27th July Current Affairs
President condoles previous minister Handique’s demise
President Pranab Mukherjee on Monday condoled the demise of previous union minister Bijoy Krishna Handique, saying he serve the country with difference in diverse competence during his public life.
Gurdaspur attack: ‘Nation has to rise to the occasion’, says Ashwani Kumar
Expressing grave concern over the terror attack in Punjab’s border district of Gurdaspur, Congress leader Ashwani Kumar on Monday said this is the time to go over the national resolve and added that the nation has to increase to the occasion.
Salman Kicks Up Storm With Yakub Tweets
ACTOR Salman Khan who supposedly suffered foot-in-mouth syndrome since Saturday midnight demonstrated signs of improvement Sunday, as he retracted the ‘objectionable’ tweets about 1993 Mumbai blasts death row convict Yakub Memon.
NDA govt needs direction
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is a man who rose to authority demanding a society and a government which had visualization and possessed decision. Yet, of late, his silence on major issues of policy makes one wonder if feedback, debate and communication are among the major casualties of his regime. When one looks at cultivation, medicine and education, one realises that his regime almost lacks direction.
27th July Current Affairs
Yemen crisis: Shelling reported despite truce
Clashes have been stated in Yemen even as a truce between Shia Houthi rebels and Saudi-backed pro-government forces took consequence.
RiRi may have found new beau in Lewis Hamilton
Rihanna and Lewis Hamilton have glimmered dating rumours after being spotted together on different occasions.
15 dead in Somalia hotel blast
At least 15 people, counting a Chinese national, have died in a hotel blast in this Somali capital.
‘Ant-Man’ tops North American box office again
The tiny superhero film “Ant-Man” beat “Pixels” to top the North American box office race for the second week in a row.
Earthquake of 6.9 magnitude strikes Alaska’s Aleutians – USGS
An earthquake determining magnitude 6.9 struck the Aleutian Islands in the U.S. state of Alaska late on Sunday, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) said.
Need players like Ronaldo to compete with rival clubs, says Van Gaal
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal considers that the club lacks ingenuity and need attacking players like Christiano Ronaldo to contend with teams such as Chelsea, Manchester City, Real Madrid and Barcelona.
Michelle Obama kicks off Special Olympics in LA
US President Barack Obama’s wife Michelle Obama opened Special Olympics World Games on July 25 at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum and welcomed around 6,500 athletes from 165 countries.
Ibrahimovic suggests to Di Maria to move to PSG
Swedish football star Zlatan Ibrahimovic has advised Argentine international Angel Di Maria to complete his 46 million pounds move to Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) and maintained that signing the Manchester United winger is a demonstration of the magnitude of the French club.
Indian hockey defender Gurbaj Singh in trouble for indiscipline
Senior Indian midfielder Gurbaj Singh’s indiscipline ways has concerned the attention of Hockey India’s nine-member Special Committee. The committee headed by Olympian Harbinder Singh, has written to Hockey India President Narinder Batra over his unbecoming behavior.
A player of the calibe of Cristiano Ronaldo is what Manchester United need: Van Gaal
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has said that the club requires a player of the calibre of Cristiano Ronaldo if they want to dare their competitor for top honours again as stated by the BBC. The manager has recommended that the Old Trafford outfits are looking to sign a big name player in the window.
An Indian jeweller has bought the world’s largest gold refinery
Jewellery firm Rajesh Exports Ltd(REXP.NS) said on Monday it has purchased Valcambi, the world’s major gold refining corporation, in an all-cash deal worth $400 million as it looks to safe raw material supplies at competitive prices.
Sensex plunges 172 points in early session
A benchmark index of Indian equities markets, the 30-scrip Sensitive Index (Sensex), on Monday was trading 172.32 points or 0.61 percent down during the morning session.
Oil prices fall on oversupply worries; investors look to Fed meeting
Oil prices fell on Monday after finishing the preceding session at their lowest levels in view of the fact that March on renewed oversupply concerns from the United States and Iraq, although a weaker dollar helped to limit deeper losses.
Analysis: Amazon posts anomalous profit, Wall Street swoons
Investor eagerness for Amazon.com Inc is appealing reliable: the stock tends to increase even though the company isn’t consistent about making profits.
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