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  • Sensex surges 259 points in fourth straight session, touching 27,000 mark.
  • In sports;  Indian Men’s Hockey team to take on New Zealand in Six Nations invitational tournament at Valencia, Spain in a short while from now.


  • World Bank to provide over one billion dollars for India’s solar-energy program; Appreciates the growth of Indian economy under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
  • 40 police officers killed in a suicide bomb attack in Kabul; Prime Minister Narendra Modi condemns the attack.
  • Home Minister Rajnath Singh to visit Jammu and Kashmir tomorrow to review security situation and Amarnath Yatra arrangements.
  • Disabled persons to get benefit of reservation in promotion in Group A and B posts as well rules the Supreme Court.
  • Apex Court refuses to modify its 2014 order on transgenders saying Gays are not third gender.



The first two letters of GOAL is GO…


  • Sensex gains over 250 points to regain the 27000 mark.
  • India take on New Zealand this evening in their third game of 6-nation Men’s Hockey tournament in Spain.
  • And, Portugal to meet Poland in the first quarter-final of Euro Football Championship tonight.
  • Supreme Court refuses to modify its 2014 order on transgenders saying gays are not third gender.
  • India successfully test-fires new surface-to-air missile in Chandipur off Odisha coast.
  • Two terrorists killed in Jammu and Kashmir in an encounter with security forces in Pulwama; Two arrested in Baramulla.
  • Major fire at a medical store in Mumbai claims nine lives.



THOUGHT FOR TODAY-The INTENSITY of your desire governs the power with which the FORCE is directed


  •  Sports; In the National Inter-State Senior Athletics Championships,  Jinson Johnson wins gold medal in 800 metre race in Men’s section,  M Gomathi takes gold in women’s section.
  • In Wimbeldon Novak Djokovic and Roger Fedrer advance to the third round.
  • Finance Minister Arun Jaitely says government salaries are now more attractive as compared to the private sector.
  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi calls for increased efficiency and more effective redressal of consumer grievances; asks for follow up action within ten days.
  • Supreme Court rules that terrorists have no right to seek parole and premature release citing human rights or individual liberty.
  • NIA registers case against five persons in connection with their involvement in Islamic State terror module in Hyderabad.
  • Afghanistan accuses Pakistan of providing financial and logistical support to Islamic State terrorists in its territory .


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  • Sensex gains 216 points to close at 26,740; Rupee strengthens 27 paise against the dollar.
  • At Wimbledon;  Third seed Agnieska Radwanska of Poland enters  second round of the Women’s Singles.


  • Union Cabinet approves 7th Pay Commission’s recommendations; To be implemented from 1st January this year; Decision to benefit over one crore employees and pensioners; Arrears to be paid this year itself; Recommendations to cost over 1.02 lakh crore rupees.
  • Union Finance Minister announces, 2.57 times hike in basic pay and pension; Says entry level salary for government employees to be 18 thousand rupees; Minimum pension to be 9000 rupees.
  • Union Cabinet clears Model Bill allowing shops and other establishment to operate round the clock; Gives nod to three major highway projects; Also clears national policy for mineral exploration.
  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi calls for quick redressal of consumer grievances related to e-commerce sector.
  • Monsoon Session of Parliament to begin from 18th of next month.
  • Enforcement Directorate attaches 749 crore rupees worth of assets of YSR Congress leader Jagan Mohan Reddy.
  • Renowed modern artist K.G. Subramanyan passes away in Baroda.


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  • Sensex gains about 150 points in afternoon trade; rupee strengthens 26 paise against the dollar.
  • In Wimbeldon Tennis Championships, Leander Paes to kick off Indian challenge today.


  • Cabinet approves 7th Pay Commission recommendations to hike salaries of Central government employees and pensioners; decision to benefit over one crore employees.
  • Monsoon session of Parliament to be held from 18th July to 12th August.
  • National Investigation Agency detains 11 alleged ISIS activists and their supporters during raids at several places in Hyderabad.
  • Supreme Court rejects petition seeking ban on Whatsapp messenger; petitioner was citing national security for ban.


Future News

-WORDS OF WISDOM- The SIGNAFICANCE of a man is not what he attains but rather what he LONGS to attain…

One line Headlines

Ø Net neutrality: US follows Indian counterpart Trai’s steps
Ø EU leaders reject informal talks with UK on EU exit
Ø Goldman Asset Management sees UK downgrade
Ø Rules for creating RBI monetary policy committee notified
Ø World Bank President Jim Yong Kim to visit India
Ø NSE to file draft papers for domestic listing by Jan 2017
Ø Govt bonds oversubscribed; FPIs bid worth Rs 9,348 crores

Ø Brexit only a near-term worry: Poll
Ø Govt requires Rs 1.4 lakh cr to meet road targets for FY17
Ø RBI sets rupee reference rate at Rs 68 against US dollar
Ø Bank debt bears brunt of Brexit turmoil
Ø Online system to check delay in pension soon: Govt
Ø FDI relaxation credit positive for India: Moody’s
Ø Mukesh Ambani’s pvt firms hit slow lane

Ø Britain can cope with EU exit turmoil: Osborne
Ø Sterling hits 31-year low; gilt yield below 1% for first time ever
Ø India officially joins Missile Technology Control Regime
Ø FM to meet industry chambers, CAs on black money window
Ø Reliance ADAG looks to sale of tower, road assets to ease debt
Ø MNRE asks states to set up 1 lakh family size bio-gas plant

Ø India among Asia’s least exposed to Brexit: Morgan Stanley
Ø Sebi set to allow e-commerce firms to sell mutual funds
Ø Titan is slowly reinventing itself to keep up with the times
Ø Sistema to buy back 17% of Indian unit Sistema Shyam TeleServices from Russia govt
Ø Starbucks, Tata extend partnership beyond India

Ø S&P cuts UK sovereign rating from AAA to AA
Ø Goldman Sachs sees post-Brexit UK recession; cuts EU, US growth
Ø ‘US-India investment treaty ‘a bit more difficult’ now’
Ø ECB, BoE and Fed heads cancel panel chat after Brexit vote
Ø David Cameron hails ‘partner’ India in post-Brexit statement

Ø China eyes steel merger to create rival to ArcelorMittal
Ø Science & tech key to 4% agri growth: official
Ø Siemens wins Rs 570 cr order from Power Grid Corp
Ø Due diligence must when taking personal loan
Ø L&T faces challenges in getting large deals
Ø Nissan ties up with MyTVS to expand service outlet

One line Headlines


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  • Indian men’s team register 2-1 victory over Ireland in the six nation invitational Hockey tournament being held in Spain.
  • Wimbledon Tennis, Leander Paes to begin his campaign in men’s doubles section today.
  • In Turkey, at least 36 people killed and 90 injured in a suicide terror attack at Istanbul’s Ataturk airport; Turkish Prime Minister says early signs  point to Islamic State group being behind the attack.
  • Union Cabinet likely to discuss report on recommendations of 7th Pay Commission today.
  • Performance report on MGNREGA claims timely payment of wages resulted in bringing back beneficiaries; Record 235 crore person days created.
  • European Union gives breathing space to United Kingdom to absorb shock after Brexit vote.