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India Current Affairs July 2019

Current Affairs July

10th July:

  • Karnataka crisis: Speaker refuses to accept resignation of 8 out of 13 rebel MLAs.
  • Hammad Azhar elevated to post of Pakistan federal minister for revenue.
  • News anchor among four killed in Karachi firing.
  • Bangladesh head coach Steve Rhodes steps down.
  • Conservatives agitate for religious freedom law but Coalition voters not on board – Essential poll.
  • Coalition’s $1bn welfare outsourcing accused of hurting vulnerable Australians.

9th July:

  • Saudi-led coalition forces stop another Houthi drone.
  • Saudi Arabia to build airport for Haj and Umrah in Makkah.
  • Italy’s Prosecco hills added to UNESCO World Heritage list.
  • World’s largest burn and plastic surgery institute inaugurated in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  • Towards a free trade agreement: on India-U.S. ties.
  • Karnataka crisis: Another minister resigns, openly backs BJP.

8th July:

  • Nepal’s effective measures to clean up the Mount Everest.
  • Iraqs Babylon listed as UNESCOs World Heritage Site.
  • Indian government to introduce an Indian sovereign bond to the world.
  • 5.7 magnitude earthquake in Iran, life was not damaged.
  • U.S. womens national soccer team won the FIFA Womens World Cup 2019.
  • Virat Kohli retains top position among batsmen in latest ICC rankings.

7th July:

  • ICC World Cup India beat up Sri Lanka by 7 wickets.
  • Bahrain to partner with UK to pilot new AI guidelines.
  • Elavenil Valarivan won the gold medal in 10m women’s air rifle at ISSF World Cup 2019.
  • Shoaib Malik announced his retirement from ODI.
  • Afghanistan Bomb blast in Masjid 2 people died and a number of injured.

6th July:

  • LightSail 2 spacecraft sends it first signals to Earth.
  • ICC World Cup Pakistan beat Bangladesh by 94 runs.
  • Rajya Sabha passed the Indian Medical Council (Amendment) Bill 2019.
  • NASA launched an incredible new atomic clock into orbit to navigate distant planets.
  • Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan is to meet the US President Donald Trump on July 22.
  • South Central Railway has commissioned the longest electrified tunnel.

5th July:

  • International court announced the result of Kulbhushan Yadav case in 17th July.
  • Hima Das won the women’s 200m gold in the Poznan Athletics Grand Prix in Poland.
  • ICC World Cup 2019 West Indies beat Afghanistan by 23 runs.
  • Afghan batsman Alam Khalil breaks Tendulkar record for making World Cup litle age fifty.
  • Ursula von der Leyen is appointed as European Commission president.
  • Centre signs MoU with IBM to utilize AI in agriculture.

4th July:

  • US condemns terrorist attack on Saudi Arabia’s Abha International Airport.
  • 14 dead, 9 missing after dam breach in Ratnagiri.
  • IMF approves $6 billion loan for Pakistan.
  • Women’s World Cup: Netherlands beat Sweden to reach final against US.
  • Hajra Khan breaks world records to highlight inequality in sports in Pakistan.
  • Rahul Gandhi quits as India opposition leader after election defeat.

3rd July:

  • Indo-French Joint Air Exercise ‘Garuda-VI’ begins.
  • N S Vishwanathan gets extension by one year as RBI deputy governor.
  • Mark Tully presented the Lifetime Achievement Award at UK-india Awards 2019.
  • NASA’s PUNCH mission selected Indian Scientist Dipankar Banerjee as its co-investigator.
  • Ola Electric invests $250million funding from SoftBank.
  • Karnam Sekar takes over as new MD and CEO of IOB.
  • Odisha to host the 21st Commonwealth Table Tennis Championship 2019.

2nd July:

  • N.S Viswanathan re-appointed as RBI’s Deputy Director
  • Information and Broadcasting Minister reviews National Film Heritage Mission Project.
  • New Zealand bans single-use plastic shopping bags
  • Max Verstappen won 2019 Austrian Grand Prix
  • India to contribute USD 5 Millions in 2019 to UN Palestine refugee agency
  • Five-year vision plan EQUIP finalised and released by HRD Ministry

1st July:

  • India has signed Rs.200 crore deal with Russia to acquire Strum Ataka.
  • Telecom Ministry constituted a committee to revive Telecom sector.
  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi gives a clarion call for water conservation.
  • Nitesh Kumar Jangir Indian Engineer won innovation award in UK.
  • Indian Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu birthday observed today.
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