16 जुलाई 2020 का करंट अफेयर्स (16 July 2020 Current Affairs in Hindi English PDF Download)

#1 – 747 KB – 24 Questions Pdf Download free – Hindi/English – 16 जुलाई 2020 का करंट अफेयर्स | 16 July 2020 Current Affairs Free PDF Download

16 July (जुलाई) 2020 Current Affairs सामयिकी प्रश्न उत्तर – यहाँ हमने 16 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 16 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।

16 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.

16 July (जुलाई) 2020

हिन्दी - 16 जुलाई 2020 करंट अफेयर


  • PDF का नाम: 16 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: 24
  • गुणवत्ता: High
  • फॉर्मेट: PDF
  • PDF की भाषा: हिन्दी

English - 16 July 2020 Current Affairs
  1. Shipping Minister Mansukh Mandaviya has approved the release of one hundred and seven crore rupees for setting up of fire fighting facilities in five jetties of Haldia Dock Complex at Kolkata Port. By installing state-of-the-art fire fighting facilities at Haldia Dock Complex, petrochemical products can be loaded. The existing facilities in the complex are not in conformity with the guidelines of the Oil Industry Safety Directorate of the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas, hence LPG and other petroleum products are not loaded. The Ministry of Shipping has given priority to the safety and safety of shipments at all major ports. This will meet global standards of fire safety.
  2. Hemang Amin has been appointed as its Interim Chief Executive Officer (CEO) by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). He will replace Rahul Johri who recently resigned as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of BCCI and was accepted by BCCI officials. Hemang Amin is the Chief Operating Officer of the Indian Premier League. He joined the IPL operations team in June 2010 and was appointed as the COO of the IPL in 2015.
  3. In Rajasthan, Deputy Chief Minister Sachin Pilot has been removed from both the cabinet and the post of state Congress President. Two other ministers – Vishwendra Singh and Ramesh Meena – have also been removed from the Gehlot cabinet. Vishvendra Singh was the Minister for Tourism, while Ramesh Meena was the Minister of Food and Civil Supplies. The proposal of Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot to remove Sachin Pilot, Ramesh Meena, and Vishwendra Singh from the state cabinet have been accepted by Governor Kalraj Mishra.
  4. Since India has stopped buying oil from Iran under American pressure, tensions in the relationship between the two countries started dissolving. Iran has responded to this by excluding India from the important rail project from Chabahar to Zahedan. There are two reasons for India’s problem with this. For one thing, India’s strategy of doing business through Afghanistan to Central Asian countries has received a deep blow. Secondly, Iran has indicated that the way for Chinese companies to have greater involvement in the entire Chabahar sector can be cleared. Iran has signed an agreement with China a few days ago under which Chinese companies will invest a huge amount of 400 billion dollars in the next 25 years.
  5. Ashok Kumar, son of hockey magician Major Dhyanchand and one of the heroes of India’s 1975 World Cup victory, will be honored with the ‘Lifetime Achievement’ award at a ceremony organized on the foundation day of Mohun Bagan Football Club. Given the current state of the Covid-19 pandemic, the event will be conducted online. Mohun Bagan Day is celebrated every year on 29 July. Mohun Bagan defeated the East Yorkshire Regiment 2–1 at the IFA Shield on the same day in 1911. He became the first Indian club to win the title. Ashok Kumar was associated with Mohun Bagan in the late 60s and he represented the Bengal team before being selected for the Indian hockey team. According to the statement released from the club, this year Gurbaksh Singh and Palash Nandi will be awarded the Mohun Bagan Ratna.
  6. Bharatvanshi Chandrika Prasad Santokhi was elected President of the Latin American country Suriname. He replaces former military dictator Daisy Bouterse, whose National Party of Suriname (NPS) lost the election in May. Santokhi has taken over the reins of Suriname’s leadership at a time when its relations have deteriorated with other Western countries, including the Netherlands. The country is also going through a period of economic crisis.
  7. On the occasion of Bhanu Jayanti, Nepalese Prime Minister Kharag Prasad Sharma Oli attended an event held at his residence in Kathmandu in which he has now accused India of cultural encroachment. According to the Prime Minister of Nepal, India has manipulated history, Lord Shriram was Nepali, not an Indian, and the city of Ayodhya, in which Lord Rama was born, is a part of Birganj town in Parsa district, Nepal. He further states that the place where King Dasharatha performed the sacraments to have a son at the holy place and the Balmiki Ashram are both in Nepal. The Nepalese Prime Minister defended his words by saying how Lord Shri Ram traveled to Janakpuri (in Nepal) (from Ayodhya in India), At that time the means of transport were not available. He further said how Lord Sri Ram (from Ayodhya in India) could know about Janakpuri without a telephone or mobile phone. By changing the Indian epic “Ramayana” in which Lord Rama was born in the city of Ayodhya in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, the Nepalese Prime Minister’s intentions are quite clear as he is spoiling relations with India under the influence of China.
