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Today’s Current Affairs News Headline – June 15, 2022

Today’s Current Affairs News Headline

Get here today’s current affairs news headlines from Miliposts for June 15, 2022.

National News

• India witnessed a new increase in daily cases of COVID-19, with 8,822 new cases reported in the last 24 hours.
Home Office to prioritize Agniveers in recruitment into the Central Armed Police Forces (CAPF) and Assam Rifles.
• The SEC will discuss India’s first locally developed vaccine against cervical cancer.
India calls for a ‘Yemeni-led and Yemeni-owned’ peaceful negotiation solution to the Yemeni-Houthi conflict.
Educational institutions run by the Falah-e-Aam Trust (FAT), affiliated with the banned organization Jamaat-e-Islami, will be sealed within 15 days.
• AAP, and TRS will not attend the meeting of opposition parties called by West Bengal Chief Minister and TMC chief Mamata Banerjee in Delhi today to decide on the overall presidential candidate.
• In the case of the National Herald, former Congress President Rahul Gandhi will appear before the ED today for the third consecutive day.

Sport News

• Neeraj Chopra broke his own national record at the Pavo Nurmi Games with a throw of 89.3m.
• Sunil Chhetri became the fifth highest goalscorer in international football history.
India topped Group D at the 2023 AFC Asian Cup Qualifier after beating Hong Kong 4-0 with 9 points.
• India defeated South Africa by 48 runs in the third T20I match of the 5 match series on 14 June 2022.
England batsman Jonny Bairstow scored the second-fastest century for his country in Test cricket, beating Ben Stokes’ record on 14 June.
• The US Tennis Association will allow individual athletes from Russia and Belarus to compete at the 2022 US Open, but only under a neutral flag.
• Costa Rica beat New Zealand 1-0 to reach the FIFA World Cup final.
• Serena Williams says she is ready to return to Wimbledon with a single wildcard entry.

International News

• The US Department of State launched the Gandhi-Raja Academic Exchange Initiative.
• The Director General of the WTO, Ngozi Okonjo-Iwela, has proposed to extend the 12th Ministerial Conference in Geneva for one more day.
• The WHO will convene an emergency meeting next week on an ‘unusual and worrying’ monkeypox outbreak.
Global K-POP sensation BTS has announced a hiatus to focus on a solo career, vowing to return one day.
On June 14, a US government advisory panel endorsed the second brand of COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 6 to 17.
• Iran appears to be preparing for a space launch on June 14 when satellite images show a rocket on a rural desert launch pad.



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