13 July 2015 Current affairs

13 July 2015 Current affairs

TRENDING

  • #Baahubali: Film Directed by S. S. Rajamouli Breaks Box Office Records on Opening Day
  • Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice: Warner Bros. Releases Trailer for Upcoming Superhero Film
  • ABCD 2: Film’s Stars Host Success Bash After Movie Makes More Than Rs 100 crore
  • Gajendra Chauhan: Bollywood Actors Show Support for Students Protesting Chauhan’s Role as Chairman
  • North India: 4 Killed in Landslides, 1 From Uprooted Tree as Heavy Rains Flood Region, Report Says
  • Bastian Schweinsteiger: Midfielder Agrees to 3-Year Contract With Manchester United
  • Shane Watson: Australia Batsman Given Leg-Before-Wicket Dismissal in Friday’s Ashes Match
  • Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa: New Season of Celebrity Dance Reality Show Premieres on Color
  • Asaram: Witness in Molestation Case Kripal Singh Reportedly Killed in Shooting
  • Bryan Cranston: Actor Makes ‘Your Mother’ Joke During San Diego Comic-Con Panel

India

  • Congress slams BJP amid thaw in Indo-Pak ties
  • Congress gets ammo to bring down House
  • Socio-economic caste census: Numbers not being revealed to hide upper caste dominance in governance?
  • Longest Iftar party in Asia hosted in Srinagar
  • IIT Roorkee upholds decision to expel students; Parents mull action
  • BJP accuses AAP of spreading anarchy
  • Missing parts of Dornier aircraft found off coast of Porto Novo
  • SP mins, MLAs challenge to law, order: Shah
  • KPCC asks its leaders to reach out to farmers
  • CBI to probe businessman’s ‘encounter’ death at Sagar Ratna

 

International

 

  • Typhoon Chan-hom Lands in Eastern China as Flights Canceled
  • Isis claims responsibility for deadly car bomb at Italian Consulate in Cairo
  • Serbian PM forced to flee Srebrenica massacre memorial
  • Aung San Suu Kyi adderesses media
  • 28 killed as Syrian jets bomb IS-held town
  • Boko Haram claims Chad, Nigeria attacks: SITE
  • Ex-Vatican envoy goes on trial in child abuse case
  • Top ISIL commander Hafez Saeed ‘killed in US air strike’
  • ‘Volcano of Fire’ eruption prompts evacuations in western Mexico
  • China: Uighurs deported from Thailand wanted to join jihad
  • Greece debt crisis: Eurozone to resume talks on reforms
  • Six dead in north Mexico gunfight
  • Burundi: Presidential Election Delayed

 

Business

 

  • Greece debt crisis: Eurozone to resume talks on reforms
  • ICICI gets inquiries for sale of its housing finance arm
  • China stocks crash, Vyapam scam, Premji’s charity pledge
  • Tata Steel bags Golden Peacock award
  • Tata Motors to supply 1239 trucks to Army
  • Industrial production growth slows to 2.7% in May 2015
  • Vedanta hopeful of mining resumption in October
  • Xiaomi set to develop e-commerce business model for India soon
  • Despite deficit rain in last month, sowing of kharif crops gains momentum
  • Indirect tax collections up 37.4% in April-June

 

Technology
  • Sony Xperia M4 Aqua Dual: Waterproof Smartphone But Worth The Price?
  • Apple iOS 9 to have special photo albums for screenshots, selfies
  • Xiaomi Mi 5 smartphone to launch on July 15? This is what you can expect
  • Mitsubishi Teases the 2016 Pajero Sport; Will Launch in India Later This Year
  • Telephone connections cross one billion mark in India
  • Xolo to focus on Hive OS; commits investment of Rs. 100 crore: Report
  • Honda targets ‘aspiring’ first time bikers with Livo; price starts Rs 52989
  • Yahoo makes it easy to add photos, GIFs, links with new one-click feature
  • WhatsApp makes it easy to manage groups, archive message from WhatsApp Web
  • Lenovo K3 Note will go on flash sale on July 15 via Flipkart
  • Sudden surge in Instagram followers? Blame a new bug

 

Sports

  • Sania-Hingis win Wimbledon doubles title
  • Unstoppable Williams seals Serena Slam
  • Sumit Nagal reaches Wimbledon boys doubles final
  • The stage is set for another epic final
  • One word explains England’s win
  • IPL fixing probe over, verdict to come on Tuesday
  • Kiwi cricketer slams fastest ever 50
  • Youngster killed in cricket match brawl
  • ‘I hope to do really well for Delhi Dynamos’ – Robin Singh
  • Saurav, Harinder in final
  • Indian women’s team for Volvo International

 

Science

  • Branded Tit- A new butterfly species found in Arunachal
  • NASA Says Global Warming Hidden By Pacific And Indian Oceans
  • Humans can ‘speak’ like bats and dolphins
  • Reduce divide between science and spirituality: Amma
  • NASA picks astronauts for commercial space mission
  • IIT-Delhi to study pollution sources in Ghaziabad
  • Dear Humans, Get Lazy To Get Laid: Koala
  • A Soft, Durable Robots Can Be Made with 3D Printers
  • Self-Driving Taxis Can Change the World of Clean Energy Transport
  • Global climate fund to boost Rwanda green economy
  • Record-Breaking Heavy Rainfall Events Increased Under Global Warming
  • NASA launches Mars Trek to explore the Red Planet in your browser

 

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