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Latest 10th July 2017 News Updates – National
World Heritage Committee declares Ahmedabad city as a World Heritage City
At the 41st session of World Heritage Committee of Unesco, declares the historic city Ahmedabad as the World Heritage City. The meet was in Krakow, Poland on 8th July 2017. This is for the first time when a city from India gets a world heritage property.
10th July 2017 Current Affairs – International
India and Bangladesh decide to construct a bridge over Khawthlangtuipui river
The two countries India and Pakistan have decided to construct a bridge over the river Khawthlangtuipui in Mizoram. The construction of this bridge is for facilitating the trade and improve the communication between the two neighbouring countries.
Banking – 10th July 2017 Current Affairs
MRP to be sole price of package goods from July 1, 2018
The Consumer Affair Ministry amends the rule that the price of each and every package goods will be completely according to its MRP. Now it will not depend on where you bought them, be it a five-star hotel or a local grocery shop. The retail price shall be the MRP (Maximum Retail Price) that will include all the taxes, with the provision of rounding off the price that would lie nearest to a rupee or 50 paise.
HSBC, Canara, Oriental Bank of Commerce Life Insurance ties up with Dhanlaxmi Bank for marketing bancassurance
One of the private life insurer Canara HSBC Oriental Bank of Commerce Life forms an alliance with a bank named Dhanlaxmi. In this, all the products of life insurance of Canara, Oriental Bank of Commerce Life Insurance will be available to the customers of Dhanlaxmi Bank. The bank staff that has the license will sell it.
10th July 2017 Current Affairs -Economy
The biggest banks of China lost $15 billion value in a week
Since, at least June, the top banks in China including Industrial & Commercial Bank of China Ltd., Agricultural Bank of China Ltd., and Bank of China Ltd. , had their worst performance in the stock market. These banks were among the top banks and the biggest decliners that lost $15 billion.
RBI considers setting up PCR (Public Credit Registry), a bank loan’s extensive database
The Reserve Bank of India considers the setting up of a PCR i.e Public Credit Registry. It is one of the extensive database having all the information of credit. It is only accessible to the stakeholders of the country. This PCR would not only help in the promotion of the financial inclusion in MSMEs. But, it will also reward the borrowers that will impart the credit discipline.
Today’s 10th July 2017 Current Affairs – Awards
Guruswamy Jayaraman, an Indian-origin man awarded highest civilian award of Australia
A 69-year old Indian-origin man who is the resident of Glenwood was migrated from Delhi to Australia in the year 1991. Now, he receives the award of the “Order of Australia” for the community work. This is one of the highest civilian awards in Australia.
Tata Steel bagged the trophy of Prime Minister for ‘Best Integrated Steel Plant’
Tata Steel bagged the trophy of PM for Best Performing Integrated Steel Plant for the year 2013-2014, a Certificate of Excellence for the year 2011-2012 for Best Performing Integrated Steel Plant and the trophy of Steel Ministers for the year 2012-2013.
Important 10th July 2017 Current Affairs – Sports
Harinder Pal Sandhu won the title of South Australian Open Squash.
Harinder Pal Sandhu wins the eight title at the PSA level. It’s the third season after clinching the 2 in Malaysia in May. Sandhu also reached quarterfinals of the Asian Individual Squash Championship in Chennai in the month of April.