Image: Daily current affairs 29-june-2022
Image: Daily current affairs 29-june-2022

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National News

1)Father of Indian PSUs Dr. V Krishnamurthy passes away

  • Dr. V Krishnamurthy, former chairman of public sector undertakings such as Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL), Steel Authority of India (SAIL), and Maruti Udyog (now Maruti Suzuki), passed away.

2)Kerala Govt to roll out “MEDISEP” scheme for State Government

  • Kerala state government has issued orders regarding the implementation of a medical insurance “MEDISEP” scheme for government employees and pensioners and the deduction of premium from the salary of June 2022 and pension of July 2022. 

3)IRARC’s Avinash Kulkarni to head India Debt Resolution Company

  • The chief govt of India Resurgence Asset Reconstruction Firm (IRARC), Avinash Kulkarni, has been chosen to head the India Debt Decision Firm (IDRCL). 
  • Kulkarni is an (SBI) veteran, having undertaken numerous roles on the public sector behemoth. His engagements in the SBI group have included assignments within the funding banking and advisory arm, Capital Markets.

International Current Affairs

1)Sri Lanka raises fuel prices as it prepares for economic catastrophe

  • During its greatest economic crisis since its independence in 1948, Sri Lanka hiked its fuel costs, adding to the suffering of the populace. The US comes to aid.
  • Representatives from the United States arrived for talks to assist the island nation during its greatest economic crisis since its independence in 1948, Sri Lanka hiked its fuel costs, adding to the suffering of the populace. Diesel, which is frequently used in public transportation, has seen a price increase of 15% to 460 rupees ($1.27) per liter, while gasoline has seen a price increase of 22% to 550 rupees ($1.52) per liter, according to Ceylon Petroleum Corporation (CPC).

2) Khushi Patel from the UK is crowned Miss India Worldwide 2022

  • The winner of the longest-running Indian beauty pageant outside of India, Miss India Worldwide 2022, was announced as British biomedical student Khushi Patel. S

Business and Economy News

1)Odisha, ‘Mo Bus’ Service received the prestigious UN Public Service Award

  • Mo Bus, an Odisha-based public transport service has been honored with a prestigious United Nations award, for its role and efforts in helping the world recover better from Covid19. 
  • The public transport service has been recognized for its role in “promoting gender-responsive public services to achieve the SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals)”, the UN said.

Sports Current Affairs

1)Navjeet Dhillon wins gold medal in the discus throw at Qosanov Memorial 2022

  • Indian women’s discus thrower, Navjeet Dhillon won the gold medal at the Kosanov memorial 2022 athletics meet in Almaty, Kazakhstan. Navjeet Dhillon, who is looking to seal her place in the Indian team for the commonwealth games, won the women’s discus throw with a 56.24m effort. 

Science and Technology Current Affairs

1)IN-SPACe authorizes India’s first set of space start-ups to launch payloads

  • The Indian Space Promotion and Authorisation Centre (IN-SPACe) has started authorizing Indian private firms, marking the beginning of private space sector launches in India.

Political News

1)Maharashtra Political Crisis: Two MLAs of Shinde Camp to Come to Mumbai to Meet Guv; Floor Test May Happen by Weekend.

  • While the Shiv Sena faction led by party chief Uddhav Thackeray continued to reclaim the party, the rebel Eknath Shinde’s camp retaliated strongly on Sunday bringing higher education minister Uday Samant over to Guwahati to join the coup. 
  • Samant, who was earlier with the NCP, is the eighth minister to switch sides from Uddhav’s cabinet. With the recent move, only three Shiv Sena ministers are left in the cabinet.

Miscellaneous News

1)Award program for Hindi-language authors of books Results for 2020–21

  • An award scheme for writing books originally in Hindi on Economics/Banking/Financial issues was introduced by the Reserve Bank of India. Its results are declared.
  • By press announcement, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) had called for entries for the program mentioned in the caption. The decision was made to jointly reward Professor Renu Jatana, a former dean of Mohanlal Sukhadia University in Udaipur, Rajasthan, and Dr. Sagar Sanwariya, an assistant professor at Government Girl’s College in Nathdwara, Rajasthan, under this program for their book Vittiye Prabhand.

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