Latest Current Affairs 24th July 2018

Mob lynching incidents should not be politicized: HM Rajnath Singh :- Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh says Mob lynching incidents should not be politicised; says Centre has set up Panel under Union Home Secretary to suggest measures to check incidents of mob lynching across the nation; Adds if need arises, Government will frame law to deal with the Mob violence.

Productive Monday in both the Houses of Parliament :- The week began on a productive note in Lok Sabha. Negotiable Instrument Amendment Bill to deal with cheque bounce cases was passed by the House. The National Council for Teacher Education (Amendment) Bill was also passed in the lower house. The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (Second Amendment) Bill, and The National Sports University Bill 2018 were introduced.

PM Modi addresses Indian Community in Kampala; India-Uganda exchange 3 MoUs :-  The Red carpet rolled out for Prime Minister Narendra Modi as he touched down in Ugandan capital Kampala. Getting straight down to business, Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a one on one meeting with President of Uganda. Delegation-level talks between the two leaders followed. PM Modi announced two Lines of Credit worth nearly $200 mn; PM addressed Indian community in Kampala.

No Sale of BS-VI non-compliant vehicles from April 1, 2020 :- Centre tell SC, Sale and manufacture of BS-VI non-compliant vehicles in India should not be allowed from April 1, 2020; In an affidavit filed in the apex court, Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas said that it would not be possible to segregate pricing of diesel or have a differential pricing mechanism for the fuel for private vehicles.

Mob Lynching: Panel formed to suggest measures :- Centre sets up panel under Union Home Secretary to suggest measures to curb incidents of lynching across the nation; Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh makes the announcement in a statement in Lok Sabha, says the committee will submit its report within a month.

Nepal: Camp office of Indian Embassy in Biratnagar to be shut down from August 1 :- The camp office of Indian Embassy in Biratnagar, Nepal will be closed from August 1.

North Korea begins dismantling nuclear and ballistic missile facilities: Analysis :- North Korea has begun dismantling key facilities at a site used to develop engines for ballistic missiles, according to an analysis of satellite imagery of the location, the first significant step towards denuclearisation following last month’s historic summit between Kim Jong-un and US President Donald.

Loans and deposits of Indians in the Swiss Bank decreased by 34.5% :- Union Minister Piyush Goyal says according to data released by Swiss National Bank, loans and deposits of individual Indians in the bank decreased by 34.5% in the last year compared to the previous year; adds the amount deposited in Swiss National Bank has reduced by 80% between 2014 and 2017 after Modi Government came to power.

HM Rajnath Singh inaugurates 3-day National Traders’ Conclave :- Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Monday inaugurated the 3-day National Traders’ Conclave organised by the Confederation of All-India Traders.

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