  8. United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and India to launch UNICEF’s “#Reimagine Campaign” to support the most vulnerable population and children during the ongoing COVID-19 response Joined hands with Industry (FICCI). Their action plan will be based on the document that the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and UNICEF have jointly developed for governments and businesses to support in the aftermath of the epidemic.
  9. Israeli Assault rifle – Arad and Carmel – are going to be made in India. These assault weapons will be manufactured under the “Make in India” campaign in Madhya Pradesh, where Israel Weapons Systems set up a plant in 2017 under a joint venture named PLR Systems. Punj Lloyd initially had a 51% stake in the joint venture but was later bought out by a company called Forces Systems India Pvt Ltd, after the industry group faced a debt problem.
  10. Researchers from the “University of Sydney” and a few other institutions are developing an app called Paddy watch as a ‘real-time monitoring platform’ for rice fields. The project has been initiated in collaboration with ‘Google Earth’ and ‘Group on Earth Observations- GEO’. Countries like India, China, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Vietnam are also supporting the development of the app. It is the first app to do ‘real-time monitoring’ of the paddy field, which will provide accurate information about the amount of paddy planting and harvesting. Accurate and up-to-date information on how much paddy crop has been planted in a cropping season will be available on the app. For this, real-time “land use” data will be obtained through ‘Google Earth’, whose countries are involved in app creation, such as India,
  11. The National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) on 13 July announced a loan of Rs 5000 crore to banks and financial institutions, with the help of which they will provide loan assistance to the beneficiaries of water harvesting sector projects. This will help the beneficiaries of 2,150 watershed development projects. NABARD has also decided to provide additional funding of Rs 5,000 crore for converting Primary Agricultural Cooperative Credit Societies (PACS) into multi-service centers. NABARD organized the first ‘Digital Chaupal’ on Monday on the occasion of its 39th Foundation Day.
  12. In India, the number of malnourished people has fallen by 60 million in the last decade. According to a United Nations report, it was 21.7 percent from 2004 to 2006, which decreased to 14 percent in 2017-19. The ‘Food Safety and Nutrition Status in the World’ report released on Monday said that the problem of dwarfism in children has reduced but obesity is increasing among the adults of the country. The most authoritative global study that monitors progress towards eradicating hunger and malnutrition, states that the number of malnourished people in India stood at 24.94 crores between 2004-06 and fell to 18.92 crores in 2017-19. Percentage-wise, the prevalence of malnutrition in the total population of India was 21 in 2004-06. Reduced from 7 percent to 14 percent in 2017-19. Reduction in malnutrition has been observed in East and South Asia. The two largest economies of the entire continent are dominated by China and India. In India, the problem of dwarfness in children below five years has also come down from 47.8 percent in 2012 to 34.7 percent in 2019 i.e. in 2012 this problem was in 6.2 crore children, which decreased to 4.03 crore in 2019. Most Indian adults became obese between 2012 and 2016.
  13. A comprehensive exercise for mapping of crops under the Ryutu Bharosa Kendra (RBK) in the state has started in Andhra Pradesh from 13 July 2020. The officials of the revenue and agriculture department of the Andhra Pradesh government are tasked to jointly record the details of the crops sown by each farmer in the state online. Based on the data obtained from electronic crop registration, seeds of crops will be made available or supplied. Also, this data of online registration will help the state government in schemes and initiatives such as interest-free loans, crop insurance, Ryutu Bharosa, MSP-MSP, etc.
  14. Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh addressed street vendors in the state through video conferencing on July 12, 2020. He informed that Madhya Pradesh has so far approved an interest-free loan of about Rs 15.50 crore to 15,500 street vendors in the state and Madhya Pradesh tops the implementation of Prime Minister Street Vendors Self-Reliance Fund (PM SVANidhi). As of 12 July 2020, 8,70,300 street vendors have registered themselves under PM SVANidhi. Out of 8,70,300, around 1,76,000 street vendors have been issued identity cards and vending certificates. PM SVANidhi or PM Street Vendors Atmanirbhar Nidhi is a credit facility scheme that will help more than 50 lakh urban and rural street vendors. The scheme will help street vendors resume their livelihoods.
  15. The Union Minister for Road Transport, Highways and MSME, Shri Nitin Gadkari inaugurated and laid the foundation stone for the webcast of various highway projects (11 highway projects) costing around Rs 20 thousand crores under the new Economic Corridor (Economic Corridor) in Haryana. The program was presided over by the Chief Minister of Haryana, Mr. Manohar Lal.
