14th July Current Affairs
Ex-Brazil midfielder Melo set for Cruzeiro move
Previous Brazil international midfielder Felipe Melo is secure to joining former club Cruzeiro, his representative said on Tuesday.
Lugano joins Paraguay’s Cerro Porteno
Previous Uruguay captain Diego Lugano has joined Cerro Porteno from Sweden’s BK Hacken, the Paraguayan club assumed.
US police officer’s son arrested for planning terrorist attack
US federal establishment arrested and charged with violence the alienated son of a Boston police captain who supposedly was planning an attack stimulated by the Islamic State (IS) group, the Department of Justice announced on Monday.
Salma Hayek was ‘terrified’ of turning 50
Actress Salma Hayek has confessed that she used to be “horrified” of turning 50
White House says genuine progress made in Iran n-talks
Representatives have made “genuine development” in the ongoing talks on Iran’s nuclear programme, but some fixed points remain unclear, the White House said on Monday.
Prince William starts air ambulance pilot job
The Duke of Cambridge begin his duties as an air ambulance pilot on Monday, saying he was feeling worried regarding starting his new job
Greek junior coalition partner rejects debt deal
Greece’s junior association partner Panos Kammenos informed media after a meeting with Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Monday that his right-wing Independent party cannot accept the debt deal sealed at the euro zone summit in Brussels; on the other hand it will continue to maintain the government.
Oil prices fall as Iran nuclear deal looks imminent, Asia growth outlook dims
Oil prices curved in on Tuesday as the market expected a nuclear deal between Iran and six global powers that could see an lessening of approval against Tehran and a gradual boost in its oil exports, while Asian economies showed new signs of slowing
Canada and Ukraine clinch free trade deal: report
Canada and Ukraine reached a free trade contract that will be officially announced Tuesday during Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk’s visit to Ottawa, Canadian media reported.
14th July Current Affairs
Congress calls Nawaz Sharif a ‘puppet’ of Pak Army
The Congress on Monday called Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif a ‘puppet’ of the country’s armed forces, adding that India’s foreign strategy with regard to Islamabad needs to be revisited.
Congress CMs likely to skip PM Modi meeting on Land Bill
The Chief Ministers of the Congress-led states are expected to skip the meeting called by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the Land possession Bill, ahead of the Monsoon Session of the Parliament.
Modi govt gives a 12- twist to the Rakhi knot
THE BJP is all set to begin a woman- centric social- cum- financial enclosure campaign on the event of Raksha Bandhan that is estimated to pay rich political dividends in view of the crucial Bihar Assembly elections followed by polls in Uttar Pradesh. The movement aims at bringing five crore women under the sphere of Narendra Modi governments ambitious flagship social protection progamme, Pradhan Mantri Bima Suraksha Yojna ( PMBSY).
Maken- AAP war over ads reaches court
CONGRESS leader and Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee chief Ajay Maken has pull the Arvind Kejriwal- led AAP government to court for suspected misuse of public money to promote the CM and desecration of Supreme Court guidelines.
Amit Shah’s ‘acche din’ statement was twisted, media needs to be more responsible: BJP
The Bharatiya Janata Party on Tuesday claimed that party president Amit Shah’s report on ‘acche din’ was twisted by the media, influencing the latter to be ‘more responsible’.
Want to play all three formats – Vijay
M Vijay has had to wait a long time to shift from a standby to a major act as an Indian opener in ODIs, with 16 ODIs extend over more than five years since his debut against South Africa in 2010.
Broad and Moeen lead England to victory
Stuart Broad and Moeen Ali led England’s charge to a 169-run success over Australia with a day to spare in the first test on Saturday to make a flying start in their bid to regain the Ashes.
Modi asked to appear before Indian government agency
India’s Enforcement Directorate, a specialized financial investigation organization of the state government, has customized a notice to former IPL chairman Lalit Modi asking him to emerge before them within three weeks. The notice seemingly pertains to an investigation of doubtful transactions when the IPL broadcast rights were awarded in 2009.
SEBI working on reporting platform for debt securitisation – RBI deputy
India’s market controller is working on a platform for reporting securitization contract, Reserve Bank of India deputy governor R. Gandhi said on Tuesday.
Singapore Q2 GDP unexpectedly contracts, stirs talk of monetary easing
Singapore’s economy contracted in the second quarter as lethargic global command and government restrictions on foreign labour knock the manufacturing sector, raising the prospect of further monetary easing later this year.
Asian shares edge up as Greek deal gets cautious nod
Asian shares and the euro were uncertainly higher on Tuesday on anticipate that Greece’s restricted bailout contract would bring to an end that country’s debt crisis, though caution kept broad gains in check.
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