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8th International Yoga Day

  • 8th International Yoga Day is celebrated. This year's Yoga Day is centered around the concept of 'Yoga for humanity'. Union ministers attend yoga programs at 75 key locations across the country ahead of India's 75th Independence Day.
  • Prime Minister Modi participates in a yoga program in Mysore. The event, which will be held at the Mysore Palace premises, was attended by Prime Minister Modi, Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Pompeii and 15,000 members of the public.
Asian Wrestling - Indian wins 4 gold medals
  • Indian wrestlers have won four gold and one bronze medal at the Asian Under-17 Wrestling Championships in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. Mushkan (40kg), Surudi (46kg), Reena (52kg) and Savita (61kg) won gold while Mansi Pathana (69kg) won bronze.
  • Ronit Sharma (48 kg) won gold in the Greco-Roman category. Pradeep Singh and Mohit Kokar (80kg) won silver and bronze in the 110kg weight category. The remaining competitions will be held on Tuesday in the five weight categories of women's wrestling and the three weight categories in the freestyle category. The tournament ends on June 26th.
Prime Minister Modi has launched projects worth Rs 27,000 crore in Bangalore
  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Bangalore on a two-day visit. There he initiated infrastructure projects worth Rs 27,000 crore for the Yeshwantpur Railway Station, the Bangalore Cantonment Railway Station and the suburban rail project.
  • Apart from that he opened a brain research center in Bangalore. He later inspected 5 National Highway projects being implemented in Karnataka, 7 railway projects and works related to the recently opened refrigerated Visvesvaraya Railway Station.
  • The following evening Dr.. P.R. He inaugurated the new campus of the Ambedkar School of Economics and the statue of Ambedkar.
21st Amendment - Approved by the Cabinet of Sri Lanka
  • In Sri Lanka, the 19th Amendment to the Constitution was repealed and the 20th Amendment was introduced. The amendment gives Adiba Gotabhaya Rajapaksa unlimited power. In this context, the 21st Amendment seeks to repeal the 20A Amendment, reduce the powers vested in the Chancellor and give additional powers to Parliament.
  • The Cabinet of Ministers of Sri Lanka has approved the 21st Amendment. Wijetasa Rajapaksa, Minister of Constitutional Affairs of Sri Lanka has stated that the Cabinet has also approved the 21A Amendment.
  • According to Amendment 21A, the President of Sri Lanka and the Ministries of that country are obliged to answer to Parliament. In addition, 15 committees and oversight committees will be binding on Parliament.
  • The amendment also prohibits citizens of both countries from competing in Sri Lankan constituencies.
Apollo Bangladesh Imperial Hospital Memorandum of Understanding
  • Apollo Medical Group is to jointly operate the Imperial Hospital, one of the leading hospitals in Bangladesh. A Memorandum of Understanding was reached between the two sides.
  • The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed by Dr. Pratap C. Reddy, Chairman, Apollo Hospitals Group and Rabiul Hussain, Chairman, Imperial Hospital, Chennai.
Left-wing rule in Colombia for the first time
  • The presidential coup took place in the South American country of Colombia last month amid popular protests against the government over the economic crisis.
  • In it, the left-wing party, Gustavo Pedro, was contested by real estate tycoon Rodolpo Hernandez. In the polls, Gustavo won with 50.48 percent of the vote. Hernandez lost by 47.26 percent of the vote.
  • This is the first time that a left-wing government has been elected in Colombia, with Gustavo being elected the new president. Gustavo was also a member of the country's former cultist group. For this he was imprisoned and then granted a general pardon.

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