24th July Current Affairs
Yakub’s death sentence shouldn’t be ‘communalised’: Majeed Memon
Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader Majeed Memon on Friday said the hanging of 1993 Mumbai serial explosion prisoner Yakub Memon should not be observed from a common or political prism.
Rahul Gandhi’s ‘padyatra’ to begin shortly in AP
Congress vice- president Rahul Gandhi’s ‘padyatra’ will start soon from Obula Devara Cheruvu village in Andhra Pradesh’s Anantapur district.
Khattar inducts 3 ministers into Cabinet
NINE months after becoming Haryana’s chief minister, Manohar Lal Khattar on Thursday expanded his Cabinet for the first time by inducting three new ministers.
BJP launches fresh salvo at Robert Vadra
looking for to turn the tables on the Congress, the BJP on Thursday encouraged privilege motion against Robert Vadra for his Facebook post criticizing working of Parliament and sought resignation of Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh for allegedly accepting bribe from a private firm to purchase a farmhouse in Delhi
Flood scam: Rawat asks BJP to do ‘homework’ before imposing allegations
Uttarakhand Chief Minister Harish Rawat on Thursday said that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) should have done its ‘homework’ before arresting allegations against the Uttarakhand Government’s alleged links in the flood scam.
Varun Gandhi addresses Amity University, says ‘India needs vibrant citizenry’
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP Varun Gandhi on Thursday said that India requires to have a vibrant citizenry who can challenge the decisions of the state
24th July Current Affairs
Obama presidency fails to unite whites and blacks: Poll
Barack Obama’s presidency has not joint whites and blacks in America, a new poll recommend, noting that Americans’ negative outlook on the state of race relations in the country perseverence.
Three killed in Lafayette theatre shooting in Louisiana
At least two people were killed and seven others wounded as a gunman released fire inside a theatre in U.S. state of Louisiana, before shooting himself dead, officials said.
US asks T&T to extradite former FIFA VP
Trinidad and Tobago has acknowledged a official expatriation request from the United States for previous FIFA vice president Jack Warner.
US says India’s rise in America’s interest
US lawmakers and officials have highlighted the significance of India-US relationship, with the organization pointsperson for South Asia saying India’s rise is in US’ interest and a strong US is in India’s interest.
Wolfsburg signs Peruvian defender Carlos Ascues
German side VfL Wolfsburg has signed Peruvian defender Carlos Ascues for a three-year agreement until 2018, the Bundesliga clubs publicized.
Astronomers observe interiors of ancient galaxies
Data acquired using the European Southern Observatory’s ALMA telescope in Chile has set astronomers their first sight at the inner of distant galaxies, the ESO said.
Asian shares skid as weak China PMI revives demand concerns
Asian equities stumble on Friday after a inspection showed China’s manufacturing activity collapse to 15-month lows, revitalization concerns for the region’s exports as the world’s large economy struggles to arrest a broad downturn.
Gold prices in India hit four-year low tracking global cues
Gold prices in India knock down on Friday to their lowest level in nearly four years, following losses in global market.
IDFC gets banking licence from Reserve Bank of India
IDFC Ltd(IDFC.NS) said on Friday the Reserve Bank of India had approved banking licence to the financial corporation, making it the second lender to enter the banking sector after more than a decade.
WTO members seal trillion-dollar IT trade deal
World Trade Organization (WTO) members confirmed a deal on Friday to cut tariffs on $1 trillion worth of information technology products in a improve for producers of goods ranging from video games to medical tools.
Kohli to captain, Mishra returns to India’s Test squad
Legspinner Amit Mishra has been recall to India’s Test group for the tour of Sri Lanka in August. Mishra, 32, last played a Test in 2011 and he took legspinner Karn Sharma’s place in the group that had travelled to Bangladesh in June. It was the only modification to India’s 15-man group.
Ojha triple-strike stalls Australia ‘A’
A three-wicket break open from Pragyan Ojha peg Australia A back on day two of their first four-day match in opposition to India A before Peter Handscomb and Marcus Stoinis restored equality with an uninterrupted partnership of 110 for the fifth wicket. At stumps, Australia A were 185 for four, 116 behind India A’s first-innings total of 301.
Tomic spurns Tennis Australia olive branch
Bernard Tomic’s rift with Tennis Australia looks not likely to finish any time almost immediately after the player said he had no curiosity in clear-the-air talks until the leading body continued funding of his sister, Sara.
Top Russian golfer could emerge soon, says British pro
Russia and the previous Soviet Union have produced world and Olympic champions in almost each sport over the final century but no Russian has ever made an contact at the top altitude in golf.
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