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10 July Important Current Affairs In English

Daily Current Affairs 


Why is it important to read current affairs?

Current Affairs refer to the events of national and international importance relevant from competitive exams perspective like Civil Services Exam, Bank exam, etc. With the change in the pattern of examinations, questions related to current events and news have assumed a major role in deciding the fate of students.

1. Odisha CM Naveen Patnaik Launches BLUIS, First of its Kind in India to Use Space Technology & Artificial Intelligence to Monitor Government Lands

2. IIT-H collaborates with NVIDIA to establish India’s 1st NVIDIA AI Technology Centre6Cabinet approvals on July 8, 2020

3. PM Modi addresses inaugural session of 3-day virtual India Global week 2020 organized in UK

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4. India Ranked 8th for Cancer Preparedness among 10 Asia-Pacific Countries; Australia Tops: EIU Report

5. New Admin and Academic block of Shree Mahadev Masta Chaturdev Campus Funded by India inaugurated virtually in Nepal

6.Tamil Nadu Tops Market Borrowings Among States in India With a Collection of ₹30,500 crore for 2020-21 : RBI

7. Global economy to contract by 5.2 pc in 2020: Report

8. IRDAI Constitutes 9-member Working Group Headed by Suresh Mathur to Look into the Possibility of Forming ‘Pandemic Risk Pool’

9. CCI approves Proposed Combination Involving Eros Plc, STX and Marco

10. Raneem El Welily, Top Ranked Women Squash Player, Announced Retirement

11. Ivory Coast PM, Presidential Candidate Amadou Gon Coulibaly Passed Away

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12. Veteran Actor-Comedian Jagdeep passed away at 81

13. Rajasthan Launches “Pure for Sure” Week Long Campaign to Ensure Purity of Dairy Products – July 8 – 14

14. Rajnath Singh e-Inaugurated Rs 43 cr Six Strategic Bridges in J&K; Built by Border Road Organisation

15. CBDT signed an MoU with SEBI for the Data Exchange


🔶IIT Alumni Council Signs MoU with CSIR-IGIB for Joint Research on COVID-19 & Patient Data Analysis

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