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Latest Current Affairs 29th June 2019

J&K: President’s Rule Extended by 6 Months: Lok Sabha approves extension of the President’s rule in Jammu and Kashmir by six months. Home Minister Amit Shah moves a statutory resolution in the Lower House. The Jammu and Kashmir Reservation (Amendment) Bill, 2019 also gets nod of the Lok Sabha.

G20 Summit 2019: PM Modi attends Japan-America-India trilateral meeting: Prime Minister Narendra Modi participated in a ‘JAI’ or Japan-America-India trilateral meeting. The three leaders discussed improving connectivity and infrastructure in the Indo-Pacific region. PM Modi described JAI as a coming together of three democracies.

Second day of G20 Summit in Osaka, Japan: Prime Minister Narendra Modi scheduled to hold a series of bilateral talks on the sidelines of the Osaka summit on Saturday. Leaders’ side event on women empowerment is also scheduled.

IAF aircraft suffers engine failure mid-air due to bird hit, lands safely in Ambala: On the morning of 27 June, 2019, an Indian Air Force Jaguar aircraft loaded with two additional fuel drop tanks and Carrier Bomb light Stores (CBLS) pods took off from Air Force Station Ambala for a training mission.

Nepal’s PM K. P. Sharma Oli has called upon for having national consensus on foreign policy: Nepal’s Prime Minister K. P. Sharma Oli has called upon for having national consensus on foreign policy. Delivering a key note address at the National Dialogue on Foreign Policy in Kathmandu today, he said country’s foreign policy should have one perspective. He said there should not be any shift due to any person or party.

Srilankan govt restructures entire system to strengthen intelligence apparatus and national security: Srilankan government has said it has taken steps to restructure and streamline the entire system in order to strengthen the intelligence apparatus and national security in wake of Easter Sunday attacks.

Nepal’s Minister for Foreign Affairs Pradeep Kumar Gyawali to embark on six day visit to China tomorrow: Nepal’s Minister for Foreign Affairs Pradeep Kumar Gyawali will embark on six day visit to China tomorrow. During the visit, Mr. Gyawali will attend the 13th World Economic Forum Annual Meeting of the New Champions at Dalian city from July 1 to 3.

Nepal celebrates National Plantation Day today: Nepal is celebrating National Plantation Day today. On this occasion Prime Minister K.P. Sharma Oli has urged the people of Nepal to take care of trees like their children.

Coffee slump forces Central Americans to migrate: After international coffee prices in May hit their lowest levels in 13 years, due largely to surging output in Brazil and Vietnam, dozens of arabica coffee growers in Central America such as Guatemala and Honduras, have swelled the ranks of migrants trying to enter the United States, stoking the ire of U.S. President Donald Trump.

Bids to destroy WTO is counter-productive: Putin: Attempts to lower the role of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) or to destroy it are counter-productive, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Friday.

G20 Summit 2019: China announces measures to lead high-quality world economy: Chinese President Xi Jinping Friday announced a package of five major opening-up measures at the ongoing G20 summit in Osaka, Japan, which is expected to lead the development of a high-quality world economy.

Second day of G20 Summit in Osaka, Japan: Prime Minister Narendra Modi scheduled to hold a series of bilateral talks on the sidelines of the Osaka summit on Saturday. Leaders’ side event on women empowerment is also scheduled.

IAF aircraft suffers engine failure mid-air due to bird hit, lands safely in Ambala: On the morning of 27 June, 2019, an Indian Air Force Jaguar aircraft loaded with two additional fuel drop tanks and Carrier Bomb light Stores (CBLS) pods took off from Air Force Station Ambala for a training mission.

Nepal’s PM K. P. Sharma Oli has called upon for having national consensus on foreign policy: Nepal’s Prime Minister K. P. Sharma Oli has called upon for having national consensus on foreign policy. Delivering a key note address at the National Dialogue on Foreign Policy in Kathmandu today, he said country’s foreign policy should have one perspective. He said there should not be any shift due to any person or party.

