Latest Current Affairs of 4 June 2018

Union Ministers continue their outreach program to showcase govt’s achievements: Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said that today is a historic day in the field of  energy security in India.

Sampark for Samarthan Campaign: Amit Shah meets Baba Ramdev: Baba Ramdev said the country has received a positive and encouraging leadership under four years of Modi government.

EAM Sushma Swaraj addresses BRICS meet: BRICS and IBSA are two major groupings where India has been playing a key role.

PM Modi addresses opening session of 49th Governors’ Conference: Prime Minister said that during the recent Gram Swaraj Abhiyan from 14th April, seven key schemes of the Government were implemented fully in over 16000 villages.

Two-day conference of Governors commences at Rashtrapati Bhavan: This is the 49th such Conference being held at Rashtrapati Bhavan.

Pakistan violates ceasefire again days after promise on 2003 Agreement; 2 BSF soldiers martyred: Two BSF personnel, including an officer, were today martyred as Pakistani Rangers targeted Indian posts along the IB here with mortars and firing, a violation which comes nearly a week after DGMOs of both countries agreed to implement the ceasefire pact of 2003 in “letter and spirit”.

EAM Sushma Swaraj to attend BRICS Foreign Ministers’ Meeting in South Africa today: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj has reached South Africa for her five-day visit to South Africa.

Over 50 migrants die in Mediterranean crossings: More than 50 migrants drowned in the Mediterranean, the majority off the coasts of Tunisia and Turkey, while Italy marked a sea change in its policy.

Runners battle it out over the clouds in Ultra Skymarathon in Madeira: Scotland’s Jonathan Albon and Ragna Debats of the Netherlands clinched victory in the second race of the Ultra SkyMarathon series in Madeira, Portugal on Saturday (June 2).

After 168 days in space, Expedition 55 crew returns to Earth: After 168 days in space, three crew members from the International Space Station returned to Earth on Sunday (June 3).

14th century Maori village discovered in New Zealand: Scientists have discovered the peripheries of a 14th century Maori village in New Zealand, containing tools and food items that can shed more light on the lifestyle of the settlers.

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