Daily Current Affairs 21 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 21 June 2020
- World Music Day: June 21
- International Day of Yoga: June 21
- World Hydrography Day: June 21
- Asia’s Wealthiest Man, Mukesh Ambani Joins Club of World’s 10 Richest
- Indian economist Amartya Sen wins Peace Prize of the German Book Trade
- World Bank approves $1.05 billion to Bangladesh for jobs, economic recovery
- Over 42 crore poor received financial assistance of Rs 65,454 crore under PMGKP
- Atal Innovation Mission partners with CIL to boost its entrepreneurship initiatives
- India Ideas Summit 2020 To Be Held On July 21-22, To Discuss Geopolitics In Post-COVID
- Nirakar Pradhan takes over as PRMIA chief
- China offers Bangladesh tariff exemption for 97% of exports from Dhaka amid tensions with India
- Vijay Khanduja appointed India’s next envoy to Zimbabwe
GK updates 21 June 2020 Current affairs
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