Current Affairs Update – 14-15 February, 2017

Hello and welcome to exampundit. Here are the Important Current Affairs Update of 14 and 15 February, 2017. These are very important for the upcoming SBI PO Mains and other insurance and bank exams.

Current Affairs at a Glance – 14-15 February, 2017

  1. Airbus today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU)
    for establishing a Centre of Excellence for aerospace skill development in Hyderabad
    , together with the Telangana
    government, National Skill Development Corporation India and AEROCAMPUS France.
  2. To make deeper inroads into MSME
    financing, the Small Industries and Development Bank
    of India (SIDBI) signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Mahratta Chambers of Commerce, Industries and
    Agriculture (MCCIA
    ) to facilitate loans of up to Rs 50 lakh to member
    MSMEs on a preferential basis.
  3. The ReNew Power Ventures Pvt Ltd on 14 February 2017 announced that it sold a 10 per cent stake in the company to Japanese
    firm JERA for USD 200 million
    .
  4. The Union Government on 14 February 2017 signed agreement with the Republic of
    Croatia
    on economic cooperation
    in Zagreb, Croatia.
  5. The Ministry of Railways on 13 February 2017 announced that the first portion of the Indian Railways Dedicated
    Freight Corridor (DFC) between Ateli and Phulera
    will become operational by March 2018
    .
  6. Reliance Defence and Engineering Ltd (RDEL)
    and the US Navy signed a Master Ship
    Repair Agreement (MSRA) for undertaking service, maintenance and repair of the
    Seventh Fleet of the US Navy
    that is operational in the Indian Ocean.
    Information on the agreement between Anil Ambani-led firm and the US Navy was
    announced on 13 February 2017. This is
    the first time, when an Indian company
    , may be a private or public, will be
    providing logistical support to the US military within Indian Territory.
  7. Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) on 15 February 2017 successfully launched a record 104 satellites including Cartosat-2 in a single mission. The heavy duty
    rocket PSLV C37 carrying will lift off at 9:28 am from Dhawan Space Centre in
    Sriharikota.
  8. The International Aero India 2017 begins at
    Air Force Station, Yelahanka in Bengaluru

    on 14 February 2017. The 5-day show will conclude on 18 February 2017.
  9. India on 14 February 2017 joined the United Nations Network for Improving
    Quality of Care for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health
    with an aim to reduce maternal and newborn deaths
    by half.
  10. India’s first floating elementary school
    named Loktak Elementary Floating School
    was on 13 February 2017
    inaugurated at Langolsabi Leikai of Champu Khangpok floating village on Loktak
    Lake in Manipur.
  11. The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is planning its maiden mission to Venus and its
    second one to the Red planet
    . The same is confirmed by the newly
    allotted budget to the department of space, which shows a 23% increase. The
    Budget also mentions some provisions under its space sciences section for ‘Mars
    Orbiter Mission II and mission to Venus’.
  12. The queen of pop, Adele
    dominated the 59th annual Grammy Awards by picking up all the top awards
    including Album of the year, Record of the year, Song of the year, Best Pop
    Solo performance
    and Best Pop Vocal album. Adele is the first singer to take all the
    top three awards twice.
  13. Indian tabla player Sandeep Das on 13 February 2017 won the 59th annual Grammy
    Award for the Best Global Music category. He won the award for Yo-Yo Ma’s Silk
    Road Ensemble ‘Sing Me Home’. Yo-Yo Ma’s ‘Sing Me Home’ features tunes composed
    by different artists at global level.
  14. The Cobra Gold 2017 commenced on 14
    February 2017 in Thailand
    . Cobra Gold is an annual multilateral
    military exercise co-sponsored by Thailand and the USA.
  15. France’s Jean-Pierre Lacroix has been appointed
    as the Under-Secretary-General for the United Nations’ Peacekeeping Operations
    .
    He has been appointed for the period of one year beginning 1 April 2017.
  16. Tehmina Janjua was on 13 February 2017 appointed as the first
    woman Foreign Secretary of Pakistan to the United Nations (UN). She will be the
    Permanent Representative to the UN.
  17. Usain Bolt and Simone Biles, the
    2016 Rio Olympic champions won top awards of ‘Sportsman of the Year’ and
    ‘Sportswoman of the Year’ at the Laureus World Sports Awards 2017, held in
    Monaco.

