Current Affairs Updates for 7 July 2015
➡Chile won Copa America Cup Football Tournament 2015
↘Chile won Copa America Cup Football Tournament 2015 on 04th July 2015 after defeating Argentina. Jeison Murillo of Colombia awarded with Claro Best Young Player.
➡UNESCO and UNITAR signed an agreement
↘United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) signed an agreement with UN Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) on 01st July 2015 with the aim to protect cultural heritage sites
➡Abdullah Hussain died
↘Abdullah Hussain, the famous Novelist of Pakistan, died on 04th July 2015. He wrote the famous novel namely 'Udas Naslain'.
➡Diana Douglas died
↘Diana Douglas, the famous Hollywood Actress, died on 03rd July 2015. His famous movies and TV shows are 'It Runs in the Family', 'The Indian Fighter' etc.
➡'Modi's World: Expanding India's Sphere of Influence
↘The book titled as 'Modi's World: Expanding India's Sphere of Influence' written by C. Raja Mohan released on 19th June 2015. The book mainly focused on foreign policy of Narendra Modi.
➡Tunisia declared 30 days state emergency
↘Beji Caid Essebsi, the President of Tunisia declared 30 days state of emergency in the country imposed on 04th July 2015. Habib Essid is the Prime Minister of Tunisia.
➡Maharashtra released the report
↘According the report of Government of Maharashtra, 58% school kids suffer from Orthopaedic ailment due to heavy bags. The students who below 10 years of age suffered by this problem.
➡UNICEF released the report
↘According to the report of UNICEF, four Indian States Tamil Nadu, West Bengal, Uttarakhand and Tripura proportion of underweight adolescent girls reduced .
➡Australia won Hockey World League
↘Australia won Men's Hockey World League Semi-Final Tournament on 06th July 2015 after beating Belgium. India placed at 4th position in the tournament.
➡Pacific Games 2015
↘Fiji created the record by win a football match with 38-0 margin on 05th July 2015. Fiji won this match over Micronesia in Pacific Games 2015.
➡Aseel Shaheen officiated at Wimbledon
↘Aseel Shaheen of Kuwait became first Arab woman to officiate at Wimbledon. She is 41 years old.