13 जुलाई 2020 का करंट अफेयर्स (13 July 2020 Current Affairs in Hindi English PDF Download)

#1 – 747 KB – 29 Questions Pdf Download free – Hindi/English – 13 जुलाई 2020 का करंट अफेयर्स | 13 July 2020 Current Affairs Free PDF Download

13 July (जुलाई) 2020 Current Affairs – सामयिकी प्रश्न उत्तर – यहाँ हमने 13 July (जुलाई) 2020 भारत और विदेश से सम्बंधित कर्रेंट अफेयर्स के सवाल और जवाब हिंदी भाषा व संक्षिप्त में प्रकाशित किए है| यहाँ अंकित किए गए सभी करंट अफेयर्स प्रश्न 13 July (जुलाई) 2020 के मुख्य समाचारों से लिए गए है जिन्हें हमने प्रश्न व उत्तर के साथ अंकित किए है| सभी प्रश्न व उत्तर आने वाली सरकारी व निजी नोकरी व परीक्षाओं (SSC, BANK, Railway, Clerk, PO, UPSC Exam) के लिए आपके लिए महत्वपूर्ण व सहायक होंगे।

13 July 2020 Current Affairs One-Liner in English – Here we have published the current affairs related to India and the world in the English language, in short. All the current affairs mentioned here have been taken from various newspapers, websites, and YouTube Channel. All the questions and answers will be important and become more helpful for the upcoming government and non-government competitive exams (SSC, BANK, Railway, Clerk, PO, UPSC Exam).

There is a 100% guarantee that our current affairs collection is more beneficial from the examination point of view as compared to other sources. So keep in touch for free current affairs material and download our App.

13 July (जुलाई) 2020

हिन्दी - 13 जुलाई 2020 करंट अफेयर

 

  • PDF का नाम: 13 जुलाई 2020 का करेंट अफेयर्स हिन्दी में पीडीएफ़
  • प्रकार: एकल लाईन (One Liner)
  • PDF साइज़: 747 KB
  • पेज की संख्या: 04 Pages
  • प्रश्नों की संख्या: 29
  • गुणवत्ता: High
  • फॉर्मेट: PDF
  • PDF की भाषा: हिन्दी

