Latest Current Affairs 22nd June 2019

BSP MP remanded to 14-day judicial custody: A local court in Varanasi today remanded in 14-day judicial custody, newly elected Bahujan Samaj Party MP from Ghosi, Atul Rai, who has been accused of rape.

Last date for filing GST returns extended: Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman chairs her first GST Council meeting. Council extends last date for filing annual returns to August 31. Council also allows use of Aadhaar by businesses for registration under GST.

PM: Yoga a blend of knowledge, work and devotion: Fifth International Yoga Day celebrated with great enthusiasm across the Country. Prime Minister Narendra Modi leads the nation in celebrating Yoga, urges people to make yoga integral part of life.

Fresh Anti Triple Talaq Bill introduced in 17th Lok Sabha: Government shows commitment to deliver justice for Muslim women as Fresh Anti Triple Talaq bill is first bill introduced in the 17th Lok Sabha.

Bangladesh government reveals name of top 300 loan defaulters: Finance Minister of Bangladesh AHM Mustafa Kamal today in the parliament revealed the names of the top 300 loan defaulters.

Kim, Xi reach consensus to develop relations irrespective of international situation: The leaders discussed a series of plans for strengthening collaboration between their two countries.

Mexico to meet 19 countries to boost plan against illegal migration towards US: Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard said that Mexico would meet with 19 countries in the coming weeks in an attempt to boost support for a plan to stem illegal migration toward the United States.

Pakistan continues to be on FATF ‘grey list’: FATF maintains Grey list status of Pakistan, expresses concern over insufficient steps taken to curb terror financing.

India raises concerns over rising oil prices with Saudi Arabia: According to a government statement, India raised concerns regarding rising oil prices.

SBI plans tapping Singapore SME businesses: The State Bank of India is planning to expand its market in Singapore by enhancing its relationship across small and medium enterprises (SMEs) some of which have strong footholds across Asia Pacific.

India won’t lower guard against mauled Rashid: Vijay Shankar: India are not underestimating the threat Rashid Khan poses even after he was mauled by England in his previous outing, all-rounder Vijay Shankar said ahead of Saturday’s World Cup match against Afghanistan.

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: England lost to Sri Lanka by 20 runs: England were bowled out for 212 in 47 overs.

Chinese tourists flock to lake to recreate viral photos: Chinese tourists are flocking to a lake in southwest Yunnan province to recreate photos that have gone viral on social media, the country’s latest selfie craze.

Acropolis Museum opens ancient Athens neighborhood site: Greece’s Acropolis Museum opened an excavation site underneath its modern building on Friday, allowing visitors for the first time to walk through an ancient Athenian neighbourhood that survived from the Classical era to Byzantine times.

South Indian restaurant in Southampton frequented by India players: Chennai Dosa, a popular South Indian restaurant in Southampton, is frequented by India players like Dinesh Karthik and Vijay Shankar.

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