PM inaugurates rock temple of Jagadguru Sant Tukaram Maharaj in Dehu village


1.Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s instructions to recruit 10 lakh people in the next one and a half year, in mission mode

Prime Minister Narendra Modi reviewed the status of human resources in all departments and ministries . The Prime Minister’s Office said that Mr. Modi has directed that in the next one and a half years , one million people should be recruited by the government in mission mode.

2.President Ram Nath Kovind dedicates ISKCON’s Sri Rajadhiraja Govinda Temple in Bengaluru

President Ram Nath Kovind dedicated the ISKCON Sri Rajadhiraja Govinda Temple on Vaikunth Hills in Bangalore . This temple is a replica of Lord Venkateshwara installed in Tirupati temple of Andhra Pradesh . After the inauguration ceremony, the President appreciated the divine surroundings and architecture of the temple.

3.PM inaugurates ‘Kranti Gatha’, a newly built gallery of Indian revolutionaries in the British-era underground bunker at Raj Bhavan in Mumbai

Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated ‘ Kranti Gatha ‘, a newly built gallery of Indian revolutionaries in a British-era underground bunker at Raj Bhavan in Mumbai . PM visits new residence and office building of Maharashtra Governor Jal Bhushanalso inaugurated Jal Bhushan Bhawan has been the official residence of the Governor of Maharashtra since 1885. When its lifespan was over, it was demolished and a new building was approved in its place. After this, in August 2019, the Hon’ble President of India had laid the foundation stone of the new building. All the special features of the old building have been preserved in the newly constructed building. At the same time, in the year 2016, the then Governor of Maharashtra, Shri Vidyasagar Rao had found a bunker in the Raj Bhavan. The British used it as a secret store of arms and ammunition. This bunker was renovated in 2019. This bunker has now been converted into a gallery and has been developed as a one of its kind museum to remember the contribution of the freedom fighters and revolutionaries of Maharashtra. This is Vasudev Balwant Phadke, Chapekar brothers, Savarkar brothers, Madam Bhikaji Cama, V B Goget,

4.Union Cabinet approves Memorandum of Association (MOA) by India for setting up of BIMSTEC Technology Transfer Center in Colombo, Sri Lanka

The Union Cabinet chaired by the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has approved a Memorandum of Association (MoA) by India for setting up of Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC) Technology Transfer Facility (TTF) . Colombo of Sri Lanka This was signed by the member countries of BIMSTEC at the fifth BIMSTEC summit held on March 30, 2022. The main objective of BIMSTEC TTF is to strengthen coordination, facilitation and cooperation in technology transfer among BIMSTEC member countries by promoting transfer of technologies, sharing of experiences and capacity building. This TTF will, inter alia, facilitate transfer of technologies among the BIMSTEC member countries in the following priority areas. These priority areas are: Biotechnology, Nanotechnology, Information and Communication Technology, Applications related to Space Technology, Agricultural Technology, Food Processing Technology, Automation in Pharmaceutical Technology, Automation in New and Renewable Energy related Technology, New and Renewable Energy Technology oceanography,

5.The Union Cabinet has approved the signing of cooperation in the field of youth work among the member countries of the SCO

The Union Cabinet approved the signing of cooperation in the field of youth work among the member countries of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization-SCO . The MoU for cooperation in the field of youth work was signed by the Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports on 17 September last year with the member countries. The official working languages ​​of the SCO Secretariat are Russian and Chinese. The aim of the agreement is to strengthen mutual trust, friendly relations and cooperation among the youth of SCO member countries. This agreement will ensure the development of youth cooperation to enhance the friendly relations among the SCO member states. The conditions for youth cooperation will be further improved based on international experience.

6.Approves the proposal to sign an agreement between India and the United Nations to develop Way Finding Applications

The Union Cabinet has approved the proposal to sign an agreement between India and the United Nations to develop a Way Finding Application to be used at the United Nations Office in Geneva . The project for the development of Way Finding Applications was conceptualized in the year 2020 to mark the 75th anniversary of the United Nations. The development and maintenance of this app is estimated to cost $2 million. A large number of delegates arrive at the United Nations Office in five buildings and 21 floors to attend various meetings and conferences. The Way Finding App will help the visitors to find the route inside the campus. This GPS based app will be helpful in locating the rooms and offices.

7.PM inaugurates rock temple of Jagadguru Sant Tukaram Maharaj in Dehu village

Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the rock temple of Jagadguru Sant Tukaram Maharaj at Dehu village near Pune . Shri Modi said that Veer Savarkar lived in the jail during the freedom struggle and did the abhang of Sant Tukaram i.e. Lord Vitthal .Devotional songs were sung in his praise. Sant Tukaram was a Varkari saint and poet. He is known for community-oriented worship through abhanga devotional poetry and kirtan. They lived in Dehu. A rock temple was built after his death, but it could not become a temple formally. This temple is built of stone masonry with 36 peaks. An idol of Sant Tukaram has also been installed in it. Earlier, the Prime Minister visited the idols of Vitthal-Rukmani in the main temple of Dehu. He also worshiped the symbolic pillar of Bhagwat Dharma built in front of the Shila Mandir.