Financial and Banking News:
Airbus signs MoU for setting up centre of excellence in Hyderabad

  • Airbus today signed a Memorandum
    of Understanding (MoU) for establishing a Centre of Excellence for aerospace
    skill development in Hyderabad, together with the Telangana government,
    National Skill Development Corporation India and AEROCAMPUS France.
  • The Centre, which will come up at
    Begumpet Airport, will train candidates ranging from high school graduates to
    experienced aviation personnel on aircraft manufacturing, logistics,
    Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO), ground handling and special aviation processes.
  • The Centre will offer short-term
    refresher modules as well as long-term certificate and diploma courses that
    will find acceptability within the industry, Airbus said in a release.
  • It said the Centre is expected to
    roll out short-term courses this year, adding, it planned to upgrade into a
    university over the next five years.
  • The Telangana government will
    provide space for setting up the Centre and would arrange the initial seed fund
    for the project.
  • The National Skill Development
    Corporation will channelise the candidates to the Centre.

SIDBI, MCCIA sign MoU to finance MSMEs

  • To make deeper inroads into MSME
    financing, the Small Industries and Development Bank of India (SIDBI) signed a
    memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Mahratta Chambers of Commerce,
    Industries and Agriculture (MCCIA) to facilitate loans of up to Rs 50 lakh to
    member MSMEs on a preferential basis.
  • The MoU will target micro, small
    and medium enterprises (MSMEs) in the Pune region that are members of the
    MCCIA. The chambers said it has membership of about 1,600 MSMEs from Pune and
    its adjoining region.
  • MSMEs typically struggle to get
    loans from financial institutions, despite being one of the biggest employment
    generators in the country. According to SIDBI’s annual report, only about 7.3%
    of the over 5.1 crore MSMEs in the country avail loans.
  • SIDBI said there will be no
    turnover restrictions on the MSMEs for these loans, but only those enterprises
    will qualify for loans, which have posted profit in the last two years
    continuously and have been in existence for at least three years.

ReNew Power Ventures sells 10% stake to JERA

  • The ReNew Power Ventures Pvt Ltd
    on 14 February 2017 announced that it sold a 10 per cent stake in the company
    to Japanese firm JERA for USD 200 million.
  • While the ReNew Power Ventures is
    India’s leading renewable energy producer, JERA is a Japanese company.
  • Following the company’s founding
    six years ago, this latest investment round now values ReNew Power Ventures Pvt
    Ltd at USD 2 billion.
  • ReNew Power Ventures Pvt Ltd is
    an independent power producer (IPP) company. It was founded in 2011 by Sumant
    Sinha.
  • ReNew Power’s mission is to play
    a pivotal role in meeting India’s growing energy needs in an efficient,
    sustainable and socially responsible manner.
  • The company creates value through
    reliable and efficient generation of non-conventional power through innovation
    in solar and wind power solutions.

Union Government signs agreement with Croatia on economic cooperation
  • The Union Government on 14
    February 2017 signed agreement with the Republic of Croatia on economic cooperation
    in Zagreb, Croatia.
  • The agreement was signed by
    Nirmala Sitharaman, Commerce and Industry Minister and Martina Dalic, Deputy
    Prime Minister and Minister of the Economy of the Republic of Croatia.
  • The Agreement will help both the
    countries in stepping up the ties in continuity as the last agreement expired
    in November 2009.
  • Prior to this agreement, India
    and Croatia had earlier signed an agreement on Trade and Economic Cooperation
    in September 1994 with an aim to promote and develop bilateral trade and
    economic relations.
  • India’s bilateral trade with the
    Republic of Croatia during the financial years 2013-14, 2014-15 and 2015-16
    were USD 148.86 million, USD 205.04 million and USD 148.44 million
    respectively. The bilateral trade during the last three years has remained stable
    between both the countries despite global slowdown.

