Get here Today’s Current Affairs News Headlines for 2nd July 2022 by Miliposts.
- Union Home Minister Amit Shah launched a plantation drive in Hebatpur, Hyderabad.
- BJP National President JP Nadda inaugurated the party’s national office bearers meeting in Hyderabad.
- The Indian Army and the Indian Air Force joined forces on July 2, 2022, to conduct a cycling expedition from Delhi to Dras. The team comprises 20 soldiers and air warriors and will be led by two women Army and Air Force officers.
- Prime Minister Narendra Modi to attend the 2-day BJP National Executive meeting in Hyderabad.
- Uddhav Thackeray expelled the new Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Eknath Shinde, from Shiv Sena for anti-party activities.
- No race for CM face, Congress will enter Karnataka elections with collective leadership.
- Delhi schools get new assessment criteria for students; Patriotism, Mindset course introduced.
- DRDO conducted the first successful flight test of the Autonomous Flying Wing Technology Demonstrator.
- The central government approved assistance for 35 families of journalists killed due to COVID-19.
- Shiromani Akali Dal will support Draupadi Murmu in the presidential election.
- Veteran actor Joe Turkey passed away at the age of 84.
- A 6.0-magnitude earthquake struck southern Iran around 3 a.m. 10 kilometers away. As per reports, at least three people died.
- The United States announced up to $820 million in additional American weapons, equipment, and supplies to Ukraine.
- Twenty-one were killed after the Russian missile attack in Odesa, Ukraine.
- Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Russian President Vladimir Putin discuss Ukraine, food, and oil prices in a call.
- China opposes India’s alleged plan to hold the G20 meeting in Kashmir.
- Indian-origin Raja Kumar started as the head of the terror financing watchdog.
- According to the QS Best Student Cities Ranking 2023, London has ranked as the best city for students, and Mumbai tops India.
- England vs. India, 5th Test: Ravinder Jadeja and Rishabh Pant create history with a 222-run partnership against England.
- Rishabh Pant became the youngest wicketkeeper and batsman to score 2,000 Test runs.