Current Affairs 4th July, 2015: SBI Launched Project Tatkal
CD Balaji is the new Director of aeronautical Development Agency
04.07.2015: C D Balaji took over as the director of Aeronautical Development agency and Programme director of the Light Combat Aircraft. He succeeded PS Subramanyam. Balaji was working as the director of Light Combat Aircraft naval version. He began his career in Indian Navy in 1978.
McCullum Made a Record Score of 158 in T20 Match
04.07.2015: McCullum the New Zealand captain score 158 runs in just 64 balls and remained not out in a country match. This is the new record in T20 matches. He scored century in 42 balls. N 2008 he scored 158 runs in an IPL match but the score came off in 743 balls. His present 158 off 64 balls included 11 fours and equal number of sixes.
SBI Launched Project Tatkal
04.07.2015: State Bank of India, the largest public sector bank in India launched Project Tatkal. This project is aimed at helping the home loan applicants get housing loan within 10 days from the day to submitting the application.
Indian Army Launched Operation Shiva
04.07.2015: Indian Army launched Operation Shiva which is meant to provide security to Amarnath Yatra devotees. The yatra started this year on 2nd July and will continue for 59 days. Rashtriya Rifles unit, Infantry unit of Army, paramilitary forces companies, BSF and CRPF are included in the operation. Intelligence reports suggested that terrorists are going to attack the devotees.
Microsoft to Set up Digital Village in Maharashtra
04.07.2015: Microsoft is going to develop and supports digital village in Maharashtra. This was announced by chief minister of Maharashtra devendra Fadnavis after he met the Microsoft CEW Satya Nadella in Seattle. Microsoft will support health care services in tribal areas and also set up cyber security centre in Maharashtra apart from setting a pilot project in Amravati district.
World Record in Washing Hands in Madhya Pradesh
04.07.2015: Madhya Pradesh government held a program on World Hand Washing Day on 15th October 2014 in which more than 12,76, 425 students simultaneous washed their hands. The event is now recognized by Guinness Book.