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World’s first 3D-printed steel bridge opens in Amsterdam

Jul 23, 2021
World’s first 3D-printed steel pedestrian bridge opened on the Oudezijds Achterburgwal canal in the city of Amsterdam. Read all you need to know.

Third wave of COVID-19 likely to hit India by Sept-Oct, vaccine for children to be out soon: AIIMS Director

Jul 23, 2021
AIIMS director stressed that studies show that children also got the infection to a large extent in the first and second wave of COVID-19  but they had a milder infection and recovered from it. The children were shown to have up to 60 percent antibodies in their study. 

China’s President Xi Jinping makes surprise visit to Tibet- How it can impact India?

Jul 23, 2021
While heavy security is expected for a visit by the Chinese President anywhere, it is highly unusual that even Chinese State Media has not reported about his visit to Lhasa and Nyingtri, even though 2 days have already passed since he arrived.

Current Affairs in Short: 22 July 2021

Jul 22, 2021
Researchers at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Ropar, have devised AMLEX, a first-of-its-kind oxygen rationing device.

Tokyo Olympic 2020 Quiz: Check Important Questions and Answers related to Olympic Games

Jul 22, 2021
Today's Olympic quiz covers questions and answers related to Tokyo Olympics 2020 including Tokyo Olympic Opening Ceremony Date, Indian contingent size and Indian track and field athletes among others. 

Top 5 Current Affairs: 22 July 2021

Jul 22, 2021
UNESCO has removed Liverpool from its list of World Heritage Sites because of the concerns over new buildings that are being planned in the city.

15,000‑year-old viruses discovered in melting Tibetan Glaciers: Know why is this alarming!

Jul 22, 2021
Most of these viruses are unlike any viruses that have been cataloged to date, as they have been remained frozen for thousands of years. The study findings were published in a science journal- Microbiome.

China Floods: China sees heaviest rain in 1,000 years, what caused it?

Jul 22, 2021
China’s central Henan province witnesses the heaviest rainfall in 1,000 years. Zhengzhou City recorded 617.1 mm rainfall in three days. Read all you need to know.

Giant stadium-sized asteroid hurtling towards the Earth: All you need to know

Jul 22, 2021
The giant asteroid is expected to fly past Earth on Saturday, July 24 in Europe, which would be early morning on Sunday, July 25 in Indian Standard Time.

DRDO successfully tests New Generation Akash Missile off Odisha coast

Jul 22, 2021
DRDO has successfully flight-tested the indigenously developed low weight, fire & forget Man-Portable Anti-Tank Guided Missile (MPATGM) and a New Generation Akash Missile (AKASH-NG) a Surface to Air missile.

IMF estimates 2021 global growth forecast at 6 per cent: IMF Managing Director

Jul 22, 2021
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) estimated that the global growth for 2021 will be approximately 6 per cent, but some countries are growing faster and other more slowly. Read to know why.

Top EU court allows employers to ban Muslim women from wearing headscarves at work- All you need to know

Jul 22, 2021
The European Court of Justice, in its ruling, has laid down that the employers need to show a genuine need for the ban on headscarves- this can be the legitimate wishes of the customers, or to present a neutral image towards the customers or for preventing social disputes.

Explained: What makes NASA’s new spacecraft NEA Scout special?

Jul 22, 2021
NEA Scout will be flying to space on Artemis I, which will be the first uncrewed test flight of the SLS rocket and the Orion spacecraft. Read more to know what makes NASA’s new spacecraft NEA Scout special?

Brisbane to host 2032 Olympics, Games return to Australia after 32 years: All you need to know!

Jul 22, 2021
Brisbane was awarded the hosting rights after it won the vote 72-5 at the IOC meeting held ahead of the Tokyo Olympic Games Opening Ceremony. This was just a formal decision though as Brisbane was almost decided as the host of the 2032 Olympics edition months ago. 

Government to establish Indian Institute of Heritage in Noida

Jul 22, 2021
The Indian Institute of Heritage in Noida will be a world-class university that will focus on the conservation and research in India’s rich tangible heritage.

Ariel Henry appointed as new Prime Minister of Haiti

Jul 22, 2021
Ariel Henry has been appointed as the new Prime Minister of Haiti, amid the political turmoil due to the assassination of President Jovenel Moise. Read all you need to know.

UNESCO removes Liverpool from UNESCO world heritage list: Know why here

Jul 22, 2021
Liverpool has been removed from the list due to concerns over new buildings that are being planned in the city, which as per the UNESCO World Heritage Committee will undermine the Victorian heritage of the site. 

Tokyo Olympics 2020 India Athletes: List of Indian track and field athletes qualified for Olympic Games

Jul 22, 2021
Javelin throwers Neeraj Chopra and Shivpal Singh show promising medal hope in athletics at the Tokyo Olympics 2020. Know your athletes who will be representing India at the Olympic Games.

Farm laws: 200 Farmers get go ahead for protest at Jantar Mantar everyday, heavy security ahead of agitation

Jul 22, 2021
Farmers' Protest: The farmers get the go-ahead to stage protests from July 22 to August 9, 2021, subject to the participation of a maximum of 200 protestors per day from 11 am to 5 pm. 

Current Affairs in Short: 21 July 2021

Jul 21, 2021
The Indian Council of Medical Research on July 20, 2021 suggested reopening of primary schools first before opening secondary schools in India.

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