26th July Current Affairs
Union Government extended Interest Subvention Scheme to banks
Union Government extended the interest subvention scheme (ISS) on JULY 21,2015.Public Sector Bank, Private area Bank, Commercial Banks, Rural Regional Banks, Cooperative Banks And Nabard were enclosed by the Union Government to expand this interest subvention system.
Union Government launches Surakshit Khadya Abhiyan
Government of India commenced Surakshirt Khadya Abhiyan on JULY 21, 2015.Confederation Of Indian Industry (CII) along with Consumer association VOICE and National Association Of Street Vendors Of India (NASVI) intended this Surakshit Khadya Abhiyan movement.
Pamarthy Shankar won Grand Prix World Press Cartoon 2014 Award
Telugu cartoonist Pamarthy Shankar won Grand Prix World Press Cartoon reward for 2014 at Cascais in Portugal & carrying a cash prize of € 10,000. It was obtainable by the World Press Cartoon (WPC) association based in Portugal.
India, Singapore sign key agreement to boost maritime
India and Singapore signed a contract on July 21, 2015 on distributing white-shipping information to improve maritime cooperation among the two natives India and Singapore.
26th July Current Affairs
Police fire on vehicle near Tour de France finish in Paris
Police released fire on Sunday morning at a vehicle that tried to go through hurdles avoiding entrance to a region between the Place de la Concorde and the Champs Elysees, where the Tour de France will finish, officials said.
Motorsport: Another podium for Singhania
Gautam Hari Singhania, chairman and managing director, Raymond Limited, and originator chairman, Super Car Club, secured yet a further podium finish at the prestigious Ferrari Challenge Europe Championship at the Paul Ricard circuit here on Sunday as he completed second in Race 2 after having taken third in the first race on Saturday.
Spanish swim queen Belmonte confirms Worlds absence
Top Spanish swimmer Mireia Belmonte established on Sunday that she will not participate in the World Championships at present being held in Kazan, Russia.
Naomi Klein wins 2015 American Book Award
Naomi Klein, the champion of American Book Award 2015 is well recognized for No Logo won the prize for her reverted title “This changes everything: capitalism vs. the climate”
Delhi players’ choice for Davis Cup tie, says Amritraj
INDIA’S Davis Cup captain Anand Amritraj says players prefer Delhi as the place for the World Group play- off tie against Czech Republic but the final result would rest with the All India Tennis Association ( AITA).
Robredo reaches Swedish Open final
Spanish tennis player Tommy Robredo highly developed to the Swedish Open final with a 6-3, 6-4 success over German rising star Alexander Zverev here.
I will make sure I am fully fit and bowl those outswingers’
On hearing of his discharge in the IPL spot-fixing case by a trial court in Delhi, India fast bowler Sreesanth broke down with relief. He is still facing a BCCI life ban but has promised to get back to cricket.
Spirited Bangladesh take giant strides
Bangladesh made abundance of gains from the 221 overs of play probable in the Chittagong Test. Despite rain playing havoc in the last two days, the draw is still Bangladesh’s most positive result against South Africa in 13 years. More significantly, the Test will be a able to be seen mark for the team taking three essential strides.
Pearson says in talks to sell its 50 pct stake in The Economist
Britain’s Pearson is in talks to sell its 50 percent stake in The Economist to the other shareholders of the weekly newspaper, with one, Italy’s Agnelli family, verifying it needs to enlarge its stake.
Reliance to roll out 4G service in December
India’s expanded major Reliance Industries Ltd. (RIL) will roll out its determined 4G mobile-cum-broadband service Jio in December throughout 1,000 retail stores, a senior corporation official said.
India’s reforms target labour anarchy, but too late for some
previous month, hundreds of workers went on the rampage at a industrial unit belonging to garment exporter Orient Craft, burning down vehicles and breaking windows in the gritty industrial fringes of Gurgaon, a Delhi satellite city.
Nigeria’s president plans to split state oil company into two entities
Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari plans to divide the state-owned Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) into two units his spokesman assumed on Saturday.
Jewellers keep fingers crossed on gold prices
Jewellers are keeping their fingers crossed about gold prices on Monday while peaking to two possibilities – a additional fall or preservation of status quo.
Mamata embarks on five-day Britain visit
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Sunday embarked on a five-day visit to Britain to explore for savings in the state.
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