8.Union Civil Aviation Minister presents the first type certificate under the Drone Rules, 2021 to Gurugram-based IO-Tech-world

Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia presented the first type certificate under Drone Rules to IO Tech World Aviation Pvt Ltd in New Delhi . It, Farmers Drone Manufacturingis a leading company in the country. Speaking on the occasion, Mr Scindia said that the target has been set to make India a drone hub by 2030. He said that issuance of type certificate in just 34 days is an important achievement in this direction. This company had applied online 34 days ago on the digital sky platform of Directorate General of Civil Aviation. Drone certification scheme will give a boost to world class drone manufacturing in India. Certification checks of 14 drone prototypes are currently underway. The number of type certified prototypes may exceed one hundred in the next three years.

9.APEDA organizes eight-day mango festival in Bahrain

The Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority (APEDA ) has organized an eight-day mango festival in Bahrain to promote mango exports . The Ministry of Commerce and Industry said that 34 varieties of mangoes from the states of West Bengal, Bihar, Jharkhand, Uttar Pradesh and Odisha have been displayed at eight different places in Bahrain. All these varieties of mangoes have been procured directly from farmers and two agricultural producer organisations. This mango exhibition will run till 20th of this month. The Ministry said that the Mango Festival is part of APEDA’s new initiative to explore the international market potential for Indian mangoes in Bahrain under 2022.

10.Union Cabinet approves development of new Dholera Greenfield Airport in Gujarat

The Union Cabinet approved to develop the new Dholera Greenfield Airport in Gujarat . Operation of this airport is planned to start from 2025-26. Information and Broadcasting Minister Anurag Thakur informed that this airport will be connected through multi-modal connectivity of railways and highways. More than one thousand three hundred and five crore rupees will be spent on the first phase of the airport and its construction work will be completed within 48 months. He said that initially three lakh passengers are expected to move every year. Shri Thakur said that the movement of passengers is expected to increase to twenty three lakhs in twenty years.

11.Ambassador Rabab Fatima appointed UN Secretary General

Ambassador Rabab Fatima , Bangladesh’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations, has been appointed as the Under-Secretary -General of the United Nations. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has announced the appointment of Ambassador Fatima. She will replace Jamaica’s Courteney Ratre who was appointed as the Chef de Cabinet.

12.Karnataka government launches ‘Fruits’ software

The Karnataka government has launched ‘ Farmer Registration & Unified Beneficiary Information System ‘ ( FRUITS ) software for Aadhaar-based, single-window registration for schemes. The FRUITS software will facilitate single registration using Aadhar card and land digitized land record system of Karnataka to authenticate the ownership.

13.Ministry of Coal launches Information and Management module of Single Window Solution System

Ministry of Coal launched Project Information and Management module of Single Window Solution System . Coal Secretary Dr. Anil Kumar Jain inaugurated the new Information Technology-enabled Center in New Delhi. He said that this is an innovative effort of the Ministry towards creating a platform for obtaining various approvals for operation of coal mines in the country.

14.Four sacred Kapilavastu relics of Lord Buddha kept at Batsagan temple in Mongolia with Buddhist chants and musical program

Four sacred Kapilavastu relics of Lord Buddha are kept in the Batsagan temple of Gandan Monastery in Mongolia with Buddhist chants and musical performances . The remains arrived in Mongolia yesterday along with a 25-member delegation led by Union Law and Justice Minister Kiren Rijiju . These relics are among 22 special relics kept in the National Museum of the Ministry of Culture.

15.Construction and Maintenance Project of Cable Based Bridge over Chambal River near Kota-Bypass Puri-Gadkari

Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari has said that the construction and maintenance project of cable based bridge over Chambal river near Kota-Bypass of National Highway-76 in Rajasthan has been completed. Shri Gadkari said in a tweet that 1.5 kilometer long cable bridge over Chambal river has been built at a cost of about Rs 214 crore. It was inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the year 2017. Shri Gadkari said that this project will not only benefit the residents of Hadoti region of Rajasthan but will also reduce the traffic jam in Kota city. The bridge is part of the Kota Bypass and is part of the East-West Corridor from Porbandar (Gujarat) to Silchar (Assam).

16.Maya technique of fortification of maize

A recent study sheds light on how the Maya fortified maize by a chemical process called ‘ nixtamalization ‘ .He also built indoor toilets in pits dug inside the limestone cliffs of the Yucatan Peninsula in Mesoamerica. The Maya are an indigenous people of Mexico and Central America who inhabit modern-day Yucatán, Quintana, Campeche, Tabasco, Chiapas, Guatemala, Belize, El Salvador and Honduras in Mexico. The Maya civilization originated in the Yucatán Peninsula. It is known for its vast architecture, advanced understanding of mathematics and astronomy. Nixtamalization is a method by which the ancient peoples of Mesoamerica, such as the Maya, cooked maize by soaking it in an alkaline solution to make it more flavorful, nutritious and non-toxic. Nixtamal is derived from the Nahuatl word nextamalli, meaning ‘nixtamalized corn flour’.

