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19th July Current Affairs

International News

RBI signed an agreement with CBSL

Reserve Bank of India signed an agreement with Central Bank of Sri Lank known as Special Currency Swap Agreement. The Headquarter of Central Bank of Sri Lanka is in Colombo.

Queen’s ‘Nazi salute’ was simply larking for the cameras

The truth about archive film footage in which the Queen as a child appears to make a Nazi salute can be revealed today.

US-based fund manager Bank of America Merrill Lynch disclosed

In its latest fund manager survey, Bank of America Merrill Lynch noted that on valuation basis, gold was viewed as “undervalued” by fund managers for the first time.

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Iran offers India bigger role in strategic port

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has asked India to invest in infrastructure projects worth $8 billion, including an expanded role in developing a strategic port that will open up access to Central Asia, Iran’s envoy to New Delhi

Gold cuts losses after dive to five-year low, risks remain

Gold trimmed losses after falling as much as 4 percent to its lowest in more than five years

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National News

State Bank of India (SBI) announced its proposal of sharing profits

State Bank of India (SBI) has announced its proposal of sharing profits with its employees as part of an initiative for talent retention and motivation.

Prashant Pathrabe appointed as the new Director of Pune-based FTII

Prashant Pathrabe is the Director of National Film Archive of India (Pune) and he has been given the charge of FTII Director as additional charge even as the institute continues to boil over the selection of new Chairman Gajendra Chauhan and classes remain suspended.

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RBI hikes the limit on mobile wallet

Leading mobile wallet service Paytm recently requested asked Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to hike the limit on money that can be kept in a mobile wallet to Rs. 25,000.

The Indian-American community is very excited to welcome Prime Minister Modi.

Over 40 California-based non-profit organisations attended a meeting on Sunday, July 19, to discuss Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the state in September.

Arvind Kejriwal inaugurates Delhi’s first ‘Aam Aadmi Clinic’, promises 1000 more

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday inaugurated the first ‘Aam Aadmi Clinic’ at Peeragarhi Relief Camp in West Delhi, and said that his government would set up 1,000 such facilities within a year.

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Business News

TCS Recognized as a Global Leader in Card Management

“TCS is proud to be recognized as a Global Leader in card management and transaction processing by Celent,” said K Krithivasan, President, Banking and Financial Services, TCS.

Oil edges lower as Saudi crude exports fall, U.S. cuts drill rigs

In the United States, drillers cut seven oil rigs, according to a closely watched report by Baker Hughes Inc.

Dip in exports: Govt sets up council for trade promotion

Concerned over continuous decline in exports, the government has constituted council comprising members of the Centre and states to promote India’s overseas shipments.

Federal Bank fears More Bad loan pain in Q2

South-based lender Federal Bank, which reported a 36 per cent decline in net profit for the June quarter on provisioning impact from a large borrower, said another Rs 100-crore account is facing stress, which will be dealt with during the September quarter.

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Sports News

Bangla Tigers’ new found aggression has rung alarm bells for Asian Giants

Bangladesh will no more feel as the goliath of Asian cricket, as their stupendous rise in ODI format has upped their level by several notches.

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 Bachchan family cheers for Jaipur Pink Panthers; Aamir Khan also marks presence

Rajeev Ram outlasts Ivo Karlovic to win ATP Newport title

American Rajeev Ram won his second ATP title at the same place where he captured his first, defeating Croatian Ivo Karlovic to win the ATP Hall of Fame Championships.

F1 will always be dangerous, says Bernie Ecclestone

Formula One is as safe as it has ever been but danger will always be part of the sport, commercial supremo Bernie Ecclestone said on Sunday after the death of French driver Jules Bianchi.

Bhajji, Virat Kohli in focus as Dhoni-less Team India ushers in new era

Just a day before the squad announcement of Team India for the Bangladesh tour was about to happen, Harbhajan Singh scalped Chennai Super Kings’ premier batsmen – Suresh Raina and MS Dhoni off consecutive deliveries in the Indian Premier League.

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