English - 13 July 2020 Current Affairs
  1. The all-India tiger estimate has been included in the Guinness Book of World Records for the fourth cycle of 2018, is the world’s largest wildlife survey by the camera. Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar said that India has achieved the target of doubling the number of tigers under Prime Minister Narendra Modi, four years ahead of schedule. According to the latest census, there are estimated to be 2,967 tigers in the country at this time. Thus, 75 percent of the total tiger population in the world is in India. The website of the Guinness Book of World Records states that this round of survey conducted in 2018-19 was very extensive, in which cameras were installed in 26 thousand eight hundred 38 places in one hundred 41 parts and one lakh 21 thousand 3 hundred An area of ​​37 square kilometers were surveyed.
  2. Nadaun police station of Himachal Pradesh has been given the status of the best police station of the country and the state. Nadaun police station is located in the Hamirpur district of Himachal Pradesh. This Police Station was awarded a Certificate of Excellence by Union Home Minister Amit Shah. The ranking of the police stations is provided by the Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India, and was recently released by the Union Home Minister at a function during the DGP conference.
  3. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has congratulated Lee Sien Loong for his victory in the Singapore general elections. Mr. Loong’s People’s Action Party won the Singapore general election, which led to his fourth consecutive term as prime minister.
  4. NITI Aayog launched the ATL App Development Model for school children across the country under the Atal Innovation Mission. The ATL App is a free online course. Through this, youth can create mobile apps in various Indian languages ​​and showcase their talent in the field of innovation. ATL App Development Module has been launched in collaboration with Indian startup Plezmo. It aims to improve the skills of school students in the times to come under AIM’s flagship program Atal Tinkering Labs and make them app users to app builders. The ATL App Development Module is a completely free online course. Through 6 project-based learning modules and online course sessions, young innovators can learn to build mobile apps in various Indian languages ​​and showcase their talent. apart from this,
  5. The head of the World Health Organization (WHO) said that Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, former President of the West African country Liberia and Helen Clarke, former Prime Minister of New Zealand, will run a committee. This committee aims to ‘honestly assess’ global action against the Carona virus epidemic. The Director-General of the World Health Organization (WHO), Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, announced the appointment of members of the independent committee set up to prepare and take steps to combat the epidemic. This step has been taken at a time when America is constantly accusing the organization that it did not inform the outbreak of the epidemic at the right time. The US President has expressed the possibility of connivance with China and WHs several times.
  6. Global temperature will continue to rise in the next 5 years. The World Meteorological Organization has expressed concern over this. In fact, under the global agreement the countries of the world had set a target to limit the long-term average temperature rise to 1.5 – 2 ° C above pre-industrial levels. This does not mean that the world will exceed the long-term temperature rise limit of 1.5 degrees. This level of temperature has been set by scientists to avoid the effects of catastrophic climate change. The Paris Climate Agreement is associated with increasing global temperatures below 2 degrees Celsius.
  7. National Thermal Power Corporation-NTPC Unit-1 of the Singrauli unit of India has been the best performing unit in terms of electricity generation in the first quarter of the current financial year. This information has been obtained from data released by the Central Electricity Authority. This NTPC It is the oldest unit of It started electricity generation on 13 February 1982 for the first time. The Singrauli unit has an installed generation capacity of 2000 MW. It has five units of 200 MW capacity and two units of 500 MW capacity.
  8. The book titled ‘His Holiness the Fourteenth Dalai Lama: An Illustrated Biography’ written on the life of the Dalai Lama will be released in 2020. This book has been published by Rowley Books. The book is written by Tenzin Geyche Tethong, considered one of the Dalai Lama’s closest associates and a consultant for more than 40 years. This biography is a memorial account of the 14th Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatso. The book contains nearly 400 unseen photographs and unpublished documents, archival material, as well as memories of his close ones to illustrate his exile, his sympathetic manner, and the current conflicting relationship with the overall birthplace, Tibet. This book gives a glimpse of an important part of history before he was forced to visit India in March 1959. Dalai Lama, Those who now lives in Dharamsala, Himachal Pradesh, fled India from Tibet at the age of 23. He was awarded the prestigious Nobel Peace Prize in 1989 for his teachings on peace and non-violence and freedom.
  9. A WhatsApp chatline named ‘SMARTgirl Chatline’ was implemented by a research team from Cambodian NGO-KHANA Center for Population Health Research. The ‘Smart girl Chatline’ offered female entertainment activists in Cambodia 24-hour response and support against gender-based violence. Non-governmental organization KHANA Center for Population Health and Research was awarded a cash prize of $ 100,000 by the World Bank Group and SVRI for the implementation of ‘Smart Girl Chatline’ by the World Bank Group and SVRI.
  10. Turkey’s Hagia Sophia Museum has been converted into a mosque. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said, “We are planning to open Hagia Sophia for Namaz from July 24. Like our mosques, the doors of Hagia Sophia will be open to all. Local, foreign Muslims and non-Muslims will also be able to come here. ”The Turkish cabinet converted it into a museum in 1934. The court quashed the decision after 86 years. Hagia Sophia was built 1500 years ago as a cathedral church in the Greek Empire. However, after the Ottoman War in Europe in 1453, it was converted into a mosque. After the Cabinet decision in 1934, it was converted into a museum. It is currently included in UNESCO’s global heritage.
  11. Manila-based Asian Development Bank (ADB) has signed with the Paris-based International Energy Agency (IEA) in 2017 to renew its 3-year Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). The Regional Development Bank-ADB signed a memorandum of understanding with the International Organization-IEA in March 2017 to promote advance clean energy development in developing member countries. The objective of the MoU was to address the significant experience and knowledge gaps blocking the development of sustainable forms of energy in developing economies under ADB.
  12. Flipkart has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Department of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) and Mining, Government of Karnataka to promote the arts, crafts and handloom sector of Karnataka. This MoU will provide market access through the Flipkart e-commerce platform and to enhance the local business of Karnataka. This MoU will connect brands like Kaveri and Priyadarshini Handloom of Karnataka Handloom Development Corporation of Karnataka with the brands Flipkart Samarth program. It will benefit MSMEs and showcase high-quality products through the skills of branding, digital marketing, and financial management, Those are made by local artisans. Also, it will promote local handloom and handicrafts to consumers across the country.
