16 April 2021 Current Affairs | News Headlines |

First Published on April 16, 2021 || Last Updated on April 16, 2021 by Prashant Chaturvedi

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16 April 2021 Current Affairs

Appointments/Resignations

Haiti PM resigned amid violence, political strife.

Important Points to Remember: 
  • Haitian Prime Minister Joseph Jouthe has resigned as the country faces a spike in killings and kidnappings and prepares for an upcoming constitutional referendum and general election later this year.
  • He has served as the Prime Minister since March 2020.

National News

Hardeep Singh Puri launched EatSmart Cities Challenge and Transport 4 All Challenge.

Important Points to Remember: 
  • Housing and Urban Affairs Minister Hardeep Singh Puri today launched the EatSmart Cities Challenge and Transport 4 All Challenge through video conferencing.
    EatSmart Cities Challenge is an opportunity for India to play a pioneering role in developing the concept of integrating food systems into city planning and development.
  • The Transport 4 All Challenge aims to bring together cities, citizen groups, and start-ups to develop solutions that improve public transport to better serve the needs of all citizens.

Sports News

Pakistan Skipper Babar Azam replaces Indian Captain Virat Kohli as World No-1 batsman in ICC Men’s ODI Rankings.

Important Points to Remember: 
  • In the International Cricket Council’s (ICC) rankings for ODI batsmen, Pakistan Captain Babar Azam has climbed to the No.1 spot. Azam replaced his Indian counterpart Virat Kohli, who was occupying the top position for nearly three and a half years.
  • Babar’s 82-ball 94 in Pakistan’s third ODI against South Africa, took his rating points to 865, eclipsing Kohli’s 857 points and thus pushing the Indian captain to second place.
  • He is the fourth player from Pakistan to top the ODI batting rankings after Zaheer Abbas, Javed Miandad, and Mohammad Yousuf.

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