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Daily Current Affairs 2021 July - Current Affairs of India in English 15 July

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

Daily Current Affairs 15 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 15 July, 2021 

Well here are the Current Affairs Today for Upcoming Exams : 

1. Radha Gobinda Baruah planned for the development of sports sector in Assam during his days in Dibrugarh. It was in 1935 when RGBaruah started a sports programme called Shaktimela, which included events like long distance walk and body building competition. He also started a marathon in 1937 as part of Shaktimela.

2. Harmeet Singh, IPS (RR-1992), took over as the new Commissioner Of Police Guwahati as additional charge w.e.f the date of taking over charge from Munna Prasad Gupta. However, Singh will continue to be substantively posted as the Addl. Director-General of Police (Border), Assam.

3. Several women activists observed “anti-repression day” in Manipur on Thursday against the alleged atrocities by the security forces and demanding the withdrawal of the Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act, 1958.

4. The SCO also called for increased cooperation of all interested states and global organisations under the central coordinating role of the UN for the “stabilisation and development” of Afghanistan.

5. Google Cloud announced expanding its footprint in India with its second ‘Cloud Region’ in the country. This is the company’s 26th Cloud Region globally, and 10th in Asia Pacific.

6. The government has listed 17 new Bills for introduction in the Monsoon session of Parliament beginning July 19. Three of the Bills seek to replace Ordinances issued recently. Once a Session starts an Ordinance has to be passed as a Bill within 42 days or six weeks, else it lapses.

7. The law, used against Mahatma Gandhi and Bal Gangadhar Tilak, is prone to misuse by the government, says Chief Justice N.V. Ramana.

8. Commerce and Textiles Minister Piyush Goyal has been appointed as the Leader of the House in the Rajya Sabha. Former Union Minister Thawarchand Gehlot, who had held that position, has been appointed as the Karnataka Governor.

9. The Union Cabinet approved a subsidy scheme for shipping companies during global tenders for import of government cargo. The scheme provides a subsidy of ₹1,624 crore over five years.

10. PM Modi called the Maldives the “central pillar” of India’s ‘neighbourhood policy’, and maritime vision of "Security and Growth for All in the Region" or ‘SAGAR’.

11. The country’s first ‘Grain ATM’ has been set up as a pilot project in Gurugram, Haryana. It is an automatic machine, which works just like a bank ATM. This machine has been installed under the ‘World Food Programme’ of the United Nations (UN), and is called the ‘Automated, Multi Commodity, Grain Dispensing Machine’.

12. The Union Cabinet headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi has approved an increase in the Dearness Allowance to Central Government employees and Dearness Relief to pensioners to 28 per cent.

13. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has launched ‘the RBI Retail Direct’ scheme for retail investors, through which they can directly buy and sell government securities (G-Secs), both primary and secondary.

14. The Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has approved the continuation of Centrally Sponsored Scheme ‘National AYUSH Mission (NAM)’ for another five years. The scheme will now be implemented from April 01, 2021, to March 31, 2026. The Centre has allocated Rs. 4607.30 crore (Rs 3,000 crore as Central Share and Rs. 1607.30 crore as State Share) for the scheme to be invested over five years.

15. NTPC Ltd., India’s largest power generator is set to construct the country’s single-largest solar photovoltaic project at Rann of Kutch region in Khavada, Gujarat. The solar power park will have a capacity of 4.75 Gigawatt (Gw)/4750 MW. 

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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. 

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- 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.

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- 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. 

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