L&T and MBDA establish Joint Venture for development of missile
systems
  • Engineering conglomerate Larsen
    and Turbo (L&T) on 13 February 2017 entered into a joint venture (JV) with
    European defence major MBDA to develop and produce new-generation tactical
    missiles. The JV named as L&T MBDA Missile Systems will be registered in
    India.
  • Besides being registered in
    India, the L&T MBDA Missile Systems will conduct business as an Indian
    Company and in accordance with the subject of Indian laws.
  • About the Joint Venture and
    Highlights
  • Initially, the two companies will
    develop and supply the fifth-generation, missiles for coastal defence
    batteries, anti-tank guided missiles (ATGM5s) and high-speed target drones for
    the Indian forces.
  • It will focus on business
    opportunities in the Missiles and Missile System domain.
  • The JV’s target prospects under
    the Buy (Indian – IDDM), Buy and Make (Indian) and Buy (Indian) categories of
    Defence Procurement

Sub-committee to frame blueprint on Integrated Dairy Complexes
constituted in Haryana
  • Haryana Cabinet on 14 February
    2017 constituted a sub-committee of council of ministers. The committee will
    prepare a blueprint for developing Integrated Dairy Complexes in all cities of
    the State.
  • The decision to constitute the
    committee was taken at a cabinet meet chaired by Chief Minister Manohar Lal
    Khattar. It has been asked to submit its report within a month.

Members of the committee are
  • Agriculture Minister Om Parkash
    Dhankhar
  • Urban Local Bodies Minister
    Kavita Jain
  • Minister of State for Cooperation
    Munish Kumar Grover

Besides, the state cabinet also
directed the Town and Planning Department that in the development plans of
towns some area is earmarked around the towns where dairy, fodder and vegetable
market could be set up. As per reports, these units will be known as integrated
dairying complex.

Indian Railways Dedicated Freight Corridor: First portion to be
operational by 2018

  • The Ministry of Railways on 13
    February 2017 announced that the first portion of the Indian Railways Dedicated
    Freight Corridor (DFC) between Ateli and Phulera will become operational by
    March 2018.
  • This will be a 190-km double
    track route with a total of 380 km track length which will be under the
    scrutiny of Dedicated Freight Corridor Corporation of India (DFCCIL). The
    Ateli-Phulera section will take over the freight load from the Indian Railways.
  • Additionally, around 500-600 km
    of additional track length will be operational by financial year 2018-19.
  • DFCCIL, a special purpose vehicle
    of the railways, owns the responsibility to develop six Dedicated Freight
    Corridors across the country.
  • These DFCs will transfer a
    minimum of 70  per cent of the freight
    carried by the Indian Railways on tracks parallel to DFCs.
  • One rack on the DFC will be able
    to carry 13000 tonnes of load compared with 5000 tonnes carried by racks on the
    existing railway tracks.
  • Out of these six corridors, the
    Eastern DFC and the Western DFC were taken up on priority basis with funding
    assistance from World Bank and Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA).
  • JICA sanctioned Rs 38722 crore
    loan while World Bank committed to provide USD 2.725 billion for the project.

Master Ship Repair Agreement signed between RDEL and US Navy
  • Reliance Defence and Engineering
    Ltd (RDEL) and the US Navy signed a Master Ship Repair Agreement (MSRA) for
    undertaking service, maintenance and repair of the Seventh Fleet of the US Navy
    that is operational in the Indian Ocean. Information on the agreement between
    Anil Ambani-led firm and the US Navy was announced on 13 February 2017.
  • The seventh fleet of the US Navy
    consists of front-line warships, patrol and supply vessels among others. Of
    these, about 100 vessels are operating in the Indian Ocean.
  • As per the agreement, the works
    will be performed at the Reliance Shipyard at Pipavav in Gujarat. At present,
    these vessels visit shipyards in Japan or Singapore for repair and maintenance
    work.
  • This is the first time, when an
    Indian company, may be a private or public, will be providing logistical
    support to the US military within Indian Territory.

Non-financial news – India and states:
ISRO sets world record by launching 104 satellites in a single mission
including Cartosat-2

  • Indian Space Research
    Organisation (ISRO) on 15 February 2017 successfully launched a record 104
    satellites including Cartosat-2 in a single mission. The heavy duty rocket PSLV
    C37 carrying will lift off at 9:28 am from Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota.
  • The satellites will be injected
    in a 505 km polar Sun Synchronous Orbit at different slots at different angles
    and at different times.
  • With this launch, ISRO
    successfully created a world record of inserting the highest number of
    satellites into space in a single launch. Its previous personal record was of
    sending 20 satellites in one go.
  • The last count of the highest
    number of satellites launched in a single mission is 37 by Russia in 2014. This
    is the first time the count exceeds a hundred.

