Current affairs daily 19th July 2020
1-The fourth cycle of the All India Tiger Estimation 2018, results of which were declared to the nation on Global Tiger Day last year by Prime Minister, Narendra Modi has entered the Guinness World Record for being the world’s largest camera trap wildlife survey.
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2-Drugs Controller General of India (DCGI) gives Nod for Restricted Emergency Use to Itolizumab for moderate to severe COVID-19 patients.
3-In a major step towards revving up the Indian Mobile App Development innovation ecosystem, NITI Aayog’s Atal Innovation Mission (AIM) today launched the ‘ATL App Development Module’ for school children all across the country.
4-Hawkins Cookers Ltd Promoter Chairman Brahm Vasudeva passed away. He was 84.
5-Prominent Indian-origin journalist and former head of the Hindi division of BBC World Service, Kailash Budhwar, passed away in London. He was 88.
6-England’s World Cup-winning footballer and former Ireland coach Jack Charlton died at the age of 85.
7-The entire 2020 season of the Caribbean Premier League will be played in Trinidad and Tobago from August 18 to September 10.
8-Entrepreneur Rik Mehta has become the first Indian-American to win the Republican primary for the Senate seat from the US state of New Jersey.
9-The Hockey India Executive Board has elected Gyanendro Nigombaum, Senior Vice President of the Federation and hailing from Manipur as the Acting President in place of Mohammad Mushtaq Ahmed.
10-The 31-year-old Egyptian Squash player, Raneem El Welily announced her retirement.
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