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  1. Cinema and theatre halls in Karnataka can open at 50 per cent capacity, night curfew with new timings will continue, the state government announced today in further relaxation to COVID-19 enforced restrictions.
  2. Uddhav Thackeray on Sunday expressed grief over the loss of lives in house collapses triggered by landslides following heavy overnight rains in Mumbai and announced an amount of ₹ 5 lakh for the family of each of the victims.
  3. The Supreme Court last week observed that Section 124 (A) of the IPC—offence of sedition—has been enormously misused and asked the Centre why it was not repealing the provision used by the British to “silence” people like Mahatma Gandhi to suppress the freedom movement.According to the Union Home Ministry data, a total of 326 cases were registered under the sedition law between 2014 and 2019, with the highest 54 cases in Assam.
  4. Small businesses to launch over 2,400 products for Prime Day'21: Amazon India. Amazon will host its flagship sale event, Prime Day, in India on July 26-27
  5. After Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh, Delhi too has cancelled Kanwar Yatra, news agency ANI reported on Sunday. The agency said the Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) had cancelled the organisation of the Kanwar Yatra in view of Covid.
  6.  The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) board exam results for class 10 and class 12 students will be available on DigiLocker, a digital repository of the Union government, from where students can also download their certificates and mark sheets directly.
  7. As water production by the Delhi Jal Board (DJB), rose to an "all-time high" of 955 million gallons per day on Sunday, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said his government is doing its best to provide water to all in the city.
  8. An Indian scientist has developed an automated technology for the collection of toilet waste, which is easy to maintain and seven times cheaper than the bio-toilets used by the Indian Railways.
  9. The Taladanda canal renovation project’s first phase work of 1.55 km is nearing completion. It has been decided to extend the canal work up to National Highway side. The total length of the renovation with roads on both sides till National Highway will be 3.55 km.
  10. Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla  informed that the Monsoon Session of Parliament will take place from 19 July  to 13 Aug 2021.Justice Ramana was speaking at a virtual event held to formally launch the live-streaming of proceedings at the Gujarat High Court on Saturday.
  11. “People are confident that they will get relief and justice from the judiciary. They know that when things go wrong, the judiciary will stand by them. The Indian Supreme Court is the guardian of the largest democracy,” Chief Justice of India N V Ramana said.
  12. Puducherry govt postpones reopening of schools, colleges following plea from parents.
  13. Congress president Sonia Gandhi on 18 Jul (Sunday) appointed Navjot Singh Sidhu as Punjab Congress chief.
  14. The annual five-day Haj pilgrimage began on Sunday in Saudi Arabia.  Saudi authorities have restricted annual pilgrimage to 60 thousands local residents between the age of 18 & 65.
  15. Devotees & members of civil society in Bangladesh have demanded the preservation of the historical buildings  & places like Vishwavigyan Kendra related with the spiritual guru  Sree Thakur Anukulchandra in Pabna.
  16. Nepal’s new PM Sher Bahadur Deuba wins vote of confidence in Parliament. He the chief of Nepali Congress secures 165 votes in 275-member House of Representatives.
  17. Indian golfers Anirban Lahiri, Udayan Mane, Aditi Ashok to represent the country at Tokyo Olympics.
  18. Indian Grandmasters R Praggnanandhaa & Adhiban Baskaran registered wins in the first game of the two-game mini-match in the second round of the FIDE chess World Cup.
  19. Gujarat National Law University had signed an Memorandum of Understanding with the Indian Navy in May 2020 for conducting short and long duration training programmes.
  20. Over 41.99 crore COVID-19 vaccine doses have so far been provided to states and Union territories, and more than 2.56 crore jabs are available with them and private hospitals, the health ministry has said.

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