Page-30 of Current Affairs - July, 2020

NASA Mission to make it Possible to Hear Sound from Mars

The Perseverance Rover from NASA is going to fulfil a long-pending wish of mankind to hear sounds from the red planet, Mars. Eight missions so far have returned from the planet with pictures and images but not a single mission has been able to capture the sound from Mars. The Perseverance Rover is going to ..

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UNGA to Go Virtual, First Time in 75 years

The United Nations has decided to hold the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in 2020 in the virtual mode in the wake of the deadly coronavirus in all the parts of the world. The leaders from all the 193 member countries will submit pre-recorded video statements for the assembly session to be held in September ..

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High-Tech Poly Houses Constructed in J & K to boost Vegetable Cultivation

The Jammu and Kashmir Government has constructed new high-tech poly-houses in Srinagar in order to boost the cultivation of vegetables in the UT. These high-tech houses have been constructed under the Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojana Program sponsored by the central government and they have latest features such as humidity control, a fogger system, temperature controller ..

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Medium Term Growth in India to Remain Undisturbed: IHS Markit

A study published by IHS Markit has projected that the medium-term growth outlook for India is to remain favourable, even though the gross domestic product will tumble in the current financial year due to the coronavirus-induced recession in the country. The outlook is because of the large and fast-growing middle class in India that will ..

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TikTok banned on Government Devices in the US

The US Senate Panel has approved a bill with the condition that the US Federal employees will not be allowed to use the China-owned mobile video application, TikTok, effective immediately. The bill coming from Senator Josh Hawley was passed unanimously by the US Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs. Now it will have ..

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