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Current Affairs 17 July 2020

117th birth Anniversary of Former CM of Tamil Nadu K Kamaraj, observed as Educational Development Day – July 15

NITI Aayog & USAID Co-chaired Sustainable Growth Pillar Meeting; India Energy Modeling Forum Launched

Defence Minister of State Shri Shripad Naik inaugurated 5th edition of conference on Aerospace and Defence Manufacturing Technologies

15th India-EU (Virtual) Summit held virtually; co-chaired by Narendra Modi, Charles Michel & Ursula von der Leyen

Defence Ministry Entrust Power to Armed Force to Make Emergency Purchase Worth Rs.300 crores

Govt to Increase Public Health Expenditure to 2.5% of GDP by 2025

Minister of State for Shipping Mansukh Mandaviya reviews deployment activities of Vallarpadam Terminal, Cochin Port6Atal Innovation Mission Teams with Ministries to Support Startups with COVID-19 Solutions

India & Bhutan Opens New Trade Route to Improve Trade and Connectivity

NABARD Launched Development Projects worth Rs 44 lakhs in Andaman and Nicobar Islands

UNICEF India Partners with SAP India to Provide Career Counselling to Young People

Tunisian Prime Minister Elyes Fakhfakh Resigns july 17 2020

The Committee to Protect Journalists Announced 2020 International Press Freedom Awardees

CCI Approved Acquisition of upto 58.92% Stake in HealthCare Global Enterprises Limited by Aceso

South American country Suriname elects Indian-origin ‘Chan’ Santokhi as President

DRDO developed fully indigenous P7 Heavy Drop System for IL 76 aircraft

DCGI Approves India’s 1st Fully Indigenously Developed Pneumococcal Polysaccharide Conjugate Vaccine

Union Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ E-Launched “Corosure” – World Most Affordable COVID-19 Diagnostic Kit Developed by IIT Delhi

Cochin Shipyard Limited (CSL) to construct world’s 1st fully automatic electric ferries for Norway’s ASKO Maritime

Cartoonist Avad Bin Hassan Jami passes away

Telangana Police launch ‘CybHER’, Virtual Awareness Campaign to Tackle Cyber Crime against Women & Children

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