Current Affairs - 2019 - Current Affairs today 27the June 2019

Current Affairs - 2019 - Current Affairs today 27the June 2019

Daily current affairs

1. On 27th June is celebrated as the Micro, small, mini & medium size enterprise.
From 2017, Micro-, small and Medium-sized businesses commemorate their day in recognition of their work in local and global economies. These enterprises, which generally make the place of employment fewer than 250 persons, are the backbone of most economies worldwide and play a key role in developing countries.
According to the data provided by the International Council for Small Business (ICSB),  Micro-, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (MSMEs) complement over 90% of all firms and account on average 60-70% of grand total employment and 50% of Gross domestic product;
The General Assembly, understanding  on the importance of these enterprises, decided to declare 27 June the Micro-, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises Day to make  public alert of their contribution to sustainable development throughout the world
The General Assembly calls on  all Member States, organizations of the United Nations system and other international and regional organizations, as well as civil society, related to governmental organizations, academia, individuals and other not irrelevant stakeholders, to celebrate  the Day with  an appropriate manner and in accordance with national priorities, and to raise public awareness of their contribution to sustainable development;
It also calls the Member States to make  facilitation on the observance of the Day by nurturing  research presentations, policy discussions, practitioner workshops and business owner testimonials from around the world
2. Narinder Batra became a member of the International Olympic committee.
Indian Olympic Association president Narinder Batra was appointed as a member of the International Olympic Committee. Batra has opted to the prestigious portfolio during the IOC Session here. He got  58 votes out of 62 while four voted went against him. His election is connected to his function in a National Olympic Committee – that is president of IOA. Batra now has a unique example of becoming a member of the IOC, while heading a National Olympic Committee as well as an international federation. He is the first Indian to be this distinction. He has become the first Indian to head an international federation of an Olympic sport – that of FIH.
3. Amit Agarwal became the chairman of The internet & mobile association of India.
Amit Agarwal, Amazon India Senior Vice-President, and Country Head have been appointed as the new Chairman of Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI). He replaces Rajan Anandan, who was the Ex. Google India Managing Director (MD).
Internet & Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) is a non-profitable industry body annexed under the Societies Act, 1896. It stipulates is to expand and extends the online and mobile value-added services sectors. IAMAI also solve out the problems and requirements of the businesses to the consumers, shareholders, investors and the government of India. The main objective of the Internet and Mobile Association of India is to enrich and enhance the value-added services regarding mobiles and several online services.
4. Bijaya Nirmal has passed away who was the actress as well as director of Tamilnadu.
5.Mr.Narendra Modi, prime minister of India, he arrived Osaka of Japan to attend G-20 summit.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi was cordially welcomed by members of the Indian community in Japan on Thursday as soon as he reached here for the G20 Summit."Reached Osaka to join the #G20 Summit. Grateful to the dynamic This will be Prime Minister Modi's sixth G20 Summit which is being conducted at Osaka on June 28-29.
He will face crucial plurilateral meetings and meet with many popular world leaders, such as  US President Donald Trump, Mr. Narendra Modi, Indian Prime Minister, British Prime minister TheresaMay, Chinese President Xi Jinping, Russian President Vladimir Putin"PM @narendramodi greeted by an excited and proud young generation of the Indian community on his arrival to Japan.
6. Bujrang Punia became the brand ambassador of T.T Garment.

7. Arvind Kumar became the head of the Intelligence Bureau.
 The Appointments Committee of the Cabinet on June 26 appointed of Arvind Kumar as the new head of the Intelligence Bureau and Samant Kumar Goel as the chief of the Research & Analysis Wing (RAW). 
 Mr. Kumar will replace Rajiv Jain, who retires on June 30. Mr. Goel will take over from A.K.  Dhasmana, who terminates his tenure on June 29. Mr. Jain and Mr. Dhasmana 
 Mr. Kumar is presently a Special Director in the IB and his job related supervising the administrative and personal desks.
 Before this, he headed the ‘X’ branch, the political wing in the IB. He has been servicing with the IB since 1991.
 Mr. Kumar had accompanied Union Home Minister Amit Shah in Srinagar when his appointment was declared. Mr. Kumar, who was due to retire on September 30, has now been appointed for a two-year term. He is a recipient of the President’s Police Medal for Distinguished Service.
 Mr. Goel, who belongs to the Punjab cadre, is at present a RAW Special Secretary.
 He is said to have been connected in the planning of the Balakot air strike and played an important role in checking militancy in Punjab. 
 Mr. Goel, a recipient of the Police Medals for Gallantry and Meritorious Service, joined the RAW in 2001.
8. Lewis Hamilton won the French Grand Pix 2019.
9. Sidney, a city of Australia has proclaimed climate emergency.
10. Nirmala Sitaraman, finance minister of Inda rank among the 100 most influential women's India &  UK power.

11. Telenga held the International Seed Testing Association  (ISTA).

12. Samnath Goel has been appointed by the  (ACC) appointment committee of India as the chief of RAW ( Research & analysis wings)

13.CICMT ( Inland & Coastal  Maritime Technology )has been inked between IIT Kharagpur & Ministry of shipping.