3rd August Current Affairs
SC should decide on Afzal Guru’s mortal remains: Ghulam Nabi Azad
Amid demands in J&K that Afzal Guru’s mortal remains be presented over to his relatives, head of Opposition in the Rajya Sabha Ghulam Nabi Azad assumed that the (SC) Supreme Court should take notice and take a conclusion.
PM Modi to hold meeting with senior cabinet ministers today
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be conducting a conference with senior cabinet ministers at 10:30 a.m. in the Parliament.
Verdict on Yakub Memon: In India’s constitutional system, justice has been done
RSS said the execution of 1993 Mumbai blasts convict Yakub Memon was contract with kindly by the government by permitting his family right of entry which ensured peace in the aftermath.
FTII students to protest at Jantar Mantar today
Over 80 excite students of the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) will be holding a protest rally from Jantar Mantar to Parliament Street against the meeting of Gajendra Chauhan as the Pune-based institute’s chief.
3rd August Current Affairs
Pakistan became the first-ever non-European member of the European Organisation for Nuclear Research, better known as CERN
Pakistan received an enormous improve for its nuclear programme as it was formally presented the associate membership of CERN. This became likely following conclusion of necessary internal confirmation process by it. Pakistan thus became the first member of CERN among Asian countries and the first non-European associate of this prominent association.
Pak releases 163 Indian fishermen as goodwill gesture
Pakistan released 163 Indian fishermen, including three minors, from two jails in Karachi. A Sindh government representative said the detained fishermen were set free of charge as a kindness sign following the last month’s meeting between Prime Minister Nawaz
Pittsburgh doctor linked to second Zimbabwe lion hunt probe
Zimbabwe has connected a Pennsylvania doctor to an analyzing into unlawful lion hunting, naming him on Sunday as a consumer of a safari operator charged of breaching policy, a week after an American dentist was accused of criminally killing the country’s most well-known lion, Cecil.
Rouhani says nuclear deal a “third way” for Iranian foreign policy
President Hassan Rouhani declared his self-assurance in Iran’s nuclear deal with world powers on Sunday, beginning the condemnation of hardliners and highlighting the success of his two-year-old presidency.
South Sudan became the latest and the 206th member of the Olympic family after the International Olympic Committee (IOC) approved its inclusion
South Sudan was initiated as the most recent member of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) at committee’s ongoing yearly meet at Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia). The implication of its inclusion is that this was done in spite of the ongoing fighting in the South Sudan. With the country now authoritatively part of the IOC, it can send a group to next year’s Rio summer Olympics who can participate under its own flag.
Victorian Open WSA: Joshna Chinappa bags squash title
Indian champion Joshna Chinappa take possession of the squash title in the 15,000 US Dollar Victorian Open WSA Event in Melbourne.
Copenhagen Archery Championships: Indian women’s recurve team clinches silver medal
Indian women’s recurve team bagged asilver medal at the World Archery finals in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Asia dividend funds turn to China, India to counter Fed hike
Asian dividend-paying equity money are reducing investments in customary safe bets in favour of corporation with growing dividend payouts to guard aligned with shareholder selling out from the funds when U.S. interest rates rise.
As RBI holds rates steady, companies’ debt burdens weigh heavily
When Hindustan Construction Ltd (HCC) was constructing a bridge in 2008 to make over the crowded commute in Mumbai, its stock was at a verified high as low interest rates had ignite a construction boom.
Income tax department notifies return forms for firms
Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) has informed tax returns forms for non-salaried class, as well as corporation, partners in firms and individuals originating their income from proprietary trade or profession for 2015-16.
RBI likely to hold rates on Tuesday
Reserve Bank of India is likely to hold interest charge at its economic policy review on Tuesday and is more expected to cut rates by the end of the year when there is more clarity on the monsoons.
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