  13. “T-Hub” announced its partnership with the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology ((MeitY) and Digital India to lead Digital India’s scale program for hardware and Internet of Things (IoT) startups and invest And support startups with market access.
  14. The Asian Development Bank (ADB) will help India and 9 other Asian countries at the primary level to ensure quality education for out-of-school and at-risk children. In its initial effort, the ADB called on Qatar-based Education Above All (Qatar) to work jointly for a $ 100 million project to ensure quality primary education to at least 3.2 lakh school children, including refugees and internally displaced children. EAA) has a 5-year agreement with the Foundation.
  15. Manipur Chief Minister (CM) N Biren Singh inaugurated 5 water supply projects worth Rs 48.39 crore through video conferencing from the Chief Minister’s Secretariat, Imphal, with a total capacity of 26.15 lakh liters per day (MLD). Apart from the projects, an office building of the Department of Weights and Measures and Rapid Antigen Detection Testing Center at Jiribam was also inaugurated.
  16. Indian-American scientist Dr. Parag Chitnis has been appointed acting director of the prestigious National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA). All federally funded agricultural research in the US is under the supervision of this institute. He will replace Dr. Scott Angel.
  17. Gyanendra Nigombaum of Manipur has been appointed as the new acting president of Hockey India. He will replace the current chairman Mohammad Mushtaq Ahmed. The decision comes after Mohammed Mushtaq Ahmed’s resignation to Hockey India on 7 July, in which he cited the reason for his resignation as a personal and family cause.
  18. A Working Group has been formed by the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India-IRDAI to conduct research and make recommendations on creating an “Indian Pandemic Risk Pool” (Indian Epidemic Risk Pool). This panel is tasked with exploring the possibility of addressing various risks posed by the COVID-19 epidemic with the help of an “epidemic risk pool”. These risks include business interruption losses without loss of concurrent material, loss of employment much greater than the capacity of government/insurers/reinsurers. Executive Director of Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority (IRDAI), Suresh Mathur will be the chairman of this 9-member working group. The members of the group are Suchita Gupta, Hitesh Kotak, Ankur Nizhavan, Sushilendra Rao, Shilpa Yadav, MN Munshi, Ajay Kumar, and Saba Talukdar.
  19. The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has reconstituted the committee advising it on matters related to regulation and development of the mutual fund industry. Sebi said that the 20-member advisory committee on mutual funds is headed by Usha Thorat, a former deputy governor of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI). Earlier this committee, formed in 2013, had 15 members and its chairman was Janaki Ballabh, former chairman of SBI.
  20. Maharashtra Government Housing Minister Jitendra Awhad said that the Slum Rehabilitation Authority (SRA) would be a specific stress fund for the projects. Thereby reviving the SRA project. The state government will invest Rs 700-1000 crore, the remaining amount will be taken from SBI banks. Jitendra Awhad said that this fund will be used to complete the stalled projects of SRA. There are 541 SRA projects ready, there are about 370 projects which are pending. The Government Stress Fund will revive such stuck projects and help the developers along with benefiting the slum dwellers.
  21. Indian manufacturing company Loyal Textile Mills launched the world’s first reusable PPE kit. Along with reusable PPE kits, reusable garments and face masks with zero virus penetration were also unveiled by Loyal Textile Mills. Reusable masks, textiles, and PPE kits were launched by Loyal Textile Mills in collaboration with Reliance Industries Ltd. and Switzerland-based textile innovation company – HeiQ Material AG. 3 products will be available in the market under the brand ‘Super Shield’ of Loyal Textile Mills. According to Loyal Textile Mills, textiles and masks can be washed up to 25 times for reuse while PPE kits can be washed up to 10 times for reuse.
  22. To support the efforts being made by the government to tackle the Covid-19, the National Chemicals and Fertilizers Limited (RCF), a public enterprise under the Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers, has introduced the hand-cleansing IPA gel ‘RCF Sepharola’. To support the efforts being made by the government to tackle Covid-19, the National Chemicals and Fertilizers Limited (RCF), a public enterprise under the Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers, has introduced the hand-cleansing IPA gel ‘RCF Sepharola’.
  23. A health advisory warning has been issued on 9 July 2020 for Chinese citizens from the Chinese Embassy in Kazakhstan. According to the Health Advisory Warning, a new fatal ‘unknown pneumonia’ has been reported in Kazakhstan with a higher mortality rate than Novel Coronavirus. Nothing dangerous has been reported from the media house and government of Kazakhstan so far. The Chinese embassy has described it as ‘unknown’ but Kazakhstan authorities have dismissed such claims and termed it as general ‘pneumonia’. Pneumonia, which the Chinese embassy has dubbed as unknown, has caused 1,772 deaths in Kazakhstan in the year 2020, 628 out of 1,772 in June 2020.
  24. World Population Day is celebrated every year on 11 July to raise awareness on various issues related to population. The multifaceted objectives of this day include gender discrimination, gender equality, family planning, etc. Along with making people aware of the health problems related to pregnancy. In 1989, the United Nations first announced 11 July as World Population Day. At present, the entire world population has reached 720 crores, which is increasing rapidly every day. Every year 11 July is organized as ‘World Population Day’ to focus on various problems related to the growing population. Out of the world’s 720 million population, about 132.4 crore people live in India. The world’s population is increasing by 83 million per year.
  25. England’s World Cup-winning footballer and former Ireland coach Jack Charlton died at the age of 85 on Friday. His biggest achievement was to become the world champion by defeating Germany 4–2 after extra time at the Wembley Stadium in the 1966 World Cup final.
  26. The Drug Controller of India has approved limited emergency use of natalizumab vaccine in cases of patients with moderate to severe symptoms of the Covid-19. The use of this drug has been approved after satisfactory results in clinical examination. The use of the itolizumab vaccine has already been approved for the treatment of normal to severe skin diseases.
  27. Deepak Paliwal, born and based in Jaipur, who voluntarily dedicated himself to human trials to make the Covid-19 vaccine, said he was very happy to be part of a scientific trial that could benefit humanity. The Oxford vaccine being developed by researchers at the University of Oxford, AstraZeneca, and the Indian Serum Institute is under human trials.
  28. A special professional development unit-BDU in Tamil Nadu. Has started working in Trichy Rail Division. It aims to double rail freight by 2024. The unit will also carry small quantities of goods, which currently travel by road.
  29. The luxurious Rambagh Palace Hotel in Jaipur has been ranked among the world’s top 100 hotels in the World’s Best Awards survey of the Traveler & Leisure Awards 2020. At the same time, it has made it to the top 15 hotels in Asia and the top five hotels in India. This five-star hotel spread over 48 acres used to be the residence of the Maharaja of Jaipur till 1957.

