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Current Affairs Today Headline- 4 June 2022

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Find here Today’s Current Affairs News Headlines by Jagran Josh for 4 June 2022.

Current Affairs Headline

Current Affairs Headline

National News

  • 11 Rajya Sabha candidates, including eight from Bharatiya Janata Party elected unopposed in Uttar Pradesh.
  • Sriya Lenka, an 18-year olf from Odisha, becomes India’s first-ever-K Pop Artist.
  • Supreme Court bans mining, permanent structures within a 1-km radius of national parks, and wildlife sanctuaries.
  • Government to take strong action against wheat exporters generating backdated Letter of Credits: Union Minister Piyush Goyal.
  • India at the United Nation says that the role of ‘external actors’ worsening situation in Syria.
  • EAM S Jaishankar and his Slovak counterpart review bilateral cooperation, discuss Ukraine Conflict.
  • Union Cabinet likely to approve new military recruitment scheme soon.
  • INS Akshay and Nishank decommissioned after rendering 32 years of glorious service to the nation.
  • Central Government asks five states to monitor the clusters of COVID-19 cases, follow a five-fold strategy.
  • Vice President Venkaiah Naidu along with Indian delegation visits the National Assembly of Senegal.
  • COVID Highlights: India records 4,041 new COVID cases, 10 deaths in 24 hours.
  • Adani Group to invest Rs. 70,000 crores in Uttar Pradesh.

International News

  • Two Reuters Journalists injured and a driver was killed on June 3, 2022, in Eastern Ukraine.
  • China trying to erase history, threaten human rights: Blinken on 33rd anniversary of Tiananmen Massacre.
  • China to launch Crewed Mission on June 5 to build Space Station.
  • France Confirms 51 Monkeypox cases: Health Official.
  • US President Joe Biden confirms the possibility of a Saudi Arabia Trip.

Sports News

  • The Khelo India Youth Games are set to begin on June 4 with the spectacular opening ceremony.
  • French Open 2022: Casper Russ of Norway beats Marin Cilic by 3-6 6-4 6-2 6-2 in the men’s singles semi-final to set up a final clash with Rafael Nadal.
  • FIBA U-18 Asian Championship 2022 SABA Qualifiers: Hosts India drub the Maldives.

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