CURRENT AFFAIRS 9TH JULY

The Union Cabinet approved the MoU between India and Maldives Ferry Services

The Union Cabinet approved the MoU between India and Maldives for the establishment of passenger and cargo services by sea. It was signed during the visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Maldives.

4th July as been celebrated as Independence Day of USA

In the United States, Independence Day, commonly known as the Fourth of July or the Fourth, is a holiday commemorating the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776, declaring independence from the Kingdom of Great Britain

The South central Railway has commissioned the longest electrified tunnel of 6.6 km built at a total cost of 460 crore

The South Central Railway (SCR) has added yet another feather in its cap by commissioning the longest electrified tunnel of 6.6 km built at a total cost of 460 crore between Cherlopalli and Rapuru stations. The tunnel is part of the recently completed Obulavaripalli-Venkatachalam new railway line.

Delhi will host first ever India International Co-operatives Trade Fair

First Ever India International Cooperatives Trade Fair (IICTF) – A unique initiative for taking farmers, artisans & other members of cooperatives directly to the global trade arena to be held at PragatiMaidan, New Delhi from 11th till 13th October, 2019

The Hong Kong Government has approved grants over $9 million for cyclone-hit Odisha

The Hong Kong government has approved over $900,000 for relief and rehabilitation work in cyclone-hit Odisha that could benefit around 45,100 victims, China’s official media reported on Friday. Three grants totalling 7.032 million Hong Kong dollars (about $902,278) from Hong Kong’s Disaster Relief Fund to three agencies has been approved for the cyclone victims in Odisha.

Tunisia has recently benned the Niqab in Government Offices

Tunisia’s prime minister on Friday banned the niqab Muslim face covering for women in government offices, citing security concerns after attacks in the North African country. Prime Minister Youssef Chahed signed a government circular “banning access to public administrations and institutions to anyone with their face covered… for security reasons,” his office said.

Ian Gould has announced his retirement just after India’s World Cup clash against Sri Lanka

Englishman Ian Gould will bring down curtains on his umpiring career after officiating for the last time during India’s clash with Sri Lanka at the ongoing World Cup at Headingley in Leeds, the ICC said. Gould finishes his career having umpired in 74 Tests, while the India vs Sri Lanka match here is his 140th ODI.

Babylon has designated as UNESCO World Heritage Site

The ancient Mesopotamian city of Babylon has been declared a Unesco World Heritage Site. The city was famous for its Hanging Gardens, which were among the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.

Shoaib Malik has announced his retirement from ODI cricket

Former Pakistan captain Shoaib Malik has announced his retirement from ODI cricket after the team’s final match in the 2019 World Cup. Malik made his ODI debut in 1999 in a match against West Indies in Sharjah. He has played 287 matches and scored 7,534 runs at an average of 34.55. He has nine ODI centuries to his name and was captain when Pakistan reached the final of the 2007 World T20 where they lost to India.

Former Uttarakhand Governor Sudershan Agarwal passed away

Former Uttarakhand Governor Sudershan Agarwal died on Wednesday after prolonged illness at a hospital in New Delhi, an official statement said. He was 88. Agarwal had served as the second Governor of the hill state between 2003 and 2007 during which he also established a Him Jyoti School in the Sahastradhara area here. He had also been the Secretary General of the Rajya Sabha.


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