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Current Affairs - 2019 - Current Affairs today 7th July 2019


1. India is going to train 1800 Bangladeshi civil servants at Mussoorie.

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1800 Bangladeshi civil servants will be trained at the National Centre for Good Governance (NCGG) at Mussoorie between 2019-2025.

The first batch of 30 civil servants set for a two-week long training programme in Mussoorie paid a visit to the Indian High Commission in Dhaka yesterday.


The Bangladeshi civil servants will be trained by the National Centre for Good Governance inked on the Memorandum of Understanding signed in February this year in the Fifth meeting of the India-Bangladesh Joint Consultative Commission (JCC).


Welcoming the trainers to the training programme, acting High Commissioner of India in Bangladesh Bishwadip Dey spoke that such pieces of training make an opportunity to share as well as corporate and exchange experiences of administration between civil servants of the two countries.


He revealed the hope that civil servants of India and Bangladesh knowing each other would tie deeper ties between the two countries.

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2. The government of Maharashtra has decided to interlink river to eradicate draught.


➥with the help of the Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchayee Yojana (PMKSY), the central government has approved Rs 60,000 crore to the Maharashtra government for interlinking its rivers projects and for irrigation projects in the within next two years. It has been conveyed that the work on two major river linking projects in the state-–Par-Tapi-Narmada and Damanganga-Pinjal-- will start in the next three months. The Maharashtra government has also placed four more river-interlinking projects in the state  Rs 10,000 crore to which the Centre has provided its in-principle green signal.
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3. Joypur of Rajasthan in India has been conferred as a 38th world heritage site of India.


 ➥Jaipur is called 'Pink City'  of India on Saturday made its official permission in the list of the UNESCO World Heritage sites and leaders across the political arena sowed green signal honour to the historical city.
The decision was t came to reality at the 43rd session of the Unesco World Heritage Committee, which happened in Azerbaijan from June 20 to July 10. In 2018, then Tourism and Culture Minister Mahesh Sharma formally announced that Jaipur's name being placed for World Heritage City. The Archaeological Survey of India had in 2015 approved a proposal to Unesco for the status.

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4. The chief of the army of India releases Kargil tribute songs.


Army Chief General Bipin Rawat has published a Kargil Tribute Song to respect, salute and pay homage to the Kargil martyrs.

The song was sung at a function organized in New Delhi yesterday as part of the observation of the 20th anniversary of Kargil Vijay Diwas on 26th of this month.


The song, a tribute as well as honor to the soldiers has been consisted of by eminent Hindi lyricist Sammer Anjaan and sung by Shatadru Kabir.  


Operation Vijay connected major operations to evict Pakistani intruders from Indian territory on the icy heights of Dras, Kargil, Batalik and Turtuk.


The 20th-anniversary celebrations are focussed to commemorate their sacrifice, Rejoicing in their victory and Renewing the promise to go beyond the call of duty when summoned..


5. Nageswar Rao has been removed from CBI additional director post.

➥Senior CBI officer M. Nageswar Rao who had succeeded CBI Director Alok Verma last year as interim chief, hours before the midnight patrols at the latter's office, has been selected as Director General, Fire Services, Civil Services, and Home Guards.

The post of DG, Fire Service promoted down to the rank of an Additional Director General and Mr Rao has been appointed there till his superannuation in July 2020, an order ordered by the Home Ministry said.


The order also reported that the Appointments Committee of the Cabinet (ACC) has made brief his tenure as Additional Director in the CBI.


The ACC consists of  Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah.



Mr Rao, a 1986 batch IPS officer from Odisha cadre was not listed for the post of DG in a cadre review decided by the Home Ministry last week. As many as 15 officers from his batch were empanelled.


The government had prohibited Mr Rao's appointment as CBI's interim chief in Supreme Court saying a high-powered committee comprising the Prime Minister had made it cleared the appointment.


Mr Rao played a central role in the CBI drama that happened last year when he reversed all the decisions taken by Mr Verma after he succeeds the latter in October 2018. The Supreme Court had restored Mr Verma as Director CBI and asked a panel run by Mr Modi to decide his future. The government went off him to the post of DG, Fire Services following which Mr Verma shunted



6.UAE is going to provide a free SIM card to tourists.


➥: Tourists visiting the United Arab Emirates will be provided free mobile phone SIM cards with 20 MB data as a gift without showing any documentation. The Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship spoke the SIM cards will also facilitate free international calling minutes and text messages. The free tourist-friendly SIM cards will be valid for a month and will update automatically renew if the tourists think to extend their visa. 

7. The government of Tunisia has banned the full-face veil in all offices.

➦Tunisia's prime minister has prohibited strickly the full-face veil in all government buildings owing to security reason. It implements after a deadly double suicide bombing in Tunis in late June.
Prime Minister Youssef Chahed has banned women from putting off the full-face veil — or niqab — after the recent suicide attack in the capital, Tunis, at the end of June left two dead and seven injured.

Chahed inked a government circular "banning access to public administrations and institutions to anyone with their face covered," his office spoke. The decision was inferred for "security reasons."


On Tuesday, the mastermind of those bombings blew himself up in a Tunis suburb to avoid capture, the Interior Ministry spoke. But it denies that he was putting on a niqab to disguise himself, which witnesses had made to claim.


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8. Russia has launched  Soyuz 2.1 rockets bearing 33 satellites.


Russia's Meteor-M No.2-2 hydrometeorological satellite was successfully placed a target orbit with a height of about 832 km, Roscosmos spoke in a live broadcast.

The satellite will be able to supply images of clouds, the surface of the Earth, ice and snow created in the visible, infrared and microwave ranges.


It can also fetch data on the temperature of the sea surface, the state of the ozone layer as well as determine the level of humidity, which will improve the accuracy of meteorological forecasts, 


Most of the l satellites were framed in Germany, France, the US, Israel, Britain, Sweden, Finland, Thailand, Ecuador, the Czech Republic, and Estonia, Roscosmos spoke.


Three satellites were designed by Russian university students and are aimed at solving the obstacle of space weather research and monitoring the movement of civil aircraft.


This was the fifth launch of a spacecraft from the Vostochny spaceport, the first such national facility for civilian purposes, which was set up to ensure Russia's full-scale access to outer space and decrease its dependence on the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. 

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9. The government of Odisha has made a guideline to bear the duty of college teachers 7 hours per day.


The Higher Education Department on Friday circulated a notification to academics of all government and assisted non-government schools within the state to perform their duty for a minimum of seven hours.

"All academics appointed in government and assisted non-government schools of the state, as well as the principal, shall continue the duty for a minimum of seven hours on each operating day," 
The notification spoke that the academics can have to be compelled to devote time for the library, research, and further categories, with the exception of the standard teaching work.

The Education Department additionally created seventy-five group action obligatory for the scholars.


The group action of the scholars are going to be ascertained on a monthly-basis and fogeys of this UN agency fail to attend seventy-five p.c of the categories, are going to be temporary, the notification scan.
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10. The budget had been declared by finance minister Nirmala Sitaraman.


➥Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman today disclosed a budget aimed at boosting infrastructure and foreign investment, the first since the Bharatiya Janata Party led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi returned for a second term in power