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Today’s Daily Current Affairs in Hindi & English |3rd June 2023

Get the latest daily current affairs in Hindi and English for 3rd June 2023. Stay informed and stay ahead with our PDF compilation.

Welcome to our daily current affairs update for 3rd June 2023. In this article, we will provide you with a summary of the most important news and events happening around the world.

Today’s Daily Current Affairs in Hindi & English PDF |3rd June 2023


Train Derailment Near Bahanaga Bazaar: Rescue and Relief Efforts Underway

Coromandel Express and Sir M. Visvesvaraya Terminal-Howrah Express derailed near Bahanaga Bazaar in Kharagpur Division. Railway officials are coordinating rescue and relief efforts. Helpline numbers have been provided for information.

National Conclave on Sportech: Boosting India’s Sport Textiles Industry

The Ministry of Textiles conducted the ‘National Conclave on Sportech: The Future of Sport Textiles and Accessories Industry in India’ to promote the growth of sports textiles in the country. Various schemes and initiatives such as Khelo India and Fit India Movement support the penetration of sports textiles. The government aims to increase the scale and integration of textiles through flagship interventions like the National Technical Textiles Mission. The conclave emphasized the need for synergy among stakeholders in the sportech sector and highlighted the potential for growth in the Indian sportech market.

Government Imposes Stock Limits on Tur and Urad Dal to Curb Hoarding and Control Prices

The Indian government has imposed stock limits on tur and urad dal, applicable to various entities, to prevent hoarding and speculation. The limits will be in effect until October 31st, aiming to improve affordability for consumers. The government has been actively monitoring stock positions and taking steps to control prices of essential commodities.

DMRC Launches “Bhoomi” Tunnel Boring Machine for Janakpuri West to RK Ashram Metro Corridor

DMRC has launched a Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM) named “Bhoomi” at Derawal Nagar metro station for the Janakpuri West to RK Ashram metro corridor. The tunnel will be approximately 3 km long, with varying depths underground. The TBM is equipped with the BEAM system, which predicts geological strata ahead of the machine’s cutter head face. The tunnel will pass through residential and commercial areas. Currently, four TBMs are operational in different priority corridors for Phase IV of DMRC’s construction.

G20 Employment Working Group Meeting Concludes with Broad Agreement

The G20 3rd Employment Working Group (EWG) meeting successfully concluded in Geneva, with all members reaching a broad agreement on draft Ministerial Communique and Outcome documents related to priority areas. The meeting discussed progress on Antalya and Brisbane Targets, highlighting the need for accelerated efforts. Key outcomes include the development of an international reference classification of occupations and the extension of the Skills for Jobs Database to G20 countries. Commitments were made to provide social protection for gig and platform workers and ensure sustainable financing. The fourth and final meeting is scheduled for July 2023 in India.

NCW & EDII Launch 100 Entrepreneurship Awareness Programs for Women Entrepreneurs Across India

The National Commission for Women (NCW) and the Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India (EDII) have launched 100 Entrepreneurship Awareness Programs (EAPs) across India to empower potential women entrepreneurs. The launch took place in Ujjain with the presence of notable dignitaries. The programs aim to provide women with the necessary skills, knowledge, and motivation to start their own businesses by overcoming social and economic barriers. The sessions included discussions on entrepreneurship fundamentals, identifying opportunities, overcoming challenges, and government schemes for women entrepreneurs.


India to Remain UAE’s Largest Export Destination by 2030: Standard Chartered Report

India is predicted to remain the largest export destination for the UAE by 2030, according to a report by Standard Chartered. The UAE’s exports are expected to reach $543 billion by 2030, with an annual growth rate of 5.5%. The report emphasizes the growth potential in trade corridors in Asia, Africa, and the Middle East, which are projected to outpace global trade growth. Factors contributing to the UAE’s export growth include its strategic location, well-developed infrastructure, and business-friendly environment. The UAE is also diversifying its economy away from oil, investing in sectors like manufacturing and tourism. The findings suggest positive prospects for India and highlight the importance of trade between the two countries.

UAE’s Dr. Abdulla Al Mandous Elected President of World Meteorological Organization

Dr. Abdulla Al Mandous, Director-General of the National Centre of Meteorology (NCM) in the UAE, has been elected as the President of the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) for a four-year term. This is the first time a GCC and Arab meteorologist from Asia has held this position. Dr. Al Mandous, with over 30 years of experience, will lead WMO’s work on weather, climate, and related fields, representing the organization internationally and fostering cooperation with other UN agencies. His priorities include ensuring global Early Warning Systems within five years. His election recognizes the UAE’s leadership and commitment to international collaboration in meteorology and climate science.

