SEPTEMBER 22-23, 2017 COMPLETE REFERENCE TO CURRENT AFFAIRS WITH ENGLISH WORDS

  1. Kuldeep Yadav became the only third India to register a hat-trick aginst Australia in One Day Internationals after Chetan Sharma (1987) and Kapil Dev (1991). Also to be second after kapil dev at Eden garden stadium.
  2. Hindi film Newton will represent India in the best foreign language category at the 90th Academy Awards.
  3. ASCON– Army Static Switched Communication Network.
  4. Philippine President– Rodrigo Duterte
  5. National Human Rights Chairperson – H.L. Dattu

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SEPTEMBER 15-16, 2017 DAILY ENGLISH WORDS OF THE HINDU

  1. Derelict– in a very poor condition as a result of disuse and neglect
  2. Plunge– fall suddenly and uncontrollably
  3. Bountiful– large in quantity; abundant
  4. Delve– reach inside a receptacle and search for something
  5. Imbroglio– an extremely confused, complicated, or embarrassing situation

SEPTEMBER 13-14, 2017 DAILY ENGLISH WORDS OF THE HINDU

  1. Marred– impair the quality or appearance of; spoil
  2. Perplexed– completely baffled; very puzzled
  3. Ambidextrous– able to use the right and left hands equally well
  4. Gust– a sudden strong rush of wind
  5. Shattered– very upset
  6. Unscrupulous– having or showing no moral principles; not honest or fair

SEPTEMBER 12, 2017 DAILY ENGLISH WORDS OF THE HINDU

  1. Unequivocal-leaving no doubt; unambiguous
  2. Frivolous- not having any serious purpose or value
  3. Fallacious– based on a mistaken belief
  4. Innuendos– an allusive or oblique remark or hint, typically a suggestive or disparaging one
  5. Juxtaposed– place or deal with close together for contrasting effect
  6. Unfazed– not disconcerted or perturbed
  7. Traumatised– subject to lasting shock as a result of a disturbing experience or physical injury

SEPTEMBER 9, 2017 DAILY ENGLISH WORDS OF THE HINDU

  1. Streaked– move very fast in a specified direction
  2. Dazzled-amaze or overwhelm (someone) with a particular impressive quality
  3. Accolades– an award or privilege granted as a special honour or as an acknowledgement of merit
  4. Aplenty– in abundance
  5. Colloquial– (of language) used in ordinary or familiar conversation; not formal or literary
  6. Epitome– a person or thing that is a perfect example of a particular quality or type
  7. Scuppers– an outlet in the side of a building for draining water

SEPTEMBER 8, 2017 DAILY ENGLISH WORDS OF THE HINDU

  1. Emphatic– expressing something forcibly and clearly
  2. Estranged– (of a person) no longer close or affectionate to someone; alienated
  3. Repugnant– extremely distasteful; unacceptable
  4. Dampener-a thing that has a restraining or subduing effect
  5. Churned– move or cause to move about vigorously