Monthly Current Affairs July 2016 “INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS” key points to Remember.
Obama Signs Bill Easing Access To Govt Records
US Launches Scholarship Program For Afghan Women
Istanbul Ataturk Airport Attack: Deaths Rise To 42 As Turkey Mourns
Putin Extends Russia’s Western Food Embargo Until End Of 2017
International Solar Alliance Cell And World Bank Signs Declaration For
Promoting Solar Energy
India & Cyprus iron out DTAA issues
Sri Lanka government consulted us on OMP bill: TNA
India’s rank falls to 75 on money in Swiss banks
Saudi to further expand China energy investments
Exercise RIPMAC 2016 begins
Abu Dhabi merger to create $175 billion bank
California signs gun control measures into law
Paris bans old vehicles to curb air pollution
UNHRC resolves against internet restrictions
France offers €1 billion to revive India’s combat jet engine project
China’s Yuan hits new 5-1/2 year low
World’s oldest bank’s shares hit record low
World’s tallest bonfire set ablaze in Norway
Nikola Tesla’s statue provides free Wi-Fi
Theresa May wins first 1st round of UK Conservative Party Leadership vote
China inducts its largest home grown military transport plane
S&P cuts Australia’s credit rating outlook to negative
Liberty Park opens at World Trade Center in NY
UK poised to have first woman PM since Margaret Thatcher
NATO Summit begins in Warsaw; Afghan forces, IS militants on agenda
Russian leader Putin signs ‘Big Brother’ law
Sweden pays students to attend secondary school
Obama to travel to Poland, Spain to attend NATO Summit
US, S Korea to deploy missile defence system
France gets 1st floating hotel ‘OFF Paris Seine’
China: Red alert issued as typhoon ‘Nepartak’ approaches coast
IMF sets $5.3 billion programs for Iraq
NATO Summit 2016 concluded in Warsaw
China completes Asia’s longest single cave, double track tunnel
US’ Charleston named World’s Best City
US introduces bill to prevent Indian firms from hiring on H-1B, L1 visas
Pound becomes 2016’s worst performing currency
Bosnia gets travelling ‘War Childhood Museum’
China launches drive to protect hospital staff
Gambia’s President announces child marriage ban
Shinzo Abe’s party attains majority in Upper House of National Diet
6.4 magnitude earthquake hits Ecuador’s northwest coast
Australia’s PM Malcolm Turnbull declares victory in election
Harry Potter exhibition being held in Belgium
England to host Farnborough Air show from July 11
World’s tallest water coaster comes up in US
South Sudan’s President orders ceasefire after days of fighting
British PM David Cameron to tender his resignation tomorrow
Theresa May to become UK’s second female PM
Tokyo houses world’s first Snoopy Museum
US announces to provide funding for Afghan Forces by 2020
7,500 musicians set record for largest orchestra
Premier arrives in Mongolia for official visit, Asia-Europe summit
Peru declares Zika emergency across northern half of the country
China has no historic rights over South China Sea: Hague Tribunal
11th ASEM summit begins in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
China’s GDP grows by 6.7% in April-June quarter
US to offer Russia military coordination on Syria
Mud City in Mali added to UNESCO endangered list
Emergency in France extended by 3 more months
US 1st to open high-band spectrum for 5G network
Bullet trains cross at record speed of 420 kmph
Nepal PM to face no-confidence motion
Adults-only ice cream van launched in UK
UK PM Theresa May rebuilds cabinet for EU exit
S Korea sets up task force for menu translations
UNESCO adds 9 sites to ‘World Heritage List’
UNESCO names ‘World Heritage Sites in Danger’
China to conduct 3-day military drill in South China Sea
Digital art exhibition opens in Tokyo
North Korea fires three ballistic missiles into Sea of Japan
India, Malaysia to cooperate on combating ISIS
Morocco seeks to rejoin the African Union
China bans highway testing of autonomous cars
France’s National Assembly votes to extend state of emergency
China to expand its railway network to 150,000 kms by 2020
Republicans nominate Donald Trump for President
Brazil orders indefinite block on WhatsApp
Canada to conduct world’s first Zika vaccine test on humans
Russian PM suspends Deputy Sports Minister YuryNagornykh named in doping report
Turkey declares three-month state of emergency after a failed military coup
2016 set to be world’s hottest year on record: WMO
Amazon’s Jeff Bezos beats Warren Buffett as world’s third richest
Madeira int’l airport to be named after Ronaldo
Russian adventurer FedorKonyukhov breaks world hot air balloon record
Tomorrowland 2016 began in Belgium
ASEAN FMs’ meet begins in Laotian capital of Vientiane
Salzburg Festival begins in Austria
Ronaldo unveils his first hotel in Portugal
World’s largest seaplane unveiled by Chinese state company
India, Mexico target tourism, telecom to boost ties
Nepal PM steps down, country plunged into new political uncertainty
Iraq overtakes Saudi Arabia as India’s top oil seller
BRICS policy planning dialogue meeting in Patna
Hillary Clinton makes history as first female presidential nominee
World Health Organisation declares Brazil free of measles
Tim Kaine Accepts Vice-Presidential Nomination at Democratic National Convention
Indo-US counter-terrorism joint working group to meet today
Indo-Bangla meet: Delhi, Dhaka talk anti-terror cooperation, border management
India to host international summit on tobacco-control
Joint Indo-Thailand Military Exercise ‘Maitree’ culminates