Current Affairs 3 June 2019 In Competitive Exam SSC, PSC, UPSC, Rail, IBPS

By | June 3, 2019

● Satish Chandra Verma Appointed As Advocate General Of Chandigarh

● US To End Preferential Trade Treatment For India From June 5th

● Nihat Özdemir Elected As President Of The Turkish Football Federation

● US Withdraws Tax Exemption Privilege To Pakistani Diplomats

● Birendra Prasad Baishya (AGP) Elected As Member Of The Rajya Sabha

● Kamakhya Prasad Tasa (BJP) Elected As Members Of The Rajya Sabha

● Rajnath Singh Takes Charge As India’s New Defence Minister

● Maharashtra & Rajasthan Ban E-cigarettes , Vape & E-Hookah

● AYUSH Ministry Launches ” Yoga Locator ” App To Help People Locate Yoga Centres

● Manipur Launched ” Yellow Line ” Campaign To Prevent Sale Of Tobacco Products Near Schools & colleges

● ‘ Meghalaya One Citizen One Tree ‘ Campaign Will Be Launched On June 5th

● OPPO Launches ‘ Billion Beats Campaign ’ For The ICC WC 2019

● Total Gross GST Revenue Collected In May , 2019 Is Rs 1,00,289 Cr

● ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 New Zealand Beat Sri Lanka By 10 Wkts

● Uttar Pradesh Govt Bans Use Of Mobile Phone During Cabinet Meetings

 Ford Motor Has Appointed Tim Stone As Chief Financial Officer

● AYUSH Ministry Launches ” Bhavan App ” It Will Provide Geo Time Location & Documentation

● 2 Day Yoga Mahotsava Inaugurated At New Delhi

● Manoj Kumar Pandey Appointed CEO Of Rajya Sabha TV

● Gulf Oil Launches #CheerWithPride Campaign With MS Dhoni & Hardik Pandya

● Austria Appointed Brigitte Bierlein As 1st Female Chancellor

● JP Nadda May Become Next President Of BJP

● India Expresses Interest To Host 2022 AFC Women’s Asian Cup

● France Host 8th FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019

● 24 Teams Participate In FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019

● Official Mascot ” Ettie ” Launched For FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019

● Rajiv Gauba Set To Take Charge As Next Cabinet Secretary

● Liverpool Won European Champions For 6th Time

● Veteran Industrialist B.M. Khaitan Passed Away

● RBI Observing The 1st Week Of June As The ‘ Financial Literacy Week ‘

● 14th Summit Of The Organisation Of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) In The Mecca

● Walmart Appointed Suresh Kumar As CTO , CDO

● Serena Williams Out Of French Open Tennis Tournament 2019

● Indian Men & Women’s Hockey Teams New Jerseys Unveiled

● Bihar CM Nitish Kumar To Expand His Cabinet Today

● Cabinet Has Cleared A Special Scheme For Controlling Foot & Mouth Diseases Of Animals

● 6 Indian-Origin Students Have Won The Prestigious 2019 Scripps National Spelling Bee

● India Has 20 Health Workers Per 10,000 People : NSSO study

● Anton Aditya Subowo Re-Elected As President Of Badminton Asia

● Defence Secretary Sanjay Mitra Given 3 Month Extension In Office

● Arun Kumar Appointed As DG Of Directorate General Of Civil Aviation (DGCA)

● Rs 384 Cr Sanctioned By Bihar Cabinet For Old Age Pension Scheme

● Defence Minister Rajnath Singh To Visit Siachen Glacier Tomorrow

● Cantor Fitzgerald U-21 International 4 Nation Tournament At Dublin

● Indian Women’s Hockey Team Beat Ireland 2-1

● US President Donald Trump Is To Embark On A 3 Day State Visit To Britain From 03 June

. Liverpool FC won the Champions League trophy title for the sixth time at Madrid.  Himachal Pradesh government has decided to provide 10 percent reservation to the Economically Weaker Sections among the general


● RBI Will Announce The FY20’s 2nd Bi-Monthly Monetary Policy On June 6

● Rajasthan Govt Increased Financial Aid Under ‘ Aapki Beti ’ Scheme

. Liverpool FC won the Champions League trophy title for the sixth time at Madrid. 

. Elephanta Festival organised in Mumbai. 

. Yoga Mahotsava was inaugurated by the NITI Aayog Vice-Chairman Rajeev Kumar at New Delhi. 

. Ayush Ministry launched ‘yoga locator’ app to help people locate yoga centres and instructors.

. Centre has shortlisted five cities, Delhi, Shimla, Mysore, Ahmedabad and Ranchi to hold National Programme of the International Yoga Day 2019. 

. ICC has entered into content partnerships with Facebook, YouTube and Twitter. 



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