Daily Current Affairs for UPSC in English | Current Affairs Today for Upcoming Exams

Daily Current Affairs 2021 June - Current Affairs of India in English 11 June

Daily Current Affairs for UPSC in English | Current Affairs Today for Upcoming Exams

Daily Current Affairs 11 June, 2021 

Hello, aspirants are you preparing for any Govt Exam or specially UPSC Prelims 2021? If yes, then you must be aware of the current affairs section for the preparation. Therefore every aspirants of govt exam need to know the latest Daily Current Affairs for UPSC. So for that "Current Affairs Inside" decides to provide you the Daily Current Affairs for UPSC in english. Infact the latest Daily Current Affairs for UPSC in english will be a pedestrian to crack your exam.

In this article we have provided you the Current Affairs Today for Upcoming Exams. The current affairs are generally asked from the past six months. To improve your performance we are providing you with the important daily current affairs of June 2021. It is time that you prepared yourself efficiently before the exam season arrives. So, read all these Current Affairs Today to grab the govt job.

Daily Current Affairs 2021 June :

In order to succeed in the prestigious govt examinations, it is important that the aspirant has access to the Daily Current Affairs for the UPSC IAS examination. Specially the IAS toppers recommend that aspirant start their UPSC preparation with the latest Daily Current Affairs 2021 for UPSC IAS Prelims.

Current Affairs 11 June, 2021 

Well here are the Current Affairs Today for Upcoming Exams : 

1. Nasa said that the newly-discovered exoplanet, TOI-1231 b, is more than three and a half times as big as Earth, calling it “oddly reminiscent” of Neptune. 

2. USA's top public health regulator - the Food and Drug Administration - has refused emergency use approval to the made-in-India Covaxin vaccine. The FDA has sought more data from Bharat Biotech's American partner, Ocugen. 

3. Former BJP senior leader Mukul Roy and his son Subhranshu Roy returned to the Trinamool Congress. 

4. Shikhar Dhawan who has being named as captain of the squad slated to tour Sri Lanka for the limited-overs series said he is humbled by the opportunity. 

5. The team going to Sri Lanka will be coached by Rahul Dravid during the 3-match ODI and T20I series. 

6. 4 Indian Table Tennis players seal their spot for Tokyo Olympics. 

7. President Joe Biden and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson recently inspected documents related to the Atlantic Charter, a declaration signed by British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt in August 1941. 

8. The Nagaland government has decided to institute a committee comprising Opposition leaders to pursue the lingering Naga peace agreement and the Naga political issue with the Centre. 

9. Maharashtra government has asked for state-wide implementation of the ‘Beed model’ of the crop insurance scheme Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bhima Yogna (PMFBY). 

10. The Union Cabinet has approved the allotment of 5 Mhz spectrum in the premium 700 MHz band to the Railways for captive use in areas of public safety and security services. 

11. LTE (Long-Term Evolution) is a fourth-generation (4G) wireless standard that provides increased network capacity and speed for cellphones and other cellular devices compared with third-generation (3G) technology. 

12. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will participate in outreach sessions of UK led G7 virtual summit in Cornwall in June 2021. More in news PM Modi is expected to join G7 summit on 12 and 13 June. This is the second time that Indian Prime Minister will participate in G7 meet.

13. Recently, the World Bank has released its June 2021 Global Economic Prospects. It has forecast India’s GDP growth to be 8.3% for the year 2021-22. India’s economy is expected to grow at 7.5% for 2022-23 and 6.5% for 2023-24. 

14. NITI Aayog, Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI) and RMI India’s new report, “Fast Tracking Freight in India: A Roadmap for Clean and Cost-Effective Goods Transport”, present key opportunities for India to reduce its logistics costs. 

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) :

* Why Current Affairs Are Important?

- Current Affairs has a great weightage in the General Awareness/Knowledge Section. If prepared well, candidates can score good marks and improve their overall score in the Banking Examinations. On the other hand, preparing current affairs also improves your knowledge about National and International Events. 

* How daily current affairs are helpful for an aspirant preparing for Govt. Job?

- When preparing for Government Exams the most important part is the Current Affairs. The candidate should stay updated by making a habit of reading daily current affairs. 

* What is the easiest way of preparing current affairs notes?

- Reading current affairs daily and note them in a precise way would be the easiest way of preparing current affair notes and learning them. Here, we provide you all these study materials.

* How frequently one should study current affairs?

- One should be habitual of reading daily current affairs so that he/she does not miss any event and is aware of what’s going on around at both National & International level. 

* Which is the best monthly current affairs?

- Yojana Magazine & Kurukshetra Magazine. To get it monthly copy CLICK HERE


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