Current Affairs July 18 and 19, 2021 PDF Download!!!

Current Affairs July 18 and 19, 2021 PDF Download!!!
Current Affairs July 18 and 19, 2021 PDF Download!!!

Current Affairs July 18 and 19, 2021 PDF Download!!!

Current Affairs – July 18 and 19 PDF Download. Current Affairs is the key element of Government Entrance Exams including banking, SSC, UPSC, Railways, and other government jobs. This portion must be adequately prepared by all applicants studying for the upcoming exams in 2021. This page will be updated with current events and GK facts on a daily and monthly basis. Keep up with latest events in the country and around the world to help you prepare for forthcoming government exams.


Quartet Federation

  • The United States, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Uzbekistan have agreed to form a new quartet to improve transport links between the two countries.
  • The quadrilateral consortium will be formed with the aim of expanding trade, establishing transport links and establishing trade relations between companies from regional countries.

Union Minister Jaishankar unveiled a statue of Mahatma Gandhi in Georgia

  • The statue of Mahatma Gandhi was unveiled by Union Foreign Minister S. Jaisankar in Georgia. The ceremony was held at Tbilisi Park, accompanied by Georgian Foreign Minister David Salcaliani.
  • During his two-day voyage to Georgia, Queen Gatteven handed over 17th-century monuments to Georgia and the people of Georgia at a ceremony in Tbilissi.
  • Georgia
  • Capital: Tbilisi
  • Currency: Georgian lorry
  • Prime Minister: Irakli Karibashvili
  • Chairman: Salom Sarabichvili

UNICEF Managing Director Henrietta Fore resigns

  • United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has accepted the resignation of Henrietta Forin as Executive Director of the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF).
  • UNICEF – United Nations Children’s Fund
  • Headquarters: New York, USA
  • Managing Director: Henrietta Holmesman Four
  • UNICEF Representative in India: Dr. Yasmin Ali Haq


Parliamentary Rainy Season Meeting Series

  • Parliamentary monsoon session begins today and ends on August 13. Various issues are to be discussed.
  • The audience is not allowed in this meeting. 40 people from 33 parties are attending.
  • The federal government plans to pass 29 bills in this session.
  • 3 of these bills will be an alternative to the recently enacted emergency laws.
  • One of these is the “Essential Security Services Emergency Act – 2021” – which prohibits those involved in essential security services from engaging in insurgency and strike.
  • It is important to note here that emergency laws in general can be confusing if the bill is not formally filed and enacted within 6 weeks of the commencement of the parliamentary session.

The central government plans to run 10 new Vande Bharat trains

  • The Central Government plans to run 10 new Vande Bharath trains between 40 major cities in the country.
  • There are currently 2 Vande Bharath trains operating in our country.
  • Considered to be the fastest train in India, the Vande Bharat Express can reach speeds of up to 160 kmph.
  • Made with 16 refrigerators, the train can carry 1128 passengers. The train also has various facilities including GPS and hotspot.
  • Accordingly, last year the Central Government entered into an agreement with Hyderabad-based Mehta Servotrives Ltd. to manufacture another 44 Vande Bharat Express trains.

Dowry prevention officers have been appointed in Kerala

  • Dowry Prevention Rules in Kerala have been amended and Dowry Prevention Officers have been appointed in all districts.
  • Child Welfare Development Officers will act as Dowry Prevention Officers.
  • The Director of Women and Child Welfare Development will act as the CEO of Dowry Prevention.
  • It is noteworthy that the Governor of the state Arif Mohammad Khan recently went on a one-day fast demanding an end to dowry.

Cellphone – Laptop Bank (Gadget Bank)

  • Jharkhand State Police has started a cell phone-laptop bank (Gadget Bank) to ensure that the education of poor students is not affected.
  • Donate unused cell phones and laptops from people with facilities and provide them free of cost to poor students.
  • Cellphone-Laptop Bank (Gadget Bank) has been started in every police station for this purpose.
  • Jharkhand
  • Capital – Ranchi
  • Governor- Ramesh Bais
  • Chief – Hemant Soren

Ranjana Prakash Desai Group

  • The Election Commission has started the process of constituency realignment after the declaration of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh as two Union Territories.
  • A panel headed by retired Supreme Court Judge Ranjana Prakash Desai has been set up for this purpose.
  • The committee is to prepare a draft report based on the views expressed by those present

The Government of Rajasthan has joined hands with the World Food Program to improve the public distribution system.

  • The United Nations World Food Program (WFP) in India has joined hands with India to improve the Targeted Public Distribution System (TDPS) in Rajasthan.
  • It enables the creation of a digital dashboard of distribution and food grains received by users for TDPS monitoring and evaluation.
  • World Food Program (WFP)
  • Headquarters: Rome, Italy
  • Managing Director: David Beasley
  • Established: 1961
  • Rajasthan
  • Capital: Jaipur
  • Chief: Ashok Kehlot
  • Governor: Kalraj Misra


400 year old inscription, stone found.

  • An inscription and a stone about 400 400 years old have been found at Perungamanalur near Usilampatti.
  • The load-bearing stone-shaped masonry is 7 feet high


Sophisticated MH-60R helicopters purchased from the United States

  • India signed an agreement in February 2020 to purchase a 24 MH-60R helicopter from the United States worth about Rs 17,750 crore.
  • These helicopters were manufactured by Lockheed Martin in the United States
  • This helicopter is capable of operating in all climates. The helicopter can also launch anti-submarine missiles.
  • The US Navy has handed over 2 MH-60R helicopters to the Indian Navy.
  • It is said that these helicopters will further strengthen the offensive capability of the Indian Navy.

