Latest Current Affairs 18th July 2018

Agusta Westland Bribery case: SP Tyagi, two cousins in ED chargesheet:Enforcement Directorate files supplementary charge sheet in Agusta Westland bribery case; former Air Force chief SP Tyagi, his two cousins among others named as accused.

India – Nepal reviews progress of all bilateral projects:India and Nepal have reviewed the progress of all bilateral projects since the reciprocal State Visits by the Nepalese Prime Minister K.P.Sharma Oli and Prime Minister Narendra Modi in April-May this year.

Lok Sabha: Discussion on no-confidence motion on Friday:Lok Sabha speaker accepts no confidence motion moved by opposition; announces discussion to be held on Friday; Ahead of the session, Prime Minister says government ready to discuss all issues in Parliament.

Greater Noida building collapse: Rescue work continues:Five dead bodies recovered from debris of collapsed building in Noida; Rescue work continues; UP government orders magisterial enquiry; says culprits will not be spared; 3 arrested so far.

Govt responds to Rahul Gandhi’s letter on Women’s Reservation Bill:On the eve of the monsoon session of Parliament, the issue of women’s reservation has once again been raised. And this time instead of a war of words there is a war of letters.

Government ready to discuss any issue, PM tells opposition as Monsoon Session begins:Ahead of the session, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that as several issues are to be discussed, many experienced leaders can contribute significantly to the discussion and therefore, benefit the country.

PM appeals co-operation of all political parties for parliament session:There were hectic parleys between the government and the opposition on the eve of the Monsoon Session of Parliament.

Nepal: 7 killed in road accident in Rukum East:In Nepal at least 7 persons have died and 4 others injured in a road accident in Rukum East district.

Thousands of Japan’s flood survivors await aid as they wait in evacuation centres:Some Japanese residents in flood-hit Kurashiki City in western Japan returned home to clear debris, while thousands remain in evacuation centers awaiting help.

Families of rescued Thai cave boys prepare for their homecoming:The families of Thailand’s rescued cave boys are preparing for their boys to come home and are excited to see them again after nearly a month.

SBI organises Kisan Mela to educate farmers on financial literacy:In a major farmer outreach, Kisan Mela is being organised at SBI’s rural and semi-urban branches across the country to impart financial literacy to farmers.

Trade tensions biggest risk to global growth: IMF chief economist:Trade tensions are posing the biggest risk to global growth, said chief economist of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) Maurice Obstfeld on Monday.

Javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra strikes gold at Sotteville athletics meet:India’s javelin star, Neeraj Chopra struck Gold in the Sotteville Athletics meet in France on Tuesday night. Chopra, who had won the gold medal at the Commonwealth Games earlier this year, threw 85.17 metres to bag the top prize.

Pant gets maiden call; Shami back for first 3 England Tests:Explosive wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant was on Wednesday picked as the second choice stumper as the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) recalled pacer Mohammed Shami in the 18-member squad for the first three Tests of the five-match rubber against England.

Lankan govt expresses dismay at ICC decision to suspend cricket captain, coach & manager:Sri Lankan government has expressed dismay at International Cricket Council (ICC) decision to suspend Sri Lankan Cricket team captain Dinesh Chandimal alongwith team coach and manager for four ODIs and both Tests against South Africa on charges of ball tampering.

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