TNEA: 1304 COUNSELING CODE
THIS DAY, THAT YEAR-23RDJUNE:1894:The IOC [International Olympic Committee] is founded. IOC is responsible for organizing the Olympic Games and similar events. The committee was established at the initiative of French educator, Pierre de Coubertin.
THIS DAY, THAT YEAR-23RDJUNE: 2016: UK votes to leave the European Union. Just over half of the electorate voted for “Brexit”, Britain’s exit from the EU. The UK had been part of the union since 1973.
23RDJUNE-“International Widow’s “ day is observed to take a look at some of the issues affecting widows around the world and what must be done to safeguard and advance their rights.
23RDJUNE-“National Hydration” day is observed to serve as a reminder as to how important it is to drink water and keep hydrated.
23RDJUNE-“United Nations Public Service’ dayis an opportunity for the world to come together to transform the world by eliminating hunger and reach social and economic equality, and to take actions for sustainable development by concrete efforts from public institutions.
23RDJUNE-“National Type Writer” dayis observed to celebrate the humble device and a time to promote, and to share the use of typing machines, a mechanical device that allows users to type directly on a sheet of paper.
23RD JUNE-“International Olympic”day is observed to celebrate sports and health and a day which is aimed at promoting sports and spread the message of making sports an integral part of life.
New Delhi: Defence Ministry signs a contract with GSL [Goa Shipyard Ltd] for the construction of two PCV [pollution control vessels] for the ICG [Indian Coast Guard], to boost Indian ship building capabilities. The “special ships” will be indigenously designed, developed and built by GSL. The acquisition will significantly augment the capability of ICG to respond to incidents of oil spills at the sea and also boost the force’s pollution response mechanism.
New Delhi: To boost maritime security information relating to the Indian Ocean and to signal the growing importance of India’s maritime prowess, UK posts a liaison officer at the Indian Navy’s IFC [Information Fusion Centre]. Indian Navy established the IFC-IOR [Information Fusion Centre – Indian Ocean Region] to track the shipping traffic as well as other developments under a collaborative framework with AUS and USA. The positioning of the British officer at the centre comes ahead of a planned visit to India by the UK’s Carrier Strike Group, led by aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth.
Washington: US President Joe Biden’s meeting with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani to discuss ways to ensure Afghanistan never again becomes a safe haven for terrorist groups. Their conversation will be about how they can work together to continue to implement assistance, as the US works to pull out from Afghanistan. This meeting will be the first face-to-face interaction ahead of the withdrawal of the US and NATO forces from Afghanistan.
Islamabad: Pak PM Imran Khan rules out hosting American bases in Pakistan for military action inside war-torn Afghanistan, fearing it might lead to his country being “targeted in revenge attacks” by terrorists. Earlier, US had used the “Shamsi Air Base” in Baluchistan to carry out drone strikes which focused primarily on suspected Al Qaeda operatives in mountainous tribal areas, but also crossed the border into Afghanistan.
Seoul: Kim Yo Jong, sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un bluntly dismisses the prospects of resumption of diplomacy with the US, as it would “plunge them into a greater disappointment.” Hope for a restart of nuclear talks with US flared briefly after Kim Jong Un said that his country “must be ready for both dialogue and confrontation”. Experts believe that US is set to continue the diplomatic impasse over North Korea’s nuclear program.
Beijing: UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet’’s call for a “meaningful access” to verify the “serious” reports of human rights violations in the restive region of Xinjiang, politely declined by China. China welcome’s UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet for a “friendly visit” but not to pursue a probe with “presumption of guilt”.
ENTERTAINMENT NEWS: Mumbai: The music video of rapper Badshah and singer Aastha Gill’s latest track “PaaniPaani”, featuring Bollywood star Jacqueline Fernandez, crosses 100-million views on YouTube.The video was shot in Jaisalmer and has been in the trending list on YouTube ever since release. The peppy track was written and composed by Badshah.
SPORTS – Cricket:WTC FINALS: IND Vs NZ: Day 5: IND 217and 64/2:NZ 249. IND lead by 32 runs.
SPORTS – Football: EURO 2020:Croatia BT Scotland 3-1: England BT Czech Republic 1-0
SPORTS – Tokyo Olympics: Midfielder Manpreet Singh was named captain of the Indian men’s hockey team for Olympics. Defenders Birendra Lakra and Harmanpreet Singh announced as the vice-captains of the team.
SPORTS – Tokyo Olympics: Dedicated Health / Vaccine Centres for Tokyo bound athletes. India likely to send 190-odd members to the Tokyo Olympics.
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