Daily Current Affairs 20 June 2020 – Current affairs is all about discussion of news stories that have recently occurred or are ongoing all around the world at the time of broadcast. We cover all the information that related to National, international, sports, important Days, appointments, agreements, obituary etc.
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Daily Current Affairs 20 June 2020
- World Refugee Day: June 20
- India will be United Nations Security Council President for August, 2021
- Former RBI Governor Urjit Patel named NIPFP chairman
- Niti Aayog forms panel to develop job platform for migrant labours
- Govt Launches Portal ‘SATYABHAMA’ to Promote R&D in Mining, Mineral Sector
- RIL becomes India’s first $150 billion company
- Hyundai ties up with HDFC Bank for first online auto retail financing solutions to the customers on its end-to-end online automotive retail platform ‘Click to Buy’.
- Exim Bank extends USD 20.1 mn credit line to Nicaragua govt
- RBI doubles withdrawal limit to Rs 1 lakh for PMC Bank depositors
- Reigning national champion Niki Poonacha has been elected to the International Tennis Federation (ITF) men’s player panel
- Padma Shri awardee Vidyaben passes away
GK updates 20 June 2020 Current affairs
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