Indian Navy and RSNF Strengthen Bilateral Ties through Joint Naval Exercise and Cadet Training

Indian Navy and Royal Saudi Naval Force (RSNF) strengthen bilateral ties through joint naval exercises and cadet training. The Chief of Naval Staff (CNS) interacted with RSNF cadets undergoing training in Kochi, India. The cadets received simulator training and completed 10 days of sea training, focusing on navigation and seamanship. The CNS highlighted the strong bond between the two navies, emphasizing their shared views on maritime security. Additionally, a joint naval exercise called Al-Mohed Al-Hind was conducted in the Arabian Sea, involving ships, aircraft, and personnel from both navies.


Empowering Startups: Launch of Handholding Support for National Startup Awards 2022 Winners and Finalists

Handholding support has been launched to assist startups with investor pitching, government connections, corporate engagements, brand showcase, and international market access. The support was initiated for the winners and finalists of the National Startup Awards 2022, aiming to provide learning and networking opportunities and help them overcome challenges. The support will include virtual and physical sessions, showcases, and specialized assistance. The initiative is part of the Startup India program and has recognized numerous startups for their excellence in various sectors.

Wheat Procurement Surpasses Last Year’s Total, Benefiting Farmers: Agriculture Sector’s Strong Performance

Wheat procurement for the current season has exceeded last year’s total by 74 LMT, benefiting 21.27 lakh farmers. The agriculture sector’s strong performance has contributed to this success. Punjab, Madhya Pradesh, and Haryana have made significant contributions to the procurement. Relaxations in quality specifications, the establishment of procurement centers at the village level, and engagement of FPOs have played a role. Rice procurement is also going well. The country has a comfortable stock of 579 LMT of wheat and rice combined. The third advance estimates project a foodgrain production of 3305.34 lakh tonnes for the current agricultural year.

GST Collection in May 2023 Surges by 12% to Rs 1.57 Lakh Crore: Path-breaking Economic Reform for New India

GST collection in May 2023 increased by 12% to reach Rs 1.57 lakh crore. The revenue from import of goods and domestic transactions, including import of services, also showed significant growth compared to the same period last year. The implementation of GST has simplified compliance and created a unified tax system across the country, fulfilling the goal of One Nation, One Tax.

MeitY Transfers Cost-Effective Li-ion Battery Recycling Technology to 9 Industries and Start-ups

MeitY has transferred cost-effective Li-ion battery recycling technology to nine recycling industries and start-ups as part of the Mission LiFE under the “Promote circularity campaign.” The technology can process various types of discarded Li-ion batteries and recover more than 95% of their contents. These secondary raw materials can be used in battery manufacturing or other applications. The technology was developed by MeitY’s Centre of Excellence on E-waste management in collaboration with the Government of Telangana and industry partner Greenko Energies Pvt. Ltd. The effort has been praised by NITI Aayog and MeitY Secretary for its contribution to the circular economy and the development of low-cost technology.

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Indian Junior Men’s Hockey Team Clinches Fourth Gold at Men’s Junior Asia Cup 2023

Indian Junior Men’s Hockey Team wins the Men’s Junior Asia Cup 2023, securing their fourth consecutive gold. They defeated Pakistan in a close match, with goals from Angad Bir Singh and Araijeet Singh Hundal. The team had an unbeaten run in the tournament and will now participate in the FIH Men’s Junior World Cup in Malaysia. Hockey India rewards the players and support staff with cash prizes.

Indian Shuttler Lakshya Sen Advances to Semifinals of Thailand Open 2023

In an impressive display of skill and determination, Indian shuttler Lakshya Sen secured a spot in the semifinals of the Thailand Open 2023. The Men’s quarterfinal match witnessed Sen’s victory over Malaysia’s Jun Hao Leong with a scoreline of 21-19 and 21-11. This remarkable achievement places Sen one step closer to clinching the prestigious badminton title. However, Indian shuttler Kiran George faced disappointment in another quarterfinal encounter, as he succumbed to defeat against French player Toma Popov, who outplayed him with a score of 16-21 and 17-21. The Thailand Open has undoubtedly been a platform for exhilarating battles on the badminton court, captivating fans from around the world.

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