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Daily Current Affairs 2021 June - Current Affairs of India in English 24th June

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

Daily Current Affairs 24th 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 24th June, 2021 

Well here are the Current Affairs Today for Upcoming Exams : 

1. A tenacious New Zealand lifted the inaugural World Test Championship title with a comfortable eight-wicket win over India on the sixth and final day of the marquee final yesterday.

2. MukeshAmbani on Thursday announced a ₹75,000 crore investment in setting up four ‘Giga’ factories to make solar photovoltaic cells, green hydrogen, batteries and fuel cells over the next three years.

3. On June 12, the CEFU of AIR played a national award-winning radio documentary on ATC across its stations. It was done as a rare gesture on the day Savitra B. Rajaram, the producer of the docu-feature that received Akashvani Annual Award in 2015, retired.

4. The United Kingdom has appointed a liaison officer to the Indian Navy’s Information Fusion Centre for Indian Ocean Region (IFC-IOR), which is meant for maritime domain awareness.

5. Bhutan’s Tax Inspectors Without Borders (TIWB) programme launched in partnership with India. Through this India in collaboration with the UNDP and the TIWB Secretariat aims to aid Bhutan in strengthening its tax administration by transferring technical know-how and skills to its tax auditors, and through sharing of best audit practices.

6. The Suez Canal is an artificial sea-level waterway running north to south across the Isthmus of Suez in Egypt, to connect the Mediterranean Sea and the Red Sea.

7. Kotak Mahindra Bank has announced the launch of ‘Pay Your Contact’ the new feature that enables its customers to send money or make payments to any of their contacts across all payment apps simply by the beneficiary’s mobile number. The ‘Pay Your Contact’ service is available on the lender’s mobile banking app and uses the Unified Payments Interface (UPI) platform.

8. For the first time, NTPC won recognition as India’s Best Employers among Nation-Builders 2021. It has been recognized as the ‘Great Place to Work’ for the 15th straight year by the Great Places to Work Institute. It has been ranked at 38th. It was ranked 47 last year.

9. The Tamil Nadu government named Nobel laureate Esther Duflo and former Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan as part of a five-member Economic Advisory Council for the state. The other members in the council are former Chief Economic Adviser Arvind Subramanian, development economist Jean Dr├Ęze and former Union Finance Secretary S Narayan.

10. OnePlus, the global technology brand welcomed cricketer Jasprit Bumrah as Brand Ambassador for its Wearables category.

11. In Assam, the world’s first genetically modified (GM) rubber plant has been planted by Rubber Board, at the board’s farm in Sarutari near Guwahati. The GM rubber sapling was developed at the Rubber Research Institute of India (RRII), in Puthuppally, Kottayam, Kerala.

12. New Zealand defeated India to win the first ICC World Test Championship. New Zealand chased down the target of 139 to win the first-ever World Test Championship final with eight wickets in hand. The last day of the match was played on June 23, 2021.

13. Ahead of the Tokyo Games, the official Olympic theme song for the Indian contingent was launched. Mohit Chauhan has composed and sung the song titled “Lakshya Tera Samne Hai”. The Games will open on July 23 and over 100 Indian athletes have qualified for the event so far.

14. Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik announced a new scheme ‘Ashirbad’ for the education, health and maintenance of Covid orphans. The Chief Minister announced that Rs 2500 per month will be deposited in the bank accounts of family members who have taken the responsibility for the children after the death of their parents.

15. Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani has virtually launched the ‘Agricultural Diversification Scheme-2021’, with the aim of making agriculture sustainable and profitable in the tribal areas of the state. The scheme will benefit more than 1.26 lakh vanbandhu- farmers from 14 tribal districts in Gujarat.

16. Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata, Indian pioneer industrialist and founder of the Tata Group, has topped the inaugural, EdelGive Hurun Philanthropists of the Century list, which ranks the world’s 50 most generous individuals in the last century. As per the report, the total donations made by Mumbai-based Jamsetji Tata is estimated at US$102.4 billion. 

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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?

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