Current Affairs Updates For 31 July 2015

World Student Day On Kalam's Birthday

UN declared Dr APJ Abdul Kalam’s 79th birthday as World Students’ Day

15 October will be observed as World Students’ Day, Father of India’s military missile program, died on Monday this week at IIM Shillong, Kalam served as President of India from 2002 to 2007


Kalam buried with full state honours

The mortal remains of former President APJ Abdul Kalam, who passed away on Monday, was laid to rest with full state honours, including a 21-gun salute at his native island town, Rameswaram, in Tamil Nadu on Thursday afternoon.

Anuradha Roy’s ‘Sleeping on Jupiter’ shortlisted for Man Booker Prize.

Indian writer Anuradha Roy’s latest work on the malaise of sexual abuse in India has been shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize 2015.


Procter & Gamble (P&G) appoints David Taylor as its new CEO

Procter & Gamble (P&G) has appointed its company veteran David Taylor as the new CEO by replacing A G Lafley on 29 July 2015


Kotak bank launches ‘Kotak Bharat’ mobile banking app for ‘un-banked’ regions.

Kotak Mahindra Bank (KMB) launched a mobile banking app ‘Kotak Bharat’ aiming to provide mobile banking services to customers in the remotest regions of India.


Flipkart launches ‘India Art House’ for handicraft lovers

E-commerce major Flipkart on July 30 launched India Art House, an exclusive online store offering sellers a platform to promote regional products


Paytm bags BCCI sponsorship rights

Mobile marketplace and payments site Paytm has bagged the title sponsorship rights of BCCI (Board of Control for Cricket in India) for Rs. 203 crore.


World Hepatitis Day observed

World Hepatitis Day observed on 28th July in all over the World under the theme of ‘Prevent Hepatitis’. World Hepatitis Summit will take place in September 2015 at Glasgow, Scotland.

Windows 10 launched


‘Windows 10’, the latest edition of Microsoft’s Windows operating system, launched in all over the World on 29th July 2015. The Headquarter of Microsoft is in Redmond, WA, USA.

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