28th July Current Affair
Current Affairs Today – Current Affairs 2015 A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, ‘People’s President’ and ‘Missile Man’ passes away
Previous President of India Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam passed away due to immense cardiac arrest in Shillong, Meghalaya. He was extensively highly praised as the ‘People’s President’ and the ‘Missile man’ of India. He was one of India’s most well-known scientists.
World Hepatitis Day is being observed every year on July 28 around the globe.
It is being observed from the time when 2010 and is one of the 8 representative global public health operation marked by the World Health Organization (WHO)
Dinanagar is the 3rd largest town of Punjab’s Gurdaspur district and suffered with the incident of a huge terrorist attack
Dinanagar is the town of Punjab’s Gurdaspur region came to news on 27 July 2015 with the unpleasant incident of an enormous terrorist attack taking place here resulting in the death of seven persons.
Eminent Physicist P. Hariharan passes away
Dr Parameswaran Hariharan well-known Indian physicist passed away in California, United States. Physicist career Hariharan had supplied in different researches counting in the design of a new 3-beam interferometer, first convenient radial-shear interferometer and double passed Fabry-Perot interferometer.
Maharashtra govt to develop six solar cities targeting solar capacity of 7,500 MW
Maharashtra government has positioned a whole plan to expand six solar cities in order to include solar capacity of 7,500 MW in the state.
CSC and HCL forms joint venture to provide technology services, solutions to banks
Computer Science Corporation (CSC) and Hindustan Computer Limited (HCL) to huge IT Corporation have signed a contract to make a new corporation to make available technology services and resolution to the banking industry
28th July Current Affair
Obama meets Lucy, an ancient ‘ancestor’, in Ethiopia
Barack Obama came to Africa in some measure to join with the continent of his forefathers. On Monday, he met an predecessor of an altogether diverse kind: “Lucy,” the 3.2 million-year-old partial skeleton of a hominid revealed in Ethiopia.
Jorge Sampaio, Helena Ndume awarded with inaugural Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela Prize
Jorge Sampaio and Helena Ndume have been honored with the opening Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela award. The prize was confered upon them as part of the annual remembrance of Nelson Mandela International Day (observed every year on 18 July).
Chris Froome of Britain wins 102nd Tour de France
Cyclist Chris Froome from Britain of Team Sky has succeeded the 102nd edition Tour de France, an annual three-week multiple stage bicycle competition of race at Champs Elysees in Paris. This is subsequent time Froome has come first Tour de France title and for the first time he had be successful it 2013.With this success, he became the first cyclist from Britain to win the Tour de France for the second time.
Wrestlers To Have A League Of Their Own
Two of the leading names in Indian wrestling – Sushil Kumar and Geeta Phogat – walked the ramp on Monday to support the forthcoming Pro Wrestling League (PWL).
Ashok Kumar Balyan to head Anil Ambani-led Reliance group’s oil & gas business
Anil Ambani led Reliance Group – Oil & Gas Business selected Ashok Kumar Balyan as its new CEO by on 27 July 2015.
Federation of Karnataka Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FKCCI) successfully completed its hundred years of service
Federation of Karnataka Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FKCCI) effectively finished its hundred years of service on 27 July 2015. The hundredth year celebration was instated by Pranab Mukherjee, the President of India, in the existence of various public figures from commerce and political background.
Rajesh Exports to foray gold mining
A Bengaluru based gold Jewellery Manufacturing Corporation Rajesh Exports Ltd (REL) bought the world’s leading gold refining corporation Valcambi from US-based mining corporation Newmont Mining Corporation. REL had to obtain over 2560 crore rupees all in cash to buy Valcambi refinery.
3rd phase e-auction of FM Radio fetch around Rs 395 cr on day 1
The third stage of e-auction of Frequency Modulation (FM) Radio has obtained around 395 crore rupees of the opening day of auction. In this stage, first batch of 135 channels of 69 cities which are part of the private FM Radio Phase III growth were auctioned. In all 26 bidders were permitted to contribute in the auction.
IT secretary Ram Sewak Sharma appointed new TRAI chief
IT Secretary Ram Sevak Sharma was chosen as the chairman of telecom regulator Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI)
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