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Important Current Affairs 9th September 2019

NATIONAL:

Former Union Minister Kalraj Mishra takes oath as Rajasthan Governor.

• Former Union Minister Kalraj Mishra was sworn in as the Governor of Rajasthan at an oath-taking ceremony held at the Raj Bhawan in Jaipur on Monday. Rajasthan High Court Chief Justice Shripathi Ravindra Bhat administered the oath of office to Mishra who replaced Kalyan Singh after the completion of his five-year tenure. Mishra became the 22nd Governor of the state.

27-yr-old Anupriya becomes Odisha's 1st tribal woman commercial pilot.

• Anupriya Madhumita Lakra, 27, is the first tribal woman from Maoist-affected Malkangiri district of Odisha to become a commercial pilot, according to the Hindustan Times. Lakra will join the Indigo airline as a co-pilot later this month. Lakra's father, who is a police constable, said that it was difficult for him to fund her pilot training but he took loans.

President Kovind to become first Indian President to visit Slovenia.

• President Ram Nath Kovind's three-nation tour to Slovenia, Iceland and Switzerland will make him the first Indian President to visit Slovenia. "To continue India's engagement and boost the bilateral relations.

APPOINTMENTS AND RESIGNATIONS:

Allahabad HC judge Vikram Nath named Gujarat High Court Chief Justice.

• Senior judge of the Allahabad High Court, Justice Vikram Nath, has been appointed as the Chief Justice of the Gujarat High Court on Sunday following the Supreme Court Collegium's recommendation sent last month. Notably, the SC Collegium reversed its earlier recommendation to appoint Nath as the Chief Justice of the Andhra Pradesh High Court on the Centre's request.

SPORTS:

Afghanistan defeat Bangladesh to record their 1st ever away Test win.

• Afghanistan defeated Bangladesh by 224 runs at Chattogram's Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium to register their first-ever away Test victory. Afghanistan captain Rashid Khan became the first player to score a fifty and take 10 or more wickets in debut match as captain. Afghanistan also became the second Test side after Australia to win two of their first three Tests.

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