Daily Current Affairs 15 July 2020| GK updates

By | July 15, 2020

Daily Current Affairs 15 July 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.

Now a days, Knowledge on current affairs is compulsory. It plays an important role in one’s life especially for those who are preparing for Competitive Exams. Here we are providing Daily Current affairs on daily basis, GK updates 15 July 2020. It will be very helpful to the Exam aspirants to prepare the notes.

Daily Current Affairs 15 July 2020

  • World Youth Skills Day 2020: July 15
  • Google to invest Rs 33,737 crore for 7.73% stake in Jio Platforms
  • Tata’s Chandrasekaran, Lockheed’s Taiclet to receive USIBC Global Leadership Award
  • IIT Delhi develops extremely affordable COVID-19 test kit; Price range around Rs 650
  • AAI, BEL sign MoU for co-operation in civil aviation sector
  • HRD Minister releases guidelines for online education ‘Pragyata’
  • Ved Parkash Dudeja, vice chairman, RLDA awarded ‘Infra Business Leader of the Year’
  • Madhya Pradesh emerges on top in implementing PM Svanidhi scheme
  • Indian Railways creates ‘post-Covid coach’ to ensure safer journey
  • Election Commissioner Ashok Lavasa appointed ADB vice-president

 GK updates 15 July 2020 Current affairs

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