Current Affairs 13th July 2017 (updated)
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Latest current affairs today
- Union Cabinet has given its ex-post facto approval for signing a MoU b/w India & Palestine on cooperation in the field of Health & Medicine.
- A Model United Nations Regional Conference is being held in Kathmandu.
- Hindustan Aeronautics Limited has signed a MoU for 2017-18 with Ministry of Defence.
- According to UN and Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development India will become the largest producer of milk in the world by 2026.
- Extension of NPS Fortnight from 11th July 2017 to 21st July 2017
- Committee formed to study legalities for separate State flag for Karnataka
- NGT bans use of nylon and synthetic Manja
- Maharashtra has become the first state in the country to provide women with an injectable contraceptive for free.
- Saudi Arabia will soon grant girls in public schools access to physical education.
- NATO countries have begun their major military drills in southern Bulgaria.
- Malala Day is being celebrated today across the world commemorating Malala Yousafzai’s 20th birthday.
- The 22nd World Petroleum Congress, the largest gathering for the oil and gas industry, began in Istanbul.
- On 12th July 2017 NABARD celebrated its 36th foundation day.
- Japan’s Okinoshima island gains Unesco World Heritage status
Banking and business
- SBI has waived charges for fund transfer of up to ₹1,000 through its Immediate Payment Service to promote small transactions.
- Twitter has named former Goldman Sachs investment banker Ned Segal as its new chief financial officer.
- Tata Steels Noamundi mine has become India’s 1st iron-ore mine to have solar plant for reducing carbon footprint.
- Chinese govt has ordered China’s 3 telecommunications companies to completely block access to virtual private networks by February 2018.
- Axis Bank has announced the collaboration with Inter- American Investment Corporation that it will help traders boost relations b/w India, Latin America & Caribbean.
Sports and entertainment
- Indian women’s cricket team captain Mithali Raj became the highest run-scorer in women’s ODI cricket.
- Ravi Shastri has been named as Team India’s head coach till 2019 World Cup. He will replace Anil Kumble.
- Former SA bowler Lonwabo Tsotsobe has been banned for 8 years for match-fixing.
- Angelo Mathews has stepped down as Sri Lanka captain in all three formats.
- Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik has announced to set up an international standard sports city.
- NASA’s solar-powered Juno spacecraft has successfully completed the closest flyby of Jupiter’s iconic Great Red Spot.
- President Mukherjee inaugurated Ashiana Annexe in Dehradun.
- The first vaccine shows gonorrhoea protection
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