  16. China’s Internet Control and Regulatory Agency – Cyber ​​Space Administration of China have launched a two-month campaign from July 13, 2020, the campaign will promote a healthy online environment for all, websites that have been 18 years old The content is aimed at the base of younger users, they will be monitored and blocked or removed for access in China if necessary. The campaign will be for two months, most websites provide online learning material through live streamlining or video conferencing, they will be tested as a part of the campaign, checked instant messaging tools and entertaining Android applications, etc. Will go. In May 2020, China’s cyberspace administration has also launched a clean Internet campaign, Under which access to a certain number of foreign media websites was blocked in China. Also, social media accounts and applications of foreign media from Chinese social media websites will be closed or removed under this campaign. This campaign will run to the end of the year 2020. Chinese authorities have justified this action as part of security measures for their citizens from the theft of personal information.
  17. Mumbai-based Indian multinational company Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) has become the first Indian company to touch a value of Rs 12 lakh crore. Reliance has become the first Indian company to achieve this feat. The company has become net debt-free ahead of its target of March 2021, following the announcement that Reliance shares saw a sharp jump.
  18. The Rail Coach Factory (Kapurthala), the production unit of the Indian Railways, has developed a “Post Covid Coach”. Improving the design of this “post-Corona special coach”, the coach also features titanium die-oxide coating in addition to handsfree facilities, copper-coated railings and chutneys, and plasma air purifiers for Covid-free passenger travel.
  19. IIT Kanpur has developed an ultraviolet sanitizing product called “Shudh”. This device is capable of disinfecting a room of 10X10 square feet in just 15 minutes. Disinfection assistant, SHUDH is smartphone-powered and easy to use. It has six UV lights. Each UV light is 15 watts. This device can be used to assist in highly prone locations such as hotels, hospitals, malls, offices, and schools.
  20. Former Australia captain and Crystal Palace midfielder Mile Jedinak retired from professional football at the age of 35. Jedinak announced his retirement on his official Instagram handle.
  21. Mobile operator Bharti Airtel has introduced a video conferencing platform “Airtel BlueJeans” in partnership with US giant telecom company “Verizon”. Airtel’s video conferencing app will challenge Reliance Industries’ “JioMeet”. This feature of Airtel is initially available only to enterprise customers.
  22. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has won a major victory against the World Sports Group (WSG) in a 10-year-old case. On 28 June 2010, the BCCI terminated the IPL’s agreement with the Overseas Media Rights with the WSG. The Supreme Court’s retired justices Sujata Manohar, M Sharma, and SS Najjar’s tribunal have upheld the Cricket Board’s decision. Senior advocate Raghu Raman, who represented the board in front of the tribunal in the dispute, said the verdict has proved that former IPL commissioner Lalit Modi had cheated the BCCI by colluding with WSG officials. The board complained to the Chennai police in 2010 of this fraud.
  23. The Ministry of AYUSH has announced the names of winners of the My-Life My Yoga video blogging competition. The announcement of this global competition on the digital platform was launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 31 May on the occasion of the sixth International Yoga Day. There are six categories in this competition. Ashwath Hegde and Rajni Gehlot have been declared the first winners in the professional category. Rajpal Singh Arya and Shaily Prasad are the first in the person category. Pranay Sharma and Navya S. H. have secured the first position in the youth category.
  24. The Union Minister for Human Resource Development, Mr. Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ issued ‘Pragyata’ (PRAGYATA) guidelines on digital education through an online medium in New Delhi. Enlightenment guidelines include eight stages of online / digital education- Plan- Review- System- Guidance- Yak (talk) – Assign- Track- Appreciation. These eight guide the planning and implementation of digital education in a phased manner with examples.

Recommended Screen Time




Before primary

No more than 30 minutes each day fixed to interact and guide parents.


Classes 1 to 12

It is recommended to adopt/adapt NCERTK alternative academic calendar at http://ncert.nic.in/aac.html


Classes 1 to 8

Online synchronous studies cannot be conducted for more than two sessions of 30-45 minutes on the day fixed for online classes for primary classes by the States / UTs.


Class 9 to 12

No more than four synchronous sessions of 30-45 minutes each day can be conducted online as well as on scheduled days by the States / UTs.




  • PDF Name: 16 July 2020 current affairs in English pdf
  • Type – One Liner
  • PDF Size: 756 KB
  • No Of Pages: 04 Pages
  • No. of Question: 24
  • 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