Daily Current Affairs One line news – July 06, 2019 !!

🍀 As per the analysis by environmental Non Governmental Organization (NGO) Greenpeace India, transport and industrial clusters were giving rise to the country’s worst Nitrogen Oxide (NOx) hotspots like Delhi, Bengaluru, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai and Hyderabad. 🍀 English and Foreign Languages University (EFLU), Hyderabad and Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Visakhapatnam has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for mutual capacity-building and skill development.

🍀 The Government of Hong Kong approved to grant about $9,02,278 (7.032 million Hong Kong dollars) from Hong Kong’s Disaster Relief Fund for cyclone Fani victims in Odisha.

🍀 The world’s largest burn and plastic surgery institute in Bangladesh’s Dhaka started functioning.

🍀 Telangana government has introduced the Japanese Miyawaki method of afforestation to grow urban forests and expand the green cover as well as to meet the stipulated plantation target under the Telanganaku Haritha Haaram (TKHH).

🍀 Tata Steel Kalinganagar (TSK) in World Economic Forum’s (WEF) Global Lighthouse Network a community of manufacturers showing leadership in applying Fourth Industrial Revolution technologies to drive financial and operational impact.🍀 Genesis Foundation, a Gurgaon based Non-Profit Organizationhas won the CSR Implementation Partner award in the leadership category at the third edition of CSR Health Impact Awards.

🍀 UNESCO’s World Heritage Committee has listed Iraq’s Babylon as the World Heritage Site.

🍀 A 10-year old Karate girl, Arinjeeta Dey (Barasat, West Bengal) has won asilver medal under the 12 category in the World Youth Cup 2019 which was held in Umag, Croatia.

🍀 The United Nations observes first Saturday of July every year as International Day of Cooperatives. The theme for 2019: COOPS 4 DECENT WORK.

🍀 The World Zoonoses Day was observed on July 6.  The day is celebrated to create awareness on zoonotic diseases and to teach people to take right action on diseases.

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