30 June 2020 Current Affairs

1Culture Ministry celebrating “Sankalp Parva” to plant trees from 28th June to 12 July 2020
21st Agreement for the 600 MW Kholongchhu Indo-Bhutan joint venture hydroelectric project Signed
3Centre Sanctions Additional Rs 1,691 crore For Road Construction in J&K, Uttarakhand
4Uttarakhand Develops India’s First Lichen Park to Conserve Jurassic Era Plant in Munsiyar
5Union HRD Minister Shri Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ virtually participated in G20 Extraordinary Virtual Education Ministers’ Meeting
6FATF’s first global report on illegal wildlife trade released; more zoonotic diseases in the future
7India named in Switzerland’s top-3 partners for info exchange on tax matters: OECD’s Global Forum study
8NASA Renames Washington HQ after Mary Jackson, first black Engineer at NASA
936th ASEAN Summit chaired by Vietnam held via video conference; 1st session on Women Empowerment in the Digital Age held
10World Bank Approves $500 mn Under ‘STARS’ Project to Improve Education Quality in 6 Indian States
11World Bank Enhances the financial Support for Ganga rejuvenation with $400 million through SNGRBP
12Reserve Bank Extends Enhanced Borrowing Limit to Banks Under MSF Till Sept 30, 2020
1324-time Grammy winner Popstar Beyonce to receive Humanitarian Award at the virtual 20th edition of BET Awards 2020
14Micheál Martin Elected as the New Prime Minister of Ireland; Succeeds Leo Varadkar
15Lazarus Chakwera Sworn in as Malawi’s New President
16Anandiben Patel, Governor of UP is given additional charges as Governor of  Madhya Pradesh
17Aleksandar Vucic, President of Serbia Declares the Victory of the Ruling Party in the Parliament Election
18Veteran Kannada Novelist Geetha Nagabhushan passes away at 78
19National Statistics Day 2020 – June 29
20International Day of the Tropics – June 29
21Gujarat Govt’s Online Aid ”At One Click” Initiative of Rs 1,369 Crore for MSMEs, Textile Industry
22V P Singh Badnore & Dharmendra Pradhan inaugurates Battery Swapping Facility Quick Interchange Service virtually
23Former Germany striker Mario Gómez retired from soccer

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