25 new rifles have been handed over to the Navy

  • SRCG type rifles with remote control technology are being manufactured for the Navy as part of the “Atma Nirbar Bharat” project at the Trichy Armory.
  • This 12.7mm, M2 NATO type rifle can be used by Indian Navy, Coast Guard and ships.
  • This rifle can be fitted to small and large boats, including devices that can accurately detect and attack targets day and night.
  • These guns were handed over to the Indian Navy and Coast Guard
  • SRCG – Stabilized Remote Controlled Gun

INS Indus Shastra

  • INS Sindhu Shastra, a state-of-the-art submarine owned by the Indian Navy, has arrived at the port of Thoothukudi.
  • This Russian-made submarine is the 10th Sindhukosh ship in the Indian Navy.
  • The ship is equipped with state-of-the-art cruise missiles that can launch at a range of about 300 km and strike targets at land, air and sea, as well as small hand-held missiles and modern weapons

The movable immediate military bridge was added to the Indian Army.

  • An immediate military bridge designed by the Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) was added to the Indian Army.
  • Immediate bridges are required for soldiers and military vehicles to cross rivers and ravines.
  • Such bridges are being designed by DRDO.
  • It has a spacing of about 9.5 meters and a width of 4 meters. It can withstand the weight of heavy vehicles including military tanks.
  • Already 12 short gap immediate bridges have been provided for military use.
  • DRDO- Defense Research & Development Organization.
  • Headquarters – New Delhi
  • Chairman – Sathees Reddy
  • Year of Starting- 1958


Sidhu has been appointed as the President of the Punjab State Congress.

  • Former cricketer Navjot Singh Sidhu has been appointed Punjab state Congress president.
  • Sunil Jacker was earlier the state Congress president


TNPL cricket

  • Premier League (DNPL) 20 over cricket was launched in 2016 with the aim of recognizing and showcasing the talents of cricketers at the village level in Tamil Nadu.
  • So far Chepauk Super Gillis has won 2 times, Thoothukudi Patriots once and Madurai Pandas have won once.
  • 5 The 5th DNPL Cricket Tournament will be held at Chepauk, Chennai from July 19 to August 15.

Laurel Hubbard is the first transgender person to set foot in the Olympics

  • Laurel Hubbard, New Zealand’s weightlifter, becomes the first transgender person to compete in the Olympics.
  • The International Olympic Committee, which allows transgender women to have intercourse, has set special rules for them.
  • An important rule was that their testosterone (male hormone) level should be less than 10 nanomols per liter a year ago.
  • It is noteworthy that Laurel Hubbard competed in the men’s weightlifting competition until 2012.

No-Castling” Chess Tournament- Viswanath Anand

  • Viswanath Anand of India defeats Russian Grandmaster Vladimir Kramnik in “No-Castling” Chess Tournament in Dortmund

Babur Assam became the fastest batsman to score 14 ODI centuries

  • Pakistan captain Babur Assam became the fastest batsman to score 14 ODI centuries in 81 matches in an innings.
  • He surpasses the records of South African batsman Hashim Amla (84 matches), India captain Virat Kohli (103 matches) and Australian batsman David Warner (98 matches).

Olympics overview

  • The two Olympics, 1940 and 1944, did not take place due to World War II, 12 years later in 1948 in London
  • 1932- Los Angeles Olympics
  • The Olympic Village was built for the first time and was modeled for future competitions.
  • Success stairs were also used for the first time.
  • The national anthem of the gold medalist was played
  • 1936- Berlin Olympics
    • This is the first televised Olympics.
  • 1924- Paris Olympics
  • Proud to have hosted the Olympics for the second time in 1924
  • Prior to this it was held in Paris in 1900
  • This is the first time the Olympics have been held
  • The flag of the International Olympic Council, the flag of the host country, and the flags of the next host appeared.
  • Ireland participated for the first time as an independent country
  • 1928- Amsterdam Olympics
  • The Olympic torch was lit for the first time at the Olympics in the Netherlands.
  • The Indian hockey team won its first Olympic gold in the tournament.
  • Asian athletes also won the first gold medal
  • Participated in the competition for the first time as a Coca-Cola sponsor

Inox Group launches new campaign to support Indian Olympic team

  • The Inox team is the official sponsor of the Indian Olympic team. It has launched a new campaign to support and motivate the Indian team for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
  • The campaign features boxers MC Mary Kom and Vikas Krishan Yadav and table tennis player Manika Bhadra.


  • Chris Knight has authored a book, The Great Big Lion
  • Chris Knight, a 7-year-old Canadian writer, authored a book, The Great Big Lion.
  • His book ‘The Great Big Lion’ was published by Penguin Random House


Kadambini Ganguly – July 18

  • The 160th birthday of Kadambini Ganguly, one of the first female doctors in the country, was celebrated on July 18.
  • Along with Anandi Joshi, Kadambini Ganguly was the first woman to study medicine in British India.
  • Kadambini Ganguly and Thiramuki Basu are the first female graduates of the country.

International Nelson Mandela Day – July 18

  • International Nelson Mandela Day is observed on July 18 every year. This day is celebrated in honor of the life and traditions of Mandela.
  • This day is celebrated by organizations working for violence, genocide and crime against women.
  • Nelson Mandela is South Africa’s first democratically elected president
  • The theme for this year: “One hand can feed another”.

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