Payloads of PSLV-C37
  • India’s Cartosat-2 Series
    satellite weighing 714 kilograms, which is meant for earth observation. It has
    a sharp resolution to provide quality earth images to its customers.
  • Other 103 payloads of the launch
    included two other nano-satellites are from India and all the remaining 101
    nano-satellites are from foreign customers including 96 from the US and one
    each from Israel, Kazakhstan, the Nederland, Switzerland and the United Arab
    Emirates. All these 103 payloads together weighed 664 kilograms.

FSSAI formed Scientific Panel on Food Fortification and Nutrition
  • The Food Safety and Standards
    Authority of India (FSSAI) on 14 February 2017 formed a scientific panel on
    food fortification and nutrition.
  • The scientific panel was mandated
    to identify critical nutritional gaps in the Indian diet in general as well as
    in specific target groups based on diet surveys and credible scientific
    evidence.
  • The panel includes 11
    distinguished scientists and experts in the field of nutrition. Apart from
    these 11 experts, members of scientific panels dealing with fortification of
    food such as wheat flour, refined flour, rice, milk, edible oil and salt will
    also be a part of this panel.

In addition, following
agencies will be working with this panel.
  • Union Ministry of Women and Child
    Development
  • Union Ministry of Health and
    Family Welfare
  • Department of Biotechnology
  • Indian Council of Medical
    Research

Terms of reference of the
panel are –
  • To define strategies to address
    the nutritional needs of the general population and vulnerable groups in India
  • To review the standards for all
    suitable food fortifying vehicles
  • To suggest healthy dietary intake
    of fat, sugar and salt for Indians
  • To address regulatory and
    technological issues related to nutrition
  • To review proposals from industry
    using modern risk assessment methods
  • To prescribe standard sampling
    and test methods for effective monitoring, surveillance and enforcement of the
    relevant regulations

International Aero India 2017 begins in Bengaluru

  • The International Aero India 2017
    begins at Air Force Station, Yelahanka in Bengaluru on 14 February 2017. The
    5-day show will conclude on 18 February 2017.
  • Features of International Aero
    India 2017
  • It is the 11th edition of the
    biennial International Aero India show. It is considered as Asia’s premier air
    show.
  • Aero India 2017 will act as a
    significant platform to bolster business opportunities in International
    aviation sector.
  • Compared to the previous edition
    in 2015, the present event is expected to witness an exponential growth due to
    growing defense related ecosystem in India and the region.

Publications Division, Sasta Sahitya Mandal signed MoU for joint
publication of books

  • The Publications Division and
    Sasta Sahitya Mandal (SSM) on 14 February 2017 signed a Memorandum of
    Understanding (MoU) in New Delhi.
  • The MoU facilitates joint
    publication of books on heroes of the Indian freedom struggle, cultural leaders
    and other eminent personalities who worked towards nation development.
  • The MoU is a joint initiative
    between the Publications Division and the SSM to sensitise the young generation
    about India’s rich and diverse culture and history.
  • The agreement would promote
    availability of good literature for the people on diverse topics.
  • The MoU includes joint
    publication of a set of 20 books out of which 10 books will be selected through
    each other’s catalogue.
  • In addition, a set of 10 small
    new books would be finalized on topics such as the freedom struggle, Indian
    culture, ethics and values for joint publication.

India joins UN’s Network for Improving Quality of Care for Maternal,
Newborn and Child Health

  • India on 14 February 2017 joined
    the United Nations Network for Improving Quality of Care for Maternal, Newborn
    and Child Health with an aim to reduce maternal and newborn deaths by half.
  • On this occasion, eight other
    countries, including Bangladesh, Ivory Coast, Ethiopia, Ghana, Malawi, Nigeria,
    Tanzania and Uganda joined the multilateral initiative along with India.
  • About Network for Improving
    Quality of Care for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health
  • It is a multinational network for
    improving quality of care for maternal, newborn and child health.
  • The network will bring together
    officials from ministries of health, health care professionals and bilateral
    and multilateral development partners.

