Current Affairs 2020 June 27

Nov 11, 2019 Eduardo Zambrano

  • Karnataka becomes the first state to amend industries (facilitation) act for small, medium and large- scale industries.
  • Union Government Granted Rs 500 Cr emergency funds Armed Forces of war preparedness.
  • NITI Aayog launched behaviour change Campaign, ‘Navigating the New Normal’, and Website.
  • Prime Minister inaugurates ‘Aatma Nirbhar Uttar Pradesh Rojgar Abhiyan’.
  • “Vivekananda Yoga University” world’s first Yoga University outside India launched in Los Angeles.
  • India ranks 77th in terms of money deposited in Swiss Banks, UK tops: SNB statistics 2019.
  • China to join UN Arms Trade Treaty to enhance world peace.
  • Overview of Rajnath Singh 3-day visit to Russia from 23- 25, 2020 to attend 75th victory day parade of World War II.
  • Lt Governor G C Murmu launches two customized loan schemes of J&K Bank for business communities.
  • Yes Bank launches digital wallet solution ‘Yuva Pay’ in partnership with UDMA technologies to enable contactless payments.
  • Commonwealth Games gold medallist, weightlifter K. Sanjita Chanu to get Arjuna Award 2018 after IWF clears doping charges.
  • NGT forms committee headed by Justice BP Katakey to investigate Assam Gas Leak.
  • IRDAI forms 9-members working group headed by Anjan Dey to look into drone insurance.
  • Australia and New Zealand to Host the 2023 Women’s World Cup.
  • Vir Chakra Awardee 1971 War Hero Sqn. Ldr. Parvez Jamasji passed away.
  • Grandmaster P.Harikrishna becomes the 1st Indian to join the USD 150,000 Chessable Masters.
  • International day in support of victims of torture 2020 – June 26.
  • Petroleum Minister, Dharmendra Pradhan and CM Edappadi K. Palaniswami Inaugurates CBG plants in Tamil Nadu.
  • International day against drug abuse and illicit trafficking – June 26.
  • India’s PCI to decline by 5.4 % during 2020-21 to Rs. 1.43 lakh: SBI Report.
  • Centre allocates Rs 4125 Cr to Rejuvenate small, medium and tiny industries sector in Tamil Nadu.
  • 29.53 sq km Tillari Forest area in Dodamarg and Sawantwadi range Declared as conservation reserve area: Maharashtra.
  • Maharashtra announced “Maha Parwana” to attract fresh industrial investment.