 

  • PDF Name: 13 July 2020 current affairs in English pdf
  • Type – One Liner
  • PDF Size: 397 KB
  • No Of Pages: 04 Pages
  • No. of Question: 29
  • Quality: High
  • Format: PDF
  • Language: English

 

पूरा करंट अफेयर्स मेटेरियल फ्री में डाउनलोड करे – Free Download Current Affairs Material

Date Wise Current Affairs

July Date wise : हिन्दी & English – Click Here

 

Month Wise Current Affairs - Single Pdf

जनवरी  – January 2020

फरवरी – February 2020

मार्च – March 2020

अप्रैल – April 2020

मई – May 2020

जून – June 2020

जुलाई  – July 2020

अगस्त  – August 2020

सितम्बर  – September 2020

अक्टूबर  – October 2020

नवम्बर  – November 2020

दिसम्बर  – December 2020

If you liked this post, share it with your friends and help them. You can also connect us with our App and social groups for daily updates –

Whatsapp No. – +916376140352

Telegram Channel  – https://t.me/FreeCurrentAffairs

Email – FreeCurrentAffairs@gmail.com

 

2019-2020-21 के दैनिक एंव दिनांक वाइज़, पूरे महीने के एक pdf मे, 2018 व 2019 पूरे साल के एक Pdf मे तथा अन्य महत्वपूर्ण करंट अफेयर्स 2019-2020-21 की प्रतियोगी परीक्षाओं SSC, Banking, Railway, UPSC, State-PSC (जैसे RPSC, BPSC) एंव अन्य वन-डे एग्जाम के लिए उपयोगी करंट अफेयर्स रेगुलर रूप से आपको App मे हिन्दी भाषा मे फ्री उपलब्ध करवाए जाते है ।

यदि आपने ऐप्प डाऊनलोड नहीं किया है, तो अभी ऊपर हरे बटन पर क्लिक करके