Today Top Current Affairs 27 July 2019

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Current Affairs : National 

The printing press heritage gallery of Railway is opened

  • Railways opened the printing press heritage gallery in Mahalaxmi, Mumbai. VP Pathak inaugurated this gallery.
  • this printing press contains a picture of printing and associated machines that are used

Govt wants 40,000 MegaWatt from Solar scheme till 2022

  • Govt has planned to 40,000 MegaWatt by installing Solar till 2022. under this project, Soler will be installed on roof of houses.
  • India produce 1.5 million MW in every year with the help of solar system

Current Affairs : Business and Banking

Rs 2000 Crore’s Power projects of tripura is approved by Asian evelopment Bank

  • ADB sanctioned Rs 2000 crore project in tripura to upgrade power generation .according to project , The capacity of Rokhia Project will be increased to 120MegaWatt from 63MegaWatt. to upgrade system more then Rs 700 crore will be spent on it . for Gumti Hydro Electric Project almost 1225 Rs crore has estimated.

2019 Global Ayurveda Summit will be held in kochi

  • The Global Ayurveda Summit 2019 has four factor that will be focused first is international conference,followed by exposition, next , Start-up contest and last is business meeting .
  • The purpose of organizing this Global Ayurveda Summit is to share ideas and take Ayurveda to the world level. The theme of this event is Ayurved Ayurveda, Startup, Innovation and Branding.

Current Affairs : Appointments and Resigns

Mark Esper will work as a  Pentagon chief

  • The U.S. Senate has appointed ex soldier Mark Esper to take charge as Secretary of Defense.

BS Yediyurappa becomes Chief Minister of Karnataka fourth times

  • After the government collapsed in Karnataka, BS Yeddyurappa took the oath as Karnataka Chief Minister. This is the fourth time in BS Yeddyurappa’s politics when he became CM, an oath ceremony was held at the glass house of Raj Bhavan. Governor Vajubhai Wala administered the oath to BS Yeddyurappa.

in Johnson cabinet , Priti Patel is home secretary

  • Priti Patel of Indian origin has been given the position of Home Secretary in the team of Prime Minister Boris Johnson.She will replace SajidJavid whom has given post in Treasury Department.

Current Affairs : Awards 

Priya darshini won Indian Woman of Influence Award

  • Priya Darshini, a fashionist, social entrepreneur, has been awarded the Indian Women’s Impact Award in the House of Lords London.

Current Affairs : Sports

Byju is now sponsor for indian cricket team

  • a education and learning app Byju has got sponsor with BCCI . Byju will replace Oppo India.

Caeleb Dressel create history in 100m Butterfly

  • Caeleb Dressel has made a history in 100m with 49.50 Butterfly by breaking old record 49.82 of Michael Phelps .Cabel Dresaking This event was conducted in the World Series in the World Series in South Korea.

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Today Top Current Affairs 27 July 2019

Q.1 40,000 MegaWatt from Solar scheme?

Govt has planned to 40,000 MegaWatt by installing Solar till 2022. under this project, Soler will be installed on roof of houses.

Q.2 About Global Ayurveda Summit?

The purpose of organizing this Global Ayurveda Summit is to share ideas and take Ayurveda to the world level. The theme of this event is Ayurved Ayurveda, Startup, Innovation and Branding.

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