Current Affairs » July 2019 » India To Train 1800 Bangladeshi Civil Servants At Mussoorie

India to train 1800 Bangladeshi Civil Servants at Mussoorie
Current Affairs Headlines of 08th July, 2019

→ Dr.Nalin Shinghal appointed as the Chairman and Managing Director (CMD) of Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited(BHEL)

→ Harideesh Kumar appointed as the Director of the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection

→ India to train 1800 Bangladeshi Civil Servants at Mussoorie

→ Indian mobile network operator, Reliance Jio partnered with Facebook to launch a digital literacy initiative named ‘Digital Udaan‘

→ Iraq Babylon - World Heritage Site by UNESCO

→ Punjab & Sind Bank sets up centralised hub ‘Cen-MARG‘ to process retail and MSME loans

→ Shoaib Malik announced his retirement from One Day International (ODI)

→ Skills India‘- International Cloud Computing Challenge 2019 from July (1st - 6th 2019) at NASSCOM Campus, New Delhi.

→ Tata Steel Kalinganagar (TSK) in World Economic Forum‘s (WEF) Global Lighthouse Network a community of manufacturers showing leadership in applying Fourth Industrial Revolution technologies to drive financial and operational impact.

→ The West Bengal Government has decided to increase daily allowances of Ministers and MLAs for their presence in the State Assembly.


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