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Current Affairs July 2010 - 3

People

P.T.Usha(to head panel for Khel Ratna and Arjuna awards) has been named chairperson of the selection committee for 2010's National Sports award

Hockey icon Ashok Kumar to head the panel to pick the Dronacharya Awards

Samta Kumari, a 28 year old of Uttar pradesh becomes 5th woman train engine driver in India

Rudi Koertzen (108 Tests, 209 ODI's and 14 T20I's) to officiate in final Test match where Pakistan take on Australia in the MCC Spirit of Cricket Test match at Headingley, Leeds

Apoorva singh has been appointed as Senior Vice President and Global Head - Infrastructure Management Services for Patni Computer Systems

Former captain Pragat Singh of Indian hockey team files nomination for Hockey India President post


Event/Business

Airbus has selected India's private aerospace engineering firm Quest as its preferred supplier of aircrafts parts

2nd Edition Hyderabad Auto show, four-day event to be held from July 22nd to July 25th 2010 got underway at the Hyderabad International Convention centre(HICC)


Sports

India thrashes France 6-0 in the second hockey Test and takes a lead of 2-0 in the three-match series in Paris

Pune to host 2010 World Billiards Chamionship

Jason Gillespie to coach Kwekwe-based MidWest Rhinos in Zimbabwe

Mir Ranjan Negi former goal keeping coach of India's Women's Hocket team to Coach Indian Women Hockey Team

Ponting becomes 2nd batsman after Sachin Tendulkar to score 12,000 Test runs against Pakistan


South African Cricketer of the Year Award

Hashim Amla named Test Cricketer and South African Cricketer of the year

AB de Villiers was named 'ODI Cricketer of the Year'

Charl Langeveldt received 'International Pro20 Cricketer of the Year' award

Ryan McLaren received Newcomer of the Year Award


Technology

Nick lee a 15-year-old created an iPhone application which connects to the Internet for free but the very app is no longer available or suspended.

Microsoft to launch its own hands-free Kinect console in November, to be priced at $150

Facebook account, limits to 5000 pals

Second Six Core i7-970 processor priced at $885 which uses 32 nanometer manufacturing process to run at 3.2Ghz comprising of 12MB of L3 cache has been launched by Intel

Zen mobiles brings Z82, India's first QWERTY handset with Analog TV and Dual sim(GSM+GSM) priced at Rs.4,799

7th G-20 Summit, Los Cabos, Mexico

Name the star named after Madhuri Dixit.
Madhuri Dixit-Nene

Who won the woman's Indonesian Open title for the 3rd time?
Saina Nehwal

On which river is the world's highest bridge is being constructed in Jammu and Kashmir, India?
Chenab

Which Indian state Government would set up Swadhar Grah for women in distress?
Haryana

Which company will assist monetarily, woman archer Deepika Kumari who is set to participate in London Olympic Games?
Tata Steel

Which Indian state recently adopted state industrial policy 2012?
Jharkhand

Where did Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi accept her 1991 Nobel Peace Prize?
Oslo

Which FMCG firm would enter into kids segment with talcum powder?
Emami

Where is the 7th G-20 summit 2012 held?
Los Cabos, Mexico

Who became the first Indian to finish Le Mans racing at 6th place?
Karun Chandhok

Who won the Halle Open 2012?
Tommy Haas

For which sector or industry will Indian Government remove multi-level TDS from 1st July 2012?
Sofware industry

Computer - 5

Desktop Keyboard Commands (Windows XP)

Help
F1
Rename the selected Item
F2
Search for Files and Folders
F3
Refresh Active Window
F5
Select Another Item
Arrow keys
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Ctrl+C
Cut an Object
Ctrl+X
Paste an Object
Ctrl+V
Undo the Last Command
Ctrl+Z
Open the currently Selected Object
Enter
Display the Properties
of the Selected Item
Alt+Enter
Open the Start Menu
Ctrl+Esc or
Windows key
Open a Right-Click Menu
Shift+F10
Close an Open Menu
Esc
Minimize All Open Windows
Windows+M
Open Windows Explorer
Windows+E
Shift Focus to a different
Open Window
Alt+Tab
Move the Selected Item to the
Recycle Bin
Delete
Delete the currently selected item
Shift+Delete
Shut Down the currently
Active Window
Alt+F4
Open Task Manager
Ctrl+Alt+Del