12 June 2019 Important Current Affairs
The Union Cabinet chaired the meeting of the Governor of Jammu and Kashmir in the chairmanship of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, according to the information of the present state of the state, the period of President’s rule in Jammu and Kashmir under Article 356 (4) is 6 months from 3 July 2019 Is approved to increase.
13 June 2019 Important Current Affairs
Minister of State for Culture and Tourism Prahlad Singh Patel inaugurated an exhibition “Existence: Prabhakar: Mehra of Barve” in the National Gallery of Modern Art, New Delhi. This is the first exhibition of its kind organized in New Delhi, in which artistic works will be displayed in four separate steps.
14 June 2019 Important Current Affairs
Sahitya Akademi has selected 22 authors for the Sahitya Akademi Bal Sahitya Award 2019 and 23 authors for the Youth Awards 2019. Child literature award is related to books which have been published in the first 5 years of the year.
15 June 2019 Important Current Affairs
Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the inaugural session of the 5th meeting of the Administrative Council of the Policy Commission in the Rashtrapati Bhawan Sanskrit Bhawan in New Delhi. The Prime Minister said that the Policy Commission has to play an important role in achieving the goal of everyone, everyone’s development, everyone’s faith.
16 June 2019 Important Current Affairs
Cyclone “Wayu” wreaks havoc on Gujarat coast. This time it has been named by India. According to the Indian Meteorological Department, its speed was 80 to 90 kilometres per hour. It is common for a cyclone to occur in June. Only a few of them are produced in the Arabian Sea. Most cyclones rise in the Bay of Bengal.
17 June 2019 Important Current Affairs
Amitabh Bachchan has started the “See Now” campaign to completely eliminate blindness in Uttar Pradesh. On this occasion, he said that people will be encouraged to get eye examinations through “See Now”.
18 June 2019 Important Current Affairs
The Central Road Transport and Highways Ministry have decided to remove the compulsorily minimum requirement of the driver for running transport vehicles. Under Rule 8 of Central Automotive Rules 1989, it is necessary for the driver to pass the 8th pass.
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