Here is the 26th July 2015 Latest Current Affairs of Bank Jobs

International Affairs

The parliament of Tunisia adopted a new anti-terrorism law that aims to counter the threat posed by Islamist militants.

  • The move follows two deadly attacks on tourist sites – and a beach hotel in Sousse in June and the Bardo Museum in Tunis in March.
  • According to the new law, persons convicted of terrorism could face the death penalty and expressions of support for terrorism is a jailable offense.

National Affairs

Nation pays homage to martyrs on 16 Kargil Victory Day (Kargil Vijay Diwas) today.

  • Kargil Vijay Diwas is named after the success of the operation Vijay.
  • This day is celebrated is 26 July every year in honor of the heroes of the Kargil war.
  • On this day, July 26, 1999, India has successfully taken the command of the senior positions that had been lost for Pakistani intruders.
  • The Kargil war was fought for more than 60 days, ending July 26, 1999.
  • Defence Minister, 3 Heads of Service to honor the heroes of Kargil Amar Jawan Jyoti to.
  • Defense Minister: Manohar Parrikar
  • Chief of Staff of the Air Force Air Chief Marshal Arup Raha
  • Chief of Staff of the army General Dalbir Singh Suhag
  • Chief of Staff of the Navy: Admiral RK Dhowan

Anna Hazare social activist today joined the protest of former soldiers against the delay in the implementation of one rank A pension plan (OROP).

  • In Himachal Pradesh, the traditional fair Minjar began today.
  • This fair is organized to thank God for His blessings and ask for a good yield.
  • Including folk song and dance Kunjari Malhar would be the strengths of the week long fair.

Jammu and Kashmir government will appoint over 800 doctors and 4000 paramedics in the next four months, in parallel with the creation of a medical school in the district of Anantnag in Kashmir valley.

  • J & K Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed

Business & Economy

The EU has prohibited the marketing of approximately 700 generic drugs to the alleged manipulation of clinical trials conducted by pharmaceutical research company in India GVK Biosciences.

  • The Commission decision was taken last week in response to a recommendation of the European Agency for regulating medicines European Medicines (EMA) in January that the marketing authorization of these products should be suspended because they were based on clinical trial data have handled by the company based in Hyderabad.

Technology Scientist

China has successfully tested the fuel system of a fifth-generation carrier rocket, scheduled for next year flight carrying twice the capacity of the payload by this carrier.

  • The rocket has a payload capacity of 25 tons to low earth orbits, or 14 tons to geostationary transfer orbit, about twice the current capacity.
  • China has launched two new satellites in space, because it builds a satellite navigation system to rival the raw Global Positioning System of the United States.
  • Satellites are the 18th and 19th launched by China as it develops its navigation system Beidou or Compass home.
  • They take the total number launched this year to three.
  • Under an integrated collaborative effort, the Union Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change (MoEFCC) with the governments of the state of Rajasthan, Gujarat and Maharashtra will soon undertake an artificial breeding program Indian for Great Bustard (GIB), one of the critically endangered species of flying birds in the world, to boost the population of the species.

Awards and Recognition

Himalayan peak 5260 set to be named after veteran mountaineer mountaineer Nalini Sengupta.

  • It is set to become the first to have a Puneite Himalyan peak named after him.
  • Giripremi of hikers, mountaineering institute noted in the city, conquered the peak in 5260 Hamta region passes in the Himalayas and decided to appoint as “Mount Nalini” to greet her persistent efforts to instill in mountaineering youth since 1970.


Veteran leader of the Republican Party of India and former governor of Bihar, Sikkim and Kerala, Ramkrishna Suryabhan Gavai (86) died.


Indian women wrestling team bag of money in the presidential Cup in Kazakhstan.

  • The team received a cash prize of USD 10 000 with a trophy and medals for his effort.
  • Host country Kazakhstan has bagged the first place, while Mangolia set to the third position.

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