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Today’s Current Affairs News Headline – June 11, 2022

Today’s Current Affairs News Headline

Find today’s current affairs news headlines for June 11, 2022 by Miliposts here.

National News

• In the last 24 hours, 8,329 new cases were reported in India, 4,216 were cured, and ten people died.
• Prophet’s comment line: Two killed in a protest in Jharkhand’s Ranchi.
• 2022 Rajya Sabha Election Result: Out of 6 seats in Maharashtra, BJP won 3 seats: Piyush Goyal, Anil Bonde, and Dhananjay Mahadik won all 3 of their candidates.
• The UN General Assembly passed a resolution on multilingualism, the Hindi language being mentioned for the first time.
• Police deployment continues in Uttar Pradesh’s Prayagraj, where a protest against suspended BJP spokesman Nupur Sharma turned violent on 10 June.
• Indian diplomat Amandeep Singh Gill was appointed chief UN envoy on technology.
• A magnitude 3.7 earthquake struck 64 km SSE of Pahalgam, Jammu, and Kashmir at around 12:37 am.
• The Karnataka government issued new COVID guidelines and made wearing masks mandatory in shopping malls, closed outdoor events, hotels, restaurants, and other public places.
• Danish Ambassador asks Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal to speak on 24/7 water supply and clean air.

International News

• The United States ends the COVID-19 test requirement to travel in the country.
• Imran Khan dismissed Pakistan’s new fiscal year budget as ‘anti-people, anti-business.
• The Chinese Air Force maintains between 20 and 25 frontline fighters near eastern Ladakh.
• 11th Session of India-Turkey Foreign Ministry Consultations held in Ankara.
• Conflict between China and the US when Beijing threatens war on Taiwan.
Ukraine ended Russian arms dependent on allied arms.
• Pakistan will tax the rich, and ban the purchase of certain cars to give relief to the IMF.
• Russia-China inaugurated the first highway bridge.

Sport News

• Pakistan captain Babar Azam achieved a great record despite missing a century in the second ODI against the West Indies. He became the first batsman in international cricket history to score nine consecutive half-centuries in all three formats of the game.




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