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Top 5 Miliposts Current Affairs Today – November 4, 2022

Top 5 Miliposts Current Affairs Today

Top 5 Miliposts Current Affairs Today - November 4, 2022

India’s men’s squash team won its first gold medal.

The Indian men’s team, led by veteran Saurav Ghosal, won their maiden gold medal at the Asian Squash Test Championship with a 2-0 win over Kuwait in the final. Saurav Ghoshal sealed the win after Ramit Tandon gave India the lead with a fluid straight-game win over Ali Aramis. Ghosal quickly overcame Ammar Altamimi to provide the team with an undisputed leader.

Indian Army to acquire 120 kamikaze drones

Indian Army officials announced that the Indian Army had started the process of acquiring 120 infiltrating warships and ten air targeting systems to bolster its military power along the Chinese border. According to officials, the Lottering System and Aerial Targeting System are being procured through an accelerated process under the “By Indian” category.

Lionel Messi appointed brand ambassador of BYJU’s.

Edtech major BJUU has appointed football star Lionel Messi as the first global brand ambassador for its social impact arm, Education for All. Football player Lionel Messi, Paris Saint-Germain player and captain of the Argentine football team, signed a deal with BYJU to promote the cause of equal education. Commenting on Lionel Messi being the brand ambassador, BYJU co-founder Divya Gokulnath said that it is not surprising that the greatest player of all time is also the greatest trainee of all time.

Benjamin Netanyahu becomes Prime Minister of Israel.

Israel’s Prime Minister Yair Lapid congratulated Benjamin Netanyahu on Israel’s election victory and confirmed the former prime minister’s triumphant return as leader of a solid right-wing coalition. Israel’s former prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu made a surprise return to power when his Likud party and its far-right and religious allies emerged victorious in the recently held Israel 2022 elections.

Spanish legend Gerard Pique announces retirement from football.

Spanish football legend Gerard Pique has announced his retirement from the sport after Barcelona’s upcoming La Liga match. The 35-year-old footballer took to his social networks to announce his retirement, and Barcelona’s match against Almería at Camp Nou on November 6 will be his last appearance. Barcelona-born Gerard Pique has gone down a bit this season, making just three starts in the current edition of La Liga.



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