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Top 10 CA of 10th July


CURRENT AFFAIRS


 Hi guys it's a very good morning to all of you. As you know in this site i provide you daily Top 10 Current Affairs, are very relevant to the exams. So here are the Top 10 CA of 10th July :

Top 10 Current Affairs of 10th July :

1. Nepal government has banned  almost Indian all news channel except state-owned Doordarshan's news channel due to broadcasting defamatory shows against Nepali PM KP Sharma Oli.

2.Beijing-based Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank(AIIB) has released $50 million loan to L&T Infrastructure Finance Ltd. for funding Renewable Energy projects in the country.

3. Ajit Power, honourable Deputy CM of state Maharashtra has announced a financial boosting aid of ₹8 crore to Chhatrapati Shahu Maharaj Research Training and Human Development Institute (SARTHI) on 9th July.

4. Almost 13lakh Indian army has directed to remove 89 application including Facebook and Instagram from their mobile phones by 15th July. Army Personnel told this decision the major step taken in order to prevent information leak through those apps.

5. India will take quick decision on the inclusion of Australia in the MALABAR exercises with Japan and US by next week. The exercise started in 1992 as a bilateral exercise between India and US ,in 2015 Japan joined as a trilateral format.

6. Australian PM Scott Morison said they were suspending their extradition treaty with Hong Kong, offered visas to residents looking to start a new life , businesses etc.

7. London based oil company BP and India's Reliance Industries Ltd. have joined hand and start of their new Indian fuels and mobility joint venture named as 'Jio-BP'.

8. India based e-commerce company Flipkart group(part of Walmart) has invested ₹260 crore to acquire a minor stake in 'Arvind Youth Brands', a subsidiary of Arvind Fashion Ltd.

9. Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) will launch the first observation satellite named 'Amazonia-1', entirely developed by Brazil probably in next month.

10. America's BofA Securities estimated that India's GDP will contract by 3% in financial year-2021 because of the COVID-19 pandemic, assuming some estimates ranging up to 7% negative growth.
























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