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316 tourist spots to be developed by Assam Government
Current Affairs Headlines of 10th July, 2019

→ Assam Tourism Development Corporation will spent 150 crore rupees to develop the 316 locations under Axom Darshan.

→ World‘s largest burn and plastic surgery institute inaugurated in Dhaka, Bangladesh

→ Odisha government has decided to give monthly allowance of Rs 10,000 to Padma award winners of the state facing financial problems.

→ Vice President of India, Shri M. Venkaiah Naidu released a book titled Vivekadeepini, a concise book of aphorisms.

→ Wrestler Vinesh Phogat has won a gold medal in the 53kg category, while Divya Kakran has won the gold medal in the 68kg category at the Grand Prix of Spain.

→ Uttarakhand is one of the country‘s five best-performing states under the National Programme Beti Bachao Beti Padhao (BBBP) scheme.

→ Kyriakos Mitsotakis was sworn in as the prime minister of Greece.

→ Sri Lanka inaugurated its first model village built with Indian assistance at Ranidu Gama in Gampaha

→ BCCI has formally appointed Rahul Dravid as the National Cricket Academy’s Head of Cricket.

→ Odisha will host the 21st Commonwealth Table Tennis Championship in Cuttack, from July 17 to 22.


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