Current Affairs » July 2019 » Kalraj Mishra Takes Oath As Governor Of Himachal Pradesh
→ A Kawad Yatra Management app has been designed for facilitating and guiding the Kawariya’s on their journey in the Meerut Zone.
→ Boris Johnson elected as the leader of Britain‘s governing Conservative Party.
→ Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) will observe and celebrate the 159th Income Tax Day on 24th July, 2019.
→ Eight routes under regional connectivity scheme UDAN have become functional.
→ Former Japanese diplomat and International Atomic Energy Agency Chief Yukiya Amano passed away in July 2019.
→ India and South Korea presented their bids for the 2020 U20 Women’s World Cup but India named the 2020 U17 Women’s World Cup host.
→ Kalraj Mishra takes oath as Governor of Himachal Pradesh.
→ Keshav Dutt, Prasan Banerjee Chosen for Mohun Bagan Ratna Award 2019.
→ Maharashtra state-reported around 233 cases of ATM fraud in 2018-19.
→ Mark Esper appointed as Pentagon chief.
→ National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) and JCB International have launched RuPay JCB Global Cards.
→ Pakistan Cricket Board’s chairman Ehsan Mani has been appointed as the head of the ICC’s influential Finance and Commercial Affairs committee.
→ Paytm partnered with Clix Finance to offer instant digital loans to customers and merchants on its platform.
→ Shane Lowry claimed the British Open 2019 at Royal Portrush, Northern Ireland.
→ The government has set a target for the installation of Rooftop Solar projects of 40,000 MegaWatt by 2022 in the country.
→ The Indian armed forces are all set to conduct the country’s first-ever simulated space warfare exercise “IndSpaceEx”.
→ The Non Aligned movement ministerial meeting was held in Caracas, Venezuela.
→ The Table Tennis Federation of India (TTFI) has appointed the Canadian Dejan Papic as the head coach of the Indian table tennis team.
→ Two-time Olympic gold medallist Keshav Dutt and former India Football Captain Prasun Banerjee will be conferred the ‘Mohun Bagan Ratna’ on 29 July 2019.
→ UP CM Yogi Adityanath approved the plan to install a 251-metre-tall statue of Lord Ram at Ayodhya.
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