Latest Current Affairs 06th June 2018

BJP Chief meets ally, star and industry doyen in Mumbai: The BJP president first met Bollywood actress Madhuri Dixit on the Maharashtra leg of his Sampark for Samarthan campaign.

Bonanza for rural postal employess: The revision in the wage structure would entail an estimated expenditure of Rs 1257.75 during 2018-19 benefitting 3.07 lakh Gramin Dak Sevaks.

J&K: 3 terrorists neutralized in Machhil along LoC: In Jammu & Kashmir, three armed terrorists have been killed after Army foiled an infiltration bid in Machhil sector along the Line of Control in North Kashmir’s Kupwara district.

PM interacts with young entrepreneurs; says today’s youngsters are becoming job creators: Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that today’s youngsters are becoming job creators and his govt. is committed to harnessing of demographic dividend.

Nepal’s Chief of Army Staff on six-day visit to India: General Chhetri will attend the Officer Cadet’s ‘Passing Out Parade’ as Chief Reviewing officer at Indian Military Academy in Dehradun on Saturday.

Preparations for summit with North Korea moving along very well: Donald Trump: US President Donald Trump today said that preparations for the June 12 summit meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is moving along very well.

Global economy is healthy but growth will slow:World Bank: The steadily expanding global economy should remain resilient, at least for a couple of years, the World Bank has said.

After French Open blow, Novak Djokovic faces career crisis point: Novak Djokovic is facing the gravest crisis of his career after a shock French Open defeat to Italian journeyman Marco Cecchinato left him contemplating missing Wimbledon to rebuild his game and reboot his state of mind.

Facebook shared data with Chinese phone makers: Media report: Facebook has data-sharing pacts with at least four Chinese companies including Huawei that has been flagged by American intelligence agencies as a national security threat, a media report has claimed.

Virat Kohli among world’s highest-paid athletes; no women in top 100: Forbes: India cricket captain Virat Kohli is among the world’s highest-paid athletes, according to a Forbes’ compilation topped by American boxing champion Floyd Mayweather.