Current Affairs For 28 July 2015 Updates

current affairs updates 27 july  2015

Terrorist attacked in Gurdspur Punjab

After nearly 12 hours, the Gurdaspur terror attack in Punjab’s Dinanagar town came to an end on Monday evening as state police killed all three terrorists in counter-operation.

The Missile Man & Ex president APJ Abdul Kalam Passed Away

John Sailo Ryntathiang, director of the Bethany Hospital, said Kalam was brought “almost dead”. They Died On Monday evening after collapsing during a lecture at the IIM-Shillong.

Rajesh Exports buys world’s largest gold refining company Valcambi for Rs 2,560 cr

Jewellery company Rajesh Exports Ltd on Monday said that it has bought Valcambi, the world’s largest gold refining company, in an all-cash deal worth $400 million ( Rs 2560 crore).


Indian women wrestling team wins silver medal in the Kazakhstan Presidential Cup

Indian women’s wrestling team has won the silver medal after finishing second in the fifth Senior International Wrestling Tournament (also known as Cup of the President of Republic of Kazakhstan).


Anand Krishnamurthy appointed CEO and MD of CSB bank

Anand Krishnamurthy is now the new MD and CEO of Catholic Syrian Bank (CSB) replacing Rakesh Bhatia who had quit due to personal reason. This appointment was done by the board of directors of CSB among the three named sent to RBI.

Maharashtra govt to develop six solar cities targeting solar capacity of 7,500 MW

Maharashtra government has placed a comprehensive plan to develop six solar cities in order to add solar capacity of 7,500 MW in the state.


Axis Bank signs $200-mn loan agreement with ADB

Axis Bank today signed a USD 200-million, seven-year bilateral loan agreement with the Asian Development Bank.


The sixteenth anniversary of the Indian victory in the 1999 Kargil war

The sixteenth anniversary of the Indian victory in the 1999 Kargil war was celebrated across the country on 26th July.

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