Daily Current Affairs 02 August 2020 – Current affairs is all about discussion of news stories that have recently occurred or are ongoing all around the world at the time of broadcast. We cover all the information that related to National, international, sports, important Days, appointments, agreements, obituary etc.
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Daily Current Affairs 02 August 2020
- Indo Tibetan Border Police became the first Central Armed Police Force to have supplies from the Khadi & Village Industries Commission, KVIC.
- ‘Ek Mask-Anek Zindagi’ public awareness campaign started in Madhya Pradesh.
- Indian Express’ Dipankar Ghose, website PARI chosen for 2020 Prem Bhatia journalism awards.
- China says its Beidou system now fully operational, to challenge US’s GPS.
- Bangladesh to construct modern food storage system with $202 million World Bank financial support.
- Eight core industries’ output shrinks 15% in June.
- Four more states/UTs linked with ‘One Nation One Ration Card’ scheme. (Jammu & Kashmir, Manipur, Nagaland and Uttarakhand)
- IPL 2020 to be played from 19th September to 10th November.
- Indian hockey teams for Tokyo Olympics to join national camp from Aug 4.
GK updates 02 August 2020 Current affairs
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