Current Affairs - July, 2011

Current Affairs : July 23, 2011

Polio campaign: International experts exalts India International experts have praised India for having just one case of polio in the first 6 months of 2011 As per them, India has run very high quality vaccination campaigns They, however, added that a plan to rid the world of polio by the end of next year is ..

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Current Affairs : July 22, 2011

‘Prahaar’ missile successfully test-fired India successfully conducted the first test-fire of its indigenously developed surface-to-surface guided short-range, solid fueled, quick-reaction, tactical missile, Prahaar (Sanskrit:प्रहार , Strike) from the Integrated Test Range (ITR) of Chandipur, off Odisha coast The missile test fired from the Launch Complex-III of the ITR at 0810 hours The uniqueness of the missile ..

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Current Affairs: July 21, 2011

All India Police Radio Officers Conference 28th All India Police Radio Officers Conference 2011 was inaugurated in New Delhi by the Union Minister of State for Home Affairs, Mr. M. Ramachandran Conference organized by Directorate of Coordination Police Wireless, MHA Mr. Ramachandran laid stress on a focused role for the Police Communication organizations to address ..

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Current Affairs: July 20, 2011

31 FDI proposals approved by the Government Government approved 31 foreign direct investment (FDI) proposals worth Rs. 3,844.70 Crore A total of 55 FDI proposals were taken up by the Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB) Guidelines for Infrastructure Debt Fund soon to be issued by the Government Guidelines for Infrastructure Debt Fund (IDF) will soon ..

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Current Affairs : July 19, 2011

India, Sri Lanka to jointly find a Solution to the problems related to fishing communities India and Sri Lanka to work out a “practical arrangement” to help fishing communities of both sides to live peacefully During the last couple of years, several instances reported where fishermen from both sides have crossed into each others’ territory ..

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