The network has three goals. They are –
i. Reduce maternal and newborn
mortality in health facilities in the target country districts by 50 per cent
over five years
ii. Reduce avoidable morbidity
due to severe post-partum haemorrhage by 50 per cent
iii. Improve experience of
healthcare
India’s first floating elementary school inaugurated on Manipur’s
Loktak Lake

  • India’s first floating elementary
    school named Loktak Elementary Floating School was on 13 February 2017
    inaugurated at Langolsabi Leikai of Champu Khangpok floating village on Loktak
    Lake in Manipur.
  • This first of its kind school was
    set up with an aim to provide education to drop outs students as well as
    illiterate adults.
  • It will provide education to
    around 40 children from Class I-III by engaging two local teachers.
  • It was built under the initiative
    undertaken by All Loktak Lake Fisherman’s Union with the support of an NGO
    People Resources Development Association (PRDA).

ISRO plans Venus mission, wants to revisit Red planet

  • The Indian Space Research
    Organisation (ISRO) is planning its maiden mission to Venus and its second one
    to the Red planet.
  • The same is confirmed by the
    newly allotted budget to the department of space, which shows a 23% increase.
    The Budget also mentions some provisions under its space sciences section for
    ‘Mars Orbiter Mission II and mission to Venus’.

About the Mars Missions
  • The Mars mission is tentatively
    scheduled for 2021-22.
  • The mission will mainly include
    launching an orbiter and building a Mars rover in collaboration with the French
    space agency, Centre national d’études spatiales (CNES).
  • ISRO may also attempt to put a
    robot on the Red planet’s surface this time.

Maiden Mission to Venus
  • Though not much is known about
    India’s maiden mission to Venus, it is in all probability going to be a modest
    orbiter mission.
  • As very little is known about
    Venus, the mission is definitely expected to be worthwhile.
  • India might partner with NASA in
    this mission.

Awards & Honors:
Adele sweeps top prizes at 2017 Grammy Awards

  • The queen of pop, Adele dominated
    the 59th annual Grammy Awards by picking up all the top awards including Album
    of the year, Record of the year, Song of the year, Best Pop Solo performance
    and Best Pop Vocal album.
  • The legendary singer similarly
    took away the album, record and song of the year categories in 2012. However,
    her victory was even more special this year, as she was up against phenomenal
    pieces of work including Beyonce’s album ‘Lemonade’.
  • Adele is the first singer to take
    all the top three awards twice.
  • Adele broke her Grammy for ‘Album
    of the Year’ in half stating that it belonged to Beyonce for her monumental
    album- Lemonade.
  • Beyonce’s ‘Lemonade’ won the
    award for Best Urban Contemporary album and her song ‘Formation’ won the Best
    Music video award.
  • Another legendary star who swept
    up key awards was the late singer, David Bowie.

Indian tabla player Sandeep Das
wins 2017 Grammy Award for Best Global Music

  • Indian tabla player Sandeep Das
    on 13 February 2017 won the 59th annual Grammy Award for the Best Global Music
    category. He won the award for Yo-Yo Ma’s Silk Road Ensemble ‘Sing Me Home’.
    Yo-Yo Ma’s ‘Sing Me Home’ features tunes composed by different artists at
    global level.
  • The album ‘Sing Me Home’ was
    released as a part of the documentary on Ma’s project titled ‘The Music of
    Strangers: Yo-Yo Ma and The Silk Road Ensemble’.
  • Apart from Sandeep Das and Yo-Yo
    Ma, there were other musicians as well who contributed to the album including
    the New York-based Syrian clarinet player Kinan Azmeh.
  • Azmeh was recently stranded
    overseas when US President Donald Trump imposed a ban on travellers from seven
    Muslim-majority countries.

World News:
Military Exercise Cobra Gold 2017 begins in Thailand

  • The Cobra Gold 2017 commenced on
    14 February 2017 in Thailand. Cobra Gold is an annual multilateral military
    exercise co-sponsored by Thailand and the USA.
  • The Cobra Gold 2017 is the 36th
    edition of the multinational military exercise.
  • Around 30 nations will take part
    in the exercise that will continue till 24 February 2017.
  • Cobra Gold includes a staff
    exercise with a senior leader seminar, a field training exercise and
    humanitarian civic assistance projects.
  • Approximately 3,600 soldiers,
    sailors, airmen and marines of the USA are involved in these activities.
  • The exercise includes an
    amphibious assault demonstration, noncombatant evacuation operation and
    combined arms live fire exercise.
  • The emphasis of the Cobra Gold
    2017 is on coordination of civic actions such as humanitarian assistance.
  • The exercise is a part of the
    USA’s efforts to expand regional cooperation and collaboration in vital areas
    such as disaster relief.

