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Sports Current Affairs – January 2023

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  • Sania Mirza announced her retirement from Professional Tennis
  • Kerala University won the ‘Overall Championship’ at a youth festival
  • Khelo India National Women Kho Kho leagues set to take place in Punjab
  • Surya Kumar Yadav becomes the fastest player to reach 1,500 runs in T20I
  • Anahat Singh won Girl’s U-15 squash title at British Junior Open Tournament
  • Novak Djokovic won the men’s single Adelaide International 1 title in 2023
  • Dwaine Pretorius announces retirement from international cricket
  • Virat Kohli equals Sachin Tendulkar’s record of most hundreds
  • CM Shivraj Singh unveiled the mascot, the torch of Khelo India Youth Games 2022
  • Harry Brook & Ashleigh Gardner were named ICC Players of the Month
  • Footballer Gareth Bale announced his retirement from professional football
  • 11-year-old Falak Mumtaz won a gold medal at National Sqay Championship
  • France captain Hugo Lloris retires from international football
  • Koneru Humpy won Silver at the World Chess Blitz Championship
  • Hockey Madhya Pradesh clinched Khelo India Youth Games 2022 Men’s U-18 title
  • Hockey Haryana Women’s U-18 team won Khelo India Youth Games 2022
  • Mandhana & Suryakumar were nominated for the ICC T20 cricketer of the year award in 2022
  • Cristiano Ronaldo joined the Saudi Arabian club Al Nassr
  • Koustav Chatterjee becomes 78th Grandmaster of India
  • Pranesh M became India’s 79th Grandmaster
  • International Hockey Federation (FIH) signed an MoU with JSP Foundation for hockey development
  • Sports Ministry holds its 1st Mission Olympic Cell meet outside Delhi
  • Aasif become the 1st Nepali cricketer to win the ICC Spirit of Cricket
  • England’s Ben Stokes and Nat Sciver won ICC annual awards
  • Arina Sabalenka has won the Women’s Singles in Australian Open 2023 title
  • Novak Djokovic has won Men’s Singles in Australian Open 2023 title
  • Germany beat Belgium to win FIH Men’s Hockey World Cup in Bhubaneswar
  • India defeated England to win the Women’s U -19 T20 World Cup
  • 5th Khelo India Youth Games begins in Madhya Pradesh

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  1. Delhi is the hub of IAS coaching. Every year lakhs of students come to Delhi from all parts of the country to prepare for the Civil Service exam. Some students who have done their schooling in Hindi medium prepare for the IAS exam in Hindi medium. There are some coaching institutes in Delhi to prepare for civil service exams in the Hindi medium. Hindi is the main language among candidates of civil services but slowly candidates are moving from Hindi to English for civil service examination due to lack of quality UPSC coaching in Hindi medium.

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Bharathi Pradeep
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Editor at GetCoolTricks.com. Bharathi covers topics on Competitive exams, How To guides, Current exams, Current Affairs, Study Materials, etc. Follow her on social media using the links below.

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