Daily Current Affairs 23 June 2022
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Daily Current Affairs: 23 June 2022
The Centre’s Department of Pension & Pensioners’ Welfare (DoPPW) will collaborate with the State Bank of India (SBI) to create an integrated pension portal to enhance ease of living of pensioners.
The prestigious literary prize was awarded to Canadian-American author Ruth Ozeki for her novel “The Book of Form and Emptiness.” Now in its 27th year, the Women’s Prize for Fiction is given to a female English-language writer from anywhere in the world whose voice rings true.
The State government of Andhra Pradesh signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with education technology major BYJU’s to impart quality education to government school students.
World champion Max Verstappen won the Canadian Grand Prix. It was Verstappen’s first Canadian victory in his 150th career start, his sixth this year and the 26th of his career, hoisting him 46 points clear of his rivals in the championship.
Ruchira Kamboj, currently Indian ambassador to Bhutan, has been appointed as the next Permanent Representative of India to the United Nations at New York. She will succeed T S Tirumurti, and is expected to take up the assignment shortly.
Indian women’s Wrestling team has won five medals to claim Under-17 Asian Championship title with a total of eight gold at Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan.
A bird or any airborne animal (bats) striking a plane refers to bird hit. A bird hit can be dangerous as it can damage the plane’s turbine and can cause fire if the bird gets stuck in the engine.