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Welcome to the daily current affairs update for June 11th, 2023. In this article, we will cover the most significant events and news from around the world in both Hindi and English languages.
Today’s Daily Current Affairs in Hindi & English PDF | 11th June 2023
National Exit Test (NExT) to Replace Final-Year MBBS Exam in 2024
The National Exit Test (NExT) will replace the final-year MBBS exams and NEET PG in 2024. The exam, conducted by the National Medical Commission (NMC), will assess the clinical, communication, and procedural skills of MBBS graduates. The Health Ministry also announced the addition of 50 medical colleges and highlighted the recognition status of others. The NExT exam aims to ensure the required skills and knowledge for practicing medicine and improve medical education quality. It will be a computer-based test divided into theory and practical parts, evaluating various skills of MBBS graduates.
Indian Navy’s Multi-Carrier Operations: Showcasing Maritime Capabilities and Air Power
Indian Navy showcased its maritime capabilities with a display of multi-carrier operations and deployment of over 35 aircraft in the Arabian Sea. The exercise involved INS Vikramaditya and INS Vikrant, along with other ships, submarines, and aircraft, highlighting India’s technological expertise. These aircraft carriers serve as launch platforms for various aircraft and provide mission flexibility. The demonstration emphasizes the importance of sea-based air power and the role of aircraft carriers in shaping defense strategy and promoting regional stability.
Government of India Constitutes Peace Committee in Manipur to Foster Ethnic Harmony and Dialogue
The Indian government has formed a Peace Committee in Manipur, led by the Governor. The committee consists of the Chief Minister, ministers, politicians, civil servants, educators, artists, social workers, and representatives of different ethnic groups. Its objective is to promote peace and dialogue among the various ethnic groups in the state, as announced by the Union Home Minister and Minister of Cooperation, Amit Shah, during his visit to Manipur.
Khadi Sector’s Remarkable Growth: 332% Sales Surge in 9 Years
Khadi products in India have experienced a massive 332% sales growth over the past nine years, with a turnover of over Rs. 1.34 lakh crore. The sector has also created nearly a million jobs in rural areas. Khadi has gained popularity both domestically and internationally due to its craftsmanship and ethical production processes. The government’s initiatives, such as “Make in India” and “Vocal for Local,” have played a crucial role in this growth. The success of the sector contributes to the economic empowerment of artisans and reinforces India’s position in handcrafted textiles.
Severe Cyclonic Storm Biparjoy Intensifies, Monsoon Arrival Accelerated: IMD Update
Cyclonic storm Biparjoy, categorized as ‘very severe,’ is expected to intensify in the next 24 hours and move in a north-northeastward direction. Fishermen are warned against venturing into the seas. Additionally, a low-pressure area over the Bay of Bengal will likely accelerate the arrival of the monsoon in northeastern India. The Southwest monsoon has already advanced into several parts, and further progress is anticipated in the coming 48 hours.
PM Modi to Inaugurate First-Ever National Training Conclave for Civil Servants: Strengthening Training Infrastructure and Capacity Building
PM Modi will inaugurate the first-ever National Training Conclave on June 11, aiming to strengthen the training infrastructure for civil servants. The conclave will bring together representatives from various training institutes and government departments to generate solutions and strategies for capacity building. It aligns with Mission Karmayogi, a government initiative to equip civil servants with the necessary skills for effective public service delivery.
BSF-BGB Border Co-ordination Conference in Delhi: Discussing Border Issues and Crime Control
The 53rd Director General Level Border Co-ordination Conference between the Border Security Force (BSF) of India and the Border Guards Bangladesh (BGB) will take place from 11th to 14th June in Delhi. The conference aims to discuss border-related issues, curb trans-border crimes, share information, and focus on developmental and infrastructural works. The last conference was held in Dhaka, Bangladesh, in July 2022, and these meetings have been taking place since 1975, alternating between India and Bangladesh.
Enhancing Sri Lanka-India Relations: Expansion of Maritime and Air Services for Increased Travel Opportunities
Sri Lanka and India aim to strengthen their bilateral relations by expanding maritime and air services between the two countries. The Indian High Commissioner and Sri Lanka’s Ports, Shipping, and Aviation Minister discussed plans to increase flights between Madras and Jaffna and explore the possibility of extending flights to Ratmalana Airport. Sri Lanka is also interested in receiving passenger ships from Indian ports, which would benefit low-income Sri Lankans on pilgrimages to places like Bodhgaya in India. This expansion is expected to enhance travel opportunities and cultural exchanges between the two nations.
India Dominates Digital Payment Landscape with 89.5 Million Transactions in 2022
India dominated the digital payment landscape in 2022 with 89.5 million transactions, surpassing the combined total of the next four leading countries. Prime Minister Narendra Modi highlighted India’s technological advancements and expressed a commitment to maintaining this momentum. The country’s digital transformation model, focusing on open-source platforms and collaborations, has enabled startups and private companies to develop solutions for people’s needs. India’s Unified Payments Interface (UPI) also achieved a new record with over 7.82 billion transactions worth Rs 12.82 trillion in December 2022. The virtual launch of cross-border connectivity between UPI and Singapore’s PayNow further strengthened international fintech cooperation. Several countries have already partnered with India, while others have shown interest in adopting UPI and RuPay.
Murali Sreeshankar Secures Third Place in Men’s Long Jump at Paris Diamond League 2023
Murali Sreeshankar, an Indian athlete, secured the third position in the men’s long jump event at the Paris Diamond League 2023. With a jump of 8.09m, he finished behind Miltiadis Tentoglou and Simon Ehammer. This was Sreeshankar’s first-ever medal in a Diamond League event and his second appearance in the league. The competition was closely contested, with Sreeshankar improving his performance in each round. Despite a setback in the fourth attempt, he managed to secure third place. The Paris Diamond League is part of the highly competitive annual league organized by Wo
India Advances to Women’s Junior Asia Cup 2023 Finals with Victory over Japan
India secured a place in the finals of the Women’s Junior Asia Cup 2023 after defeating Japan with a goal in the last quarter. The victory also qualifies them for the FIH Women’s Junior World Cup 2023. The Indian team will face either China or Korea in the final match on June 11th.
Indian Women’s Hockey Team to Tour Germany and Spain Ahead of Asian Games for Training and Tournaments
Indian Women’s Hockey Team to tour Germany and Spain before Asian Games for training and tournaments. The tour aims to prepare the team for the Asian Games and qualify for the Paris Olympics. The Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports is funding the international exposure tour. The Germany tour will take place from July 12th to July 19th, 2023.
French Open: Iga Swiatek Claims Women’s Singles Title, Djokovic Aims for Record 23rd Grand Slam
Iga Swiatek of Poland wins Women’s Singles crown at French Open by defeating Karolina Muchova 6-2, 5-7, 6-4. Novak Djokovic to face Casper Ruud in Men’s singles final, one win away from 23rd Grand Slam title.
World Test Championship Final: Australia Sets 444-Run Target for India, Jadeja Takes 3 Wickets
Australia declared their second innings at 270/8, setting a target of 444 runs for India in the World Test Championship final. India is currently 88/1 in their second innings, needing 356 runs with nine wickets remaining and one session and a full day to go. Ravindra Jadeja took three wickets for India.
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