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Current Affairs: July 25, 2018 -I
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Current Affairs for July 25, 2018

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Tina Malhotra
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  1. CURRENT AFFAIRS: JULY 25,2018 By TINA Malhotra

  2. INDIA RWANDA 1. CURRENT AFFAIRS Prime Minister Narendra Modiand President of the Republic of Rwanda Paul Kagame on Monday witnessed signing of Memorandum of Understandings (MoUs) between the two countries. This is first ever visit by an Indian Prime Ministerto Rwanda. - 2.MOU MOU on cooperation in field of. Agriculture and animal resources - Agreement on cooperation in defence on capacity building Cultural exchange program for 2018 2022 Agricultural research and education Tradeframework

  3. MOU Collaboration in areas of leather and allied sector Line of credit agreement $100 million: development of Industrial Parks and expansion of Kigali Special Economic Zones Line of credit agreement of hundred million dollars: irrigation scheme 3.G RINKA PROGRAMME Prime Minister Narendra Modi gifted 200 cows to villagers from Rweru villages as part of Rwandan Government's Girinka Programme. The programme was initiated by Paul Kagame.

  4. India Uganda -1. SIGNING OF MOU MoU on Defence Cooperation MoU on Visa exemption for Diplomatic and official passport holders. MoU on Cultural Exchange Programme. MoU on Material Testing Laboratory 2. BILATERAL MEET India announced two Lines of Credit worth nearly US $200 million to Uganda in energy, infrastructure, agriculture and dairysectors. announced to continue to play a stable partner in the country's journey towards development -

  5. CHILDLINE 1098 I. WORLD DAY AGAINST CHILD LABOUR The Women and Child Development Ministry has invited people toshare images of the logo of Childline 1098, the nationwide emergency helpline for children in distress and send it with a tagline to win a cash price, in a bid to spread awareness on trafficking, The contest has been organised to mark 'World Day against Trafficking in Persons' on July30. 2. STEPS TAKEN requested Shri Prakash Javadekar, Hon'ble Union Minister for Human Resource Development, to popularise it through the National Council Of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) publications and screening of educational films on child sexual abuse in schools. Draft Trafficking of Persons (Prevention, Protection & Rehabilitation) Bill, 2018.

  6. GREEN MAHANADI MISSION -1. PLANTED A SAPL NG Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Tuesday launched 'Green Mahanadi Mission' in Sonepur and Boudh districts by planting saplings. 2. ABOUT THE MISSION - envisages rejuvenating Mahanadi riverand its tributaries Tel and lb by increasing recharging capacity through massive plantation, was launched by the State Government in Sambalpur on June 5. a green belt with width of 1 km will be created on both sides of the river beginning from the place

  7. FCRA REGISTRATION 1. NO FOREIGN FUNDS 18864 NGOs in the country have been barred from receivingforeign funds by the government since 2011 by cancelling their FCRA registration. Foreign Contribution Regulation Act 2. ANNUAL RETURNS One time opportunity to upload the pending Annual Returns (containing details of theirincome and expenditure, receipts offunds from abroad and balance sheets) without penalty was given to associations vide public notice dated 12th May 2017. 3. ABOUT THE ACT