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One Liners Current Affairs- July 18, 2021

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One Liners Current Affairs- July 18, 2021

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1-Prime Minister Narendra Modi praised retired Army Major Pramila Singh for caring after stray animals.

2-Zoom marriages, which were popular during the Covid-19 pandemic, are no longer allowed in New York, because to Governor Andrew Cuomo’s lifting of his April administrative order.

3-Abhishek Yadav, SSP Muzaffarnagar, has established a library with over 1,000 books in the police lines for officers and their families.

4-Aniruddha Singh, a Badaun district circle officer, will make his acting debut in the forthcoming film “Bhuj-The Pride of India,” starring Ajay Devgn and Sanjay Dutt.

5-Ma Subramanian, Tamil Nadu’s health minister, has said that pilgrimage towns would be prioritised for immunisation.

6-The Centre is expected to take up as many as 31 Bills, including two relating to finance, during the Monsoon Session of Parliament, which begins on Monday.

7-The Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS) has been tasked with immunising thousands of Australians against Covid-19 in rural regions.

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8-Satyavathi Rathod, Telangana’s Minister for Tribal, Women, and Child Welfare, has stepped forward to assist a farmer whose Rs 2 lakh savings for abdominal surgery were eaten away by rodents.

9-Assam Police recovers nine females who had been transported to Kerala.

10-The CII has recommended that India speed up the process of establishing a pandemic pool in order to withstand the economic effect of Covid-like circumstances in the future.

11-Sonia Gandhi, the temporary President of the Congress, named Navjot Singh Sidhu as the party’s new Punjab unit President, along with four Working Presidents.

12-The All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) Twitter account was hijacked.

13-Karnataka relaxes restrictions and permits theatres/multiplexes with 50% occupancy.

14-G. Made Gowda, a former Lok Sabha member, Gandhian, and renowned agricultural leader, was cremated with state honours at Mandya (Karnataka)

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15-The supply of medicines to the mainland through the NE states will be restricted: Assam Chief Minister

16-Hema Malini, a Bollywood actress and BJP MP, paid a visit to the Mata Kheer Bhawani temple in J&K’s Ganderbal district on Sunday.

17-A Beijing-based veterinarian who was verified as China’s first human infection case with Monkey B Virus (BV) has died as a result of the virus.

18-Monsoon Session: LS Speaker Om Birla promises that all Parliamentary issues would be resolved.

19-Telangana government Minister KTR has asked the Centre to enable students taking competitive examinations to write them in regional languages.

20-The Haryana government announced further relaxations on Sunday, including an increase in bar and restaurant hours, as well as an extension of the lockdown until July 26.

21-Telemedicine allows Patna AIIMS doctors to treat patients in the Delhi-NCR area.

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22-M.K. Stalin, DMK MP Kanimozhi, and former Union minister Dayanidhi Maran pay tribute to tribal activist Stan Swamy.

23-The United Kingdom will do research to identify long-term Covid causes and remedies.

24-As part of its commitment to Covid-19 collaboration with Nepal, India provided 150 ICU beds.

25-NDA- National Democratic Alliance

26-Apple iPhone 13 is expected to have Wi-Fi 6E.

27-K’taka: 8.76L pupils will take Class 10 or Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) examinations beginning Monday.

28-Jamuna, the wife of former Telangana minister E. Rajender, is expected to run in the next by-election for the Huzurabad Assembly seat.

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29-The film ‘Tisane,’ directed by Julia Ducournau, has won the coveted Palme d’Or prize at the Cannes Film Festival.

30-There are 40 Indian journalists on the Pegasus snoop list, and forensic testing confirm the existence of Pegasus malware on certain machines.

31-Sher Bahadur Deuba, Nepal’s new Prime Minister, received a vote of confidence in Parliament on Sunday.

32- Two Union ministers, three opposition leaders, one constitutional authority, and many businesses are on the Snoop list.


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