1. Legendary Actor Dilip Kumar Passes Away: Iconic Actor Dilip Kumar breathed his last today (7th July 2021) morning at the Hinduja Hospital. The actor was known among his peers as the Tragedy King and some of the iconic roles portrayed by him on the big screen in films like Mughal-e-Azam and Devdas will be etched in the memories of the fans forever.
2. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman is one of the few senior Cabinet Ministers to have retained her post. Several other Union Ministers including IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad, Health Minister Harsh Vardhan and Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal resigned on July 7, 2021.
3. Union Minister for Fisheries & Animal Husbandry Giriraj Singh launched an Online Course Mobile App “Matsya Setu” for fish farmers on July 6, 2021. The online course app mainly aims to educate the fish farmers in the country with the latest freshwater aquaculture technologies.
4. Philippine scientists warned on July 4, 2021 that Taal, a volcano to the south of Manila could erupt again “anytime soon” as toxic gas emissions hit a record high. This has forced thousands of people from vulnerable communities to flee from their homes.
5. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on July 5, 2021, announced that all COVID-19 lockdown restrictions including wearing face masks, social distancing, and work from home will end on July 19, 2021, in England. The final decision to lifting the ban will be announced on July 12.
6. Odisha’s 26th High-Level Clearance Authority (HLCA) headed by CM Naveen Patnaik on July 6, 2021 issued in-principle approval to five major industrial projects worth Rs 1,46,172 crores in metal and metal downstream sectors in line with Odisha CM Naveen Patnaik’s ‘Vision 2030’ of making Odisha ‘Steel Hub of India’.
7. After the declaration of Ramgarh Vishdhari Sanctuary as the fourth Tiger Reserve in Rajasthan, the state government has been planning on developing a tiger corridor connecting three Tiger Reserves passing through districts including Sawai Madhopur, Kota, and Bundi.
8. As per the provisional statistics of 2020-21 of the Coal Ministry, India’s total coal production registered a decline of 2.02 per cent to 716.084 million tonnes during 2020-21. Of the total production, 671.297 MT was non-coking coal and 44.787 MT was coking coal. Chhattisgarh registered highest coal production of 158.409 MT, followed by Odisha and Madhya Pradesh. Jharkhand was the top producer of coking coal.
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