Current Affairs 21 June 2019

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#1.Bronze for India in the 58th Ostrava Golden Spike Athletics meet

Annu Rani won the women’s javelin bronze in the 58th Ostrava Golden Spike athletics meet, Croatia’s Sara Kolak took the gold and Slovenia’s Martina Ratej bagged the silver. About Annu Rani She is a Javelin thrower from Uttar Pradesh. She is supported by Olympic Gold Quest. A not-for-profit foundation that identifies and supports Indian athletes She finished eighth a best of 56.37 meters in the final.

#2.Council may consider GST cut on EVs

According to officials in the Finance Ministry.GST Council meeting where rate reductions for electric vehicles (EVs) and the extension of the term of the National Anti-Profiteering Authority till November 2020, Tax experts the Council’s real focus on addressing concerns regarding the new return filing system.

#3.SEBI sets up panel to review margins on derivatives

Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) decided to review the current framework of margins. The capital markets regulator set up a working group It is headed by NSE Clearing Ltd. Their aim to look into the issue and submit its recommendations to the Secondary Market Advisory Committee. The significance as lower cost of trading preferred to trade in Nifty contracts on SGX at Singapore.

#4.Pompeo to pave way for Modi-Trump meet

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s a boost between the political leadership of India and the U.S. A . Mr. Pompeo deliver a major public lecture, addressing the next generation of Indian youth. He discusses tricky issues like H1B visas for IT workers and Indian plans for data localization. The Secretary of State and External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar primarily focus on preparations for the Trump-Modi meeting.

#5.Fresh bill to ban Triple Talaq to be introduced in Lok Sabha

A fresh bill to ban the practice of instant triple talaq introduced in the Lok Sabha. The Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Bill, 2019 is been listed in the Lok Sabha’s agenda replace an ordinance This is issued in February by the previous BJP-led NDA government. The 16th Lok Sabha the previous bill had lapsed pending in the Rajya Sabha.

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