Daily Current Affairs 2021 July - Current Affairs of India in English 17 July

Daily Current Affairs 2021 July - Current Affairs of India in English 17 July

Latest Daily Current Affairs for UPSC | Current Affairs Today for Competitive Exams

Daily Current Affairs 17 July, 2021 

Hello, aspirants are you preparing for any Govt Exam or specially UPSC Prelims 2021? If yes, then you must be aware of the current affairs section for the preparation. Therefore every aspirants of govt exam need to know the latest Daily Current Affairs for UPSC. So for that "Current Affairs Inside" decides to provide you the Daily Current Affairs for UPSC in english. Infact the latest Daily Current Affairs for UPSC in english will be a pedestrian to crack your exam.

In this article we have provided you the Current Affairs Today for Upcoming Exams. The current affairs are generally asked from the past six months. To improve your performance we are providing you with the important daily current affairs of June 2021. It is time that you prepared yourself efficiently before the exam season arrives. So, read all these Current Affairs Today to grab the govt job.

Daily Current Affairs 2021 July :

In order to succeed in the prestigious govt examinations, it is important that the aspirant has access to the Daily Current Affairs for the UPSC IAS examination. Specially the IAS toppers recommend that aspirant start their UPSC preparation with the latest Daily Current Affairs 2021 for UPSC IAS Prelims.

Current Affairs 17 July, 2021 

Well here are the Current Affairs Today for Upcoming Exams : 

1. The Assam Government has tabled the Cattle Preservation Bill, 2021 on the floor of the Assam Assembly. The purpose is to provide for the preservation of cattle by regulating their slaughter, consumption, illegal transportation.

2. The Assam government on Friday presented a Rs 566 crore deficit budget for 2021-22 in the Assembly, without proposing any new tax on the public.

3. The new academic session in universities and colleges across the county will begin from October 1 while the admission process has to be completed by September 30.

4. The Indian Navy has received two MH-60R multi-role helicopters from the U.S., in a boost to its combat capabilities. Officials said the Navy received the choppers from the U.S. Navy in a ceremony held at a naval air station in San Diego on July 16.

5. For the first time, India is set to have rules regulating the registration process for vintage cars. The Law Ministry has given its nod to an amendment to the Central Motor Vehicle Rules, 1989, according to a government official.

6. The Maharashtra state government has launched the new Electric Vehicle Policy-2021. The policy announced by the State Environment Minister, Aaditya Thackeray aims to accelerate the adoption of Battery Electric Vehicles in the country. The new EV policy introduced in Maharashtra is a revision of the 2018 policy.

7. ICC - International Cricket Council Men's Player of the Month for June - Devon Conway! Conway is the first New Zealand player to win the award after a first month in Test cricket that included 200 on debut at Lord's, winning Player of the Series on debut and helping the team win the ICC World Test Championship Final.

8. In order to facilitate farmers to get ‘right information at right time’ in their desired language, a digital platform namely ‘KisanSarathi’ was launched jointly by Narendra Singh Tomar, Minister for Agriculture and Farmers Welfare.

9. The World Day for International Justice, (also known as Day of International Criminal Justice or International Justice Day), is celebrated globally on July 17 to support and recognize the work of the International Criminal Court (ICC).

10. The Indian Parliament will soon get UV-C Disinfection Technology in order to mitigate the airborne transmission of the COVID virus. It will be installed in the Central Halls during the monsoon session, in Lok Sabha Chambers as well as in Committee Rooms 62 and 63.

11. The first grain ATM of India has been set up by the Haryana Government as a pilot project in Gurugram.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) :

* Why Current Affairs Are Important?

- Current Affairs has a great weightage in the General Awareness/Knowledge Section. If prepared well, candidates can score good marks and improve their overall score in the Banking Examinations. On the other hand, preparing current affairs also improves your knowledge about National and International Events. 

* How daily current affairs are helpful for an aspirant preparing for Govt. Job?

- When preparing for Government Exams the most important part is the Current Affairs. The candidate should stay updated by making a habit of reading daily current affairs. 

* What is the easiest way of preparing current affairs notes?

- Reading current affairs daily and note them in a precise way would be the easiest way of preparing current affair notes and learning them. Here, we provide you all these study materials.

* How frequently one should study current affairs?

- One should be habitual of reading daily current affairs so that he/she does not miss any event and is aware of what’s going on around at both National & International level. 

* Which is the best monthly current affairs?

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