One Liners Current Affairs- July 31, 2021

One Liners Current Affairs- July 31, 2021

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One Liners Current Affairs- July 31, 2021

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1-Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik informed Union Chemicals and Fertilizers Minister Mansukh Mandaviya of a fertiliser shortage.

2-The UK government has announced financial assistance to promote cycling and walking.

3-The US Government Accountability Office (GAO) dismisses Bezos’ complaint against the $2.9 billion NASA-SpaceX contract.

4-Bulgarian President Rumen Radev has requested that the There Is Such a People (ITN) party create a new government.

5-Facebook is developing artificial intelligence (AI) technologies and new methods to identify individuals under the age of 13.

6-Mahirashtra: The first Zika virus case was discovered in Pune; the lady patient is recovering.

7-Babul Supriyo, a former Union minister and BJP Lok Sabha MP from Asansol, has announced his retirement from politics.

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8-Lt Gen Dhiraj Seth takes command of the 21st Strike Corps.

9-The National High Speed Rail Corporation Limited (NHSRCL) announced the completion of the first full-height pier on the 508-kilometer Mumbai-Ahmedabad High Speed Rail (MAHSR) project, also known as the Bullet Train.

10-K’taka requires an RT-PCR test certificate for admission from Kerala and Maharashtra.

11-Istanbul, Turkey’s biggest metropolis, has banned woodland access due to the risk of fire.

12-The University of Pennsylvania has released its board test results, with 99.53 percent of students passing their class 10 examinations.

13-Andhra Pradesh has announced a Rs 3L compensation package for six dead Odisha labourers.

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14-Israel prohibits travel to four additional countries: the United Kingdom, Georgia, Cyprus, and Turkey.

15-Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu argues for the use of local languages in the court.

16-Clinical studies on ‘Ashwagandha’ for Covid recovery will be conducted in India and the United Kingdom.

17-Punjab will build a monument to the Kalapani martyrs.

18-Martin Griffiths, the new United Nations emergency assistance coordinator, pays a visit to displaced people in Tigray.

19-Indoor masks are now required for anyone over the age of two in Chicago.

20-Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni has ordered the military to take over the screening of Covid-19 at the country’s Entebbe International Airport.

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21-The Centre has allocated Rs 1,828 crore to states for the battle against Covid-19.

22-Farah Khan, a choreographer-turned-filmmaker, recently directed Indian cricketer Mahendra Singh Dhoni for a commercial.

23-Kona Raghupati, Deputy Speaker of the Andhra Pradesh Assembly, said that the state would become a tourist centre in the future.

24-In Beirut, Lebanon’s first mobile clinic for free Covid testing was established.

25-Vice Admiral S.N. Ghormade assumes command of the Navy as Vice Chief of Staff.

26-Kenya’s rhino population grows by 11% in 2020, with no hunting.

27-Twitter launches the Algorithmic Bias Bounty Challenge.

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28-Russia is blaming a’software malfunction’ for the misfired engines that jolted the International Space Station (ISS)

29-The South African Parliament is attempting to launch an investigation into the disturbances.

30-Kamalpreet Kaur, a 25-year-old Indian discus thrower from Patiala, produces a spectacular throw and qualifies for the discus final at the Tokyo Olympics.

31-Ganpat Rao Deshmukh, an 11-time Maha MLA and senior leader of the Peasants and Workers Party (PWP), died at the age of 95.

32-According to International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach. Within the Olympic community, just 0.02 percent tested positive for Covid+.

33-The Delhi Assembly approved a resolution on Friday calling for the repeal of three contentious agricultural legislation.

34-Lalan Singh is widely expected to be the future JD-U President.

35- 80 kilogramme blue sapphire discovered in Sri Lanka’s gem mine

36-Rashad Hussain, an Indian-American, has been nominated by President Joe Biden to be the first Muslim ambassador for religious freedom.


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