India joins Moscow meet, despite exclusion in first round
  • India along with six other
    nations participated in a meet held in Moscow on 15 February 2017. The
    conference was conducted to discuss Afghanistan’s future.
  • In a similar conference held two
    months earlier, Russia had invited only China and Pakistan, a move that was
    objected by both India and Afghanistan. India especially objected its exclusion
    from the previous conference on Afghanistan, as it has always believed in a
    close and constructive cooperation for peace and stability in the region.
  • Following it, Moscow agreed to
    expand its circle and hold a six-nation conference including Russia, China,
    Pakistan, India, Afghanistan and Iran. The one-day conclave was led by Russian
    President Vladimir Putin’s special envoy to Afghanistan, Zamir Kabulov. While
    Gopal Baglay represented India at the meet, Pakistan was represented by Mansoor
    Ali Khan.

Appointments:
Jean-Pierre Lacroix appointed as new UN peacekeeping Chief

  • France’s Jean-Pierre Lacroix has
    been appointed as the Under-Secretary-General for the United Nations’
    Peacekeeping Operations. He has been appointed for the period of one year
    beginning 1 April 2017.
  • The announcement was made by the
    United Nations’ new Secretary General Antonio Guterres, who took over from Ban
    Ki-moon on 1 January 2017.
  • Besides this, Guterres also announced
    the extension of the term of three other officials including Jeffrey Feltman,
    Under-Secretary-General for Political Affairs, Oscar Fernandez-Taranco,
    Assistant-Secretary-General for Peacebuilding Support and Atul Khare,
    Under-Secretary-General for Field Support until 1 April 2018.

Tehmina Janjua appointed as Pakistan’s first woman Foreign Secretary to
UN

  • Tehmina Janjua was on 13 February
    2017 appointed as the first woman Foreign Secretary of Pakistan to the United
    Nations (UN). She will be the Permanent Representative to the UN.
  • She will replace the outgoing
    Foreign Secretary Aizaz Ahmed Chaudhry, who will now be the Ambassador to the
    United States (US). Janjua will join the office in the first week of March
    2017.
  • She is the first woman of
    Pakistan to hold this key post at the United Nations.

Sports News:
Olympic Champion Bolt wins Laureus ‘Sportsman of the Year’ award
  • Usain Bolt and Simone Biles, the
    2016 Rio Olympic champions won top awards of ‘Sportsman of the Year’ and
    ‘Sportswoman of the Year’ at the Laureus World Sports Awards 2017, held in
    Monaco.
  • Bolt was conferred with the top
    honour for the fourth time, equalling the record set by tennis legends Roger
    Federer and Serena Williams and surfer Kelly Slater, who are all four-time
    Laureus winners. He received his award from one of the world’s greatest
    sprinters, Michael Johnson.

Indian racer Jehan Daruvala wins New Zealand GP
  • Young Indian racer Jehan Daruvala
    created history by winning the New Zealand Grand Prix 2017 at the Chris Amon
    Circuit.
  • With the win, Jehan became the
    first and only Indian to win a Grand Prix in motorsport and has joined the
    elite list of Grand Prix winners including Keke Rosberg, Bruce Mclaren, John
    Surtees and Sir Jackie Stewart.

Adam Voges retired from international Cricket

  • Australian Cricketer Adam Voges
    on 14 February 2017 announced his retirement from international cricket. Voges,
    who will lead the Prime Minister’s XI against the visiting Sri Lankans in
    Canberra, said that this will be his last game against the international team.
  • He will continue to play for
    Middle sex. He had not played a single Test match since November 2016, when he
    suffered a concussion during Western Australia’s Sheffield Shield match against
    Tasmania.
  • The 37-year-old will end his
    cricket career with the second highest Test average (61.87 from 31 innings) of
    all time behind Australian great Sir Donald Bradman. Bradman’s career average
    is 99.94 from 52 Tests.

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