23rd July Current Affairs
Arvind Kejriwal, Najeeb Jung fight leaves government institutions hanging
Government organization in Delhi are in trouble one after the other as the five-month bitter quarrel between Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Lt Governor Najeeb Jung for larger control over the Capital is fast reaching a position of no return.
Rahul to address rally at Tiruchirapalli, meet farmers
Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi will attend to a rally at Tiruchirapalli in Tamil Nadu on Thursday.
Cong brass firm on Bajwa as Punjab chief
THE Congress high authority has declined to bow down prior to Captain Amarinder Singh’s faction, which has been lobbying adjacent to state party Chief Partap Singh Bajwa.
Nitish’s ‘venomous’ tweet rocks Parivar
THE Janata Parivar in Bihar was rocked by a disagreement on Wednesday with Chief Minister Nitish Kumar equating alliance partner and Rashtriya Janata Dal president Lalu Prasad to a venomous snake on a micro- blogging site.
BJP plays tit for tat with ‘stung’ Cong
WITH THE Congress unremitting on its command of resignation of three leading BJP leaders, the saffron party has accepted the tit- for- tat strategy.
Sushma uses Jaitley shield in her defence
THAT External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and Finance Minister Arun Jaitley are not on each other’s list of much loved people is well famous. What is also well famous is the fact that there present an unspoken opposition between the two, though both the leaders try hard not to illustrate it in public.
Rahul Gandhi was caught with drugs in USA, says Subramanian Swamy
BJP leader Subramaniam Swamy is not new to making controversial report. in recent times he supposed that Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi was under arrest in Boston airport in 2001 for carrying 1.60 lakh dollar and white powder.
23rd July Current Affairs
Jamaica to shut 18 schools
Jamaica’s education ministry will close 18 schools earlier to the start of the 2015-2016 academic year in a cost-cutting measure, an official said on Thursday.
Obama discusses security partnership with Afghan leaders
US President Barack Obama conversed with Afghan leaders ways to extend safety partnership between the two countries, the White House said late Wednesday.
Bomb attacks kill 17 in Nigeria
At least 17 persons were killed in two attacks in Nigerian states late Wednesday.
European court says Italy violated gay couples’ human rights by refusing marriage licences
A European court has charged Italy of breaching the rights of three gay couples by declining to permit them to get married.
Indian hockey juniors lose 1-2 against Dutch
India lost 1-2 to hosts the Netherlands in a group match of the men’s Volvo International Under-21 hockey tournament here on Wednesday.
Argentine footballer Larrivey joins Baniyas
Argentine footballer Joaquin Larrivey will participate the next time at Abu Dhabi-based club Baniyas after leaving Spanish outfit Celta de Vigo for a deal said to be worth two million euros ($2.1 million).
India in familiar situation again
AFTER their moraleboosting win over New Zealand in the Asia Oceania Group I tie, the Indian Davis Cup team finds itself in a well-known situation as they face three- time champions Czech Republic for a place in the World Group.
De Grasse ready to take Pan Am sprint spotlight
With no Usain Bolt or Justin Gatlin in the field, Canadian runner Andre De Grasse eased to a leisurely win in his opening heat of the 100 metres at the Pan American Games on Tuesday.
Indian banks opt for offbeat tactics to tackle $49 billion of bad debts
Under force to do more to cut a $49 billion mountain of bad debt, India’s state-owned banks are reversing years of lax improvement efforts, naming and shaming minor borrowers and even using big TV screens at shopping malls to promote seized assets for sale.
Oil steady; U.S. crude holds below $50 as stockpiles rise
Oil prices held stable in early Asian trade on Thursday, with U.S. crude dealing below $50 a barrel near its lowest in more than three months as rising U.S. stockpiles and a physically powerful dollar weighed on the service.
Gold crawls off five-year low, but downside risk seen intact
Gold edged up from a five-year low on Thursday as the dollar damaged, but the unassuming gains put forward bearish depositor are still floating in the market after an early-week rout led to bullion’s earnest loss in nearly two years.
Greek PM keeps lid on party rebellion to pass bailout vote
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras enclosed a rebellion in his left-wing Syriza party to win parliamentary agreement on Thursday for a second package of reforms essential to begin talks on a financial rescue contract.
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