Srilankan govt restructures entire system to strengthen intelligence apparatus and national security: Srilankan government has said it has taken steps to restructure and streamline the entire system in order to strengthen the intelligence apparatus and national security in wake of Easter Sunday attacks.

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Nepal’s Minister for Foreign Affairs Pradeep Kumar Gyawali to embark on six day visit to China tomorrow: Nepal’s Minister for Foreign Affairs Pradeep Kumar Gyawali will embark on six day visit to China tomorrow. During the visit, Mr. Gyawali will attend the 13th World Economic Forum Annual Meeting of the New Champions at Dalian city from July 1 to 3.

Nepal celebrates National Plantation Day today: Nepal is celebrating National Plantation Day today. On this occasion Prime Minister K.P. Sharma Oli has urged the people of Nepal to take care of trees like their children.

Coffee slump forces Central Americans to migrate: After international coffee prices in May hit their lowest levels in 13 years, due largely to surging output in Brazil and Vietnam, dozens of arabica coffee growers in Central America such as Guatemala and Honduras, have swelled the ranks of migrants trying to enter the United States, stoking the ire of U.S. President Donald Trump.

Bids to destroy WTO is counter-productive: Putin: Attempts to lower the role of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) or to destroy it are counter-productive, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Friday.

G20 Summit 2019: China announces measures to lead high-quality world economy: Chinese President Xi Jinping Friday announced a package of five major opening-up measures at the ongoing G20 summit in Osaka, Japan, which is expected to lead the development of a high-quality world economy.

FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019: Fans party as U.S. tops France: A throng of soccer fans, office workers and curious tourists crowded into New York’s Times Square on Friday afternoon to watch a giant screen show the United States defeat France in one of the hottest matches in the history of the women’s World Cup.

ICC World Cup 2019: South Africa beat Sri Lanka by 9 wickets: South Africa beat Sri Lanka by nine wickets at Chester-le-Street. Traditional rivals New Zealand and Australia will fight it out at Lord’s on Saturday. Also, Pakistan to meet Afghanistan at Headingley.

Bjorn Again kick off music at sun-drenched Glastonbury Festival: Abba-tribute act Bjorn Again opened Glastonbury Festival’s famous Pyramid Stage in hot sunshine as organisers encouraged festival goers to put on sunscreen and drink plenty of water.

Cuba legalizes independent movie-making: Cuba’s Communist government issued a decree legalizing the country’s independent movie industry in a move that should facilitate production, although critics said it fails to resolve issues of censorship and distribution.

Chinese scientists sequence whole genome of 3,800-year-old wheat samples: Chinese scientists have sequenced the whole genome of seven 3,800-year-old wheat samples unearthed from Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, decoding the food crop’s spreading route into China.

Ethan Lindenberger addresses the United Nations: Ethan Lindenberger, the 18-year-old who gained fame after getting vaccinated against his mother’s wishes, called on young people to “take a stand”.

NASA to send drone to Saturn’s moon for clues on human origins: NASA plans to send a drone named Dragonfly to Saturn’s biggest moon, Titan, the agency said, announcing the space agency’s latest high-profile mission to explore the solar system for clues on humanity’s origins.

Sotheby’s to auction rare videotape of Neil Armstrong’s first steps on moon: A one-time NASA intern who bought a truckload of videotapes to resell them may end up a millionaire next month when Sotheby’s auctions what it says is the only surviving original recording of man’s first steps on the moon 50 years ago.

Bangladeshi man suffering from ‘treeman syndrome’ wants amputation: A Bangladeshi man in his 20s, who has been suffering from a rare genetic disease known as ‘tree man’ syndrome, said on Friday that he wants his hands to be amputated as over two years of treatments has brought little relief.

California hillside glows with thousands of colorful solar-powered lights: A hillside in California’s wine country has been brought to life with thousands of colourful solar-powered lights.

Dustbin man dubbed ‘a hero’ after saving hamster: This is the moment a “hero” refuse worker rescued a hamster which had been dumped and left to die in a bin – outside McDonalds.

Updated: July 1, 2019 — 10:50 am
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