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Current Affairs for the Month - July 2017

  • 18 Jul 2017

    UK's first woman Sikh MP Preet Kaur Gill elected to Home affairs in UK Parliament
  • Britain's first woman Sikh MP Preet Kaur Gill elected to UK parliament that examines the working of the home office. Preet Kaur Gill won the Edgbaston seat for the labour party in June 8th general election.

  • SBI launches SBI Realty Portal
    SBI Realty portal is a place where the customer can look for a good home under the 3000 projects approved by SBI. The services can be attained at www.sbirealty.in.

  • First bio-methane bus by Tata Motors
    Tata Motors has invented its first Bio Methane bus or Bio CNG bus. The new bio methane engines were introduced as a part of Bio energy programme called Urja Utsav.

  • Scientists develop 3D printed silicone heart
    Scientists develop a 3D printed heart that beats like a real one. It is step closer to replace a artificial heart than the need of a heart transplant.

  • Reliance Industries market cap crosses Rs 5 lakh Cr
  • Reliance Industries has crossed Rs 5 lakh crore in market capitalisation for the first time in trading history. It has broken the record of TCS which is now the second most valuable company in terms of market capitalisation.

  • 17 Jul 2017

    SOHUM: An innovative new-born screening device
  • It is an indigenously developed device by the School of International Bio design (SIB). School of International Bio design is a flagship programme of the Department of Biotechnology. It is a start up to develop innovative and affordable medical devices as per unmet clinical needs of India, and to develop the next generation medical technology innovators in India.

  • National Malaria elimination plan
    Indian government has started a National Fight Plan against Malaria. The plan was initiated after the reports pointed out that 89% of Malaria cases in South East Asia reports from India.

  • Strong artificial silk developed
    Scientists from University of Cambridge has developed strong artificial silk using soupy hydro gel which is 98%water in the model of spider silk. The synthetic spider silk mimics properties of natural spider silk.

  • Indian sea bed rich in minerals: GSI
  • Scientists of Geological Survey of India finds that the Indian sea bed is rich in plenty of minerals. It has established the occurrence of more than 10,000 million minerals within the Exclusive Economic Zone of India.

  • IBBI lists rules for bankruptcy
    The insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India has notified regulations for inspection and investigation of service providers registered with it. IBBI has also powers to intimate them without their permission.

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