Latest Current Affairs 14th June 2019

Death toll in North Bihar’s Acute Enephalitis Syndrome outbreak reaches 56: The death toll in North Bihar’s Acute Enephalitis Syndrome outbreak has now risen to 56 with 6 children dying in the last 24 hours. Both The Central and state govts have been taking measures to contain the outbreak of the disease. The focus remains on providing best possible treatment to the affected so that precious lives are not lost.

Union Health Minister writes to West Bengal CM to ensure security to doctors: The doctors’ stir that began from Kolkata at the start of the week has now snowballed to a near nationwide stir. Threat of dire consequences for striking doctors by West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has failed to deter the physicians who want better security. Be it AIIMS in Delhi or all resident doctors in Maharashtra, all held a one-day strike. Union Health Minister Dr Harsh Vardhan has also stepped in.here’s more.

India and Kyrgyzstan ink 15 agreements: Prime Minister Modi and Kyrgyzstan President Sooronbai Jeenbekov jointly inaugurate the India-Kyrgyzstan Business Forum on Thursday. Both nations upgrade ties to strategic partnership levels..exchange 15 documents including an investment treaty bringing the two nations closer than ever before.

PM Modi calls for Global conference to combat Terrorism: Prime Minister Narendra Modi hit out at countries “sponsoring, aiding and funding” terrorism and told top leaders at the SCO Summit that such states must be held accountable. Addressing the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation Summit PM Modi also called for a global conference to combat the scourge of terrorism.

PM Modi jointly inaugurates India-Kyrgz Business Forum: Prime Minister Narendra Modi jointly addressed the business forum in Bishkek.

PM Modi emphasises on sharing India’s expertise in health care and telemedicine with member countries of SCO: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has emphasised on sharing India’s expertise in health care and telemedicine with member countries of Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO).

Doctors in West Bengal refuse to call off strike: Striking junior doctors across West Bengal have refused to end their stir till they are provided adequate security in government hospitals.

No survivors in AN-32 aircraft crash in Arunachal Pradesh: IAF: The Indian Air Force on Thursday confirmed that there are no survivors from the recent crash of AN-32 aircraft.

Cyclone ‘Vayu’ changes course: Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani yesterday chaired a meeting in Gandhinagar with senior officials of the State, Army, and NDRF and discussed over cyclone Vayu.

Boris Johnson tops first round of poll for British PM: Boris Johnson on Thursday won the highest number of votes in the first round of the UK’s leadership poll, securing his position to succeed outgoing British Prime Minister Theresa May, with the field of candidates narrowed to 7 from 10.

Suicide bomber kills civilians, police in eastern Afghanistan: At least 11 people killed in a suicide attack targeted at a police vehicle in Jalalabad in Afghanistan.

Former Maldives President to embark on a solidarity visit to Sri Lanka from today: Former Maldives President and currently parliament speaker Mohamed Nasheed will be on a solidarity visit to Sri Lanka along with a delegation from today.

PM Modi jointly inaugurates India-Kyrgz Business Forum: Prime Minister Narendra Modi jointly addressed the business forum in Bishkek.

ICC World Cup: England beat West Indies by 8 wickets: Chasing 213 for victory, England stamped their authority over West Indies with a 8 wicket win. Starting the innings, English openers Jonny Bairstow and Joe Root milked the bowling.

India beat Japan 7-2 in FIH Series Finals hockey tournament: India outplayed reigning Asian Games champion Japan 7-2 to storm into the summit clash of the FIH Series Finals hockey tournament in Bhubaneswar on Friday, assuring themselves a place in the year end’s Olympic qualifying event.

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