Current Events July 1: Stay update with News
Current Events July 1
Current Events July 1: Stay update with News
Two building clusters of Victorian Gothic and Art Deco architectural styles in Mumbai, Maharashtra were jointly inscribe in UNESCO World Heritage List.
The decision taken during 42nd session of UNESCO World Heritage Committee (WHC) in Manama, Bahrain. Moreover this recognition will push country’s financial capital high on global cultural map.
Madhya Pradesh Government has conferred prestigious National Kalidas Samman on artist Anjolie Ela Menon for her contribution to visual arts.
The award confer in recognition of her insightful and sensitive portrayal of the identity and spirit of women through her meaningful paintings in a variety of media.
She is count among India’s most accomplished artists.
Meanwhile Anjolie is recipient of numerous national and international awards including the Padma Shri. She recently received a doctorate from Rabindra Bharati University.
The 9th Heads of Mission Conference held in New Delhi from June 30-July 2, 2018. It inaugurated by External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj. The conference comes at the time when India is monitoring several important global developments. In addition its including sanctions imposed by United States on Russia and Iran, and China’s new assertiveness in Indo-Pacific region.
The Banks Board Bureau (BBB) has recommend 15 executive directors to be elevate as managing directors (MD) at various public sector banks (PSBs).
It head by former Department of Personnel and Training Secretary B P Sharma.
These recommendations based on interactions by BBB and are subject to various clearances.
Finally the Appointments Committee of Cabinet (ACC) head by Prime Minister will take the final decision in this regard.
The International Day of Parliamentarism is observe every year on June 30 across the globe.
It with an aim to recognise role of parliaments in national plans and strategies and in ensuring greater transparency and accountability at national and global levels.
Firstly the year 2018 marks first celebration of International Day of Parliamentarism.
The day celebrates parliaments, as the cornerstone of democracy and as institutions designed to improve the the lives of the people they represent.
Moreover It is also provides opportunity for parliaments to take stock, identify challenges, and ways to address them effectively.
The Government of India has announce that 1st of July shall be commemorate as ‘GST Day’.
Union Minister for Railways, Coal, Finance & Corporate Affairs Mr Piyush Goyal presided over as the Chief Guest of the event and Minister of State for Finance.
Firstly the government of India is celebrating the 1st Anniversary of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) coming into force on 1st July 2017.
Meanwhile all the other States (except Jammu & Kashmir) and Union territories with legislature have passed their respective SGST Acts.
The Maharashtra government announce a new scheme called ‘Kanya Van Samruddhi Yojana’, .
Its for farmers families where girl children are born will be give saplings for plantation.
The scheme is aim at empowering women and promoting tree plantation.
Meanwhile the scheme get approve in the cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis.
Asia’s first arbitration centre specialise in intellectual property is slate to open in Tokyo in September 2018 .
It to resolve the growing number of disputes in the region.
The International Arbitration Centre in Tokyo (IACT) set to have around a dozen arbitrators from around the world.
It would try to resolve disputes within a period of one year.
With the persistent decline in poverty, India is no longer a nation having the largest number of poor people in the world.
According to a study published by the US-based think tank, Brookings.
In addition Nigeria has already overtaken India as the country with the largest number of extreme poor in early 2018. The Democratic Republic of the Congo could soon take over the number 2 spot.
The study, title as ‘The start of a new poverty narrative’ and publish in the Brookings’ blog, is author by Homi Kharas, Kristofer Hamel and Martin Hofer.
The ISSF Junior World Cup 2 concluded in Suhl, Germany.
761 junior shooters gathered and competed in 22 Rifle, Pistol and Shotgun events — both individual and team.
They represented 61 countries, piling up the impressive total of 1544 starts: the highest number in the history of the Junior World Cup.
Meanwhile India and the People’s Republic of China battled all along the competition for the top position in the medal board.
But eventually taken by the Indian National Team with 26 total medals: 15 golds, two silvers and nine bronzes.
Janardan Singh Gehlot elected the president of the International Kabaddi Federation (IKF) for the next four years.
It announced after the Annual General Congress (AGC) of the federation, conducted in Dubai, the UAE.