Latest Current Affairs 10th June 2018

Amit Shah slams Rahul over Congress’ poor track record: BJP President Amit Shah launched a scathing attack on Congress president Rahul Gandhi over his party’s performance in 55 years and questioned him for seeking an account of the work done by the BJP-led government in the last four years.

Arun Jaitley criticises Cong for creating hue and cry over judicial appointment issue:Union Minister Arun Jaitley today questioned Congress party’s hue and cry, after govt referred a case back for reconsideration on appointment of judges.

Assam: 15 people arrested in lynching incident in Karbi Anglong:In Assam, police have arrested 15 people in connection with the lynching incident of two young men in Karbi Anglong.

J&K: 6 terrorists neutralised in Keran sector:In Jammu and Kashmir, six terrorists were killed after security forces foiled an infiltration bid in Keran Sector along LoC in Kupwara district Sunday morning.

Heavy rains lash parts of Maharashtra as SW monsoon advances:Conditions are becoming favourable for further advance of the southwest monsoon into some more parts of Chhattisgarh, Odisha, some parts of West Bengal and Sikkim, remaining parts of northwest Bay of Bengal and northeastern states during the next 36 hours.

Connectivity with neighbourhood and in SCO region is India’s priority: PM Modi:Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Sunday that connectivity with the neighbourhood and in the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) region is India’s priority as he stressed that his country was committed to extending full cooperation to a successful outcome of the Summit.

PM Modi holds meeting with Chinese President:Further strengthening the positive momentum in the bilateral relationship generated at the Wuhan Informal Summit, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had a warm and forward looking meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping on the sidelines of the SCO Summit. The two leaders discussed implementation of Wuhan consensus and drawing up a blueprint for future India-China relations.

Trump backs out of joint G7 communique after accusing ‘meek and mild’ Trudeau of ‘false statements’:US President Donald Trump has retracted his endorsement of the joint communique issued at the end of the G7 summit, accusing Canada of “dishonesty”.

Guatemala delivers relief goods to volcano affected-people:Guatemala is delivering relief goods to people affected by the powerful eruption of a highly active volcano near the country’s capital.

With flowers on guns, Singapore gets ready for Trump-Kim ‘peace meet’:An old colonial fort-turned-tourist attraction in Singapore decorated their cannons with bouquets of flowers on Saturday to symbolise peace, ahead of an anticipated summit between US and North Korea which is due to take place nearby.

Trump withdraws G7 joint statement, accusing Trudeau of “dishonesty”:US President Donald Trump dramatically withdrew his endorsement of a joint statement at the end of a G7 summit in Canada, in a row over trade, accusing the summit’s chairman Justin Trudeau of dishonesty.

Nadal wins 11th French Open despite late injury scare:Rafael Nadal claimed an 11th French Open title today with a 6-4 6-3 6-2 demolition of Dominic Thiem despite a worrying injury scare in the closing stages of the final.

India has potential to play in FIFA World Cup soon: Rathore:Sports Minister Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore says India has the potential to play in the FIFA World Cup in near future but the country can reach that standard only if opportunities are created for the players.

Milky Way disc much bigger than thought: StudyL:It would take us 2,00,000 years to cross the disc of our galaxy if we could travel at the speed of light, say scientists who found that the disc of the Milky Way is bigger than thought.

Cautiously optimistic” on Ebola outbreak in Congo: WHO:As the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo starts to stabilise, the WorldHealth Organization (WHO) continues to proceed with caution.

Bad news becomes hysteria in crowds: Study:News stories about terrorism, disease outbreaks, natural disasters, and other potential threats become increasingly negative, inaccurate and hysterical when passed from person to person, a study has found.