22nd July Current Affairs
Ohio governor becomes 16th Republican in White House race
The field of Republican presidential positive hit a record 16 Tuesday as Ohio Governor John Kasich jumped into the race for the White House.
Short duration validity passport issued to Geelani
A small duration authority passport has been concerned to Hurriyat Conference Chairman Syed Ali Shah Geelani.
Mamata to inaugurate PKL, Ganguly to sing anthem
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee will launch the city leg of the Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) at the Netaji Indoor sports ground here on Wednesday, the organizers assumed on Tuesday.
AAP announcing ‘inquiry commission’ for women safety a ‘nautanki’: Congress
Congress leader J.P. Aggarwal on Tuesday supposed that the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) Government led by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has not taken sufficient steps for safety of women in the national capital so far.
22nd July Current Affairs
Ederson leaves Lazio, joins Flamengo
Brazil’s Flamengo on Wednesday completed the indicating of aggressive midfielder Ederson from Italian Serie A club Lazio.
Canada, Israel modernise free trade agreement
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper on Wednesday declared that his country has completed discussions toward an extended and efficient free trade agreement with Israel.
Al-Qaida key figure killed in US airstrike’
US Department of Defence late Tuesday said Muhsin al-Fadhli, a longtime al-Qaida functioning and the leader of the Khorasan Group, was killed in the US attack in Syria on July 8.
UN envoy discusses Syria crisis with Iran
UN special envoy for Syria Staffan de Mistura late Tuesday conferred Syria crisis with superior Iranian officials in a bid to seek a political resolution to the long-standing disagreement, Farhan Haq, the representative UN spokesman, said here.
Deal on climate change by year-end: French minister
French Foreign Affairs Minister Laurent Fabius on Tuesday articulated confidence about striking an “ambitious” union by the end of this year to control global warming.
Three Spanish journalists go missing in Syria
Three Spanish journalists have gone missing, and are feared to have been kidnapped near the Syrian city of Aleppo, media reports said on Tuesday.
China says Japan defence review misleading, damages relations
China reserves the right to a “essential reaction” after Japan issued a defence analysis that called on Beijing to stop building oil and gas discovery platforms close to uncertain waters in the East China Sea, the Defence Ministry has said.
ISL: FC Pune City announce signings of former EPL players Nicky Shorey and Steve Simonsen
Indian Super League franchise FC Pune City has well-defined the signings of earlier Premier League players Nicky Shorey and Steve Simonsen for the 2015 edition. The club made their first foreign symbol in Costa Rican forward Yendrick Ruiz last week and has pursued it up with two more players who have sound practice in England.
From the earthquake rubble, Nepal finds itself a hero – Dabang Delhi’s kabaddi star Jay Bahadur
The Pro Kabaddi organization has made kids sit up and take notice in Nepal,” gushes Jay Bahadur Bohara, as we reached out to him at present. Fresh off an project to pursue recovery operations in his native after the earthquakes, this 31-year-old army jawaan was summarized by the Dabang Delhi team, adding to what has till now, been an unbelievable journey.
India drawn against Czech Republic in Davis Cup tennis
India will host top seeds Czech Republic in a Davis Cup World Group Play-off tennis encounter to be played from September 18 to 20 at a yet to be determined venue.
Tennis: Tennis Australia seek meeting with troubled Tomic
Tennis Australia said Tuesday it will make contact with concerned star Bernard Tomic in the next week to “clear the air” and hopes to have him back on-side for September’s Davis Cup semi-final.
Zeng thrives in Canada as women’s baseball debuts
U.S. rhythmic trapeze artist Laura Zeng enlarged her gold medal haul to five, women’s baseball made a landmark debut and hosts Canada had their least productive day at the Pan American Games on Monday.
Microsoft posts record loss as it writes down Nokia
Microsoft Corp (MSFT.O) stated a $3.2 billion quarterly net loss, its biggest ever, as the corporation wrote down its Nokia phone business and demand fell for its Windows operating system.
Apple gives weak forecast, shares fall nearly 7 percent
Apple Inc shares slumped almost 7 percent in after-hours trading as its fourth-quarter revenue forecast fell short of estimates and it neglect several targets for iPhone sales.
Adani Ports begins bookbuilding for debut dollar bond
Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone is advertising a five-year U.S. dollar bond to defer around 210bp over U.S. Treasuries.
Gold languishes near five-year low as more downside seen
Gold struggled to move away from a five-year low on Wednesday, reflecting constant pressure on the metal days after its steepest fall in almost two years, with more losses seen ahead as the demand outlook dims.
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