10th August Current Affairs
President Mukherjee extends greetings on eve of National Day of Ecuador
President of India Pranab Mukherjee has unmitigated his compliments to the Government and people of the Republic of Ecuador on the eve of their National Day.
PM Modi condoles loss of lives due to stampede in Jharkhand
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has express sympathy for the loss of lives due to the stampede in Jharkhand.
President hosts ‘at home’ for freedom fighters on 73rd anniversary of Quit India Movement
President Pranab Mukherjee hosted an ‘at home’ greetings for freedom fighters on the event of the 73rd anniversary of the Quit India Movement.
Jharkhand stampede: BJP MP takes responsibility, calls for better arrangements
Bharatiya Janata Party MP from Godda, Nishikant Dubey understood that the management can be held responsible for not being capable to create sufficient arrangements that led to a stampede at Durga temple in Belabagan area of Jharkhand’s Deoghar district.
10th August Current Affairs
Japan PM Abe’s support slips, majority oppose nuclear restart
Support for Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has fall to just over 30 percent and a majority oppose the planned started again of a nuclear reactor that went offline after the 2011 Fukushima disaster, a poll by the Mainichi newspaper showed on Monday.
S.Korea condemns North over land mine blast, threatens retaliation
South Korea’s military susceptible revenge against North Korea on Monday after it blamed the North of planting land mines inside the Demilitarised Zone boundary that injured two soldiers last week, calling it a gutless act of provocation.
Stephens tops Pavlyuchenkova at Citi Open for 1st WTA title
Sloane Stephens sit at a bench for her postmatch news meeting, eyed the big glass award sitting at arm’s length, and asked, “What happens to this?”
Brazil coach blasts Chinese Olympic champ Sun
The instructor of Brazil’s national swimming team says China’s Olympic champion Sun Yang attempt to elbow and kick a female swimmer at the world championships on Sunday and that he has also origin troubles for other teams.
Anderson named in England squad for fifth Ashes Test
England’s pace lead James Anderson returned to the squad for the fifth Ashes Test in opposition to Australia after missing the fourth Test through injury on Sunday.
China stocks rise on sector restructuring hopes, shrug off weak data
China stocks increased on Monday on probable restructuring among most important shipping firms and in other key region, and on hopes that less volatile trading may soon induced fund managers to get off the nonessential and put billions in cash back to work.
Gold stalls as U.S. jobs data keeps door open to Sept Fed hike
Gold secured not far above a 5-1/2-year low on Monday, with a firm dollar after solid U.S. job gains in July suggesting the Federal Reserve could hoist interest rates as near the beginning as next month.
India mulling bartering sugar for pulses
The Indian government is investigating the opportunity of exchanging sugar for pulses with countries like Canada and others, assumed union Commerce and Industry Minister Nirmala Sitharaman.
Imports to be last resort, new defence policy to push Make in India
With Make in India the new hymn for defence industrialized, the government has decided against introducing equipment unless it is not possible to create it at home and this power on indigenization will imitate in the new Defence Procurement Procedure (DPP), sources said.
Signs of India’s economic recovery visible: CII survey
There are symbols of recuperation in the country, even though a slow one, the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) assumed on Sunday.
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