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A. Books & Authors ( parcham classes current affairs free pdf)

‘Through the Broken Glass: An Autobiography’ authored by T.N. Seshan

  • It has been published 4 years after he passed away in 2019.
  • This autobiography also covers his term as Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) of India from 1990 to 1995.
  • Rupa Publications India published it.

A new book ‘Prism: The Ancestral Abode of Rainbow’ released

  • Released from the rocket launchpad at Satish Dhawan Space Centre (SDSC) in Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh.
  • The book was authored by Vinod Mankara (National award-winning filmmaker-writer).
  • It was released by S Somanath (ISRO Chairman) and handed over to S Unnikrishnan Nair (VSSC Director).
  • A collection of 50 essays in Malayalam, the book comprises articles from various science streams.
  • Amit Shah released a book ‘Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam: Memories Never Die.
  • Union Home Minister Amit Shah launched the book in Rameshwaram, TN
  • Authored by Dr. YS Rajan & Dr. Maraikayar
  • The book is about the history of Indian rocketry, science, technology and innovation, Indian politics and administrative system, and a description of many incidents related to the wishes and imagination of Dr.Kalam.
  • Dr. Kalam received Bharat Ratna in 1997 Former Vice President Venkaiah Naidu released the book “As the Wheel Turns”.
  • The book is authored by Ranjit Pratap (Rayala Corporation CEO).
  • The book chronicles Ranjit Pratap’s triumphs and challenges in the corporate world.


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Awards (Parcham classes current affairs free pdf download)


Question: Which Railway station received UNESCO’s Asia Pacific Cultural Heritage Award 2023?
Ans: Byculla railway station.

PM Modi receives France’s highest award Grand Cross of the Legion of Honour

• During the visit to France, PM Modi was honored with France’s highest civilian and military honor, ‘The Grand Cross of the Legion of Honour’, by French President Emmanuel Macron.
• With this honor, he also becomes the first Indian Prime Minister to receive this honor.
• He also joined the French National Day (July 14) celebrations as the Guest of Honour.
• Other awardees: Nelson Mandela, King Charles, Angela Merkel.

PM Narendra Modi to be awarded prestigious Lokmanya Tilak Award 2023-

• The Tilak Smarak Mandir Trust (Hind Swaraj Sangh) would confer the prestigious Lokmanya Tilak National Award 2023 to Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Pune on August 1, 2023.
• Reason: This award recognizes PM Modi’s supreme leadership under which India has climbed the ladder of progress
• The award will be conferred by the hands of President of the Trust Dr. Deepak Tilak on August 1, the death anniversary of Lokmanya Tilak.
• Other awardees: Indira Gandhi, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Sharad Pawar, Cyrus Poonawalla, and Manmohan Singh.



Former Kerala CM Oommen Chandy passes away-

• He served as the Kerala chief minister twice from 2004-06 and 2011-16.
• He represented the Puthupally assembly constituency and was the longest-serving MLA in the state assembly. Artist Namboothiri, an iconic illustrator passes away
• K M Vasudevan Namboothiri, who was popularly known as Artist Namboothiri passed away.
• His iconic illustrations gave life to many mythical characters in Malayalam literature.
• He inspired a golden era of painting and sculpture in Kerala through his unique three-dimensional sketches.
• He has received many honors like Kerala Lalita Kala Akademi’s Raja Ravi Varma Award and the State Institute of Children’s Literature award. Eminent mathematician Dr. Mangala Narlikar passed away
• She is the wife of Dr Jayant Narlikar.
• Prof Jayant V. Narlikar, eminent astronomer and founder director of the Inter-University Centre for Astronomy and Astrophysics (IUCAA) in Pune.
• He is the first recipient of the Govind Swarup Lifetime Achievement Award by the Astronomical Society of India (ASI) Short News
• Alan Arkin, an actor who received four Academy Award nominations and won an Oscar in 2007 for “Little Miss Sunshine,” has died
• Famed Computer Hacker Kevin Mitnick Passes Away
• Former Australia wicketkeeper Brian Taber dies Ranking & Index ‘Global Peace Index 2023’ : India stands at 126 ‘Global Peace Index 2023’ report released by the Institute for Economics and Peace (IEP). Afghanistan is the least peaceful country in the world for the fifth consecutive year, followed by Yemen, Syria, Russia, and South Sudan
Iceland is the most peaceful country followed by Denmark and Ireland.

Recent index

India stands at 126 ranks out of 163 countries. Other Indices: Global Competitiveness Index 2023: India ranked 40; topped by Denmark
Global Gender Gap Index 2023: India ranked 127; topped by Iceland.

Export Preparedness Index (EPI) Report, 2022

NITI Aayog released the 3rd edition of the Export Preparedness Index (EPI) for the States/UTs of India for the year 2022 EPI assesses the performance of the States and UTs across four pillars – Policy, Business Ecosystem, Export, Ecosystem, and Export Performance.

Current Affairs July 2023

Ranking of coastal states – Tamil Nadu topped, followed by Maharashtra, and Karnataka Among hilly/Himalayan states, Uttarakhand has ranked at the top position. Haryana topped the chart among the landlocked regions, followed by Telangana, Uttar Pradesh.
In the category of union territories/small states, Goa was ranked first followed by Jammu and Kashmir, Delhi.

WHO: Unsafe WASH behind 395,000 deaths of children under 5 in 2019. As per the WHO report, Unsafe Drinking Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) were responsible for 395,000 deaths among children under the age of five in 2019.

Report title:

Burden of Disease Attributable to Unsafe Drinking Water, sanitation, and Hygiene: 2019 Update Out of these, 273,000 deaths are attributed to diarrhea, while 112,000 deaths are from acute respiratory infections. Half of the world’s population still does not have adequate access to WASH.


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Science and Tech


Mosaic Viruses: Loss Of Yield

Tomato growers in Maharashtra and Karnataka have blamed two different mosaic viruses for the loss of yields earlier this year. The tomato crop in Maharashtra was impacted by attacks of the Cucumber mosaic virus (CMV), while in Karnataka and other South Indian states, the farmers blamed the tomato mosaic virus (T0MV) for crop losses. The current sharp increase in the price of tomatoes is due to lower production of the vegetable Mosaic virus is a parasite that destroys plants, gardens, and crops down to their molecular level.


Food prepared from whole grain flour also has a lower glycemic index. The glycemic index is a rating system for foods containing carbohydrates. Coal Gasification: New Target.

The Ministry of Coal has set a target to gasify 100 million tonnes of coal by FY 2030 in line with its energy transition plans. The Coal Ministry is considering a comprehensive scheme to promote coal

gasification projects for both the government and the private sector with an outlay of Rs 6,000 crores.

Coal gasification is the process of producing syngas, a mixture consisting primarily of carbon monoxide (CO), hydrogen (H2), carbon dioxide (CO2), methane (CH4), and water vapor (H2O) – from coal and water, air and/or oxygen.

During gasification, coal is blown with oxygen and steam while also being heated under high pressure.

In this reaction, oxygen and water molecules oxidize the coal and produce syngas. Coal gasification can help address local pollution problems.

It is considered a cleaner option compared to the burning of coal. It will help reduce reliance on imports of natural gas, methanol, ammonia, and other essential products.


Belle Robot:


Researchers in Switzerland recently developed a new, autonomous fish robot named


Belle Robot is an autonomous underwater robot designed to collect DNA samples and film underwater to better understand the impact of human activities on marine life and develop targeted conservation strategies. Belle is silent, moves like a fish and doesn’t create a disruptive wake as she moves through her environment.




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