Latest Current Affairs 20th June 2019

25 people killed in Himachal Pradesh bus mishap: At least 25 people were killed and 35 others severely injured when an overloaded bus fell into a deep drain in Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh.  The private bus fell into the over 300-metre-deep nullah near the Dhoth Morh in Banjar tehsil of the district.

Bihar: 16 additional beds added to pediatrics ICU in SKMCH, Muzaffarpur: In Muzaffarpur district of Bihar, 16 additional beds have been added to pediatrics ICU in view of rising number of cases of children affected with encephalitis in Sri Krishna Medical College Hospital.

Preparations in full swing for 5th International Day of Yoga tomorrow: Preparations are in full swing for the 5th International Yoga Day celebrations on Friday. The main event will take place in Jharkhand capital Ranchi which will be led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

AN 32 Crash: Mortal remains of all 13 people recovered: The mortal remains of all the 13 people, who were onboard the crashed Indian Air Force AN 32 aircraft, have been recovered from the accident site at Siang district in Arunachal Pradesh.

President addresses joint sitting of Lok Sabha & Rajya Sabha: President Ramnath Kovind on Thursday addressed the joint sitting of Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha in the Central Hall of Parliament. The President’s address provides a blueprint of government’s plans for the coming year. It also presents a picture of government’s achievements and milestones.

DD India to be available in Bangladesh, South Korea: In a bid to boost India’s relations with its neighbours, the government has signed agreements with Bangladesh and South Korea, under which telecast of DD INDIA channel will be available will be available in those countries, while their state channels will be shown on DD Free Dish.

World Refugee Day being observed today: World Refugee Day is observed on 20th June every year to raise awareness about the conditions and problems that refugee faces in their lives. The theme for World Refugee Day 2019 is ‘Step With Refugees — Take A Step on World Refugee Day.’

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