Top Current Affairs 02 August 2021 at Sarkari Result Naukri

1-Senior BJP leader Basavaraj Bommai was sworn in as the 30th Chief Minister of Karnataka by Governor Thaawarchand Gehlot at a ceremony held at the Glass House of the Raj Bhavan.

Senior BJP leader Basavaraj Bommai was sworn in as the 30th Chief Minister of Karnataka by Governor Thaawarchand Gehlot at a ceremony held at the Glass House of the Raj Bhavan.

2-In a first of its kind effort to develop green cover in the Indian deserts of Rajasthan, Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC) in collaboration with Border Security Force (BSF) planted 1000 bamboo saplings in Tanot village of Jaisalmer.

In a first of its kind effort to develop green cover in desert areas of Rajasthan, Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC) in collaboration with Border Security Force (BSF) planted 1000 bamboo saplings in Tanot village of Jaisalmer.

3-‘Mission Director Banu’ is a new campaign launched by the Government of Rajasthan with an aim to encourage interested exporters in the state.

‘Be an Exporter Mission’ is a new campaign launched by the Government of Rajasthan with an aim to encourage aspiring exporters in the state.

4-The Yogi Adityanath government in Uttar Pradesh has decided to equip 1,70,896 Anganwadi centers with booklets and preschool kits for the smooth implementation of the Early Childhood Child Education (ECCE) scheme.

The Yogi Adityanath government in Uttar Pradesh has decided to equip 1,70,896 Anganwadi centers with booklets and preschool kits for the smooth implementation of the Early Childhood Child Education (ECCE) scheme.

5-An Indian organization has so far paid an average of around Rs 16.5 crore as the cost of a data breach in 2021, a 17.85 percent increase in remote working and learning time compared to the previous year, a new study by IBM said. come to know.

An Indian organization has so far paid an average of around Rs 16.5 crore as the cost of a data breach in 2021, a 17.85 percent increase in remote working and learning time compared to last year, a new study by IBM said. It has been detected.

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6-India’s mining company Vedanta Ltd in South Africa this year launched a new iron ore product line at its Black Mountain Mine (BMM) operation in the mineral-rich Northern Cape province to make it competitive, globally cost-efficient and sustainable. Can you

India’s mining company Vedanta Limited has this year opened a new iron ore mine at the Black Mountain Mine (BMM) in the mineral-rich Northern Cape province of South Africa.

7-Globally renowned for its natural beauty, Rio de Janeiro gained a new international distinction as UNESCO added the former home of landscape architect Roberto Burle Marx to its list of World Heritage Sites.

UNESCO has included the site of the late architect Roberto Burle Marx’s residence in Rio de Janeiro, world famous for its natural beauty, in the list of World Heritage Sites.

8-Najib Mikati was named as Lebanon’s new prime minister with 72 votes in parliament after months of political turmoil in the beleaguered country.

Najib Mikati was named as Lebanon’s new prime minister after months of political turmoil in the troubled country with 72 votes in parliament.

9-The International Olympic Committee (IOC) is operating a helpline in 70 languages ​​for athletes with mental health problems.

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) is running a helpline in 70 languages ​​for sportspersons suffering from mental health issues.

10-Nandu Natekar, the first Indian badminton player to win an international title in 1956, passed away in Pune. He was 88 years old.

Nandu Natekar, the first Indian badminton player to win an international title in 1956, passed away in Pune. He was 88 years old.

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