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Today’s Current Affairs News Headline – June 24, 2022

Today’s Current Affairs News Headline

Get today’s current affairs news headlines for June 24, 2022, by Millipost here.

National News

• NDA candidate Draupadi Murmu has to submit her presidential election nominations today.
• The opposition candidate for the presidential elections, Yashwant Sinha, will submit his nomination for the June 27 elections.
• Former DGP of Punjab, Dinkar Gupta, has been appointed as the new Director-General of NIA.
India invited to G7 because the agenda is ‘deep and varied’, not to isolate them from Russia: US.
• The Odisha government wins the first prize in the National MSME Awards 2022
• Shiv Sena seeks disqualification of Eknath Shinde, 11 other rebel MLAs, asks Vice President of Maharashtra.
• The term of the Director of AIIMS, Randeep Guleria, was extended for three months or until the appointment of a new director, whichever comes first.

Science and Technology

• The largest bacteria in the world were discovered in the mangroves of Guadalupe.
• Launch of the GSAT-24 satellite in India, total capacity leased to Tata Play.

Sport News

• Indian all-rounder R Ashwin recovers from Covid-19 and joins the Indian team ahead of the Edgbaston test.
• Transgender players can choose to play on the German Football Federation’s men’s or women’s teams.

International News

• The US Senate passed a bipartisan gun safety bill to address gun violence in the US.
• US top court rules that Americans have a fundamental right to carry firearms publicly; President Biden expressed disappointment with him.
• JK Rowling was mocked by Russian comedians posing as President Zelensky of Ukraine.
• Former Miss Brazil Gliese Correa passed away after complications from surgery.
• Khabi Lam becomes the most followed Tik Tok video creator.
• British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and the Conservatives suffered two landslide defeats in parliamentary by-elections, including a seat in southwest England that the party had held for more than a century.
• Israel reveals a rare early mosque in the Negev desert with “a square room and a wall facing the direction of Mecca.”
• Turkey’s central bank once again outperformed global trends and held its benchmark interest rate steady despite one of the world’s highest levels of consumer price growth.
• EU leaders granted candidate status to Ukraine and Moldova in a strong show of support against the Russian invasion.
• The US sent an additional $450 million worth of weapons, including rocket systems, to Ukraine.
• Georgia will work determinedly to achieve EU candidate status.
• France wants full gas storage capacity by fall as Russia cuts supplies.



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