worldwide are presently living in poverty. Afghanistan, Ethiopia, South Sudan, Syria, and Afghanistan were all mentioned in the study. Several countries, including Yemen, are among the worst affected by hunger. According to Abby Maxman, President and CEO of Oxfam America, the death toll from the drought has surpassed that of Covid-19. Covid, according to this data, kills seven people every minute.
Master Of Ayurveda Passed Away: Latest Current Affairs 2021
Dr. PK Warrier, eminent Ayurvedacharya and Managing Trustee of Kottakkal Arya Vaidya Sala passed away. PK was born at Kottakkal on June 5, 1921. During the Quit India Movement, he was drawn to the freedom movement and quit his studies. But, at the age of 24, he returned to school and became a trustee of KAS. Warrier advocated true Ayurvedic medicine as a physician. In 1999, Warrier received the Padma Shri, and in 2010, he received the Padma Bhushan. On the other hand, Warrier was instrumental in bringing Ayurveda to the world’s attention. He was also known in Kerala as the “Father of Ayurveda.” Warrier’s death was mourned by Kerala Governor Arif Mohammad Khan and Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Wimbledon 2021 Champion: Today Latest Current Affairs
Australia’s Ashleigh Barty stands as the new Wimbledon champion for 2021. By defeating Karolina Pliskova of the Czech Republic, world number one Barty won her first Wimbledon title. Barty has won two Grand Slam titles. At the age of 15, Barty won the junior title in 2011. Barty was regarded as one of the best junior players at the time. However, Barty earned her maiden Grand Slam in 2019 when she won the French Open. In addition, Barty is the third Australian woman to win the Wimbledon women’s singles title. In June 2019, she became the number one ranked player in the world for the first time. She has held the top spot since September 2019 and continues to do so.