Top 15 Weekly Current Affairs 2 August to 7 August 2021

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Top 15 Weekly Current Affairs 2 August to 7 August 2021
Here, Crack your target brings you the complete and top 15 Weekly Current Affairs 2 August to 7 August 2021 in english . It covers all major National, International, Business, Defense and Sports . 2 August to 7 August weekly current affairs quiz 2021 and previous current affairs revision important points to achieve more marks in government exams such as UPSC, IAS, Railway,SSC ,Banking, Insurance,CLAT, Railways and all other competitive exams. These weekly current affairs cover important national, international, sports, defence, important days celebrated in month in this week.
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FAMOUS SPORTS PERSON BOOKS

  1. Suresh Raina : ‘Believe – What Life and Cricket Taught Me’
  2. Abhinav Bindra : A Shot at History
  3. Kapil Dev : Straight from the Heart
  4. Mary Kom : Unbreakable
  5. Milka Singh :The Race of My Life
  6. Sachin Tendulkar : Playing it My Way
  7. Saina Nehwal : Playing to win
  8. Yuvraj Singh : The Test of My Life
  9. Sania Mirza : Ace against Odds
  10. Sunil Gawaskar : Sunny Days
  11. Sanjay Manjrekar : Imperfect
  12. Muhammad Ali : The Greatest My Own Story
  13. Ricky Ponting : At the Close of Play
  14. VVS Laxman : 281 and Beyond
  15. PV Shindu : “Shuttling to the Top: The Story of P.V. Sindhu”.

ICC HOST UPCOMING EVENT

  • ICC World Test Championship 2021 : Southampton, UK
  • Men’s T20 World Cup 2021 : India
  • Men’s T20 World Cup 2022 : Australia
  • Women’s World Cup 2022 : New Zealand
  • U19 Cricket World Cup 2022 : West Indies
  • Women’s T20 World Cup 2022 : South Africa
  • Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 : India
  • World Test Championship 2023 : India
Important points for all competitive exams

International Cricket Council (ICC)
🔷Formation : 15 June 1909
🔷 Headquarters : Dubai, UAE
🔷 Chairman : Greg Barclay(New Zealand)

Board of Control For Cricket In India (BCCI)
🔷 Founded : 1928
🔷 Headquarters : Wankhede Stadium
🔷 1st President : R E Grant Govan
🔷 39th President : Saurav Ganguly
🔷 Vice president : Rajeev Shukla
🔷 Secretary : Jay Shah
🔷 Men’s coach : Ravi Shastri
🔷 Women’s coach : Ramesh Powar

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