17.India’s first centralized AC railway terminal commissioned in Bengaluru

The ultra luxury Sir M Visvesvaraya Railway Terminal has been commissioned in Bengaluru , the capital of Karnataka . The Ernakulam Tri-Weekly Express crossed the station to mark this special occasion. According to railway officials, the air-conditioned SMV railway terminal is a project of Rs 314 crore. It has solar rooftop panels and rain water harvesting mechanism.

18.Kishore Rahul Srivastava becomes India’s 74th Grandmaster

Rahul Srivastava P of Telangana has become the 74th Grandmaster of India to clinch the title by breaking the barrier of 2500 (Elo points) in the live FIDE ratings during the 9th Cattolica Chess Festival 2022 in Italy. The 19-year-old reached 2500 Elo Live rating points after drawing his 8th round game against Grandmaster Levan Pantsulia at the Cattolica event. His current Elo rating is 2468. Srivastava had already achieved five GM benchmarks and won the title when he crossed the rating threshold of 2500.

19.Kerala CM inaugurates Cancer Research Center in Kochi

The Chief Minister of Kerala , Pinarayi Vijayan has inaugurated a Cancer Diagnostic and Research Center here, which is the country’s first oncology laboratory for comprehensive cancer diagnosis services . Carkinos Healthcare’s Advanced Center for Cancer Diagnosis and Research will serve as a central laboratory for analyzing samples at the molecular and genomic levels to aid in personalized targeted therapy, predict potential response to treatment and by liquid biopsy. Will evaluate the response.

20.Max Verstappen wins Azerbaijan Grand Prix 2022

Red Bull ‘s Max Verstappen won the Azerbaijan Formula One Grand Prix 2022 (his fifth win of the season). In the process, Verstappen became the most successful driver at Red Bull to date. Red Bull’s Sergio Perez finished second and Mercedes’ George Russell third.

21.Kabir Jayanti

Kabir Jayanti was celebrated across the country on 14 June . On this day the great saint Kabir Das was born. There is controversy regarding the birth year of Saint Kabir. Some say that he was born in 1398, while others say that he was born in 1440. Kabir’s life was centered on Kashi , also known as Banaras (Varanasi).Also called. According to him they were free from rituals and physical penance. Kabir believed in self-surrender and devotion to God. Kabir is a staunch supporter of non-violence. Kabir emphasizes on the observance of non-violence in moral life. He also laid great emphasis on Hindu-Muslim unity. He tried to synthesize Islam and Hinduism by preaching communal harmony and emphasizing the virtues that were common to both the religions. He was against idol worship. He equally condemned Muslim rituals and performing Hajj in Mecca. blood donor day

World Blood Donor Day is celebrated every year on 14 June all over the world . The main objective of this day is to raise awareness about the need for safe blood and blood products and to encourage other people to do this work by expressing gratitude to the blood donors for donating blood. The theme of World Blood Donor Day 2022 is ‘ Donating Blood Is An Act Of Solidarity’. Join the effort and save lives‘ has been laid. The day was started in the year 2005 by the World Health Organization (WHO) with the aim of thanking the donors and ensuring an adequate supply of safe blood. This day is celebrated every year on 14 June in the memory of the great biologist Karl Landsteiner, who was born on 14 June 1868. It is noteworthy that he classified blood cells into A, B and O groups based on the presence of agglutinin present in human blood. In case of complicated medical and surgical procedures, blood is needed to save the life of the patient. natural disasters, Blood also plays an important role in the treatment of the injured in emergency situations like accidents and military conflicts. It is very essential as a life saver. Despite being so important, obtaining safe blood remains challenging even today. As a result most of the low and middle income countries face problems in providing safe blood to their citizens due to various reasons like lack of infrastructure.

23.Long distance running legend Hari Chand passes away

Long distance sprinter Hari Chand , a two-time Olympian and two-time Asian Games gold medalist , passed away in Jalandhar He was 69 years old. Chand won the 5000 and 10,000 meters gold at the 1978 Bangkok Asiad and also won the 10,000 meters title at the 1975 Asian Championships in Seoul . Hari Chand was counted among the great players of India. He belonged to Ghoreva village in Hoshiarpur district of Punjab.

24.Asia’s ‘longest tooth’ elephant Bhogeshwar dies of natural causes

Bhogeshwara, reportedly the longest-toothed elephant in Asia, died of natural causes at the age of 60. The wild elephant, also known as Mr. Kabini , was found dead in the Gundre range of Bandipur Tiger Reserve in Karnataka . According to forest department officials, Bhogeshwar’s teeth were 2.54 meters and 2.34 meters long. Known for its gentle nature, the elephant is a frequent visitor to the Kabini backwaters for the past three decades.